Wednesday, September 29, 2010

bakar sampai jadi arang

I hate it when reality hits.
I knew it was coming.
but not from you
then I'll be confuse on whom to hate.

Monday, September 27, 2010


tried on mom's crutches, OMG it was effin' hard. wonder how ppl who hv to used it in their lifetime. *grateful mode*

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Something that light up my everyday

Coming Soon!

too early too soon

its upside down after raya.. suddenly im changing hat as a housewives (walaupun blum kawen pun).. mom, got her metatarsal bone fractured on the 3rd of raya and now she is on 2 weeks leave with cast on her feet. i totally forgotten about the design and studies. asyik fikir nak masak ape utk breakfast, lunch, dinner.. effin' tired..hope mom will recover in full health soon. Amin..

mummy muda.LOL

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

it happens for a reason

i thought i was far from being a demanding person.
i was dead.
dead wrong.

but then again. when you know yourself capable of delivering the best, why should you settle for second best?
raya rembau

Monday, September 13, 2010

10 things all single people must do

Here, we offer a checklist of experiences for single people to try before settling down.

1. Travel alone. Whether you’re trying to find your way through the Paris Metro or the London Underground, haggling over a painting in Mexico or choosing where to bed down in the Badlands, traveling by yourself builds a confidence you simply can’t get any other way. In an unfamiliar place, you have to make decisions by yourself, for yourself every day, which will build a self-reliance you’ll always treasure — even when you become part of a twosome.

**DONE- was left alone in London for 3 Days. sebab hilang passport akibat camwhore bnyk sgt.

2. Wallow in the ache of a broken heart. Oh, the pain. The agony. The pints of Ben & Jerry’s in front of the cable TV. Yep, getting dumped is beyond awful, but guess what? It’s the only way that you’ll develop the empathy you’ll need to be a better partner in a relationship. Because if you’re sensitive to the grief someone else has caused you, you’re less likely to do the same to anyone else. So, consider this painful milestone a lesson in karma that’ll serve you well as you travel through your dating days.

**hmmm..i think i cried harder when i miss my prayer compare to being dumped.

3. Spend a weekend with a married couple your age. On lonely nights, it’s common for single folk to envision marriage as a cozy scene from a classic film or mail-order catalog. But by spending 48 hours with a real couple, you’ll learn that in between the snuggling and pet names comes growling, bickering, silent treatments and maybe even a slammed door or two before they ultimately compromise. It will show you what married life is like, warts and all, so you won’t over-idealize the two-becomes-one phenomenon again.

** gilo apo nak nyebok kat newly wed house.

4. Don’t come home all night. That’s right, wild thing. Crash on a friend’s couch, take your friends up on that offer of a last-minute trip… Once you have a mate, you can’t just take off on your own without explanation. And, truthfully, you won’t want to. So if you don’t have someone you have to call and check in with every few hours, take this opportunity to check out!

**Done it zillion of times.

5. Stand up for a cause you care about. Whether you volunteer to help register voters for the next election (why not start early?) or convince your neighborhood or apartment complex to start recycling, get fired up over an issue while you have the time to devote to it. It will remind you that while, yes, finding your soul mate is pretty important, there are other issues at stake in the world that could use your help. And besides, the big-heartedness you’ll be cultivating is very attractive.

**DONE (xkan nak elaborate all the good stuff i did? habes pahala den)

6. Have a real adventure. Learn to fly a plane, surf some big waves, or start your own business. Give yourself a thrill by doing something just for you, just for the experience — without having someone at home worrying about you or nagging you not to. Oh, and one more gift with purchase: Think about how much fun you’ll have telling your next date about your daring experience.

**ALMOST DONE ( nak bungee jumping jek tggl)

7. Learn how to take care of yourself. Being solo shouldn’t keep you from cooking for yourself, so learn how to make an impressive meal for one (even if it’s mac and cheese with your own added favorite extra thrown in). While you’re at it, learn how to back up your hard drive and sew on replacement buttons. You’ll feel strong and self-sufficient — and you’ll be armed with skills to share when you are in a relationship.

**I love taking care of myself.heh

8. Buy something hugely impractical just because you love it. Once you’re in a relationship, you’ll start thinking about your partner before you purchase pricey items — not just “Will he or she hate it?” but “Is this where I want to be putting my money if we’re saving for a wedding?” The single life means a single bank account and an excuse to blow a wad of cash without (some of the) guilt. So, make yourself happy and buy something you crave, whether it’s an expensive vintage movie poster or a decked-out mountain bike.

**oh yeah... all those heels and tons of clothes. need i say more.

9. Develop a hobby. Learn to woodwork, play acoustic guitar, speak French, DJ on turntables, or make digital short films for fun. Of course you can (and should) still have hobbies when you’re dating someone, but your solo time is prime time to devote yourself to something that makes life more interesting for you — and makes you more interesting to others.

**my photog technic is improving. ah oui! Paris je taime!!

10. Be completely, utterly, wholly single for at least three months. Hopping wildly from one relationship to the next can do you a disservice. Why? Because you’re never more ripe for self-reflection than when you’re on your own — and the more you know yourself, the more likely you are to find someone who’s right for the real you.

**Like always.duh-huh

almost complete kan?? but i still want to continue doing No. 1,5,6,8,9,10. So, How?

Thursday, September 9, 2010

an hour to go b4 im off to kampung


Wednesday, September 8, 2010

bygone is bygone

So you decided to see me out of the blue,
should i let you come over?
i think you're doing fine..
that girl in your arms does she know where you come from?

Almost made me move out of town,
you don't want me to be around, i stayed anyway,
just in case...

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

beautiful monster

oh yeah.. raya is just around the corner. same ol' same ol' raya like always. might prolly next year would be different i guess. play it cool je this raya kan..orang bg lagu raya pun malas nak dgr.
i should be receiving a loud BOOOO from the audience if doing a one man show.
sorry.. but all I can think about now is finishing my final design. . but i don't feel left out cause i enjoy doing it ( hope the enjoyment would last).. its hard for me get into this kinda mood ok.. i need to keep the vibration in the same wavelength... with a lil' discrepancy, i might be off to s'pore or Pangkor. you'll never know. Perak pun boleh. gahhh... I always act on impulse.. but at the same time kinda control freak. boleh?

p/s: just a lil bit more to achieve my ramadhan target.. mushy boleh!yeah

Thursday, September 2, 2010

eden nak masak lomang!

morning peeps. selamat hari raya (especially to myself.hah). anyway, it seems that i lack the interest in writing this Ramadhan since I currently prefer posting photos as it can tell thousands of story (tp sbnrnya mmg xde idea pun sng cite). my raya holiday would only be the one stated on calender. not more nor less. *sigh. it is so hard to keep the annual leave when theres a lot of celebration going on. and for all i know its 3 month to go before December (lama gle x travel). good news is, I just got my first offer as wedding photog. At last my camera is made to good use besides taking self portrait.heh.

*raya mode is in*p/s: nak pki D90 boleh???