Azam & Aqil

Beribu bintang dilangit
Kini menghilang
Meraba aku dalam kelam
Rembulan mengambang
Kini makin suram
Pudar ilhamku tanpa arah
Sedetik wajahmu muncul
Dalam diam
Ada kerdipan ada sinar
Itukah bintang atau rembulan
Terima kasih kuucapkan
Izinkan kumencuri bayangan wajahmu
Izinkan ku mencuri khayalan denganmu
Maafkanlah oh...
Andai lagu ini
Mengganggu ruangan hidupmu
Kau senyumlah oh...
Sekadar memori
Kita di arena ini
Kau ilhamku
Kau ilhamku...

November 21, 2008

~20 weeks pregnant at a glance ~

50 reasons to be glad you're pregnant :)

We all have moments when we think, 'Never again!' during pregnancy: perhaps morning sickness is making you miserable or you're 10 days overdue with not even a hint of a contraction. To remind you that being pregnant can be fun, we've rounded up some of the nice things about being an expectant mum. And why not share the things that have made pregnancy wonderful for you - just scroll down to the parents' tips box, below.
1 Relishing the early weeks when only you and your partner know your special secret.
2 Knowing you've got nine whole months to plan, dream and fantasise.
3 Choosing maternity clothes - they've never been more practical or more sexy.
4 Now you've got the perfect excuse to pamper yourself - spending hours in a scented bath, enjoying a massage or rubbing soothing lotions into your growing bump.
5 Maternity rights in the UK are getting better all the time. You can take up to 52 weeks off work, and if you are eligible for statutory maternity pay, you get the first six weeks on 90 per cent of your pay, followed by 33 weeks at £117.18 per week.
6 You can join an antenatal class and find a whole new bunch of friends (and don't forget our BabyCentre birth clubs: another great way to meet people due at the same time as you).
7 For once in your life you need to get heavier - pregnancy is Nature's way of making you feel good about putting on weight.
8 If this is your first baby, enjoy the next nine months sleeping late at weekends: you won't get many chances later on.
9 At last you've got the bosom you've always wanted, which means you also have...
10 ...a great excuse to buy lots of pretty new bras.
11 From now on and until your baby is a year old, you can get free dental treatment - phone your dentist now!
12 At last you'll have something more than potplants and cats to care for and nurture!
13 Suddenly you'll find you're getting lots of extra attention from parents, aunts and uncles, not to mention your partner.
14 You may find you develop a closer relationship with sisters, cousins or friends who are parents themselves. Congratulations, you've just won free admission to the parents' club!
15 Telling your mum, dad, sister, brother, aunt, dog the good news and watching their faces light up.
16 New talents! Whether it's knitting bootees or assembling a flat-pack cot, you'll suddenly find yourself trying out all sorts of new skills.
17 Suddenly you'll feel a new appreciation for your own mother and all she went through having you.
18 Decorating the nursery: one of the most exciting things you'll ever do.
19 Feeling those first fluttering kicks and thinking, 'Is that what I think it is? Or is it just wind?' 20 Feeling OK for sending your partner out for chicken tikka masala followed by double-choc chip ice cream.
21 Your parents digging out your old cot or pram, which they've kept safely all this time 'just in case'.
22 Going for healthy walks with your partner and getting fresh air in your lungs because it's good for you and good for your baby.
23 Enjoying the extra-vivid dreams you get in late pregnancy - and laughing about them with your friends.
24 Feeling a little pair of heels prodding under your diaphragm and knowing you'll soon be meeting the little person they belong to!
25 Choosing baby clothes - or just phoning round for all the catalogues, leafing through them and planning what you're going to buy.
26 Writing a pregnancy diary for your baby to read in the future.
27 Getting someone to take photos of you smiling over your enormous bump so that, one day, you can look back and be amazed you were ever that size.
28 Finding out how many people there are out there ready to care for you: doctors, nurses, midwives, health visitors, breastfeeding counsellors...
29 Lying in bed with your partner's arms around you and your bump, knowing that love has created a new life.
30 Enjoying indulgences, such as evenings out, weekends away and anything else you might not be able to do so easily once the baby arrives.
31 Knowing that from now on, whatever happens, you'll never be bored again.
32 Making new friends whenever you go shopping - everyone has a pregnancy story to share.
33 You can spend whole evenings debating whether to call your baby Hermione or Cleopatra, Fritz or Stanley... (don't forget to try our BabyCentre baby namer if you get stuck!)
34 Imagining what he or she will look like. Your sweet little ears, of course, and his sexy eyes!
35 Dreaming about, "My daughter the prime minister/pop star/brain surgeon."
36 Looking at your growing bump in the mirror and realising there's a person in there!
37 Making out a squirmy outline on the ultrasound monitor. Asking for the pic to take home and pinning it up next to your work station, or just keeping it in your bag to sneak looks at.
38 The expression on your partner's face as he sees the test strip turn blue, looks at your growing bump or feels the baby kicking.
39 Buying that first little cuddly toy for your baby, not somebody else's.
40 Making that phone call to your partner to tell him that - we're off! - labour has started.
41 Trying out all those exercises you learned at antenatal class and finding out that they actually work!
42 Being held and supported throughout a contraction by your partner/midwife/labour companion and knowing that you can trust them totally.
43 Finding out, as the contractions get tough, that your repertoire of swear words is far more extensive than you ever realised!
44 Making an informed choice about pain relief and finding that it's right for you at that stage in labour.
45 That huge rush of pleasure and relief when, suddenly, all the pain and effort stops.
46 Looking into your newborn's eyes and falling utterly in love.
47 Watching your partner kiss the midwife, the doctor, cleaning lady, delivery man and anyone else he can find because his joy and pride are overwhelming.
48 Opening a bottle of bubbly to celebrate, whatever the time of day or night.
49 Making all those phone calls to announce the arrival. Telling everyone the news and hearing the excitement in their voices.
50 Waking up to see your baby sleeping next to you and thinking, 'Wow! This is real. I'm a mum!'

November 19, 2008

~perihal jalan raya di pagi hari....~

pagi2 dah rasa angin ja.....on d way ke keja...ya Allah....paling digeruni adalah moto2 yg berlambak kat jalan...sedangkan lorong tepi atau lorong moto dah disediakan...tak degil guna juga jalan besar..kalau stay kat line sebelah kiri ok juga..ni tidak tengah2...
tengah ada tepi ada ..semua ada..tambahan pula yang cilok2 tu....aku yang bawa kereta ni pun risau akan keselamatan mereka..bukan apa....kalau terjadi apa-apa susah.....pagi ni geram dengan 2 moto...keduanya moto dibawa oleh perempuan..bukan nak mengata apa.aku pun pompuan juga...dah la pakai baju kurung pastu masuk jln ke tengah tanpa tgk belakang nasib la sempat brek....yg first moto tak sempat nak ambik nom moto nya...tu hadapan angkasapuri..kemudian kat jln brickfields adalah lagi satu pompuan,moto EX5,CAW***..selamba ja keluar jalan tak tengok keta..sib baik sempat brek.....
sbb tu la byk kemalangan yang melibatkan motosikal...nak salahkan siapa?mereka sendiri yang tidak hati-hati.......hmmmmmmmmmmm

satu ketika dulu aku penah gak bawa moto...dkt federal tu aku tak penah guna jalan besar...mesti aku guna lorong motosikal...utk keselamatan.....

mat-mat n minah-minah moto di luar sana..tunggang la dengan berhati-hati...bukan apa ..jangan menyusahkan orang lain..dan ingatla keselamatan anda juga....

sekian mukadimah di pagi rabu..ahaks ;)

November 18, 2008

~Andai Ku Tahu~

hari ni aku nak kongsi dgn semua org dgn lagu kegemaran aku...
cuba hayati lirik....
mmg menyentuh hati..it's very touching..mcm nak nangis...n bila aku fikir zaman aku dulu2..lagi la sedih nya..banyak nya dosa aku..biasa la masa remaja kan....
bila dah kahwin insaf sikit.. :) itu pun tunjuk ajar suami ku... :)tq syg......;)

Andai Ku Tahu

Andai kutahu
Kapan tiba ajalku
Ku akan memohon Tuhan tolong panjangkan umurku
Andai kutahu
Kapan tiba masaku
Ku akan memohon Tuhan jangan Kau ambil nyawaku
Aku takut Akan semua dosa dosaku A
ku takut Dosa yang terus membayangiku

Andai kutahu
MalaikatMu kan menjemputku
Izinkan aku Mengucap kata tobat padaMu
Aku takut
Akan semua dosa dosaku
Aku takut
Dosa yang terus membayangiku
Ampuni aku
Dari segala dosa dosaku
Ampuni aku
Menangisku bertobat padaMu
Aku manusia
Yang takut neraka
Namun aku juga
Tak pantas di surga
Andai kutahu
Kapan tiba ajalku
Izinkan aku
Mengucap kata tobat padaMu
Aku takut
Akan semua dosa dosaku
Aku takut
Dosa yang terus membayangiku
Ampuni aku
Dari segala dosa dosaku
Ampuni aku
Menangisku bertobat padaMu

November 17, 2008

19 weeks....


You're halfway there! The top of your uterus now reaches your belly button and will grow about a centimetre per week. The fetus measures around 6 inches/ 15 centimetres long from crown to rump and weighs about 9 ounces/ 240 grams. She has started to swallow amniotic fluid, and her kidneys continue to make urine. Hair on the scalp is sprouting. Sensory development reaches its peak this week. The nerve cells serving each of the senses -- taste, smell, hearing, seeing, and touch -- are now developing in their specialised areas of the brain. Nerve cell production slows down as existing nerve cells grow larger and make more complex connections. If you're carrying a baby girl, she already has roughly six million eggs in her ovaries. By the time she's born, she'll have about one million. You may have felt the kicking and somersaulting of your growing baby. At times, you might find that she is so mobile that you can't sleep. The next ten weeks or so will be your baby's busiest and most active time, until the womb gets too crowded. Two will soon be three and that will mean lots of changes, so have a look at our sex and relationships section.

November 12, 2008

now....18 weeks......

Your baby is approximately 6 inches/ 14.2 centimetres long from crown to rump and she weighs about 7 ounces/ 190 grams. Her chest moves up and down to mimic breathing but she's not taking in air, only amniotic fluid. A mid-pregnancy ultrasound scan is often done sometime in the second trimester (usually between 18 and 22 weeks) to assess fetal growth and development, screen for certain birth defects, check the placenta and umbilical cord and determine whether the gestational age is accurate. During this scan, you might see your baby kick, flex, reach, roll, or even suck her thumb. Bring your partner along, and whether or not he's able to accompany you, make sure you ask for printouts of the baby in various poses.

early in d morning......

dah lama aku tidak menulis..
sekarang aku dah nak masuk 5 bulan..alhamdulilah..everything OK.....berat badan pun dah naik....cuma sometimes feel nausea and vomiting pg2..tp sikit2 ja la....selama aku pregnent ni aku drive datang keja...hmmmmmmmmmm.....
cerita drive ni..kadang-kadang..ish bukan kadang-kadang la sakit nya hati dengan mat-mat moto ni...bukan main lagi dok mencilok-cilok..paling hangin kalau time simpang kita nak masuk,tetiba ja ada ja moto kat sebelah,padahal jalan moto dah ada,tapi dekat jalan besar gak depa menunggang....bengang gila.....hmmmm...dan paling hebatnya mereka ni selamba ja dok hon-hon keta2..padahal jalan sapa tah..hmmmmm.....bukannya apa..kalau terlanggar sah-sah la penunggang moto ni kena lagi teruk kan....kesian pada mereka juga..tapi terpulang la pada mereka sendiri...huhuhuhuh