This is a tale of the fourth day of Syawal when I kidnapped Saiazuan from his family barbecue out of the blue uninvited! Saiazuan went back to his kampung in Kulim Kedah for Eid Mubarak which is so near to my house in Bertam, Kepala Batas Pulau Pinang. Since both of us had not met properly in Kuala Lumpur (just managed to shake his hands when we both went for the premier screening of The Avengers) then I took the liberty to meet him at Old Town White Coffee, Kulim Landmark Central.
Saiazuan is a really humble guy plus he is chatty as well so it was very easy to make a conversation with him. We talked about our future in blogging, studies, blogger gathering and many others. It was a really exciting session for both of us as time passed by so quickly that we had to bid good bye eventually. Please visit Saiazuan's Blog at the link provided because he has written great movie reviews, comics, videos, papercraft collection and many more.
Then this afternoon I had the shock of my life when the postman sent two envelopes of raya cards from my blogger friends. The first card was from a sister that I have never met, Sis Aziela. She is a sister that I have never had my entire life because our online friendship has gone beyond; she is like a family to me already. She has this sister-instinct when she knew that something was bothering my mind, she called and consulted her comfort words. Thank you Kak Aziela, insyaallah we will meet one day in Kuala Lumpur, can't wait!
The second and probably the last card this Eid Mubarak comes from Jue and Hanie, two best friends from Jue and Hanie's blog. Thanks yeah for the card, I truly appreciate it! The motto of their blog is "Baca entri mesti mau kasi habis supaya tak nampak kejanggalan di ruang komen", which is a subtle reminder to all bloggers right? I have met them once for an interview and hopefully will get to hang out with Jue and Hanie another time. Jue and Hanie are Zuan's sisters (kakak angkat) so you can see how blogging can take all of you to a whole different level if you are very sincere and genuine? Blogging is really beyond friendship, the friends that I have collected on my dashboard and reading lists are like my family and I will preserve this relationship until death do us a part.
P/S: I have plans for a blogger gathering but...(fill in the blanks).