Friday, June 29, 2007


Assalamualaikum w.b.t,
It's been quite sometime since I last wrote in this blog. These last few days/weeks, have been really hactic and I do not have time even for my self! Pity the kids, but I have tried my very best to spend some time with them and I hope I have done the best....Only a few more days to go and after that I think the situation will be a little bit different...I really hope things will get better than these last few days.
When I decided to pursue my studies, I have think about it over and over again. Do I really have to take and made changes in our life?But, I am not doing this just to fulfill my dreams, but I am doing this for our future - me, my husband and the kids. When the offer arrived, together with the scholarship offer, my husband asked me to take it....I was reluctant at that particular time. I was thinking about my family...but my husband kept encouraging me to accept it.
Somebody should be working in a university...either me or my husband. He decided ME! This is for the kids...for their future. It is not easy to get a place in a university lately....future? could be worst. At least....when one of us is 'inside' the IPTA, may be our kids could have more chances...I don't know....I just hope....................
whatever it is, our family....will always be the priority in my hard it is..I will do anything for the sake of our family.

Saturday, June 16, 2007


Assalamualaikum, It's been quite sometime I haven't written anything. I have been in IIUM, Kuantan for 14 days. Feeling? I do not know. Sometimes happy, sometimes boring.....depends on the situation. a lot of changes, for sure. I miss my friends back in Ipoh ....but new friends also not bad, it is just here in IIUM, we have to be on our own, no time for 'chit-chatting' except for a few minutes / day. Anyway, that's good .....because less 'doing ketupat'. heh..heh...
My hactic life as a postgrad student has just ; as a women, wife, mother (for 3 kids), employee and student........At this age? I am ex-SSPian, the most important thing I learned back in SSPKL (last few years)....No retreat, No surrender!