My heart, my soul, my joy & my happiness!

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Ho ho holiday...

Yeah... I can't wait... Tomorrow evening, my family and I will start our jouney to Cameron Highlands, Pahang - a nice place to visit!

Twenty-four members of us, exclusively from 6 families (A.B's)...
(1) Mom + dad
(2) Abg Mir + Kak Om = Aiman, Amirah, Daniel
(3) Ngah + Abg Lan = Hafeez, Izzati
(4) Abg + Kak Ita = Zakwan, Zulaikha
(5) Kak Ija + Abg Faizal = Aishah, Amirul, Asyikin, Azri
(6) Ainul + Shaizwan = Adrianna

I am soooo extremely excited. So tired facing pc, workload, problems etc everyday... now it's time for us to spend time together... ALL OF US! Let's be there: 31st August to 2nd September 2007.

Thursday, August 23, 2007

More than words

Sometimes, it's hard to express our feelings by words. Action is an option. Perhaps, we could try another way which is through writing. Some fellows prefer to release it out through a journal. It depends. I have a journal to be written to whenever I have something to tell, neither to everyone nor anyone but to someone. Have you ever felt that u need ‘someone’ to talk to?

Magic. How a soulless journal could brings your days up? The journal has the ability to release, enlighten and coolant your bad and good feelings. That’s what a scriber did. I do it too.

The favourite song of mine ever! (besides Superwoman of course!)

Saying "I love you" is not the words I want to hear from you. It's not that I want you. Not to say, but if you only knew. How easy, it would be to show me how you feel.

More than words, is all you have to do to make it real. Then you wouldn't have to say that you love me, 'cause I'd already know.

What would you do if my heart was torn in two. More than words to show you feel. That your love for me is real. What would you say if I took those words away. Then you couldn't make things new. Just by saying "I love you".

More than words... Now that I've tried to talk to you and make you understand. All you have to do is close your eyes and just reach out your hands, and touch me. Hold me close, don't ever let me go.

More than words, is all I ever needed you to show. Then you wouldn't have to say that you love me, 'cause I'd already know.

What would you say if I took those words away. When you couldn't make things new. Just by saying "I love you". More than words...
- Extreme -

Monday, August 20, 2007

Happy Birthday Mak

Today, 20th of August is not just an ordinary monday. Today is my mom-in-law's birthday. The day she was born in the year of 1957. This year, we are going to celebrate our 50th anniversary of our Independence Day... and this year too which is today, my mom-in-law is celebrating her 50th birthday.

After worked as a policewoman for 32 years, it's time for Zobedah Zabidi to take rest, spend more time with her family; with her husband, with her children, with us and with her the one and only granddaughter, Adrianna. Today, she will retire. It's the day!

To mak: "Semoga mak dipanjangkan umur, dimurahkan rezeki, bahagia dengan abah, anak-anak, ahli keluarga yg lain, dan dengan kawan2 mak... Mohon dilimpahi keberkatan dan rahmat Allah selalu..."

This weekend, she'll be here in KL, to be with us! We love u mak.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Adrianna Sofea

Adrianna Sofea with her ayah.
She is going to 9-month old this 18th of August and is learning to crawl. Love to see when she lifting her body up, and loading her energy to move forward. Very genuine effort.
My friend's son who is same age as Adrianna is already learning to walk! Hmm... paediatrician said "Don't compare, different child develops differently. Few factors could affect it, such as weight, genetic, etc..."
It's ok. Many children walk at the age of one year plus. It's normal. As long as she is healty, happy & active, I would not worry much! Time will come. Saborrr, nanti jalan le dia... At the moment, her ayah can carry her here and there... because my arm is not as tough as his.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Fake pau story

Friends, do u still remember the cardboard-stuffed pau story at China? Once ago, I received an email revealing about the pau made from papers or cardboard which was soaked in chemicals, and then mixed with flavours, curry and meat eventually to make it tasty. Eeeee....

...and here it is. The latest news, the story is F.A.K.E.

A television journalist at Beijing TV, Zi Beijia has been jailed for one year and fined 1,000 yuan (130 dollars) after a court found him guilty for fabricating that fake of food scandal report. He embarrassed his own country. China had been denying this and found that Zi actually had instructed a group of migrant workers to make the phony pau while he filmed them.

However, a public speculation conversed that Zi is innocent and the report was actullay genuine.

Well, what could we do as a consumer. If we confident that it is true, don't eat it. Otherwise, just enjoy its taste... but 'kalau tak ada angin, masakan pokok bergoyang' (no wind, no waving tree).

Friday, August 10, 2007

Grad @ 94 years old

This is a story about a ninty four-year-old Phyllis Turner who received her Masters degree from Chancellor John von Doussa at her graduation ceremony at the University of Adelaide on August 2, 2007. Turner, a great-great-grandmother with a "lively mind" who quit school at 12 is said to be the world's oldest person to earn a university masters degree.

I personally impressed with the determination of this old lady. I feel ashamed of myself for not being as ambitious as she is. Even though I do have that intention, but it seems like the dream is still flying around, searching for it's ultimate destination... Wish to hold masters too someday!

Friday, August 3, 2007

Chocoholic squirrel

Surprise! Everyday, a squirrel will 'take' chocolates from a shop.

HELSINKI (Reuters) - A Finnish squirrel with a sweet tooth heads to a Finnish grocery shop at least twice a day to steal "Kinder Surprise" chocolate-shelled eggs.

"I named it the Kinder-squirrel, after the treats. It always goes after them, other sweets do not seem to interest it as much," the manager of the store in Jyvaskyla, central Finland, told Reuters.

The confectionary, which is intended for children, has a toy inside. "It removes the foil carefully, eats the chocolate and leaves the store with the toy," Irene Lindroos said.