Arab proverb, 'Examine what is said, not him who speaks'. On current trend, its not strange to see young couples happily married. We are one of them and we want to share our experience and hopefully someone will benefit from it.
Where do i start? Typical question that I ask myself every time I touch the keyboard. Well, come this June it will be our second anniversary. Life has been kind for us. Although there are a few ups and downs, We are blessed that these things just makes our relationship better and stronger.
Our historical date was on the 17th June 2006. Although its a distant memory but we kept it near our heart. One look at the wedding album, it triggers mixed feelings in our heart. Happy, excited and nervous. Three words that best describe our feeling. It didn't hit me initially but what a nerve wrecking experience once you sit on the comfy sofa, in front of the 'TokKadi' waiting for him to shake your hand. Heck, even my first solo flight experience is not anywhere near this. Fast forward, hopefully there will be a new member in our family. P/S she's not pregnant yet.
Do you have any experience when people think that you are still in school and out dating during the weekends? We had and it happened late 2006. Unfortunately, I can't remember the title of the movie so lets just call it 'C'. We were giggling and laughing while we approach the movie ticket counter. "Brader, duatiketutkfilem 'C'." The guy at the counter reply, "Filem 'C', tapifilemni 18SX, untuk 18 tahunkeatasje." We were dumbfounded but when I insist that I want to buy the ticket, he is still a bit unsure. Nevertheless, he still give us those two tickets. With a grin, "BradernaktengoksayapunyaMyKadke?" Which he reply, "Takpe, takpe."
As per the title suggest, this is just an introduction into our life. Be my guest to post any suggestion and comment.
Chinese proverb, 'When someone shares something of value with you and you benefit from it, you have a moral obligation to share it with others'.