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Sunday January 6, 2013
IN January 2012, I turned 24 and began to learn what it was like being a working adult. I faced many challenges in beginning a new life in busy Kuala Lumpur without my family around. Renting a house in a crowded area near the city centre taught me to become braver and to always be alert about my surroundings and my own security. City folk have taught me a lot about life and friendship and work.
My biggest dream for this year is to get married by the end of it. I do believe in God’s plan, as He always knows better than me. But I really, truly wish that I can become a wife by end of 2013. That’s my dream, his dream, our dream.
Also, this is the year in which my two youngest brothers are scheduled to complete their studies, and I really hope that both of them will do well in their studies.
Apart from that, I hope that by year’s end I will have a stable and satisfactory job about which I can say, “This is the career I’ve been looking for”.
For all the citizens of my beloved Malaysia, I wish a happy and prosperous 2013. To everyone, everywhere, I hope that this will be a year that will give rise to new hope and new lives to those who are in need.
Female Myvi driver arrested
Family of three killed on DUKE after collision with speeding car
Petaling Street ‘stripper’ tests positive for meth
Najib’s brother Nazir explains his views on controversy over 1MDB issue
Cordyceps the culprit
Sources: Eight-month ban for Chong Wei
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