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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Tagged (16 Things You're Force To Know About Me!)

Once you've been tagged, you have to write a post with sixteen random things, habits or goals about you. At the end, choose five people to be tagged, listing their names and why you chose them.
Here goes..
1. I love travelling and wish fervently that I am a millionaire so that I can travel anywhere and anytime I like without the need to worry about money,boss and work!
2. I don't like BOD meeting and audit time when it comes!
3. Love eating and still trying to find the time and mood to spark my interest in cooking and learning to cook! haha
4. Starting to try out the organic beauty recipes I found on this great site --> http://leonsbeautytipsandsecrets.com It's simple and more importantly it's chemical free!
5. No matter how, I end up choosing shades of red,yellow and brown when it comes to colour of my choice.
6. I enjoy being in a celebrations (no matter what kind) and I enjoy live show,live concert,live musicals,live anything! hehe (suka menyebuk je)
7. Don't like people who treat other people rudely and do not have any humane and civilised attitude!
8. Need fun, fun and fun to survive! haha
9. Am very loyal (especially to certain products when it suits me really well) but am very blunt too sometimes.
10. Have a very sensitive skin and hormones imbalance and stress can cause me having breakouts! I hate mosquitoes too!
11. Would love to find the time and money to try out all the adventurous things: parasailing,hang gliding, bungee jumping, white water rafting, hiking, mountain biking, diving, snow boarding etc.
12. My biggest issue: MONEY
13. My current worry: Will I ever settle down?
14. I am at my utmost happiest when I am surrounded by my families, my girlfriends, cozy house, breathtaking surroundings,beautiful things and delicious foods!
15. Hate to admit it bit I am a romantic at heart and still trying to find one romantic thing that I had done. Hm, still none! haha
16. Always a dreamer and trying hard to be a doer!
I'm tagging:
1) Diyana Yang
2) Ct Sanah
3) Hanin
4) Aisha
5) Khairunie (hehe hello there!)

Monday, January 26, 2009

Grand Jawa Wedding (Lots and Lots of Foods)

My uncle just had a wedding today. However, being a Melayu Jawa in Meru,Klang and having a wedding celebration is not easy.. mind you, if you know any Malaysian Jawa friends they can vouch for me. They had like 3 days 3 nights of celebration if you are from the bride's side and 2 days 2 nights celebration if you're from the groom's side. It will involve a lot of people, a lot of food, a lot of gossiping, a lot of music, a lot of talks and everything is done on a big scale. Just imagine the havoc it wreaks to prepare a sumptuous and delicious for 2 days or 3 days buffet breakfast,lunch,dinner and supper for the 2000 people attending the wedding!
And 500 peoples attending the weddings are surely your cousins,your grandparents,your uncles,your aunts,nieces and nephews,their parents' parents,long lost relative,distant cousins and every other relatives that you never knew but someway somehow are related to you.Those 500 would be the people who will be helping with the preparation of the food, cooking the food,attending to the food and to wash the dishes. mind you ,there were a lots of washing and cleaning to be done. This tradition is called "rewang" meaning to visit and give help for all the things that need to be done for the wedding.
But all in all, although it is a tiring day, we had fun, catching up, gossiping and stuffing ourselves with lots of delicious foods ^_^V

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

I Love Snapping!

Managed to capture few photos while waiting..
Chrismas mood at The Curve, Damansara











Tuesday, December 9, 2008

9th December 2008


HAPPY BIRTHDAY ABAH!!

Today is his birthday for the 57th time ^__^

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Kids Are Quick!

I've always love jokes. It enlightens one's mood and brighten up the atmosphere. Some of the best jokes comes from our little ones with their innocent faces and direct understanding of the matters at hand.Hoping you'll find these jokes as amusing as I do! Enjoy and laugh your heart out! =)

Kids Are Quick!

TEACHER: Maria, go to the map and find North America .
MARIA: Here it is.
TEACHER: Correct. Now class, who discovered America ?
CLASS: Maria.
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TEACHER: John, why are you doing your math multiplication on the floor?
JOHN: You told me to do it without using tables.
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TEACHER: Glenn, how do you spell 'crocodile?'
GLENN: K-R-O-K-O-D-I-A-L'
TEACHER: No, that's wrong
GLENN: Maybe it is wrong, but you asked me how I spell it.
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TEACHER: Donald, what is the chemical formula for water?
DONALD: H I J K L M N O.
TEACHER: What are you talking about?
DONALD: Yesterday you said it's H to O.
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TEACHER: Winnie, name one important thing we have today that we didn't have ten years ago.
WINNIE: Me!
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TEACHER: Glen, why do you always get so dirty?
GLEN: Well, I'm a lot closer to the ground than you are.
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TEACHER: Millie, give me a sentence starting with 'I.'
MILLIE: I is..
TEACHER: No, Millie..... Always say, 'I am.'
MILLIE: All right... 'I am the ninth letter of the alphabet.'
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TEACHER: George Washington not only chopped down his father's cherry tree, but also admitted it. Now, Louie, do you know why his father didn't punish him?
LOUIS: Because George still had the axe in his hand.
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TEACHER: Now, Simon, tell me frankly, do you say prayers before eating?
SIMON: No sir, I don't have to, my Mom is a good cook.
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TEACHER: Clyde , your composition on 'My Dog' is exactly the same as your brother's. Did you copy his?
CLYDE : No, sir. It's the same dog.
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TEACHER: Harold, what do you call a person who keeps on talking when people are no longer interested?
HAROLD: A teacher

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Captivated By The Towers

While I was driving home from having my fav dinner (cheese naan, dhal and tandoori), I was captivated by one sight. It was drizzling after a heavy rain, I stopped at a red light and I can't resist not using the built-in camera of purple Sony Ericsson K770i ;)

P.S Taken through the car's window, all the small round dots are the droplets of rain on my window

P.S I just can't help rolling down my window after the unimpressive 1st shot and these are what i got before the traffic light's went green hehe The Petronas Twin Tower looks amazing right?

I've only known that this tallest twin building in the world even have a poem of their own penned down by the infamous Datuk A Samad Said when I browse their website.


Di Sisi Menara
oleh Datuk A Samad Said

Di sini pernah berpacuan ribuan kuda
pernah gempita sorak, riang dan kecewa,
di tengah ragam manusia.
Di sini pernah berdesir angin rimba
merengek bisik hewan bebas
rahasia sejarah terpendam dan
pertemuan yang menakjubkan.


Di kening pelangi yang muhibbah
di dalam era yang resah
di atasnya kini indah
mercu menara bangsa
kembar sahabat bunga angkasa.
.

Sisir perak menyerlap girang,
petak kaca mengintan serlah
daun segar, buah ranum, pohon merdeka…
begitu kini kisahnya.
Dan di luar, kanak-kanak lincah kaki
mendengar decak air berbaur hilai
menyaksi salam akrab yang lama,
mengesan bumi berbisik dan
menghayati kudus doa yang restu.
Memang, tapak kaki dari LRT,
dengung hujah deret kereta
meriuhkan kini gedungmu, mengucapkan
selera bangsa,
jerit dan bisik di antara taman dan tasik
di sini masjid comel yang molek.
Negara perlu berwajah dalam kocak masa;
ia perlu bersuara dari lidah rimba…bisik yang malu;
Kepada lidah kota…jerit yang maju. Negara perlu
bersuara bagi warisan datangnya.
Ia adalah suara anak bermain air,
senyum ke hati keluarganya;
ia menggemakan irama industri dalam
santun hemahnya;
ia mercu waktu, dalam senyap batin,
tetap berdetak bangga.

Dalam alam yang pernah rimba
kini suara kota berani
mengucapkan hasrat dan hajat bangsa…
menyatakan kemerdekaan dan jatidirinya.
Kita melihat sisik dan tingkap,
kerlip dan mercu, kita separuh kagum,
separuh terharu. Menara sehebat ini
memancar watak negara, mengimbasi
tokoh yang berfikir, merancang dan memungkinkan.
Ia mercu bakal mempunyai
sejarah dan suaranya sendiri.

Di sini, menara sisik kembang perak
yang mengerlip jernih menjulang
ke dada angkasa, membisikkan cekal dan
azam bangsa. Bangun dari tidur sejarah,
cermat dan cergas, didakap sihat
sinar mentari, cerdas dan waras, senyum
bangsa yang sanggup bermimpi, dan
mimpi itu kini mercu bistari.


Ia kini menjadi bendera berkibar perkasa
dalam hati kita yang bersyukur.
Ia menjadi suara yang ingin bermaruah
dalam hajat kita yang luhur.
Ia adalah mercu mimpi yang bening,
mengenyit dari jauh, mengerlip dari dekat…
Ia nyatakan pencapaian tulus satu bangsa
yang bergolak bangun dari gelora dunia
dengan tangannya sendiri. Ia, demi warisan,
adalah rindu angin yang mengejar dan mengucup
dari sejarah abad ke celek alaf.


Ia visi pemimpin yang ingin bercakap kepada dunia,
bahawa dari peta biasa bangsa kecil juga bermaruah.


Ia adalah malam dan siang fikiran;
sejuk dan panas perasaan;
jernih dan keruh pertanyaan;
ia denyut hatinurani yang
sentiasa dewasa dan waja
oleh pelbagai prasangka.Betapapun
pencapaian kita dalam serba
ragu dan bangga,kini dalam
kembar bersambut dalam damai
dan syukur dari bumi sendiri.


Dan ia akan sentiasa serasa
dengan hujan dan angin,dan
sentiasa serasi dengan sinar mentari
mencari lidah dan telinga yang setia
membisikkan hasrat bangsa
yang pernah terjajah,
yang kini merdeka, dan ingin terus bahagia!!


By the Towers
by
Datuk A Samad Said

Here a thousand racehorses once spurred,
amidst thunderous applause, cheerful and despairing,
masking men's myriad manners.
Here forest winds once rustled,
whispering whimpers of freed animals.
Secrets of history hidden and of wondrous encounters.

Within the rainbow's embrace,
in restless unsettled era,
now stands sublime
the nation's summit
the Twin Towers blossoms of the sky.

Silver scales shining merrily,
glass slabs glittering brightly,
fresh leaves, ripe fruits,
unrestrained branches…
such is the story now.

And in its grounds, children, free-footed
listen to water splashing amidst laughter,
witness the greeting of close friends,
watch the world whispering by and
revere the blessing of holy prayers.

Certainly, footsteps from LRT, droning from cars
now enliven your building,
expressing the people's aspiration,
shouts and whispers twilxt garden and lake
alongside the lovely beautiful mosque.
This nation needs a countenance
in these changing times;
it needs to speak from forest tongues…of shy whispers;
to city tongues of confident shouts.
This nation needs to speak for future generations.
It is the voice of children playing water,
smiling into the hearts of families;
it echoes the rhythm of industries
in its courteous speeches;
it is the peak of time, it is the silence of souls,
it pulsates proudly.

In a world which was once a jungle
but is now a city of brave voices
speaking the hopes and dreams of nation…
affirming freedom and confidence.
We look at scales and windows
blinking and towering, we are amazed,
and awed.
The Twin Towers issue forth the nation's character,
inspiring the leader who thought, planned and made
it all possible.
It is a monument,
which will have its own history and voice.

Here, a silver ascending tower
soaring and shining brightly
towards the sky, whispering the nation's resolve and purpose.
Awakening from history's slumber,
astute and active, embraced healthily
by the sun's ray, matured and wise, the smiles
of a nation that dares to dream and
that dream now a towering, shining reality.

It becomes a flag billowing mightily
in our grateful hearts.
It becomes a voice yearning for respect
in our sincere hopes.
It is the epitome of our pure dreams,
winking from afar, glittering from a near..
it states the determined achievement of the nation
which braved the world's turmoil
on its own efforts.
It's for future generations,
it's the yearning win pursuing and embracing this centennial history
into the new millennium.

It is vision of the leader wanting to dare the world,
that from an ordinary map a tiny nation can still be dignified.

It is night and day thoughts;
the clarity and turbidity of questions;
the cold and heat of emotions;
it is pulsating quintessential heart, which
is ever matured and made steely
by varied prejudices. No matter,
our achievement with all its doubts and pride,now is
twice proclaimed in peace and gratitude;
it now stands
and speaks from its own land.

And it will always be in tune
with the rain and wind, and
always be in accord with the
rays of the sun,
searching for loyal tongues and ears
whispering the hopes of a nation
which was once colonized,
but it is now free and whishes
to continue being blessed!!

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Work Hard To Earn The Rewards

I don't have much time to write. It's 1.43pm according to the notebook clock. I've had nasi lemak with sambal kerang (milk-tasty rice with spicy cockles) for lunch (which was supposed to be my breakfast). I've bank-in all the important cheque and money to the relevant parties. I've called my lifesaver (my plastic cards) centre to update on my coming whereabout. I've paid all the must paid bills and transferred some to my mom (yeehaa). I've successfully overload my beloved and tough orangey (she's sure one tough gal enduring me and all the "small things") with the much needed liquid to keep her moving and going. I'm still swamped with works but I'll just post this pic to cheer me up and reminds me that after all the hard work, I'm going to be there and experience it myself in the end! yeaaay!

Source: http://www.gothailand.com

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Beyonce - Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)

While browsing through one of my favourite blog: Working Girl, Working Girl Two had put up this fabulous video by Beyonce and I am instantly taken with the moves, upbeat tunes and catchy lyrics!

Beyonce - Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)

All the single ladies (7x)
Now put your hands up
Up in the club, we just broke up
I’m doing my own little thing
Decided to dip but now you wanna trip
Cuz another brother noticed me
I’m up on him, he up on me
dont pay him any attention
cried my tears, for three good years
Ya can’t be mad at me

[Chorus]
Cuz if you liked it then you should have put a ring on it
If you liked it then you shoulda put a ring on it
Don’t be mad once you see that he want it
If you liked it then you shoulda put a ring on it

(Chorus)

I got gloss on my lips, a man on my hips
Got me tighter than my Dereon jeans
acting up, drink in my cup
I couldn't care less what you think
I need no permission, did I mention
Dont pay him any attention
Cuz you had your turn
But now you gonna learn
What it really feels like to miss me

(Chorus)

Don’t treat me to the things of this world
I’m not that kind of girl
Your love is what I prefer, what I deserve
Is a man that makes me, then takes me
And delivers me to a destiny, to infinity and beyond
Pull me into your arms
Say I’m the one you want
If you don’t, you’ll be alone
And like a ghost I’ll be gone

All the single ladies (7x)
Now put your hands up

(Chorus)

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Building Up The Excitement!

Can't wait for these!!


Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaeltflickrpics


Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lydd


Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kathrynaaker



Source: www.placesonline.com


Source: www.seedingbit.com

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Heavenly Cheese Naan And Finger Licking Dhal

If you ever have time and are in this are
--> No 11 & 13, Jalan Medan Tuanku, 50300 Kuala Lumpur
do drop by and have heavenly cheese naan, finger licking dhal and spicy tandoori chicken in this restaurant

their signature cheese naan --> heavily stuffed with sliced mozzarella cheese yummy yummy I always feel like I'm eating pizza whenever i have this.. (I'm feeling the taste of cheese while I'm writing this down) Price: RM 5.00

Their plain naan is also just nice with just the right touch of fluff and texture. Price: RM 1.50


Do ask for the dhal to go along with your naan and tandoori chicken. It will only be cook when it is ordered and it is served fresh and hot! Really bring up the aroma of the spices and taunting your taste bud! Price: RM 2.00