Friday, October 9, 2009

P/s I Love You



8.00pm. Tika anakanda di Shah Alam menelefon Ibunda di Georgetown.




Me: Hello, assalammualaikum. Maa...

Mama: Waalaikummussalam. Ya, Kaklang?

Me: Ma buatpa?

Mama: Tengok P/s I Love You. (laughs) Tapi dah nak abih dah. Tak sempat tengok dari awai tadi.

Me: Ohh, awai dia lagi syok, Ma.

Mama: Yaka? Alaa, takpala nanti tengok lagi.

Me: Ma nak mai esok?

Mama: Takla Kaklang, Papa ja. Eh, rupa2nya mak dia ka yang bagi semua surat tu??

Me: Tak.. Mak dia tolong ja. Papa sorang ja? Awat Ma tak ikut?

Mama: Sebab Papa tak bagi Mama amik cuti. Oh!! Mak dia yang tolong pos surat2 tu ey? Betuilaa, kalau tak camna surat tu bleh sampai lewat kan? (laughs)

Me: Ha ah tulaa. Ma nanti tolong suh Papa bawakkan baju kurung purple Kaklang tertinggai.

Mama: Tertinggai? Eh? Last2 dia ngan Daniel tu ka?

Me: Tak, Maaaa. Baju tu dalam almari kut.

Mama: Ohh, ha ah. Tak jadi gak ngan Daniel. (laughs)

Me: Maaaa.




There is nothing more in this world that I want than being home with you. :'(

OMG








-desiretoinspire


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

That bag




(image: artschoolvets.com)

Monday, October 5, 2009

On studying A Thousand Splendid Suns




The Integrated Regional Information Networks point out that in 2007 "Every 30 minutes, an Afghan woman dies during childbirth, 87 percent of Afghan women are illiterate, 30 percent of girls have access to education in Afghanistan, 1 in every 3 Afghan women experience physical, psychological or sexual violence, 44 years is the average life expectancy rate for women in Afghanistan, and 70 to 80 percent of women face forced marriages in Afghanistan."






and they call that fair. Hmmph!
Islam never, NEVER discriminates women.