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Monday, October 23, 2006

The Selamat Hari Raya Entry

hi.. just a brief entry..

wishing all my fellow Muslim friends, a Selamat Hari Raya Aldilfitri, MAaf Zahir Batin..
Please drive carefully.. Raya would be meaningless without those people we really love, and care.
As for me, Raya would be as always as it has been, except that this year, Raya would be merrier, with Naufal.. and himself. Now that i believe we're on the right track, almost..

It's Raya eve, today. We'll start our journey back kampung after Zohor, if God willing. Nothing to look forward to at kampung, really. . Except the suasana Raya.. Maybe next year we wont balik kampung anymore, now that my family is growing....

I'm sad that we're not able to berhari raya at our new 'teratak buruk'... but still.. I'm happy that himself will come by to berhari raya... ;)

Ok.. need to get things in order.. I'll be back on Second Raya.. Will blog about it.. and post many pictures!

Bye bye for now.. ;)

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

HAWAII.. The place to be...

I was wrong about the other day. It was clearly a blue sky that day, i swear!

I always dream of being anywhere else but here.and the only one place is, HAWAII. Why? I dont have a clue. Hawaii to me is the place where I just could lay around, couldnt care less about everything around me. My freedom. And that's what I needed now. desperately.

Hawaii is where I would call my paradise. I could see myself being a part of the Aloha Spirit, strolling down the beach, listening to Aloha Music.

I would have such beautiful house, by the beach, where I can watch sunrise and sunset, everyday. I would have beautiful Hawaiian to call friends,and the beach would be the witness to my everday life.And the waves would be my everyday music.

Watching Samantha Brown uncovering Hawaii made my passion for the island deepen.How I wish I could trade places with her, and see Hawaii with my own eyes, running my fingers and bury my feet in the crystal sand. Sunbathing? not applicable for Asians like me.
I could hear Hawaii calling my name. And I look forward to seeing her in person, instead of admiring her beauty on TV.

There are a lot of other places where I want to be. But the only place that i wish to make my second home would be Hawaii, and the place to call home, is here,in Malaysia, truly Asia.

( i was in a hurry today, that i forgot to put on my mascara. i felt sooo incomplete. i mean i had eyeliner and eyeshadow on, and mascara should top it off! hishhhhhh)

Friday, October 13, 2006

Just when you think it's gonna haze forever...

The skies are blue again!

Hello there my beautiful people. =)

It's 1.25pm , and according to the clock up on my office's wall it's only.. ahh wait.. it's been fixed! Good. I've been fooled by it a couple of times yesterday.

Work is getting better by the day.. Yeah i was struggling at first, cracking my head with codings that i can bearly remember, to figuring out what language to use, to interface designing. Thank God i have a bunch of helpful team that can really work with me.

And my programming skill is getting sooo much better. This is when i want to rewind everything, go back to college, redo my fyp (without having someone else to do it, and pay him, huh) , get the panels to drop their jaws when they see my system ( and say; "She did that all by herself? She must be kidding me!"), and get an awesome 4.00 for it. There you go!

(and so there i was..looking back and regretted that i didnt take lab sessions seriously, seriously )

The system i'm currently working on is almost at completion level. So bole relax a bit la. Haizar was quite surprised to learn the progress of my system development and he just had to say ; "Woa Norul! Relax... " . But you know what? i'm kinda liking my job now. So loving it. Azera, i know, you must be saying i'm crazy.

(and so here i am, chilling and browsing.. with no coffee to sip!)

I received an email from a Nicholas Khoo regarding a Tunku's Kitchen Contest. I thought it was a spam. I dont even remember entering any contest! But when i read thru it, i remembered clearly that day, when i was just trying my luck.. And so i won! .. hahaha.. I have to go to Menara Star to collect the cooking book (oh yeah it's a cooking book, and it's good for cooking practise.)

I was browsing through the internet when i saw today's headline about the Cory Lidle's Plane Crash. Another nightmare revisited. And the US was quick to think it was another terrorist attack. It is sad to learn that you die doing the things you love doing, or should you be proud of it? I dont know. What's more sad is that the things that you love doing cost you your life.

Another headline.

What do you get when you marry a pastry chef? The answer is : A Creampuff Wedding Gown. (edible)

It's cool to be able to make delicious pastries, especially creampuffs. But to make a dress out of it, it must have taken a huge amount of patience! it took this guy 2 months to complete it, with 1500 creampuffs and weighing 20 pounds. (wait, how heavy is 20 pound).
And the bride was embarassed at first. ( i thot so..) but hey, it's something not just anyone would do for you! it's the love of your life! Appreciate, please! . ( i would wear it though if the love of my life made it for me) .

and that got me thinking.. if you marry a carpenter, what would he make you? hehehhehhe...

*Whoops* There goes my tummy playing the musics j has in his playlist. hehehehe

WIFY's coming out of the workshop today. Poor thing, sakit gigi. I've been negleting her for a while. And havent been driving her around. Will do so next week. I'm going House-Hunting.
Oh yeah..and we're getting the latest addition to the family's cars tomorrow! Finally. Man i cant wait to cruise around in it. Tapi kereta tu mama mesti sayang :,(

Hari Raya is in another 2 weeks. Hope my Pagi Raya wont be as bad as it was last Year.

After all, you just wont believe what just happened. And this, my friend, is what i call, KARMA. Thank you very much.