Another Journey Up North

December 11, 2009 at 11:46 am 7 comments

If you have been in contact with me, and have planned to meet up some time, you’d probably notice I would always some weddings or kenduri of some sort to attend. One of the reasons is probably because both my family and Mr. Hubs is right here in KL. There’ll be frequent calls of asking us whether we would tag along, etc, etc.

Not much of friends’ wedding when you’ve reached my age actually (but looking forward to a friend’s wedding next week, double YEAY!). Mr. Hubs has a very huge family on his mum’s side, and loads and loads of cousins of course. I think for the next twenty years or so, I’d still be attending his cousins’ weddings, seriously! Maybe one or two each year, who knows! 😉

So we’re going up North tonight. Good thing this cousin’s house is within walking distance from my grandma’s place. Sometimes I think Mr. Hubs is more excited than I am when going to my grandma’s! One very obvious reason is my grandma knows he simply LOVE her super delish homemade murtabak, and until now, she never failed to have some ready for him every time we are there. Talk about being spoilt!

And the boy… when we told him we’re going to Tok Nek’s house tonight, he asked, “…and play game?” Luckily he did not object when we said, “No games… at Tok Nek’s house we always see the chicken and the cow, remember?”

Looking forward to the whole month of December. With all the public holidays and the planned leaves, who wouldn’t?

Have a nice weekend, people!


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7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. bai  |  December 11, 2009 at 1:30 pm

    lucky husband! haha..have a good weekend

  • 2. momster  |  December 11, 2009 at 3:20 pm

    lucky kan? 😉

  • 3. ideserveabreak  |  December 11, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    i have like 100 cousins you know! big family too on both sides of my family….and thats why its quite hard to meet-up with friends when im home for a short break. and now there’s dzul’s family to accomodate too, so you can imagine the fiasco for gatherings.

    ps: can go bancrupt masa raya!

  • 4. zezz  |  December 15, 2009 at 8:48 am

    just got back from the north myself…brought ziyad to meet his mamu mami khala maktok tokbah dadi dada etc etc

    he’s a very social creature, hope it’ll last.

    senang parents nak mkn kt rumah org heh heh 😛

    oh…it’s VERY hot up there 😦

  • 5. momster  |  December 15, 2009 at 10:01 am

    sama laa… bancrupt masa raya! 😉

    tunggu bila ziyad dah start jalan… then u’ll know! 😉 nak makan je kena kejar anak, nak makan je kena kejar lagi… hehehe…

    mmg extremely panas la last weekend…

  • 6. zezz  |  December 16, 2009 at 8:43 am

    nins – oh i totally forgot about the ‘dapat kaki’ part…well, just enjoy it while it lasts la kan haha

  • 7. The cous~ :)  |  December 16, 2009 at 9:19 pm

    going back to siti’s!!!!! no fair!! love her murtabak to d max!!!~ 😀


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