Sony Bravia LCD TV

Hari Rabu lepas TV di rumah kami rosak, TV yang dicilok dari umah Shah Alam rosak.... Tak keluar gambar langsung, cume ade bunyi bunyian jek..... Mr Hubby tak senang duduk sebab dia dah menjadi si kaki TV..... Banyak kali jugak la TV tu kena ketuk cume tak kena tendang jek.... Jadi pada hari itu, Mr Hubby menghabiskan 1 jam di kedai mamak tingkat 5 untuk menonton The Legend of Bruce Lee, nasib baik sempat!!!!! Kalau tak, mesti telinga ni kena menahan bebelan beliau...... Sepanjang malam tu kami hanya menikmati rancangan "Uncle Seeker yang celupar", "cerita tipu Ustaz di Cakera Alam" dan menghiburkan diri dengan mendengar lagu-lagu merdu dari "Ustaz Akhil Ray di Bachok".... Terima kasih kepada the creator of You Tube......

Esoknya Hari Natal....
"Marry Chritmas to everybody especially to Georgina Liew Lee Chin and family"
Selepas mandi dan sarapan Pizza Hut malam tadi kami menuju ke KLCC, parking banyak kosong sebab baru jam 10.30 pagi, orang pun tak ramai sangat cume ade keluarga-keluarga yang membawa anak-anak berjalan-jalan (mungkin sebab cuti sekolah) dan juga couple-couple Indon bangsa asing yang sibuk mengambil gambar di pokok Krismas gergasi.... Destinasi utama ke Best Denki untuk mencari TV yang berkenan di hati..... Selepas hampir sejam di situ, inilah hasil tangkapan kami;

Sony Bravia LCD TV

Kul 4 petang tu, diorang datang hantar TV dan Mr Hubby sangat berpuas hati dapat tengok Bruce Lee episod akhir pada malam itu...... Gile tak puas hati arrrr ade mati macam tu jek, Hubby cakap mati dalam iman hahahahaha......

Selain dari itu, kami juga sempat menyinggah ke Mother Care dan menyebabkan poketku menjadi kempis sebab beli carseat untuk baby.... waaaaaaa abis duit gua

Lepas tu balik la, kalo lagi lame lagi sengkek la menghabiskan duit..... sekian cerita "Hikayat TV kami"


Special Entry : Happy Birthday Niena

Today, my pweety but mengade-ngade little niece turns 5. Become the only child makes her too manje especially with her Papa (anak Papa kan) ngan Mamanye, nan ado (asyik kena cubit jek) and become first grandchild to atok and nenek, memang banyak yang dia dapat cume Niena susah nak rapat with other people so she looks more mengada-ngada and irritating... oppppssssss

I think is about time to give her adik la, hehehe. My sis have told me that kalo la senang nak dapat anak, dah buat dah!!! :-)

To Maria Nur Irdina,




Baby Checklists - Hanie's Style

Ok people, this entry is all about my newborn baby checklists expecting arrival.... Hope it can give an ideas to new mummy-to-be out there :-) hopefully ok la ek

- Long Sleeve/Sleep Suits/Rompers
- Short Sleeve/Day Wears
- Booties & Mittens
- Bibs
- Caps/Hats
- Swaddling Blanket
- Nappies
- Tummy Binders
- Handkerchiefs/Burb Cloths
- Baby Laundry Detergent

- Diapers (newborn)
- Baby Wipes
- Diaper Rush Cream
- Changing Mat

Bathing & Grooming;
- Bath Tub
- Body Towels
- Toileteries
- Baby Oil
- Ointment - minyak yuyi
- Cotton Wool Balls/Swabs
- Cotton Buds
- Baby Comb/Brush
- Baby Nail Clipper
- Nasal Aspirator
- Gripe water (colic ease)

- Baby Cot/Playpen
- Mattress
- Bedding Cover Set
- Newborn Pillow & Bolsters
- Blankets
- Mosquito Net

- Breast Pump
- EBM Storage Containers
- Bottle & Teats
- Bottle/Food Warmer
- Bottle Brush

- Stroller
- Car Seat/Carrier
- Infant Head Support
- Diaper Bag & Travel Changing Mat
- Baby Sling

For Mummy;
- Disposable/washable breast pads
- Nursing bras
- Nipple cream
- Maternity pads
- Nipple shields
- Massage oil
- Warm socks
- Indoor slipper
- Nursing tops
- Disposable briefs
- Confine Jamu

so far, most everythings telah berjaya dibeli, cume ade small-small things ajer yang belum jumpe, maybe later la.... Sekarang ni I'm not in the mood to shopping anymore (hehehehe boleh caye ker?)

p/s : Anythings to add ker?


Without Title 1

Elooo people....

Hmmmm just don't know how to start the entry la, I've plenty stories to share but too little time to blogging, so how???? Maybe I can curi mase to blogging from home after work la but most of the time from balik office to pergi office the next morning adalah di atas katil yang empuk itu.... Seriously, I'm really malas tak larat to do most everything at home kecuali makan, mandi and tengok t.v, hehehehe..... Hubby just bought Celcom Berukband Broadband last 2 week, after a few time we went to Kedai Telekom to register Streamyx yang ramai gile orang, we've decided to use Broadband jek, so here we are.... At home, linenye ok lah but at MIL house macam tak okeh jek, hopefully at my parents house oklah, hehehehe macam takde harapan jek......

We also have mostly done bought all the lil one's things, preparation 80% done!!! Syabas Mummy and Abah.... Cume playpen cum crib jek belum pasang and ader sikit-sikit baju belum basuh and hospital bag belum ready yet, but all small matter lah, Hubby kan ader.... sighs

Now every week kena ke PCMC for checkup, basically semua ok lah, my lil one pun doing good inside mummy, sangat la activenye buat pusingan 360 darjah!!!!! Last week mase scan dapat tengok muka and Pn Doc sangat-sangat positif my lil one ni ikut muka Abahnya.... so Mummy penat-penat preggie, u ikut muka ur Abah jugak yer... ish ish ish

Lately, I'm tooooo lazy nak pergi kerja, rase macam nak tido and bermalas-malasan jek setiap masa, bestnye kalo sekarang ni kat atas katil kat rumah, bestnyerrrrrrrr....... Before deliver ni macam nak berehat puas-puas before kena torture say good bye to my good nite sleep, hehehehe......

Hmmmmm cukup la kot merepek hari ni, nanti kite sambung lagik ye... Daaaaaa


Bruce Lee - what????????

This is something special for my Hubby.... He is really into everything-about-Bruce Lee, obviously when he seems glued at the couch when watching The Legend of Bruce Lee at 8TV from 8.30 - 9.30 Mon to Fri without fail, eventho if he had something to do, I need to replace him in front of the T.V..... pity me huh

So, I think this Bruce Lee-thing will make my Hubby happy and proud of me, hehehehe *sigh* what exactly happen to me ni????? blurrrrrrr

Actor, martial arts expert. Born Lee Jun Fan, on November 27, 1940, in San Francisco, California. His father, a Hong Kong opera singer, moved with his wife and three children to the United States in 1939; his fourth child, a son, was born while he was on tour in San Francisco. Lee’s mother called him “Bruce,” which means “strong one” in Gaelic. Young Bruce appeared in his first film at the age of three months, when he served as the stand-in for an American baby in Golden Gate Girl.

In 1941, the Lees moved back to Hong Kong, then occupied by the Japanese. Apparently a natural in front of the camera, Bruce Lee appeared in roughly 20 films as a child actor, beginning in 1946. He also studied dance, once winning a cha-cha competition. As a teenager, he became a member of a Hong Kong street gang, and in 1953 began studying kung fu to sharpen his fighting skills. In 1959, after Lee got into trouble with the police for fighting, his mother sent him back to the U.S. to live with family friends outside Seattle, Washington.

Lee finished high school in Edison, Washington, and subsequently enrolled as a philosophy major at the University of Washington. He also got a job teaching the Wing Chun style of martial arts that he had learned in Hong Kong to his fellow students and others. Through his teaching, Lee met Linda Emery, whom he married in 1964. By that time, Lee had opened his own martial arts school in Seattle. He and Linda soon moved to California, where Lee opened two more schools in Los Angeles and Oakland. At his schools, Lee taught mostly a style he called Jeet Kune Do.

Lee gained a measure of celebrity with his role in the television series The Green Hornet, which aired from 1966 to 1967. In the show, which was based on a 1930s radio program, the small, wiry Lee displayed his acrobatic and theatrical fighting style as the Hornet’s loyal sidekick, Kato. He went on to make guest appearances in such TV shows as Ironside and Longstreet, while his most notable role came in the 1969 film Marlowe, starring James Garner. Confronted with the dearth of meaty roles and the prevalence of stereotypes regarding actors of Asian heritage, Lee left Los Angeles for Hong Kong in 1971, with his wife and two children (Brandon, born in 1965, and Shannon, born in 1967).

Back in the city where he had grown up, Lee signed a two-film contract. Fists of Fury (its U.S. title) was released in late 1971, featuring Lee as a vengeful fighter chasing the villains who had killed his kung-fu master. Combining his smooth Jeet Kune Do athleticism with the high-energy theatrics of his performance in The Green Hornet, Lee was the charismatic center of the film, which set new box office records in Hong Kong. Those records were broken by Lee’s next film, The Chinese Connection (1972), which, like Fists of Fury, received poor reviews from critics when they were released in the U.S.
By the end of 1972, Lee was a major movie star in Asia. He had founded his own production company, Concord Pictures, and had released his first directorial feature, Way of the Dragon. Though he had not yet gained stardom in America, he was poised on the brink with his second directorial feature and first major Hollywood project, Enter the Dragon.

On July 20, 1973, just one month before the premiere of Enter the Dragon, Bruce Lee died in Hong Kong at the age of 32. The official cause of his sudden and utterly unexpected death was a brain edema, found in an autopsy to have been caused by a strange reaction to a prescription painkiller he was reportedly taking for a back injury. Controversy surrounded Lee’s death from the beginning, as some claimed he had been murdered. He was also widely believed to have been cursed, a conclusion driven by Lee’s obsession with his own early death. (The tragedy of the so-called curse was compounded in 1993, when Brandon Lee was killed under similarly mysterious circumstances during the filming of The Crow. The 28-year-old actor was fatally shot with a gun that supposedly contained blanks but somehow had a live round lodged deep within its barrel.)

With the posthumous release of Enter the Dragon, Lee’s status as a film icon was confirmed. The film went on to gross a total of over $200 million, and Lee’s legacy created a whole new breed of action hero—a mold filled with varying degrees of success by such actors as Chuck Norris, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal, and Jackie Chan.