Category Archives: Libraries and librarians

October 2017 – it’s a wrap

OCTOBER – Knowing or unknowingly, I registered for the My10K@UPM Farm Run and roped in Amelia as well. But bear in mind, I do not run but walk. Was it a good walk? Yes and no. Yes – I was … Continue reading

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September 2017 – it’s a wrap

I designated September as a stay-at-home month since I needed to recuperate after my back-to-back travels which involved a whole lot of walking. I was also nursing a badly bruised thigh which resulted from a fall on the first day … Continue reading

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August 2017 – it’s a wrap

August is an important month for Malaysia. We were declared as an independent nation on 31 August 1957 and this year we are 60 years old and coincidentally I was born in 1957. It was also a busy month for … Continue reading

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Day 2: In Kuantan for a meeting

I woke up early feeling tired but determined. Late last night, Edah talked about frying rice noodles for breakfast but I told her that I wanted to have nasi dagang Ubai for breakfast. Since it is a working Tuesday, we … Continue reading

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Day 1: To Kuantan instead of Penang

I had made plans with Sue (Suraiya is my eldest daughter) to travel up to Penang on 30 July 2017 and return to Kuala Lumpur on the afternoon of 2 August 2017. The main reason for the trip is for … Continue reading

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Losing my boss and my teacher.

I wrote this on 19 March 2015 but never posted it to the blog. I really don’t know why. But today, I picked this up as a draft in my WP and I feel its time to post this.  Here … Continue reading

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