Tuesday, 30 September 2008

Watching Masked Rider Kuuga DVD or Preparing for The Eid?


While most people who will be celebrating the Hari Raya Aidil Fitri (Eid ul-Fitri) are getting busy during the weekend with preparation for the big day - cooking, baking cookies, cleaning their houses, putting up new curtains, re-arranging their furnitures, etc; we were instead stuck to our couch because of this DVD. We actually spent most of the day trying to watch all 49 series of Masked Kuuga (didn't manage to though). Talk about priority!

Kamen Rider Kuuga vs cleaning? Hmmm.... Kuuga wins every time. Hehehe



I want to take this opportunity to wish an Eid Mubarak and "Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri, Maaf Zahir dan Batin" to my Malaysian blogging friends in Japan:

Nash & Family in Tokyo
Umie & Family in Tokyo
HE in Tokyo
Kak Aini, Abang Zakri & Family in Kamimeguro
Nad & Family in Hachioji
- all of whom will celebrate the Eid with a new addition to their family; and also
Kak Lela in Okinawa
Hanny & Family in Kyushu
Farah & Family in Beppu
Kak Hani & family in Yokohama
Samjap & Family
Su & Family in Nagaoka

I am planning to stay up late tonight (usually I don't sleep on the eve of Eid, as there are cooking to be done). I will cook Nasi Dagang this year, apart from the usual fare of Nasi Impit (pressed rice), peanut gravy and beef rendang. Just a simple fare for my in-laws.

On Thursday, we'll head back to my hometown. Wohooo!

7 comments:

  1. Oohh..nasi dagang..yum. Selamat hari raya!!

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  2. selamat hari raya...maaf zahir batin

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  3. Perhaps I missed it but what is the reason for celebration on/of EID?

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  4. selamat hari raya...maaf zahir batin...same la menunya..kecuali nasi dagang...nak buat banyak pun...bukan sapa nak makan...

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  5. Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri to you and your family! Just realised that today is the end of the fasting month after reading another blog. :p

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  6. selamat hari raya to you and your family. May peace and happiness be with all of you.

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  7. @MBL,
    enjoy the weekend too! KL is quiet today. :-)

    @Nash & HE,
    Selamat Hari Raya! Dah habis makan ketupat & rendang?

    @Chris,
    Eid is celebrated to mark the end of Ramadhan, in which Muslims fast for a month. It is a joyous occasion and time to be with family and friends.

    @CK & Life Ramblings,
    Thank you.

    While we get to have a nice long holiday (almost everyone at work are on leave on Friday) those not in Malaysia are not so lucky since today is a weekday.

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