Ending Ramadhan


We are getting into the 2nd half of Ramadhan. Fasting in US is not as tiring as in Malaysia. Imsak is around 5.45 and getting later each day. Fast breaking is 6.30 but it’s getting earlier and earlier (it’s around 6 o’clock on days before Eid). Colder weather gives me some excuse to stay in room all day long.haha

This weekend I have 3 days holiday. Monday got no class for the reason that I couldn’t remember. It’s mean the usual hwork nite for Sunday will be changed to Monday (yeap, it’s the procrastinator in me).

I just got my first nephew last Friday, which entitled myself to be called Pakcik (yucks.. im too young for that). Worse, my youngest sister hates it so much to be called Mak Su.

Ok, that’s all for now, i’m going to have last nite’s prawns curry for sahur… see ya

  1. #1 by CypherHackz on October 8, 2006 - 9:06 pm

    duh… for sahur i only eat roti everyday. hurm…

  2. #2 by fauzan on October 19, 2006 - 9:52 am

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  3. #3 by Bat on October 26, 2006 - 2:21 am

    Hai..selamat berhari raya di perantauan.. 🙂 buktikan anak Melayu boleh berjaya di negara orang..

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