Saturday, October 20, 2007


SELAMAT HARI RAYA, MAAF ZAHIR DAN BATIN! I hope it's not too late to wish you that. Syawal is for a month anyway. It's still ok to wish you that and it's never too late to seek for forgiveness. Human beings never run away from commititng wrongdoings so here I am seeking forgiveness physically and spiritually from all of you cause I am no different from others. Cause I too commit wrongdoings like other human beings.

My Raya /Eid was celebrated in Pahang. It was fun. We did the normal stuff every year. Went to the mosque on the 1st day of Raya to pray, visited relatives' graves, ate Raya food (lemang, rendang ayam etc.) and caught up with other relatives. And today I had a small Raya open house at my house, of course. Only close friends were invited cause we weren't planning on a big event this year. Here are some pics from my open house:

My guests in my room

Girls being cheeky =)

CAUTION! Posers on the road

Putting up a small performance


Sunday, October 07, 2007

buka puasa

Finally the long awaited PMR was finally over on Friday. Overall it was ok. Nothing to be overly excited about. Ramadhan comes and goes very quickly without you even noticing it. One moment you wake up at the wee hours of the morning for 'sahur' and the next moment it'll be Hari Raya already.

My family had hosted like 5 'iftars' or 'buka puasas' this Ramadhan which was a good thing, really cause it made my house livelier than usual. Last Friday we had 2 Turkish guys, a colleague of my mum and Kak Pah, her other old friend for 'iftar'. And today, I had a couple of my friends over to my house, Nunu and Sofia.

We had pizzas and spaghetti and ice cream with fruit cocktails and green tea. Those two girls hated the drink and they poured theirs into my glass when I wasn't looking. How sneaky! Alia was supposed to come as well but she couldn't make it cause she had fever. Probably 'cause of all the hard studying she did last week. She couldn't come so we went to visit her.

Brought her some leftover pizzas and choccies for her siblings. Get well soon, babe! Now that PMR is over, I don't know what to do to fill up my time. Probably take up French or maybe tennis or continue with my long delayed violin lessons. I'll think of that soon.

Yay! Hari Raya is next week! Can't wait to go back to Pahang and savour all those yummy food and enjoy the company of my chatty yet lovable relatives. As much as I hate to say goodbye to Ramadhan, I have to say hello to Syawal too. Ramadhan trained me to be patient with my daily life but Syawal would be the time to be with your loved ones. I know this is a bit too early but SELAMAT HARI RAYA!!!

Buka puasa on Friday (5/10/07)

Buka puasa on Sunday (7/10/07) with the 'girls' who hated green tea. LOL!