Chech dreamt that she met her parents, siblings, lecturers, coursemates and yours truly, simultaneously.
In her long dream, her family was staying in a house submerged under the sea. They were living a leisurely and joyful life, having fun in the sea all day long.
Later on, Zam, one of her coursemates, came to visit that house. Soon after, he was joined by other coursemates, namely Mas, Mimi, Alariece, Michelle, Sue, Tiqa, and Di. More of her coursemates arrived afterward.
From her place, they walked on the water to their alma mater. According to Chech, yours truly were there, too, with his hand on her shoulders throughout the walk. They met Dr. Abidah and Dr. Hassan, who were analyzing one paper after another. Funnily, it was a merry occasion when paper analyzing sessions were often done seriously. In the end, all of them were having a great time going through the papers they themselves wrote. It reminded her of how much she enjoyed writing.
She then walked back to her family's house under the sea. Her father arrived at the same time as she did with Hainan Fried Rice from Cozy Corner and Banana Chocolate Cake from Secret Recipe. Her mother cooked a big meal, and the family enjoyed a delicious dinner.
She woke up thinking of the tasty McDonald's Vegetable Burger both of us had for iftar.
I never thought I would be a guest blogger. My Feel-Good blog is only restricted to raves, so I now have an avenue to express my suppressed rants.Thanks, honey.
Chech will be away in INTAN Bukit Kiara for six months beginning January 2, 2006. So, whenever I can, I will update the readers here on her related happenings.
By the way, we are currently in INTAN Bukit Kiara itself, attending an iftar do. Everybody is in full Malay traditional attires, while I am in work uniform with Information Technology logos plastered all over it. Ha!
There goes my first rant. Hope the food is good :)
It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud it is not rude, it is not self-seeking,
it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.
Love does not delight in evil,
but rejoices in the truth.
Love always protects, always trusts,
always hopes, always perseveres.
Love bears all things, believes all things,
hopes all things, endures all things.
Love never ends.
LOVE NEVER FAILS.
These breathtaking words reached me on August 31, accompanied by "I love you, saying, more than you would ever know. With all my heart." Just now, as I practised some self-reflection, I remembered this message from my dearest Kamal. As I read, he spoke, sharing his ideal of love.
Sayang, for your patience in guiding me, I thank you. Your sweetness, I cherish. Your wisdom, I treasure. No, it is not my expectation for you to always be there. It is my expression of love.