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Holiday Had Gone...

This is the last day of our holiday...

but I still in my house!!

I can go back to my college anytime,so i prefer to stay home sometimes (which mean always,indirectly)

A lot of things happened to me during the holiday

I arranged it chronologically

16 & 17/8
-went to Olympiad camp as a facilitator
-went to the LRT stations that I had never been there

20/08 (i like the date)
-went back to MRSM Jasin
-for the first time driving car from Shah Alam to Malacca
-went to Farahin's house
-go out on a date with Farahin
-my very happy moment!

-went to KLCC alone (again)
-bought a non-fiction for the first time (The biography of Mahatma Gandhi)
-talking to a nice man in KTM
-almost didn't manage to Solat Jumaat (I arrived at UKM station at 1350,quickly take a cab to UKM's Mosque)
-went to Izwan and Imran's room
-Eat together with Hafiz, Molly, Razi and Aiman Wonggi
-Slept at Hafiz's house

-went to Alamanda with Hafiz, Izzad and Razi (playing bowling)
-went to Ikhlas' house (having barbecue)
-met Sonia in KTM (unexpected,really)

well, there was no bad things happened (Praise be to Allah S.W.T)

but...I didn't finished all my assignments!!


I'm too damn lazy

I'm going to finish it after this



  1. kamu nih...rajin2 kn diri anda.
    tingkat kn semangat anda.

    p/s:peringatan ntuk aku gak

  2. farahin bg kate2 semangat?...

    bapak aa

    sumpah x caye!!



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