Saturday, October 29, 2011

Moments That Made Me Happy :D

I went scrambling my stuffs on my laptop and found some old pictures that reminds me a lot how happy I am that time.hmm..... it doesn't necessarily means that I'm practically not happy at the moment but looking at those pictures reminds me a lot how I used to be so cheerful and lively. Can I be like that again?Or did I ever change?

At school I was the timid one. Didn't know how to grab peoples attention and always participate in english quizzes like spelling bee and english camp. Oh I forgot I also once participate in choir till state championship..and that was unexpected heee :D. Yet I was afraid that if I overdo something people might take advantage or maybe isolate me. So I decided to be the quite one. I even got an award for it..seriously..dammit sapa yang buat anugerah tu haha

try to find me :p

this picture was taken during  our school's hari raya celebration 2006 

my crazy friends hehe..a few days before spm

no special pose..the hugging tree pose is only what I can think of

us hostel girls with the principal.. this was the last year of his position as our school principal

Then moving way back to 2003, my previous school at Hidayah Islamic school located at skudai. I was known well because of my sister. I entered that school in form two where my sister was form 4 that time. My sister always had my back that time. Something like " don't mess with my sister"  on her forehead hehe. My friends were also very nice and humble although they came from a super rich family (private school built from parents donations). Then after my sister finished school, I got an offer to a cluster school at kulai where I took my spm there.
with nana and mai

comey kan saya hihi

sesi bedah katak..

this was my last day here. the six of us were besties..oh how I miss those moments

with adik2s... from left wani(now taking accounting at uitm..anis(law at uitm)

Then my matriculation days. I was on a two year program. my 2 years was filled with joy. my classmates were like a family. always stick together no matter what. there's no such thing as 'selfishness' for us 

memories of 4f30 2009

oh a picture of me at brynmill primary school. I was 4 that time and the only muslim in class if I recalled.

one of the best moments.. after our drama performance. such a great memory

during our puisi drama performance

On 2007, I went for an interview for Japan student exchange program...alhamdulillah I got a golden opportunity to attend for a 10 day experience. Our group consist of 22 students and yeah totally felt like student perantauan  :p

at asakusa temple

during my experience as a matric facilitator

with cousins at port dickson.. penat panjat bukit

my roomates b1-t3-15..still remember ok!!:D

Too much pictures I guess. seeing these pictures made me smiling alone in front of my laptop..gilo ape?hehe..

okay I better study for my 2 upcoming test next week..bye2!!:)

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Family Sick?

Most people would say homesick, Why am I not homesick?the thing is my family is not at home!! currently they're at my aunt's place at bangi. Bangi for me is like my 2nd home cause mostly all the gather events happens there. Have you ever felt so sad and depress at a sudden without knowing the real reason behind it?well I do. Honestly I don't like having that kind of feeling because you feel like crying alone. Why cry without a reason?Then I figured that I should talk to someone. I called my friend topek. At first I was a little hesitant  to ask him out since he's been busy completing his final year project but luckily he managed spend a little time for me. Thank u so much for hearing my babbling even though I noticed u were watching bola that time haha.

As soon as I arrived home my classmate kuchai asked me to join for badminton with the others. I was a little tired that time but then since esok cuti so why not la kan.

Oh I forgot to mention that last week was UteM's annual convocation ceremony and of course many events were held including faculty of mechanical engineering badminton tournament. My classmate kismera and her boyfie set up a booth selling burgers and other fried foods. I couldn't participate much because I need to study for fluid mechanics test on monday which was postponed  a few hours before the test..arghh!!!!

kis being busy attracting people hehe

me just..err being 'me' haha.. I went here straightly after the game. I felt guilty because couldn't help sorry guys

sara and am

On saturday night the six of us housemates had pizza for dinner, kak ila and kak yaya's special treat for their first month of salary working as librarians. We had the 7 cheese pizza,totally cheesy and satisfaction guarantee (ok macam promote pula kan hehe).

The point is, whenever I felt the 'familysick' thing the first thing I should do is talk to someone. When we are far apart from our family our friends play the second role. Choose the right person to talk with. Someone you feel comfortable to talk to. Doesn't matter the gender though. So bare that in mind my future son/daughter haha..ok fine I'm fantasizing too much. eh bukan saya wat blog ini nak bagi  bakal anak2 saya baca ke?:p

from left: kak yaya, diyana and lin

from right: the selebet me, banun and kak ila

7-cheese pizza!!!

kak yaya's craving expression
 So long for my one day holiday with nothing special. Sleep, eat and online. later :)
I bought this out of curiosity. so this is what macaroons taste like. not gonna buy that again..too sweet
hours of studying at mcdonalds. I've only joined them for like 4 hours but they could survive staying there for 7 hours!!like seriously?

Sunday, October 16, 2011

In One Week

For this post I would only put pictures of how my days goes on  through college life. All of this were unexpected/unplanned. First starts ayeen's (my classmates housemate,same faculty) surprise party, then the hungry me eating one whole manaqeesh ( an Arabian dish ) and badminton night with classmates.

Prepared by am.mumu and the rest. saya hanya tetamu terjun hihi

Happy birthday ayeen!!

bubbly bubbles

 My favorite mango milkshake. sangat pekat.  at Tash-Ma-Tash,located at bukit beruang,near kolej komuniti

the hungerness of sara,ready to eat yeah!! she ordered chicken mayo manaqeesh

I managed to finish this whole lamb cheese manaqeeh which usually I can only eat half  of it. This is what happens when you starved from morning till evening
 Then friday night was our first class event since we started our fifth semester. Thanx to afif for arranging with the court and stuff. In addition, its a preparation to choose for FKM's badminton tournament next week. Our class decided to submit 2 teams for single, double and mix categories. Even so, we didn't think much about the selection, its more to fun and a way of stress relief.

The 'dean list' team hehe :p


officially brought to you by Yonex :p

supper  straightly after the game. so much for fat burn 

Jom Couple Dengan Allah

This is interesting. I found  it on a shared link at Facebook.

Nak ber'couple'? Sertai KEMPEN ini...Jom 'couple' dengan Allah SWT.


~♥ Letakkan CINTA hanya kepada Allah SWT.
~♥ Suburkan SAYANG kepada Allah SWT.
~♥ Semaikan RINDU kepada Allah SWT.
~♥ Kalau ada masalah, MENGADU kepada Allah SWT.
~♥ 'CALL dan SMS' Allah SWT melalui DOA.
~♥ BERDATING dengan Allah SWT tiap-tiap SOLAT.
~♥ Selalu MEMUJI kebesaran dan kehebatan Allah SWT.
~♥ CEMBURU dengan manusia yang banyak amalan pada Allah SWT
~♥ MARAH pada manusia yang mempersendakan Allah SWT.
~♥ BENCI pada manusia yang mempersekutukan Allah SWT.
~♥ BERJIHAD ke jalan Allah SWT.


Monday, October 10, 2011

do's and don'ts about relationships

Something random I thought about. But logically some of them are true.


1)Be in a relationship when u don't have enough money. Money is the root to all problems. The lack of money will lead to quarreling, unhappiness and other sort of problems. Love is blind? HELL NO. oh so could you say " uncle can I buy a pack of rice with my love?" !@#$%^&&

2) Ignore your friends once you are in a relationship. Sometimes it's sad  to see how one of your friends trust their boyfriend/girlfriend more than you even though you know her/him long enough

3) Be in a relationship just for fun. If you are not serious about getting married with the guy/girl so just forget about it.

4) Skinship. The part where most couples failed to do. At first you would say 'no' to skinship but then again syaitan keeps whispering in your head,oh how could you resist the temptation of your partner by just a little touch. A little touch sooner will lead to other parts. Do I need to say more?errr ok I'll stop here.

5) Over sulk. I hate this part but some couples like to cause they claimed  its more adventure..euww!!sikit2 nak merajuk lepas tu menyusahkan kita nak dengar rintihan..menyampah ok. Then one of your friends will be the victim to be the message girl/guy. Its ok for the 1st and 2nd time tapi kalau da selalu agak meyampah disitu.


1) Always to remind your partner for the wrongdoings

2) Make sure to meet up at a place that is open. No need to be too crowded so that it prevents you from fitnah.

3) Bring him/her to meet your family so that they will know who are you going out with. In addition, family knows whats best for you. they will justified their characteristic based on their attitude

 Either way whats best for you is that try to avoid from coupling. I know its hard cause even I once had a relationship. Twice to be exact. Honestly I just can't stand the guilt every time I'm with this guy. Isn't it just nice to know my future husband is someone I know just in a few months. Or maybe someone I've known a long time ago but didn't have the chance to talk to him.

This post  is recently about the do's and don't about relationship. The next post will be the do's and don't after a break up. I wanna vlog about it but I'm not quite sure if I had the time to do so. Vloging seems cool to express your point of view other than talking.

the smack in the head: this week I'm thinking of going to the book fair at UPM serdang with my high school friend ameerah but I also have to study for my upcoming test. 2 tests awaits me!!bummer *_*

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Steve Jobs..a legend

 A few weeks ago I read about Steve Jobs retirement from Apple from sue anna's blog. Then yesterday everyone's talking about steve job lost. I've been growing up with apple products since my dad  bought his first macintosh during his masters. But for my students days I'm using windows since its cheaper though you have to always update with the antivirus stuff if not abislah semua dokumen2 penting kena virus.

Anyhow saya tak nak cerita lebih sangat pasal dia ni coz saya tahu lebih ramai yang tahu pasal dia lebih daripada saya sendiri. just wanna share something I found on yahoo,9 things you didn't know about the life of Steve Jobs.

For all of his years in the spotlight at the helm of Apple, Steve Jobs in many ways remains an inscrutable figure — even in his death. Fiercely private, Jobs concealed most specifics about his personal life, from his curious family life to the details of his battle with pancreatic cancer — a disease that ultimately claimed him on Wednesday, at the age of 56.
While the CEO and co-founder of Apple steered most interviews away from the public fascination with his private life, there's plenty we know about Jobs the person, beyond the Mac and the iPhone. If anything, the obscure details of his interior life paint a subtler, more nuanced portrait of how one of the finest technology minds of our time grew into the dynamo that we remember him as today.
1. Early life and childhood
Jobs was born in San Francisco on February 24, 1955. He was adopted shortly after his birth and reared near Mountain View, California by a couple named Clara and Paul Jobs. His adoptive father — a term that Jobs openly objected to — was a machinist for a laser company and his mother worked as an accountant.
Later in life, Jobs discovered the identities of his estranged parents. His birth mother, Joanne Simpson, was a graduate student at the time and later a speech pathologist; his biological father, Abdulfattah John Jandali, was a Syrian Muslim who left the country at age 18 and reportedly now serves as the vice president of a Reno, Nevada casino. While Jobs reconnected with Simpson in later years, he and his biological father remained estranged.
Reed College
2. College dropout
The lead mind behind the most successful company on the planet never graduated from college, in fact, he didn't even get close. After graduating from high school in Cupertino, California — a town now synonymous with 1 Infinite Loop, Apple's headquarters — Jobs enrolled in Reed College in 1972. Jobs stayed at Reed (a liberal arts university in Portland, Oregon) for only one semester, dropping out quickly due to the financial burden the private school's steep tuition placed on his parents.
In his famous 2005 commencement speech to Stanford University, Jobs said of his time at Reed: "It wasn't all romantic. I didn't have a dorm room, so I slept on the floor in friends' rooms, I returned coke bottles for the 5 cent deposits to buy food with, and I would walk the seven miles across town every Sunday night to get one good meal a week at the Hare Krishna temple."

Breakout for the Atari
3. Fibbed to his Apple co-founder about a job at Atari
Jobs is well known for his innovations in personal computing, mobile tech, and software, but he also helped create one of the best known video games of all-time. In 1975, Jobs was tapped by Atarito work on the Pong-like game Breakout.
He was reportedly offered $750 for his development work, with the possibility of an extra $100 for each chip eliminated from the game's final design. Jobs recruited Steve Wozniak (later one of Apple's other founders) to help him with the challenge. Wozniak managed to whittle the prototype's design down so much that Atari paid out a $5,000 bonus — but Jobs kept the bonus for himself, and paid his unsuspecting friend only $375, according to Wozniak's own autobiography.
4. The wife he leaves behind
Like the rest of his family life, Jobs kept his marriage out of the public eye. Thinking back on his legacy conjures images of him commanding the stage in his trademark black turtleneck and jeans, and those solo moments are his most iconic. But at home in Palo Alto, Jobs was raising a family with his wife, Laurene, an entrepreneur who attended the University of Pennsylvania's prestigious Wharton business school and later received her MBA at Stanford, where she first met her future husband.
For all of his single-minded dedication to the company he built from the ground up, Jobs actuallyskipped a meeting to take Laurene on their first date: "I was in the parking lot with the key in the car, and I thought to myself, 'If this is my last night on earth, would I rather spend it at a business meeting or with this woman?' I ran across the parking lot, asked her if she'd have dinner with me. She said yes, we walked into town and we've been together ever since."
In 1991, Jobs and Powell were married in the Ahwahnee Hotel at Yosemite National Park, and the marriage was officiated by Kobin Chino, a Zen Buddhist monk.
5. His sister is a famous author
Later in his life, Jobs crossed paths with his biological sister while seeking the identity of his birth parents. His sister, Mona Simpson (born Mona Jandali), is the well-known author of Anywhere But Here — a story about a mother and daughter that was later adapted into a film starring Natalie Portman and Susan Sarandon.
After reuniting, Jobs and Simpson developed a close relationship. Of his sister, he told a New York Times interviewer: "We're family. She's one of my best friends in the world. I call her and talk to her every couple of days.'' Anywhere But Here is dedicated to "my brother Steve."

Joan Baez
6. Celebrity romances
In The Second Coming of Steve Jobs, an unauthorized biography, a friend from Reed reveals that Jobs had a brief fling with folk singer Joan Baez. Baez confirmed the the two were close "briefly," though her romantic connection with Bob Dylan is much better known (Dylan was the Apple icon's favorite musician). The biography also notes that Jobs went out with actress Diane Keaton briefly.
7. His first daughter
When he was 23, Jobs and his high school girlfriend Chris Ann Brennan conceived a daughter, Lisa Brennan Jobs. She was born in 1978, just as Apple began picking up steam in the tech world. He and Brennan never married, and Jobs reportedly denied paternity for some time, going as far as stating that he was sterile in court documents. He went on to father three more children with Laurene Powell. After later mending their relationship, Jobs paid for his first daughter's education at Harvard. She graduated in 2000 and now works as a magazine writer.
8. Alternative lifestyle
In a few interviews, Jobs hinted at his early experience with the psychedelic drug LSD. Of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Jobs said: "I wish him the best, I really do. I just think he and Microsoft are a bit narrow. He'd be a broader guy if he had dropped acid once or gone off to an ashram when he was younger."
The connection has enough weight that Albert Hofmann, the Swiss scientist who first synthesized (and took) LSD, appealed to Jobs for funding for research about the drug's therapeutic use.
In a book interview, Jobs called his experience with the drug "one of the two or three most important things I have done in my life." As Jobs himself has suggested, LSD may have contributed to the "think different" approach that still puts Apple's designs a head above the competition.
Jobs will forever be a visionary, and his personal life also reflects the forward-thinking, alternative approach that vaulted Apple to success. During a trip to India, Jobs visited a well-known ashram and returned to the U.S. as a Zen Buddhist.
Jobs was also a pescetarian who didn't consume most animal products, and didn't eat meat other than fish. A strong believer in Eastern medicine, he sought to treat his own cancer through alternative approaches and specialized diets before reluctantly seeking his first surgery for a cancerous tumor in 2004.
9. His fortune
As the CEO of the world's most valuable brand, Jobs pulled in a comically low annual salary of just $1. While the gesture isn't unheard of in the corporate world  — Google's Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Eric Schmidt all pocketed the same 100 penny salary annually — Jobs has kept his salary at $1 since 1997, the year he became Apple's lead executive. Of his salary, Jobs joked in 2007: "I get 50 cents a year for showing up, and the other 50 cents is based on my performance."
In early 2011, Jobs owned 5.5 million shares of Apple. After his death, Apple shares were valued at $377.64 — a roughly 43-fold growth in valuation over the last 10 years that shows no signs of slowing down.
He may only have taken in a single dollar per year, but Jobs leaves behind a vast fortune. The largest chunk of that wealth is the roughly $7 billion from the sale of Pixar to Disney in 2006. In 2011, with an estimated net worth of $8.3 billion, he was the 110th richest person in the world, according toForbes. If Jobs hadn't sold his shares upon leaving Apple in 1985 (before returning to the company in 1996), he would be the world's fifth richest individual.
While there's no word yet on plans for his estate, Jobs leaves behind three children from his marriage to Laurene Jobs (Reed, Erin, and Eve), as well as his first daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs.

sekian dari saya tahu ini memang totally copy paste dari yahoo. kan saya dah cakap. ok bye :)

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Great weekend with bestie

How long was it after my previous post?oh its only been a week!! rajinnya saya update blog kan. I don't know how to make this blog fancy enough. I like it simple. Less followers? a bit disappointing but just have to be patient enough. Don't create a blog for money purpose only. Kalau ada rezeki nuffnang tu ada la kan. Well speaking of my previous post about tasya coming over here and yeah we had a great weekend. She arrived around 8.30 and that time I was at mydin mall with my housemate banun (mydin in malacca is 3x bigger than other branches,I'm just saying :p) because I estimated her arrival around 9, then tasya said that the bus driver drove fast enough to get to malacca for an hour. So I picked her up at ayer keroh tol and head back to mydin since I left banun there while she was searching for a table fan.

big enough? I told you so

Then that night we went chit chatting like forever. Ok let me recall what made us besties. Both of us studied at pahang matriculation college back then yet we haven't even met till I volunteered as a facilitator last year and then I met tasya as we shared the same room. Maybe because we had a lot of in commons and the way she treated my as a sister really makes me feel comfortable around her. Even though she's studying in UKM which is about an hour half of driving distance from Malacca that limits our  meet up but hey close friends are not someone who you could see often right..or maybe not all cases hihi.
during orientation with new students at kmph

cycling to the hall. It wasn't much of watching the students. It was more of  taking pictures with the faci's

 The next day, I brought her to The Thousand Flower Park( sebenarnya nama taman seribu bunga je..saja nak englishkn hihi). Since she's taking biology science major in botany, she was so excited seeing loads of flowers there. For me it didn't mesmerize me much.but the place was nice. suitable for couples dating :p

Black and White mood

pashmina: bought at pahlawan walk
sleeveless long dress: from natrah abdullah collections
cardi: old collection
shoes: my favorite ruccini's wedges

again. the camwhoring from us as always :D

ini namanya bunga kantan. a must to put kalau buat laksa

Around  5p.m, we went to bukit beruang for sight seeing. The place is quite near to my hostel during my industrial practice days. I don't know the exact name of this place but I just called it bukit beruang. Finally a hill that really exists literally  not just by the name. I invited farid (also the faci team) along since his rent house  was just a 5 minute walking distance from here. He's taking electrical and since his faculty is at the main campus (mine's at ayer keroh industrial park) so we hardly seen each other. Speaking of hills, bukit beruang is quite slopy(indeed another fake word I made up) but we manage to reach the peak about ten minutes or less.

from here you could even see menara taming sari

dipaksa membuat muka comel.. cute ke?haha

After isya' prayers we went to Jasin hot springs with my classmates. I think the place was opened after gadek's hot spring which was much further than Jasin. We were the earliest person to discover the place perhaps cause the place wasn't that occupied every time we went there. But now I guess the news spread fast and tickets are getting expensive and yes crowded with families. Either way we enjoyed ourselves dipping/swimming/splashing :)

The next day we went to Asam Pedas Che A' for lunch. Located at medan selera ayer keroh, besides Shell petrol station. The asam pedas is delicious and the best thing is its super cheap!! as we were about to head to malacca central to buy tickets to bangi, I had a crazy idea to drove her straightly to UKM. yeah I know its crazy but eventually I made it.

We arrived UKM around 6 p.m and as soon as I arrived I told Akram ( a close friend of mine back in kmph. We were on the same lecture group on our 1st yr but rarely talk until our 2nd yr)  that I was at tasya's place. He was at the faculty  doing his project when I called him, rajin sungguh pergi fac ahad2 pon hihi. Then the three of us had dinner together at d'village, kajang. Akram's treat a.k.a my belated birthday treat..thanx akram!!!:)

I arrived malacca around 12a.m and I completely doze off. Great weekend. Oh how I missed my best friend so much. I know from now on you're gonna be busy with field works and final year project. Till we meet again tasya!!