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Affairs I've had from May to June

The weekends from Mother's Day in May until now have been quite the family affair. We've had lunches, dinners, weddings, after weddings, after weddings and the best part is, June is only just beginning (technically speaking).

Behold... evidence of human activity in my life.

On Mummy's Day - despite Mak being very busy with her NGO's charity dinner that night, we managed to hijack her for some scrumptious dim sum lunch.

Mak reading our 'Scrapbook' Mother's Day card aloud for everyone to hear. Clearly Bapak was amused.

Later that night, the big dinner Mak's been stressing about

The children showing support to Mak. GO MAK GO!

One of Mak's many contributions to the NGO. Spot the name?
Hint: She's number 2 on 'Persiapan Tempat' (Venue arrangement)

And that night we were entertained by 'Evergreen' performers from the 60's and 70's

Then, things quieted down a little for the next couple of weekends. A few things did happen but I didn't have my camera with me. One of the things I do remember happening was a mini-family gathering with my immediate family where Mak paid for dinner. Actually, she just didn't feel like cooking. Hehe! And after that a house-warming kenduri at a cousin's place on the 30th of May.

The following day, this happened...

My cousin's married, yo! AND he's my age...

The wife greeting the husband home. Aww...

Can you tell that it's HOT???

Yes, you can. :P

A few days after that... on a Thursday night.

I went to yet another wedding (for realz!). This time of my high-school friend who I have not seen in YEARS! Amazingly enough meeting some old faces from school was very pleasant and a lot of fun. We have all grown up. Some were married, some getting married, some with babies, and some with babies on the way.

A few classmates and form mates

Shairil: I used to sit next to her in Islamic Studies class and copy off of her. Really smart. Figures she's a doctor now. :P

Izyan: This woman is now a lawyer. I've known her since primary school.

The beautiful bride extremely excited seeing our us at our table just waiting for her!

I grabbed her the moment I had a chance.

~Nadia & Sharim~

Part 2 would have more happenings featuring a double wedding celebration and more pictures of Ameerul Hussin. Wanna know what he's up to? Stick around...


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