There were 3 events which I have to be thankful for.
Angah is not at home, she is at the hockey tounament in Seremban. We crossed path, I was on the way home from KL, she was travelling down south. Would not be seing her for 2 weeks.
Friday evening, hubby said that he would be going to visit his sister Kak Maz, who came back to Penang. He said we (Ayin, Syia and I) could go with him. We did. On the way to Kak Maz's 3rd son's house in Penang, Angah called and told me that she had red spots all over her body. My first reaction was " Are you feverish?" She said she wasn't but right now feeling slightly feverish. " Please drink lots of water" I didn't want to say the word that was already inside my brain. I was scared stiff. She said " the water here is rusty, ma. The facilities are so terrible". I asked again " Isn't there any mineral or bottled water?" She said no. OMG, please don't make it dengue. I said please ask your teacher to bring you to the hospital, told her I was scared it could be dengue. She said her trainer was on the way to the hostel to take her to the hospital.
OK then, much later I smsed to get the latest news, she was on the way to the hospital with 3 teachers and another girl who had the same symptom. I was quiet all night long at the nephew's home. On the way back to our house, I was too scared to event speak. I was praying hard that Angah didn't contract dengue fever. Smsed her, but there was no answer, when I called, I was greeted by the voicemail. Desperately waiting for some answers, I called some of her friends whom I know were with her. It was late so it was no suprise that I was getting voicemails from all. I didn't know how I slept but managed to do so.
The next morning, the first thing I did was to call one of her friend's no. A lady teacher picked up as the girl was in the toilet. Told me that Angah had just had ellergy and she was doing fine. She couldn't answer my called because her handphone battery was too low. I was so relieved to hear that. Managed to later talked to Angah herself to ensure myself she was OK. She was given a jab for the ellergy.
Alhamdulillah, Angah is OK.
My younger sister came to my house on Saturday and handed me 2 pairs of blouses. S bought herself a few pairs and bought for me 2 pairs. However she over estimated my size. Both were TOO big for me. Can't quite remember when did we ever given each other presents anyway. I guessed she was just grateful for the support hubby and I have been giving her. Said thanks, but told her I would have to exchange for smaller sizes. Offered her dinner which she accepted after seeing ikan terubuk belah belakang on the plate :-), :-). She even invited her son W to come over to eat dinner at our house, which he did in time to sit and enjoy the food with my hubby.
Alhamdulillah for the 2 blouses.
Today, Sunday, went out with my hubby. The plan was for him to renew his car roadtax in Kulim, prior to that we had to buy breakfast for mak, the girls and bibik. Did that and off we went to the wet market to buy fish and veggies. Sent back the things and we were on the way to Kulim. But the Takaful office was closed, miscalculation on my part because I thought that they would be opened like the JPJ etc, in Kedah. No, they are working from Monday to Saturday. Their week-end is Sunday unlike some other organisations in Kedah. Too bad. We were both already so hungry by then, stopped to have a brunch. Told hubby need to go pay the streamyx since my connection was down, I thought it was due to me not paying the bill. I usually forget the bill until TM disconnect me. But that was not the only reason. Couldn't get connected even after I came home a few hours later. Called 1 300 number again and after a few calls, was told that my network driver was not updated. At first, I thought we had to go to the shop which had changed the network card a few weeks ago, I found the disk and update it myself with the help of hubby. Still couldn't get connected, had another technical advise session with the TM guy, what a nice and friendly person he was!!!. In the end, it was much later that I managed to get myself back onto the net.
While we were out, I told hubby that I need to go and exchange the blouses. Since the shop was empty of customers, we were able to pick and chose and try freely. Found the Indon assistant to be helpful and friendly. After much trying and choosing, I finally found the suitable one for the exchange. On top of that I had another pair of baju kurung, compliment from my hubby, hehehe.
Alhamdulillah for the understanding and generous hubby. Although he is always teasing me, for always "wasting" my time on the net, chatting and browsing, but he went all out to help when the connection was down. Was already prepared to take the PC back to the shop had it not been resolved. And of course I have another brand new baju kurung to go to the weddings in December *hint for the next entry*