Hi, my name is Aisyah Rozi. This is my personal blog where I share my life experience, thoughts, ideas and occasionally, my projects. Recently, however, I share a lot about being a young mother. I'm also a YouTuber, so do checkout my channel! <3
Jul 31 2010

my annoying bibik.

I was staring at the screen, tweeting about how lazy I was to go out to get some stuffs, when I heard my baby sister, Aida came into the room, and went straight to the bathroom to get a bath. Not long after, as I finally get the strength to get my ass up and turned around, I glanced towards the bathroom and to my surprise, it was Kak Rose, the housekeeper cleaning my bathroom. So, I said,

“Laaa… ingatkan Aida mandi tadi”

“Aida tengah tengok TV kat bawahlah, Syah haha” She laughed, for no apparent reason.

“Oh, takdelah, sebab Aida kadang-kadang masuk, bogel,  mandi, pastu terus blah,” I clarified.

Then, she replied, “hahahaha itulah, kadang-kadang Aida tu tak flush, busuk bilik air, Syah!”


I was laughing inside trying to figure out why she said that. Is it because she has hearing problem or she just thought it was a relevant thing to reply. Anyway, it was not the first time.

Kak Rose is so annoying. Like, unbearable annoying. Like, when you watch a movie where the abused person is so darn stupid, kind of annoying. She says irrelevant things and state the obvious ALL the time and interfere when people having conversations as if she was even in it. But I can understand that she’s lonely and in need of social life, but still, she shouldn’t ruin my already limited conversation at home. Gosh. One cool thing though, she’s very  kind and  actually care about us. Very hardworking too, and sometime a lil’ too hardworking that it becomes annoying. So all in all she’s annoying.


Jul 28 2010

Huh! OMG! Huh! OMG! Huh! OMG! zzzz…

I just realized something.

This is the freaking last week of holidays!


How can I not realize this???!!!! I regret the times I’ve spent procrastinating doing my projects. Then again, that’s what holidays are for; for you to relax, and take your time. Still, after I found out that I have very little time left, I quickly drank my coffee, hoping that I’ll stay up for the day and I shall start doing my next sewing project. I still have 3 fabrics left and I know I can finish them all before the semester starts but I still want to sew more. gaaah! I hate being myself, for wanting to do many things yet I’m glad I do know how to utilize my free time.

There are things I didn’t get to do during my holidays. Things that maybe I’ve forgotten to do. Like, rock climbing, exercise more, join a gym near my house, redesign my blog and continuing my sewing lessons. Oh well, maybe next time then. But atleast I’ve sewed quite a lot (not really) because I might not be able to this next semester break as I’m planning to do my internship, get it over with once and and for all, hope that I won’t screw it up. Ha ha, most likely not. And atleast I’ve also managed to lose a few kilos. I should might as well practice on Autocad as soon as semester starts because I do not want to come to class, forgetting everything, thank god I bought an Autocad book, which is not that easy to follow (ha-ha, boo!).

ANYWAY, before I start working on my next project, let’s see what I’ve done previously. I made them about 3 weeks ago and have since only made one which I haven’t taken pictures of.

Lil miss origami danielle

I was lazy to draft a pattern myself and so I downloaded Danielle pattern and it turns out it takes just as much time to put all the printed pieces together. And I added those origami things on the bodice just to make it looks more interesting and gives the illusion of fuller top.


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Jul 27 2010

story of a random kid.

It was four in the evening and I was watching Pelham 123 on my mac, lying peacefully on my bed when someone knocked on the door. I immediately knew it was Aida, my 8 y.o. baby sister. As usual, she wasn’t there when I opened the door and then she jerked to me, in an attempt to surprise me. As usual, I pretended to be surprised, and she laughed, happy that she succeeded. I couldn’t resist her cute chubby little body so I attempted to hug her. She saw it coming and resisted, “no, I don’t want to hug you”

“who wanted to hug you anyway? BOO!” I said, covering my disappointment.

“awak buat apa?”

“watching movie. why?”

“oh, I want to watch also” she said, with her cute high pitch voice but with a bit of childish ego.

“yeah, sure, you can lie beside me” I said, as I threw myself on my bed. However, she didn’t join me, and went for the bathroom instead. She left the door open, so I thought she wanted to take a piss but then I heard,

“uuuh. uhhhhh”

“AIDA BERAK KE???” I screamed.

“uh-huh” she answered calmly.


She giggled.

After she finished her little business, she said goodbye and went out of my room leaving me baffled of her motive. Of all the bathrooms in the house, why mine? Why did she even bother to run upstairs just to use my bathroom while she could have conveniently used the one downstairs? She even said she wanted to join me watch the movie, but why didn’t she? She always join me watch movies. Hmm… interesting.

She never fail to amuse me ever since she was born over 8 years ago. I still think that she’s a baby sometimes but it’s not fair to not want her to grow up cause she has to. I guess this is pretty much how parents feel about their kids.

Jul 25 2010

What happened last Saturday?

Something happened on that day. Something BIG. Not too big. But big enough. Especially for me. I’m the first child and the only involvement I’ve ever had in a wedding was putting a few grand of money into an album and putting sweets into small paper bags. So, I have absolutely no idea about wedding tradition.

And, out of nowhere, in the middle of sewing, and jumping around the house, I went through the first malay wedding tradition phase, merisik. Eddie came with his parents, and eventhough it was not the first time I’ve met his parents, for some reason, I was nervous during the whole time they were talking. I had sweaty palms, and I was trying not to shake my legs. I think I did a good job at hiding it but inside, my heart was pounding hard especially when his mother pulled out a ring. The ring we both picked just the day before, and it still made me nervous.

Honestly, I didn’t really expect a merisik tradition since, traditionally the purpose was to ask whether the girl has anyone else or not, and to accept the ring means to accept the guy. However, these days, I think accepting the ring is like making a promise that the girl agrees, and that she’s not going to accept anyone else’s proposal. But he said his family kinda practice the traditions so..
Anyway, we didn’t really do it the traditional way. No poetry, but just casual words. I think if there was a poem, my dad would be even more nervous than I was. haha. The ring wasn’t even compulsory, but he said he wanted to give me one. Oh, he also brought chocolates, quite a lot, more than enough for my family.

Anyway, during the feast, my nervousness subdued (maybe I was nervous partly because I was so darn hungry). Since my dad was talking to his dad, and my mum talking to his mum, it was only the two of us left. I was a lil’ shy to talk to him too much so we just talked a bit and mostly spent the time eating the food. It’d be awkward to just sit, and do nothing. Plus, I love roti jala and lamb kuzi, it’s one of my favourite Kelantanese dish. In the end, to my surprise (and my parents) I had half of my plate filled with the bones, concrete evidence of the amount of food I consumed. I looked over at Eddie’s plate and saw that he had eaten as much. Heck, we even shamelessly moved the roti jala next to us for easy access. Haha. I’ve just lost over 3 kilos as result of my super lazy “diet” so I thought I deserved a lil’ treat for myself, though I agree, it didn’t necessarily have to be during merisik.

Hopefully his parents didn’t mind that I’m a big eater. At least, I’ve proven that I’m not anorexic. Plus, it’s not like I’m fat (by the standard definition) so I really hope that they don’t mind. Haha. Before they left, we gave them some Serunding and lil’ serunding popiah my grandma just brought from Kelantan. All in all, it went well.

I was a little numb after that, unable to believe what has just happened, and how. Then, I continued another round of roti jala and lamb kuzi. Haha. Later, I started to feel happy and freaked out. I still am. I mean, I’m not even 20 (yet!) and I’m already going through this? Good luck.

So, there you go, what happened on Saturday. Now that the weekend is over, so is my food indulgence pass. Oh well.

Oh yea, my birthday is just around the corner, and I’m wondering what should I buy as a gift for myself. I wanted to get a watch but Eddie wants to give me one so I’ll just have to find another gift for myself. Plus, I forgot my brithday is coming up so I forgot to save up for a watch. I kept thinking to save up to buy a watch on November, for some reason. Weird. Anyway, maybe I’ll get a new set of makeup or a pair of nice shoes.

p.s, for some reason wordpress published this entry prematurely eventhough I clicked save as draft. weird.

p.p.s, It’s so weird having this ring on my finger. But I love the ring! hehe

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