Saturday, January 3, 2009

2008 ,

has left us, for good.

It's been a little rough with a mixutre of serenity thru out.


the kids go back to school.

my daughter is in P4 and i cant believe my son is in secondary level now.
the morning preparations to school was quite a breeze.
i send both kids to school...

after seeing my daughter crossed the trafic junction and entering the school compound, i drove my son to his new secondary school which is just a distance away fm home. I knew he's quite nervous + excited abt this new school thingy. During the short drive , i managed gave him a piece of advise , " study hard(er) and choose your friend wisely"...i dropped in the school compound and left. My heart again filled with emotions , as i see him walking towards the school hall , on his own , in this new journey of his life.


God willing , i will be 40 ... (jokes damn old, but life begins at 40, no?)
I used to wonder, what I would be like as an "older "person ? I'm not afraid of growing old, i dont hide my age...i feel it's just a different stages of life. I believe, i still carry the same "shell" as what i am , only probably i now understands what wisdom means. I actually can see myself having some of it.. :)

reflections ,

Patience has come visited me and left and came back again...i didnt even know i have the capacity to wait .

Ive done volunteers works , esp with FaithHub , in my kids's school and yday ive signed up at my son's secondary school too.

I finally understand why people volunteer. I’ve done it myself. I’m at that age, you know.!



Ummi's Blog said...

Salaams sis...

Thats a good advise that u gave to yr son, choosing friends wisely will play a part in their future...
they are so grown up huh, Masya'allah...
By the time my son goes to sec 1, Id be near 40 too... well, any age does not matter as long as we have strong Iman which is most important...
May u have a happy and peaceful life ahead.. : )

Hijabi Apprentice said...

I like your blog :)! You know 40 is the new 20 ;)