Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Menghayati Erti Hidup

Sedang sibuk-sibuk tengok facebook, aku terlihat seorang kawan post artikel ni. Walaupun busy tapi aku semangat baca sampai habis. Dan aku rasa..hurmmm..sedih tapi sangat bermakna. Oleh itu, aku nak share dengan korang jugak. Walaupun dalam bahasa Inggeris, takpe, tak paham boleh bukak kamus mahupun google dictionary.

Bawah ni video tapi aku copy paste sekali talk dari mendiang Dr.Richard Teo ni. Semoga kita, sebagai manusia terutamanya yang beragama Islam ambil iktibar dari kisah hidup beliau.

In Memory of Dr. Richard Teo (1972 - 2012)

Below is the transcript of the talk of Dr. Richard Teo, who is a 40-year-old millionaire and cosmetic surgeon with a stage-4 lung cancer but selflessly came to share with the D1 class his life experience on 19-Jan-2012. He has just passed away few days ago on 18 October 2012.

Hi good morning to all of you. My voice is a bit hoarse, so please bear with m
e. I thought I'll just introduce myself. My name is Richard, I'm a medical doctor. And I thought I'll just share some thoughts of my life. It's my pleasure to be invited by prof. Hopefully, it can get you thinking about how... as you pursue this.. embarking on your training to become dental surgeons, to think about other things as well.

Since young, I am a typical product of today's society. Relatively successful product that society requires.. From young, I came from a below average family. I was told by the media... and people around me that happiness is about success. And that success is about being wealthy. With this mind-set, I've always be extremely competitive, since I was young.

Not only do I need to go to the top school, I need to have success in all fields. Uniform groups, track, everything. I needed to get trophies, needed to be successful, I needed to have colours award, national colours award, everything. So I was highly competitive since young. I went on to medical school, graduated as a doctor. Some of you may know that within the medical faculty, ophthalmology is one of the most highly sought after specialities. So I went after that as well. I was given a traineeship in ophthalmology, I was also given a research scholarship by NUS to develop lasers to treat the eye.

So in the process, I was given 2 patents, one for the medical devices, and another for the lasers. And you know what, all this academic achievements did not bring me any wealth. So once I completed my bond with MOH, I decided that this is taking too long, the training in eye surgery is just taking too long. And there's lots of money to be made in the private sector. If you're aware, in the last few years, there is this rise in aesthetic medicine. Tons of money to be made there. So I decided, well, enough of staying in institution, it's time to leave. So I quit my training halfway and I went on to set up my aesthetic clinic... in town, together with a day surgery centre.

You know the irony is that people do not make heroes out average GP (general practitioner), family physicians. They don't. They make heroes out of people who are rich and famous. People who are not happy to pay $20 to see a GP, the same person have no qualms paying ten thousand dollars for a liposuction, 15 thousand dollars for a breast augmentation, and so on and so forth. So it's a no brainer isn't? Why do you want to be a gp? Become an aesthetic physician. So instead of healing the sick and ill, I decided that I'll become a glorified beautician. So, business was good, very good. It started off with waiting of one week, then became 3weeks, then one month, then 2 months, then 3 months. I was overwhelmed; there were just too many patients. Vanities are fantastic business. I employed one doctor, the second doctor, the 3rd doctor, the 4th doctor. And within the 1st year, we're already raking in millions. Just the 1st year. But never is enough because I was so obsessed with it. I started to expand into Indonesia to get all the rich Indonesian tai-tais who wouldn't blink an eye to have a procedure done. So life was really good.

So what do I do with the spare cash. How do I spend my weekends? Typically, I'll have car club gatherings. I take out my track car, with spare cash I got myself a track car. We have car club gatherings. We'll go up to Sepang in Malaysia. We'll go for car racing. And it was my life. With other spare cash, what do i do? I get myself a Ferrari. At that time, the 458 wasn't out, it's just a spider convertible, 430. This is a friend of mine, a schoolmate who is a forex trader, a banker. So he got a red one, he was wanting all along a red one, I was getting the silver one.

So what do I do after getting a car? It's time to buy a house, to build our own bungalows. So we go around looking for a land to build our own bungalows, we went around hunting. So how do i live my life? Well, we all think we have to mix around with the rich and famous. This is one of the Miss Universe. So we hang around with the beautiful, rich and famous. This by the way is an internet founder. So this is how we spend our lives, with dining and all the restaurants and Michelin Chefs you know.

So I reach a point in life that I got everything for my life. I was at the pinnacle of my career and all. That's me one year ago in the gym and I thought I was like, having everything under control and reaching the pinnacle.

Well, I was wrong. I didn't have everything under control. About last year March, I started to develop backache in the middle of nowhere. I thought maybe it was all the heavy squats I was doing. So I went to SGH, saw my classmate to do an MRI, to make sure it's not a slipped disc or anything. And that evening, he called me up and said that we found bone marrow replacement in your spine. I said, sorry what does that mean? I mean I know what it means, but I couldn't accept that. I was like “Are you serious?” I was still running around going to the gym you know. But we had more scans the next day, PET scans - positrons emission scans, they found that actually I have stage 4 terminal lung cancer. I was like "Whoa where did that come from?” It has already spread to the brain, the spine, the liver and the adrenals. And you know one moment I was there, totally thinking that I have everything under control, thinking that I've reached the pinnacle of my life. But the next moment, I have just lost it.

This is a CT scan of the lungs itself. If you look at it, every single dot there is a tumour. We call this miliaries tumour. And in fact, I have tens of thousands of them in the lungs. So, I was told that even with chemotherapy, that I'll have about 3-4months at most. Did my life come crushing on, of course it did, who wouldn't? I went into depression, of course, severe depression and I thought I had everything.

See the irony is that all these things that I have, the success, the trophies, my cars, my house and all. I thought that brought me happiness. But i was feeling really down, having severe depression. Having all these thoughts of my possessions, they brought me no joy. The thought of... You know, I can hug my Ferrari to sleep, no... No, it is not going to happen. It brought not a single comfort during my last ten months. And I thought they were, but they were not true happiness. But it wasn't. What really brought me joy in the last ten months was interaction with people, my loved ones, friends, people who genuinely care about me, they laugh and cry with me, and they are able to identify the pain and suffering I was going through. That brought joy to me, happiness. None of the things I have, all the possessions, and I thought those were supposed to bring me happiness. But it didn't, because if it did, I would have felt happy think about it, when I was feeling most down..

You know the classical Chinese New Year that is coming up. In the past, what do I do? Well, I will usually drive my flashy car to do my rounds, visit my relatives, to show it off to my friends. And I thought that was joy, you know. I thought that was really joy. But do you really think that my relatives and friends, whom some of them have difficulty trying to make ends meet, that will truly share the joy with me? Seeing me driving my flashy car and showing off to them? No, no way. They won’t be sharing joy with me. They were having problems trying to make ends meet, taking public transport. In fact i think, what I have done is more like you know, making them envious, jealous of all I have. In fact, sometimes even hatred.

Those are what we call objects of envy. I have them, I show them off to them and I feel it can fill my own pride and ego. That didn't bring any joy to these people, to my friends and relatives, and I thought they were real joy.

Well, let me just share another story with you. You know when I was about your age, I stayed in king Edward VII hall. I had this friend whom I thought was strange. Her name is Jennifer, we're still good friends. And as I walk along the path, she would, if she sees a snail, she would actually pick up the snail and put it along the grass patch. I was like why do you need to do that? Why dirty your hands? It’s just a snail. The truth is she could feel for the snail. The thought of being crushed to death is real to her, but to me it's just a snail. If you can't get out of the pathway of humans then you deserve to be crushed, it’s part of evolution isn't it? What an irony isn't it?

There I was being trained as a doctor, to be compassionate, to be able to empathise; but I couldn't. As a house officer, I graduated from medical school, posted to the oncology department at NUH. And, every day, every other day I witness death in the cancer department. When I see how they suffered, I see all the pain they went through. I see all the morphine they have to press every few minutes just to relieve their pain. I see them struggling with their oxygen breathing their last breath and all. But it was just a job. When I went to clinic every day, to the wards every day, take blood, give the medication but was the patient real to me? They weren't real to me. It was just a job, I do it, I get out of the ward, I can't wait to get home, I do my own stuff.

Was the pain, was the suffering the patients went through real? No. Of course I know all the medical terms to describe how they feel, all the suffering they went through. But in truth, I did not know how they feel, not until I became a patient. It is until now; I truly understand how they feel. And, if you ask me, would I have been a very different doctor if I were to re-live my life now, I can tell you yes I will. Because I truly understand how the patients feel now. And sometimes, you have to learn it the hard way.

Even as you start just your first year, and you embark this journey to become dental surgeons, let me just challenge you on two fronts.

Inevitably, all of you here will start to go into private practice. You will start to accumulate wealth. I can guarantee you. Just doing an implant can bring you thousands of dollars, it's fantastic money. And actually there is nothing wrong with being successful, with being rich or wealthy, absolutely nothing wrong. The only trouble is that a lot of us like myself couldn't handle it.

Why do I say that? Because when I start to accumulate, the more I have, the more I want. The more I wanted, the more obsessed I became. Like what I showed you earlier on, all I can was basically to get more possessions, to reach the pinnacle of what society did to us, of what society wants us to be. I became so obsessed that nothing else really mattered to me. Patients were just a source of income, and I tried to squeeze every single cent out of these patients.

A lot of times we forget, whom we are supposed to be serving. We become so lost that we serve nobody else but just ourselves. That was what happened to me. Whether it is in the medical, the dental fraternity, I can tell you, right now in the private practice, sometimes we just advise patients on treatment that is not indicated. Grey areas. And even though it is not necessary, we kind of advocate it. Even at this point, I know who are my friends and who genuinely cared for me and who are the ones who try to make money out of me by selling me "hope". We kind of lose our moral compass along the way. Because we just want to make money.

Worse, I can tell you, over the last few years, we bad mouth our fellow colleagues, our fellow competitors in the industry. We have no qualms about it. So if we can put them down to give ourselves an advantage, we do it. And that's what happening right now, medical, dental everywhere. My challenge to you is not to lose that moral compass. I learnt it the hard way, I hope you don't ever have to do it.

Secondly, a lot of us will start to get numb to our patients as we start to practise. Whether is it government hospitals, private practice, I can tell you when I was in the hospital, with stacks of patient folders, I can't wait to get rid of those folders as soon as possible; I can't wait to get patients out of my consultation room as soon as possible because there is just so many, and that's a reality. Because it becomes a job, a very routine job. And this is just part of it. Do I truly know how the patient feels back then? No, I don't. The fears and anxiety and all, do I truly understand what they are going through? I don't, not until when this happens to me and I think that is one of the biggest flaws in our system.

We’re being trained to be healthcare providers, professional, and all and yet we don't know how exactly they feel. I'm not asking you to get involved emotionally, I don't think that is professional but do we actually make a real effort to understand their pain and all? Most of us won’t, alright, I can assure you. So don't lose it, my challenge to you is to always be able to put yourself in your patient's shoes.

Because the pain, the anxiety, the fear are very real even though it's not real to you, it's real to them. So don't lose it and you know, right now I'm in the midst of my 5th cycle of my chemotherapy. I can tell you it’s a terrible feeling. Chemotherapy is one of those things that you don't wish even your enemies to go through because it's just suffering, lousy feeling, throwing out, you don't even know if you can retain your meals or not. Terrible feeling! And even with whatever little energy now I have, I try to reach out to other cancer patients because I truly understand what pain and suffering is like. But it's kind of little too late and too little.

You guys have a bright future ahead of you with all the resource and energy, so I’m going to challenge you to go beyond your immediate patients. To understand that there are people out there who are truly in pain, truly in hardship. Don’t get the idea that only poor people suffer. It is not true. A lot of these poor people do not have much in the first place, they are easily contented. for all you know they are happier than you and me but there are out there, people who are suffering mentally, physically, hardship, emotionally, financially and so on and so forth, and they are real. We choose to ignore them or we just don't want to know that they exist.

So do think about it alright, even as you go on to become professionals and dental surgeons and all. That you can reach out to these people who are in need. Whatever you do can make a large difference to them. I'm now at the receiving end so I know how it feels, someone who genuinely care for you, encourage and all. It makes a lot of difference to me. That’s what happens after treatment. I had a treatment recently, but I’ll leave this for another day. A lot of things happened along the way, that's why I am still able to talk to you today.

I'll just end of with this quote here, it's from this book called Tuesdays with Morris, and some of you may have read it. Everyone knows that they are going to die; every one of us knows that. The truth is, none of us believe it because if we did, we will do things differently. When I faced death, when I had to, I stripped myself off all stuff totally and I focused only on what is essential. The irony is that a lot of times, only when we learn how to die then we learn how to live. I know it sounds very morbid for this morning but it's the truth, this is what I’m going through.

Don’t let society tell you how to live. Don’t let the media tell you what you're supposed to do. Those things happened to me. And I led this life thinking that these are going to bring me happiness. I hope that you will think about it and decide for yourself how you want to live your own life. Not according to what other people tell you to do, and you have to decide whether you want to serve yourself, whether you are going to make a difference in somebody else's life. Because true happiness doesn't come from serving yourself. I thought it was but it didn't turn out that way.

Also most importantly, I think true joy comes from knowing God. Not knowing about God – I mean, you can read the bible and know about God – but knowing God personally; getting a relationship with God. I think that’s the most important. That’s what I’ve learnt.

So if I were to sum it up, I’d say that the earlier we sort out the priorities in our lives, the better it is. Don’t be like me – I had no other way. I had to learn it through the hard way. I had to come back to God to thank Him for this opportunity because I’ve had 3 major accidents in my past – car accidents. You know, these sports car accidents – I was always speeding , but somehow I always came out alive, even with the car almost being overturned. And I wouldn’t have had a chance. Who knows, I don’t know where else I’d be going to! Even though I was baptised it was just a show, but the fact that this has happened, it gave me a chance to come back to God.

Few things I’d learnt though:
1. Trust in the Lord your God with all your heart – this is so important.
2. Is to love and serve others, not just ourselves.

There is nothing wrong with being rich or wealthy. I think it’s absolutely alright, cos God has blessed. So many people are blessed with good wealth, but the trouble is I think a lot of us can’t handle it. The more we have, the more we want. I’ve gone through it, the deeper the hole we dig, the more we get sucked into it, so much so that we worship wealth and lose focus. Instead of worshipping God, we worship wealth. It’s just a human instinct. It’s just so difficult to get out of it.

We are all professionals, and when we go into private practise, we start to build up our wealth – inevitably. So my thought are, when you start to build up wealth and when the opportunity comes, do remember that all these things don’t belong to us. We don’t really own it nor have rights to this wealth. It’s actually God’s gift to us. Remember that it’s more important to further His Kingdom rather than to further ourselves.

Anyway I think that I’ve gone through it, and I know that wealth without God is empty. It is more important that you fill up the wealth, as you build it up subsequently, as professionals and all, you need to fill it up with the wealth of God.

p/s: memang ada cita-cita nak jadi kaya. Tapi, hidup yang lebih bahagia tu lagi penting dari harta benda. =')

Monday, October 29, 2012

To Da Vinci Code Shooting Scene & Malaysian Potluck!

Masa minggu pertama sampai Birmingham, aku dan rakan-rakan pergi ke Lincoln. Lebih kurang 2 jam setengah kalau naik train. Pergi sana untuk hantar sahabat-sahabat yang belajar di Lincoln. Diorang baru dapat cari rumah sewa. Memandangkan mereka yang dah pergi Lincoln kata Lincoln tempat yang cantik untuk dilawati, maka haruslah pergi kan..

Tolong Laida pasang bed sheet. Kitorang memang bestfriend dari zaman kat UiTM lagi. Konvo sama-sama, sekarang kat UK pun sama-sama.. Gila lah! Macam tak percaya sampai sekarang!

Ni kat Tesco. Banyak Tesco kat sini yang 24 jam.

Siang itu sangat cerah. So memang best lah sebab tak hujan. Cuaca kat sini memang camni. Kat luar tengok macam terang benderang, panas. Sekali keluar, menggigil.. Aduh, tipah tertipu selalu.

Kalau kat negara orang, tengok architecture memang cantik. Mana-mana pergi mesti nak pegang-pegang bangunan dia, pikir dibuat pakai material apa bagai. huhu.. 

Ni masih musim luruh tapi bunga tak luruh lagi pun time ni.

Kat sini ada canal & swan gebu-gebu..

 Kami ke Lincoln Cathedral. Ni salah satu tempat shooting movie Da Vinci Code. Huhu.. teruja je bila sampai. Tapi nak naik bukit untuk sampai tempat ni, Nauzubillah..tinggi betul nak panjat bukit.

Besar kan bangunan ni. Tengok human scale.

The girls.

Penunjuk perasaan.

Kononnya macam cover album. Anyway, nampak macam Bukit Tinggi kat Malaysia lah tempat ni sebenarnya.

Bagi aku, Lincoln sangat berbeza dengan Birmingham. Kat Birm, ada rasa macam keliru aku kat negara orang putih ke kat negara 'yang bukan orang putih'. Sebab ramai sangat-sangat orang kaum lain selain yang kulit putih. (termasuklah I..huahua..sebab tu taknak komen lebih-lebih macamlah aku ni mat salleh kan..). Kat Lincoln, bangunan sekeliling macam dalam skala yang kecil aje saiz dia. sedap-sedap mata memandang, bersih dan cantik. Malaysian yang ada di Lincoln pun sangat sedikit. Jadi bila orang tengok kita, diorang pun paham-paham lah yang kami ni tourist (kot..) Lincoln tempat yang menarik untuk sightseeing. So boleh lah kalau nak datang sini. Cumanya, makanan mahal sikit lah.

Tak dilupakan juga, disebabkan area rumah aku ni ramai lah juga Malaysian tahun ni, (MARA hantar ramai student ke apa tahun ni?) makanya haritu kami buat Potluck. Lepas makan-makan kami berjalan-jalan di taman. Konon-konon ambil feel autumn.

90% daripada kami adalah dari UiTM. Hurmm.. kadang-kadang terfikir adakah jika anda dari UiTM maka kebarangkalian anda untuk sambung belajar di luar negara adalah sedikit tinggi? Just wondering..

Nampak tak betapa happynya disitu? 

Autumn in my heart. Seriously..autumn in my heart..  =')

p/s: Dah nak dekat 2 bulan disini. So far aku takdelah berjalan sangat sebab kelas pun dah start. & tahu ajelah course aku ni pun tak boleh nak senang duduk sangat kan. Cuma sempat pergi Lincoln dengan London je baru. Pergi London sebab ada Malaysian Night kat Trafalgar Square. So next time aku update. Sekarang mau buat kerjaan. 

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Salam Perantau

Okay, aku dah berada di Birmingham, United Kingdom sebulan dah. Tapi tak update betul-betul pun lagi kan? Biasa lah, banyak benda nak settle kan (alasan wajib I kalau lama tak update).

Hurmm.. tak tahu nak start dari mana sebab lama tak update, tapi banyak dah aktiviti kat sini. Basically aktiviti nak adapt dengan suasana, etc. So aku story jelah ikut suka hati aku macam mana eh. Harap sabar.heheh.

Makanya flight aku berangkat ke Birmingham adalah pada jam 2.00 A.M. 9 September 2012 waktu Malaysia. Transit di Dubai. Naik Emirates. Emirates best! =)

Yang datang menghantar ialah family, termasuk cousins, pak cik, mak cik dan Opah. Juga sahabat-sahabat baik. Terima kasih sebab datang! Ni gambar mak ngan ayah aku. Parents jadi pemangkin semangat untuk aku study elok-elok selama 2 tahun ni. Aku harap aku berjaya dunia akhirat. Amin..

Aku berangkat dengan 3 lagi orang sahabat yang sama-sama dari UiTM. Laida, Maryam & Azri (husband & wife) Al-kisahnya kawan aku pelik la apesal aku tak tidur sangat masa dalam flight. 16 jam perjalanan kot. Aku sebenarnya layan movies. Ada 4 movies aku layan siot! Cerita kartun Mulan (tapi tertidur part ending.Cis!!) Then tengok Snow White & The Huntsman, Hunger Games dengan Finding Nemo. (Finding Nemo aku punya all time favourite cartoon okeyy!! seronok sangat, asyik gelak je..) Aku belum pernah tengok Hunger Games. Tak sangka aku touching sangat tengok sampai meleleh air mata. Laida duduk sebelah aku terkejut tengok aku nangis, pastu gelakkan aku kaw-kaw. Part yang budak kecik yang pandai panjat pokok dari District berapa entah mati lepastu Katniss sedih-sedih aku pun naik touching la. 
T__T  I kan penyayang.. *tiba-tiba nak up diri sendiri*

 Ni adalah kawasan perumahan aku. Aku duduk di salah sebuah rumah ni la. Okey-okey aje duduk sini. Sewa pun murah gila, bolehlah aku jimat duit elaun kot-kot nak beli kereta ke kan. Kereta kat sini murah siot! Rumah aku dekat dengan bus stop, dekat dengan One Stop Centre (kat sini ada pasaraya ala Giant tapi nama dia Asda, then ada kedai-kedai lain macam Poundland, Dorothy Perkins, New Look, etc etc. Pendek kata banyak barang boleh beli & within walking distance je.

Ni view dari uni aku. Tapi ni main campus la. Main campus depan rumah aje. Boleh jalan kaki jugak. Tapi sayangnya fakulti aku jauh sikit. Kena naik bas. 

Bullring ni kat City Center. Macam kalau kat KL, mungkin macam KLCC la. Kat sini pelik betul. Takde maknanya nak pergi shopping time weekdays dengan harapan tak ramai orang. Weekend ke weekdays ke sama je, ramai gak. Aku pun tak tahu lah time bila diorang ni kerja. 

Nampak tak betapa ramainya orang kat sini? Ini adalah hari Khamis. Diulangi, Khamis. Hari Isnin, Selasa, Rabu, Khamis Jumaat, Sabtu Ahad sama je ramainya. Konpius! Tapi weekend lagi ramai. Sebab tu, aku tak lah rajin sangat datang City Centre ni walaupun naik bas 15 minit je. 

Trademark Bullring. 

City Centre

Dari segi makanan, tak susah pun. Sangat tak susah. Kat Birmingham ni, ramai locals yang berketurunan Pakistan atau bangsa lain yang Muslim. & banyak restoran halal kat sini macam kedai burger, pizza, kebab. Sedap-sedap pulak tuh. Supermarket pun kebanyakannya ada section "halal meat". Jadi, kesimpulannya aku takde masalah dari segi nak dapatkan daging mentah yang halal. Cuma rajin atau malas nak masak jelah. Gambar di atas adalah ayam feveret kalau gi restoran Yum Yum. Dia macam ayam Nandos, tapi kurasakan lagi nyum-nyum sedap dari Nandos.
Housemate aku semua Muslim. Alhamdulillah. & ada lagi dua orang ni adik beradik dari Pakistan. Kelebihannya kalau housemate Muslim, erm..senang dari segi makanan, perkakas dapur, kebersihan dan lain-lain yang boleh dipikirkan sendiri.

Kalau pergi City Center, sangatlah tak tahu mana nak cari surau. Tapi semenjak tahu Restoran Yum yum ni bagi tumpang solat, memang tempat ni jelah jadi aim kalau tak sempat balik rumah ke apa. Ni bukanlah surau, sekadar stor yang staf diorang buat tempat solat gak. Yela, kat Malaysia dah biasa senang cari surau, kat sini memang susah sikit lah. Jadi kena pandai-pandai cari tempat.

Masa minggu orientasi tu ada Fresher's Fair. Banyak lah kelab-kelab sukan & society lain. LGBT pun ada beb. Aku sedih tau sebenarnya. ='( sebab semua kelab sukan yang aku berminat nak masuk jatuh pada hari aku ada kelas seharian dari pagi sampai petang. Oh kejamnyaaa! 

Polis selalu ada time Fresher's Week. 

Masa second week pula macam minggu orientasi untuk kelas pula lah. Masa awal-awal tu ada lah lecturer bawa pusing-pusing tengok bangunan di tengah bandar & explain pasal bangunan-bangunan dan arkitek di situ. Dalam kelas aku, cuma dua orang je budak Malaysian. Huhu. Baru tahu apa rasanya jadi student international.

*kat belakang yang baju warna coklat tu lecturer. Tapi lecturer aku sempoi je*

Dah pergi site visit juga. Basically aku ni dikira Year 5 student. Kalau undergrad kira student Year 1 sampai Year 4. Postgrad Year 5 sampai Year 6. Untuk postgrad,year 5&6 digabungkan dan dibahagi 4 untuk kelas design. 4 kumpulan ni dinamakan Design Agent, Plastic, Future Archaeologist dengan Happiness. Aku dapat masuk group Plastic. Tapi dalam year 5 punya group Plastic ni, aku sorang je perempuan. Huhuuu.. cuak mula-mula dengan nak faham accent British diorang nih. Tapi Alhamdulillah aku okey lah sebab kita orang Asian! Kita hebat! *motif sangat nak sedapkan hati sendiri*

Aku dengan Teha. Teha ni memang bestfriend aku dari zaman belajar kat UiTM. So dia banyak guide aku lah. Kitorang duduk serumah lah. =)

Sebabkan nak dapat roti canai fresh dari mamak tu sangatlah mustahil, beli frozen paratha je. Layan~
btw ni gambar paling latest di pagi sabtu yang nampak sangat kau belum mandi kan Sophie? huahua.. Kat sini sejuk tau. Baru Autumn. Suhu antara 7-15 degree Celcius.

Masa mula-mula pergi supermarket, aku macam pening betul nak beli produk apa. 90% lain dengan yang ada kat Malaysia. Tapi banyak gak produk-produk yang menarik. 

Kat supermarket takde Milo, jadi beli produk untuk buat hot chocolate. Brand yang familiar seharusnya Cadbury. Bancuh dengan air panas, then campur fresh milk. Sangatlah bahaya untuk minum di waktu pagi sebab kalau gi kelas mata mesti ngantuk gila. Arghhh! 

Suka gila aku beli fresh milk kat sini. Fresh milk kat sini memang rasa sangat fresh. Dan murah. £1
 untuk 2 litre. Dah duduk sini tak boleh lah nak convert sangat ke duit Malaysia kan. Tapi so far, rasa macam ada benda yang kat sini lagi murah, ada benda gak yang lagi mahal. Fair & square.

Aku pun tak pasti ni air kotak rasa chocolate Mars dengan Milky Way ke apa. Tapi aku tak beli la.

Last but not least, kat sini ada swimming pool! Walaupun kelab sukan berlaku kejam terhadap aku sebab buat latihan time aku ada kelas, tapi aku jumpa tempat ni dan aku rasa happy.. T_T
walaupun kecik dari pool UiTM tapi takpe.. =') Err, aku rasa kelas yang berlaku kejam sebenarnya sebab buat hari Rabu. 

Oh, lupa,lupa!! Aku dah beli basikal jugak wehh!! Basikal 2nd hand.  £40
Baik korang diam kalau korang rasa kaki aku tak sampai! Sampai tau sebenarnya. (-_-')

Okeylah. aku dah ngantuk. Nanti aku update lagi, insyaAllah. 

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