Friday, April 20, 2012

Pangkor Trip With The Lovelies!

Wow, I am finally back to update this woefully abandoned blog and am actually writing again for real! *pats self on the back* Things have been hectic for me lately. I've got so much to tell all of you, and I promise I'll try to find time to update them one of these days!

I wanted to update about my birthday celebration recently but thought of sharing something even more significant in my life before I go to that. I've been too busy minding my daily life I even forgot to introduce to you some of the people that do matter in my life lately. These are the people I see at office everyday, and the ones that know me inside and out (well, almost!), the ones I'd like to call my good friends.

Firstly, there's Anne, Miss Sunshine. 

Everything about her screams I-AM-MISS-SUNSHINE. She's so bubbly and full of life, I've even prepared an obituary speech for her for some strange reason I don't know. I imagine myself saying, "The Anne that I knew was a cheerful girl. She has the kindest heart, and a laugh that could scare even the scariest ghost away" Okay the last part was a bit exaggerated but really, she's so selfless, she would even sacrifice the bak kut teh offers for lunch everyday just so she could have lunch with her Muslim friends :)

And then, there's Sue, Miss Diva. 

The self-proclaimed diva whose life I would like to trade with. She's so easy going and doesn't give a hoot about what's going on in the world mainly because she has a world of her own and because most of her time is literally spent travelling every part of the world! I mean, seriously. As soon as she reached Malaysia from Chiang Mai, she was already talking about flying off to Korea the next month. And then again to Scotland the month after! Really woman? Really?

And then of course, there's Farah, Miss Grammar Nazi.

The meanest of us all (well, she appears mean to those who don't know her, at least) and the one that would pick up even the slightest grammar mistake in your sentence! I mean, really, I get nervous as I am typing this, worrying her head would pop up any minute from her monitor now when she reads this and go, "Thara, ayat ni tak sedap. TUKAR," LOL. Interns are usually afraid of her, but once you get to know her, you'd see that she's not as mean as she potrays herself to be. :)

Of course, these are just some of the many good friends that I have over in my workplace, namely Rina, Victor, Joel, and Junee, but if I were to write about all of them, then I will never get to share about my experience to Pangkor with these 3 clowns, no? :P

So as the title reads, I went to Pangkor with these 3 clowns and our partners recently.

It was actually the first time I ever went outside the state without Aydein, so it could be considered a daytime honeymoon for me and my husband on that day. Hooba-hooba! :P But then again, it didn't feel right to spend a night without the little monster with us, so Aien and I decided to make it a day-trip while the rest spent the night at a chalet nearby.

Although it was a short trip, it was definitely worth it. We had so much fun, quality time -- all of us! :) Alright enough talking already, let the pictures do the talking!

Needless to say, it was one memorable day out with my lovelies. Goodbye, Pangkor. Till we meet again!


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jamiey writes said...

wow! you sure did have a great time ;) I think it's the mama's thing that we feel uneasy without the kids... at least that's how I feel with my 2 furkids. We haven't gone on holiday since we adopted them, hehe