I am happy to hear that my parents are at their greatest joy with voices of 5 grandchildren in their house. Sound as if they are running a day care centre every time I called home. The loudness makes my heart smiling and I know they are all smiling too. They sound healthy and contented with life.
I am happy that the lil man is surrounded by his loving grandparent, uncles and unties. He is well taken care of with unconditional love from every one.
I am happy to know that my lil man enjoy every moment of his time spending at the village I was born. I want him to appreciate the village life and observe the serenity of nature. The time that he spends to eat, sleep, play and quarrel with all his cousins.
I am happy to know that my lil man acts as a leader among his cousins being the first grandchild for my family.
I am happy to know that my big man is alive and kicking again after ups and down with his sickness and loneliness. His voice sounds lively.
I am happy to hear a cute voice of that lil girl (my 1 yr 10 month old niece, Marissa Atifah) with round eyes calling me ... " mama..mama.." .... (among fews words of her vocab) everytime I called home. Today, she tried to feed me with maruku over the phone. So cute of her!!! I could not wait to spoilt her when I am back home..hehehe.
I am happy to know that everyone is happy.
My happiness is disturbed for awhile.
Two days ago as I was driving home nearly 3 am, I was stopped by policeman. The reason being I didn’t lower down my head light quickly as I saw the car coming from opposite direction that early morning.
I denied it because there was several winding route just before I saw the car and there was a hump which at one point the car was invisible. I was tested if I was drunk…and all other crosschecking. To cut the story short, I was asked to go to a nearby police station within 7 days of the incident to show the necessary documents. Soon as I reached home that morning, I called the big man to have some piece of mind on what should I do. Managed to catch a couple hours sleep before woke-up to begin the day again.
This incident really upset me and makes me worry because I am in the midst of preparing my dry-run presentation on that day. Deliver presentation is not so difficult but anticipating the question which I need to be ready to explain clearly is always a challenge to prepare for the real presentation to companies sponsored the project.
All that I say to myself I don’t want to spoilt my presentation and just switch off this incident for a while. Deal with it when the time comes which means I must go to police station within 7 days. Otherwise I will be in trouble.
Well..well.. that is life. Sometimes you can’t expect what is coming.
Just like....“I can see the light at the end of the tunnel …but…be careful!! The train is coming”
Have a good weekend everyone, be happy and don’t forget to keep smiling…
May 26, 2006 19:14