Monday, November 23, 2009


One Flaw in Women

Women have strengths that amaze men

They bear hardships and carry burdens

They hold happiness, love and joy

They smile when they want to scream

They sing when they want to cry

They cry when they are happy

and laugh when they are nervous

They fight for what they believe in

They stand up for injustice

They don't take no for an answer when they believe there is a better solution

They go without so their family can have

They go to the doctor with a frightened friend

They love unconditionally

They cry when their children excel

And cheers when their friends get awards

They are happy when they hear about a birth or a wedding

Their heart breaks when a friend dies

They grieve at the loss of a family member

Yet they are strong when they think there is no strength left

They know that a hug and a kiss can heal a broken heart

Women come in all sizes, shapes and colours

They will fly, drive, walk, run or e-mail you

To show how much they care about you

The heart of a woman is what makes the world keeps turning

They bring joy, hope and love

They have compassion and ideas

They give moral supports to family and friends

Women have vital things to say and everything to give

However....if there is one flaw in women

it is that they forget their true worth.


Sunday, November 1, 2009

It has never been easy....

In a week, I'll be finishing my first semester as a student. Well. it was last July when I decided to venture into this world that I have longed to be in. It was new, different but adventurous and exciting sometimes. Going to classes was not difficult...I manage to make some new friends, men and women, old and young, quiet and talkative who helped to decorate my life to be more cheerful and interesting....and then, i began to feel the weightage of responsibilities that I was always holding. It's was heavier than before, of course...the school work, house chores, being a wife, mother, daughter, sister and a teacher...

I tried very hard not to disappoint anyone. I would do my best to perform any task being asked, even making a cup of coffee or milo when I was busy doing my assisgnments. I know I couldn't keep up with the house chores but cooking for the family as usual is seldomly missed...I still go to the market every weekend, fetch my kids from school everyday, wash their clothes, eat-out with them whenever I'm free...yes, I still do all those things...but of course, at times I just have to do it 'cincai' due to time constrain...I'm always far from being perfect, of course.

I was thinking the other children never fail to inform me whenever they're going for examinations...they wanted me to 'du'a' for them in my prayers...and yes, I did du'a for them especially during their UPSR, PMR and SPM. My children were very lucky because their father did the same thing...But what happened when I took exams, kuizzes and tests? Nobody at home wished me good luck except from a few friends...i was not expecting but I just thought that they would remember...they would understand....

There are so many assumptions that I made when I first decide to study again...Those were totally wrong assumptions...but should I reverse the motion or should I just STOP!

p/s: I met an old friend in Seremban the other day...she was married with 5 children and she was diagnosed with breast cancer....I asked her, how did it happen? She didn't have any definite answer....but I realised now that it's not because ur not married, or not having any child or not breastfeeding your just happened......SEMOGA DIA TABAH...