there were many games for everyone. musical chairs & pop-the-baloon for kids, twin-tower construction for teenagers, anyam ketupat for parents & even indoor golf for fathers!
I won 2nd place with my cousin, Syifa, for the twin-tower construction using 10 pieces of paper, 2 blades and sticky-tape. The judgement was by the highest & most stable twin-tower. Actually I was at the 3rd place. But Isa-the-inginiur's tallest twin-tower crashed... hehee... Farah my cousin doing pre-Medic in McB got the 1st place. Aihh... Malunye jadi engineer... huhu...
And here's the best game:
Everyone from the 3rd generation (i'm included) received a piece of paper, and on it was written the names of the atuk-nenek and pakcik-makcik and of 1st and 2nd generations.
Our task was to go to each of them and ask them to sign beside their name. Also, we have to identify his/her relation to us. The first three who send in complete 'forms' will win.
I tell you, that was not an easy task! Many of us had to admit that we barely knew our distant relatives. Kakak & I were excited at first, but after some time, we saw Musa's paper with more signatures, we gave up and helped him instead... Let him win ^__^. And yeah, he got the 1st place!
If that game was not invented, I'm sure I still wouldn't know many of my Mom's cousins... erm, and yes, I still can't remember most of them though...
I really enjoyed the day, SubhanAllah
Late update 'coz I didn't get to upload the pics until just recently.