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The morning was beautiful…

… until I banged a car in front of me at the traffic light! We’re okay, the car’s okay, but I managed to leave some cracks on the bumper of the other car.

Let’s hope the damage done is not too much. I could use the money to get the silver flats I planned to buy tomorrow! Hehehe.

Am off to Malacca tomorrow – since Mr. Hubs has to attend a course there. So it’s a straight 6 days off! Yeay!


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p.s. This photo was taken at Studio Mudio by Azman Hizam. We had a great time, eventhough all of us cringed and whined about not knowing how to pose! Thanks so much to mummy-o too! 🙂



January 26, 2010 at 10:42 am 4 comments

Surat Cinta

My colleague shared with me this love letter her 12-year-old son received recently, and I just had to share it here!


Sapa pandai, cuba teka ‘kapal’ tu apa? Hehehe.

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January 25, 2010 at 4:17 pm 6 comments

The C Word

It’s devastating when you emailed a colleague who is on sick leave for quite some time to ask how she’s doing, and the reply is this :

Thanks for asking. I have breast cancer and currently undergoing chemo so I won’t be back to work until July or August.

Don’t worry! I’ll take good care of myself! Miss u all so much!

Thankfully, the colleague – aged 28, is very positive about it. I’m sure she’s strong to fight!


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January 25, 2010 at 10:44 am 2 comments

My Prayers

To turn back time to make things almost perfect in life would be impossible. The most I could do is to ask God to delete the unnecessary off my memory.

If only it is that easy.


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January 22, 2010 at 12:55 pm 3 comments

The Diet Plan

When I tried the meal replacement product and their range of supplements, I had no intention of joining in the business plan whatsoever. It was purely for myself.

Even recently, when results are a little obvious, and people starts to enquire and asking me to order for them, I am still doing it just to share a little bit of benefits with people around me. Ordering is too easy anyway – online, and it will be delivered right on your doorstep.

I started off with Usana Nutrimeal and Fibergy to replace my breakfast and lunch every day. For dinner, I take anything I feel like eating, but I cut down tremendously on rice and white bread. Even until now, I take a little bit of rice only when I attend weddings, or when Mr. Hubs crave for beriyani or what-not. I am lucky when at home, he prefers to eat other than rice too, so it’s much easier for me to avoid eating.

Water is important too of course – I consume at least 3 litres of water every day.

A little while after I started on the Nutrimeal and Fibergy, I decided to give their supplements a go. Essentials (AO Pro & Chelated Mineral), Proflavanol, Visionex and Procosa II. I made Mr. Hubs take them too, and now he swears by them. Essentials and Proflavanol is said to help people with PCOS, and it is sort of proven when after about 3 months of taking them, my sister and I got pregnant – with God’s willing too, of course.

I still take Nutrimeal for breakfast and lunch now. Much easier than hunting for healthy food at the office food court! But of course, I take it easy this time. As for the supplements, I’ve substituted Proflavanol, Visionex and Procosa to Biomega and Calcium. Until now, am feeling quite good (except for the fatigue that kicks in late evening) but the sickness is still at bay, and I do hope it will stay this way until the 40th week. Ouh, Mr. Hubs is the one getting sick once in a while actually! 😉

My biggest hope – is not to gain too much this time! Vain, I know! 😛


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January 19, 2010 at 11:44 am 11 comments

I’m a celebrity…

get me outta here!

Hehehe. A little bit of perasan moment when Amoi relates me to a Korean actress, and I don’t even know who she is!

Read about it @ Homely Amoi. 😉


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January 14, 2010 at 5:37 pm 2 comments

I’m Telling

I wanted to wait for a bit, at least until the pregnancy is established before I write about it. But I guess good news are hard to keep a secret for long, especially when it has been more than four years!

So for those who have been asking (have to admit my friends are super quick especially in understanding my konon2 not-so-obvious write-ups), yes, I’m already 6 weeks along. Thank you so much for all the well wishes, and I really do hope this time, the journey would be smooth and the coccyx pain will be at bay. The one most excited about the news is of course Mr. Hubs himself, and as for Imtiyaz, I think he still thinks adik is referring to Adik Fahd – my sister’s son.

I’ve already unlocked this entry – For me to know, written when I just found out the great news, just in case you want to read. 🙂


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January 14, 2010 at 11:56 am 13 comments

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