Friday, March 27, 2015

Easter Break, Part 1

Assalamualaikum folks,

3 weeks of Easter break begun with the end of Heat Transfer class last week. Yayers!

I went to Manchester to make up with my duckface babes. I've said NO twice to their invitations and hence missed two full of laughter dinners :( And also, why not since it's hols. 

We had "Hello Spring" themed BBQ picnic. I literally forgot about it, luckily I brought another flower-ish top. The day was so beautiful - sunny with acceptable wind rate. We had mee goreng made by the 2 sesat main guys - Abang Meor and Aiman haha. Not bad! It's a simple hang out but I enjoyed every moment of it. Fefeeling lepak dekat taman chit chat, and still dont have to worry about smelling bad though the sun shines brightly.

We miss the sunbeams hitting our faces :)

Road trip to Manchester with le abangs

The duckface family :)

The next day we went to the Runway Visitor Park where airplane fanatics go to watch the special vehicle lands and takes off. While me, in the other hand, (the not fanatic but keen to experience) followed them and gave it a try. We were there for 3 hours. My first hour was fascinating and full of awe. The remaining hours? Just me being puzzled on how they bare the cold and yet have satisfaction face on. However, I discovered, PASSION! When you like something, you do it with all your heart. Walaupun benda tu kecil. Then we went back to Rusholme. Said adios to Manchester at 8.30pm together with Abang Meor.

Fact on duckface: I only had known Abang Meor and Aiman from Malaysia because theyre from my hometown. But Irra and Aida (thru these guys), 3 weeks after I reached UK. The best part is I only met Iqa and Min for the first time. But dear, I think I've known them since forever. We clicked, JUST-LIKE-THAT!

This particular plane carries Aiman's parents from Malaysia!

Amirah Nasir.

Monday, March 2, 2015

The Script Concert

Assalamualaikum folks,

The weekend that just gone was superb! I had my first concert ever - The Script at Motorpoint Arena Sheffield! Fourteen of us from Leeds, Cardiff and Sheffield went. Gerak by tram at 7.00pm then waited till 8.45pm for The Script to finally perform. Sang along with these people. Of songs from both old and new album. Breakeven, Six Degrees of Separation, Man on a Wire, Superheroes, If You Could See Me Now, No Good In Goodbye, Never Seen Anything Quite Like You, The Man Who Can't Be Moved and sooooo many more!


Another memorable night :)

Amirah Nasir.