In 2002, I wrote an piece which I shared with friends and colleagues to mark one year since the unfortunate 9/11 attacks. Since then, I have been sharing the same piece every year on that date.
First of all, let me start off by wishing everyone Selamat Hari Raya and asking for forgiveness (maaf zahir batin).
In conjunction with Say Sorry Day yesterday, I produced a video clip featuring a number of personalities talking about what “sorry” means to them.
Remember the two scary eyes in my previous blog post (link to the teaser post)? Well, if youâ€™ve been around town, youâ€™d know by now that those eyes belong to a PUMA.
I wanted to take the opportunity to wish all my fellow Malaysians here and abroad a very Happy 53rd Merdeka Day and to encourage everyone to participate in the #iheartmalaysia campaign.
On Sept 5, 2010, take the opportunity to join many others in saying sorry to anyone who you may have wronged, offended or cause hurt to. A group of Malaysian organisations (and some individuals) have come together to declare it Say Sorry Day.
Every night, before I head to bed (and no matter how tired I am – or drunk), I will watch at least one episode of the sitcom Friends – although sometimes I fall asleep while watching it.
While I didn’t say much about it on Twitter on Monday, I was following the whole saga in Singapore involving food blogger Lady Iron Chef yesterday.
I don’t mean to start Monday off on such a soppy note but I came by this video yesterday and thought that I just had to share it with you guys as part of my Monday videos tradition on this blog.
Many of you who have been following this blog, my Tweets or are even on my Facebook would probably know by now that my family wasn’t doing the best in the past couple of weeks healthwise.