Friday, December 31, 2010

ARC weddings (^^)

The weather was brilliant that day. Excitement was pulsating in our nerves for it was the big day of one of our ARC besties~ Doned in our colourful baju kurung with our hands clutching elegant handbags, we were boiling to take dozens of pictures to immortalize the moments~

The groom, an ex-president of arc, gleamed at us in delight; perhaps proud that we have made it to his big day.

"I'm glad you girls made it! Let me introduce all of you to my wife and parents"

We towed in line behind our friend. The smell of his Black Polo perfume mingled with the air and he was undeniably more handsome than ever that day. Maybe that's what they called 'Seri Pengantin'

"Mom, these are GG, Mida and Shifaa. We climbed the mountains together back in university"

Pleased meeting us, his mom said, "oo0o0!! Welcome girls!!"

We engaged into a chat; filling her in with the details of our long journey to the wedding and brief accounts of the memories we had with the groom back during our climbing days. Then, she suddenly blurt out,

"So, when is your turn???"

Gg's face instantly turned red. Mida and Shifaa exchanged looks then Mida honestly replied in a sheepish tone

"Belom ada calon lagi,makcik.."

Upon hearing that, she reacted with an incredulous expression which gradually change into a sincere sympathetic loving gaze at the three girls. Patting our shoulders she said,

"InshaAllah tak lame lagi.. Makcik doakan"

-The End-

Ok.. Let me get this straight first. Actually this is a fantasy that the three of us created in one of the nights spent in our soggy tent during our transpeak expedition hehe we tried so hard to keep our voice low and was suffering from abdominal muscle cramps from trying to keep our laughters at bay.

So the two ARC ex-presidents are married now and I'm going to attend don's reception tomorrow. In this post I would like to congratulate my two best buddies \(^^)/

This is Judin and his bride Fazrina aka Apath
I couldn't make it to his wedding. Permission denied by my parents because I was just back from Terengganu.
The time sure flow so0o0o fast.. I remember Judin telling Mida and me about his plans to get married when we were in Satay Zul. I guess, we were amongst the first to know and was shell shocked!

Don and Sarah.. Can't wait for tomorrow!!!


Well, I've been climbing with these guys for at least three years and I can say these guys are amongst the best of guy friends that I've ever had. We've been through the ups and downs that outdoor adventures had offered and these two girls are sure lucky (^^)

So I guess the two of you are officially "hanging the haversacks" ya??? hehe

So... who's next????? hehe

I'm giving way for all of you to go first because.... I've serious climbing to do hahaha :P
I'm not kidding :)

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Beginning today~

I found this in one of the inspirational website that I subscribed and I thought this is very nice and worthy to be shared with the rest of yous. This basically emphasize about living each day to the fullest.. Very very nice.. Here goes

Beginning today I will no longer worry about yesterday. It is in the past and the past will not change. Yet I can change by choosing to do so.

Beginning today I will no longer worry about tomorrow. Tomorrow will always be there waiting for me to make the most of it.

Beginning today I will look in the mirror, and I will see a person worthy of my respect and admiration. This capable person looking back at me is someone I enjoy spending time with and someone I would like to get to know better.

Beginning today I will cherish each moment of my life. I value this gift and unselfishly share it to enhance the lives of others.

Beginning today I will take a moment to step off the beaten path to revel in the mysteries I encounter. I will face challenges with courage and determination. I will overcome barriers that hinder my growth.

Beginning today I will take life one day at a time, one step at a time. Discouragement will not taint my positive self-image, my desire to succeed, or my capacity to love.

Unknown Author

Post it here so I can look at it whenever I feel like it (^^)

Friday, December 24, 2010

Congrats My Dear!!! (^^)

I'm a very proud sister right now. The best birthday present ever was when I received a phone call from my cousin telling me she got straight A's!!!!!

Yup!!! Nurul Maizura got straight A's for her PMR!!!!

Well, I've been the bench mark when it comes to academic achievement in our very small family. Honestly, I'm very glad to let the 'little ones' to surpass what I've achieved. Records are meant to be broken, don't they?

O yeah, the brother Izan scored his UPSR with 4A 1B and I'm very proud to0 (^^)

Little ones, continue to pursue success in this world and the hereafter.

The heart of a Muslim is sincere
The heart of a Muslim is strong
The heart of a Muslim is filled with love
The heart of a Muslim does not lie
And the heart of a Muslim does what's right

\\(".) Praise be to Allah for the blessings bestowed upon us

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

24... An endeavour and a promise..

As I remember... In the past.. I had asked for the same thing during my birthdays...

When I was 20.. I was immobilized for many months due to a fractured left femur. It was christmas when the girls threw a surprise party for me right after halaqah... I was surprised alright.. I even asked, "Whose birthday is this??" after they finished singing the birthday song.. Yes.. That night I'd wept and asked for the same thing while all my friends were asleep...

When I was 22.. I was roaming helplessly in the valley of 'lost'. Left the only guy that I've ever loved.. And was losing my own self-esteem, losing trust and was struck by a myriad of despair. My brother noticed my bloodshot eyes from crying day and night. He arranged a picnic on my birthday and I was given the task to prepare everything.. I guessed he wanted me to get busy with something and stop crying.. And amidst the sound of the gentle wave, with tears pooling in my eyes I'd asked for the same thing again and I'd made a promise that day..

I'd asked Allah to give me STRENGTH and for this year I'm going to ask for STRENGTH again~

I say, I'm currently in a transition phase; that is escaping my 'regulated' world and entering the 'real' world. I've to admit, I can be classified as the zany type, who seem to never run out of ideas for antics. But all this while I've actually been living in a 'regulated' world..

My first 'regulated' world was SMSL.. Al-mathurat before maghrib.. Congregational prayers.. Al-mulk and Yassin before bed.. Usrah and Qiamulail during weekends...

Then I moved on to UIA.. The Garden of Knowledge and VIRTUE.. Well, the difference between UIA and SMSL is that in UIA you don't have seniors pushing you to do all those religious rituals and obligations. But there's this aura in UIA that'll drive you to actually observe all those things; which is very good in my opinion..

But now, I'm in the 'REAL' world.. Still in the process of adapting to it.. New acquaintances are made day by day and they are from different walks of life and of different backgrounds and beliefs.. And not all of them understand my belief and my practices..

The 'REAL' world is, to me, very challenging.. That is why I beseech strength from the Almighty so that I won't be drifted away by the current of change. I'm totally aware that even when there's variance in the sense of the way my new friends and I socialize, it is really up to me to figure out how to uphold my conscience amidst this new environment.

I also need strength to evade all wasteful temptations. Now that my pocket is autmatically filled at the end of the month, I really would want the rizq that I've been working for to be chanelled into the right path and not just to fulfill my lavish desires.

I need physical strength to fulfill all my obligations; may it be career-wise, religion-wise and family-wise. Without physical strength, I won't be able to give equal attention to all these things which are very important to me.

Finally, I beseech strength to keep my PROMISE...

Happy 24th Birthday Haziah~
Be strong~

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

My Cousin's Wedding: Labuan Style (^^)

28th November 2011 was my cousin's (Maslyn) wedding. I took a flight from KK on Friday night and it was sure a bumpy one because it was raining quite heavily that night. I missed the akad nikah and was already late for the 'malam berinai'. When I arrived, it was already the photography session and some relatives were already preoccupied with the karaoke set.

We were amongst the early birds for the big event on Sunday. Well, each of us were given our own task so that was why we were so early. Actually a few minutes before this pic was taken, I was still in my track suit and t-shirt and was carrying watermelons and some other things hehe

This is my cousin's pelamin. Very nice indeed!

So here's how we do it in Labuan... Firstly when the groom arrive, they'll exchange greetings and then one of the bride's family member will recite some doa and selawat before allowing the groom to enter. And the the groom will be brought to circle an umbrella for 7 times. But these days people simplified this practice with only doing so for 3 times

And then comes the besanding part. The tepung tawar thingy was done during malam berinai so basically during the besanding, the newly weds just sit there and let people look at them and take pictures. (^^)

Here's my favourite part of all! \(^^)/ Makan suap suap!
I actually don't know what's the formal name for this. This is just what I created myself since I was little. What I like about this one is that actually the pengantin belumba2 suap. There are 3 rounds so they belumba la sapa bole kasi habes the 3 rounds first..

Masa kecil2 dulu, my cousin and I always curi makan the pengantin leftovers. Orang tua2 cakap nanti cepat kawen. My cousin suda kawen.. Me belom lagi hehe So I think what the orang tua said is so not true hehe

This is our family photo with the pengantin. At the centre there, that's auntie Maranih, the bride's mom (^^)

Then after photography session with family and friends, comes the 'potong kek'. When I was little, they usually do this on Sunday nights. So, in the past it was nikah on Friday, malam berinai on Saturday, bersanding on Sunday (usually morning to midday) and then the ceremony ended with potong kek on Sunday night. But now, everybody is so busy that everything is done in one or two days.

As you can see my cousin is wearing cheong sam there. Well, we have some chinese blood in us but for my cousin Maslyn, her dad is chinese. So she's like more chinese than all of us.. Get it?? Hurm.. I'm also little confuse with what I'm trying to say here

So here's another family picture with the pengantin..
And then we went to Grand Dorsette to enjoy the fo0d festival hehe :P

So that's it.. The Wedding: Labuan style (^^)/

OPS cari mentua.. haha :P

Saturday, December 11, 2010

On belay! Climbin'! (^^)/

I've been missing the mountains.. And I've found a substitute to fill this empty space in my heart...


This is nothing new.. I know... But these days.. I mean recently, I'm just addicted to wall climbing...

I go to Sabah Indoor Climbing Centre (SICC) in Likas at least twice a week...
I could stay there for hours...
And when I got home, the routes that I failed to finish is just mind boggling...
My mind are still processing on how I could actually finish the routes...
The thoughts would hover for days.. That is until my next visit to SICC...
It's like an infection... A brain infection :P

I even bought two climbing books \(^^)/

This one is filled with lots of pics and basically talks about the essentials in rock climbing. Most suitable for beginners like me. And what I like the most about this one is that it's so easy to understand that I can share it with my young bros and cousins

Align Center

This one is more of a motivational book with lots of inspiring words.. The things mentioned is, to me, even applicable in other daily activities. Mainly about attaining success and about having the correct, unshakable determination to finish up what we've started and intend to finish in excellence. One of the phrase in this book that caught my attention...

"In deviating from the flatlands of everyday existence, we take lif eto another dimension that bonds mind a nd body in a highly distinct way. Our senses and emotions are amplified as we experience the acute pains and pleasures, and heightened awareness unique to our crucible to the vertical world"

Well said indeed~ (^^)

And this is what you've to go to work with when you'd hours and hours of training for three consecutive days hehe

Hurm.. I'm not really sure of what I'm aiming for with all the hard work and trainings.. But they just gives me this feeling of content..

It would be really nice to become a world class climber~ But starting at 24.. That's quite late.. huhu

Nak hubby gini la... Supaya I can continue climbing hehe blonde, tall and handsome haha

Mountains... Don't worry... You're irreplacable.. I miss yous... T_T
O0o0 angin~ sampaikan rinduku pada gunung ganang~

Monday, December 6, 2010

BFF's wedding #1 MEKWA!!!

I've abandoned my dear blog for weeks now.. Well, I was actually away during the weekends that I don't have time to update it. I usually do so on Friday nights. But for the past few weeks, Friday nights was meant for ronggeng in Terengganu with Matmin and wife and also last week I was on the flight bound to Labuan to attend my dear cousin's wedding (^^)

So here goes the pics from the first wedding of Rx5 the girls.. Nur Salwa Abdul Halim, my dear ex-roommate for 4 years. I definitely was looking forward for her wedding and wont miss it for the world! I swam the south china sea if I have to!!!

Here's the signage to her house.. When I first saw this, there was this odd feeling in my heart.. It was sort of a mixture of happiness and at the same time a pinch of... hurm.. sorrow.. It's not that I'm not happy with the wedding and I'm not jealous (please la~).. But it was like this sorrow that appear when you have to let go of something precious.. yeah~ it was like that~

The Rx girls~ That's Matmin's wife, Along, clad in purple on the left. Miftah and Ciey, our dear Rx6 junior was also present. It took us some time to make everybody to look at the camera.. Mida and Shifaa and Mar were busy with their Samsung android phones haha

Can you spot any 'nur' from some faces who are going to get married so0n???

These are the Rx guys.. Rx5 and Rx6.. Hurm.. I've few pics of them :P

So here's Mekwa and hubby hehe Please focus at the linking hands ye..
Mekwa was gripping her hubby's hand so tightly that we were afraid his fingers would tecabot!

The newly wed and Rx5 girls who made it to Mekwa's wedding (^^)
I really wish there were more of us.. It could've been merrier if there were more.. But surprisingly.. Even in this small amount, we did manage to make quite a lot of noise :P

Not in the pics: Girls from Klate

Me & Mekwa~

Mekwa, now a wife..
All those years... When I used to...

Come into her compartment every morning just to take boiled water for my Milo...
Ruin her bedsheet yang tegang just to have a short conversation and then leave..
Just roll around when she woke me up for Subuh prayer...

Just seem like yesterday~

How life can change so fast~

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Today was a fairy tale~

I've to admit that I was hurt so badly in the past that these days I tend to involuntarily roll my eyes or scowl and somewhat disgusted when I saw any love quotes. A little bit skeptical when watching love stories unless it is a story that relates family love and friendship rather than just about that "special someone" thingy... But what I saw today in the nephrology ward made me think

"I guess prince charming does exist~"


I was doing my clerking routine and it was a Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) infection case. A middle age man with a woman on a wheel chair arrived at the bedside and the man greeted me with a salam.. "Assalamualaikum.."

I was browsing the case note, but since we human have stereoscopic vision and have very powerful ears for eavesdropping, so I actually notice every single thing that the couple was doing hehe

When they arrived, the pakcik carried his wife onto the bed and he did this by reciting bismillah. At first I thought he carried her because she was too weak to stand up. But then from the case note, I realized that actually her right knee was amputated.

The makcik was a little bit grumpy and was complaining on this and that.. I guess she was all stressed out with her illness and the not so comfortable ward surrounding. But the pakcik remained calm and was smiling as he listen to her complaints. Then he started to comb her hair and again he started with bismillah..

The makcik was still complaining when he finished combing her hair. Then, he took out a container filled with bihun and handed it to his wife and said

"Nda apa... Kita makan dulu ya. Lepas ni kita bincang~" and he said this with a smile.. I seriously felt like crying!!! Where on earth can I find a guy like this!!!!!!!????

This occasion also remind me about another husband who was taking care of his physically impaired and mentally ill wife in HTAA when I was still a student. During our conversation I asked

"Pakcik tak kerje ke arini?"

"Pakcik kerje sendiri. Tapi sejak makcik sakit kadang2 je la baru kerje. Kene jage isteri.. Sebelum ni die da jage makan minum kite, jage kite mase sakit, bagi kite anak2, besarkan anak2.. Sekarang mase kite jage die pulak.."

I remember feeling this lump in my throat upon hearing this.. It was so touching. Naseb baek I could handle my emotional outburst from bursting hahaha

To think back about these husbands, I guess fairy tale does exist.. Happily ever after does happen.. \\(".) I definitely would want someone like the two husbands. Who'll stay by my side during rise and fall..

Myspace Love Graphics Quotes

Yeah~ even harder than climbing the mountains and wall climbing.. Trust is something that I don't easily give away~

Monday, November 8, 2010

Schematic answer...

I've never imagined being 24 is as hard.. You know why, right?? It's that one question that keeps on bombarding you everywhere you go.. Even strangers tend to torture you with such question..

One time, a taxi driver promptly asked me the question though I was actually in his cab for less than 10 minutes..

"Orang yang da grad ni selalunye perkahwinan la yang akan menyusul.. Adik ni bile??"

It was like a pang on my face. Like a lightning striking my aorta. And my cousin's ominous laughter from the back seat was like a thunder to my delicate ear.. And it was this occasion that have led me to develop one schematic answer for any questions related to when I'm going to get married... The schematic answer...

"InshaAllah tahun depan~"

Haha.. Well, I experimented the 'schematic answer' for a few times and the most common following question would be "With who??" I'll think of another schematic answer for that one.. But for now, this is my schematic answer.. Everytime someone ask me that question I dread most...

"InshaAllah tahun depan~"

"InshaAllah tahun depan~"

"InshaAllah tahun depan~"

on and on and on until it finally comes :P

Thursday, November 4, 2010

The Lost Choice~

To tell you the truth, this book has been shelved for quite some time (probably more than a year). I finally had this hunch to read it somewhere during Ramadhan. And man! this book is actually amazing! I should've read it earlier~ I'm not really sure if everybody would love this one as much as I do, but I was definitely touched by the plots...

The story is actually about a couple's effort to unravel the mystery of an object that their little son found in the ditch. They were intrigued by its ancient looks and by the message written on it which was traslated by an acquaintance.. The message reads "By your hand, the people shall be saved". They later found out there were other similar objects with different messages.

They persistently dug for information and later found that these objects were once possesed by great people in history.. And every now and then the author actually takes us back in time to appreciate the deeds of the great people meantioned..

George Washington Carver
Alfred Vanderbilt
Oskar Schindler
John Adams and Jonas Salk
Queen Elizabeth I
Joan of Arc etc.

The story was made so interesting that I actually googled all the names and yeah.. They were like unsung heroes; only known to those keen of history, I presume.. Let me share with you some of my favourite parts in the book..

George Washington Carver made a lot of discoveries during his lifetime and he has this one habit that amazed me to the hilt. He regulary woke up at four every morning to 'talk' to God and will ask for inspiration and after that he'll start his work in the laboratory. His 'conversation' with God was specific.. He asked speific things such as "why God made peanut" and most of the time he is answered.. When you read this part of the book, you'll definitely see that Carver was asking God on how he could contribute to the people everyday..

It was dawned on me while reading this part of the book that this is very applicable to Muslims since we are obliged for morning prayers.. We could pray and ask Allah to enlighten us on what to do to contribute to the people each day... I mean, in a more specific way...

Another story that extremely moved my soul was the story about Alfred Vanderbilt. A millionaire from an eminent family in American history. He board the Lusitania bound to Liverpool and this unfortunate vessel was actually topedoed by the Germans (man! my favourite team~) and sunk into the Atlantic ocean in 18 minutes; that's thirteen times faster than the Titanic!

His deed? He actually gave his life jackets to others as the ship sank and he did this twice! (and that's why life jacket is plural there) He also collected as many life jackets he could find and fastened them on children. He perished along with his valet. And I did cry while reading this part.. This is something that I don't think I could do..

There's this part that moved me most

"The world has just set onto a better path. And that path will echo through generations because of your actions today"

T_T cry cry cry~

All in all, this book actually emphasize that every individual has their own part to play in making this world a better place fo everyone. It's just a matter of choice... There's one part that says something like

"What you do matters, what you don't do actually also matters but we seldom realize that"

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Eerie oncall~ (~_~)

To make this post more melodramatic.. Please click PLAY on the youtube window..

It was a Tuesday night on the week of my first oncall... The tapping sound of my fingers hitting against my latptop keyboard echoed amidst the awkward silence in our humble home. Significant enough to indicate that I was the only one awake. It was only 10.30 pm when the ringtone 'I'll be' resound from my handphone. The word HQE was flashing on the screen...

"Hello, Good evening.. Are you the Pharmacist oncall?? We need you to supply..."

I told the staff nurse that I'll be there in a few minutes. I was actually prepared that night. I thought that instead of wearing pyjamas or a sleeping gown, I should wear something decent to sleep so that I could straight away rush to the hospital in the middle of the night.

At the hospital...

The drug requested was actually a controlled item. So, I needed to see for myself the patients' case notes to decide whether to give or not since they were newly transferred from another hospital. I went to the ward and after a brief discussion with the HO oncall, I left with my hand still clutching the drug.

My mind was actually elsewhere as I stroll in the alley just infront of the neurology ward. I was rejustifying my discretion when I heard the rattling sound of rusty wheels. I noticed a van parked on the porch to my right but was too preoccupied with my thoughts and presumed that a patient was being transferred. Then my steps were halted..

A stretcher loomed from the a door on my left. The figure on it was covered with a green cloth, which was pretty weird since I usually saw patients covered in white blankets. Then I realized.. The cloth covering the figure was inscribed with Jawi writtings and the van on my right was actually a Van Jenazah. I was like...

O my God!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Masa aku mau drive sorang2 la kamu mau angkat jenazah depan aku!!!!!!

I glanced at my watch, it was already 12.30 am. I stood there and waited for the whole process to be done. And when it was finally over, I continue my pace towards the pharmacy; trying hard to maintain my cool though actually my heart was thumping hard.. Really hard...

I'm known to my friends as someone who has no sense emergency as well as someone who is kind of fearless (I couldn't find any other word actually). I could stay alone in my hostel block for days and I was brave enough to wander around the block alone during the witching hour too. When watching horror movies, I stayed calm and was always confused to why my friends were afraid of a particular scene.

But this was no horror movie, this was a reality..And I was the main actress driving alone in my car, cruising on the dark solitary road. I so often glance at the rear mirror to see if anything followed me..(Psycho Haziah~) I was then relieved when I finally reach our housing compound.

Then I saw the stray dogs still panting on the side of the road.. I thought

Fuh.. at least some living creatures are still awake at this hour..

But then suddenly the dogs stood and started to bark at my car and when I passed them, they started to chase my car. This is unprecedented. I usually come back at night and they've always been friendly. Then my imagination started to go wild.. I started to reminisce the scene in Jangan Pandang Belakang where there's a Pontianak flying above the car.. (psycho again~)

When I reach my house, I switched off the engine, went out of the car and actually looked around to see if there is anything following me. Well there was nothing. But if there was, I must've missed it...

There were some other occurences during my oncall week that I don't feel like it's appropriate to write it here but I've decided to take it as an experience to take lessons from.. My mom in the effort to console me said this...

"You can choose either to be an ordinary pharmacist or a good one or even better; a pharmacist that people seek consultation from.. And from that choice, you decide how to react towards all the hardship~ either to take it positively or negatively.. Either to learn from it and become better.. Or to ignore it, learn nothing from it and stay at the same level that you are already in..."

I've chosen my option.. What's yours..??? By our hand, the people shall be saved and by our hand also, the people shall perish and it's all depends on our choice.. (Actually related to my next post :P)

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Polygamous ME~

This post is not accompanied with the intention to show off. This is just something that spark in my mind while staring at the ceiling as I allow my comfortable mattress to absorb all the tiredness from work.

People say, you give everything to the one you love..
Hubby #1 MyVilla~

I sure invest a lot for this guy.. Fuel, monthly payment, weekly 'bath' & periodical service.. A lot!
But he sure brings a lot of convenience in return (^^)v

A lot of people asked me why ORANGE?? Well, it's because it makes me feel MACHO! hahaha :P

People say, the one you love makes your life easier..

Hubby #2 iPodolski

I spent a sleepless night thinking of how to tell my dad that I need his credit card to purchase this. And guess what, when I raised the matter during sahur, he immediately nod and said "Okay, let's do the transaction after this".. I was like... I spent a sleepless night okay!!!! Can't you make it a little bit harder to get... Urgh~ Knowing him, I really thought he would ask me a lot of questions before agreeing..

But iPodolski sure helps me alot especially when I need to find drug interactions or need a quick peek on some drugs or diseases that I'm not familiar with

People say, the one you love takes you higher

Hubby #3 Mesut Evolv
*Nama ini sangat lari.. Mesut Ozil.. Evolv??? Duh!

They literally takes me higher hehe higher above the ground.. Love them very much although not that comfortable.. This is a new hobby to substitute my hiking days that I miss soooooo much...

People say you would want to spend the rest of your life
with the one you love

Hubby #4

O0o0o0ps! Still not available.. haha want this one to be of flesh and bones.. :p

Thursday, October 14, 2010

My Convocation Speech~

First and foremost, I would like to extend my utmost gratitude towards Allah, the Creator of all being for it is by His will that I am what I am today.. Thank you Allah for all the gifts that You've bestowed upon me.. It is also Him Who'd grant me with loving and supportive family and companions that've made my journey in the path of seeking knowledge more easier than it could've been if I was to walk alone.. Praise be to You Ya Rabb...

Secondly, my billion, trillion or even zillion thanks are extended to my family members especially to my parents. Like other parents, my mom and dad sure did a lot of things to ensure that I grow up to be someone that excels. But what is most meaningful to me is that they were able to work together although they have been seperated for more than a decade to ensure that I'm provided with the best of neccesaties. To my other family members, my brothers, my stepmom, aunts, uncles and cousins.. Thank you for making this world so beautiful for us all. May we continue to work towards excellence in the world & the hereafter.. InshaAllah~

This is where I sought the knowledge of Pharmacy that I now use to contribute to the people (though actually in Kuantan campus)
I also would like to extend my gratitude to all my lecturers who've been so dedicated in educating us (^^)
Here, I also found something else....

I found loyal and sincere companions..
Congratulations to all of you.. Alhamdulillah that all of us were able to walk the stage together this year (^^)
Now let's continue our journey by contributing with what we know..

Another loyal friends...
Distance may put us apart but our hearts stayed together all those years..
These are the girls who've always been there for me to0 (^^)
Tiada dalam gambar: Zarina c pengantin baru

I learnt what it felt like to fall in love, endure heartbreak, strive to move on and what it meant to delude hate and gradually forgive. Credit to my mom who reminded me the importance of respect and integrity despite being hurt ever so severely.. (^^)
This is one of my greatest lesson in life..

I found my passion.. That is to BE ONE WITH NATURE..

These are the people whom I'd explored the jungles and mountains with.
Being with them, I sure learn the true meaning of mutual respect and teamwork..
We shared laughters, tears and fartsssss hahaha

Good Bye UIA... (^^)/

Friday, October 8, 2010

Lelaki tua yang gatal itu...

This occured to me somewhere in June this year.. And here goes...

I was in the LRT, on the way to meet my friend when suddenly I felt the vibration of my phone...

A: Hello. Assalamualaikum. G, ko da katne?

G: W'salam. Aku dalam train lagi ni ha.. Jauh lagi ni.. Ko katne?

A: Aku da sampai da. Eyh, ko ade mood nak bekenalan tak?

G: Hah??? Mood nak bekenalan??? Ape pulak ni... aish~

A: Hahaha! Xde ah.. Aku baru kenal sorang ni. Die Consultant Engineer. Umur 27 and single. Aku nak kenalkan die ngan ko..

G: Hensem tak?? (dengan nada malas nak layan~)

A: Aku pon baru nak jumpe die la ni.

G: Hoi! Gile ke ape??? Ko ni kenal die cane ni?? Scary gile!!!

A: Hahaha panjang ceritenye.. Nanti aku story.. Aku nak kenalkan kat ko lah.. Engineer Consultant tu.. Stable weyh~

G: Hahaha! Oit.. Ko ni gile la.. Geli gile kenal2 gini.. Aku tak mau la!

A: Aku bukan ape.. Aku kesian kat ko je.. Die da on the way nih..

G: Oit! ko ni.. Bahaye kot! Eyh ko jangan gi jumpe die sorang2. Tunggu aku sampai dulu.. Ade2 je la..

A: Hahaha! ko datang la tengok dulu. Mane tau bekenan..

G: Geli ok!!!!!!!!! hahaha

After the conversation ended, I quickly send a text message to a friend...

"F, bole tak mesej gg tanpa henti dalam mase 20 minit lagi? Ade kawan gg ni nak kenalkan dengan guy mane tah.. Kalo kite mesej2 nampak cam da ade pakwe hehe bole ye??"

Luckily F agreed..

As I walk towards the meeting place, my mind was actually filled with wild imaginations..

What if he's a criminal??
What if he wants to hurt us??
What if he's a rapist!!!????

When I arrived, I was shell shocked!!!! Why??? That so called 27 year old guy looked much older than my dad!!! Wait... That doesn't sound right.. Hurm... He looked SEVERAL TIMES older than my dad!!!!!! Like around his 50's~ I SWEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!

Looking at his seniority, I guess my mental state had directed me to treat and response to him like I always did when I meet my friends' dads~ So.. Yeah~ I guess I was kind of polite during the short meeting. When he drove away with his Waja, I said to my friend..

G: A, itu 27!!!??? A, kalo die kate die laki orang anak 7 aku pecaye.. Gile ok!!!!!!! Tu aku rase, laki orang tengah cari skandal!!!!!!! Scary gile!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I was freaking out like hell and started to nag~ I just couldn't accept it. I couldn't accept us meeting a total stranger which of course super duper dangerous. And I'm very sure that old guy was actually searching for prey to be his scandal! Biarlah bersangka buruk pon. I'm seriously sure my instinct is to be trusted...

A few minutes later my friend hand over her cellphone to me. A text message was displayed on the screen..

"Saye tak bekenan la dengan kawan awak tu. Die nampak skema"

I burst into laughter KAHKAHKAHKAH!!!!!!!

Alhamdulillah~ Takpe skema.. Yang penting tak terjebak~

Friday, September 24, 2010

"My dad's death" as told by a 5 year-old

Do you know what fascinates me most in this world?? It's the stages in human growth.. From being a helpless infant, we grow into an innocent toddler and then into a hyperactive child and so on.. And I always find a child's mind is totally amazing.. From knowing nothing, we then start to understand and at the age of 5 or so, I found most kids just can't stop talking, very straight forward and opiniated..

I wish I could remember what was in my mind during my childhood because I was a chatterbox back then. One occassion that my family often recall to me was when I had this minor surgery on my left sole. NO anaesthetic was given and it was painful! I screamed on top of my lungs

"KAMU DOCTOR MEMANG NDA BERPERI KEMANUSIAAN!!!" and I was only 7 years old!!!! I'd no idea where that word came from.. "berperi kemanusiaan" is kind of bombastic for a 7 year-old, don't you think??

Yesterday evening, Idham open up to me the accounts of his father's death in front of his very own eyes and this is how it was told...

"Kak jiji, masa abah Idham meninggal dia baru balik kerja... Idham lari2.. Idham cakap "Hye Abah!!".. Sekali, tiba2 abah jatuh.. Idham cakap sama ibu "Abah pengsan".. Ibu pon lari2.. Lepas tu, kawan abah bawa pigi hospital... Di hospital Abah kena bawa doktor.. Terus baju dia kena koyak..."

At this point tears were already pooling in my eyes. Then...

"Pastu, Idham nampak ada tandas... Pastu ada banyak orang duduk atas kerusi... Pastu Idham pon duduk atas kerusi..." And then he went silent..

"Lepas tu??"

"Abis suda cerita Idham.."


I can't help but laugh.. His story was kind of like "The Inception" in which the ending left you puzzled after all the suspense~ hahaha

You know, no matter how absurd the things children talked about, I always let them finish because they're so different from that of adult.. It's from hearing all the nonsense from Idham at the evening that makes me forget the entire tiring day at work (^^)v

*okay..last sentence bunyi macam orang suda ada anak~