Jumaat, 13 Mac 2015



It has been a long time. VERY long indeed since I last update this blog. I miss blogging so much but as much as I have been missing it, I couldn't find a way or an inspiration to churn my thoughts into words. But tonight, is a bit different. I was inspired to share my thoughts after an hour and twenty-two minutes or so of a nice telemovie.

I just happen to come across this video on Youtube while searching randomly for something to entertain my 'pained soul' (due to the after effect of tiresome receipts-checking-and-invoice-flipping day). The title of the telemovie is quite erm...not so commercial as most drama. But this one I guess is a title that excellently captured the beauty of the storytelling.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you...

A 2013 telemovie/drama directed brilliantly by Azma Aizal Yusoof (if I got the name spelled right) depicting the life of a small community, rather, group of people living in the area that most would call a 'black area'. Drug dealers dwelling around, people trying to catch up with the hectic and materialistic life, people who thought they are so pure comparing themselves with others, ex-con trying to build up a new life after his return and many more. In reality, this is somewhat a norm to a certain area but the reason why I say this is a brilliant drama is simply because the way the story telling was done. It picture the things that could happen and things that is happening around us eithout us being there to really realise it.

A simple story line being developed evenly and fully within the time frame with an ending that not just concludes the drama, but gives some space for the viewers to open up a thought of what might be next to the plot. The chosen background musics and songs helps so much in building up the 'feel' of the movie rather than pushing people to draw an emotion. The dialogues are simplistic and 'bersahaja' as if not much acting is needed. There are chemistry between the main roles, though there are some 'hurm' parts in the drama.

Kudos to the directors, and producers for this great work. Bravo to Namron for nailing the part (he always does la kan??), Shafie Naswip and of course all the casts. This is a drama that is worth 1 hour 22 minutes spent. 


A story about the life of an ex-con upon his return to Jalan Bayan flat to his estranged son, Reza. Reza hated his father for leaving him to his grandfather to be brought up the past 20 years. Feeling unloved, and ashamed of his father's past, Reza vowed to chart a future worst than that of his father. Reza was involved in a drug dealing at first with his bestfriend whom felt betrayed by Reza towards the end since the drup supplier focuses on Reza more than him causing him to lose his customers. 

Living at the same area is Haji Junid, an Imam who appears pious and well respected but he, himself is someone who ridicule and belittle Agus for being an ex-con. Saying that Agus can never change to the better because he (Agus) was once a convict. He even spread slander upon Agus and Reza's friend and neighbour, Zakia saying that the couple have started an affair.

Things changes when Reza sees the changes in Agus and started to accept him as his father and forgive him for his mistakes. But due to a misunderstanding, thing gets tangled again between the father and son. However, Reza accepted his father back and starts to become a better person (supposedly not doing any drug dealing but helping his father instead with the Roti Canai stall, I guess) after his father was stabbed by his bestfriend, ex-bestfriend after an argument.

Want to know more about the story? Go and look up for the video. A must see!

Budak Flat Jalan Bayan - Promo

Link to full video of Budak Flat Jalan Bayan (2013)

Must listen tracks from the drama:

Jatuh - Liyana Fizi

Nastia - Anggur

See you bila-bila!!

Ahad, 9 Mac 2014


HYE blogwalkers,

It has been more than 24 hours since flight MH370 been missing. Had been updating myself with any news and updates concerning the matter ever since I heard the news yesterday morning. It is said that the plane was bound to arrive in Beijing at 6.30am after its departure from KLIA at 12.41am, 8 March 2014. But at 2.40am about 2 hours or so after departure the flight goes missing - mysteriously. MH370 was carrying 227 passengers with 14 nationalities; two of them are infants as well as 12 crew members.

Usually I am not the kind of person who would be listening to speculations. I refused to do so until there is proof. As for the time being, there are still reports regarding the missing flight to be proven. I really do hope things are just fine. I'd like to have my hopes high for them because I have faith in Allah. Pray and pray harder because ALLAH listens to our prayers. Whether He granted it or not, it is His decision and with every decisions Allah decided for us, it is for the best. Allah knows what we do not know.


More often than not we tend to take for granted these well wishes whenever we parted ways. I took a mental note to always remember to say these to people around me whenever goodbye are necessary. Things like "I Love You (s)" are often forgotten or otherwise not being said because you think that there are still time.

Take this incident as an example. If you are in this situation, that flight could have been your flight. It can might as well be the flight someone close to you got into. If bad things were to happen (Naudzubillahiminzaalik. I pray to Allah nothing as such happen!), not saying those words will bring you regrets not just for that moment, but for the rest of your life. So the next time you parted ways with an acquaintance, do remember to say a proper goodbyes. At least you have some closure.


Jumaat, 7 Mac 2014

It has been a very long time since I last update the blog. It seems I couldn't get my ideas out and dance on the keyboard to share my stories lately. Alas, I have found a slot in my life to atleast write up some things that I yearn to share.

If you havae to guess, yes I am sitting here in front of the monitor and desktop set of the library. A new semester has started and I am now a Degree student. So, since it has been quite a long time since I last put up my rant here, so I will write it up under certain headings. (^_^)


UNFORTUNATELY, since I am not using my dearest laptop now, I cannot share with you the photos. But will upload it later (if you happen to read it before I am able to do so) once I am able to log on with my unifi (yes! we HAVE unifi).

It has been three years since I set my foot in Universiti Technologi MARA (UiTM), and I was rather 2 years late than my highschool friends who were here before. I can say there are hardships faced, friendship and sisterhood bonded, and a lot of experience to say I am proud of having. After that three years, of six semesters that I have gone through for my Diploma in Accountancy, I am now a proud undergraduate!

The convocation day was on 12 November 2013 (yes, I know it has been that long 3 months or so now that I just updated it here, ahaha). The Faculty of Accountancy was in the first slot of the first day and my turn was of the 63rd. After what seems to be a lifetime of waiting to get into the robe and square hat (blue robes in my case) and parading down the isle to our seats infront of my proud parents, I am finally there. I would lie if I say it did not bring tears to my eyes, because it did - to almost everybody. Though I am not crowned with the best student award, nor am I the Chancellory Award receiver, am just the average student with average CGPA, I am still one proud gal! Yes, 5 years of waiting the chance to receive the scroll and three years of sweat and tears and a whole lot of money spent, I am now a Diploma Holder. Not just any diploma holder, I am a second higher class Diploma of Accountancy holder with a CGPA of 3.1. Not much, but i guess it is enough to get me through life and enough to put me through a Bachelor programme I was hoping to get into.

So with this post I share with you some snippets of my 'Blue Parade Day.'

(will be uploaded soon enough! ahahaha)


I guess it is better for me to put this up under a different subheading since it will be nicer and would have a touch of sentimental to it ahaha...but this subheading is dedicated to my parents, sisters, families and friends.

(is yet to come. sorry)


FRANKLY, I wished I was being offered the Bachelor of Entrepreneurship programme. But since I put it as my second choice after Bachelor in Accountancy. I did not. Perhaps it was my calling to do Accountancy instead. So yeah, I am now going through semester 5 of my programme. For a UiTM Diploma in Accountancy certificate holder, we are required to complete a 5 semesters programme with 3 exemption semesters (credits transfer). I have completed semester 4 last January and now just starting semester 5 for about five days. I have to tell you, the course codes are not that easy to stomach. This semester is going to be tough with one repeated paper yet to get through. Eyup, one repeatd paper and we have like one class of repeaters. So all in all we'll be sitting for 7 papers all together. But insya-ALLAH, no worries. Things will get better. Insya-ALLAH.

The timetable seems so nice to us this semester. Mostly 8am classes and only 3 afternoon classes being scheduled. I hope this will give me ample time to study and do revision. Guess I need to step it up a notch ... or two this time to make sure I finish the Bachelor programme on time for my industrial training by the 7th semester and graduation. Amiin.

Oww...did I mention? I am now 24! Ok. So what is so special about that? ahaha...just something to mention. (^_^)

Wow, time does flew so fast. another 3 semesters to go and I will be a Bachelor Degree with Honors certificate holder. Insya-ALLAH. Then, I am out into the world of offices and careers. OMG! That phase sounds SOO mature! (DRAMAQUEEN!)

Okay, that concludes my short (short??) rant for the time being. The rain has stop..so it seems, and I better get going back to the hostel. Will be going home later for the weekend (yay!!).

So, til then, CHIAO!


Izzie xoxo

Selasa, 31 Disember 2013

31 December 2013, 11.19pm, HOME :

not ready to let go of 2013. 

but life must go on. some things are made to leave you and to be left behind. somethings you will bring along in the future. what future brings, you will not know or understand until one day you will look back to your past and realised that you left behind footprints in colours more than the ones in the rainbow.

Isnin, 11 Februari 2013

10 Days Count Down: My Birthday Wishlist

Just realised that it is actually only 10 days left before my upcoming birthday. I really thought that there's still about two weeks to go but truth to be told when i checked on the calendar just now, there only about 10 days left, plus minus a day or so.

Ok, just randomly thinking of listing my birthday wishlist for this year! So here goes:

1. A BRAND NEW HANDBAG. (checked!)

Thanks to my dearest sister. This pink Coach from Bandung is MINE!

2. A BOUQUET OF FRESH ROSES. (from someone i like)

This is seriously just a daydream...almost, i said ALMOST impossible to happen.


This is just an example. hehee.




This is just an illustration.





OK. That's it...I don't have any other ideas. (^_^)

Jumaat, 28 Disember 2012

Surah Ali Imran Ayat 133-134

SENYUMLAH..... :) 

Jumaat, 21 Disember 2012

"Apabila niat awal kita untuk membantu dengan ikhlas telah kita tanam, pastikan tiada pula was-was yang menghujani hati. Kerana iblis dan syaitan itu gemar memberatkan hati dengan ragu-ragu. Pastikan ikhlas/semata-mata kerana ALLAH demi membantu saudara2 yang memerlukan. Insya-ALLAH, ALLAH akan terima amalam kita walau apapun. Doakanlah sumbangan kita sampai kepada mereka. Namun seandainya sebaliknya yang berlaku, yakinlah dengan doa dan yakinlah dengan ALLAH bahawa ALLAH akan sampaikan juga sumbangan kita itu walau bagaimanapun caranya. Kerana ALLAH Maha mengetahui. Hilangkan ragu-ragu jika yakin pada awalnya, agar tiada fitnah memisahkan kita dengan redha ALLAH terhadap kita. AMIIN, INSYA-ALLAH. =)"