Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Borneo Pants

A lot has happened the past weeks and good news keep on coming to me. Two words, ALHAMDULILLAH AND SYUKOR!
:-)

I haven't spent so much time updating my blog because my laptop broke again. I just bought the freaking new charger but still broke. I really have no money to buy a new one. I haven't save all of my property especially my wedding photo. Can I just cry? Well, that's one of the bad news since my last post.

Move on...

If you are following me on Instagram,I have my own page "Borneo Pants". It comes out of nowhere. I think it's cool though. I'm from Borneo. Well, at least it makes sense right? It started from the day I saw ikat pants from different people in Instagram selling it fast and not to mention a little bit expensive for me. Maybe it's affordable for some lucky people. It's not that the price though, I don't find the pattern that makes me go Olalala (crazy). There's something incomplete. 

Then I've got an idea. Let's make my own pants. I knew one tailor that just graduated! My sister in law (SIL). She is jobless graduate for now and why not, I can help her with make some cash or for both of us. Then, there comes #borneopants.

It's so crazy my dear friends are supporting us in any way. #Borneopants just make her way to KL last week, Perak and Johor this week and not to mention she is going to Brisbane, Aussie soon! I'm so overwhelmed. Thank you so much guys!


What are you waiting for? Do follow #Borneopants in Instagram #borneopants for more details!

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Batik





 

Black is one of my must have item now. It's not my favourite colour but I'm starting to like black. It's classy, modest and safe. I still love bright and colourful clothes. I'm still adjusting to black as my new colour. I love it! This Batik top from Casadhiya which you can search on Instagram, is one of my latest item that I have purchased few weeks back. It was on sale. It's rare, which I haven't see it in other website or Instagram page. You can just hit the follow button and stay tune with Casadhiya for more exciting items! 

and oh not to forget,



Here's Adam playing with the coconut. 

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Explore











It's already March and I haven't write a new post for the past two weeks. I don't know where have I been to or what did I do? I just don't know.

So, let's scroll back to two weeks ago. It was Saturday day out again. It was so unplanned (again). I wanted to meet up with my girlfriends last time before the semester breaks over. I wouldn't mind it was just three of us. Yes, as usual just Amy ( my loyal partner) and Naz ( my favourite gossiper ) and don't even ask Lina. 
We went to Haza Cafe for late lunch. I wasn't so sure where was it at first but then I googled it. Not to mention, I asked my second google Nia. She knows every good place and good food in Kuching! Highly recommend if she is an apps. You can just ask her directly, she's nice. She won't bite. 

The cafe is a little small. There's only four tables. Four freaking table. The waiter was creepy. A little bit. That's our secret! No, I won't tell why. The food was good. It's a western. But, there's a BUT it took a little time or maybe I was just too hungry. Almost 30 minutes. On the good sides, the place is nice. Just nice and simple.

Then we wanted to be a tourist for a day. We went to Amphitheatre at first.  I love greenery places There's something between grass and me. I just love to take picture with them! 

Next, Amy wanted to eat Kantong. I told her it's really don't taste good as it looks. It's just bunch of ice and syrup. There's one lace called Baba amd Nyonya Delicacies at Carpenter St I wanted to go, but it was closed! Maybe another time. We went to Black Bean Coffee instead. The coffee was GREAT! I'm not coffee addict but I just love them! Especially my nenek's. The Americano coffee taste just like my nenek's. I drink it every morning. The place is a must try if you want to try. It's good. 

It's picture time! We took pictures at the red wall ( Chinese temple), grass wall, Textile museum stairs. Oh it was in my bucket list of I-must-take-picture-here! Alhamdulillah, I did it!

Here's to more to explore my hometown, Kuching Sarawak!

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Unplanned Saturday

This is so called unplanned Saturday for me. I usually pick out any outfits (bonus if my sister is in town, means more clothes) and decide where to go. I love unplanned stuff because it will give you the best result!

I dropped by at my hubby's grandmother's house for makan hol. It sucks because it's raining that day. I was "okay we should go back after this and sleep." But Alhamdulillah it's sunny next thing I know, we brought Adam to the Fish Museum. It is always Adam's favourite place to go. He loves goldfish (every fish are goldfish to him), tortoise, huge playground and waterfall.

It almost 6 pm I asked hubby to take a photo of me. The last time I was there having a photoshoot with my girls was half a year ago. It was pretty long ago right? Instead of one I asked him to take more and more. So the result you may ask? I LOVE IT :)









So, in my opinion don't plan things, let it be! 

Place : Museum Sarawak

Friday, February 14, 2014

Hi February!

February has been very lovely from the start. My whole family were here in Kuching Sarawak for my uncle's wedding! Everyone loves wedding! Oh well, what's a wedding without family drama. Lol. Let's skip that part and now let's roll some picture during that day.







1) DIY pelamin. YES, DIY.

2) Flower girls ( flower crowns made by yours truly :-) )

3) Post-wedding photo. Lol Hubby and i :-)

4) The groom and the bride.

5) Ohana.

Alhamdulillah. Everything went well and smooth. I miss during a week before the wedding on our side. We spend everyday doing chores, karaoke-ing ( karaoke-ing was fun) and yes, hell lot of drama. We did everything from the bunga telur, the pelamin,flower crown (ehem ehem), cooking, cleaning, wash the dishes and not to forget photos was taken by Mr Hubby ;)

Tired as hell but it was worth it.