31 December 2010
Hoping u guys did great in your own terms as well.
I hope each of us can look back and proud of our own achievement albeit some regrets. That the way life is. Without some up and down, life can definitely borink! :D
For me I can say 2010 come with a blessing. Alhamdulilah. It has been a rough year but an exciting 1! Here are my list of 2010; just happy to share with all of u.
1. My lovely Milla pregnancy head the list. ;)
2. Going to South Africa for the world cup came close 2nd.
3. Got opportunity to travel Germany right after world cup was simply amazing
4. Engage with not so level headed panelist to acquire some fund, I tell u was extremely tiring.
5. Knowing the other side of muslim world in South Africa is eye opening. Seeing is believing, being oppress by Apartheid have made them more independent and self progressing
6. The arrival of our Amin Muhaimin. He is a blessing and we are grateful for that.
7. New family member etc etc etc.
Guess I should stop at that. The mistakes are lesson to be learnt. The corrects are point to be improved.
Happy New Year 2011. Live our ordinary Life extraordinary. Have a blast instead. ;)
Signing off for the year 2010,
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16 December 2010
p/s: tribute to Muhaimin. He turns 3 months today
9 December 2010
Arsenal v Partizan Belgrade.
A win will secure 11th consecutive year in the UCL.
Try beat that Spurs. :P
Update: We manage to go through to the last 16 though was a hard fought match.
Credit to the boys....
Now awaiting Real, Barca, Bayern or Schalke..
Bring them on!
19 November 2010
I never had any preference selection to my music. As long the ears are receptive every melody can blend in me. I am the 'senang nak di bela' type person, I guess. ;)
Music is universal. If the melody is too hard for u, try understand the lyrics. The hard melody may represent some hatred within whilst the lyrics may present us with some soul searching and advice. How weird it may sound, the best songs were never the ear-catchy ones. Sometimes we need to listen hard to understand the story behind.
Anger, Sadness, Happiness, Empathy are part of the story. The story of life of the storyteller (singer).
Now, I'm looking forward to finishing my compilations of old cd's. Say no to hot FM for a while...
p/s: listening to Santana 'Corazon Espinado' now made me feel going air guitar solo!!
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30 August 2010
The 'pendatang' issue has become a ticking time bomb to the racial harmony of this country. Hence, some immediate and powerful message has to be sent.
20 August 2010
15 August 2010
Who'll be demoted this season? Who'll cast the biggest upset? Who'll crack under pressure. There will be too much drama to bare.... i m loving it already. :)
And which team will yours truly be supporting this season? none other than the team that build champion rather than the team that buy champions. Arsenal the gooners it is! yeay
and why they deserved better? becos what they have gone through last season and still finished 3rd best team.
Yeah babeh, they are good. This clip might recall u a bit about their beautiful game.
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24 June 2010
Age is another number game. I tend not to take it hard. For me as long you enjoy your life and put things straight, age will be a golden ticket for happiness. I am intend to pursue that route and I am doing it with my family all behind me.
Thank you for all the warm wishes today; I found it odd to receive so many happy returns only after I reach 31. Thanks again to FB for a gentle reminder to my circle of friend. Sometimes I wonder if this evolution of communication will bring the best of all or it will simply regarded as another tools to fulfilll one life.
I wouldnt know the answer. I can answer that when I reach forty. I hope
Till then, it will be another enjoyable event of my life. I had my birthday blast earlier in S Africa, that would be another story to tell in another time.
For now, I am a super bloody 31 years old bimbo.. darn
19 June 2010
When we arrived Durban 4 days ago I anticipated it will be something like Jberg where we would stay in a place far from the city centre. I was wrong, uncle baillo booked one of the best hotel in town so all of us could feel comfortable. Instead he and his family stayed somewhere else. That's the level of their hospitality which until today I feel honour.
Day one in Durban was all about the match, Spain v Switzerland. We knew it's gonna be an exciting game and everyone got into their Spaniard kit to show support. Our hotel was near to a shopping complex called gateaway and we decided to jump into the shuttle bas from there to the stadium. The ladies were left there for their retail therapy.
Our game started at 1600H and we got lucky to enter 15 minutes before start. It's a bit of chaos atmosphere at the stadium as everybody looking forward for a good game. On paper, it should be a good win for Spain. Nevertheless, Switzerland made the biggest upset so far in the tournament by beating Spain, the european champion 1-0. That's the beauty of world cup when underdogs play to their potential and got favourites beaten. In the end Spain remain true to its underachiever tags on a major football tourney. Sigh.
Forgetting football altogether, the 2nd day was all about shopping. Yes, we bought many things for the loves one in Malaysia. Our trip to S Africa won't complete without bringing back vuvuzelas and I myself got 10, Lutfi got another 10 and I must say that was the cheapest item we could think off for souvenirs. Most of the souvenirs i.e shirts, jerseys, badges are inflated and we could not get a good bargain. We were so into shopping and not realising that the shopping mall was closing. Yes, we made Malaysian proud for that. Haha
We ended the day by having bunny chow a local food; something u couldn't miss whenever u are in Durban. Later that night I was 'kidnapped' by gangs of four for a quick ride to town. The city was not alive after 10pm so in the end I headed to their flat for some good rest
The last day in Durban was all about visiting family friend. I had a good dhal for lunch. After saw another upset; Germany when down to Serbia, we were off to the North Beach to enjoy the coastal line. It was very windy and chill. It was so mesmerised to see the Indian ocean with many ships crossing by. At the tip of the frontview, I made a promise I will come back to enjoy Durban once more. Insya Allah
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15 June 2010
whites like to make South Africa their homes and thankfully now
everyone can accept and respect each other rights and regards S Africa
as their home country.
Apartheid. The people has done a great job in making S Africa what it
is today. No wonder people got jealous and I, myself regard S Africa a
true example of good governance nation amongst African country. When
FIFA announced S Africa as the host for this year world cup, it make every citizen of Africa prouder.
from Indian origin live peacefully there. They has been a good host to
all of us. A muslim brothers that really put Islam values beyond
colours and skin. Now I see Islam as a way of life in a different
angle, a more beautiful angle. What different us with them is they are
not just practising Islam, they live their life with Islamic values.
From helping each other to entertain their guests, to always keep
their solah on time, they are absolutely have Islam in their heart.
For me, I can only describe them as a muslim that never have prejudice
on others, who will receive fellow muslim brothers with good thoughts
and open heart. I wish I could be something like them.
against Dennmark that ended Holland won. I can't wait to watch another
game. It will be in Durban
forward. Till then salam
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25 April 2010
2 penceramah jemputan dari UiTM hadir memberi ceramah motivasi kpd kumpulan sasar. Kedua dua mereka menyampaikan ceramah dengan baik cuma samada penyampaian mereka dpt diterima oleh anak-anak qaryah menjadi tanda tanya. Hairan dgn sikap dan ragam bangsaku. Walaupun disogok bermacam2 dorongan dan peluang oleh pihak masjid/ pemimpin masyarakat untuk melihat mereka berjaya namun sambutan dari mereka nampak lesu. Pendekatan bagaimana lagi yang mereka inginkan?
Mungkin penceramah lebih keras yg dpt mencabar keupayaan minda mereka boleh mengubah persepsi kebergantungan mereka pada keadaan sekeliling yang terlalu membantu atau mungkin mereka terlalu selesa dgn 'tongkat' dari kerajaan?
Terlalu manja bangsa ku ini...
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18 April 2010
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31 March 2010
1. Gladys Tan Yee Kim (SMK Green Road, Kuching)
2. Grace Kiew Sze-Ern (SMK Perempuan Sri Aman, Petaling Jaya)
3. Khadijah Ahmad Jais (SM Agama Persekutuan, Labu)
4. Akmal Hidayat Sabri (SMK Derma, Kangar)
5. Syamilah Mahali (Kolej Tunku Kurshiah, Seremban)
6. Amelia Lee Wei Ling (SMK Taman Melawati, Gombak)
7. Nur Syuhadah Muhamad (SM Sains Tengku Muhammad Faris Petra, Kota Baharu)
8. Lai Yin Kwin (SMK Tinggi Melaka)
9. Corinne Gunn Huey Min (SMK Taman Melawati, Gombak)
10. Hu May Khei (SMK Convent, Taiping)
11. Muhammad Amal Aiman Mohd Yusof (MRSM Kota Baharu)
12. Kuah Jia Ying (SMK Bukit Jambul, Pulau Pinang)
13. Chean Chung Shen (SMK Methodist (ACS) Sitiawan)
14. Ahmad Zhafir Zulkfli@Zulkifli (SBPI Temerloh)
15. Goh Diangde (SMK Derma, Kangar)
16. Ameenah Azman (Kolej Tunku Kurshiah, Seremban)
17. Erin Chuah Wei Yen (SMK Seri Bintang Utara, Kuala Lumpur)
18. Mohamad Syukri Azmi (MRSM Kota Baharu)
19. Muhammad Syafiq Kamarulzaman (SBPI Selandar, Melaka)
20. Neelam Devi Nath (SMK Buloh Kasap, Segamat)
21. Ooi Hui Lynn (SMK Convent Green Lane, Pulau Pinang)
22. Nurliyana Sanusi (MRSM Kota Baharu)
23. Gan Li Fang (SMK Tun Mamat, Tangkak)
24. Muhammad Sallehuddin Mansor (SMK Matang, Perak)
25. Muhammad Izzat Solihuddin (MRSM Tun Ghafar Baba, Melaka)
26. Nurizzati Zainal Nazeri (Kolej Yayasan Saad, Melaka)
27. Khairunnisa Che Bahrun (Maahad Ahmadi, Tanah Merah, Kelantan)
28. Nurulaida Mohd Darus (SBPI Jempol, Negeri Sembilan)
29. Loh Sook Yin (SMK Tinggi St David, Melaka)
30. Malathy a/p Balakrishnan (SMK Ibrahim, Sungai Petani)
Di mana pelajar MCKK? Tidak seorangpun layak utk diberi biasiswa?
29 March 2010
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23 February 2010
Ironinya, dalam kesungguhan kerajaan ingin memartabatkan bahasa Melayu sebagai bahasa kebangsaaan masih kedapatan yang tidak tahu menyurat isi yang tersirat.
Sayang 1 Malaysia, sayang...
16 February 2010
6 February 2010
YAB Lim, u orang Melaka tetapi tarak study sejarah ka? Bikin malu saje :P