These are pictures taken during 3rd raya where my former schoolmates and i visited a few houses. we ate a lot and had great laughs too.. till next raya! tooddles!
Sunday, September 27, 2009
1. Respect. Show us through your actions that you respect our opinions, careers, interests, friends, bodies, and minds. You don't have to agree with all that we say or do, but try to honor our opinions as valuable contributions.
2. Romance. Treat us like your girlfriend, even after we become your wife. Date nights, physical affection in the car, kissing like when we first started dating -- all of the things that made us fall in love with you don't have to stop just because now there are bills to pay, a house to be cleaned, and kids to be bathed. Bring home flowers for no reason. We're not talking $100 bouquets of roses here. Even the $10 bouquets from the supermarket are enough to make us smile.
3. Time. We understand relationships can't be all wine and roses; simply making the time to be with us and treating us like your top priority says "love" more than all the fancy gifts and lovely letters ever could.
4. Dinner. Of the homemade variety. You may not be good at cooking and you may not know how to boil water. But greeting us at the door after a long day with fish sticks (or whatever you can wrastle up) makes us swoon, because it shows that you've been thinking about us and our hectic day.
5. Communication. Women are vocal creatures. We know you love us, but it's nice to hear you say it, too. We can also be insecure. We wish we weren't, but the reality is that we often notice our wobbly thighs and forget about our gorgeous eyes. So let us know when you think we're hot. Tell us we're beautiful. It helps us feel good. Words of appreciation aren't half-bad either. Tell us you love the lasagna we made. Notice that we cleaned the bathtub. It doesn't have to be over the top, just let us know that you see the effort we put in, and you're grateful.
6. Consistency. This doesn't mean be boring and predictable. It means that we know you will (usually -- no one is perfect!) give us the love and support we need. Knowing that you're coming at this with the same desires and energy as we are goes a long way to making us feel secure.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
helo all, nothing much going on now.. life kinda sucks.. there was a story that i wanna share that i found very interesting. last week, during ob class, my lecturer asked my classmates and i to go to some kind of innovation seminar at DSB. so we climbed the stairs reluctantly.. after the tour, i came across a booth that sells stuff like teh org kampung etc.. the promoter said her partner can tell what diseases that i have. so i gave it a go. he listed a few things which i cannot mention here. but there was a one thing that captured my interest. first of all, he asked to see my palms.. he said that i have a heart problem.. not a heart attack kinda way.. but he said my heart have been wounded so many times and never been cured.. in fact it is still bleeding n wounded.. due to many reasons.. it can caused by family, bf and friends.. it was fascinating because i do feel that a part of me has gone long time ago.. im not what i used to be before.. i miss the old me.. the bubbly winna 6 years ago..
Friday, September 04, 2009
yesterday fara and i went to jusco bukit raja to break fast at nandos there.. at first we went to johnny's but it was full house. so we waited for the time to break fast at nandos and i can see there were three couples with their children entered and seated near us. the mothers were busy holding the babies while the fathers were getting ready to eat. when it was time to break fast, the fathers quickly dig in while the mothers watched them eat.. the mothers were hungry.. i can tell from the way they looked at the food. but of course the mothers r always the one who have to hold their children, not their spouses who were happily enjoying their meals. from my observation all of three fathers of three couples did that. why not the fathers sacrifice by letting their wife eat first and they take over the kids? like my lecturer used to say, men will not take a leave when his kid is sick because his wife will and men will also not take a leave when his wife is ill also because she will. i dont think this situation happens during their courtship. sad enuf.
Tuesday, September 01, 2009
13 assignments to be submitted for this sem! can u believe it?? its too much for us to handle u noe? its so hard coping with the hectic life in shah alam and the lecturers keep giving us wayy too many assignments! helppp!! oh btw i received a sms from the gov asking me to confirm my attendance for ptd test in october since i din go for the exam the other day. hahaha.. if i get the job, surely i will leave master. for good. ermm maybe not for goood.. hehe maybe after one year of working... hmmm.. k got to go now.. have loadsa works need to be done! cya~