Sunday, November 14, 2010

My Debit Card Design # 2

and what about My Debit Card Design # 2?

My Debit Card Design

What do you think of My Debit Card Design ?

Glad That I'm Finally Back!

Hi Everyone!
To start with.... let me invite everyone to join this site it believes can help you to generate side income, well, no harm trying eh....*wink*

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

It's Been Awhile....

Too bad for not being able to update my blog for more than 2 months now since my last post in August. I hope I'll be on track again.... too many stories to post, till I got confuse where to start...

Friday, October 30, 2009

Happy To See Her Back...

Again! surprise seeing Abell's at home when I got back from work yesterday evening....Happy to see her back even awhile as she's need to get back to the Hotel to get rest, she's on early flight the next morning.... However, we'd a chanced to chat about her experiences of flying especially, hmmm... it's seems not enough time for us to talk about so many things after so long huh... Hope you'll have a long holiday soon Bell, so that we can chat and gossip the whole day kan...haha

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Last Year He Is 9...

...and today he's turn 10th, how times flies...

Happy Birthday to a great guy
I'm proud to call my nephew, Brady Gary Roger...

May GOD bless you always and forever, Amen.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Failure Is A Golden Opportunity! - By Catherine Pulsifer

To assure that you will never experience failure:
· don't take a risk,
· don't attempt anything new,
· don't expand on your ideas,
· don't set goals.
Never to do any of these things actually guarantees you will fail. In effect, to never experience a failure limits our learning and our growth.

Why? We can learn from every failure. Failure is a golden opportunity to start again with more knowledge than we had before. To quote Henry Ford, "Failure is the opportunity to begin again more intelligently."

The most important element in the failure equation is your personal commitment to keep trying. Many times when I was ready to quit, I would remember Thomas Edison's quote, "Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up."
Don't give up on your dreams because of one unsuccessful attempt!
More food for thought:
"Successful people see alternatives and are willing to try different ways. People who only see failure are unable to see another way and give up to easily."

"If you don't accept failure as a possibility, you don't set high goals, you don't branch out, you don't try -- you don't take the risk."

"Persistent people begin their success where others end in failure."

"Each failure to sell will increase your chances for success at your next attempt."

The Art of Happiness...

The ingredients of happiness are simple that they can be counted on one hand...
Happiness comes from within, and rests most securely on simple goodness and clear conscience. Selfishness is its enemy; to make another happy is to be happy ones' self. It is quiet, seldom found for long in crowds, most easily won in moments of solitude and reflection. It cannot be bough; indeed money has very little to do with it.

No one is happy unless he is reasonably well satisfied with himself, so that the quest for tranquility must of necessity begin with self-examination. We shall not often be content with what we discover in this scrutiny. There is so much to do, and so little done. Upon this searching self-analysis, however, depends the discovery of those qualities that make each man unique and whose development alone can bring satisfaction.

Of all those who have tried, down the ages, to outline a program for happiness, few have succeeded so well as William Henry Channing, who wrote the following:

"To live content with small means;
to see elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion;
to be worthy, not respectable, and wealthy, not rich;
to study hard, think quietly, talk gently, act frankly;
to listen to the stars and birds, to babes and sages, with open heart;
to bear all cheerfully, do all bravely, await occasions, hurry never;
in a word to let the spiritual, unbidden and unconscious grow up through the common."
It will be noted that no one can do this for you; you must do it for yourself.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Dog Shampoo

Is your dog itching, scratching and stinking beyond belief?

Do you?

Wash your dog one day, just to have the stink return the next?
Wait weeks between bathing your dog because his skin gets so dry and flaky?
Hate bathing your dog because you rinse and rinse and rinse...and still can't get him completely rinsed?

Need help?

Why not try the all natural dog shampoo Dogosuds ® made by Dinovite, Inc.

Isn't it time for that new dog smell?

Dogosuds ® Benefits:
• Makes your dog smell CLEAN and WONDERFUL for a long time.
• Lathers beautifully ... and RINSES EASILY!
• Contains 100% pure, therapeutic grade essential oils that have natural, healing properties
• Gentle soothing shampoo works well for sensitive skin.
• Lathers beautifully ... and RINSES EASILY!
• Contains NO CHEMICALS, NO PERFUMES, NO FILLERS, nothing to irritate or dry your dog's skin!
• Also works great to remove SKUNK odor!

I believe it's good to share these information to those who's having dog at home, just like one of my Aunty and my cousin who's treating their dogs just like a human... the dog even understand their owner's language... so touch tho'.

Friday, July 3, 2009

Super Spiritual...

I can't believe it but what can I say, again the quiz telling me that I am...:D

How Spiritual Are You?

You are in touch with the world around you,

and you find peace in connecting with others.
You believe that every life is special
and that every life has a purpose.

You value harmony and understanding.
You try not to judge, bicker, and fight.
As simple as it sounds, you truly think
it's important to make the world a better place.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Loyal & Humble?

Well, this quiz tells me that I'm loyal & humble... no comment *wink*


You value loyalty a fair amount.
You're loyal to your friends... to a point.
But if they cross you, you will reconsider your loyalties.
Staying true to others is important to you, but you also stay true to yourself.


You don't really value honesty.
You do value getting your way, no matter what.
And if a little lying is required to do that, no problem.
A few white lies never hurt anyone (at least, that's what you tell yourself!)


You don't really value generosity.
Your needs always come first, no matter what.
And you'll possibly help someone else out...
But only if it helps you in return.


You value humility a fair amount.
You tend to be an easy going, humble person.
But occasionally your ego takes over.
You have a slight competitive streak - and the need to be the best.


Not only do you prefer to be around people very similar to you...
They're the only kind of people you'll tolerate.
You know what you believe in, and you don't like to deviate from that.
You don't hate people who are very different - you just don't want to be around them.

Try this...The five factor values test

Monday, June 29, 2009

What Is Your Life Path Number?

My life path number is 22...
Your purpose in life is to use your power for good.

Of all the life paths, yours has the most innate power.
Your power lies in your vision, and you must recruit others to help you in this vision. You are able to be a great idealist, but you still have the practicality to get things done.

In love, you tend to be a big romantic - but you also tend to keep your distance.

You have a lot of potential, and it's sometimes hard to live up to.
Sometimes you just feel like slipping into obscurity and doing nothing. You tend to be prone to dramatic emotions, until you step back and look at things honestly.

What Is Your Life Path Number?

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Motorola W218

Well, the handphone model might not sound the latest model but at least I can make calls and send text from it, no bluetooth either and that doesn’t allowed me to get nice song for ring tones or what so ever… oh well, that’s not very important anyway. And the best part is I got this set for FREE...yes! that’s why I don’t bother much on the music and all… thank you to my dear friend for your kindness…(you know who you are *wink*)


Have you ever heard of ‘Rombengan’? It’s an open market selling used clothes, bags, shoes, comforters and a lot more branded items. It will only available during ‘Tamu’ or at the certain places. Well, I’ve heard of it 3 years ago but never come across my mind to buy things from ‘Rombengan’. Anyway, last year while I was in a hotel line, most of my colleagues talk about ‘Rombengan’ some even get a cheaper branded shoes at RM15, it looks new though, some bought a very nice branded shirt at RM5, some telling us that they bought a very nice comforter / bed sheet (Queen / King Size) at RM15-20 from 'Rombengan'. Well, I always heard them talking about branded items with cheaper prices though, no other place but from ‘Rombengan’. They even made a date to meet each other at the specific ‘Rombengan’ and shop together-gather…haha. So, one day I went together with my aunty just to feel the ‘Rombengan’ environment and yes it’s true, mostly branded lah… you can find G2000, Esprit, MNG, Giordano, Polo, Gap and a lot more branded items and to my surprise I saw even Datin and rich people also shop there….opsss! I can’t believe the power of ‘Rombengan’. Anyway, since it’s my first time I didn’t buy anything cause I’m confuse what to get, there are so many selection, so I just do my ‘Rombengan’ tour that time, where my aunty bought a bed sheet, hand bag and a few nice shirt, price between RM5 – 15. And yesterday during lunch time was the latest I’d been to Donggongon ‘Rombengan’ where I suppose to buy my kids bag for their stuff to nursery but unfortunately not much selection of bags though and I ended up didn’t buy anything, what a wasted time…*sigh* Infact time too short bah tu…haha


I don’t like surprise at all… Well, it happened when my sister did it to all of us yesterday. Well, she has finally completed her MAS training with everything goes well, she passed all her tests (even failed one of the subject, but passed after re-seated). And she has done her flying practical (even was shouted, scolded and all by her leading – well, I believe it’s part of the practical, so-called orientation). Anyway, it’s good for her, to build confidence bah...sabar saja lah kio bell. After done with all that, they’d been given 5 days off (17-21 June 2009), so, she mentioned earlier that she wanted to go back home during these days, but flight are fully booked (KUL – BKI) so, nothing she can do. I’d tried to help her with Air Asia booking but she said ‘no lah Kak, mahal bah’ so I said ‘oklah, it’s up to you. So I thought that’s it.

Hmmm… I can sense something is not right, so I called Abell around 4pm yesterday, asking where is she, she said, ‘nantilah you call me Kak, sa tengah cuci kain bah ni’ but I can hear clearly from the background it’s like in the shopping mall.

Anyway, around 7.30pm my aunties and I are about to leave the house for groceries shopping, where suddenly a white Myvi came by and stop near to our house, and I pretty recognized the driver and her companion, they’re Abell’s friend, Alisha and Michelle…. then Alisha came down and took a luggage from the bonnet and send to our house while saying ‘Rushell asked me to send this luggage’ then we said ‘apalah si Abell ni kasih susah ko saja’. Suddenly we heard a loud shout + laugh from the car and there you go, to our surprise Abell is back home!!! Everyone is happy especially my kids, my niece and nephew to see Abell finally back for the 2nd short break… She’d shared a lot of stories about her experienced which is very good and I can see more improvement in her in-terms of grooming, dressing, manners and all. Wish you always the very best bell!

Poor Car...

Our poor car was “admitted at the hospital” since yesterday for a minor “operation”. Oh well, it was hit by a lorry pick-up 2 weeks ago where the front bonnet has a little dented that need to be repair. It might be very difficult for us without car especially to work and sending kids to school since we only have one car. Ohhh…we was told by the mechanic that it will takes approximately 10 - 12 days to get our car repair (with some additional problem need to be fix as well - one and for all…*sigh*). However, we’re lucky that the yellow Kancil is available for us for the time being, our thanks to Aunt LC that she’s ok with that (well, she has her new car anyway…). But ohhh… need to be very patient eh within these days as the yellow Kancil has NO AIRCOND, just imagine driving in the afternoon with the bright sun huh… phew!

Visit to Lokawi Zoo…

I feel sorry to Alyssa that I’ve overlooked the submission date for their School visit to Lokawi Zoo. The letter was given in May 2009 where the visiting date is 11 July 2009. I was thinking to submit the signed form with the payment at least 2 week before the visit. So, actually Lyssa has reminded me to submit the form with payment before the recent school break but I told her to do it after the holiday.

Then, yesterday I’d asked her Teacher about it, and too bad they‘re not accepting any late participation. Oh no! what a bad Mummy I am, how could I do this to my girl. Lyssa feel so sad and down as she's really want to join her classmate and other schoolmates to the visit (even she’d been there once). She said to me, ‘Mummy, I must go’… as to comfort her, I said ‘yes, we will go together’. She said ‘no, I want to follow the bus from school’. Oh no! I hope she’s fine when nearer to the date… pity her…