Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Wednesday, December 24, 2008
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
i know its "poyo" and "tidak manis" and "ovvverrr" to do this, but as i am blissfully happy, i would just like to announce that...
I GOT PAID TODAY!!
yippeee! finally over the financial woes that has been making me misreable and having sleepless nites..
i teww you, 3 months of not having any salary is life changing, depression and insomnia inducing AND not to mention the breakdowns and the constant panic attacks..*shudder*..
i would like to say i learn a lot these past three months, having to make do without a lot, and i mean a LOT of stuff, but i think i manage it quite well, one of my friend even commented that i always seems like i have no worries in the world huhu well, yeah, i find it humbling to worry about how i cannot afford to put fuel in my car, or fix the damn break or that i cannot eat at my fav restaurant so often or that i cannot afford to buy that branded top WHEN there are others who are much much less fortunate than me..
because i guess at the end of the day, what doesnt kill you, will only make you stronger rite?
Monday, December 22, 2008
Thursday, December 18, 2008
can anyone just create a few for me than i just pick and choose?
mr sun, can i have it as my Christmas present? :p
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
A Senior Manager (of my current company) who is based in Mumbai, shares his experiences after talking to some of those who were caught in the recent terror attacks.
“I have spoken to a couple of people who experienced the recent terror attacks in Mumbai. Their stories have highlighted to me the importance of the company’s travel safety guidelines.
“Some managed to escape early, including two company’s catalyst staff. One man, who is a senior partner at a law firm, found his company’s HSE guidelines helped him to survive the ordeal. His story and those of others, reminds me of the importance of applying the guidelines we are offered. This is what I learnt:
Do not trust what you hear from others. Our colleagues were told at first the gunfire could be celebration crackers. Valuable minutes were lost and vulnerability increased.
In an emergency, prepare for the worst by filling the bath with water, as it may be cut off later, place wet towels under the door even if there is not a fire yet. Expect all services to fail sooner rather than later.
When fire broke out, the lawyer prepared to leave the room with his key card. Just before he closed the door, he considered a potential electricity failure and used a wet towel to keep the door slightly open. This saved his life when he had to return. Do you keep your essentials next to you when you stay in a hotel?
Smoke is difficult to manage. Many succumbed due to smoke entering their room. He told me he knew how many doors it would take to get to the fire exit! Do we know how many doors it takes to the fire exit, and how many to get back to the room?
During the fire, the lawyer opened the window yet had to return due to high-rise winds. Could you change your booking to a lower floor?
Food and water supplied soon ran low in the lawyer’s room. Ensure that you have at least a few days’ water in the room.
Advice was offered by a service centre arranged by his company. This was of great support talking him through every step such as how to barricade the door, where to stay etc. They even managed to get him on a VVIP rescue list. Have you stored the company’s in-case-of-emergency number?
He received over 2000 emails and text messages during the event. Keep your phone charged, bring a multi-purpose connector or even a spare phone or battery.
When he tried to contact his family his wife and children had their voicemail on. Have you agreed with your family on where and how to contact them in case of emergency?
Additional help came from the local consulate both during and after the ordeal. Do you travel with the consulate or embassy numbers in your phone?
“I hope none of us are forced to experience similar events but I’m planning to buy some small essentials for travel and will carry around a flashlight, extra battery and universal adapter to ensure I am well–equipped.”
Monday, December 15, 2008
so bottom line...really do not have any space for books that i know i will read only once, and being typical OCD of me, most of my books are brand new and in mint condition! come come, it'll make a great Christmas presents, plus, the holidays are near, you might wanna cuddle up with a good book after partying too much hehe..
RM 45 - HARDCOVER (almost brand new, extremely good condition, UK version)
*For reviews of all the books, check out www.amazon.com
Note : I will post more books here so keep a look out!
Membaca Itu Amalan Mulia (^_^)
Friday, December 12, 2008
so i have to work on that odd Friday 26th (Boxing Day! not that it matters here huhu) and Friday 2nd January (tis sad).... where as the rest of the family are off galivanting somewhere :(
cant wait for April.. you! yes, you!, better make sure April is on okey! :)
Happy Friday to all you folks..hope you have a great weekend...
Thursday, December 04, 2008
Tasnia and Solange in deep concentration hehe
Wednesday, December 03, 2008
Monday, December 01, 2008
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
so for this Christmas, these are the ones in my wish list...
*in case you're wondering why i say for Christmas, first because this is the time where the best sales are, especially on Boxing Day and second is the fact that some of my good friends in UK who celebrates Christmas would still give me presents despite me not celebrating it and vice versa, and you should never need further convincing to give and receive yummy presents :p ooohh, wonder who's my Secret Santa this year tee heee hee :p*
i have been saving up for one of these (although my heart wants both haha tamak) and was planning to ask my brother who resides in Germany to buy em', but in case - to make it easier for my Secret Santa, these are the one im drooling overr okey :p (but a cheaper H&M version also greatly appreciated! hehe);
This is Coach Hamptons WristletThis is Marc Jacobs Wristlet
this is the cover of the third book, cant wait to start! :p
*i should start writing again i used to write tons and tons of short stories when i was younger, dunno where all the drive and ideas went, must be about the same time the first engineering book was shoved into my hands :( oh well, its never to late to start right!*
Monday, November 24, 2008
Thursday, November 20, 2008
its my third trip already and i rather go places ive never been...
but they are even willing to pay for my hotel..
maybe i shud ask them to pay for my tickets as well hehehe
tu mcm official tour guide la plak kan?
tapi, why not right?
what do u guys think?
loving it because i think i have been idle and anti-social for so long, im starting to forget what does it feels like to dress up for a fun saturday nite, had to dig up my dancing shoes and blow the dust on my gold sequin fancy clutch and trying to figure out where in the world i put my assortments of glittering bangles and wristlets, corsages and necklaces :p
i have two formal dinners next week, one is themed "Vegas" and the other "Glamour & Glitter".. yep2, i kid you not, these are the actual theme and we have to dress accordingly! but as long as we dont have to put up any department performance *cringe*shudder* im perfectly happy to go along with the theme :)
this weekend im off to Penang with my usual bunch of favourite folks, and then some :p the event is a good friend's wedding and also, a long overdue road trip with the motley crews and a mini reunion of sort, so am very much looking forward to it :)
ive just checked air asia online and happily discovered that the place i want to go to in feb will only be rm500 per person! so dear darling you, can we go pretty pleasee?? nanti lemme know ya? :p
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
what im doing here is totally, TOTALLY different that what i was used too before in the previous company, in this new company, my brains capacity are tested to the limit, in fact beyond the limit actually, due to the fact the said capacity has shrunked considerably in the last few months having doing tedious mind bloggingly boring secretarial work previously.
but i was okay with that.
that's why i moved.
i needed the challenge for fear the longer i did not use my brains, the more stupid i will become and hence eventually i will be forced to get married to any Tom, Dick or Harry (or in this case, any Ali, Arumugam or Ah Chong (being politically correcto)) that knocks on my aunties' door on their relentless pursuit of wanting to be part of "our" family that they dont really care how the leftover daughter looks like as long as they can connect to the "name" accordingly, and being reduced to those trophy housewives types (ecewah mcm lawa sangat haha) and spend the days going to hair salons and spas and looking pretty..of course assuming tho stupid i may be, im still smart enough to marry a rich man :p
but i digress.
this challenge is although welcomed, it is however thoroughly disliked.
a contradiction, i know.
reason being.. the capacity of the challenge here in the new company is basis on FINANCE matter.
yep, the F word.
I HATE FINANCE.
i dont care about the Cost Variance Analysis, or the Profit Margin Thingamajggit or Negative and Positive Exposures or whatever else crap finance jargon you want to throw at me.
UNFORTUNATELY, not only i have to know these "things", i am actually the Custodian of it!
so u might think, why the hell did i take the job if i knew its going to involve Finance right?
well, there are two reasons behind, the first, i was actually head hunted for a different position, did the interview yadayada, all was set and ready, and upon the submission of my resignation letter, they informed me that they are offering me a different position, at a higher pay, of course..well what a girl's gotta do right? and u know how ballistic my ex-company was when i resigned, u think im gonna go up to them and say, "oops sorry he he, i withdraw my resignation *sheepishly*", suicide right? the second reason was the fact everyone, and i mean everyone says "Nique!! is ****!! only a fool will refuse and offer from ****!!" and, i who actually cares about what other people think of me (to think i should have outgrown it already) do not want to be labelled as a fool; foolishly just accept the offer and pray that i (despite everything) have made the right choice.
the best thing about this job is the exposure (oh lord, i sound like a finance person already) to the actual workings of the business, which is fantastic. everything else about the job is exactly what i want to do. and the F part is not difficult. its not rocket science. i can do the bloody thing.
but, oh i hate it.
guess the hunt isnt over yet.
Thursday, November 06, 2008
got this in my inbox, mcm pernah buat dulu, but why not, im bored at work anyhoo :p
What is the best nickname that u ever had?
the best eh..hmm..the list includes nique, nike, nicklodeon, niqnaq paddywhack, nikito, nicky..but someone called me 'tatoesh' once (which takde kena mengena ngan 'nik' hehe), so i think dats my fav :)
Rate your social life from scale 1 to 10?
let's see...hmm.. i'd say its around 5ish..maybe because ive been pretty "anti-sosial" for these past few months, tapi takpe2 nanti tunggu the "ultimate event organizer" to return by end of the year, okey folks :p
Are you in love with someone at the moment?
is being tak boleh tido, malas nak makan cos he's not there to eat with you and must hear his voice at least once a day means you're in love? then yes (^_^)
Are you missing someone at the moment?
yes, very much :(
Would you die for the one you love?
wah terlalu extreme la tu, but it depends la, if it means would i risk my life to save the person i love, like jumping through a blaze of fire to rescue him on the other side cos he broke his leg and cannot move (hahaha i watched too many movies :p) then, yes, i would :)
Do you think love hurts?
yes, all over.
When do you know that you're in love?
when i cant stop smiling and grinning (tersengeh sorang2 hehe) when i think about him, then tetiba terasa nak nangis dan bergenang ayer mata cos im missing him so much, that's when i know.
Whats the best thing about love?
everything (mcm banyak sangat nak tulis, shy la *blush*blush*)
Whats the worst thing about love?
Will you wait for someone you love?
only if he asks me too
What song that best describes your love life at the moment?
I Miss You - Incubus
Do you wanna get married?
Have you talked to the person you love in less than24 hours?
Do you keep memories or try to forget them?
i keep the good ones
Is love always on your side or the opposite way?
opposite way, ive had the unluckiest love life/history ever, ever! but im still hopefull and positive about it! so either im an idiot or a totally hopeless romantic huhu
Do you have a gay/lesbian/bisexual friend?
yeap yeap...they are pretty interesting bunch of people! (apakah kena mengena with love??)
Are you sick of love?
tired of waiting yes, but not sick of it
Are you sick of questions on love?
hehe after ALL the above questions about them?? now i am :p
Do you believe in soulmates?
i believe in two people falling in love and working hard to make sure that the love lasts forever..soulmates are a lovely idea, but i think that would be too easy..
1. Miss Olyn
2. Miss Aeni
3. Miss Herlina
4. Miss Pugly
5. Miss Elmy
eh semua girls ek, takpe la..
jawab2, jangan tak jawab :p
ps : just realised kan, the first two questions kan, macam takde kena mengena about yr love life kan? kan? kan?
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
its now a race within all the oil companies to built the best/first facilities to cater to the capacity required for the bio fuels..
at only 5% difference (normal fuel 95% palm oil 5%), is it really worth the millions of dollars spent to change the infrastructure?
sustainability and environmentally aspect of it - of course its worth every penny..
but have we really thought this through?
i for one gladly welcome the change, having wrote a paper on it last year for my Masters degree on the future of sea transport, but the difference is that was for marine use only, this is talking about on the road public vehicles where the logistics is even more far and wide..
but we'll see :)
will it come to this? :p
Tuesday, November 04, 2008
im feeling the aftermath of being deprived of my salaries since September :(
i hate money, not having it, that is..is there anyone there who hates having too much money?
another 20 days before i finally get paid..
three months of being broken, how the hell did i survive?
Monday, November 03, 2008
From the instructions for some diets, you'd think losing weight was more complicated than calibrating a sextant against Orion on a cloudy night. The food diaries you need to write; the nutrition labels you need to read and pronounce and translate; the protein, fat, and carbohydrate grams you have to add up. It's time to try an easier way. No math, no more squinting at the fine print and trying to decipher those words with no vowels. Instead, just 20 everyday tactics that will get you started on your weight-loss plan and then help you stick to it. Soon enough, your diet will simply become the way you eat.
1. Always eat dessert. Yes, always. "A small amount can signal that the meal is over," says Barbara Rolls, Ph.D., author of The Volumetrics Eating Plan. She ends her meals with a piece of quality chocolate and she's a doctor. (hehehe i like this one!)
2. Get help from a paper napkin. You can use it to blot a teaspoon of fat off a pizza slice. That may not sound like a lot, but multiply it by a slice a week, and that's more than a whole cup of fat you won't eat or wear this year. (yes, this actually helps especially those oily goreng pisang and KFC fried chicken, blot off the excess oil and fat, euwwww)
3. Take the beltway. When junk food beckons, tighten your belt a notch. Not so you can't breathe, but so you have a gentle reminder of the size you'd like to be. "The scale isn't the only measure of weight," says Roberta Anding, R.D., a spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association. (wear yr tight barely-breathing skinny jeans can oso kan kan :p)
4. Go public. Enlist the help of friends, family, and coworkers and know they're watching. "The power of embarrassment is greater than willpower," says Stephen Gullo, Ph.D., author of The Thin Commandments. (hmm, shud try this! olyn dear, be my advisor :p)
5. Milk it for all it's worth. Consuming 1,800 milligrams of calcium a day could block the absorption of about 80 calories, according to a recent University of Tennessee study. Jump-start your calcium intake by filling your coffee mug with skim or 1 percent milk, drinking it down to the level you want in your coffee, then pouring in your caffeine fix. That's 300 mg down, 1,500 to go. (damn, am allergic to milk huhu)
6. Scrape by. Always order your bagel or burger with a plastic knife. Use it to scrape off the excess cream cheese and mayo. You could shave off as many as half the calories.
7. Spice things up. Capsaicin, the substance that puts the hot in hot pepper, temporarily boosts your metabolism. Just make sure you're drinking a yogurt lassi with that searing-hot chicken vindaloo. Dairy blocks capsaicin's sweat-inducing signals better than water. (must try eating more spicy food! mr sun will so proud hehe)
8. Case the organic section. That's where you're likely to find bread and cereal with fiber counts that put the conventional choices to shame. Thought you were doing well with your 3-grams-per-serving Cheerios? Nature's Path Slim blows it away with 10 g. (And it really doesn't taste like a shredded shoebox.)
9. Increase your a-peel. Speaking of fiber, a lot of it's in the peel, whether it's potatoes, apples, or pears. Even oranges don't eat the whole peel, but keep the pith, that white stringy stuff; it's packed with flavonoids. More nutrients, more fiber, less labor. It's a win-win-win. (must not be manja and peel even grapes haha)
10. Spend lavishly on precut vegetables at the supermarket. Sure, they cost more, but you're more likely to eat them. "Make low-energy snacks as easy as possible," Dr. Rolls says. "Keep vegetables as near to hand as you can. Make it so you have no excuse." (i tot kalau dah pre-cut mcm lagi tak fresh or sumting like datt)
11. Upgrade your restaurant selection. Pick a place where you'll actually want to linger. "When the meals are not hurried, the presentation is beautiful and the portions are reasonable so you can regulate your attitude," Anding says. That means your body not the empty plate will tell you when to stop. (wahhh, more excuse to eat at expensive place meh?)
12. Eat a snack at 3 p.m., no matter what. "Have a 150-calorie snack [now], and it can save you 400 calories later," Anding says. An ounce of nuts or two sticks of string cheese weigh in at about 170 calories. (i agree! it makes you less lazier to go the gym after work too, cos yr less hungry)
13. Drink with your dominant hand. If you're circulating at a party, Dr. Rolls suggests keeping your glass in the hand you eat with. If you're drinking with it, you can't eat with it, can you?
14. Plate it. Whatever it is, don't eat it out of the container and don't bring the container to the couch. "Part of satiety is visual," Anding says. "Your brain actually has to see the food on the plate, and when you reach into the jar, or the box, or the bag, you don't see it." If it's worth eating, put it on a plate. Eat what's there, then stop. (owh must change my lazy ways of taking the entire carton of Haagen Daaz for the Two Pints marathon huhu)
15. Send back the bread. All it takes is a wave of the hand, a smile, and a "No, thank you." (hmmmmmmmmm)
16. Start with salad. It's the holy grail of dieting eat less by eating more. Dr. Rolls's research has found that eating a salad as a first course decreased total lunch calories by 12 percent. Avoid the croutons and creamy dressings, which have the opposite effect. (i do, i do!)
17. Go out for ice cream. Or an eclair. Or even guacamole and chips. Just go out. Don't keep your danger foods in the house. You can't eat half of a carton of ice cream that's not there in the first place.(hehehe i rest my case :p jom kengkawan gi makan lecka lecka :p)
18. Give yourself a hand. Find a way other than food to work off your nervous energy. "It's behavior modification," Anding says. "Instead of grabbing a bag of chips, you pick up your knitting. Art works, woodworking works anything that occupies your hands."
19. Wait a minute. Well, 10 minutes. When your mind strays from your desk to the vending machine, it could be hunger or it could be boredom or irritation with your boss. If you're still thinking about snacking 10 minutes later, then you're probably hungry. Think of it as a chance to have one of the nine servings of fruits and vegetables you need each day. (yes, its definetely boredom for me and trying to stay awake as i walk to the co-op finding something to munch huhu)
20. Go wild once in a while. Deprivation won't make you thin or happy. Designate a meal or two a week when you can eat absolutely anything you want. (weeeeeee!)
susah kah? (^_^)
over the past two weeks, we passed each other occasionally, and during those brief meetings she informed me that she has to do a lot of reading and not much work yet, fair enough, i said, that is normal, when i first started working, the first few weeks all i did was read and make photocopies of tons and tons of documents and keying in tons of mindless data, but hey what did you expect, right?
last week i met with a hr personnel that did the orientation for both of us the other day and she informed that the young girl has resigned! i was schocked, as the reason she gave the hr personnel was that she had nothing to do and there was not much guidance given for her to be able to do work. !!!
such a silly little girl right? extremely pampered and arrogant right? first it was not easy to get such placement in this kind of oil company, with really attractive salary and luxurious benefits, it is a highly competetive world out there and in this times where economic recession is upon us, and as a fresh graduate, simply changing jobs because "you are bored" is simply not a good enough excuse! i havent met a single person whom when they first started felt a little bored but then of course it will pick up, you cant expect the company to entrust you with milions of dollars project on your first day right?
there are hundreds of unemployed people out there and here this silly girl, confident in herself because of her outstanding result, she can get a job anywhere else, which she probably can, but to what extend if that is the kind attitude she has. i spoke my mind to the hr person the other that big oil companies like this should give a chance to those who has lower CGPAs too. just because your result is lower it does not mean you are not smart, being in the corporate world is not just about being academicaly smart but if you work hard and you work smart, you can get ahead in this world. in fact, some of the most of succesful people i know today does not have a 3.0 in their cgs, but they sure work hard and look where they are today!
these big oil companies, at the end of the day, when you take people in at mid-career level, because of their success in other companies who gives them a chance and their excellent reputation in their respective industry, take a look at their uni results, i bet that more than half of them do not graduate with first class honours but graduated with an open mind, full of initiative, and motivation and the ability to create oppurtunities for themselves. im not dissing those with with first class honours, fair enough you work hard for your result, but all im saying is, to these big big companies, give everyone a fair chance and sometimes, people just might surprise you :)
maybe this is why she left? :p
Friday, October 31, 2008
i met an ex utp-ian friend the other day, and had dinner at Dome in KLCC, she has had a very succesful career and now lives in Dubai where she is the Manager for one major-est international oil company in the world, and her normal schedule revolves around jet setting to the States, to Europe, South Africa or parts of Asia on monthly basis..we had always predicted she will be highly succesful, she's smart and funny and friendly and most importantly, she's nice, like really really helpful friendly and kindly nice :)
anyway, since i have not seen her for about 5 years already, the dinner was spent catching up on news and such, there were only five of us there but i think we created enough noise for twenty hehe the major issue was, she's getting married! and her love story was one of the sweetest i have ever heard! straight out of the movies! she's getting married to her best friend, a best friend since childhood as they grew up together, she confessed that she has had a crush on him since forever but not wanting to ruin the friendship etc etc she kept it to herself, little did she know that he feels the same way too!
so they both went separate ways and fell in love with other people, although it all never seems to work out, finally early this year, a day before Valentine's Day, they both found themselves single again, and she somehow found the courage to say what she wanted to say, and of course he felt the same way too! so last august they got engaged, which funnily enough happened while she is Dubai and they do it over the phone! and now, on the 22nd Nov, they will be getting married!
i asked her why she never confessed her feelings earlier, they could have gotten together sooner! think of all those years! but she explained that the timing just wasnt right and she herself didnt know what came over her to confess something like that, its really not in her at all! but she said, that night she just had the strongest feeling that this is the right time to say it, and she was right, the timing was perfect :) isnt that the sweetest and loveliest thing you've ever heard!its the greatest feeling in the world to fall in love with your best friend, someone you knew so well and respected :) and i wish them a happy and long lasting marriage, insyallah :)
Thursday, October 30, 2008
and being a typical Gemini, i actually have two diaries, one about my real life and the other about an imaginary life i wish i have :) i started keeping diaries when i turned 9, having been inspired by Emily of New Moon and Anne of Green Gables, of course :p i remember my first diary, it was one of those big brown leather diaries from my father's company, he used to only give them to my sisters, but that year he gave me two of them, saying how he's always seeing me scribbling stuff on bits and pieces of paper. he knew even then that i dearly love to write stories and would more likely to waste printer papers, hence the gift :p
what sort of things you write in your diary? i bet its the usual, your hopes and dreams, your favourite star, your favourite movie and things you wish you have, like a pony or a playhouse or be one of the kids in Sesame Street :p
the first thing i always do when i got diaries was to look up my birthday. of course, everybody does that, no matter what your age right? and when you are 9, and you proudly marked your birthday as a very busy day, you schedule is free for the rest of the year but comes Jun 7, yep, you will be busy :p
i wrote quite feverishly in those diaries, writing what really happened in one diary, and creating a totally imaginary world in another, thank god i never got confuse of the two! being the middle child, with two temperemental older sisters and one younger brother who demands all attention, i was pretty much left quite alone, mostly staying in my room reading or writing.
i didnt keep a diary every year but one of thickest diary i have was i was in Form 5, writing about add maths (yucks), crushes, being captain of the house cheering squad, writing and directing my first award winning school play and dikir barat practices, being the features editor of the school magazine, interviewed two good looking astronauts, being featured on TV3 (hehe yess, i did, will tell you in another story) and of course boys and parties, i remember arguing with my parents to let me go to the News Straits Times Writer's Bloc Camp after Form 5, i was one of the 25 that was selected from hundreds all over the country, of course I want to go right? they were not too happy that i secretly applied :p i can see the pattern there when i secretly applied for Chevening and got that too :p
i found one of my diaries last week, when i was cleaning up the junk in the storeroom. amidst the pictures and love letters from THE ex boyfriend, there lay a blue and green spiral notebook with the words Private and Confidential written in bold black lettering on it, subtle i know :p it was the diary i kept when i was 12 years old, and i wrote about falling in love for the first time with that cute boy in my religious class and i wrote about how confident i was that i will be married by the age of 26 and most importantly i wrote that my biggest dream would be working and living independently, either here or in overseas, having my own apartment, i even wrote how i would decorate it and the dinner parties i would host in it, even then, my dreams were pretty big..
i put the diary back into the box, along the pictures and love letters, somethings you just cant throw out, and put the box in my room, instead of back in the storage. i had a dream to achieve :)
Note : i am glad i had kept those diaries and i am glad that we now have a better diary system, i think blogs have got to be one of the best thing about the world wide web, what you write will be around forever and forever and a testimonial that you have once existed and that it had mattered to a lot of people. you had mattered to a lot of people and i think that's all most people really want in this world :)
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Monday, September 29, 2008
This is has been an extremely tough Ramadhan, banyak betul dugaan, but Alhamdullilah, everything turns out well after all :) im really glad everything is over so that i can celebrate Eid in peace :)
So to All my dear darlings Friends and Family, wishing you;
SELAMAT HARI RAYA AIDILFITRI
MAAF ZAHIR & BATIN
To my dearest friends di perantauan, have a good and blessed Eid okey? hehe, i know2 im usually the most excited kalau nak raya kat masa kat UK dulu, i would be organising the open house, delegation of the cooking and the decorations and the music :) oh, rindu nye nak raya kat Plymouth..despite what everyone thinks, sambut hari raya kat overseas meriah tau, sometime lagi meriah dari kat Malaysia hehe
To that special "Someone", dont miss me too much kay? jangan la sedeh2 masa dengar lagu raya tu, InsyAllah one day we will can celebrate raya again together okey :) I'm missing you too, Selamat Hari Raya, Sayang (^_^)
mula2 hari tu tamo gi convo hehe tapi tetiba bertukar fikiran plak :p
anyway, the pictures are lovely! wish i was there huhu tapi takpe nanti hadiah convo semua bagi masa balik mesia wokey (^_^) i know what you want hehe
dia ni slalu ramai jer awek keliling2 but be warned, he's single but not available kan kan :p
ni convo sudah, bile nak balik Malaysia nie? tak reti2 nak balik ke? hehehe jangan mare..larikksss :p
Sunday, September 28, 2008
I AM FREE!
yes! hehe.. :)
needless to say, in a nutshell, i didnt sue them and they managed to give me my letter which i have already passed to the other company so all is well there, i will get paid my September salary after they have deducted everything under the moon and the sun and the kitchen sink of all five of the office pantries, leaving me a measly amount of 500 bucks left to my already pitiful salary BUT at this point of time, im too tired to argue already, i just want to get the hell out of there as fast as i could :)
i would like to take this oppurtunity to thank all my dear dear colleaques, it is times like this that the line between colleaques and friends are crossed and i found who my real friends are in the company, you know who you are (^_^) nanti saya dapat gaji dari company sana kite gi makan2 steamboat okey :p im going to miss them so much huhu but takpe bukan nak pindah jauh sangat pun, we can still go for after work's JCO hehe
remember i said there's a part two of the story?
yes, i will write about it, but maybe after raya.
the reason i want to write is to serve as a reminder to myself.. and who knows it may be a lesson to others too, we all can learn from mistakes other people makes, even if that person is too arrogant and too stupid to realise that they made a mistake.
I AM FREE (^_^)