Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Apa masalahnyer?

Lately ni selalu plak pening... Kadang-kadang rasa loya tak bertempat... Aku mengandung lagi ker? Mmm... Biarla dulu... Check lewat2 la skit... Malas sb selalu tak de pon... Saje buat suspension... Yela kalau nak kira period cycle mmg hampeh. Tak tetap langsung, since I deliver my first child. Kadang sampai 3 bulan tak dtg jadi tak peliklah....

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What is introvert or retroverted uterus?

Here some info i would like to share with. I was informed during my second pregnancy last time, Ihave an introvert uterus or bahasa pasar "rahim terbalik". Then the doctor said and that is why you keep having back pain during your period and during pregnancy. mmm... that's explains a lot for my discomfort for these past years. During my first pregnancy the doctor didn't notice, I think this is due to the uterus have move foward coz of baby, since I start seeing the doctor after my pregnancy was 5 month. But the second pregnancy I have start seeing doctor since pregnancy a few weeks. there at that time she spot it. but that pregnancy were not permenant. I've miscariage last July at about 3 month pregnancy. here are some information regarding our uterus.....

A retroverted uterus is the name given to a uterus that is tilted backwards inside of the pelvis. Normally, women are born with a uterus that is located in a straight up and down position inside of the pelvis, or with a uterus that tips slightly forwards, towards the stomach. However, some women have a uterus that tilts backwards, pointing towards the spine. Commonly referred to as a tipped uterus, this condition affects more than 20% of women worldwide. Generally associated with no health complications, a retroverted uterus can occasionally cause painful symptoms or signal an underlying health disorder.

What Causes a Retroverted Uterus?

In the vast majority of women with retroverted uteruses, causes are completely genetic. Many women are simply born with a uterus that is tipped in this position, and this is entirely normal. However, certain factors can cause a uterus that is in a normal placement to become retroverted. These causes include:

Pregnancy: During pregnancy, the uterus becomes enlarged and the ligaments that hold the uterus in place become weakened. As a result, many women find that their uterus becomes retroverted after they have delivered their babies.

Menopause: During menopause, estrogen levels drop rapidly in women. As with pregnancy, this can cause the ligaments that hold the uterus in place to weaken, allowing it to slip into a retroverted position.

Reproductive Health Problems: Certain reproductive health issues, including pelvic inflammatory disease and endometriosis can cause the uterus to tilt backwards. This is because these illnesses can lead to scar tissue formation on the inside of the abdomen, forcing the uterus out of position.

What are the Symptoms of a Retroverted Uterus?

Generally, the majority of women suffering from a retroverted uterus experience no symptoms. However, if symptoms do present, the two most commonly-occurring symptoms include:

  • pain during sexual intercourse, particularly vaginal intercourse (dyspareunia)
  • pain during menstruation (dysmenorrhea)

This pain and discomfort is the result of pressure that the retroverted uterus places on the rectum and the ligaments around the tailbone.

Rare symptoms associated with a retroverted uterus include:

  • lower back pain
  • increased number of urinary tract infections
  • incontinence
  • pain while using tampons
  • fertility difficulties
  • Diagnosing a Retroverted Uterus

If you are experiencing symptoms of a retroverted uterus, you may want to make an appointment with your health care provider for an examination. By performing a few simple tests, your health care provider can easily diagnose the condition. Diagnosis usually consists of:

  • a pelvic exam
  • an abdominal ultrasound

Occasionally, it is difficult to differentiate a retroverted uterus from a pelvic tumor. In this case, your health care provider may have to perform a rectovaginal exam.

Are There Any Health Complications Associated with a Retroverted Uterus?

Few women with retroverted uteruses experience health complications as a result of their condition. However, sometimes a retroverted uterus can be a warning sign of another underlying reproductive issue, including pelvic inflammatory disease or endometriosis. Be sure to contact your health care provider if you are experiencing:
  • severe abdominal or pelvic pain
  • irregular menstrual periods
  • irregular ovulation or infertility
If left untreated, these conditions can have dangerous effects on your reproductive organs and overall health.

Will A Retroverted Uterus Affect Fertility?

Many women who have a retroverted uterus worry that it will affect their future fertility. However, this condition does not appear to affect conception in any way, and most women with retroverted uteruses will go on to experience healthy pregnancies. If you are experiencing difficultiesgetting pregnant, it could be a sign of an underlying reproductive problem. Be sure to contact your health care provider for assistance.

Treatment for A Retroverted Uterus

If your retroverted uterus is causing you a lot of pain or discomfort, you may want to consider treatment for the condition. Treatment options include:

Exercises: Women can perform knee-to-chest exercise in order to encourage the uterus to slip back into its proper place. Unfortunately, this tends to be a temporary solution for the problem.

Pessaries: A pessary is a plastic device that is worn inside of the vagina. It helps to support the uterus in the proper position. However, these devices can only be worn in the short term because of the risk for developing a vaginal infection.

Surgery: Surgery for a retroverted uterus is available. Known as the UPLIFT procedure, this procedure works to reposition the uterus by cutting and shortening the ligaments that support it. UPLIFT is alaparoscopic surgery that is performed with the aid of a small camera.

Can a tipped uterus prevent pregnancy?

Typically a tipped uterus is only thought to be the cause of infertility after all other possible reasons for fertility problems have been ruled out. Your doctor might recommend a uterine suspension or UPLIFT procedure if there is no other explanation for your fertility problems. However, this is not common.

How can a tipped uterus affect my pregnancy?

Usually between the 10th -12th week of pregnancy, your uterus will no longer be tipped or "backwards." This should cause no difficulty for the pregnancy or for labor and birth. If the uterus does not move into a "middle" position, miscarriage can occur, but this is very rare.

Will it affect my pregnancy?

A retroverted or tipped uterus is just another normal variation in the position of a woman's uterus. About 20% of women have a uterus that is naturally retroverted. That is, leaning backwards towards the spine, rather than forwards to rest above the bladder (called anteverted). You may have been told you have a retroverted uterus by a caregiver during an internal examination, or after having a pap test. The uterus is a mobile organ suspended by ligaments and can move from being at the front to the back or visa versa.

Image shows the uterus in an anteverted position.

Image shows the uterus in a retroverted position.

Occasionally a retroverted uterus may be caused because it is held down in this position by scar tissue after an infection or because of endometriosis. This may cause a woman to have pain with sex or more painful periods and sometimes fertility problems. These conditions need to be investigated by a gynaecologist.

Will it affect my pregnancy?

A retroverted uterus generally does not affect a woman's pregnancy. After about 12 weeks of pregnancy the uterus grows with the unborn baby, up and out of the pelvis like any other pregnancy. From this point on it sits in exactly the same position as a uterus that started off being anteverted (leaning forward).

In extremely rare cases, it has been known for the growing uterus to be inhibited from growing out of the woman's pelvis by her normally protruding lower spine (or sacrum). The medical term for this is an incarcerated uterus. If this happens, the woman may start complaining of some pain and being unable to pass urine, usually at about 12 to 14 weeks of pregnancy. The caregiver may recommend being admitted to hospital and having a catheter passed into the bladder (to allow the urine to escape), as well as doing some pelvic rocking on your hands and knees to help release the uterus from the pelvis. These treatments are usually effective within hours or perhaps a few days.

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Friday, October 08, 2010

Saturday, October 02, 2010

Kenduri kendara

Hhhmmm... Todays event went ok although there few things can be improve for next time. I'm lost in searching for masjid in subang jaya near subang parade... Hahaha tula orang jarang merewang... Jalan pun tak tau... Dah jalan baru plak. I've wasted about an hour searching for the right road. Since and maybe because of that, better of or we should have gathered at USJ 8 mosque instead (depan balai polis USJ 8), it is nearer, more convenient for people with small children (like me) and NO TRAFIC JAM. "because we got lost" we arrive early and good thing is we could gathered other family member that had arrived earlier, while waiting for the rest of rombongan. Pengantin lewat berarak since the rest of rombongan still haven't arrived. After all had arrived, the arakan and kompang di palu... Mmm... Balqis seronok... That is her first time see and hear kompang. She was so excited and goyang badan while pointing and telling me, " Mama, nyanyi!". At the front of dewan door, "aekum", said balqis. (assalamualaikum = aekum). This little one was so excited sampai tak nak makan. Haiii... Anak Mama nie... Dah la badan dok berbahang mcm nak demam dari semalam. We thought of she was exhousted and tired coz of less sleep and rest, this is due to no day nap and about full day travelling. Hopefully tomorrow she will recover by herself after good rest and sleep. Kaki nie pun da lenguh and sakit sb banyak sangat jalan... Sb try to be unofficial photographer. Mmm.. Tak der pun gambar ngan pengantin... Nanti nak Mintak la gambar tu semua, nak wat kenangan. "ingat tau mintak sekali kad jemputan 2 keping". Hehehe.... Overall event went smooth except for bunga telur (hand gift) lupa diedarkan kepada tetamu (ahli keluarga). Sepanjang event after makan beradap, balqis sibuk main bunga tabur-tabur. Excited ramai sangat budak-budak. And now sleeping soundly exhousted. Tahniah to all for the great event! Nana you look gorgeouse! Hahaha... Kembang la tu... ;)

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Congratzz to my brother coz has finally got married. Alhamdullilah everything gone smooth n today will be another event at bride side. Next week will be another kenduri at kota bharu, kelantan. Picture will be upload later after all event. Sorry la semalam kelamkabut lupa bawak videocam... Sampai tak sempat nak makan pun... Kelaparan semalam sampai malam baru makan.. tapi balqis dah tido kepenatan ... Tak makan pun... cian anak Mama :(

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Monday, September 13, 2010

Raya 2010

Tahun nie, raya kat Kedah... Tapi rasa cam tak raya sb tak pergi beraya pun... Dah la balik kampung pada pagi raya sb kerja 1 day before. Mak pulak tak sihat... Kaki bengkak lagi & demam + muntah... Makan minum pun tak lalu... Dah la aku sekeluarga aku ni tengah sibuk nak pindah barang sb tuan rumah dah sibuk nak jual rumah... Esok da nak balik kl sambung mengemas kat sana plak... Hari Khamis nie lori datang nak mengangkut dah.... Tahun 2008 aku tak beraya... Sb pregnant, aku tak leh travel jauh bleeding. Tahun 2009 raya best! Sb raya kedua-dua belah, raya kat KB & kedah. Mmm.. Entah macam mana la raya tahun depan plak... Hopefully ada rezeki lebih & boleh raya. ;)

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Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Hari Raya dah makin hampir...

Serius tak der mood nak kerja dah… raya dah dekat tapi kene kerja… pastu ada pulak orang bangang suruh standby perpindahan pada petang kamis nie (09.09.10)… tak reti-reti ker hari tu kan setiap tahun orang half day balik raya… sapela nak kerja lagi dah time-time tu… semua dah nak balik raya la…. Entahla.. menyampah dah… makin hari makin menyampah… blah jer la… arrgghh…. Apa la nak jadi dengan office aku nie… lantak lah.. Ade aku kesah…?

Sorrylah banyak pulak luahan hati tak puas hati… J

mmm… sekarang memang aku dah tak der mood nak kerja… RAYA MOOD dah!!! Biskut raya sebijik pun tak beli.. sb kurang bajet tahun nie… baju raya sorang sepasang mama & balqis jer.. ayah tak nak sb tak der bajet cian ayah.. kain dah beli tapi tak jahit… L teruk betul rasa tahun nie raya.. tapi SYUKURLAH aku masih tidak seteruk orang lain yang langsung tak der apa-apa… sob..sob.. tak der ker orang bagi aku hadiah ker hamper kuih raya… sb aku dah tak der kuih @ biskut raya tahun nie…? Tak der pun tak per lah… aku paw mak mertua aku punyer kuih & biskut raya lah… hahahaha.. teruk betul dapat menantu cam aku nie… dah la tak reti masak… paw pulak.. J Aku amat bertuah dapat keluarga mertua yang sangat baik hati dan seorang suami yang penyayang.. aku rasa la… bagi aku la… kalo orang lain aku tak tau plak.. J aku cakap macam tu sb husband I nie sentiasa tolong kat dapur… J tahun nie banyak sangat la benda yang terjadi… hope everything will be better.. insyaallah.

Itu sahaja coretan pada hari ini… J

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Monday, September 06, 2010

What Balqis has achieve till today...

Since 20 month:

1. Can relate different word with same meaning.
Eg: mama=farah, ayah=baba=papa=abah, pakcik=adik, makteh=kakak, tok=mak, balqis=batrisya=tisya=balqis batrisya=qis

2. Start to explore new alternative doing thing.
Eg: nak ambil barang jatuh bawah meja & capai dengan tangan tak sampai, she will take other things untuk capai benda tu or nak ambil benda on high cabinet or table, she will take anything such as cushions, small chair or box for her to climb up.

3. She can play masak-masak & pondok-pondok with her teddy bears with set periuk I just bought.

4. She can partly dress herself - try pakai stokin, kasut, seluar & baju by herself.

so far as I remember that's all. nanti kalau teringat lagi... I'll update again.

Friday, September 03, 2010

raya is coming again....

Disini saya ingin mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya to all my friends & family around the world... old friends yang masih mengingati saya... SKMT; St. Anne's Convent, Kulim; MRSM, Beseri; bebudak KAED; UIA; staf EadieVoon Architect; staf KAZ Akitek; staf Latitude Design / Modern Kitchen & staf SME Bank.... dan tidak lupa kengkawan yang lain. Maaf tahun nie tak sempat nak menghantar kad raya bagai sb sibuk memanjang kerja... kerja-kerja-kerja... hujung minggu pun kerja... office pun tahun nie tak provide kad macam tahun-tahun lepas.. jadi kita bagi e-card jer lah... :) Selamat menyambut Aidilfitri ... sesape yang balik kampung tu bawa lah kete elok-elok, budak-budak jangan main mercun... sila observe yer ibu bapa sekalian.... Moga semua berbahagia di hari yang mulia ini.

Thursday, August 26, 2010


Lately nie memang selalu teringin nak baby lagi…. Seronok bila tengok Balqis seronok tengok baby and even baby picture… she will be very excited and telling me in her own language yang kadang2 boleh faham but bila banyak sangat dia nak cerita I can’t catch anything.. hehehehe… but I know she really love and excited about babies. Everyday when I fetch her from her nanny’s house she will tell stories about newborn baby (the nanny’s daughter’s child – tengah berpantang kat situ). She will tell me everything what that baby was doing… baby tido, baby mandi, baby yak (poop), baby tutu (minum susu) and so on… mmm… hopefully I’ll be conceive again soon. J

I’ve been surfing the website for checklist… banyak lah pulak dah sekarang… dah macam-macam website ada check list… good and helpful for new mothers. Here are some website that I think is good to share with.






Mmmm… for me I had to replace few old things like clothing, binder, milk bottle and another few more things… lain-lain bole pakai balqis punyer.. tapi nak kene balqis punyer la pulak sb dah besarkan… contoh car seat… J

Hand, foot, and mouth disease

Last month, Balqis was infected with HFMD viral from her nanny’s house. Not sure the virus came from either from one of the children or the neighbors infected children. But the virus spread so fast. First I had notice was red rashes, itchy (she was complaining “atai” (gatal) appear at buttocks area (19th July 2010). Then the next day (20th July 2010), she’s crying while pooping. In my mind, thinking… “tak kan nanny nie tak perasan anak aku berak dan tak tukar lampin anak aku sampai merah-merah…, tak kan tak sempat nak tukar sb ada budak demam. Abis nak biar anak aku plak sakit?” Pelik jugak… Next day (21st July 2010), one of the boys had high fever and muntah-muntah with rashes all over body. Her mom called me and informed her child could be infected by HFMD and she was on the way to see pediatrician. If it was confirmed she will ring me and I had to take Balqis home for precaution. Takut berjangkit… Then I had my phone ring, and to my worries… it was confirmed and that boy should be warded coz of dehydration. I took time-off since it’s already 5.00pm. Rush to nanny’s house hopping Balqis still not infected. When I arrive and see Balqis… I knew I was too late to protected her from infected, because of red blister rash had appear around her mouth and hands. Well at least I knew early before it gets worse. I quickly went back home and bring her to see doctor for medication and some advice to take care of her. Instead of the advice from doctor, I also search the internet for supporting info. I have gone trough few websites:





The virus infection was spread fast. That day all the children there, was infected by HFMD. From this day (22nd July 2010) onwards I was on EL (emergency leave) for 5 days. During those days, I tried my best to make sure her fever doesn’t hike up, she drinks a lot of water to her body, feeds her with all sot of cold foods, such as barli, halwa kundur, lai chee kang and more, making sure she eats although her mouth and throat are full with ulcers (cian anak aku). What I did to help her fight this virus was, sapu all over her body with calamine lotion to ease itchiness, sapu her mouth with ubat kebas mulut tu to make sure she can eat & has enough energy by making sure she can eat and play with her in make sure she eats, drinks, energetic and controlled her temperature. The other are depends to her body to fight the virus back.

Here I attached an article from as information and guidance for all.

What is hand, foot, and mouth disease?

Hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) is a fairly common viral illness in children. (HFMD is not the same as foot-and-mouth disease, also called hoof-and-mouth disease, which affects animals.)

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HFMD most often occurs in preschoolers, although adults and children of any age can get it. Most adults have developed antibodies against it from previous exposure. HFMD most often shows up in the summer and fall.

HFMD can be caused by any of a number of viruses, most commonly the coxsackie virus. Although in very rare cases HFMD can lead to viral meningitis or encephalitis (inflammation of the brain), children usually recover just fine, without treatment, in a week to ten days.

What are the symptoms?

If your baby contracts HFMD, he'll first have a mild fever. You may notice that his appetite isn't what it usually is. He may also have a sore throat and feel lousy in general.

A day or two after the fever starts, your baby will develop painful sores in his mouth — on his tongue, gums, or the inside of his cheeks. This will likely make him irritable.

Your child may also develop a rash on the palms of his hands, the soles of his feet, and maybe his buttocks. The rash, which isn't itchy, starts out as small, flat, red dots that may turn into bumps or blisters.

Is HFMD contagious?

Yes, the virus can be transmitted through nose and throat secretions, the fluid in the blisters, or stool. While your baby will be most contagious during the week he first shows symptoms, the virus can be transmitted for weeks afterward.

If your baby usually goes to daycare, check with the staff about the attendance policy. They may want you to keep your child home until his symptoms are gone or even longer.

Should I call the doctor?

Yes. Although your baby's doctor won't be able to do much, she can make recommendations for fever and pain relief. And if you're not sure that HFMD is what you're dealing with, the doctor can confirm it by taking a look.

If your baby is under 3 months and his rectal temperature reaches 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher, call the doctor immediately. (A baby this young with a fever needs to be watched carefully.)

If your baby is at least 3 months old, talk with his doctor about when she'd like you to call. She may suggest that you call if your baby's temperature reaches 101 degrees F or higher, or, once he's 6 months old, when his fever reaches 103 degrees F.

One thing your doctor will be watching for is dehydration, because the mouth sores may make it difficult for your baby to drink anything. If your baby shows any signs of dehydration — such as a dry, parched mouth or going six hours or more without wetting his diaper — call his doctor immediately.

How should I care for my baby while he's sick with HFMD?

If your baby has a relatively mild case of this illness, you won't have to do much beyond watching his temperature and making sure he's taking in enough liquids and food. If your baby gets a bad case of HFMD, though, he can be really miserable. Be prepared to do plenty of soothing in addition to pushing the liquids.

If your baby is eating solid foods, avoid giving him anything salty, spicy, or acidic while his mouth hurts. Soft foods will be easiest for him to handle, too.

Cold drinks, ice cream, and ice pops may ease the pain, as will the proper dose of acetaminophen or ibuprofen, if your doctor okays it. (Never give a child aspirin. It can lead to Reye's syndrome, a rare but potentially fatal disorder.)

One way to temporarily ease the pain is to dip a cotton swab in a one-to-one mixture of a liquid antacid (such as Maalox or Mylanta) and liquid children's antihistamine (such as Benadryl), and gently coat the inside of your baby's mouth with the solution. The combination of these two over-the-counter medicines will coat and soothe the sores. In severe cases, your doctor may recommend adding a prescription medicine to the mix.

Can my baby get HFMD more than once? How can I prevent it?

Your baby can come down with HFMD again. As with colds, your child will develop immunity to the specific virus that made him sick, but there are many viral strains that can cause the illness.

Take precautions such as washing your baby's hands regularly, washing and disinfecting toys and other objects that might have germs on them, and trying to avoid infected children. Still, it's impossible to guarantee that your child won't catch the illness if he's exposed to an infected person.

What if I'm pregnant when my child comes down with the illness? Is the baby I'm carrying at risk?

If you're exposed to HFMD when you're pregnant, the chance that your fetus will be affected is very small, but you should mention it to your ob-gyn. Wash your hands frequently after changing diapers or tending to your sick child's needs. You might also want to consider wearing gloves to keep your risk to a minimum.

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Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Unwanted visitor...

Since last two weeks I've been receiving calls and SMS from house agent to set appointment for new potential house buyer. But since here at this condo we always heard and read news on notice board posting bad news of house break. Although it has been fully equips with CCTV, alarm and guards. We didn't want the appointment or meeting done before we had transferred all our belonging back to kampung. We had given dates to confirm that is after raya. But some how the agent seems to be very hush and ignoring our needs. Everyday he will call 4-5 kali and I usually doesn't pick up his call since I'm damn busy in the office with meetings and discussions, since last two weeks coz of new restructuring exercise here in SME Bank. Almost everyday I have to be in the office untill 9.00 to 10.00 pm with balqis (since nobody will take care of her at that time). I'm feeling tired and frust with this guy keep chasing me, dah la tension with the office work yang nak all SEGERA and in rush with arahan yang tak tetap dan berubah-ubah. I have to handle about 4 renovation at a time and to conduct staff transfer and penempatan which includes dealing with wireman, workstation and office equipment supplier, movers, technicians and more at a time. Da** I can't do by myself I need help!

And today I am sick at home with balqis. Tadi malam, while we are all in bed getting to sleep. Somebody ring our door bell berkali-kali macam orang giler. Stupid! Orang nak tido la! We didn't open the door since we don't know who's at the door. If it is somebody we know they should have ring us a call. Nowdays it is scary, some strangers can just ambush your home and samun or rompak with geng. Takut tau baca berita macam-macam kat newspaper.

Dalam hati, "tuan rumah nie tak sabar2 nak halau orang dari rumah. Tak leh ker negotiate elok2... Orang pun takut la... Kalau buat polis report apa jadi ek? Saya salah ker? Bukan ker kira langgar privacy orang dah tu, walaupun memang rumah dia? Am I wrong? What are your opinion? Anybody?

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DSLR camera...

I use to have SLR camera before used during my study as an architecture student in UIA... was bought in 1998, using my savings since child.. cost me about RM1500. I bought CANON EOS 500N in Bintang Maju fotoshop at Central Market (CM). At that time photography is costly and "only for people with money", but then I'm willing to sacrifice my saving only for my hobby or "minat". Really fall in love with photography since childhood, reading photography books and adore their works. My experience using camera starts after my mom bought me a small camera from mecca during their haj (1992). Then, film cost about RM7-12 for 36 exposure of 100 i'm not sure what... :) but usually i bought 36 exposure of 400 coz it can cater both dark and bright environment, which will cost about RM14-16 per roll of film.

I was wondering around for years since digital SLR in the market but not single one make me fall in love... until about few years back... Falling in love with CANON 7D. Although my film SLR still in good condition but the running cost today is very expensive... film now days very hard to find and if you want to view your picture you have to process it, processing fee is about RM5 and photo printing for 4R is 60-80 cent per piece, back then you can only get it at 30-35 cent per piece...

I'm quite fussy on buying things... Not only the specification i'm looing for but the looks, the overall composition, weight, price and what it can give me... I'm looking for camera that can capture in speed, fast.. bole tangkap banyak kali dengan cepat... their waiting time paling sikit... and can do most of my last SLR camera can do.. but still this 7D has few thing it can't do compared to my film SLR... but it is minimal... I'm thinking of both NIKON or CANON?

Apa pendapat kawan-kawan? Which is better? or thei's other i don't know about.... SONY, PANASONIC, SAMSUNG, etc.

Monday, July 26, 2010


I'm thinking of buying special birthday cake for balqis birthday this year, since I'm no good at baking cakes.

I was thinking to made special request on the cake design, but I can't made my mind. First of all the flavor of the cake should be fruits or strawberry.

Balqis loves Teddy bear so do cats and colors... Which one should I choose or can I combine all those? How will the cake look like? Is it ok? Or caca-merba? Well I think I should leave it to the expert since I'm not. Here some picture of cakes I've surf trough the web for some ideas.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

My dream...

How I wish I could have my own shop. I wish to have own art & photo shop which comprise of my handmade craft and art work & collection of my photo or gallery of my photo. Really wish to become one of the great children portrait photographer. For me that is the most challenging part of all as a photographer. To capture moment and portrait of children. There are many photographer in the overseas, but here in Malaysia so far not as I expected, although there are few kira good photographer like Saiful Nang and his wife, others I'm not really sure. Here are some example I pick from few web of photographer around the world that I love and making me wanted to be and to try to take pictures or learn. :)