Graves With No Markers

Last night was the time I took the opportunity logging to the net to scour for news of MH370. And there, I saw, the Prime Minister’s latest press conference on the ill-fated 777 plane.

“Using a type of analysis never before used in an investigation of this sort, they have been able to shed more light on MH370’s flight path.

“Based on their new analysis, Inmarsat and the AAIB have concluded that MH370 flew along the southern corridor and that its last position was in the middle of the Indian Ocean west of Perth.”

To read the full news, click here.

Silently I wiped away tears that started to roll down on the cheeks. As much as just like everyone else when you are always hoping for the best out of this tragedy, you knew deep inside that it will not. 18 days lost with no trace and no one really knows what really transpired. I do not know anyone on board but I do know that there are someone’s mother, daughter, husband, friend, sister, brother…my heart goes to the grieving families.

Rest in peace now.

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The New House

Day 14 at the new house No. 75.

Has it been that long since we moved in? The days just passed by so quickly in the last several weeks. First, the shift itself. Second, shifting all 27 furkids, which will take another blog to tell. Then, last weekend the contractors came to do install the security grills and the curtain rods.

And we are still living out of boxes and suit cases….

We celebrated George’s Big Birthday in the new house too. Emi and Jaja brought this awesome cake and we all had briyani bought from JM Briyani. Very low but I do hope my darling hubby will be patient enough to wait for a good weekend when we both can go out and have a bigger post birthday celebration.

George birthday

(picture from Emi’s FB).

George has also started on his new project with a client since early late February. I have started on one main project with a client too and awaiting for several more in the pipeline. This has been good progress so far, just a few minor hiccups here and there.

Travelling to work or to the city has been….a bit of challenge especially in the morning. The actual drive does not take that long. It is just the traffic is a real nightmare. On some good days, it will take us about 1.5 hours to reach KL Sentral. Last week, it was 3 hours. Returning home via the Sg Buloh road will take us forever. Another option is via Latar which will take us home in about an hour provided we leave early enough.