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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

A makeover + Kuantan







Gave this shed of mine a new makeover. I guess...I still love the sparrow motives? Lol. It's really obvious isn't it. Anyways, I had my free time tonight and thought I'd give this place a little decorating. Though it isn't that fancy and my editing skills levels up to a primary school student haha. Aint a pro yet (since 2005). But oh well, it'll do for the time being.

From Euphemism, Edelweiss, Melancholy Seed and now...renaming it to 'She's Thunderstorms'. The title is adapted (ceh adapted tu) from one of Arctic Monkey's song and I'm just head over heels with that song. It kinda described me in a way, as a person of course. I hope it doesn't sound so corny or cheesy though haha :/ And oh, I edited a new Salam salutation too. If you noticed :D
You would see me blogging occasionally recently. But wait till I get into the 5-6th week of semester. It will be full of fieldtrips already! I mean the weekend of course. As usual, its gonna get really exhausting, with the weather being so unstable these days! Tell me about it. So far, our trips are marked on the map to Tanjung Tuan (PD), Kuala Koh (Kelantan), Jelebu (Negeri Sembilan), FRIM (Kepong) and many more. Rimba Ilmu is of course not included, not when I go there for class and practical sessions twice a weak. Getting kinda used to the environment now.

So over the last weekend, I spent it up north to Kuantan. For an old friend's wedding. So it was really a well spent one. Out from the hassles of city, even for a short while.

NOW.
Ergh bulat gila muka T_T

It was Kak Nasyrah's walimah. Her family was really close to ours back when we were in the UK. We travelled together a lot. Scotland, Ireland, Wales and our favorite place was Lake District and Bolton Abbey. Perfect place for picnics. Back then my family loved going on picnics with our large tuppawares and picnic basket. Now residing in Malaysia, we've never done it. Haha.... Anyways, It was always with these bunch. And they've all grown....including yours truly ahahahahhah. We were like a small clan of kids. Kak Nasyrah was like a big sister to me. We always meet up after schools. We celebrate our birthdays and barbequed together. We fought and argued too. Lol. Come to think of it, I can't believe I was that small and naive. But I was happy. Like first world problems never made an existence in my life. And this is CHILDHOOD. Right? Childhood phase was supposed to be the happiest and that's why the memory is still vivid and crystal clear until to this present day.

THEN.


Eddisbury, Strawberry picking =)



Portmeirion gallery thingymajig in Wales.



Cheshire Oaks Outlet. Our favorite shopping spot.


Ya Tuhan..........hahahahahahaha. Please jangan gelak k.

So I was right. We were like a small clan, closely fit ;)

It was a walk down the memory lane, meeting them. It really was. I missed having them around during our time in Manchester. In fact, I miss everything about it. If only life was better like it used be...


With arwah Uncle Wahab. 
My dad kept saying, it wasnt the same without his presence. Deep down, I felt really sad.



Semoga tenang di sana ;')

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Pantai Batu Hitam.

Goodnight.




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