A beautiful life behind the lense

By: Azrina Shahrul

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Tuesday, 14-Apr-2009 00:23 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Giggly Qhalish

funny pose
brotherly love
A new addition to the family... yet another boy! Danish now has a baby brother, Muhammad Qhalish Faheem, born on the 04/11/2008... he's such a good boy... he only cries for feeding or when he has colic... other than that, he prefers to doze off and giggles even in his sleep... it tickles to see everytime he does that... such a cutie pie... 5 months have passed... now he's growing fast and will be on his feet before we know it!

Saturday, 22-Nov-2008 03:11 Email | Share | | Bookmark
31 and proud of it :)

A year older, a year wiser (I hope)... Every birthday is special... this year it is even more meaningful.. with tiny toes underway, we couldn't have been happier... I purposely planned my trip to return home from the UK a day earlier so I can be here on my birthday to celebrate it with my best half... a dinner at HRC then a melting cake to complete the picture at home... thanks hun for that lovely dinner and thanks sis for the yummy sinful cake... I was still feeling sick at this stage but never physically sick... only in the evening though... but that doesn't explain the increase in my appetite!

Saturday, 8-Nov-2008 11:11 Email | Share | | Bookmark
West Yorkshire

Jowett's make
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Geoff and Ann were kind enough to drive me around to discover the best of West Yorkshire. I thought at first it'll be a lame visit to the museums and castles but to my surprise I kinda enjoy this educational visit. The historical tour took us back to as far as the 17th century.

First we went to the Bradford Industrial Museum where you could find, among many others, all sorts of looms to process wool. In the past, Bradford was famous for its textile industries. There was an exhibition of model engineering going on in the museum too. Miniature models of particularly train steam engines everywhere in the display area! Sometimes the world of engineering really amaze me.

The journey continued with Saltaire, East Riddlesden Hall, driving up the moores for a good view of Keighley and then the Cliffe Castle. We stopped at Websters in Baildon for fish&chips on the way to Keighley. It is Geoff's most favourite F&C place in the whole universe. Oh dear it was the best F&C I've ever had! Na'ah not sharing it with anyone. It was getting dark when we got to Cliffe Castle, no photos, what a shame. On our way back to Nottingham, we dropped by at Geoff's cousin's for tea. Her name is Brenda, a lovely but dominant Yorkshire lady.

We were trying to do too much that day, be it rain or shine. I was knackered by the time we got back to Nottingham where I spent the night at Katie's, a good old friend of mine. Before I doze off, I was wondering, it would have been nicer if my everdearest could share this experience with me. Miss u loads!

Friday, 7-Nov-2008 10:30 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Curry Nite

Prof JN with a big smile and a big heart
Sam Girl and Cookie Sam
Ben the lab BOSS
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Almost the whole lab gang went out that night to welcome Geoff and Ann for their visit to Bradford. Some people call us a bunch of geeks but this whole lot certainly know how to go beyond science to enjoy the great taste of life! It was a good night out. We wrapped up the evening with having curry at Omar Khan's. Oh well, Bradford is renowned for its curry house. I lurrrve Northern Indian curry. Umphhhh....

Wednesday, 1-Oct-2008 13:43 Email | Share | | Bookmark

We wish our family and all muslim friends 'Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri'.

Let us celebrate this Syawal with much love and joy. 'Maaf Zahir Batin'.

Azrina Shahrul

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