Assalamualaikum. Moshi moshi minna san!
Alhamdulillah, Amani has completed her class for this year. On 15th November, she had participated in the talent show. In the beginning of the show she was holding the tears.
Fortunately, at the end of the show she had started to warm up. I could see that she was enjoying the show with her friends. Good girl!
On the Parent – Teacher meets, I received her exercise books and artworks including this piece of art. I was laughing and started to tease DearDear in front of Amani.
“Hahaha. Look at Abah’s face here.”
And then DearDear told me to look at the picture carefully. The stickman is,wearing a skirt, he said.
DearDear: “Ask her who is it?”
Me: “Amani who is this?”
Amani: “That’s Mama.”
Me: 😅 Okay.. I get that. Mama looked so happy. I even winked my eye.
Assalamualaikum, my lovely friends and readers.
Rhenda is back. Well, after a really loooong time break. I have managed to come out with a new design of watikah folder. As usual, I love to choose vintage pattern. Lace is definitely my favourite choice. This design also can be use as a guest book cover.
If you are interested to order the watikah folder from me, pelase don’t hesitate to email me at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Assalamualaikum… how are you lovelies?
I’ve been super busy lately. This is one of the reason. My brother’s engagement day. It was held on last Saturday, just a small occassion for closed relatives only.
Congratz to my brother Zeed and her fiancee Wanie. Alhamdulillah, everything went smooth and well.
Assalamualaikum, how are you my friends and readers?
Last Sunday Amani had joined a Little Hajj Simulation program at Kompleks Baitulmal Kuching. It was one of the program organised by their kindergarten and Lembaga Tabung Haji. We came early that day, Amani was too sleepy to play around with her friends. She also being cranky and she couldn’t lose her mama face. Otherwise, she will cry and refused to mingle with her friend. Sigh~
It was a very good program. First introductory of Hajj to the children. At the end of the program the children were rewarded with Air Zam Zam and stamp chops on their passports. Great! I wish there are simulation program like this for adults.
Well, Amani was too ‘sad’ during the simulation. She was being clingy to me so she dragged me to do the simulation together. 😂
After the program has ended, we went to the KFC to feed our tummy. There, she met her classmate – Damia. The two of them were chatting, teasing and playing with each other. Love to watch the kids building a ‘friendship bond’.