Thursday, August 23, 2007
my sister is moving out of her house
we are moving out tomorrow
moving in to my mother's new government house
tomorrow we are moving out
all my stuff are still out
tomorrow we have to pack everything
before people can bring them out
moving out of house is not easy
it will make you go greasy
i'll have friends that will help me
so i hope it will go breezy
i remember last time i moved out
few friends came and helped out
but it was a funny and memorable day
as all our peluh jantan and inner gases all came out
moving out is an experience
which you hope there is no recurrence
but no matter how you try to avoid
sooner or later it sure still happens
to my friend that is helping tomorrow
please do not sleep in sorrow
sleep tight and dont let the bed bug bite
cos tomorrow you will be our hero
hehehhehe.... you know who you are...
i almost open a spa last few months, but because the owner of the spa wont even negotiate on the price and i felt that something is not right somewhere (plus i didnt like the way her husband 'discuss' things with us).... i decided not to buy over her spa.
then, i went to find out on loans to start my spa from scratch - zero - nil. SME bank sent me to an entreprenuer course for 6 days at vry minimal fee of rm200. well, i learnt a lot about enterprenuership and i surely learnt that having 6 meals a day in a 6 day course can give u 'extra look'!
then, i met few friends - to gather info for my business proposal. before i could finish my proposal, i got a call from a friends saying that she wants to sell her spa. at good price. with good prospects and potentials. is this what people call FATE?
i will buy that spa and i will (finally) going to run my spa business. and this initial spa of mine will eventually have its chains of branches everywhere i cant even imagine.
perrghhh.... there may be those who dont believe it will work but I DO! and IT WILL!
God, please be with me all the way... and bless my business with profits and profits (heheheh... ) and benefits i can shower on others. amin....
Monday, August 20, 2007
i have many friends, but i noticed in my 'big' troubled times, these are the ones that God sent to me...
funny how life works
but guys, if you are reading this - thank you! for being there.
for putting up with my 'outstanding' behaviour... hehehhehe
yus is there whenever i got work issues... prinsip hidup
liza is there whenever i need good spontanous excitement in life
raja is there whenever i got issues understanding feelings
gaza is there almost all the times - esp with regards to computer hehehe
thank you again.
but most of the times, they are always there
Am I a guardian angel to anybody??
How would I know - but I hope I am...
(Note: in view to 50 years Merdeka celebration, 2 pictures were taken ages ago. so please do not adjust your screen - there is nothing wrong with your computer. they 'did' look like that once upon a time!)
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
our WEDDING 010303. at that time there wedding photography was not so famous and recognised (so, excuse the pose)...
in London. done the london eye with my hubby. went on the something like bungee jumping (without my hubby)... it was crazeeee!! such adrenalin rush!
also love water sports. i did waterski (i think that was what it's called), jetski, snorkling (tioman, redang, phuket, karambunai, etc).
also love absailing and those sort but hate hiking or mount climbing.
PLACES i've BEEN: penang, JB, Singapore, Terengganu, Perlis, N9(ofcourse), Perak, Pahang, Phuket, Karambunai Sabah, Bali, London UK, Bandung (i cant remember all).
there are pictures i've taken with the local artistes, shawn, amy mastura... not many... but sometimes it is fun just to take pictures with a celeb eventho u are not really into them :-)
there are many other things i wanna do
places i wanna go
I aM 30 tOdaY!
what was i 30 years ago? come, i'll take you thru the journey with me...
this was me - 29 years ago.
my 2 sisters and i (can recognise me?)... we were in shangri-la penang. i was still in secondary school. that was the hairstyle that i could afford - my hair was thick and kasar... hehhehe
being a child was great...
- i was born in 1977 in kota bharu kelantan (my parents were still studying in UK but they came back to deliver me in traditional way - darn! otherwise my place of birth would be Manchester UK hehehhe)
- was brought up by my grandparents in kelantan... always got tortured by my youngest uncle - i called him fat and he would chase me to give me a good kick in the butt...
- being the only grandchild at that time, i got LOTS of presents from my uncles and aunties...hahahhah
- i used to slap my sister in her face when she was sleeping and her legs were on my side of the bed. pretended to sleep when she woke up HAHHAHAH - sorry Liz.
- pushed my sister (Liz again!) into our pretend jail cell and she cried...also i pretended nothing happen
- bit my uncle the my dad on their hands when they ask me to share my toy gun (goshhh... and i didnt have mny teeth - so not so bad, ticklish maybe)
- kicked my youngest brother when my parents were not looking (hey, he kicked me first) that made him scared at me... sorry youl!
- always got myself in injury - scratched my face (fell down while playing police and thief), sprained my ankle whilst running in the rain,sprained my other ankle cos Liz fell on it while i chased her (she was a bit more than normal weight at that time!)
- sabotaged my great grandmother's drink by mixing it with Maggi powder - she's no longer alive, hope she forgave me
HAHHAHA.... those were the days... cant tell everything but i can guess you can imagine how my childhood was like...
Monday, August 13, 2007
from my understanding...
Men were created to lead. and women are to support them right by their 'side'...
Men are also to protect their women as they protect their ownself, hurting them is as good as hurting their own 'ribs'.
And both need each other...
Why? Why were we created different?
I remember there was one fight I had with my husband... he couldnt understand why i need to rely on him on certain things...
God gave a sense of dependency to a woman so she will always see her husband as someone she can trust, someone she can depend on, someone she feels safe with, a shoulder she can cry on... and many more
If a woman doesnt have all those feelings... imagine how a marriage would be?
A husband is independent... the wife is also independent... nobody needs anybody...
what's the point? (but dont be too dependent or clingy - it's annoying)
God created all these so that we can feel and appreciate how beautiful life is..
It is beautiful...to have somebody by your side. somebody who needs you, and you need them.
makes your life more meaningful once all these equations are fulfilled.
so, i will take our differences as our blessings. true, some differences are total wreck - but some couple's differences are meant to complete each other.
Sunday, August 12, 2007
what did we get? well, it was my first time to watch football live in the stadium - it was a great feeling: you can shout, you can scream, you do mexican wave, you can swear (not so adviseable), you can jump from your seat when you thought the team is about to score but they didnt... , you can flag your hands way up your head... and many more.
what about the game?
it was quite frustrating during the first half (in case you didnt know... we lost 2-0), both goals were scored during the first half. our team was playing on defensive mode with only one striker trying to even get the ball to the other side. supporters were quite restless (anyone could especially if you spend ages trying to park your car!)
but things changed during the second half (guess coach give them hell of a time). malaysia played more aggressive and more attacks and tackles were made. supporters bacame alive again - atleast we got something to cheer about, something to be excited about! eventhough no goal was scored, but we felt good cos of the fight we saw in them.
and they were MUCH MUCH better than our senior Malaysian team! and people were shouting, 'Dik, jangan jadi macam abang!" (indicating... don't be like your seniors who were kind enough to let the opponent to kick as many goals pass the goal keeper with very insignificant fight shown)
why malaysian do not watch football in stadium as much as those in europe?
firstly, our stadiums are not located in areas which are easily reached with lrt or commuter (etc)
secondly, fucking damn hard to get your car park
thirdly, some supporters are not sporting enough (we cannot throw water bottles or anything into the field - what are we? barbaric?)
well, i like my first experience and surely will go for more if time permits...