Assalamu'alaikum. It was a hectic day for me, apparently when I spent most of my time in KL Sentral, back and forth. I literally rushed myself between the central port and my office, commuting to and fro. That's what happens if your assistant is on maternity leave, that is. Thank God I still have my left hand back in the office, Alhamdulillah.
Anyhow, I started to try wrapping my shawl in quite a different style, in case you haven't noticed. It's been awhile, yeah I know but this kinda style requires some sort of practice and hence, the delay. I took a close look at how sister Liza Razak has been wearing her shawls and a few you.tube videos from other sisters, especially that of Zukreat (Keeping Up With Zukreat) and went bold enough to finally try it out myself.
It would have been much easier with an oversized cotton shawl, I guess but I really wanted to wear this cotton-lined chiffon shawl that I got at Hong Kong's Ladies Market recently. By the time I went to pray Maghrib and had to wear the shawl all over again, I felt much more confident with the wrapping. I finally got it, really. All I need is a little more practice now and then, I guess.
I had to stay in the prayer room from 630pm after I did my Asar right until Maghrib so as to meet someone at my favorite hangout place at 830pm. So much that I even snapped a photo while I was there, something I never did my entire life, in fact. Looking at the picture later on made me a bit touched, realizing that in the end we all are gonna end up wrapped in white. Subhanallah.
Meantime, let's make ourselves useful to the society at large. You guys do take care and thanks a bunch for dropping by. Love you loads! Till then, Assalamu'alaikum.
- Nai at Tak Pe Je.