We initially wanted to get the wooden cot from IKEA but since we will be travelling to Port Dickson, we also wanted something that was portable. The trouble we found in regards to the wooden cot was that once we no longer needed it, it will take up too much storage space hence not very ideal. After a lot of discussion, we decided to get a cot which could store (…) Read more
We recently visited the Islamic Arts Museum. A beautiful place that all of you should go. You can view the online album at this link.
We spent the last week sorting out our books and getting rid of the small shelves. Zeenee got three large Billy bookshelves from IKEA as well as a beautiful white chest of drawers to keep the baby’s clothes. We also got rid of the old bed divan and replaced it with a king size bedframe from IKEA as well. The next thing we are looking at is a suitable cot (…) Read more
We had a lovely dinner at Ms.Reads (Bangsar Village) for Valentines Day this year. Here’s a short video I took:
Zee, Ranima and I dropped by the St. Mary’s Cathedral in Kuala Lumpur recently. The original St. Mary’s Church was consecrated by the Right Revd George Frederick Hose, the Bishop of Singapore, Labuan & Sarawak, on February 13, 1887. The original church was built of timber on Bluff Road, on top of a hill now known as Bukit Aman, where the headquarters of the Royal Malaysian Police is now located. (…) Read more
Zee and I listen to Mix FM on the way to work each morning mainly trying to solve their interesting puzzles in a session they call “Brain Freeze”. Tried calling in for the zillionth time yesterday (thanks to strong motivation from Zeenee), finally got through and won! The prize? Two dining vouchers. Where? Langkawi!!! Flight tickets and hotel was not provided though. You can listen to the clip here:
Just completed two books from R K Narayan: Swami and Friends Swami and Friends is the story of ten-year old Swaminathan, a boy full of innocence, wonder, and mischief, and his experiences growing up in the fictional town of Malgudi. He is a student at the British-established Albert Mission School, which stresses Christianity, English literature, and the value of education. Life changes dramatically for young Swami when Rajam – a (…) Read more