Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Salam From Malaysia

We have safely reached Malaysia last week (Tuesday, 29 January 2013) at 6.15 pm, KLIA. Only a week has gone, tp rasanya mcm dah lamaaaaa sgt kat Msia, bcoz there's just so many things we had to do, and so little time to adapt to the changes. Even internet pun x de lagi kat rumah, so when I can, I grab the opportunity to do bnda2 yg penting dulu like check emails, internet banking etc, etc. I miss blogging. Byk nak cerita and share, but will have to wait. Mmg kerja giler, viva on the 24th, and we flew back on the 28th. But Allah Maha Kaya, maha Mengasihani, Maha Agung telah mempermudahkan segalanya buat kami, and what we've prayed for telah Dia kabulkan Alhamdulillah.


As expected, the changes in life ni byk slps balik Msia, and I think Aisyah is faced with the most challenges - the heat, the food, the mosquitoes and creepy crawlies -  you name it. It's all new and different to her, but I must report that I am massively impressed with the way she has adapted to these changes. First few days were tough, but now she has taken on the new life and wakes up at 5.45 am every morning *gasp* with a smile. Ye... 5.45 am coz the traffic is just so bad in Malaysia, in order to get to drop her off at my Mom's so that we can get to work in time (Hubs and I have lapor diri already). Never la kat UK nak keluar rumah so early kan, everywhere was within walking distance *sigh*




Changes in life are never easy. But as Lao Tzu once said, "Life is a series of natural and spontaneos changes. Don't resist them; it only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like."


So my darling daughter, the pain you feel today is the strength you feel tomorrow. Remember, for every challenge encountered there is opportunity for growth. Most importantly, we are in this together...



 

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

welcome home, noris and family!
kak ty doakan semoga segala urusan dpt diselesaikan dgn lancar. and for aisyah.. semoga dpt menghadapi cabaran menyesuaikan diri ini dgn baik... be strong ok.. :-)

kak ty

Nadiah Sidek said...

eh la...dah sampai malaysia rupanya. ingatkan ada sebulan dua lagi di UK. apa pun, welcome home! :)

Jordan said...

Must be quite an adjustment for her! Here's hoping she'll take it all in her stride and do just fine. Little kids are pretty adaptable.

mirah said...

Noris attached kat mana ya sekarang?

Nida n' Hanafi said...

Salam Oyis..

Selamat kembali ke tanah air... ye, memang tak dapat dinafikan untuk memulakan hidup di tanah air sendiri byk cabarannya setelah sekian lama bergelar perantau.. terutama anak-anak. Even anak2 k.nida pun sampai sekarang masih merindui NZ :(. Namun apapun this is the reality... Malaysia adalah tanah tumpah darah kita..

Moga keluarga Oyis sihat di Malaysia sebab anak-anak akak demam dua minggu sekembalinya ke Malaysia.

Anonymous said...

noris...welcome home..lama tak baca your blog and suddenly you are back!!!! good to know that you have passed your viva..congrats!!!

btw, nak contact no...I am at bangi tau!!!

rita

mast@work said...

welcome home oyis!

lama x singgah sini.. tup2 dah habis dah semua.. anyway, congratulation! dah habis dah.. pjg umur boleh la jumpa nanti kat mesia ek

Amira Fairul said...

weehee!!

Aisyah is in town. Welcome to new challenges here.. ;)

CeqGu said...

kak anis baca entry ni sambil tersenyum :).....selamat kembali ke tanah air...so dah duduk bangi la sekarang ni?err yer ker rumah noris kat bangi...lupa sudah

Min Aina Ila Aina said...

Alhamdulillah..dan tahniah! Saya pulak yang rasa sayu menjiwai Aisyah. Apepun...mcm tu la bila berhijrah.

DrTrigo said...

Bila nak update blog you ni Oyis, ceritalah sikit pengalaman viva you tu.It might help others out there.

Ummi Salsabila said...

Salam ziarah..welcome home tou u and family. :)

Hazrina Nasir said...

Dah lama xjengah sini. Kak Oyis dah balik for good ye. All best wishes starting new chapter of life in Msia. Happy adapting :)

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Welcome Home!

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