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Last semester =)

Today is the first day sem baru start..lecturer pon x dtg so class cancel..bole la brmaen2 intenet sekejap X)..huh br dua hari dok utm ini ku sudah tidak ada mood..nk blk rumah!!byk nye keje nk bt..nk jumpa lectrr isi referee form utk apply masters la..nk bt supporting statement la..nk amek ielts la..kete bocor lg la..pergh xmo ad kete la..and paling menyampah skali nak karang ayat..600 words tu!!semate2 utk apply masters kat jerman tu..xmo!!xmo!!

....to my daddy....

saye tak mahu pergi jerman la!!

erm ckp kat sini je yg brani..hehe..so trpakse la mengarang juge dlm sebulan neh..hukhuk

luv,
ez

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Family day

Just got back from my family day held in Putrajaya. No words can tell, only pictures can describe. hihi *virus malas-ing dh smpai =P*



And these are my big big and big happy family X)


This is mine!! See there, I'm the 5th generation under the Andak's family

Hey, we're actually related la..haha..owh my great grand parent XP


On the way back..
Owh nearly forgot, nk dibuatkn cerita tyme nk mkn2 tu..xde tempat..so trpakse la mengalih2kn pinggan org yg dh mkn ni..skali tgk2 sblh ad photographer ready nk amek gmbr..haha..then brsiap2 nk posing letak balik pinggan..patu photographer tu ckp eh xpe2 bt mcm td..ces dok la buat gaya menyusun pinggan pule..ayat die "haa br nmpk real n menarik"..wutever la..lps ni bole jd model nyusun2 pinggan mangkuk la..kiki
Till then, luv ez

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Made in Czech Republic


Yep a postcard received yesterday exclusively from Prague the capital of Czech Republic sent by evil sis yg tgh bercuti2 oversi..urgh jeles..while overseas student dpt duet byk2, kami yg kat Malaysia ni jugak dpt dwet sket je..=( This is discrimination!! Bukan stakat x cukup utk holiday jauh2, nk g Jusco Tmn U pon tak cukup taw..oh well terhiperbola sikit..XP..Think about it, my sis already visit Australia la, Paris la, Austria la, Switzerland la..later what??g bulan plak..and as for me,
The place I have been:
~ Beijing, China
~ Turkey
~ Mecca n Medina (Umrah =D)
~ Phuket Island, Thailand (Thank God belum tsunami..fiuhhH~)
~ Indonesia

see??I've never seen a real snow okay!!and all this were sponsored by my parents..hehe..nk tnggu pkai duet sndiri mmg x brjalan la..mcm sekarang, dok rmh je la..but before I graduate from UTM nk g visit Singapore and this is a must..oversea la jugak tu kan..but come to think about it again, its ok..rezeki org laen2 kan..and I'm glad for what I have today..=D
Love,
Ez

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Holiday!

Got another 2 weeks more before my holiday ended. During this holiday, the only thing that I do is wake up in the morning, sidai bj, bsh bj, kemas rmh, take care of my baby niece, online and ofcourse play my brother's play station portable..haha..you can say that my holiday is simply boring X)


and the only game that I play with this black thing is Loco Roco 2..tadaa

cute rite??!!

Loco Roco is one of those cutesy games that you cannot stop loving. The funny music, the weird blob characters, the bouncing around, Loco Roco 2 was a fun game, I admit it.


It end up that my holiday is not that boring afterall =P

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Voice.within

Young girl don’t cry I’ll be right here
When your world starts to fall, ohh
Young girl it’s alright
Your tears will dry
You’ll soon be free to fly, ohh

When you’re safe inside your room, you tend to dream
Of a place where nothing’s harder than it seems
No one ever wants or bothers to explain
Of the heartache life can bring and what it means
When there’s no one else
Look inside yourselfLike your oldest friend just
Trust the voice within
Then you’ll find the strength
That will guide your way
You’ll learn to begin to
Trust the voice within

Young girl don’t hide
You’ll never change if you just run away, ohh
Young girl just hold tight
Soon you’re gonna see your brighter day, ohh

Now in a world where innocence is quickly claimed
It’s so hard to stand your ground when you’re so afraid
No one reaches out a hand for you to hold
When you’re lost outside, look inside to your soul

When there’s no one else
Look inside yourselfLike your oldest friend just
Trust the voice within
Then you’ll find the strength
That will guide your wayIf you will learn to begin to
Trust the voice within
life is not always like what we’re always dream of. what goes around comes around, WHAT GOES UP, MUST COME DOWN


and i, am the character in this story, play the movie entiled ‘LIFE’

banyak kan, yang kite nak. tapi tak semua yang kite dapat. worse, bile kite dapat yang kita sangat sangat sangat sangat tak mau. kan kan kan???
...disini bermula segala-galanya….

semua di sekeliling aku seperti dah tak betul. sape yang kenal aku since 6 tahun yang lalu angkat tangan!! aku dulu pendiam kan, sgt3 la! haha. tp tu dulu. skrg dh kurang sket la. xde jln tunduk2 dh. ishk. malu tol. byk org slalu nasihat tak bole diam2 sgt, x bole malu2 sgt dlm hidup ni. tp skrg, lain pula jd. tak taw whether it leads more to good or bad. yg pasti dulu aku kurang masalah, kurang stress, owh sgt bahagia. haha. [dan tak perlu kisah ttg org laen]
kawan-kawan. tahu tak. sejak masuk universiti ni lar tahun yang paling teruk lam hidup aku. yeah. mcm2 jd. ada seronok, ada sedih, ada menyakitkn hati. fullstop
aku akhir ni miserable gle. aku cam hidup lam…. tak tenang. benci ke? dendam ke? ape? tak tahuuuuuuuuu.

rindu sangat dengan aku yang dulu

bile aku nak kembali pulih? give me back my fantacies…
somehow i now i have to mend this broken pieces of mine. xle sedeh2~! kan kan kann. ehehe. doakan saya, dunia dan akhirat! blaja leklok kawan2!
love,
ez

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Dream Dream Dream

When I was just a little girl,
I asked my mother, “What will I be?
Will I be pretty? Will I be rich?”

Here’s what she said to me:“Que sera, sera, Whatever will be, will be;
The future’s not ours to see.Que sera, sera, What will be, will be.”

Manusia berubah.
Impian juga berubah-ubah mengikut keadaan, persekitaran dan usia..
Kadangkala kita impikan sesuatu tetapi Tuhan telah merancangkan sesuata yang lain untuk kita...
yang boleh kita lakukan adalah berusaha ke arah impian kita..kan?

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Latest update

The truth is

Saya amat malas nak update..
oooHhh sgt malas la..
mungkin tak lama lg sy akan rajin..
waaHh bilakah??
i'm still wondering~
till then, wait 4 d next post..=)
Love, Ez

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Gossip girl





Whenever I have nothing to do, I would go watch my favourite tv show and start to picture scenarios that can be considered as impossible to happen. There were times I wished my life would be like Blair's. I would have the perfect features and a mom who has her own designer label. But being Serena is not that bad where loads of Marc Jacob's can be found in my closet. Picturing myself living in a place where the rich and famous lives. It's impossible. But hey, THIS IS REALITY. There are people out there who's lucky enough to live a life like that, BUT don't you think they have issues, and problems of their own?




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The results are out!!

Dean's list for the third time in a row!! Thank you.. thank you.. hehe.. I would like to thank my family and friends, especially my mom and the others of course =P -end of list-

Eventhough I target for 4 flat this sem, well maybe its not my luck yet. Maybe next sem will do. Dream on Ezreen! Sadly i got B+ for my engineering management. Cursed you management. urgh! Thank god i'm not studying human resource right now. I'm an engineer to be *wink2*. One semester to go and i will be a graduate engineer.

Few days before, I got a call from Motorola and confirmed that I got a slot for Motorola Campus Interview on 10th January 2009. And I was like *what??!!*, I only send my resume just for fun because my friend send it too. haha. berlagak. I hate interviews. Well actually i'm bad at it at certain times. I don't want to go!! I don't want to go!! Help me please ='(

I just want to further my studies and get married ant teach my kids engineering at the age of 3..hehe

Yours truly,

Ez

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Sound of silence


Posgraduate Studies
there a a lot of thing playing in my mind:
Local or Overseas
By Coursework or Research
and
the most important things is how am i suppose to settle my fees

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Top 10 Traits Of The Perfect Lady

For sure these may be only 10 of them. There are lots more. I just hope to be one :)My girlfriends out there, check this out!

Perfect lady traits #10 Feminine, but not weak
If a man is expected to behave like a gentleman, then it is only fitting that he has a lady by his side. She walks with her hips, she speaks with a low tone and she doesn’t curse. But then, she doesn’t cry if she breaks a nail nor does she behave like a weakling when it’s time to go mountain biking. All in all, the perfect lady carries herself like a pretty flower but doesn’t have a problem getting sweaty and dirty when the occasion calls for it.
Ez says: Be matured Ez!

Perfect lady traits #9 Secure/confident
A little harmless jealousy is okay and even welcomed by most guys, but the last thing any man wants is an insecure woman who is always making accusatory comments when they’re out in public. A perfect lady knows that she’s awesome and that if he messed around, it would be his loss.
Ez says: I can't avoid jealousy. IT IS NORMAL. But I should control my emotions and be more rational. Handle it wisely Ez!

Perfect lady traits #8 Low maintenance, but doesn’t look like it
When she dresses up, this perfect lady can cause traffic accidents. Her hair always looks great and it looks like she spends all morning preparing to leave the house. But the beauty of it all is that it doesn’t take her more than a few minutes to get ready. She looks like a million bucks in no more than 10 minutes and her man can really appreciate that about her. It doesn’t have to cost him $3,000 to make sure that her nails, hair, and grooming is done monthly. She takes care of herself on her own time, with her own money, and it doesn’t get in the way of everyday living.
Ez says: Do I look "that attractive" to cause traffic accidents? Haha. But I pay for my personal maintenance and I look at price tags! Money should not be wasted on something that is not worth it!:p

Perfect lady traits #7 Cooks & Domestic
Men were clear that they didn’t want a solely domestic woman; they appreciate women who work and take care of themselves, but they thought it was important that she know how to cook. Why? Well, it wasn’t even about his stomach or that old adage, it was the fact that if a woman doesn’t know how to cook, that would mean that she eats out all the time, which would mean that she likely doesn’t eat very healthily, nor will she know how to feed children, should they have any together. The men surveyed didn’t mention five-course meals or anything extravagant, but they did point out that the majority of women they had dated didn’t even know how to boil spaghetti.
Ez says: I was raised to do chores. I hate mess. But as for cooking...I can only prepare simple ones :P At least I help around :p :p

Perfect lady traits #6 Financially independent
Men fear being taken to the cleaners more than anything else. If they meet a woman who’s unemployed and uneducated, but has extravagant plans for the future, they run in the other direction. Men don’t want a woman to support them, but they do want a woman who can support herself without the goal of one day depending on a man to pay her way through life.
Ez says: I'm working towards it!

Perfect lady traits #5 Desire
The perfect lady checks out her man’s ass every now and then, and she lets him know that she likes what she sees. She also "initiates", which reveals that she has a high desirability for her man. She can be a sweet and innocent lover just as easily and she can be dodgy as well.
Ez says: No comment :)

Perfect lady traits #4 Happy
The last thing any guy wants in a woman is a cranky, crabby, unhappy woman who whines and complains all the time. This is the kind of woman that men tend to avoid because they don’t ever want to come home to that. A genuinely happy woman can easily make those around her feel happy, and she emits positive vibes that are contagious.
Ez says : Well, someone said I'm boring and "masam". Smile Ez, so the world will smile back to you!

Perfect lady traits #3 Smart & witty
The perfect lady has had some level of higher education - especially if he has one. This opens doors to more stimulating conversations in the way of general knowledge and the world around you. And a good education is usually coupled with a witty personality. You don’t have to be Sarah Silverman by any means, but witty comebacks and opinions are always appreciated.
Ez says: Allright. Degree accomplished. But its just the beginning. Life is about learning new things each and every single day.

Perfect lady traits #2 Beautiful & fit
Most guys admit that the first thing that attracts them to a woman is her face and body. But this doesn’t mean you have to rush out to a plastic surgeon to look hotter. Physical fitness tells a man that you take care of yourself and, if you had children together, they would lead a healthy lifestyle as well.As for face beauty, most guys admitted that, usually, when they meet a girl through a friend and she’s cool personality-wise, they end up finding her physically attractive based on that, even if they initially didn’t.
Ez says : Beautiful??You judge me!

Perfect lady traits #1 Loyal
Not only does loyalty involve not cheating, it also means taking his side in public, even when you think he’s wrong. A perfect girlfriend would never badmouth her man, nor would she make fun of him in front of his friends.As well, if he asked her to stop talking to Jim at work because it sounds like he’s trying to make a move on her, she wouldn’t argue with him about how jealous and insecure he is. She would hear him out and respect his point of view, and slowly faze Jim out of her lunch hour.
Ez says: I am loyal. Masuk bakul sendiri :P~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

To my girlfriends out there:
So, do you fulfill all these? Of course, this isn’t an exhaustive list, but most guys would agree that if you have all of the above traits, you’re probably married already or if you're not, you're currently in very high demand. Come on and improve ourselves girls. Perfect ladies are for perfect men! :)

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Book review

I have just finished reading this book last night. It took me about 3 days to read it..hahaha..still quite an achievement. Dh lame x bace novel2 english neh. English pon dh berterabur. This book belongs to my sister actually, i just read it though..huhu..but still it is a nice story. Really nice =)

An intimate account of family and friendship, betrayal and salvation.
Synopsis from wikipedia>>
The Kite Runner tells the story of Amir, a boy from the Wazir Akbar Khan district of Kabul, who is haunted by the guilt of betraying his childhood friend Hassan, the son of his father's Hazara servant. The story is set against a backdrop of tumultuous events, from the fall of the monarchy in Afghanistan through the Soviet invasion, the mass exodus of refugees to Pakistan and the United States, and the rise of the Taliban regime.
Amir, a well-to-do Pashtun boy, and Hassan, a Hazara and the son of Amir's father's servant, Ali, spend their days in a peaceful Kabul, kite fighting, roaming the streets and being boys. Amir’s father (who is generally referred to as Baba, "daddy", throughout the book) loves both the boys, but seems critical of Amir for not being manly enough. Amir also fears his father blames him for his mother’s death during childbirth. However, he has a kind father figure in the form of Rahim Khan, Baba’s friend, who understands Amir better, and is supportive of his interest in writing stories.
Assef, a notoriously mean and violent older boy with sadistic tendencies, blames Amir for socializing with a Hazara, according to Assef an inferior race that should only live in Hazarajat. He prepares to attack Amir with his brass knuckles, but Hassan bravely stands up to him, threatening to shoot Assef in the eye with his slingshot. Assef and his henchmen back off, but Assef says he will take revenge.
Hassan is a successful "kite runner" for Amir, knowing where the kite will land without even watching it. One triumphant day, Amir wins the local tournament, and finally Baba's praise. Hassan goes to run the last cut kite, a great trophy, for Amir saying "For you, a thousand times over." Unfortunately, Hassan runs into Assef and his two henchmen. Hassan refuses to give up Amir's kite, so Assef exacts his revenge, assaulting and raping him. Wondering why Hassan is taking so long, Amir searches for Hassan and hides when he hears Assef's voice. He witnesses the rape but is too scared to help him. Afterwards, for some time Hassan and Amir keep a distance from each other. Amir reacts indifferently because he feels ashamed, and is frustrated by Hassan's saint-like behavior. Already jealous of Baba's love for Hassan, he worries if Baba knew how bravely Hassan defended Amir's kite, and how cowardly Amir acted, that Baba's love for Hassan would grow even more.
To force Hassan to leave, Amir frames him as a thief, and Hassan falsely confesses. Baba forgives him, despite the fact that, as he explained earlier, he believes that "there is no act more wretched than stealing." Hassan and his father Ali, to Baba's extreme sorrow, leave anyway. Hassan's departure frees Amir of the daily reminder of his cowardice and betrayal, but he still lives in their shadow and his guilt.
Five years later, the Russians invade Afghanistan; Amir and Baba escape to Peshawar, Pakistan and then to Fremont, California, where Amir and Baba, who lived in luxury in an expansive mansion in Afghanistan, settle in a run-down apartment and Baba begins work at a gas station. Amir eventually takes classes at a local community college to develop his writing skills. Every Sunday, Baba and Amir make extra money selling used goods at a flea market in San Jose. There, Amir meets fellow refugee Soraya Taheri and her family; Soraya's father, who was a high-ranking officer in Afghanistan, has contempt of Amir's literary aspiration. Baba is diagnosed with terminal oat cell carcinoma but is still capable of granting Amir one last favor: he asks Soraya's father's permission for Amir to marry her. He agrees and the two marry. Shortly thereafter Baba dies. Amir and Soraya learn that they cannot have children.
Amir embarks on a successful career as a novelist. Fifteen years after his wedding, Amir receives a call from Rahim Khan, who is dying from an illness. Rahim Khan asks Amir to come to Pakistan. He enigmatically tells Amir "there is a way to be good again." Amir goes.
From Rahim Khan, Amir learns the fates of Ali and Hassan. Ali was killed by a land mine. Hassan had a wife and a son, named Sohrab, and had returned to Baba’s house as a caretaker at Rahim Khan’s request. One day the Taliban ordered him to give it up and leave, but he refused, and was murdered, along with his wife. Rahim Khan reveals that Ali was not really Hassan's father. Hassan was actually the son of Baba, therefore Amir's half-brother. Finally, Rahim Khan tells Amir that the true reason he has called Amir to Pakistan is to go to Kabul to rescue Hassan's son, Sohrab, from an orphanage.
Amir returns to Taliban-controlled Kabul with a guide, Farid, and searches for Sohrab at the orphanage. In order to enter Taliban territory, Amir, who is normally clean shaven, dons a fake beard and mustache, because otherwise the Taliban would exact Shariah punishment against him. However, he does not find Sohrab where he was supposed to be: the director of the orphanage tells them that a Taliban official comes often, brings cash and usually takes a girl back with him. Once in a while however, he takes a boy, recently Sohrab. The director tells Amir to go to a soccer match and the man "who does the speeches" is the man who took Sohrab. Farid manages to secure an appointment with the speaker at his home, by saying that he and Amir have "personal business" with him.
At the house, Amir has his meeting with the man in sunglasses,who says the man who does the speeches is not available, due to the fact that he is participating in wrongful acts of adultry. The man in sunglasses is eventually revealed to be his childhood nemesis, Assef. Assef is aware of Amir's identity from the very beginning, but Amir doesn't realize who he's sitting across from until Assef starts asking about Ali, Baba and Hassan. Sohrab is being kept at the home where he is made to dance dressed in women's clothes, and it seems Assef might have been sexually assaulting him. (Sohrab later says, "I'm so dirty and full of sin. The bad man and the other two did things to me.") Assef agrees to relinquish him, but only for a price - cruelly beating Amir. However, Amir is saved when Sohrab uses his slingshot to shoot out Assef's left eye, fulfilling the threat his father had made many years before.
Amir tells Sohrab of his plans to take him back to America and possibly adopt him, and promises that he will never be sent to an orphanage again. After almost having to break that promise (after decades of war, paperwork documenting Sohrab's orphan status, as demanded by the US authorities, is impossible to get) and Sohrab attempting suicide, Amir manages to take him back to the United States and introduces him to his wife. However, Sohrab is emotionally damaged and refuses to speak or even glance at Soraya. This continues until his frozen emotions are thawed when Amir reminisces about his father, Hassan, while kite flying. Amir shows off some of Hassan’s tricks, and Sohrab begins to interact with Amir again. In the end Sohrab only shows a lopsided smile, but Amir takes to it with all his heart as he runs the kite for Sohrab, saying, "For you, a thousand times over.".


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