Friday, December 31, 2004

Tomorrow is the beginning of a new year, 2005. I wonder what lies ahead of me?? Will it be exciting?? Sad?? Full of adventure?? Will it be full of laughter and joy?? Or will it be just another boring year?? Well, I can only wish and hope that it will be an exciting and full of happiness

January, I’ll be going to Sarawak, February, I’ll be going to Taman Negara, Pahang with Jaja. Bestnyerr!! Dah lama dah aku nak ke sana tapi tak berkesempatan. November, I’ll be going to Korea. Yahoo!! Mintak2la dipanjangkan umur dan dimurahkan rezeki untuk aku buat semua nih. Macam banayak duit jer aku nih nak berjalan sakan.

What about new year resolutions?? What do you guys hope to achieved in 2005? For me, I hope to settle all debts, to slim down a bit (malasnyer nak ke gym), to go on vacation, to sleep better at night (hahahaha…), I do hope that I can find myself a nice little apartment. What else?? Oh ya.. to spend more time with my family. Kahwin?? Kalau ada jodoh kawin la, kalau tak, nak kawin ngan sapa?? Bart Simpson??

When I first started working, I made a list of things that I wanted to do/to buy/to have while I still have my breath. It’s not fancy things or extraordinary but something that I would like to do. I’ll list it down here things that I would like to do.

1. Learn Mandarin
2. Learn Photography
3. Overseas Vacation
4. My own business
5. Buy a house/apartment
6. Learn to play musical instrument (Piano/Guitar)
7. Tag heuer watch
8. SLR Camera
9. Change my car (kalau ikutkan hati tu nak pakai CLK200 – besar selera tapi kalau dapat Honda Jazz pun

At the moment, those are the things that I wanted to do or to have. What about you?? Tomorrow, I’m off to Malacca.


Tsunamis kill thousands

The world's most powerful earthquake in more than 40 years struck deep under the Indian Ocean off the west coast of Sumatra, triggering massive tsunamis that obliterated villages and seaside resorts in more than 10 countries.Tourists, fishermen, homes and cars were swept away by walls of water that rolled across the Bay of Bengal, unleashed by the 9-magnitude quake

The death toll from Sunday's tsunamis has jumped to more than 118,000 after Indonesia reported nearly 80,000 people were killed in that country alone. Estimates of the death toll are continuing to rise in most areas. Sri Lanka reports more than 24,000 dead, and at least 10,000 were killed in India. In Thailand, more than 4,000 are feared dead and dozens of deaths are reported in Malaysia, Myanmar, Maldives, Somalia and Tanzania.

Many who did survive are struggling to stay alive, and the World Health Organization estimates that five million people are without basic needs. Emergency workers reported that in some parts of Aceh, Indonesia -- the region closest to the epicenter of the earthquake that spawned the killer tsunamis -- as many as one in every four citizens was dead.

Scenes of destruction were repeated across the region, as were the scenes of grief with residents and holidaymakers searching in vain for loved ones. The events began just before 7 a.m. (midnight GMT Saturday) when a massive earthquake -- at magnitude 9.0, the strongest in the world since 1964 -- struck just 160 kilometers (100 miles) off Aceh's coast.

Indonesian-based British conservationist Mike Griffiths flew over the area and said it was "like a nuclear blast has leveled the area." Between Meulaboh and Chalang, about 60 miles north, no villages are left, he said. Calong, a town of 13,000, has "vaporized," he said. "You couldn't even recognize there'd been a town there unless you'd flown over it before."

Dino Patti Djalal, spokesman for Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, said the Indonesian military's 30,000-strong force in the province was devastated. Saying an unprecedented catastrophe requires an unprecedented response, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan has appealed for the international community to come together to help aid the areas ravaged by the tsunami.

Annan announced that the World Bank had added $250 million to the $250 million already pledged by the international community for the humanitarian effort, but more is needed. The United Nations will send out an appeal for millions of dollars, and a donors conference is planned for January 11. Several European nations said they were increasing their donations in response to Annan's appeal, including Britain which increased its pledge from $30 million to $95 million. Canada has announced a debt moratorium for tsunami-affected countries, and other wealthy creditor nations are expected to follow suit.

A U.S. delegation headed by Secretary of State Colin Powell and Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, brother of President George W. Bush, will travel to southern Asia on Sunday, a White House spokesman said. John Budd, a spokesman in Indonesia for the U.N.'s children's fund UNICEF, said infrastructure damage in Aceh had made distributing aid especially difficult.

"UNICEF has an office which could have easily started, but that office has been wrecked," he said.

"It needs to be almost a military campaign," he said. "There needs to be airports set up. ... What we're looking at is re-establishing a social infrastructure in that country."

On Thursday, an Indonesian official said the death toll there had nearly doubled, from 45,000 to 79,940. Meanwhile, a low-pressure weather system settled over Medan on Sumatra, where the Aceh relief effort is based, forcing officials to close the airport and ground planes carrying aid to the hard-hit province.

A tsunami warning from Indian authorities on Thursday sent thousands of panicked coastal residents fleeing for higher ground. But the warning appeared to be a false alarm, after officials said it was meant as advice to be careful, not orders to evacuate. On the Indian coast, survivors wondered what they would do now that their homes have been flattened.

In Sri Lanka, survivors told CNN they were afraid and had lost hope after losing everything they owned and seeing members of their families swept out to sea. WHO's David Nabarro said survivors were at risk of diarrhea, respiratory infections and insect-borne diseases that could result in "quite high rates of death," but he quickly added that the living are in more danger from other survivors than from the dead. (Full story)

Nabarro also said the mental health of the survivors is at risk. "Tremendous mental scarring" results from disasters like this one, he said.

Islands Engulfed
Sri Lanka increased its death toll on Thursday to 24,673. Also, 6,589 are reported missing and considered most likely dead, and 12,482 are injured. Officials have little information from the north and east -- the hardest hit areas and, like Indonesia's northern Sumatra, home to an armed insurgency, although one that was under the terms of a cease-fire at the time of the disaster.

Across Sri Lanka, some 1.5 million people have been forced to leave their homes and more than 888,000 no longer have homes. They crowded shelters and wandered aimlessly down streets, past signs wishing a "happy new year." In the coastal town of Matara, locals said some 30 to 40 Western tourists were surfing when the tsunami hit, and all are missing and presumed dead. There also were fears that plastic land mines could be uprooted by the floodwaters.

Just before the towering waves washed over Sri Lanka, they swamped the vacation shores of Thailand, home to 40 percent of the country's $10 billion tourism industry. Thai officials have confirmed more than 4,000 deaths, 1,000 of which are believed to have been in the low-lying coastal province of Phang Na.

Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said Thursday that casualties in his country could reach 7,000. Some of Thailand's smaller vacation islands were swallowed by the water, Thailand's Foreign Minister Surakiart Sathirathai said.

As far away as Somalia on Africa's east coast, reports trickled in of fishermen swept out to sea and swimmers lost. Jan Egeland, the United Nations' emergency relief coordinator, said entire villages were swept away in Somalia, and Kenya television reporter Lillian Odera said "hundreds" were killed there.

In all, at least 11 countries, including the Maldives, Myanmar, Malaysia, Bangladesh and Tanzania, were affected by the monstrous waves.
Condolences to all the Non-Muslim and to all our Muslim Brothers and Sisters, Al-Fatihah. May Allah, the Almight and Most Merciful blessed their souls and placed them with all the Solehs'. Amin.

Monday, December 27, 2004

Yesterday, I went to my friend’s wedding in Jelebu, Negri Sembilan. Hanil arrived at around 9 am and while I was bz wearing my tudung in the toilet, I felt my body swayed and I thought that I must be washed with dizziness due to lack of sleep (I slept late that night and woke up early, it happen quite often). When I went into the living room, Ninie and Pine asked me whether I felt the tremor. Looks like I’m not the only one who felt it. I ushered them out of the apartment, fearing that things will turned out like the Highland Towers (my apartment is at 16th floor, so you can imagined la how worried I was yesterday). Later that day, I found out that it was due to an earthquake in Banda Aceh, Indonesia way up to 6 kilometres under the Indian Ocean seabed. The death toll were more than 11,000 in India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Maldives, Bangladesh and Malaysia and thousands more were missing. But the highest number of people died were not because of the earthquake but from the Tsunami (big tidal waves than reached up to 20 metres high resulted from the earthquake). It’s the 4th biggest earthquake in this century.

Enough about that, yesterday was a blast..!! the 4 of us, Hanil, Wawa, Apeng and me were in the same car, trailing behind us was Emi and her beau, Zaidi. We stopped for breakfast at around 10.30 at Nilai R & R and continue our journey to Jelebu. We arrived at the wedding around 12 pm and makan some more. Around 1 pm, the bride and groom (Nida and Auzaini) arrived and hahahaha, Kak Ma was the maid of honour. Control gila beb!! Then some more friends arrived but I don’t really know them. All of us then proceed to go to Rembau to visit Apeng’s relatives there. Makan some more. Makan nasi lagi, got back around 5.30 and stop by along the way to enjoy cendol and Hanil and Emi ate mee hailam. Kuat betul budak-budak ni kalau bab melantak. We really enjoyed ourselves, with the continous bantering between Wawa and Apeng.. as usual la Apeng was always clowning around and teasing everbody. It was a fun trip. Jammed on the Seremban highway untill after nilai. Arrived home around 8.45 pm

Thursday, December 23, 2004

I bought airplane tickets just now to Kuching, Sarawak on the 7th January 2005 and retuned on the 10th January 2005. I’ll be going there with my housemate Norma. Bestnyerr!! I always wanted to go there now it’s my chance. I don’t have to worry about accomodation since we’re gonna crash my roommate’s hotel room. This is one of the advantages of having a friend who’s an auditor. She’ll be going there on the 5th January 2005 with Gopi and Andy for almost 3 weeks. Kaya la pompuan tu.. pegi sana elaun sehari RM75 hengget so kira la kalau dah 3 minggu. Haii. Jeleaous jugak aku ngan minah tuh.. itu la dulu bila Encik Riduan ajak, aku tolak kan skang dah miskin.. hai.. tensen tul. Bukannya aku tanak kaya cam pompuan tu tapi bila memikirkan yang kekadang tu macam tak dak life jer, maleh ler aku. For your info, Pinie and I are in the same department just different section that’s why I know her team members.

Come to think of it, this January I’ll be broke like hell.. 1st January, I’ll be going to Melaka, 7th I’ll be going to Sarawak and 20th I’ll be going back to my kampung for Hari Raya Haji. Wow.. looks like this coming new year promise me a very exciting (hopefully) year.. I just hope that Nora will be able to come back to Menara. Then both of us will have loads of fun.

So till now, I got a trip to Melaka, Sarawak and Insya Allah to Korea. Have to find something exciting to do from March till September and also December. Why those months?? Simply because, on February I’ll be going back to my Kampung for Chinese New Year and I have no plans for the month of March untill September, October is the fasting month, November to Korea and on December?? Hmm got to find something to do for the December or I can just simply chill out and relax while waiting for the next year to unfold for me. Cool huh??

Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Hehehe.. dah lama la aku tak nulih bukannya apa BZBZBZBZBZ mak cik dibuatnyer. Ni pun ada gak ghojer tapi sbb kena membaca kan so punya la mengantuk. Anyway, last Friday, I finished all my annual leave. Eleh sehari jer, I went to Kuantan and Cherating. Stayed at Legend Cherating Resort. That was the second time we stayed there. I went with Nora and my sis Mimi. Hampes betul pegi sana. Nora couldn’t make it on Friday because the person who was supposed to relief her got paternity leaves for 3 days so I’ll pick her up at Kuantan on Friday night. I drove to Kuantan using the new highway.. not a very good highway, the road is quite bumpy but still it cuts the travelling time by almost half. Anyway, my best friend, Nad is in Kuantan and I decided to check in first at Legend Cherating Resort. Since I was not familiar with that area (it was my first time driving to East Coast) I asked Nad for direction.. hampes tul la pompuan tu.. ingatkan terrer alih-alih aku sesat sampai ke Pekan. Tu la aku dah cakap kalau tak silap aku, nak ke Cherating kena ikut jalan nak ke Kuala Terengganu tapi mak cik tu siap nak sound au lagi.. hehehe hampess kelapa tul. Apapun aku selamat sampai ke Cherating. Lepak jap mandi manda kat swimming pool pas tu Nad came and pick us up around 7p.m. went to Kuantan. Makan kat Merdeka Court, ada la mamat hensem kat situ asyik pandang2, rugi aku ngan Nad tak ngayat.. err silap lak, Nad mana bleh ngayat orang lain Durhaka tau. Picked up Nora around 3a.m and the next day the 3 of us lepak2 in Cherating.

Started our journey back to KL around 2.30pm from Kuala Kemaman. Bought some keropok lekor and some tid bits for my boss and office mates. Tension oo.. aku sesorang jer drive, my sis and Nora dah terbunkang membuta, tengok diorang tidor aku lak rasa ngantuk. Fuiyoo!! Ada mamat bawak superbike, cun gila,, motor ler. Singgah kat Lanchang R & R, nampak la mamat yang bawak superbike tuh, mak aii, kureng hensem, biasakla slalunya motor memang best giler orang plak…hmmm.. no comment on that.

Lepas jer tol Karak, traffic dah macam siput babi jer.. slow gila, bayangkan mamat yang berjalan kaki kat tepi jalan tu siap potong keta kitorang lagi, Hampess!! Jammed sampai ler lepas terowong tu.. ghope-ghopenye diorang tengah baiki jalan, ala, lain kali kalau nak baiki jalan pun buat la waktu malam ker hari biasa ker.. macam ler tak tau yang jalan ke pantai timur tu sokmo-sokmo jer banyak keta kalau hujung minggu, naknyer kalau sabtu ngan ahad cuti. Banyak keta terpaksa behenti kat tempat sebab taku engine overheat, siap berkelah makan nasi lemak la, minum kopi la.. macam pesta pulak.

Went to Nik’s house around 6 something, mak cik tu bertunang dengan siapa???!! Sampai ler aku ngan Nora balik, dia tak ckap pun dia bertunang ngan siapa, tapi aku ngan Nora dah tau. Kitorang interview mak dier ler.. yang kelakarnyer hari ni nak bertunang pukul 7 pagi baru cakap ngan mak dia yang ada orang nak datang meminang hari nih.. hampess tul la pompuan tu, sesuka hati dia saja buat cenggitu. Aku pun tak paham la apa masalah dia. Patutler time Nora tanya mak dia dalam 2 weeks ago, mak dia macam confuse saja, rupanya memang dia tak cakap pun. Dia dah bincang ngan tunang dia tu awal lagi nak letak RM7,000 untuk hantaran + mas kawin ler kot, tapi mak dia dah hangin kot hari tu siap cakap apa tau.. RM7,000 tu untuk hantaran, mas kawin lak RM3,000 serba satu.. maunyer semua skali RM10,000 serba satu. Padan muka!! Tu la buat lagi kerja yang membelakangkan mak bapak. Nasib abik la pak cik dia ada hari tu, kalau tak hampess jer sapa nak jadik jurucakap. Haii.. ntahlah!! Conpius aku!! Anyway, dia bertunang dengan ex-bopren yang.. hai.. banyak tul kenangan gila yang terbabas, yang kalau diceritakan macam dalam drama la kiranya. Tapi munkin ini namanya jodoh!!

Saturday, December 11, 2004

Hmm.. I’m waiting for Nora while playing Hangaroo!! God I was so bored. Luckily only me and Kak Ana were in the office. It was raining like hell outside. Selangor is on holiday and KL for sure will be washed out with all kinds of people from Selangor, not to mention the traffic havoc with the holidays and raining. (sigh**). Mana mak cik ni, penat dah aku tunggu. With all the rain, I don’t really think that we’re gonna make it to Nik’s house in Puchong. Macam mana ni??

Friday, December 10, 2004

I love u not for whom u are but who I am when i’m by ur side
No person deserve ur tears, and who deserve them won’t make u cry
Just because someone doesn’t love u as u wish, it doesn’t mean that u are not love with all his/her being
A true fren is the one who holds ur hand and touches ur heart
The worst way to miss someone is to be by his/her side and know that you’ll never have him/her
Never stop smiling, not even when you’re sad, someone might fall in love with you’re smile
You may only be one person in this world, but for someone, you’re the world
Don’t spend time with someone who doesn’t care spending it with you
Maybe God wants you to meet many wrong people before you meet the right one, so when this happens, you’ll be thankfull
Don’t cry because it came to an end, smile because it happened
There will always be people who’ll hurt you, so you need to continue trusting, just be carefull
Become a better person to be sure to know who you are before meeting someone new and hoping that person knows who you are
Don’t struggle so musch, best things happen when not expected

Tahun baru semakin hampir. Apa korang punya new year resolutions? Aku? Seperti biasak la nak zerorised segala hutang-hutang aku pas tu ingat nak beli rumah.. hehehehe, ye ker?? Cakap macam nak beli sayur jer. Tapi rasanya lambat la kot kalau bab nak membeli rumah ni kena ada fulus beb fulus, ye la nak bayar 10% tu ingat senang ker. Tapi di sebabkan aku ni staff, kalau amik loan pun cuma kena bayar 5% saja downpayment. Apa pun aku harap sempena tahun baru ni aku dapat memulakan hidup baru di tempat baru dengan suasana yang baru..

Tapi cuti taun depan tak best la, kalau sesapa yang keje kat KL nih, cuti tak banyak, lain la kalau keja kat Selangor, semua cuti diorang rembat. Pinie ada ajak aku pi Korea taun depan. Bila di check balik, kalau nak pi pun munkin lepas raya dalam bulan November, depa kata kalau nak pi Korea kena pi time musim luruh (Autumn) so dalam bulan October ngan November la, bulan December dah start musim sejuk dah. Mak cik tu la tak habih-habih ngan Winter Sonata dia yg peliknya dia dengan aku bukannya tahan sangat dengan cuaca sejuk-sejuk ni, tapi ada hati nak pi Korea pas tu siap nak ambik package yang ada ski lagi. Kalau nak diikutkan tu betui la jugak sebab tak penah merasa musim-musim sejuk cenggitu kan.

Kalau nak tau ini ler contoh Korean Muslim Tour yang aku ngan Pinie nak pegi tuh, tapi ini contoh jer, nanti kalau ada MATTA Fair next year. Mana la tau ada bargain yang lebih baik ka. For example macam Reliance Travel, diorang ada buat 0% interest installment scheme, kalau macam tu kira ok la jugak.


Seoul/ Wolmido Island/ Phoenix Park Ski Resort/ Mt Sorak/ Nami Island/ Abai Village/ Everland/ Lotte World

· Stay at Korea 5 Star Ski Resort, Phoenix Park. (Only 2 ½ hours driving distant from Seoul).
· Enjoy half-day skiing fun at Phoenix Park, with ski lesson taught by Phoenix Park’s Professional. Ski equipment & suits included (Worth RM175)
· Two meals are arranged in Seoul Muslim Restaurant with “Halal Food”.
· Visit to Ansang Mosque and Seoul International Mosque.
· Have fun at Korea Most Famous Theme Park, Everland and Lotte World.
· Seoul International Museum
· ABAI VILLAGE (Autumn Story). Located in Sokcho is actually where many North Koreans settled after the Korean War. (Abai: “Father” in Korean language) It was the place where An Xi grew up in the drama “Autumn Story”.

· Dongdaemun: A place for great bargains. Items include fabrics, clothing’s, footwear, and leather goods.
· Itaewon: Combine with 2000 shops selling all kinds of everything as well as jazz bars, nightclubs, and restaurants.
· Silk Shop: A place where you can get Korean quality silk.

· One night stay at this 5-star resort. Enjoy buffet breakfast in the resort. Enjoy half-day ski fun at the resort.
· Ski Lesson taught by Resort’s Professional + Gondola ride. Phoenix Park presently has 13 skiing courses with unique slopes for the enjoyment of dynamic and exciting experiences. It operates a Snowboard Park with quality snow facilities for snow boarders.

MT SORAK (with Cable Car Ride*)
· Visit the highest mountain of the T’aebaek mountain range blessed with abundant snowfall and is considered to be one of the most beautiful mountains in Korea.
· Kwongumsong Fortress-Located on the steep Dol Mountain of Mt Seorakan Sogongwon area. Built by the 23 rd King of the Goryeo Period (918-1392) to avoid war. *Cable Car Ride subject to services availabilities.

· Kyongbok Palace: Built in 1394 during the Joseon Dynasty, Cheong Wa Dae.
· National Folklore Museum, learn Korean history from Three Kingdoms (1C B.C. - 7C A.D.) to the Chosun Dynasty (1392-1910).
· Visit to the Ginseng Factory, and Amethyst Outlet.
· Blue House: This is the Presidential Residence of the Republic of Korea.

Day 1 Depart for Inchon
Day 2 Inchon/Wolmido
Island/ Phoenix Park Ski Resort (L/D)
· Upon arrival, proceed to Yongjungdo Pier and Wolmido Island Waterfront.
· Visit to Ansang Mosque.
· Transfer to Phoenix Park and enjoy half-day skiing at the resort.

Day 3 Phoenix Park/Mt Sorak (B/L/D)
· Proceed to Abai Village, Daepo Fisher Wharf and Chuam Beach.
· Visit to Mt Sorak, tour including Kwongumsong Fortress by cable car ride.

Day 4 Mt Sorak/Nami Island/Everland/ Seoul (B/L/D)
· Visit to Nami Island before transfer to Everland. (With Entrance Ticket)
· Tour to Kyongbok Palace, National Folk Museum and Presidential Blue House.
· Visit to Seoul International Mosque.
· Shopping at Itaewon.

Day 5 Seoul/ Lotte World (B/D)
· Visit Ginseng Showroom, Amethyst Factory, War Memorial Museum and 2002 World Cup Stadium.
· Shopping at Dongdaemun and Silk Shop.
· Enjoy yourself in Lotte World. (Included Best 5 Tickets).

Day 6 Depart for Home (B)
· Free at leisure until transfer to airport.

Meals Included
4 Breakfasts 3 Lunches 4 Dinners
Meals Features:
v Korean Shabu-shabu
v Sotong BBQ
v Seafood / Mushroom Steamboat
v Seafood Fried Rice
Nights Stay: -·
1N Phoenix Park Ski Resort –
· 1N Mt Sorak – 4*
· 2 N Seoul – 5*

Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Waah bestnyer dengar Shee bercerita pasal Sunday Nite Live di Planet Hollywood. Maklumla kan penyanyi kesayangan akak buat show kat sana dengan Dayang, siapa lagi kalau bukan Abang Nuar. Sedih sebab aku tak leh join on that day. Too tired la, dah la 2 hari (Sabtu ngan Ahad) jam terbabas-babas kat KL nih.

Aku lupa la ada perlawanan bola sepak between Kedah ngan Perlis. So semua sanak saudara aku orang Kedah + Perlis turun KL la hari tu sebab tu la jam melampaui batas imaginasi. Aku lak janji ngan Wawa nak ambil dier lepas Zohor that is after aku hantar Nini ngan Ayu.. alih2 pukul 5 baru sampai ke Shah Alam, Seksyen 19 lagi dekat giler ngan umah parents Anuar. Panas telinga aku kena perli ngan in laws member aku tu. For your info, husband si Wawa ni best fren aku so family dia pun aku sumua dah kenal, member aku si Hanil ni pegi buat umrah so tinggalkan Wawa kat umah mak dia kat Shah Alam, so, aku ni dengan baik hatinya pegi jemput Wawa ngan adik2 ipar die pas tu bawak balik ke rumah diorang kat Rawang.

Malam tu aku lepak sana la siap buat chocolate cake sebijik. Perghh!! Best gila. Memang mak cik tu pandai masak, nanti kalau aku nak kawin tak leh kawin ngan sesapa yg kenal baik ngan si Wawa ni nanti kena compare. Dah la baik, lemah lembut la jugak, pandai mengurus rumah, pandai masak lagi.. mak mertua sayang giler kat dia..

Ahad pun jammed jugak. Janji ngan Nora nak ke open house di rumah Kak Lis pukul 4, so aku kena la hantar Wawa ngan adik2 Hanil balik dulu, nasib bail lagi diorang teringat yang abah (bapak Hanil) nak ke rumah nenek di Batu Arang, bila saja call memang confirmed abah ngan mak ada kat sana so pegi la pulak ke rumah nenek. Minum kopi seround dengan kuih raya pas tu siap kait buah rambutan lagi bawak balik baru ler balik. Lepas jer tol Subang Jaya on the way to KL, Federal Highway dah start jammed. Masuk ler aku ke lebuh raya mender ntah yang dari Subang pas tu masuk ke Damansara, kuar ke Bangsar. Aku parking keta kat LRT Universiti kat umah aku tu pas tu naik plak lrt sampai Setiawangsa and Nora picked me up there and went to Kak Lis’s house kat Cheras Jaya.

We were the last person apa lagi makan sepuas2nya. Dah la aku kebuluran, bayangkanla aku cuma makan mee hon goreng jer pagi tu ngan air kopi + kuih raya + buah rambutan, dah tu kul 6.30 plak baru makan, tapi memang sedap la Kak Lis masak. Dah la makan banyak siap tapau lagi. Aku sampai umah pun dah kul 9 lebih.. maunya tak penat.

This weekend pun ada harapan nak penat jugak nih.. nak pegi ker tak yer ke Planet Hollywood nih.. alamak.. Aku di dalam dilemma.
Haruskah - Adam

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Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Catch a falling star, put it in your pocket and never let it go

Hmm.. apo nak di kato, tahap keboringan terasa begitu tinggi skali.. Ya Allah!! It’s happening again!! Arghh.. luckily I’ll be moving out soon!! I hope..

I stayed in Vista for 4 years that's when I first came to KL. I stayed with Ija and the rest of my housemates. I stayed there for almost 2 years when things started to go wrong. I mean, I don’t have any problems with my housemates, a friendly squabble tu biasakla, akak ni kan kekadang tu laser skeet. Our relationship with each other is okay, but their problem (love problem) started to scare me out.

1 of them got married in Narathiwat (Northern Thailand) as a second wife in January, in February, 1 girl got married but went missing a week after her wedding. Another 1 just found out that her boyfriend two timing her.. err, I think I should rephrase that.. 2 – 3 or 4 timing her.. you see what I meant!! Halloo.. is this a drama or what?? At that time I and Ija each of us are in a relationship.. guess what?? Everything turned out to be a tragedy. Sometimes I did think that our house’s being hexed.. hehehehehe.. both Ija and I broke up with our man, both girls divorced.. ngeri sangat dengar crita diorang tu.. I know it scared the hell out of me,

I moved out from the house but still living in the same area. Now, my current housemate are facing new problems, family squabble!! 1 got a huge fight with her husband (her husband is in Melaka), 1 got trapped between family squabble, don’t know which one to choose, to follow her mother or her stepfather.. (things are a bit more complicated than meets the eye, it is if it involved money and property!!) well.. I know I’m gonna have the same problem in the future!! Let’s not worry about it yet.. and another girl having a row with her parents because they did not approved of her relationship with her boyfriend..

You see!!! What kind of life am I living?? But it’s okay, I just have to be patient for a one or two more months, as soon as Pinie finalised averything with the bank over the apartment, we can move out.. Yahoo!! A new year, a new place, a new start..!! Hmmm!! That sounds lovely.
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