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Still Don't Know How To Console Someone


On Thursday, I went shopping with Fazira, Nana and Ecad, buying our foods and ingredients for our BBQ at Genting on Friday. I went out for the whole day, fetching and dropping everyone at their house. They did most of the shopping, while I just "yeah" "sure" "this looks good" =p Faz, Nana and I spent that evening preparing the foods; peeling potato, marinating the chickens, making potato salad, etc etc. Then at night we had dinner at German's Delight~

The next day, Zainal, Acap, Naqib and Asila gathered at my house first, then we went to pick up Ecad. Nana and Faz arrived earlier than us for checking in and preparing. That night, we eat, play games and talked a lot. It will be one of the night that I remember :)

Then on Saturday noon, my group departs and we all went back to our respective home. That evening was my sister's engagement ceremony, and I would've gone to Genting Highland theme park if it wasn't for that hehe. It was quite a crowd, and I saw how nervous my sister was. Wonder if I will be like that when my time comes =)

Congratulations to my sister and her fiancee, Amir Mokhtar!

The title doesn't have anything to do with the post. But I am worried if I said something wrong when someone telling their problems to me =(


  1. i have to say that,

    kakak kau lawa !

  2. ko sure kan kakak aku yang mana satu? ok dua2 lawa pun, so takde hal haha

  3. eleh, sebelah kau je (foto ke-2 aku maksud kan) :D


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