Saturday, June 17, 2017

Ramadandaily // Day 22

Day 22//Ramadandaily
day 168/365

Day 168-365

It's registration time for my boy. It the first day of the rest of his college years. Hopefully college life agrees with him. May Allah guide him and lead him to the right and successful path.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Ramadandaily // Day 21

Day 21//Ramadandaily
day 167/365

Day 167-365
(break fast at BoraOmbak Marina Putrajaya, sponsored by HP)

This might be the last time we went to dinner (a.k.a break our fast ) with our big boss. He has a few days left before he retire from public service. I am a bit jealous because I also felt tired of working. Work doesn't give me joy anymore. It's a challenge to makes sense of everything. I do hope that the centralisation of IT become a reality and one day we will have our own department. IT is stronger when we are together.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

#thursday3 [15.06.2017]



1. I am currently reading The Fix by David Baldacci. It's the third book of Amos Decker series. I totally enjoy reading about Amos Decker stories. It's a mystery/thriller genre but it has a lot of heart. David Baldacci is definitely made into the list of my favorite author of all time.  

2. Alhamdulillah I have made it to Day 20 of Ramadan. Not many people have the opportunity to complete their fasting and Ramadan journey. Some of us got taken by Allah either by illness or deadly accident.

3. iPad Pro 10.5" is still not available for order in Malaysia yet. I am waiting patiently for them to be available here. In the mean time I am wanting the new apple watch nike band in lavender color. So so pretty.

Think about it this way…If you take one picture and write down three facts each week — at the end of the year you’ll have more than 50 photos of yourself and 150 facts about what life has been like. It would make such an epic All About Me book — and most of the work is already done." - 

Ramadandaily // Day 20

Day 20//Ramadandaily
day 166/365

Day 166-365

Something random about today

  • I am loving my new handbag. I think this is the most light handbag that I owned and it's in black
  • I attend Industry 4.0 Seminar at MITI - Internet of Things and Augmented Reality is not something in our dream, it's already here
  • It has been a long time since the last time I went to Damansara area. That place definitely changed a lot in the last 15 years

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Ramadandaily // Day 19

Day 19//Ramadandaily
day 165/365

Day 165-365

It's so cold inside my office up to a point that I am shivering even with a jacket on. I decided to soak in the heat from the sun, so I went outside and do my work on my ipad. At this point in my life (where I don't really create content a lot) I mostly do some editing and monitoring stuffs, it's so convenient to do them on my ipad. Using computer felt a little bit cumbersome now.

For the love of books [May] and a little bit of June

I am happy with the amount of books I have read so far. I may not have a lot of time to read but I do allocate a few minutes a day for reading or listening to the audiobook of the same book. When I got suck into the make believe world sometimes it's hard to get out of

Love Books May


Memory Man by David Baldacci (LOVE)
I read the audiobook and the ebook version Memory Man. I really enjoyed the book. It's an interesting take on a detective stories. I have read a lot of detective stories over the years but nothing like Amos Decker. Only a unique person like him can survived the trauma of watching all of his family killed by someone from his past. I will definitely read the second and the third book of Amos Decker series. 

The Last Mile by David Baldacci
After Memory Man I can't seem to get enough of Amos Decker. I tried to read Illuminae but I just can't fall in love with that world yet. I still want to know what happened to Amos Decker when he went to Quantico.
The Last Mile is the second book of Amos Decker series and it's the first book of him in his new job in a special team in FBI. His determination in finding the truth about what happened to Melvin Mars parents really help saves Melvin Mars lives. Even though this suppose to be a thriller genre but it has a lot of emotions and human drama in it. I just can't put it down. It's sad when you really took the time to think about it how a young man's life ruined because he was falsely accused of the murder of his parents and spend twenty years in prison while waiting for his death penalty execution. 

Into the Water by Paula Hawkins 
This is definitely a psychological thriller book which it's very difficult to follow. It's a bit hard to get into the story at first because there were so many characters narrated as the first person and third person. 
Once you recognised the characters and their relationship to each other it's easier to follow. 
I can't believe that these kind of stories happened in a town where anybody know everybody.So many death surrounding the town and the river flow through out the town. I just wish that Paula focus more on one main characters and told the story from he or she's perspective. I didn't feel sorry for any of these characters. No one that I connect to on intimate level. A character which I love and don't want anything bad happened to them. Don't get me wrong, I still enjoy reading the story but after it ended these characters did not stay with me.

Currently reading
1. Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson
2. The Fix by David Baldacci

The next book on my reading lists
1. While You Were Sleeping by Kathryn Croft ( I really need to start reading this)
2. Behind Closed Doors by B.A Paris

I am looking forward to a good reading month and Eid Mubarak.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Ramadandaily // Day 18

Day 18//Ramadandaily
day 164/365

Day 164-365

It's Tuesday and it's time to look for another new dress for Eid. I stumble upon this new dress design which I think look great. I am happy that I can fit into size 38 loosely. With some design and cutting I can fit into size 36 but most size 36 clothing are a bit tight on my chest area and the shoulder is a bit small. I think I need a size 37 ... heheheh

Monday, June 12, 2017

Ramadandaily // Day 17

Day 17//Ramadandaily
day 163/365


It's a public holiday for some of the states in Malaysia. Happy Nuzul Quran to all Muslim of the world. I decided to have an early morning, shopping at Alamada with my daughter. I ended up buying this sunglasses as a prop for Eid photoshoot and selfie. I can't see a thing with this thing on. hehehe...

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Ramadandaily // Day 16

Day 16//Ramadandaily
day 162/365

Day 162-365

Random things about today

  • we went to Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman to look for 'Baju Melayu' for the boys
  • fidget spinner 
  • too many people shopping at Sogo
  • I did grabbed any shoes because so many people buying shoes
  • I ended up buying a handbag
  • we still iftar at home
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