Wednesday, February 4, 2015

The reason I've been away these past few months...

This! :D

Assalamu'alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

Warning: This post could be a really emotional post, please bear with me.

Hi guys! I'm back! :P I apologise for not posting anything on this blog for 3 months. I reallyyyyyyy miss blogging T.T I was so busy with life, planning the wedding, moving out, there was so many new things happened to me these past few months. I wanted to update this blog before my wedding day but time wouldn't let me. I'm so sorry. :(

For those who asked, yes, I did my own makeup to save on the budgets. :)

So, now that I live in KL, I'm planning to attend more events (if I do get invited :P) that I've always wanted to attend. I'm kind of worried because I am a pretty shy person and I'm new in this real blogging world. Anyways, the most important thing is that I want to be a more productive blogger.

Back to the wedding. Hmm, where should I start?

You know, back then I used to think that I will never get married, because I was single, and I assumed that nobody ever going to like me. I don't know how all this happened, but it happened. It's kind of crazy how things could happen without us knowing that it is happening.

When I was single, I always prayed for a good husband who will love me for who I am, who will support me in everything I do, who will lead me to the right path and guess what, Allah has given me exactly what I wanted.

There was so many obstacles that we had to go through, but alhamdulillah, we made it. Being married to a foreigner is hard sometimes because people always thought that foreigners only marry us Malaysians for our money, or for the sake of getting the permanent resident status. I hate it when someone says, "Why marry a foreigner? What, there's no more Malay guys left in Malaysia?". Why so racist? Foreigners are humans too, just like us Malays. How would you feel if you are the foreigner? If I were the foreigner and someone said that to my partner, I would've gone mad. Some people should really change their way of thinking.

I'm so glad that all the tough times had passed, it's a good lesson to myself. I'm so sorry, my dear husband, that you had to go through all that. And thank you for not giving up. I love you so much. :)

I am so lucky to have a husband like him, someone who truly understands me because to be completely honest, I'm a pretty complicated person. I can go from super happy to sad in just a second, that's how sensitive and emotional I am.

Oh, my beautiful family :') How I wish Abah was there. Abah would've been the happiest person at the wedding. Gosh, I miss you so much Abah. This is why this post has been delayed for months, I keep on writing and then ended up crying my eyes out because all these wedding photos always remind me of Abah. Al-Fatihah.

"Dear Husband,
Thank you for accepting me for who I am. Thank you for being the most patient person I've known. Thank you for treating me like a princess. Thank you for buying me everything I want, e.g, all the washi tapes and stickers that I wanted. Thank you for not giving up on me. Thank you for making me delicious coffee everyday. Thank you, for being an awesome husband. I love you.
Your Wife"

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  1. aww so sweet! congrats on your marriage once again.
    and yes, maybe we can finally meet in events ;D

    1. Thank you so much Anis! InsyaAllah hope we can meet in the future! :D

  2. Assallamualaikum Nabilah, what a sweet post. Alhamdulillah for Allah s.w.t has grant you the husband that you've always wanted. So happy for you and your hubby, In Shaa Allah may Allah s.w.t bless you both in abundance both in the dunia and in the akhirat. Ameen.

    1. Waalaikumussalam. Thank you so much for your wishes and doa, Melissa. May Allah bless you. :)


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