Told you we'll still have each other
Want your feet to look like lobsters? Then make sure you grab a pair of Nike Dunk Lows complete with an elastic band at the toes. Check out the shoe box. Creative no?With the sharp increase in fuel prices in Malaysia, TV SMITH has come up with a comprehensive list of tips you can follow to lessen the burden of forking out huge amounts for petrol a week. I'm shuddering at the thought of an increase in roti canai prices. Now, if only the car prices in Malaysia were considerably lower, perhaps slightly more of us are able to afford a hybrid car like the Toyota Prius or if you want something really flashy, try the Tesla Roadster which runs on electricity.Hey, you could reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions while you're at it. ;)I'm having a small debate in my head right now, on whether I should go back for Raya or not. I feel really guilty if I were to go back, considering my parents will be spending big bucks for only a week's worth of Malaysia for me. Besides, I'm not going to be here in Sydney for long and after this I won't be able to feel spending Raya with the people here anymore. My family and friends will still be back in Malaysia for many years to come, but when else can I savor Malaysian food at Malaysia Hall with so many different people while we all weep and laugh at everything we miss back home.But then, Izzy and Liz will be back home. Auli will be spending her last Raya in Malaysia before flying to Germany in February. Fini and Erin will be celebrating in Melbourne. Hawa is going for a class trip. I'll only go back for summer in January (later if I go for the Australian Open).So yea, I'm still really conflicted. I don't want to waste my parents money, what with the fuel hike. They can always use that money to pay of their mortgage or fund my brother's education or something. But its RAYA during SPRING BREAK. Maybe it's time to grow up and recognise the value of money and not be so selfish. Sigh.
Labels: Family, Friends, Holidays, Rambling, Random