Last time I wrote an entry was last Sunday. Yeap, I know some of you have been missing me. (betul kan. terharu2. hehehe.) As I've stated before, I'm having some troubles to go online now as I have to borrow my SIL's laptop and then I only can use the internet only after my princesses go to bed. So sometimes, I felt too sleepy and I decided to just go to sleep.
Tomorrow, my hubby will arrive from NZ after almost a month he was there on his own. We (my daughters and I) can't wait to see him again. Fathini has already made a special card for her papa to welcome him back. My hubby has bought for me a note pad that I can use to do my work (I'll be back to work by next week) and of course I can use it to blog actively again! Provided that I have to buy a broadband service too.
Talking about missing, just now I watched the first episode of "Imam Muda". If last week I somehow condemned Akademi Fantasia, this week, I have to applaud ASTRO for this new and excellent program. As I watched their first task of learning how to manage a muslim's body from the process of bathing , dressing until the last process at the graveyard, I can't help myself when I thought about my late mum. I always wish that I could have the chance to help managing her body after she passed away because I remembered during my late grandma and great grandma passed away, I watched every step and helped with the preparations. My late great grandma was actually among the people who was well versed in managing dead bodies and she used to teach us a little bit about what we need to know. I didn't really gave attention at that time as I was only a child.
If this Imam Muda program is going to inspire a lot of young Muslims ( for me not just for the young men but also young women), then ASTRO is doing an AMAZING JOB! KUDOS to them. Now, if only there's a specific program for young women to inspire them to be good MUSLIM too. Hmmm what I mean is something that can teach Islamic values and show the best role models. What say you?