Apparently, she showed up an hour later. I didn't mind waiting because I got to feast my eyes on those foreigners. All delicious looking. *Smugging* Adek showed up looking pretty much the same. Yeah, because we were skype-ing each other now and then, so I didn't see much of a differences in her. Although she did looked a bit different with those braces. Yep, definitely different. She did looked a lil skinny though. Our reunion with her was somewhat unemotional. Yelah, setiap hari dok skype-ing and yahoo-ing je so xde perasaan yang beria-ia sangat. But I was excited.
As always, one goes on a trip, one bring back home goodies. She certainly did. She bought us goodies which you can wear, eat and so on. She bought me these two beautiful jubahs which was neat except the size didn't fit me well the fact that the Arabians are bigger in size. I had to alter it to fit my skinny figure which sometimes can be a challenge. Who says skinny people doesn't have problem with fitting? I obviously have that problem.
Anyway, my sister bought these chocolates which looks like rocks. You know, rocks. The ones you get in the aquarium. Those colorful little rocks. The chocolates looked exactly like them. No kidding. It's really chocolates and delicious too. I brought them to work. My colleagues seems to be astonished and amazed (jakun OK). They were playing with them too. Haha.
Adek bought a lot actually. Not just for my fam, but also for our cousins. The special ones got special things but the not-so-special was not to be left behind. So Adek bought them key-chains which they had their names on them. I got one too, except mine was cool. It too has my named written on it. It was written on spaghetti which means it was small in size. Syazwani Alone what was written on the spaghetti. Adek didn't realized that Alone when she got home. She told the Arabian guy to spell Along, but instead ended up with Alone. OK OK. I know that I am alone, dateless and all, but does it have to be spelled out to tell them that I'm alone? Hahaha. Funny Arab.
Unpacking suitcases can be one exciting and a suspensions moments. It's like opening up a treasure chest that unlocks to precious treasures. In this case, a jubah, chocolates rocks and Syazwani Alone. Still,
P.S Yesterday, Atul called me Wanu. Wanu??? Hahaha. Typo OK.