Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Convocation + Vacation Trip..

Hi, everyone! It has been a long time I did not update my blog and since then there were a lot of things happened in my previous time such as my status (from single to engaged and finally married), my body shape (from thin to chubby..huhu..), my carrier (from student to a work person) and etc.

So starting from now onwards, I will tell to all the bloggers one by one of the changes in my previous time until the current one. For today, I will start with the story of my convocation. Actually, I finished my study on May 2010 and I already attend my convocation on 2nd November 2010 which was the fourth session on second day of 23rd Convocation in Universiti Utara Malaysia, Kedah (UUM). We stayed in Peninsular Malaysia 6 days 5 nights. Our flight was on 1st November 2010 from Kuching to Penang and then went back to Kuching on 6th November 2010.

I still remember that time it was raining so heavily until Kedah and Perlis got flood. Luckily, my convocation on that day can be held even though most of the places in UUM already flood. However, for those graduates that had their convocation on the third day cannot make it because the flood was in the dangerous state already and they have to wait for the next convocation. Pity on them..

After my convocation, we (my parent, my husband and I) decided to move from one of the hotel in Changlun to the safer place which is Alor Star. We stayed one night in Alor Star and then we continued our journey on the next day to Langkawi Island just like what we had planned before. We spent 2 days 1 night in there and the next day we went to Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur already. We stayed in KL 3 days 2 nights. After that we went back to Penang and stayed there 1 night only. There were a lot of things happened during our trips but it was very interesting even though sometimes we quarrel with each other. Hehe..Well, this is human life..Sometimes we laugh, sometimes we cry, sometimes we mad, sometimes we cool..So what ever happened, we are still in one family.

So, here are some pictures that showed some of our journey from 1st – 6th November 2010.

My convocation picture

In Langkawi Island with my husband, Paul

In KLCC with my parent during Deepavali Day..This time I was answering a call from office..Eventhough I was on holiday but somehow, I still need to settle my office works.Huhu..

In Penang with my husband relatives..

Sunday, April 25, 2010

LaZiNeSS iS STiLL iN Me!!!

What is my topic for this day???
Emm..It's all about laziness..

Or more focus on
my laziness!!!

Every student will feel stress and tired sometimes in doing their assignments, projects paper, thesis, mid semester examination, tutorials, club's meetings, final examination and so on..
Moreover, they will also feel like they have not enough time to do what they wanted to do such as hanging out with friend, watching movie in cinema, window shopping and etc..
FYI, this month is my final examination and also my last examination in UUM..
Although this is my last examination, I felt so stressful cause I have 3 killing papers and also 2 extra subjects to replace my practical..
When it's time to do revision, I will feel so sleepy even for just 1 slide..
OMG! What is going to happen with me???

This is what I look like when I want to do my revision.
Sometimes, it's like the book read us not we read the book.

So, for those who read this blog and still feel lazy, here is some bible verse for you..

Proverbs 6:6-8

"Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise:
Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler,
Provident her meat in the summer, and gathered her food in the harvest."

GiRLs ouTiNG..

Last Thursday, I went to Jitra to have some change with my hair.
I went there with my friends, Shiela, Mel & Atie.
We began our journey at around 11.30am.
As we arrived at the place that we wanted, we decided to have our lunch first at Secret Recipe.
For my friends, it was their first time being there.
The first comment that they told me was "Wow! So expensive!"..Haha
Well, that day they spend too much only for the lunch.
Sorry gals..

This was my lunch for the day which cost around RM23 for me..

Then, we went to Kylie salon to do our main purpose for the outing.
Atie cut her hair, Shiela coloured her hair and I rebonding + cut my hair while Mel just sat and relax..
My hair process was so long, so my friends went for window shopping and bought some stuff that they wanted while waiting for me to finish.
So, here are my new hair after finished rebonding.

Front side

Back side

My hair styles since first semester in UUM

I finished doing my hair around 7pm.
Next, our plan was sang some songs at karaoke box in Aneka Shopping Complex, Jitra.
However, that day, the shop closed earlier than the other day.
Well, it was Thursday night maaa..
So, we went to KFC to eat our dinner.
Finally, we went back to campus around 9.30pm.

P/S: Thank you gals for accompanying me that day..

Monday, April 19, 2010


Forgiveness is the central message of Christianity … Jesus came … suffered and died on a cross so our sins could be washed away. Jesus appeared to Karen in a vision and she experienced the amazing power of His love and His ability to forgive. Jesus also gave Karen the heart of compassion she needed to forgive others …

Here is the story about Karen..
Just check it out..

I had not been to church for many years, though I was a believer in Jesus, and I loved Him. Suddenly I felt like He was calling me to know him better. I started reading other people's testimonies about Jesus. I read life stories of people who had near-death experiences and actually went to Heaven and met Jesus. The more I read, the closer I felt to Him. I met a new friend who invited me to church. I said, yes, anything that would draw me closer to Him.

As I sat in church, the minister asked the question, "What is the mountain in your life?" He told us to take a few minutes to meditate about it. I thought about things I had not been able to overcome in my life. My biggest mountain was definitely the lack of forgiveness I felt for people who I thought had wronged me or who had hurt me in some way. I could easily walk out of people's lives, and hold a grudge for 20 years or the rest of my life for that matter. As I thought about these things, I felt a deep wrenching pain in my heart, even physical pain, as though my heart was being squeezed tight in my chest.

I bowed my head. I knew what the bible said about forgiveness, and I thought, Jesus is probably mad at me. If I did see him, I was sure He would come condemning me. As I was thinking I should look for his face, I raised my eyes, and couldn't have been more surprised that He was actually there … in that room! Jesus was wearing a crown of thorns, and smiling at me with the most loving smile I had ever seen.

I felt no condemnation from Him at all and that surprised me. Next, I felt him sending me love that was full of compassion. It was an overwhelming kind of love that I was sure human beings aren't capable of. I was in awe that Jesus could love me that much. It was blissful. I was totally absorbed by that love to the point where I felt my heart could burst. I have never felt anything like it, and I'm sure that I never will as long as I'm on this Earth. I just continued to gaze up at Him, and He continued to smile at me. Throughout the whole vision, Jesus never once stopped smiling at me.

Next, I saw Him sending beams of transparent, white light towards my heart. I felt the light penetrating my being. The light was nothing but love, and compassion … no condemnation. Then Jesus began to communicate with me by feelings. Jesus said that He already knew all about me, about my lack of forgiveness towards others … how other people had hurt me. He said, "I know everything about you." That surprised me greatly, but I also felt comforted by it.

It meant that Jesus had never been far from me, like I had always thought, but I had been constantly under His supervision. Again, I felt more compassion pouring out from Him to me. He said, "I feel your pain. I grieve with you." He was like a loving parent who picks you up when you are hurting, and holds you in their loving arms. Jesus will comfort you, and wipe away all of your tears. I felt like I had been comforted, and held in the arms of Jesus. After He lovingly comforted me, He spoke again. Jesus told me not to worry about these things because He would take care of it. I felt a burden had been lifted, and I felt like it was easy for Him to take care of my burdens. I sensed that it was no problem at all for Him.

I was still looking at Him, still surprised by some of the things that He said. Jesus still wore that loving smile on His face … a smile that would melt the heart of the most hardened sinner. There was so much love that I felt like my heart couldn't hold it all, and it may burst. I felt like I couldn't handle it any more. Seeing all of the goodness and purity in Him, I felt like I may break down and sob. I started to feel unworthy when I compared myself to His pure holiness. I became aware of even my smallest sins. I felt unworthy of Him, and then I looked away. When I looked back, he wasn't there anymore, but I was left with a feeling of total awe. Jesus had been there, I had seen Him, I had felt Him, He had communicated with me, and I knew that He loved me more than anyone had ever loved me in my life!

Jesus blessed me with a vision and I knew He still loved me unconditionally, in spite of my flaws. I thought to myself, how could this be? Later that night I started to read the bible in the Gospel of John and Jesus answered my question clearly.

"For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God didn't send his son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through him might be saved. He that believes on him is not condemned, but he that does not believe is already condemned because he has not believed" (John 3:16-18)

I had sought to know Him with my whole heart and soul. I remembered that He had worn the crown of thorns in my vision. I now realize that they were meant to be symbolic, a reminder to me of how He loved us all enough to be lifted up, and crucified on the cross for the forgiveness of our sins. The crown of thorns is a symbol of His love that He feels for each one of us. He had truly shown me how to forgive.
Jesus said, "Father forgive them, for they do not know what they are going" (Luke 23:34).

Forgiveness is myspace graphic


Well, this is my 1st post..
Actually, i had been created this bl
og around 1 year I think..
Ok..enough of that..

FYI, i had read something in a link in Facebook (FB).

It's about someone who likes to mocked Iban community in Sarawak.

He said that Iban people are not educated (stupid), the language is an evil language, jungle's people and etc..
Not just that! He apologized to Iban people but still mocking in there.

Well, I think it just his opinion because he never went to Sarawak and only based on History.

If he did, then he was not supposed to mock Iban people!

He should know how their lifestyle there.

Cute but still look fierce..(angry mode)

As we look further, in this reality life, there are Iban people who graduated from university, not just local but also from the oversea.
Me, myself is also an Iban girl and I'm too prou
d to b Iban people.

Now, FYI, I almost finish my degree in 1 of university in Malaysia and this is my last semester beb!

This was taken during "Paradise of Sarawak" in my university
I'm 2nd from the left..

We assume there are around 100 Iban's student for each IPTA @ IPTS in Malaysia and also we assume there are around 30 IPTA@ IPTS.
So, when we total it up, the value is 3000 Iban's student.
It 's not including in the overseas.
But, still the total is AMAZING!!!
1 of his comment on Iban people is not educated is totally rejected!

Now, for the second comment of him..

Well, our government has decided to put Bahasa Iban in one of the subject taken at secondary school for PMR & SPM.

Moreover, my friends from other states in Peninsular Malaysia try to learn Iban language.They said nothing about the language, instead they like it.
They also like to hear Iban songs such as from Jerry Kamit album - Flora.
I still remember when I was still in 4th semester.
There was 1 guy who always play 1 of the Iban songs in his shop.
When I hear that song, I feel so proud..
Due on that, the 2nd comment is rejected!

Some of Iban people still live in the longhouse cause this is our culture but it doesn't mean that Iban people live in the jungle!
Some of us stay in the city & even stay in a huge house..

Some of them also have an expensive car or other vehicle.

In a nutshell, don't judge the book by its cover!

Go to Sarawak first! tThen you can say anything about Iban people but must tell the truth.