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New House, New Life

How it's going everypony?

Moving out to  my new house wasn't easy, especially because I live alone. But I have a lot of wonderful friends and people around me who are willing to help. These are the people who helped me with my process of moving out:

My parents - Of course! Without their support, I would have a lot of problems by now. I am blessed that my parents can accept the fact that I'm living alone, and even though it was hard for them to acknowledge it in the beginning, they are fine with it now :)

Shafiq Kadir - For helping me searching for a pace to rent, helping me lifting my items (a lot of them!), cooked lunch for me, letting me stay in his house for a night, and the list goes on. I am totally indebted to you until the day I die :p

Adam Nazri, Noor Irshaad and Naqib Jalal - for letting me stay in their house for four days, cooked dinner, accompanying me buying things for my house and a lot more. Sorry that your house was messy because of my things :p

Fawwaz - For driving me to Walmart, letting me stay in your house, giving me some of your waffles, and more. Owh, and about 'her' too. Haha. Owh yeah Ungku too, for lending us your car. Sooorrryyy that we didn't fill the gas. We totally forgot about that :(

There are a lot more people who helped me, directly and indirectly. I am blessed with so many good people around me :)

I still haven't finished tidying up my house. Still has a few things need to unpack (especially my clothes), and a few things to buy (TV stand, internet service that is still on the way). My house is still kinda messy, but comfort enough to sleep well. I really need the TV stand! I can say that my house, studying preparations and all, are 85% completed. I hope everything will be done by Sept 24th, so that I can concentrate on my studies :)

I want the internet! AT&T is so damn slow. I need to wait until Sept 22nd before my wireless connection will be set up. Right now I am in College Library, and I finished class for today (only one class today!). Thank God for the high speed wireless internet provided by the university.

That's it for now. Till the next post!

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