December 23, 2008
You need me. But I'm not there.
I need them, but they don't need me.
They need me, but I don't need them.
Why. Why can't I be there for you. Why can't you be here for me.
Why can't we all always be together, when we need each other?
We are always tied by the connection of our hearts.
It's juz that,
Time separates us.
Distance separates us.
And sometimes, we separate each other. We are close but we don't feel close.
I need you. All of you who make my world. All my sunshines.
December 18, 2008
This is my 2nd nite I’ve woken up at nite, after sleeping for few hours. Jetlag. Still. But I love the atmosphere. Feels so home :)
Before I came back home, I had been spending nights with so many different people.
Malam-malam kita berbeza. Ada yang begitu. Ada yang begini.
I spent few nights at Dr.Hady’s house in
That nite when I came to their house, Ammar was so excited to see me. “Kakak Anis! Kakak Anis!” He shouted excitedly when I was outside knocking on the door. When I got in, he jumped happily while hugging my legs. Felt so touched.. At least I could make him happy 4 a while, while his parents were away. Probably he felt lonely being left. Sepi tanpa Ayah dan Mama. Even tho he had the caretakers around him.
Baby Khadeeja was almost recovering from chicken pox. There were juz scars or the scabs on her body. She was so adorable. Happy and not so hard to be taken cared of. I was always wondering how Mak Long would take care of a baby who was still breastfeeding, n now apart from the mum. Luckily she was not that problematic, n adapting well.
It was only few nights that time, had to go back to
I spent few nights at Kak B’s house before going back to
And as for Kak B, I respect her for enduring everything since they two started to live in
I live with my roomie Hebe, in
As for myself, I knew I was gonna feel lonely, especially when Hebe back in
Only papa n mama at home. Any1 can guess how they feel. 1 sister at work in Kemaman, 2 sisters n post-SPM brother in KL. Only Bobo, their white cat at home to accompany them.
And sepi brought me home…