Friday, July 31, 2009

Drool baby, drool....!

We just realize that Baby Hazim has started teething, itu pun after being told by the padetrician during the recent visit for his jab.. (and that explains all the drooling)...BUT wait,...

he is not the only one drooling in the house..

I thought I would never be bitten by the DSLR bug (bump into a lady with Canon EOS 450d tadi~pengaruh negatif nih!)or even a LV bagaholic (tu la, dulu dok kutuk2, la ni craving for one!)

Arrghh..waduh, bisa gilak ni! total bummer...

Note :
~Isn't the world would be nicer, the sun will shine brighter, if someone out there (hint!hint!) can come up with an installment plan for me?
~Is somebody's pocket going to be damaged/ripped off badly? Tungguuuuuu......!

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Killing time

One peaceful morning, cruising thru AKLEH on the way to work , other half begin the conversation by saying;

Man :You can only have one.. so which one is it?
Woman :huh? What exactly are you referring to?
Man :isk, berlakon pulak…, DSLR ke LV?
Woman :isk, I main-main saja la…
(*berbunga-bunga dalam hati*-he was reading my blog, thanks to iPhone!)
Man :Offer for limited period saja nih, make up your mind..
Woman :Dua-dua tak buleh?
Man :K. H. E* (kepala hotak engkau)

This is very tempting nih! I cant make up my mind, (…both are pricey!! )
Meantime…..
My office babies (servers) are behaving so well (alhamdulillah)
All systems/applications under my custodian are under control (I like!)
UAT date shifted,
No big projects assigned (yet)
No papers or proposal to be written (bahagia nye!!)
No mat salleh chasing for datelines..
No vendors chasing for payments
No long hours meeting (paling best!)

So, I took the opportunity to do some research (plus online window shopping?- thanks to Eija, Mrs Zay- ooh, I’m so addicted!)
This is also especially when I have 2 notebooks in the office (boss, you give me 3 pun my output & speed at end of the day will have no difference)Note:that this also gives me room to blog, loads of them! Dunno what to do to kill time, it has been 2 weeks already!

I would like to thank my other half for the offer, but I have to turn it down and

Proposition to hubby :
1. To put some of the money into the kiddies savings
2. To top up some of the money for our annual vacation (tahap yang termampu)
3. Come & help me reduce my debt (hutang2ku)

In addition, ini nafsu saje kan..kamera ixus yg banyak berjasa tu pun ada lagi(tapi with the SLR bule capture precious moment with little gems much more better, macam geng2 & cousin2 kita yg lain-ayat racun sendiri)


Quote : "E-P1 : For people looking for a great point-and-shoot and not ready for a full fledge DSLR –the Olympus EP-1 should be your camera of choice"

Note : Gambar yang tersiar hanya sebagai hiasan (white E-P1 with strap-diracun oleh iffil) tiada kena mengena dengan penulis artikel ini.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Anugerah & Sakit; Kurniaan Tuhan

Sempena PPMSI, Artikel ini ditulis dalam bahasa Malaysia. Saya sangat menghormati Bahasa Malaysia (dan Bahasa Inggeris saya penuh kecacatan) tapi sedikit kecewa apabila PPMSI akan dimansuhkan.

Alhamdulillah, hanya itu kalam Allah yang saya mampu ucapkan setiap kali menyambut kelahiran anak-anak saya.
SubhanaAllah, sangat sempurna ciptaan Allah ini, dalam hati asyik terucap “masih sayang Allah pada aku walaupun dosaku tak tertanggung”. Percayalah..seperti yang mak selalu cakap “bersalin seperti pertarungan antara hidup atau mati”. Ingin saya berkongsi pengalaman sedikit di sini.

Kandungan pertama
Keguguran sewaktu usianya hampir 12 minggu..Saya tumpah darah beberapa hari selepas D&C dibuat.. Tiada kesakitan tetapi trauma dengan jumlah darah. Allah lebih menyayangi nya.. Mungkin ayah & ibu nya belum bersedia pada waktu itu.


Muhammad Haziq Nazri
Kesakitan sewaktu proses kelahiran memang agak sukar digambarkan. Setiap satu proses yang saya tempuhi sangat berbeza. Muhammad Haziq lahir melalui pembedahan kerana progres yang lambat setelah puas bertarung dengan kesakitan. Doktor pesan saya harus diet untuk kelahiran akan datang kerana saiz pelvic yang kecil.


Nazurah Nazri
Nazurah merupakan kelahiran normal saya yang pertama, Ya Allah..masih terkedu teringat kesakitan yang ditempuhi. Doktor cakap “biarkan ibunya berehat, dia terkejut tu sebab first time bersalin normal” apabila nurse tersenyum melihat muka saya yang terkujat-kujat dan ‘speechless’ seketika.


Muhammad Hazim Nazri
Muhammad Hazim, lahir awal dari jangkaanya, Alhamdulillah…dia sihat walaupun saiznya agak kecil berbanding abang & kakak nye. (Niatnya ke hospital hanya mahu mengambil cuti sakit-mc) tapi ditahan doctor kerana dilation/bukaan 6cm!). Tanpa pengetahuan doctor, saya curi-curi keluar dari hospital dan pulang ke rumah (jaraknya cuma one traffic light away!). Saya masih sempat mandi, basuh rambut, solat dzuhur dan solat sunat, makan masakan emak dan minum air milo. Sebelum bertolak, saya mencium dan mendakap mak serta anak-anak saya, Haziq dan Nazurah. Aduh! Syahdu nya tak terkata…sedihnya tak terhingga. Saya memohon ampun satu persatu dari ahli keluarga terutama suami (terima kasih ayah kerana mendoakan dan mengampunkan ibu). Saya membuat panggilan pada ibu & bapa mertua dan kemudian menghantar sms memohon ampun & meminta abang2, kakak ipar dan sahabat2 baik mendoakan keselamatan saya.

Setibanya di labor room (selepas kena lecture dengan nurse sebab they were expecting me by noon tapi hampir pukul 4 baru sampai) saya masih sempat ber ‘facebook’ dan sms. Dilation (bukaan) dah hampir 8cm, air ketuban sudah pecah tapi belum terasa sakit. Macam tak sabar rasanye.. (salah satu cara Allah mengazab ahli maksiat di Padang Mahsyar nanti ialah dengan membiarkan mereka menunggu..wallahualam)
“Perbuatan menunggu itu secebis dari azab”, kata pepatah Arab

Suami sudah mula membacakan ayat-ayat suci dan bacaan Yasin apabila contraction semakin kuat.. Sayu hati ini. Takut-takut ianya akan menjadi kali terakhir saya dapat mendengar kalam Allah darinya. Rasa sayang saya pada suami, iaitu ayah pada anak-anak saya memang tahap maksima pada waktu itu(Ayah; sekarang pun I sayang sangat kat you!)

Setelah sakit (lebih kurang 15 minit sakit yang amat sangat-terima kasih Ya Allah, atas kemudahan proses bersalin ku ini) saya berkata dalam hati, ahlan wa sahlan anak ibu ! (masa tu namanya masih belum diberi!)
Seperti kelahiran yang lain, suami mengazankan zuriatnya, kalimah yang membesar dan mengagungkan Allah menjadi santapan telinga pertama buat anak-anak.

Hingga kini, walaupun saya selalu jatuh sakit (terutama migraine & gastric) satu-satunya sakit yang paling sakit pernah ditanggung adalah sakit bersalin(bayangkan sakit takala sakaratul maut?). Saya menerima hakikat Allah swt memberi kesakitan sebagai ingatan dan seperti kata hadis, ianya menghapuskan dosa2 kecil (Allahuakbar!). Saya pernah cemburu dengan mereka yang tidak pernah bercuti sakit.. tetapi bila mengingatkan nikmat Allah. “Ya Allah, malunya aku… ampunilah aku, sesungguhnya aku bersyukur atas segala kurniamu”
Terima kasih ya Allah atas nikmat mu yang tak terhingga. Syukur Alhamdulillah.

Jika diizinkan Allah tahun 2011 teringin nak tambah ahli keluarga lagi :)

p/s: Ahlan Wa Sahlan buat Nur Aina; puteri Nurul & Aziz yang pertama. Untuk Latina, Mimi dan Hanis; kakak mendoakan semoga dipermudahkan kelahiran yang akan datang ini.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

So close yet so far

I know I made the right decision when I turned down MARA's offer for my degree in Aussie (even though masa tu teringin yg amat sangat nak pergi oversea!). Turn out that during my matriculation in UUM up north pun I was homesick, menangis tahap gaban. But the best part I had someone to share it with, my singing mate, Alin!!! (We will be in KL almost every weekend and will take whatever mode of transportation available at that point of time; bus, flight or train).

I always have this fear of being away too long from my family esp mak. (Though I'm the youngest, you'd barely see me showing my affectionate towards her) As I grew older and become a mother, another virus stricken me, fear of being away from my kiddies. In the recent trip to Redang, Hazim had to stay with atuk,nenek & bibik (since they say it'll be too 'heaty' for babies). So with heavy heart, it was the first time that I left my child in my 8th year career of being a mother(Ibu will make it up to you sayang...) I cried hysterically during the departure (mak said, mengalahkan org tinggal anak pegi haji 2 bulan!)

So when the confirmation of another family member will be shifting to middle east, I had a mix emotion. Happy & sad at the same time.



Bon voyage to my brother Abg Lan, Kak Muna & anak-anak. We may be world apart but you are always in my heart.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Silence & do nothing..


My dear darling Nana,

Bottled to be pickle, don’t dignify them with any answers or action apart from silence, pray for them instead
But while we all can do this, there are those who are still bent on hurting those from whom they received only kindness.
Let them not dictate and control how you feel, if you do, then effectively they do have control over you.


P/S : Yeah, I got this. Thanks babe, LOVE YOU!

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Stemlife: Apa pusat?

I was writing a cheque when a collegue approach me and ask
"Bayar ape tu?",
I responded "Stemlife.."
"Ape stem?"
"Stemlife, cord blood bank, cakap melayu darah tali pusat"
"Huh!Apa pusat?"

I signup for this while giving birth to Nazurah in 2007. It has yet to be commercialised during Haziq birth in 2001 and Hazim came too soon before we are able to make the arrangement.



My hubby consulted Dato' Dr Maamor of Persatuan Pengguna Islam (PPMI)before signing up and Dato' has given an encouraging answer.
Cord blood is collected from the umbilical cord (tali pusat) immediately after the birth of the baby and after the cord has been clamped out. This blood is routinely discarded and collecting it does not alter normal birthing procedures. The collection is painless and normally performed by the doctor. The blood is an budant and valuable source of stem cells which are genetically unique to our baby and family. It is an alternative source of stem cell translation, where traditionally bone marrow or peripheral blood cells and cells of the human immune system.



Enabling the preservation of this precious stem cells later use in many developing applications of stem technology.
It is also key building blocks of the human blood & immune system. In which it can be used to generate red blood cells and cells of the human immune system.

There are a few service provider in the country (but recently there was a not-so-good rumours on the company that I signed up with).
Based on research, the chances of one taking needing the stem cells is less than 0.01%, i.e. 1 in 10,000people. As such, I am leaving in Allah swt hand and pray that none of us will have to use the cord blood for any medical reason.

Ref: www.cryocord.com.my
www.stemlife.com/malaysia

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Men Have Duties Too..



Stumbled upon this article in Harsa's blog (Contributed by Sister Shoruoq). It may be a lengthy & very wordy but truly inspiring and well said. Terima kasih Harsa!

Since I reverted to Islam I’ve often done tons of research to know how to become the best wife I possibly can InshaĆ”llah.
I’ve noticed it’s very easy to find compiled lists of what a wife should and shouldn’t do but also noticed how hard it is to find that list for brothers. Why does everyone concentrate on the wife? Wife must obey the husband, wife should look pretty for husband, wife must keep a clean home, blah blah blah the list goes on. I’m not saying that the list isn’t in any way wrong because I try my best to practice those duties as a wife but I think “some” brothers also should remember they have duties more than just bringing in the money. So as to a few requests I’ve gotten from sisters here is a list I was able to compile from two articles written by scholars.


“Among His signs is the fact that he has created spouses from among yourselves, so that you may find tranquillity with them; and he has put love and mercy between you. In that are signs for people who reflect.” [Qur'an 30:21]

“They (wives) are garments for you, while you are garments for them.”[Qur'an 2:187]

“From among the believers are those who have the kindest disposition and are the kindest to their families- such are those who show the most perfect faith. “The best among them are those who are kindest to their wives.” [Bukhari and Muslim]

1. The first and worthiest condition of marriage to be fulfilled by the husband is to “keep the promise or promises he made to the wife at the time he married her. This is an order of the Prophet (saaws) according to the hadith: “ahaqqu al-shuruti an tufu bihi ma astahlaltum bihi min al-furuj”

2. Maintenance and protection, responsible for the welfare of the wife as prescribed in the Qu’ran.
“Men shall take full care of women with the bounties which Allah has bestowed more abundantly on the former than on the latter, and with what they may spend out of their possessions….”. [Qur'an 4:34]
Husband is financially responsible for the feeding, clothing and shelter of the wife and children. The wife has no obligation to financially contribute to the household unless she has the means and wishes to do so. Treat her generously,The Prophet (saaws) said that the best gift or charity (sadaqa) is that spent on one’s wife.

3. Spend time with her, give her time for marital relations. Husbands don’t stay at home full time and shouldn’t expect the wife too either. Take her places that are good for your family and let her enjoy time off from her duties also. Give her a break!

“…….There is no amusement which is praiseworthy except three, namely training a horse, sporting with one’s wife and shooting arrows with a bow.” [Abu Da'ud, Ibn Majah and Baihaqi]

In illustration of this practice, Aisha (raa) records that on more then one occasion she and the Prophet (saws) ran races and sometimes she won and sometimes he won. Most men nowadays consider it far beneath their dignity to play any sort of game with their wives, and their marriages are the duller and poorer for it.

4. Don’t order her to do something that is against Islam. The Prophet (s) said: “No obedience is due to creatures in disobedience of the Creator” (la ta`atan li makhluqin fi ma`siyat al-khaliq).

5. Be patient with your wife!
“Live with them on a footing of kindness and equity. If you take a dislike to them, it may be that you dislike a thing while Allah brings about through it a great deal of good.” [Qur'an 4:19]
Remember she is human and will make mistakes just as everyone else. No one can be perfect. She will have bad days, support her on those bad days and be patient with her. Don’t dwell on the dislikes, instead focus on the likes!

6. Respect your wife and pay attention to her needs the way you would like her to respect you and your needs.

7. Be faithful in your marriage. Show your wife that you are obeying Allah (swt) at all times.
“Tell the believing men to lower their gaze and to be mindful of their chastity: verily this will be most conductive to their purity (and) verily Allah is aware of all that they do.” [Qur'an 24:30]

“From among the believers are those who have the kindest disposition and are the kindest to their families- such are those who show the most perfect faith. “The best among them are those who are kindest to their wives.” [Bukhari and Muslim]

8. Help with household chores Aisha (raa) was asked by Al-Aswad b. Yazid what the Prophet used to do in the house. She replied: “He used to work for his family, that is serve his family, and when prayer time came, he went out for prayer.” [Bukhari]
Remember that it is not a wife’s duty to clean or cook. It is the husband’s responsibility to provide servants to do these things. If a wife decides to clean and cook then this is a gift to her husband, please be thankful to her!

9. Don’t make a fuss about the food your wife cooks for you. She works hard preparing it!!
“Allah’s Messenger never found fault with food. If he liked something, he ate it, and if he disliked it, he just abstained from it.” [Muslim]

10. When she is sick be sympathetic and patient with her as she is with you in times of illness and pains.
Aisha (radiallahu ‘anha) reported that whenever she was sick, the Prophet (saws) would come to her to show his sympathy. Nor, was he ashamed to let it be known that his love for his wife was greater then his love for any other human being. It is recorded in the Hadith collections of Bukhari and Muslim that someone asked the Prophet: “Who among all the people is most beloved by you?” And he said “Aisha”.

11. Never tell secrets of the household or of the husband and wife.

12. Strive to acquire and keep her trust.

13. Protect her honor and do not put her in the position where it could be compromised.
The Prophet (saaws) said that Allah will not ever let him enter Paradise who cares little who shares his wife’s privacy.

14. Exercise patience and forgiveness in times of disagreements and disputes.

15. Avoid excess jealousy.The Prophet (saaws) said: “Do not be excessively jealous of your wife lest evil be hurled at her on your account” (la tukthir al-gheerata `ala ahlika fa turama bi al-su’i min ajlik) and he said: “Allah is jealous and the believer is jealous; and Allah’s jealousy is that the believer should not go to that which Allah has forbidden for him” (inna Allaha yagharu wa al- mu’minu yagharu wa gheerat Allahi in ya’tiya al-mu’minu ma harrama `alayhi).

16. Do not stay away from your wife or keep her in suspense without her consent.
“Turn not away (from your wife) altogether, so as to leave her hanging. If you come to a friendly understanding and practice self-restraint, then Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Merciful” [4:129].

17. Do not beat your wife.The Prophet (saaws) indicated that if a man must beat his wife it should be more or less symbolic, with something like a toothbrush.
The Prophet (saaws) himself very much disliked the beating of wives, and never beat any of his own. In Abu Da’ud’s collection of Hadith he is reported by Laqit B. Sabrah to have said:
“Admonish your wife, and if there be any good in her she will receive it; and beat not your wife like a slave.”

In another Hadith from Ayas b. Abdullah he specifically said:
“Do not beat Allah’s female servants (i.e women)” [Abu Da'ud, Ibn Majah]
“Do not strike your wife in the face.”

18. Your wife doesn’t have to stay locked up in the home all day.
The following Hadith is narrated by Aisha (raa):
“Umar once criticised the Prophet’s wife Saudah for going out, saying he had recognised her in the street. So she appealed to the Prophet (saws) for support and he supported her saying: “Women have the right to go out for their needs.” [Bukhari]

Similarly the Prophet (saws) allowed his wives and other women to go out to the Mosques for their prayers. He also advised other men:
“Do not prevent the female servants of Allah (i.e Mosques)” [Muslim]

19. Educate your wife in terms of Islam and stop her from going against Islam.
“O you who have attained to faith! Ward off from yourselves and your families that fire (of the hereafter) whose fuel is Human beings and stones.” [Qur'an 66:6]

In this respect a husband has a duty to ensure that his wife is fully educated as a Muslim either by teaching her himself or by arranging for her Islamic education by other means.

Islam has given the man authority as the head of the family, and he is expected to abide by the Qur’an and Sunnah and endeavour to ensure that his family do not violate Islamic norms of behavior.

20. Care for your wife’s sexual needs. Believe it or not this is an obligation!
The Prophet (saaws) warned against rushing to gratify one’s pleasure and forgetting that of one’s wife. He also disliked that the husband should quickly withdraw from his wife afterwards, as it is a strain upon the wife. If she asks for intercourse, he should not refuse.

InshaƔllah married brothers and sisters will strive to remember their duties in their marriage. When something goes wrong in a home it not only effects the household but it ripples out into the community and spreads.

p/s: Semoga Allah enlighten the path for me,.. untuk menjadi isteri solehah may be too ambitious insyaAllah sekurang-kurangnye to be a good wife, a good companion & a good mother..amin

Test? what test?



I notice that I am posting more than I used to. I think I write more when I’m stressed. I am stressed over this one new server!!!! My team and I has been struggling over a server that does not perform as it is supposed to be..this particular machine also has causes us to come over the weekend, stayed back late, being questioned & pizza for dinner with the mat salleh bosses;

I seriously need another maternity leave!

Call engineers? sudah,
hardware diagnostic, done
change the NIC card? noted
bare the box strip naked, leaving only the OS and my calculator application,
took out the security & OS hardening, checked!
simulate the patches,
buat ghost,
cloning (clowning?),
perform millions of testing,
but still end up in despair…..waaaaaa....!

It has been a month now..and the interim replacement box which is just a mr humble low end hardware is able to process the application on average of 0.0001 seconds!

Morale of the story…

Just because you are driving a bimmer, don’t ever think that the Waja is incapable to overtake you..muaha haaa…..

p/s: mr hubby, jgn terasa aaaa.., itu saya punya waja 2 kali tengok ada iras2 Evo tau.

Pix: Spot the cutest team leader. hint! hint!

Seek first to understand



Posting by Mr/Miss Anynoumous telah menyedarkan saya... thus I refer back to my note.."seek first to understand".

This value is taken from the 7 habits of highly effective people..its one of the strategy to becoming a content person.. In short it implies that you become more interested in understanding others and less in having people to understand you. This also means that if you want quality, fulfilling communication that is nourishing to you & others, understanding others must come first.

Rule is simple.. you may not change others..but you may change yourself to accept others.

But the bestest thing that I learn from my kids today.. choose being kind instead of being right.

ok, la..ok la.."You talk big, I talk even BIGGER"!



An Anynomous left this comments for my "You talk big, I talk, talk" post;

"..hehehe life is so like that..sometime kita salah interpred wut people trying to say for those who has set her mind to be negative the oputcome are to be negative....

i thot u nie kinda grrl yg org takleh lebih dari u kot..believe me u did have anything.kete besar,melancong luar negeri,jam rolex,beg gucci,rumah besar,very outstanding n good hubby,panerai, crying to the tree, lagi apa..

i thot kan the title should be ' YOU TALK BIG ,I TALK EVEN BIGGER'
.."

He or she must be a perfect example. I must say I have to agree with his/her comments. This is especially the assessment is made based on the article that I wrote.

I am living with people who is 'lebey' than me and I know I can never be in their league. Despite this, I still thankful and I am a very fortunate person, truly blessed with everything. Alhamdulillah..However, I am sorry, an apology from me if my innertalk (or whatever talk) offended some people. (rasa macam blogging jadi heavy & emotional lak arini when it is suppose to be light & easy).

One thing for sure, to be honest, I envy these following people, org2 ini memang lebih!
a) the fulltime housemaker : they can watch their children grow 24x7
b) those who qatam Quran more than I do : I had to stop mengaji coz I always came back late from office (itu ustaz pun sudah merajuk tak mau ajar ibu haziq lagi)
c) my friends who has perform haj
d) those who are debt free (ini memang lebey)

p/s: I can be talking big, but I have never use "anynomous"~ except when donating (.err..by the way tuan anynomous; "crying to the tree" tu ape?) Honestly, the world needs more people like you to keep people like me more "grounded". Terima kasih kepada anda utk peringatan kepada saya.

Gambar Nadal di atas tidak ada kena mengena dengan posting ini. Cuma sekadar "gentle reminder" buat fanatik FedEx.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Mega sale..'almost'!

I swear I almost swipe the only credit card I have to a nice, decent LV... (Phuh! I had to reminisce the visit to the needy shelter to snap out of it)..Told myself, isk membazir..imagine it is equivalant to bibik-the-maid's 10 months salary! membazir!membazir!

In relates to this, I receive my MAKNA (Majlis Kanser Negara) booklet today. I dont mean to brag, but I have been donating thru monthly deduction for more than 7 years now. The contribution is not that big, but I was touched when a MAKNA representative approached me last year and said "You may think that your contibution is little but you can never imagine how it has changed many life, we thank you for your support and we hope that you will continue to help us to help others. We valued every single cents of your contribution Cik Huslina".
For a moment it feels good to give.

I'm calling upon family and friends not to get carried away in this mega sale season. Remember the needy, the unfortunate and the current global economic situation.

p/s: Im posting the LV topic just in case my 'santa' is reading this. I have been a very good girl so far thru out the year.. in addition, the gucci that 'santa' got me in paris sudah worn out.(isk..membazir!)

Yeay!!!


The June 2009 checklist accomplished...

Zakat deduction...done!
Hazim's aqiqah..alhamdulillah!
Terminate ALL credit cards (except one given by company)..completed!
Annual Dental visit..(painfully) done!
Hazim's insurance...checked!
Kiddies Tabung Haji deduction..accomplished!
Update EPF's will..done!

Rejab checklist in July

Fidyah at orphanage
Qada puasa
Night prayers
Renew passport

May the month of Rejab provides us more room for forgiveness, make us a better person untuk kemenangan di dunia & akhirat...Amin.

Duh?


Note: RLTV 15-This post may cause sensitvity to some readers. Penuh emosi nih.

Upon returning from an island gateaway, mak approach me and whispered;
"2 makcik awak cakap anak dia tunjuk internet yg nana ada post gambar girfren hubby awak & tulis merayu pada pompuan tu supaya jangan kacau rumahtangga awak sebab awak ada anak"..
"bibik waida kata laki awak ada girlfren masa dia kat singapore"..
(aduh!! sapa la yang tak reti baca blog nih...)so to clear the air, I showed mak litalana's picture and I just had to write this..

My reply to my 2 makcik, mazzuin & those involve as a mega CNN is simple;-
-No, that is not Nazri's girlfren; but I'd be honoured should you interested to know how she is connected to us
-Please tell me which in which para in my blog that I have 'my rayuan' to perempuan itu (open to other readers also, he he...)
-Where on earth la bibik waida come to a conclusion that hubby had a girlfren when he was in Singapore? (share with me lar, Nazri also excited nih...)
-and yes I had disagreement with my other half, but we only had ONE argument over 11 years..(terror tak? Praise to the Almighty!)

I salute my mom because since I was small, irrespective of the story telling & story making ..she managed to isolate herself & wants her children to have high respect on them.. "they can say anything about me, tapi dunia akhirat they are my sisters" she always put it(in which I doubt that some chirdren are taught).

To bibik waida, obek; sudah2 la tu.. frankly speaking, irrespective how ill mannered mak is treated, she never stops praying for her sisters & children(what she got in return is always disappointing kan? kesian dia)..An apology if me & my brothers didnt turn out to be as what you people expected. (Betul pesan arwah nenek few days before she passed away).

I have been looking at life differenly after my third child..And again mak, with due respect, Im doing this because I follow your rule of "let others have glory at times"..~ dalam hati Allah swt yg tahu..wallahualam.

p/s: pix-iklan sikit..and to cousin2 & makcik2 lain yg have been supporting my blog since the beginning...CAYAlah!!!

Sunday, July 05, 2009

Good people, bad people, stupid people

There was a break in at my house recently.. The moment I stepped into the house I thought I've lost everything.. alhamdulillah, only hubby Tag's collection were missing..(my 12 year old Tag still intact..phewww..)

I have always ask myself how can this people have the heart or the guts to commit crime.I was hostaged with a doctor & another clinic assistance when working at a relative's dental clinic while waiting for my SPM result. I remember I almost pee in my pants when the robbers put me at a gun point.

When I was in Ampang, our new MPV and waja was smashed badly by 7 man on motorbike (mat rempit?). There were also series of snatch theft but there was no more reported crime on our lane after the datuk; top man frm the country police force move opposite my house!

This is bad people..in which I have never believe their existense until I experience it myself. What could be possibly force them to do it? (I used to think of Zorro,who robbed the wealthy to help the needy..)

Then the Palestine's story.. israel (the bad people) who robbed the palestinian land illegaly by brutally acttacked even muslims civillian..Jahat betul!!

There is another bad cum stupid people; those women who publicily claimed that she is close to a man (who happens to be another woman's man~but does not bother to know the other wife). I simply cannot 'tahan' and can't tolerate to this kind of arrangement. Dunno why lar, but one example; involving a local artist ,norman & memey (never heard of her until their scandal surfaced) menyampah betul, especially during a talk show in which she with her so thick face keep saying that 'the closest and caring man..bla bla'.

I have no sympahthy for the man's wife but itu perempuan2 punye statement sungguh menganggu emosi lar..

~alhamdulillah~

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