Monday, December 28, 2009


Neneknora likes this!

Well, if you were to be my girl,
Um, I could wait for you in the rain
With no umbrellas in my hands
I could just wait
I don't care if this is not the right time
'Cause I can't hide how I feel inside anymore
I've been waiting for you
And with this moment you'll be mine
I'll get you with my

One hundred roses
I caught you out of one hundred million ladies
I don't wanna be like any other guys out there
I wish I was special to you
My love Be my baby
I'll never let you slip away

Then I'll wave my hand with a smile on my face
When I see you miles away from me blushing
Oh how cute
You look so much more beautiful than my

I've never thought that I could be
Ridiculously in love with you
I just cant get you out of my head
My love, be my baby
I'll never let you slip away

Friday, December 25, 2009

ice skate

I got excited with the message from Kak Alia asking to go ice skate.

So excited that I texted to see her at Zimni Stadion.

Then I remembered.

I'm having fever (not terrible, just rest-requiring). A bit sad but I can't risk getting worse what with exams at the start of school~

No later than 2 minutes after the message, I had to call to cancel.


I shall have to wait for recovery till the day I skate on ice again~(Next week InsyaAllah~) :D


Oh, and a recommendation:

The Blind Side. The movie we had for the last KFC session. Based on a true story! Best best! Watch it!

Sunday, December 20, 2009

winter break (finally~)

What are you planning to do?

How do you intend to spend your time?


:) Honestly am happy to get my mind off school (even for a while), cause when the mind is not attached to one thing, it can focus on another.


I have planned my holidays in what I hope is a fun, super-enjoyable journey. InsyaAllah.

I have firm believe that winter holidays are meant to be spent indoors where it is warm :D.
I love nature but I love to keep all my digits too :P so, there'd not
be much venture this year!

(For those guessing what I'll be doing -> Part of the fun super-enjoyable journey involves studying. Kyaaa~ but a student has got to do what a student has to do. That's the main reason I was sent here anyway. Hehe.)

Off to set my plans into motion!

How about you?
Midnight blogging makes me hungry. Lama jugak tak buat chicken chop. Hohoho.

Monday, December 14, 2009

skip and smile~

It was quite a challenge to not fall asleep and be done with preparing for the test last night so I "listened" to Madagascar: Escape to Africa. I've always enjoyed King Julian's script but yesterday, Nana's (the grandmother who could wrestle) words caught my attention.

At the moment, they were going to find a place to keep safe whilst waiting for help to arrive (their jeep was hijacked by the penguins who were trying to fix a plane) and one of the tourists ask Nana whether she knows where she was going.

And joyfully, Nana turned around and answered:
"No! But I'm going with a skip in my step, and a smile on my face!" (Swinging her arms in that Yes!-I-made-it! motion)

Staying here thought me a lot about how things don't always happen the way we expect it would.
And to do and go through things with a skip in my step and a smile on my face really helps. :)

I guess things do get better when you:
- Believe that whatever you do is with the aim of pleasing Allah.
- Have hope for His Grace, have hope for Haven
- Are grateful for the basic reason that you exist :D
- Love :)

Lets keep our hearts conscious with that huh?

As for hobbies go, I shall wait patiently for Terry Pratchett's Unseen Academicals to be in paperback. (It's SO tempting to enter a bookstore nowadays!) And I'm deeply considering Eoin Colfer's continuation of The Hitchicker's Guide to the Galaxy, "And Another Thing". HItchicker definitely was a challenging read but Eoin Colfer's one of my favourites~

Hana said she's going to bring me to a secondhand bookstore in UK when I drop by so, for the time being, lets be patient. UK trip is just a month and a half away~ Fighting Nora! Be wise spending~

Till next time,
Walk with a skip in your step
And a smile on your face dear friends!

Saturday, December 12, 2009

i'll be back :D

Yesterday reminded me why I tend to watch Harry Potter with the family and not alone.

You see, I have not watched The Half Blood Prince and after a long week of many many studying (at least in my view :P ) I started on the movie. I'm not sure where the suspense lay with the start, but I remember screaming. Hahaha. I'm very "fragile" when it comes to surprises and switching off the lights while watching a "dark" movie like Harry Potter isn't exactly the best thing to do.

I watched UP (again) instead. Animation never fails to flatter me :D


And I had a little thought (I guess we all did) about advising patients.
If we were unhealthy doctors, leading unhealthy life... who do you think would trust our view on how to be healthy? Kyaa~

Like seriously, take care of your health. Even if you're thin, you should consider some cardiac exercises, cause unless you are tested to have normal cholesterol level, it's very likely that without exercise, you are at greater risk if you're hypercholesterolimic.

I myself am not thin and yes, this puts me at greater risk as I don't exercise. Maybe once in two weeks, which definitely ISN'T MUCH.

Dear self, please:
Skip - 50 times daily as a start
Run to class or just about anywhere (please avoid any inanimate or animate objects along the way)
Drink and don't snack at night - do not gobble down ice cream just because they taste absolutely deliciously wonderful!

It doesn't even take 2 min to skip rope. =.=


And my hoodies have arrived :D
Will snap em' pictures soon.

It has been a very busy week with Integrated Block (whole of last week), Psychology Class (today and tomorrow) and this Monday, there's Physiology test.

:) Alhamdulillah for I was given much knowledge during the week. Lets pray the coming week will be more benificial for all of us! Yay~

(I know I haven't blogged for sometime and I sure do miss blogging. Will write some more soon!)

Getting back to reading The Lungs in Robbins.
Till later,
Salam (peace) to all. :)

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

be truthful

Don't lie.

Cause you'll lose trust.

If you're not trustworthy, your knowledge will be hard to be acknowledged by others.

Imagine that, because of a lie, you put others in grave danger without you even realising!

My, that'll be a big problem!

If you've ever lied, do apologise to whom you've lied to.

Repent and ask for Allah's forgiveness for He is all forgiving.

Be truthful cause it's the right thing to do.

And remember that good is not always right but right is always good.

Though sometimes truth hurts, I guess it's more painful to discover the truth hidden behind a lie.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

what do i do?

"Jangan sedih lama-lama sangat" Hana said.

I should bear that in mind.


For all that has happened is the best way that it could. Alhamdulillah.

Death serves as a reminder, to appreciate what we have left of this world and use it as a supply for the ever after before eventually, our biological clock stops and it's our time to go.

Learn also that by having the chance to have loved and cared for someone, surely, although they're gone, their memories live in you. And what hopes they have for you, do your best to secure it for them :).

It's okay to be sad, it's okay to cry, there's no need to be ashamed. You're only human after all. :)



Don't forget that light shines after the rain.

And being with the living, you still have tomorrow to look forward for.

And being a living being, you could still pray for those who haven't a chance to pray anymore.

Keep running, keep going cause there's no reason to give up.

InsyaAllah all will go well :)

Have faith!


It's been a rough week but I should anticipate tomorrow,

Friday, November 20, 2009

campur blog..

Sarah + Wei Li-> I got your post(photo)cards!! It made my day. (Well, days, since I got em' seperately :D ) Thank you! Thank you!

And the pharagraph after, a lil' serious...

Death reminds the living that one day, their time will come too. And when it does, nothing could help us gain more rewards except from prayers of those living among the err.. living.

The shock of losing someone you love reminds you how grateful or simply how remarkably lucky you are to have known such a person. And if you take note to take the moral of the story, you'll come to appreciate those around you more. (And to truly appreciate any one person all the time could cost lots of effort and PATIENCE but if we did manage to be grateful, then maybe we'll have no regrets. Allah knows better.)

Dearest Grandma, Alhamdulillah, and thank you for all you've done. Peace be upon you and may you be placed among the Muttaqin. Amin.

*Al-Fatihah to my late grandmother who passed away yesterday at 1245 (Malaysia)*

Abah was in Sabah when it happened, Alhamdulillah he chanced to have one last look of his mother before the burial. (I now know it aches very much not being able to be there.. he must have been worried not being able to see her for the last time.) We all know just how much he care about her.

Very much.

Every child is responsible to have that much (definitely more) care and love for the parents. Ever since a zygote, you've been dependent on them, and now that they need you, do stay and don't turn away!

As of life, it has been busy :D. Alhamdulillah.

And today I had a long talk with the doctor about my recurring "asthma"/anaphylaxis. I honestly thought I was cured off it. Apparently not.

He advised that the next time I experience those moments, to go to the hospital so that they could identify just exactly which allergen is causing it. (Must be something really really rare since that was the second time I had it throughout 20 years of living)

He also mentioned, if acute, it can be life-threatening, and I should be carrying corticosteroids with me by now. Kyaaa~

*By having ample amount of illness/diseases, do you think we could relate to patients better? Probably. :) *

I promised myself change this year (for the better of course :), what about you?) and life has been slightly above interesting lately. If I still remember what it was that makes it interesting, I'll tell you someday. :P

And I'm definitely missing the best buddies, and missing you is a good reminder as to why I should strive for success (or really, strive for what I need).

All the very best to us all. IGames tomorrow. XD

With that, peace be upon readers dearest :)

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

cookie monster

The really really really simple butter cookie recipe :) Enjoy~

250gm butter
200gm castor sugar (mouka cukr)
100gm corn flour
100gm self-raising flour (cake flour)
200gm wheat flour
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla essence

How to:
Beat butter and sugar till they're soft and mixed well.
Put in sifted flour (ALL OF THEM), egg and vanilla essence.
Mix ingredients well.
Roll dough to desired thickness and print your favourite shape :)
Place on baking paper and bake for 12-15 minutes at 180 degree Celcius.

Easy and you needn't spend too much time or money.
Recipe came from my younger sister, Yasmin. She bakes the best cookies! :) Her cookies are my favourite!

*The decorating needs lotsa effort but yeah, it was really refreshing~


A question to ask oneself :

Did you spread good knowledge today? :)

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

a good start is important

"Doktor, you pun boleh sakit ka?"
"I pun manusia juga"

When concerning meals, a good breakfast (or really, just any breakfast) would do you good to survive the day.

Friday mornings means Internal Medicine. There was much standing as we interviewed patients and was shown how to perform aspection/percussion and palpation on patients.

I failed to have a proper breakfast last Friday and that morning, after some standing, I started to feel cold and weak. I knew they were signs of fainting so I asked to be seated, which didn't work so I dragged myself to a nearby bench to lie down.

The good thing was, we had blood pressure measurement on the last lesson and so, our doctor was well informed about my hypotension. He assured me that I wasn't dead; "don't worry, you still have pulse. " and later, I was led to the room where patients would first enter when admitted. (It was an ICU; JIP in czech, jednotka intenzivni pece, but I wasn't an ICU patient of course.)

The nurse measured my blood pressure. First measurement was a failure, so the machine was set up another time. Guess what came out...


Yup, that number and the machine beeping away. (If you've had your medical practice, machines usually beeps away when there's abnormality with the patient or in some rare cases, malfunction of the machine).

What happened next was a series of procedures to elevate my blood pressure.

Remaining in a lying position, lift legs above heart level with the help of pillow etc. (Promote return of blood to the heart, hence increasing preload, cardiac output and blood pressure)

Drinking lotsa fluid. (Directly increasing fluid volume, and so, blood pressure).

I felt a lot better when the blood pressure was to my normal range. Guess what was my normal range...


I missed about quarter of class but Alhamdulillah for the experience and the recovery :)


Time to build some knowledge! While we're at it, here are some things about blood pressure:

Blood pressure refers to the force exerted by circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels, and constitutes one of the principal vital signs.

The pressure of the circulating blood decreases as blood moves through arteries, arterioles, capillaries, and veins; the term blood pressure generally refers to arterial pressure, i.e., the pressure in the larger arteries, arteries being the blood vessels which take blood away from the heart.

Blood pressure is always given as two numbers - systolic pressure (when the heart beats) and diastolic pressure (when the heart relaxes). When the measurements are written down, both are written one above or before the other with the systolic being the first number.

Normal Blood Pressure - Blood pressure reading below 120/80 is considered normal.

High Blood Pressure - Blood pressure of 140/90 or higher is considered high blood pressure. If one or both numbers are usually high, you have high blood pressure.

Low Blood Pressure - Blood pressure that is too low is known as hypotension.

High Blood Pressure Range

Systolic pressure (mm Hg)Diastolic pressure (mm Hg)Stages of High Blood Pressure
210 120 Stage 4
180 110 Stage 3
160 100 Stage 2
140 90 Stage 1
Normal Blood Pressure Range
Systolic pressure (mm Hg)Diastolic pressure (mm Hg)Pressure Range
130 85 High Normal Blood Pressure
120 80 Normal Blood Pressure
110 75 Low Normal Blood Pressure
Low Blood Pressure Range (me!)
Systolic pressure (mm Hg)Diastolic pressure (mm Hg)Pressure Range
90 60 Borderline Low blood Pressure
60 40 Too Low Blood Pressure
50 33 Dangerously Low Blood Pressure

Yipes. The layout seems to cut off most of the table but no worries,you can read more on this article here. :)

Till next time, eat adequately, be healthy and peace be upon dear readers!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

shoot for the stars and the likes


Being thankful would help us in many ways.

Well, it certainly help keeps the heart warm :).

And out of the many aims this year, one is to stop and listen. And not argue.

Being mostly patient. :) Aja!

And as Kak Alia put it, lakukan dengan bersungguh-sungguh i.e. when doing something, give it your all!

1. Anis Zara bersungguh-sungguh bermain kucing

2. Adil Taufiq bersungguh-sungguh makan

And now, lets give our all to Microbiology~ Woot~

Yang bersungguh-sungguh untuk belajar,

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

mee rebus

My taste buds has very little recollection of how Mee Rebus Ramli taste like. This is probably cause I didn't like mee rebus the first time I tried it and ended up not ordering mee rebus at Mee Rebus Ramli.

Had an unnecessary craving for it on Saturday. Alhamdulillah there was sweet potato, so, the mee rebus mission begin. (Stepanska vegetable store.. they usually have everything we need, vegetables that is).

For 1 pot of gravy:

3 large onions
10 garlics
1 inch ginger
1 lemon grass
(blend all of above ingredients, then saute)

250gm sauted and blended fresh shrimp
500gm diced beef (or chicken, whichever preferable)
(cook them with the onions bla bla bla, then add below ingredients)

750gm of boiled, mashed sweet potatoes and potatoes
1 table spoon dried shrimp

Add as much water as to fill 7/8 of your pot, finally, add sugar and salt to taste. :)
Voila~ Mee rebus perantau :P

Good thing it's only mee rebus.
Imagine craving pucuk ubi masak tempoyak cili api. Menangis tak berlagu I kat sini~

Friday, October 16, 2009


Euthanasia (definition from Oxford Concise Medical Dictionary)
n. the act of taking life to relieve suffering.
In voluntary euthanasia the sufferer asks for measures to be taken to end his or her life. This may be accomplished by active steps, usually the administration of a drug, or more passively, for example, by deliberately withholding treatment.
In compulsory euthanasia society or those acting on authority give instructions to terminate the lives of individuals, such as infants, who cannot express their wishes.
In no country is compulsory euthanasia legal, but many societies exist to promote the cause of voluntary euthanasia.

Simran (high school friend, partner in stand-up-comedy) unexpectedly reminded me of my duty as a medical student. That is to never stop learning. Alhamdulillah that she tagged me on her note about euthanasia or the medical dictionary on my shelf would be a tool none other then to collect dust.

And I read that a tool is only capable as its owner, and I can't be collecting nothingness in my brain. Gaaa~

So people, read up~ If you're sick of reading what we have in classes (you should at least read in twice though, before and after class), I'm sure there's no harm in reading other materials! :) Here's to every student and employers and the non-employed alikes -> READ! -benificial things that is-

Books are fun~
Books are great~

Lets sit down with a book today~
Books are fun~
Books are great~
Is it book time yet?
Or I just can't wait?
To read a book~ book~ book~ book~

Don't forget to keep the body healthy too though :P

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

tell me your wish

I wish to find the copy of the signed promise made with the University in my first year of study.

I'm pretty sure I've kept it somewhere safe but yeah, too safe by the looks of it :P BUT...

It goes somewhere along the line of doing the right thing for the benefit of all.

InsyaAllah. :)


I wish too, that I could easily say what I would regret not saying to the ones I love.

I wish I could understand you, and then, be able to say it right.

I'm sorry for being so selfish and not take account of what you must have felt.

As much as you detest change, I wish this flicker of hope I have won't die away.

If its best for you, I wouldn't wish for anything but, for you to be well.


And I once again learn that forgiveness requires strength.

Especially if during the process, trust was breached upon.

Nyaaa~ Why so seriousss~

Lets try living by this 8 words:


Yuroshiku oneigashimasu!

Monday, August 31, 2009

when anything = everything

Salam readers. :)
My deepest apologies, for now, I have reach a state where I want to dump all there is from my "secret diary" YET, there's so much information that everything seems no less than haywire.

I've got the whole drama of exams in the other blog, only cause I know I was dealing with too much emotion to be writing them here. It would only add up to your worries. (Especially the family :) )

One of the greatest lessons, for my part, through the whole journey of getting here today, was to never give up.

Continuously hold tight to faith.

Continuously give what is in your power to give.

And really, knowing your strength and weaknesses, be courageous enough to step up and ask for another's help.

Alhamdulillah for all. The many happiness and miseries. Surely, for all that has happened, He has better plans in store for all of us!

Also learnt that being in the same situation may give two people understanding, but delivering the right words to say is never an easy task. (To the best friend: hope to be there for you, like how you've always been there for me!)

There's an obligation by which I'm sure I have no strength to continue. Guess the word TRUST really is a burden for me. Born leaders are good at prioritising and able to tackle things without much panic.

Me? I've learned the hard way that I'm simply a follower. I've come to a decision and if it is for best, I hope He will ease what I've chosen.

And to make things worth their while, this "break" is for studying. The future doc in me deserve more studying. That, I am sure.

On a happier note, InsyaAllah I'll be back home for a much needed rest and advice to keep me alive living in Prague for another year (or more). :)

I hope to spend lotsa quality time with the family, visit the many relatives, play meriam if anyone is at the kampung, enjoy nature (river, beach, waterfall~ water water everywhere~), camp outside in the "yard", ride bicycle till I can't ride anymore, have "friendly" fights with the siblings (higher chance of winning when the brothers are still smaller than you), meet some friends, lose weight. So many plans but I'd be glad if even only one of them is achievable. :)

Also excited about class tomorrow. Intensive Czech. For 2 weeks. Alhamdulillah it's language, perhaps my strongest subject here :)

2 am. Definitely should get some rest now. Tomorrow seems to need more thinking capacity. May all be well. For all of us.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

making the most of Ramadhan :)

May this year, this Ramadhan will be a leap to being a better person for all of us.

Pieces of hilariously educational advise from Baba Ali. Enjoy!

Friday, August 07, 2009

smile and don't give up!

God Is The Light (Cat Stevens)

How great the wonders of the heavens
And the timeless beauty of the night
How great – then how great the Creator?
And its stars like priceless jewels
Far beyond the reach of kings
Bow down for the shepherd guiding him home.

But how many eyes are closed
To the wonder of this night?
Like pearls, hidden, deep beneath a dark
Stream of desires.
But like dreams vanish with the call to prayer
And the dawn extinguishes night – here too are signs.
God is the Light - God is the Light

How great the beauty of the Earth and the creatures
Who dwell on her.
How great – then how great the Creator?
As its mountains pierce the clouds
High above the lives of men
Weeping rivers for thousands of years.

But how many hearts are closed
To the wonders of this sight?
Like birds in a cage, asleep with closed wings
But like work stops with the call to prayer
And the birds reside – here too are signs
God is the Light – God is the Light

How great the works of man and the things he makes
How great – then how great the Creator?
Though he strives to reach the heavens
He can barely survive
The wars of the world he lives in.

Yet, how many times he’s tried,
Himself to immortalise?
Like his parents before him in the Garden of Eden
But like the sun sets with the call to prayer
And surrenders to the night here too are signs
God is the Light Everlasting
God is the Light Everlasting
God is the Light Everlasting
God is the Light Everlasting

At times when things seem like they're out of place, remember that He has greater plans for you! So never ever give up and trust that He will give what you exactly what you need!

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

i know, i know...

So much for having a break :P.

Anyway, just a lil' motivation I came across on the internet. Short entry. :)


Allah wills this life to be a mix of happiness and misery, success and failure, and ease and difficulty. His bounties, whether tangible or abstract, around us or within us, are also distributed to people according to His wisdom.


*and coincedences really surprises me. though in a good way. :)*

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

I'm going Jimmy Neutron

Make it Jimmy Neutron and Artemis Fowl in one go.
And thinking of the Fowl, I so need to get a Butler or as a Neutron, get myself a Goddard.
Living in a reality however, I'm opting for Pharmaton Caplets.
(Growing weary of explaining and so the hyperlinks :D)

Going Jimmy Neutron/Artemis Fowl means acting like them.
At the same time not acting like Sheen. Hehe.

Anyway, I'm called to stop the blog posts for sometime. So, we'll meet again, perhaps September? Then I'll be back to bombard everyone with entries from my secret diary. *Ehem* Macamlah ada secret diary. Haha.

And I found a good website to learn more about Islam. (click here) Another hyperlink! :D

Okay then.

Peace be upon all of you!


insignificant III

Somewhat tired but there's so much to run for.

.1 hour break.

Nora, wake up better huh!

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

coupling food and sleep

Definitely works in killing fatigue.

As for summer clerkship goes, crushing tablets to pieces is not like making sambal belacan. Hehehe. It's requires more grace, as I was enlighten today. I guess Romana didn't see me perform the act of sambal belacan making yesterday. Huahuahua.

For the purposes of memory,
- Romana (Rolling Stones :P)
- Milada
- Iveta
- The English speaking doctor (find out name!)

- Romana
- Iveta
- Irena (left-handed, sto zviř
- Martina
- Dr Kaš
párek (knows "terima kasih"!)
- The doctor with the new Octava (find out name!)

The nurses definitely deserves all the stars they could get! They're the best team to work with! Alhamdulillah, it was a pleasure to be under their supervision. :)

And Romana gave us the best book for learning Medical Czech! For free!
I think you can find it at the book store in Lipov
á ulice or the one in Celetná ulice.

Book title: Talking Medicine, Czech for Medical Student
Author: Iveta Č
Publisher: University Karlovy V Praze
Year published: 2008
(Book and CD should cost 320kc. Recommended for those who enjoys studying languages. It seems much interesting compared to Jenom Kostra <- Nora's review. :) )

And today was spent speaking lotsa Czech and trying hard to eavesdrop. Hehe.

Literature class at Intern
í Klinika-Metabolická Jednotká, ÚVN:

Co oči neví, to srdce nežádá.
(What the eyes can't see, doesn't go to the heart)

Veselá mysl, pul zdraví.
(A happy mind, half health)

Lež kratký nohy.
(Lies are short-legged *they get caught in the end*)

Krev není voda.
(Blood isn't water)

Yay to literature!
Come tomorrow, hello night shift! *Yawns*

Yeorobun hwaiting!

Sunday, July 05, 2009


Meeting someone today.

And next week is a whole row of patient care. At the hospital. Weee~

(Hope the month of very-very-little-exercise won't kill me. At least not literally :P.)

Then there's the whole new routine of packing meals. I shall go with the simplest. *Correction* Pn Nalini introduced the saying, an apple a day keeps the doctor away (and Sarah suggested that if the doctor is good looking, throw the apple away. Nyahaha), not that I can do anything about keeping the doctors away since I'll be working in a hospital~ Nyeh.

And for playboys, go and repent la weyh, and do your duty of apologising to people you've messed with. Mangkuk betul. Ish ish. Why are there so many of you infesting the Earth I wonder.

Wednesday, July 01, 2009


Tuesday, June 30, 2009

for we are given options

When you can't read Terry Pratchett;
you can watch Terry Pratchett.

Alhamdulillah for the knowledge today~

si bidadari

Quote from the-girl-on-the-fourth-FLOor's song, Si Bidadari (click to listen)

Sekaranglah masa untukku belajar semuanya
Tentang kehidupan yang sungguh istimewa
Kerana semua telah ditetapkan
dan aku hanya menunggu masa dan berdoa
Supaya ku bersedia

Unexplained, but certainly a beautiful feel is:

To know that I can only depend on God. Put all trust on Him. Do my best, and He will take care of the rest.

For what matters is, to be grateful for what He has given us;
and that, by giving all there is in my capacity to live my everyday.

Even with little things in life.

When reading.

When writing.

When talking with friends. :P

When walking around Prague.

InsyaAllah. :)

Yeah! Be better jom!

Saturday, June 27, 2009

insignificant II

Today, there's an unmistakable burning desire to acquire Terry Pratchett's Soul Music.

Read 13 pages or so at the bookstore -which was done with much suppressed giggles- before Sense told me, "You haven't the time for that", and I replied "I know, just let me reach the break for this part" (at this point, Sense sensed that there was no use in pushing me to do otherwise).

Making decisions requires you to think more than once.
I thought FOUR times to reach the not-going-to-buy decision.
For, the act abandoning what you love, it is a difficult road indeed. (To be read in most melancholic expression possible!)

Loving what you already have is none the less a challenge.
Biochemistry, filled with colourful images, should be of more interest than plain, word filled, normal papered storybook right? :P
To which one should reply: Oh yes yes yes!

Hei perempuan,
*Sayangi buku-buku anda, keSEMUAnya!* (Love your books, ALL of them!)

way out

One more reminder from Mama.

Work with a smile. :)

And if you feel that it's too hard at times, talk to people who are sure to lift you back up high. (Family, close friends and definitely the one who is always there for you, God.)

You are not alone!Hehe.

I saw a really grumpy middle-aged woman today.
Lets hope I don't turn into someone like her.
Scares me~
I hope I only slam doors or something of the like ACCIDENTALLY and not purposely!

Friday, June 26, 2009


I need to move at a faster rate.

I need to drink coffee.

And when the time calls for it, make it coffee and coke. :P

And a miracle happened! My screen went back to normal. I needn't use the monitor anymore~
Alhamdulillah :) It's truly a miracle, cause I can never imagine this to happen! It's as impossible as pieces of glassware reversed its breaking!

Okay then.. time to go up a notch and bring studying to a new level~ Wee hoo~ Time to make another-of-what-seem-impossible, possible.