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Monday, June 15, 2009

Hazy Days...

I think I ought to change the title of my blog since we've been in Malaysia for like, ages now...well actually nearly 2 months. The hubby is still waiting to be called back to Iran to commence with the project but it seems like we'll be in Malaysia for another month or so.. However, at the moment we're not too anxious to go back to Iran, though - what with the political turmoil going on over there. We wouldn't like to be caught in the clashes between Ahmadinejad and Mousavi supporters! Anyway, I hope we'll manage to get back to Iran before summer ends or else we'll be greeted with a dreary wintry landscape! Although.. I'm not terribly excited about the hot, scorching weather we're having in Malaysia at the moment. (Praise be to Allah..but O God, please give us some rain..) It was quite hazy, too a few days back. I caught some pictures then, while we went jogging.. er.. walking.. in the Setia Alam Park. You can see how hazy it was that day. I thought it was silly to be going out for some exercise if you're going to breathe in some foul gasses, but there you are...the hubby said I need the exercise. (anyway, I always manage to get him buy me breakfast; thosei today, nasi kerabu next...hey, those are healthy breakfast you know!) By the way, for all fathers out there: Happy Father's Day! Check out Luther Vandross' 'Dance With My Father Again' - lovely song..




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7 comments:

  1. hmmmm....i love Luther Vandross songs....gets me all emotional too. Ohh...You might go back to Iran....i hope not too soon! Would be nice to get to know you better....a new friend from a different land. My parenst live in Shah Alam too...section 9...close to the Concorde hotel. May I keep in touch through emails as well?

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  2. typo there....sighs. it was *parents*
    I'm a typo Queen..lol.

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  3. Of course, I'd love to hear from you...do drop me a line. To tell you the truth, I may just need to change the title of the blog since the hubby is thinking of quitting the job in Iran since it's taking too long for it to start again...(sigh..)You don't mind a friend just about an hour or less, drive away, do you?!

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  4. I most certainly do not mind that! Still a new friend made and definitely a plus. It would be nice. Well...if you and hubby like it here, then it's no loss if he quits the job in Iran. InshAllah all will work out fine.

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  5. Not sure where you are situated, but I live in USJ19 and I am a lot in Kelana Jaya as well. Ohh...a friend and I was exploring different lands in google earth and when we were following the road through the vast lands of Iran, we found some words which were very huge and written on the ground...in the middle of nowhere...desert land. I am verrryy curious as to what it means. Perhaps you can help me in this...I have a picture of it which I can send to you to see.

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  6. I live in Klang... do email the picture to me. I'm quite curious myself, though I'm not sure I may be of any help.. the Iranians speak Parsi which honestly, I don't! But they use Arabic letters and numerals which helps sometimes in reading signs and directions..

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  7. Hi again...i did send the email to the one listed here as ummuumar@rocketmail.com, I will resend it again.....though it did show as sent.

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