Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Cerita Ramadan

Alhamdulillah, hari ni dah 15 hari kita berpuasa.  Syukur kepada Allah SWT kerana aku masih lagi bernafas untuk menunaikan ibadah puasa pada tahun ini.  Dah hari ke 15 kan, aku tak cerita kat blog pun pasal Ramadan kali ini.  Bukan taknak cerita tapi rasanya macam tak ada apa nak cerita.  Ramadan aku tahun ni sama je macam tahun-tahun yang lepas.  Seperti biasa pada setiap hari bekerja aku berbuka kat rumah mak mertua aku.  Memang aku tak masak pun.  En Khairol akan ambil aku di pejabat lepas tu kami akan ke pasar Ramadan untuk membeli apa-apa yang patut.  2 benda yang kami wajib beli ialah air soya dan murtabak. Kuih-muih jarang beli kecuali Qistina nak makan.  Aku ni masak tak masak masa bersahur, itu pun goreng telur je.  Kebetulan tahun ni biras aku berniaga lauk-pauk kat pasar Ramadan.  Bila dia balik, ada lauk yang tak habis tu kami bungkuslah untuk bersahur.  Memang aku tak merasa lagi berbuka kat rumah sendiri.  Hujung minggu lepas pun aku balik rumah mak.  Hujung minggu yang baru ni berbuka rumah mak mertua juga sebab kakak ipar aku balik.  Hujung minggu ni pulak cuti 3 hari sebab hari Jumaat Nuzul Quran, Pahang cuti, kami nak pergi ke Jengka lak.  Fuhhh penuh aktiviti kami hehehe.  Jadi bila nak berbuka kat rumah ni?  Rasanya hujung-hujung Ramadan nanti kot baru boleh berbuka kat rumah.

Seperti biasa setiap kali Ramadan aku dengan En Khairol suka berjalan ke pasar-pasar Ramadan yang ada kat bandar kami.  Setakat ni dah 4 pasar Ramadan kami pergi tak termasuk yang kami setiap hari pergi sebab nak beli air soya yang sedap.  Yang jauh-jauh tak pergi lagi haaa hujung minggu ni pergi pasar Ramadan kat Jengka lar.

Tarawikh lak aku cuma sempat pergi malam 1 Ramadan.  Lepas tu tak dapat dah sebab Amzar tak ada sapa nak jaga. Ada anak sedara aku tu tapi sian lak kat dia sebab siangnya dia dah jaga sambil tolong ibu dia, biras aku tu memasak, malam lak takkan nak suruh dia jaga juga.  Nanti bila ibu dia balik dari berniaga kena tolong mengemas lak.

Inilah serba-sedikit cerita Ramadan aku sampai hari ke 15 ni.  Oh ya lupa lak nak bagitahu yang aku dah bertukar pejabat dah bermula 16hb hari tu.  Masih di bangunan yang sama cuma di bahagian berbeza.  Dulu di tingkat 2 sekarang ni di tingkat 4.  Sedih juga nak tinggalkan pejabat lama sebab dah 10 tahun kat situ tapi kena bertukarlah juga.  Sebenarnya bagus juga buat pertukaran ni sebab boleh merasai suasana baru, bidang baru. Skop kerja memang tak berubah tapi bidang kerja tu.  10 tahun tu aku kat sumber manusia, sekarang ni kat pembangunan, memang berbeza.  Cuma terasa sebab bertukar masa bulan Ramadan.  Jadi berpuasa dengan kawan-kawan baru yang tak berapa kenal lagi.  Apa pun mereka ok.

Oklah, kalau aku rajin nanti aku cerita kat mana air soya yang sedap tu ya. Selamat berpuasa semua!!!


Lina

First Photo of The Royal Baby

Jom kita layan gambar-gambar The Royal Baby

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Lina

Datin Umi Kalsom Meninggal Dunia





Innalillahiwainnalillahirajiun... Datin Umi Kalsom telah kembali ke rahmatullah awal pagi tadi.  Untuk cerita yang lebih lanjut boleh baca kat blog Kak Jee ni.



Lina

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

It's a boy for Britain's William and Kate

Haha sekali-sekala siar berita omputih sikit. Aku rasa seluruh dunia tengah celebrate kelahiran anak Prince William dan Kate Middleton ni.  Pasangan ini yang mendapat baby lelaki petang semalam memang ditunggu-tunggu kelahirannya.  Untuk berita lanjut boleh baca kat bawah ni.

Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate were celebrating after she gave birth to a baby boy, providing the royal family with a future king and sparking a global media frenzy.
Cheering crowds rushed towards the gates of Buckingham Palace as it was announced that the Duchess of Cambridge had produced a healthy male heir weighing 8lbs 6oz (3.8 kilos).
The as-yet unnamed baby is third in line to the throne and in the direct line of succession after Queen Elizabeth II's eldest son and heir Prince Charles, and then his eldest son William.
"We could not be happier," William, the son of Charles and the late Princess Diana, said in a brief statement.
US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle led international tributes to the "joyous occasion" while Canada was the first of the 15 overseas Commonwealth realms, countries where the queen is monarch, to hail the birth.
The former Kate Middleton, 31, spent ten hours in labour after she and William arrived around dawn at the private Lindo wing of London's St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, in central London.
"Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 4:24 pm (1524 GMT)," Kensington Palace said in a statement just over four hours after she gave birth.
"The baby weighs 8lbs 6oz. The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth."
It was in the same hospital wing that the late Princess Diana gave birth to William in 1982.
Royal aides later placed a formal bulletin on a gold easel in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace which said that both Kate and her son were "doing well".
Royal doctor Marcus Setchell added: "Wonderful baby. Beautiful baby".
The queen, 87, said she was "delighted" while Prince Charles said he was overjoyed.
British landmarks including the London Eye and BT Tower were lit in red white and blue to celebrate the baby's birth while cannon fire will ring out across the capital on Tuesday.
Newspapers splashed the arrival over their front pages, with many saying simply: "It's a boy."
The arrival of a royal baby and a new generation for the British monarchy had been hotly anticipated ever since the couple married in 2011 after a decade-long romance.
The popular couple have been widely credited with revitalising "The Firm", as the British royals are known, following decades of scandal and the death of Diana in a Paris car crash in 1997.
The palace said the boy's name would be revealed later, but he will be known as Prince of Cambridge.
Bookmakers say the favourites are George and James, traditional names for a future monarch.
William, also 31 has been on annual leave and will take two weeks' paternity leave from his job as a Royal Air Force search and rescue pilot.
The birth came later than widely expected, adding to the sense of anticipation -- as well as the frustrations of hundreds of members of the international media who waited outside the hospital for three weeks.
Prince Charles said that he and his second wife Camilla were "overjoyed at the arrival of my first grandchild".
"It is an incredibly special moment for William and Catherine and we are so thrilled for them on the birth of their baby boy," the 64-year-old heir to the throne said in a statement.
"Grandparenthood is a unique moment in anyone's life, as countless kind people have told me in recent months, so I am enormously proud and happy to be a grandfather for the first time and we are eagerly looking forward to seeing the baby in the near future."
The fact that it is a boy averted the need to rush through new succession laws across the 16 Commonwealth realms, which would mean that a royal princess could no longer be overtaken by any future younger brothers.
Royal fanatics gathered in London could not hide their excitement.
"We think it's so exciting that there is a new third in line to the throne," said Janice, a visitor from Ohio in the United States. "We came here on Thursday and were very hopeful we would be here for the exciting news, we don't have royalty, so to us this is very very exciting."
The new arrival is Queen Elizabeth's third great-grandchild.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said outside his Downing Street office that it was "wonderful news" for Britain -- a nuclear-armed UN Security Council permanent member and the world's sixth biggest economy.
"It is an important moment in the life of our nation. A proud nation is celebrating with a very proud and happy couple tonight," Cameron said.
The Obamas said they wished William and Kate "all the happiness and blessings parenthood brings", adding: "The child enters the world at a time of promise and opportunity for our two nations."
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd called it "a happy day for our close friends in Britain and the Commonwealth."
"Prince William demonstrated deep compassion when he met with families in Victoria who had lost everything during the Black Saturday bushfires of February 2009," recalled Rudd.
The pregnancy was announced in December when Kate was admitted to hospital with severe morning sickness.
A pall fell over the proceedings when a nurse at the hospital committed suicide following a prank call by two Australian radio hosts pretending to be the queen and Prince Charles.

sumber : yahoo news

Lina