I've been super busy with work right after my long Hari Raya leave that I don't have the time to really put on a really good storyline of my recent holiday in Kampung Kuala Lumpur :) Hehehe...
I leave you all with pictures first maybe later continue with the stories behind but i think these will definitely tell you a lot of more than i could. I capture a little something just to bring you through...
That's me having Lontong. I already shared with you my baju raya in previous entry kan. It's the 2 coloured chiffon, my tailor had a hard time designing. Dia kata susah nak wat the way she initially intent to do, but I say "You tangguh, takcukup masa, so you did what you could je kan?" Anyway, I still love it! :)
My second baju raya. I can't help it, I love Thai Silk! Note that my first and second baju raya (the materials) were courtesy of my ehem... Zukry! It was supposed to be part of the hantaran, but well. Buy another one jelah!
My third and forth day; I borrowed from Mak. She has great baju kurung wardrob. All kind of designs and materials. And we are in the same size! Syukur! :) Hehehe.. The forth baju kurung sangatlah cantik tapi somehow made me look even more "kembang", so taknak tunjuklah... :)
Bergelak ketawa even without our dad. Bapak has to leave for Manila, a few days before raya. We were supposed to put on sappy faces for the camera but ended up laughing! Notice we are actually in blue and pink? Nice combo, right?
Me and Baby at the first house we stopped. Taktau nak borak ape, so we snapped pictures. Aris's not-so-little angels...
The lovely ladies... Consists of: Nenek sedara, Aunties, Cousins and of course, Mak & Baby.
The gentlements. Uncles and cousins with Abg & Mizan from 3 families.
The second day of raya, Abg decided to go super casual. If Bapak is around, all gents in my family would be in Baju Melayu all the time! So here we are, in the same tone of colours still. Clever kan?
This was taken in our Bapak's kampung in Batu Pahat. Bapak came back on 2nd Raya. The little ones are my anak sedara. I'm a Nenek sedara in Batu Pahat. We are always confused on what to call ourselves there. Nyayi (Jawa for Grandma)/Aunty/Kak/Cik Teeny