Saturday 26 December 2015

May the weather remains nice

Spent most of yesterday sleeping.

It's nice to laze around once in a while.

The weather was nice.

I took this picture from under a bunch of bamboo trees in the afternoon,

It's however now raining from time to time since late evening.

I don't like rain, especially at night.

Hopefully it will not worsen.

I remember that the rain got very heavy after Christmas last year.

It led to a major flood.

Back then, I did my bits to help around.

In flooded area and pondering how to make things better

The situation was quite bad.

Tens of thousands were evacuated and so many roads including the East Coast Highway were cut off by the flood.

PM DS Najib Razak came under severe attack at that time because he was in Hawaii playing golf with US president Obama.

That was before the Umno civil war a few months later.

I was defending him, causing many to be angry with me.

But I always try to do what I think is right.

I don't believe Najib should be savaged like that back then as no one really expected the flood to get that bad.

What ever it is, my intention has never been to be popular.

During the civil war, I thought being neutral was the right thing to do.

Taking side will only worsen the whole thing.

That's how I see it.

Of course I got whacked by both sides.

But it's okay.

That's part of what I have to put up with as a blogger.

Anyway, I'm now somewhere in the east coast.

On my way here on Wednesday,  I came across a convoy of four-wheel-drive vehicles carrying boats and equipment, likely for flood relief operation.

They were from the Civil Defence Department.

I guess they were making the necessary preparations in case there will be another major flood.

Good of the authorities to be more ready this time.

Nonetheless, I still hope the weather will be kind and we don't have to go through another disaster like last year.

Riding back to KL on Sunday.

Wish I don't have to.

It's so nice here.

Very peaceful.

But I have to earn a living and that's in KL.

Okay, I'm going back to sleep.



  1. You "have to earn a living". Bit of a change after living of your Chinese bf eh?

  2. Annie is a good writer.

    Why would she need to live off her Chinese bf?

    Also, her blog's traffic is quite high. If she cares to monetise it, eg having ads etc, that will be an additional source of income.


  3. We in-sya-Allah respect all taking sides, adinda Ms Annie
    and what, the truth hurts kan?

    We follow with enjoyment and great anticipation for GE-14 and thankfully we can look forward for an earlier benchmark in the 12th Sarawak elections.

    Haji M Zin
    Alor Gajah DPH

  4. Better get home ma'am back to your center