Monday, May 24, 2010 | By: Wa@Wawek@Siti ;)

Second honeymoon??? Heh...

Alhamdulillah (Praise to God), Mr. Hubby a.k.a. En. Suami has safely arrived in Malaysia at 3:30pm (Malaysia time) earlier today after an 8-hour flight. Myself have safely arrived back to my humble yet cosy room in Unicentral after sending him off at the Gold Coast Airport earlier this morning. I cried! Huhuhu.. The minute I stepped into my room and realized he won't be bugging me to stop doing anything and just cuddle up with him, I burst into tears. :'( There wasn't any drama at the airport. We're always pretty good with saying our goodbyes in the public but when we're alone or on the phone together, it's a whole different story. I always get teary though. Even when I know people are watching. I usually just can't help it! Huhuhu...

We actually got to spend only 5 days together. Mr. Hubby arrived Wednesday morning and his flight home was this morning, Monday. I didn't want him to go home and he really did wanted to stay, if he could. I supposed we both knew that we need to be rational and responsible so we had only one option; make use of the time we have together the best as we can! Yeehaawww! Heh...

Thinking back, I was kind of a little bit cruel to Mr. Hubby. Huhuhu.. He had to take the public transport from Goldie back to Sunny Coast. He had to go through an almost 5-hour journey of buses and train rides to the final destination; my room in Unicentral. And upon he's arrival, he rested for a bit, took a shower and walked for 20 minutes to Woolworths (a local supermarket) to buy some groceries. Yes, I made him walked to and back Woolies. Huhuhu.. Well, he did say he didn't mind. Errr... Anyways, he did however get his rest that night. =)

 Waiting for the bus to the train station in Goldie... Hehehe... Kesian dia...

Day 2 was all about Sippy Downs. Well, I only manage to show Mr. Hubby around Mooloolaba and Maroochydore. I brought him to the wharf, Underwater World, Mooloolaba beach, walked along the Esplanade and had lunch by the beach. We even met up with Denni. Well, it was by chance and we kind of just said hi as Denni was working. We went to the Sunshine Plaza for some shopping and meet up with my future landlady (landlord), Linda, and Mr. Hubby gets to see the studio unit that I'm going to rent in July. It was so cool! Mr. Hubby will probably be living there with me when he comes here to stay later on, insyaAllah.


I've planned for us to go to the zoo on Friday but it was raining. So we slept in a bit (Hehe..) and went to Brisbane city for the day. Queen Street Mall and Southbank. That's about it. Huhuhu.. Mr. Hubby did some shopping and enjoyed the live music shows and exhibits along the mall. 

Mr. Hubby the hat model?Heh.. SHOPPING!!!! Yipppeeee!!!!!! (I'm so fat!!!Huhuhu..)

    Peace!!! Huhuhu...                   Crossing Brisbane River..

We had so much fun on Saturday at the Australia Zoo!!!! It wasn't as big as I've imagined and there wasn't as many animals as I thought there would be but the layout, displays, shows, activities and facilities provided were so far, for me, AMAZING! Mr. Hubby enjoyed it too. We took heaps of photos but I'd probably give Mr. Hubby the chance to upload them on his Facebook profile. =)

Chilling with the Roos... Peace! =)

We started our journey to Goldie at 6:55am on Sunday morning from the Uni's bus stop and arrived in Harbour Town shopping centre around 10am. We did more shopping, had a short stroll along Surfers Paradise and headed to the YHA, Coolangatta for the night. It was very near the airport and very easy for us as Mr. Hubby needs to catch his flight the next morning.

I've planned so much stuff for Mr. Hubby to do but we only managed a handful. I supposed in the back of our minds, we hope he will be here soon and we'll do all the other stuff and everything we can  together, later on. I'm missing him so much already and wish he's still here. Having said that, I can only pray and hope for the best. This is probably the best thing for us, for now. I have learned that when you're with someone you truly love, everything else doesn't really matter.

Us on one of the train rides.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 | By: Wa@Wawek@Siti ;)

~ confessions of a lonely soul ~

Once upon a time, I was a child. I couldn't really remember exactly how I was acting or what I did. But according to my family, I was a spoilt child. Until my parents had my little sister, that is. I was the youngest for about 5 years and everything was about me. My older sister and cousin told me that they felt I was so annoying that they rarely wanted to play with me. I vaguely remember I had pretty messy and dramatic hair-pulling girl fights (that needed my aunties and late grandma to tear us apart) with my sister, Yan. Apart from that, I couldn't really remember those days. I've heard heaps of stories of how I would cry and shout until I get what I want and I would ask my dad for piggy-back rides because I was too tired to walk. I was really fat. So, my dad must have really loved me! Huhuhu...

Once upon a time, I was a kid. I was probably in primary school and what I could remember the most was playing with the boys. Growing up, there was a huge age gap between me and my brothers and sisters. I ended up spending a lot of my time with my cousins. They were all boys. I remember being the only girl whilst playing war games, reading comics, kicking each others feet and probably joining in some friendly wrestling match. Aahhhh... Those were the days. I also remembered that I had a lot of fun. I guess in some ways, this part of growing up made me a little bit boyish as I grew older.

Once upon a time, I was a teen. I was in a boarding school since I was 13 till 17 years of age. This stage of my life, I think was so colourful and a bit complicated. I have learned lots of things the hard way and I have learned the meaning of inferiority complex. In short, I was a loner and usually doing my own thing. Yes, I do get along well with almost everyone and eventhough I wasn't in the best class or among the popular groupies, everything seemed to be going alright for me. All I can say is that I don't really want to go back and do it all over again, but the one thing I would like to remember and have always cherish the most during my high school days would be my love for the school marching band. That kept me going through the craziness of being a teen in an all-girls high school.

Once upon a time, I was a young adult. Getting in Uni and the smell of freedom. Well, not entirely free but later curfews, no uniforms, vast places and things to explore and the list goes on. I had my own car (sounds great but it wasn't really what I had in mind at that time - had my first car crash!), had my first time renting out and living on my own, I had my first 'serious' boyfriend, enjoyed late night hangouts with friends and adventurous road trips. The one trip I'd always love is camping at the beach. I couldn't really remember the exact day and time, but I know it was during two of my dear friends' lovey-dovey courting days (now married with 2 kids...). It was probably during one of the many public holidays of celebrating something. New Year's? Merdeka? Oh well, we had a BBQ, enjoyed each others company and watched the stars as we fell asleep. It was a really simple outing yet I enjoyed it so much. There and then, I have learned that you don't need fancy parties and go on expensive trips to have a great time.

Once upon a time, I became an adult. Whoa! How did this happened?! Hahaha! Although I am still very much young at heart (Heh..), the nature of growing up and the society gets to decide what's in store for me next. However, I believe I am where I am now because it's what God planned for me. And probably what I've always wanted subconsciously, deep in my heart. We would like to think what we want is the best thing for us and would make us happy and satisfied. I have learned it probably is not but if you get it anyways, it won't necessarily make you fully happy and satisfied, rather it makes you stronger and more appreciative.

Not knowing what I want in life has always been a topic of discussion for me and my sister. Before she got married, we always have this deep meaningful conversations on life that will always never end (we usually just fell asleep). And now, I am truly happy for her for I see how happy she is, especially after having her own baby. It seems that now she knows what she truly wants in her life. And me? I haven't had much time to think about it now. What do I want in life? I guess, I have learned to not think so much and over-analyze life itself. As one saying goes; "You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of, and You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life."


Friday, May 14, 2010 | By: Wa@Wawek@Siti ;)

He's coming to visit!!!

I supposed some of my Facebook friends would probably know that En. Suami aka Mr. Hubby is coming here for a visit next week, Wednesday. Yeay!!! I'm super excited and hope everything's going to be alright. I've been preparing and planning he's visit eversince we bought his flight tickets, which is like more than a month ago. Heh..

Anyways, I'm super motivated to get as much school work done as I could. Thinking only of the moment when he gets here and when he's here. Fullstop! Huhuhu...

In the mean time, labwork and school work is the way to go. Haha!
Have a great weekend peeps.

Saturday, May 8, 2010 | By: Wa@Wawek@Siti ;)

morning person

It feels so good to wake up early, pray, not go back to bed and actually get myself out of the oh-so-comfy room of mine; and... straight out of the house early in the morning. Yeah, I've been slacking. I'm not going to Uni as early as I want to and everything else seems to run way below the "speed limit". What??!! Heh...

Anyways, I'm planning to have a look at a potential granny flat to rent in Maroochydore on Monday and have two meetings with Uni officers that morning. So, I have forced myself to be in Uni today ,to make myself feel better not doing school work on Monday. Hehe... Just finished reading through a library book (that is due Monday!) and would (or rather should!) be doing some work in the lab later. Go! Go! Go! Huhuhu...

The sun rises around 6.10am and sets around 5.15pm nowadays. I don't hate it or anything, it just means I'll probably go to bed really early! Haha! Well, heaps happened over the past month or so, which I didn't blog  about at all and yes, I'm truly sorry to those who are awaiting my blog updates (Hahaha! Perasan!).

I'll try to update regularly. In the meantime, here's a rainbow to brighten up your day. I was so excited to catch a glimpse of it. Yes, it was during one of my early mornings walking to Uni.