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I Love it When...

...I have plenty of good things to look forward to. Seriously, I'm beginning to think that 2010 is not too bad a year. There were times in the beginning of the year when I thought, 'Oh damn, is this going to be another 2007?', but as time goes by and thanks to some fabulous people, my year is going on FABULOUSLY!

By end of this year, I am pretty sure that when I do my recap of the year entry it will be filled to the brim with goodness, happiness, and laughter. So much so that I could put aside the rainy days for forget. :D

August began with the coming of Ramadhan and since it began there was never a boring moment in my life. Let's not go to the topic of work because that's always a damper anyways. But now am not dreading my days at work as much since I have Makbed and Alphatin as company. We're 'there' for each other even when there's nothing in particular to talk about and it's just great to 'go to work' with your buddies. Am I blessed or what?? And since the first weekend of Ramadhan, I've done things that are just good, good, good. Went home to Hippo for my parents' moreh during the first weekend. Then off to Makbed's during the second weekend. Now we're approaching the third weekend and again am heading home to Hippo. This time, to get my new baby! Yayyy.

Next week also promises good times. My Twi-hearts and I are planning to have a Ramadhan/Merdeka Gathering in KLCC park; break fasting together and then going for Tarawikh together in the nearby mosque. It's gonna be a stellar night for sure. Who are my Twi-hearts you ask? Well, you probably know some of them already but here's the complete list:





Yeap, these are the faces of those usual suspects! So now when I say Twi-hearts there is no doubt who they are anymore. Later on, I'll put photos of more of my good fabulous people who make life good. Now am just featuring these lot. Taa!


makbed said…
rockuuu!!! WEEWIITT!
Shugabelle said…
Ahahahaha!!! Hensem kann adik Alphatin. Muahahaha!

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