Archive for May 2011
Just got back from shooting my brother & my sister-in-law at Taman Kelahiran Shah Alam.
They actually rented the suit and the dress for a photography session but I don’t know why they couldn’t make it. Their actual photographer is Md Adib (www.arfengwork.com) who’s a maestro in capturing wonderful wedding photos. Go check him out.
I’m neither a professional nor good photographer I know, just doing for the sake of my brother.
Enjoy the pictures will you?
Posted by A.R
I’m very glad that I got a very beautiful sister-in-law.
The wedding is officially over yesterday’s evening but the lethargy is still there. I wish I could have just quaffed from something last night so I don’t have to wake up this morning to recover the tiredness.
Thanks to my friends who eventually made it to the event, thanks to my ever beautiful and sweet ex TESL classmate, Farah Fauzi who came with my Twitter friend Kak Jad and her sister, Adibah.
They actually came a tad early at 12 sharp and when I was selecting the pictures to upload onto Facebook, I mislooked at their pictures and not even glanced on it. So here it is, say hello to my new disturbing watermark :P
Thank you wonder girls for coming!
Our own Malaysian Jedi also made an appearance at the wedding but this time, in green. That’s my friend Shida and her best friend, Aida. She looks stunning though in her dress. I didn’t expect that she would come to the wedding like that. Macam nak datang award!
Thank you Bem, Shida & Aida for coming!
My brother used to be a prefect when he was in primary school and one of his juniors that still remember what she called him when he was in Standard 6 is Ridzuani Salma (second from right, with blue tudung).
These are my bestfriends especially Syakira and Fazri. The white uniform he’s wearing is his pilot uniform. He’s just got back from work and came straight to the event.
Thank you Fazri for coming, at least you came, bukan tak datang langsung. :)
Finally, my cousin, Muhammad Faiz. Cute, isn’t he?
Today, I woke up pretty late, heavy headed this morning and as usual, right after I wake up from my sleep, I would check my e-mail accounts for new mails.
As the SIFE UiTM Boot Camp 2011 is taking place this weekend, everything’s just going at a faster pace. 3 new e-mails required follow-ups and 1 tempting e-mail from AirAsia. Okay, it’s not holiday yet.
Thank you my awesome SIFE seniors for coming!
Initially, the plan was to hold the event at Kolej Cemara-Akasia in Section 18. But since there’s a substantial amount of students enrolled at the college, all the rooms aren’t vacant now. We had to seek for another location that could accommodate all the the delegates from other branches.
The options? NONE.
We have no other options (since all the UiTM colleges around Shah Alam is fully occupied) but to rent some cheap hotels in Section 7 to accommodate the students and the faculty advisors as well (at least I think so).
Renting the cheap hotels also doesn’t mean that it’s as cheap as it sounds. At RM128/room for 4 days 3 nights times by the rooms that we require, hmm… It’s quite a number! So we might have to increase the budget as well. That sounds a tad tedious too.
I think that’s all. I wrote this while waiting for something and now that the thing is here, that’s it. I’m gonna sign off.
Sorry for the hiatus.
A lot of things happen past few weeks, my Pak Ngah died;
because of an accident (7/5/2011):
Dear Pak Ngah, our prayers will always be there for you. :’(
and today, in my family’s history, my brother got married to his longtime (9-years) girlfriend and now my sister-in-law, Izyanie Raihan.
Welcome to the family, Kak Yanie!
Guess that’s all.
Need to get the mojo back.
Posted by A.R
First, I must say that I LOL-ed to Azi’s status she updated on Thursday. Usually, candidates who sit right under the air conditioner will feel as if they are overseas.
I thought it was always wise to not to sit under the air cond but not until yesterday, when I sit for my final examination at Dewan Agong Tuanku Canselor, the new majestic hall at Shah Alam Campus.
This is the hall. Notice the nice wall decorations there.
I was the first student to step in to the hall to sit for the exam yesterday as the invigilator called according to the groups. I looked above, there was no air blower at all so I chose to sit at the far left, near the wall.
It was an innocent looking decorated wall indeed and yes it was perforated. For someone who hasn’t seen an air cond which is built into the wall like me, they will be totally fooled by the wall. I thought the perforated wall is absolutely for aesthetic purposes only but not at all!
See how close I was?
For the first 30 minutes, the air cond didn’t blow the air and I could write all fine. But when it started to blow the dry cold air, my fingers got stiffened up! I did some hand warming but it didn’t give any heat!
And today, thanks to the air conditioner in disguise, I can feel the throat is acting up.
So the moral of the story is, don’t trust anyone or anything even they might look innocent to you! Right?
Have a nice weekend!