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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Salam Aidilfitriiiiiii!!!!!~

Salam Aidilfitri untuk semua...
beraya di mana tahun ni?
bagi saya, ni first time beraya dikampung hubby...
huhhuuuu:)

ehemmm...
later kite story mory k...

take care and sama-samalah kita bermaaf maafan di aidilfitri ini!

take care and jangan telan kuih raya banyak sgt esok k!

:)

Thursday, August 25, 2011

COD moi tudung sulam tomolow~

love the wrapping paper!

hope moi customer will loike it!~

errr...esok saya bercerita k!

Take care darlings!~

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Wordless Wednesday


Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Blueconnection

Berkenalan dari blog Ben Ashaari - Mereka pilih saya!~

Ich Liebe Dich?: Apo tu jang? Bahasa Jermang ke? Engko ada pertalian ngan Hitler ke? Yang pasti, inai tuan belog masih merah di jari ... Belum terlewat kan untuk mengucapkan Selamat Pengantin Baru! :)


Ich Liebe Dich? - Maksudnya I love you kan, bahasa German kan? Btw sy pilih blog ni, sebab nama blog sendiri dah unik dan buat orang nak tahu apa maksudnya. Blog ni simple and nice :D. Entri pasal french toast tu, betul2 buat sy lapar =_=" salam perkenalan(kawan baru nie)


thanksssss to mereka yang sudi jenguk blog yg tak seberapa ni jugak!

kenapa Ich Liebe Dich?

masa pilih name blog dulu,
saye pulun ah pk nak letak name yang lain dari lain---tapi ade meaning sendirik.
so Ich Liebe Dich, maksudnye I Love You...
tapi perasan tak ade tande soal tu?

Ich Liebe Dich?
haaa...I Love You?
haaaa.....kenapa ade tande soal..
saje je...Cinta utk semua!

macam2 cinta la!

okeh?
xfaham boleh tanye i:P

Till then,
Take care!~

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Currently...

Beading my kurung...

Simple DIY design saje lor. but puas hati huehue:P

the maniks.

work in progress.

with & without

okeh.
i'll update more later.

take care darlings!~

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Kemahuan or Kehendak??

Last few days me & big bro singgah kat ampang point..
okeh niat di hati nak cari makan je, sbab berbuka very light dat day..
sampai2 kat ampang point, ecehhh ade bazaarr raye la kat dalam tu..
loike la kan..
okeh jalan2 jap...
tengok2, belek, curi2 tengok harga..

big sale eh...tak payah cakap la...semua buat BIG SALE nak raye ni!

ada yang bagus...
kain bagus...
design bagus...
and
harga konfemla bagus kan:)

ada kat satu booth ni,
selling beautiful lace & beaded tudung siti gtu..
lawa...
saje je la tanye walaupon sudah kutahu pasti....

'dik, how much yang ni?'
die sengih.
'320' (lebih kurang la, ingat2 lupe..tapi 300+ la)
me, ' ohh..okey..' (dalam hati dah agak dah rege die mcm ni)
adik jurujual..
'mahal kak..'
ehhh mak tak cakap papo pon...
:P

persoalan saye ialah,
'would you spend 300 - 400 + for just a piece of tudung?'
memangla nak wat raye kan...
ataupon akan ade yang jawab japlg..
'ala bolehla..bukan selalu....'
bukan selalu ekau tu, satg nak g kenduri kawen, nak tudung glam2 jugak..., nak jadik pengapit, nak glamor jugak, itu ini etc...kan..

so pendapat saye ialah..
if berkemampuan its up to you la..
tapi bagi yang so-so mcm saye ni, biase2 sudah...
janji tutup aurat okeh!

bergaya boleh,
tapi jangan sampai membazir...

sama2la kita berjimat cermat,
beli ikut keperluan, bukan kehendak yang konfem2 itu ini semua nak okeh!

(saya pon mengingatkan diri sendiri ni...kadang2 tu tak lari jugak dari terrrr..oopss.)

Till then,
Take care!~

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Pantas Semua!

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Earthy

Earthy

Earthy by roeza featuring an embossed belt

Move.

I really think its time to make a move.





Searchingggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg mode....yada yadaaa~


Berbuka Puasa dan...

'eh, dah ade isi kan aritu?'



'dah bersalin eh?'



'anak dah berape bulan?'



etc...



etc.......


Dugaan sungguh..pergi majlis berbuka puasa & banyak pula soalan yang menjeruk hati ini..

Ya Tuhan,
Tabahkan daku...

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Haircut...

Keguguran rambut berleluasa lately..
and kepala pening...
adekah kerana so many things happen lately yang menyebabkan daku stress?

rase mcm perlukan new haircut.

tapi sayangnye huhu..

ingat lagi zaman sekolah...1998 or 1999...
i cut my hair short just like dis...
(bukan i cut-my mum:))
n sgtla ringannye mase ni...

sayangla plak nak potong bile dah panjang sket ni...
huhu:P

kompius disini..

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

New 'face' for my blogshop..

nak refresh..
takmoh background gelap2 dah:)


jom shopping!

Update:-

click on the picture!

love you ols!~

Monday, August 15, 2011

Cinta French Toast:D


Last Saturday,
berbuka puasa with hubby @ The Mines...
pilihan saye ialah French Toast + Honey Lemon Ice. 
(Ehhhh ecehhh nak sorok plak ade tambahan Nasi Ayam Sambal ekau yoo..opppsss!)

French Toast + Honey Lemon kat sini (Uncle John Kopitiam) pade saye the best ever!:P
Sebelum ni pernah try kat other kopitiam,
but bile order french toast, yang munculnye...
'eh nape lain...xsame macam kat mines pon?'
haaa...mcm tu la gayenye..

Tapi tambahan Nasi Ayam Sambal tu...
(okeh akhirnye mengaku hahaha)
buat membazir je pulak..
makan sket je...
ade rase belacan disitu huhu..
(padehal ko dah kenyang...isk)

kawan2...
lenkali kalau nak order makan tu,
berpade2..
jangan membazir okeh!!!:)

p/s: pjj mcm saye ni...weekend la 'dalam hati ade taman'..
macam zaman bercinta plak:P
doakan kami dimurahkan rezeki di bulan mulia ni~
amin...

till then,
Take care semua!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Baju Raya?

'Hello Mdm 'x'...nak tanye baju raye i boleh tak siap this week..tak siap semua, satu dulu pon xpe..sbb ingat nak jahit manik ni.'
'oohhh hello roeza...itula nak call jugak ni....boleh tak datang jumaat ni..ukuran hilang la plaks...'
(perbualan telah diolah bahasenye bagi sedap, maksud same:p)

o ow....
nih i nebes ni...
sempat ke siap baju i ni...

'sempat...baju xbanyak dah ni..:)' she replied.

oke...phew...lega..

'maknanye i boleh cari fesyen2 lagik la kan..'

muahahahah selain takut baju xsempat siap,
boleh pk nak tukar fesyen lg tu:P

By Rizalman.
 Love this lots!!

 by Ezuwan Ismail
Beautiful Jubah!


 by Nurita Harith.
Loike this!

okayyyyy nak google lagilah!
daa~

p/s: Puasa elok2, solat jangan tinggal, and doa banyak2 kita semua diberkati & dirahmati Allah di bulan yang mulia ini!:)

Take care..
Assalamualaikum.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Mereka tak tahu....

Salam Ramadhan semua...

just nak share..

this whole week..memang busy sgt..sgt penat n even ada yang tak tdow malam sbb prepare tender..
tp its fine la..
nak wat cemane kan dah kije..huhu..
ape yg nak share sini ialah..

when someone asked you a wrong question....twice.

'eh..ko dah bersalin ke?'
pertama kali tanye mcm tu, and my answer is
'erm..xde rezeki jumpe kat dunia..lahirkan bby mase kandungan 4 1/2 months..'
and die jawab
'ohh'

then..
months later..

'eh,ko ngandung kan aritu..dah bersalin eh?'
i was like...
i already answer this..and i gave him the same answer.

moral:
you can get emotional. i meant i am a bit emo. 
but sumtimes people are just not understand it.
or maybe they forgot.

jadi..

Sabarlah hati..
Mereka tak tahu.

mode: i miss my pregnancy moment..
doa sangat moga Allah murahkan rezeki kami di bulan yang mulia ini...amin..

take care and selamat bersahur semua~


Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Cakap Biar Berlapik!:D

8 Things You Should Never Say to Your Husband


by Denise Schipani

One of the best parts about marriage is being so comfortable with your hubby that you can say just about anything to him. But if you don’t watch your mouth, sometimes the ugly truth comes out in hurtful—not helpful––ways. Though you may have legitimate concerns to express or issues to bring up, doing so in a harsh manner can be damaging in the long term, to both your husband’s feelings and your relationship. According to Judy Ford, psychotherapist and author of Every Day Love, “Speaking kindly is a skill that couples have to learn. Everyone feels battered by life and the outside world. You shouldn’t feel that way at home.” Here, nine statements that you should never utter to your significant other––and the words that you should try instead.
1. “You’re just like your father.
“This is just a no-no,” says Julie Orlov, psychotherapist, speaker and author of The Pathway to Love. “It’s nasty and belittling, and it gets at his fear that he may be exhibiting the worst traits of his family.” If you’re about to spout a criticism like this, stop and think about what’s behind it: Maybe your father-in-law is the kind of guy who never cleans up after himself, and your husband’s habit of leaving dirty dishes around the house is getting to you. According to Ford, you should skip the insult and get right to a reasonable request, such as: “Hon, when you’re done with your sandwich, can you bring your dish over to the sink?” That way, you can achieve your goals without hurting him in the process. Photo: Shutterstock
2. “When are you going to find a new job?”
First, figure out why you want him to find a new job so badly. Do you dislike how much time he spends away from home? Do you think he can or should be further ahead career-wise? Is he not bringing home a healthy-enough salary? “Before you say anything that could be hurtful to him, think about what your own issues are,” says Ford. Be particularly careful that you're not attacking his ability to support you and the kids: “Part of how a man evaluates himself is by how well he can take care of his family,” says Ford, so insulting him in this sensitive area can be a serious blow. To avoid this, have regular talks about both of your jobs, career ambitions and budget concerns. If you have an issue with how much money he’s making, “it’s an opportunity to talk about your lifestyle and how you want to live,” she adds. The aim is to avoid putting him on the defensive, and instead work together to create the life you both want. Photo: Shutterstock
3. “My mother warned me you’d do this!”
Something must have seriously infuriated you, because what you’re doing here is letting him know that there are others in your “camp.” “You are trying to validate your ‘side’ of an argument, as though you’re marshalling an army to your side,” says Orlov. But that’s never a good idea because it’s telling him that you’re not onhis side, or on the side of your relationship. Though you should never let the opinions of others’ dictate your relationship, if there is some kernel of truth to a concern that your mother raised, think about how to address that. “Maybe your mother said ‘he’s too cheap,’” says Orlov. “Say to him, ‘why do you sometimes seem reluctant to spend money on things we need?’” Without ganging up on him, that could open up a discussion about money worries that stem from his childhood, for example. “Room is now cleared for creative problem-solving,” says Orlov. And if you’re just lashing out? Hold your tongue and focus on the root of what’s making you mad. In the end, coming to a solution together will make you feel better than unleashing hurtful words. Photo: Shutterstock
4. “Just leave it––I’ll do it myself!
This is hurtful in two ways. First, it gets at your husband’s elemental need to be a provider, supporter and capable person in the house. Second, it’s just plain demeaning for any adult to hear that his efforts are sub-par. Do this too often and your husband might think, “I can never do anything right or anything that’ll please her,” says Ford. A better choice is to pick your battles. If he’s in the middle of a task and you think that he’s doing it wrong, evaluate whether it really matters, keeping in mind that, just because he’s doing something differently than you would doesn’t mean that he’s doing it wrong—he is, after all, an adult too. Sure, if he’s about to hurt himself or someone else or break something, kindly step in. But if he’s just loading the dishwasher in a way that drives you nuts? Let it be. Photo: Thinkstock
5. “You always... [fill in the blank]” or “You never... [fill in the blank]”
“These are two phrases I advise couples never to use,” says Ford, “because they set up an instant, negative tone; they halt communication and they put the other person on the defensive.” These blanket statements can make your husband feel unfairly attacked, and chances are he’ll just fire back with all the times he did help. If there are legitimate problems you’d like to address (he really does tend to leave his tools all over the garage floor or often forgets to put gas in the car after driving it), avoid generalizing and try to focus on the issue at hand while also communicating how his actions make you feel: “When you come home with an empty tank of gas, I feel like you don't care about the next person who has to drive the car—which is usually me.” Then add the phrase “would you be willing...,” suggests Ford. Try: “Would you be willing to fill up the car when it gets below a quarter tank?” Most men are willing to do most anything that’ll make you happy––it’s all in how you ask. Photo: Shutterstock
6. “Do you really think those pants are flattering?”
Are you trying to hint that he’s putting on weight? Because saying the above, says Ford, is not getting anything concrete across. You may think that you’re subtly conveying the message, but instead you’re insulting his looks without showing any genuine concern for his health. Instead, start with something you like about how he looks: “When you wear that blue shirt, it really makes me appreciate your gorgeous blue eyes.” Then broach the topic of his weight gain by framing the comment so it’s about his health, not looks: “Honey, what do you think about us both starting after-dinner walks?” When you’ve softened up your approach, you have more room to make other, helpful suggestions. Photo: Thinkstock
7. “Ugh, we’re hanging out with him again?
There’s nothing wrong with your guy having a friend whose company you don’t love—no one says spouses are required to adore each other’s friends, especially that one college pal who likes to pretend he and your hubby never left the frat house. What is wrong is insulting your man’s choice of friends. Your disdain may also suggest that you’d prefer to pick his friends for him—and no one wants to be told who they should be pals with. A better choice: “Oh, honey, you know I don’t always enjoy doing the same things as you and George, so why don’t you plan a guys’ night instead?’” suggests Ford. Remember, there’s no marriage rule that says you two have to do everything together; he might actually be relieved to have a little guy time with his pal that doesn't involve him having to worry if you’re having fun or are offended by his friend’s jokes. (And keep this in mind: If a friend is really awful, your husband is much more likely to see that on his own, over time, whereas if you nag him to drop the dolt it may never happen.) Photo: Paul Bradbury / Getty Images

8. “Please watch the kids. But don’t do this, take them here or forget that...”
This is a classic nervous-new-mom move: When you’re in anxiety mode, it can be hard to let go of childcare tasks (even though you would love to have more help). It’s also an attitude that can become a habit no matter how long you’ve been a mom, leading to some very unhealthy feelings: You may become resentful because he doesn’t pitch in, but you don’t always give him room to, either. At the end of the day, no husband is going to be inspired to be a better, more hands-on and involved dad if his every effort is shot down, says Orlov. “If he always feels like he’s wrong, he’ll only start to disconnect emotionally.” So let Dad be Dad. Trust that he knows as well as you do how to keep a child clean, safe and fed—even if his definitions of those tasks are slightly different than your own. That said, if there are things he needs to know, like how to use the stroller or what the pediatrician’s phone number is, definitely give him the rundown. Photo: Shutterstock

Article originally appeared on WomansDay.com.

Monday, August 1, 2011

Salam Ramadhan!!!

Assalamualaikum semua...

Selamat berpuasa dari saye dan belog:)

amacam first day puase?
mesti okeh kan...

Semoga Ramadhan ini memberi seribu makna dan keinsafan kepada kita semua!
Amin...

pssttt jom beli tudung sulam paris kat 
SINI!