Do any of you need to killed a big bear today?
No chayo-chayo day again....
I am not sure what other women feel when being pregnant for the first time, but for me, two weeks before my period, I noticed some changed in my body, especially the breasts, its feel achy, tender and full but very sensitive and painful to touch and getting bigger and it's not surprising me when hubby love to see it.
I never told you about my workplace before, but since I already moved to other place, I decided to make a special post about it. SMK Telaga Pitas, that was the name of my working place, which is take almost two hours to reach from Kota Marudu, and four hours from Kota Kinabalu, is really a very big and beautiful school.
No, I am not getting married for the second time. I just want to share about my best friend's wedding, hehe. Her wedding day was on 17th April 2011, but due to my busyness, I can only make this post after sometime, hehe.
So the naughty Beanizer tagged me again. This time, I have to tell you seven things that you still do not know about me, hehe. Beanie, please do not tagged me again, haha.
Last Wednesday we was on our way to Malacca since my hubby had some work there. It was a boring journey since that wasn't the first time we went there. The hot weather also made me sleepy. Hmmm, you must be wondering now what is the connection with this post and Bugatti Veyron right
Criticism about the 16-storey commercial complex has been raging in the social network site Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Heritage-Sabah/129477990433190) for the past week and among those posting their comments was local independent heritage researcher Richard Nelson Sokial. Another group of concerned individuals have launched an online petition (http://www.petitiononline.com/sabah100/petition.html) asking the state government to stop the development and to conserve the greenery of the area into perpetuity.
Meanwhile a Kota Kinabalu resident in a letter published in a local newspaper (Sept 19), said the forested area near the Atkinson clock tower contained a series of steps linking the town area to the Kota Kinabalu observatory overlooking the city. Lamenting that these “Rainforest Steps” that had largely been ignored and unmaintained by City Hall could in fact become part of tourist trail in the city. The resident said the Rainforest Steps lead up past some superb old growth trees, including one of the most magnificent strangler figs to be seen anywhere outside a conservation area in Sabah.
Source: The Borneo Post