Jumaat, 18 Februari 2011
Selasa, 25 Mei 2010
dark night, can't see why?
want to reach it too high
just can see before it shy.
Blue moon rise up
something will missing
a green or else....
but it bring another thing
as human being
what can we think?
Jumaat, 5 Februari 2010
Even its a few meal, but don't dare you try to judge by it look like
.......it very delicious. Have a taste..
in the Malays Garden,
because it use for take a bath at nearest pond
This entry will bring you some view in Malays Garden what is really happening. Have a nice tour..
Selasa, 8 September 2009
On the other hand, any lapse in the matter amounts to a great sin. Fasting is an article of worship, the knowledge about the performance or otherwise whereof rests only with Allah (SWT) and the person concerned. Hence, it is Allah (SWT) alone who will reward that person for it, on the Day of Judgment.
Selasa, 25 Ogos 2009
As I stand in Istana Besar Johor Bahru to accept the medal that Thursday afternoon, reflecting upon 20 - 30 years as a small kid, I never dream a life like this. As a Kampong Boy, our life so simple just need some food to eat and enjoyable as small kid.
That I were here today, is a small miracle born out of maybe little hard works, easy right leaders, prayers and blessing from Allah SWT . And yet , much has happened since then. May be it a not big enough for some one else, but it meaning really big for me and family.
For all my friends thanks a lot for all your support untill I can get once.
Khamis, 30 Julai 2009
( But in my blog just picture - thank Sakurasa )
Very cool weather out there,
We also can save our electric bill
coz no need use air-cond
For all bikers like us
can play with the rain drops
and no need take bath at home,
just in middle way on work....
Thanks Allah bring a lot blessing to us........
Rabu, 29 Julai 2009
GREEN DRAGON FLY
- Image by Flickr.com.worldofgreen.
I ALWAYS SAW THIS DRAGON FLY
FLYING AROUND MY SMALL POND
IN FRONT OF MY CUTE HOUSE
AS A SMALL KID, ME AND MY FRIENDS TRY TO CATCH THEM ( TO BE THEIR GOOD FRIEND AND WILL TAKE CARE OF THEM)
SO....THAT VERY EASY WAY WANT TO CATCH THEM
FIRST YOU - TAKE A STICK
( NORMALLY WE USE MAMA'S BROOM )
MADE FROM COCONUT LEAF
PUT A LITTLE BIT MILK OF NANGKA TREE (GETAH NANGKA)
AT THE END OF THE BROOM'S STICK
AND COME CLOSED TO THE THEM
NORMALLY IT QUIET HANGING ON THE GREEN OF GRASS
THEY'LL BE TRAPPED
AN SOON....TO BE YOUR FRIEND
BUT TAKE CARE..IT SOMETIME WILL BITE YOU A LITTLE BIT
( But as kampung boys not just bite by Dragon Fly, stung by Savage Bee it a normally thing for us. Life more beautiful in a small kampung if you faced a big trouble )
IT JUST A PAST SAD STORIES ABOUT OUR GREEN WORLD.
"WE OWN THE ONLY EARTH - TAKE CARE TOGETHER"
Jumaat, 17 Julai 2009
IN A TROPICAL GARDEN
A WOOD AND STONE BE A MAIN MATERIAL
Growing a Garden on a Small Space
With well planning, a small balcony can offer some of the same amenities as a garden in the ground: lush foliage, colorful flowers — even vegetables. A small balcony garden has plants up front and up close where you can appreciate it. Plants provide seasonal interest and a bit of privacy, and you still have room for outdoor dining and relaxing.
A balcony offers a host of gardening challenges — no soil, perhaps too much shade or too much sun, and difficulty in bringing water to the garden. Don't give up your gardening dreams, however. You can grow a balcony garden if you keep the following in mind:
- Create a focal point. The focal point in this plan is a small tree or standard (a shrub trained as a small, single-trunk tree). For extra color, underplant the tree with trailing spring or summer-blooming annual flowers (pansies, lobelias, marigolds, petunias, and so on).
- Use window boxes. Fasten window boxes to your balcony's railing, so that they're viewable from indoors or from outside. Use them to create more privacy or to frame a view. Change plantings in the window boxes seasonally by growing annuals in the summer and stuffing the boxes with greens and dried-berry plants for winter and the holidays.
- Grow container plants. Colorful pots of annuals provide surprising amounts of flower color at close range. Water draining from the containers can stain the balcony surface or drip on your neighbor below — keep saucers under the pots.
- Don't forget veggies. Squeeze herbs and vegetables into your balcony garden. To save space, train climbers, such as cucumbers and tomatoes, on teepees or in cages.
- Install an outdoor faucet. Consider installing an outdoor faucet to avoid the tedium of watering with a watering pot.
Size (not too tall or spreading) and maintenance (not too demanding) are your main considerations when making plans for a balcony garden. Also check on your sun and shade exposure throughout the day.
The following small trees and shrubs need sun most of the day and could serve as a focal point on a balcony garden:
- Camellia (needs shade in hot climates)
- Crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica)
- Hibiscus (standard)
- Japanese black pine (Pinus thunbergi)
- Japanese maple (Acer palmatum)
- Palms (indoor/outdoor)
- Tree rose (Rosa )
Khamis, 2 Julai 2009
This image by blogger - rouslenz- distortion -. ( thank very much bro )
Khamis, 25 Jun 2009
Most of Malays have a few kris in their house. The name of kris always diffrent according their own functional. Like kris (as in a photo) the name is Keris Surabaya the name given because it made from Surabaya, Indonesia. It functional as a symbol the owner of the house. It meaning a wealth, though and kind person.
The handle of the kris made from wood ( like meranti, nyatoh and etc. local wood ) and the blade from iron . Whatever the kris was, it just a symbol of a Malays life and their kind of culture. But now days, kris just a one of the decoration in Malaysian houses even they Malays or what any kind of race.