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Broga Hill little adventure

Bulan lepas berkesempatan menaiki Bukit Broga yang jarak sebenarnya hanya 1.7km untuk ke puncak. Memandangkan tak pernah sampai situ dan dah lama tak mengaktifkan diri, maka serasa begitu jauh perjalanan nak sampai ke puncak, apatah lagi bila mula-mula masuk kawasan, rupanya bawah tu ladang kelapa sawit. Dikenakan bayaran RM2 per kereta.

Disebabkan langsung tak bersenam dan tak makan malam dan pagi hari kejadian, maka stamina badan memang out. Tapi dengan iltizam dan motivasi (sengaja mencabar diri) , maka di kuatkan juga kudrat untuk sampai ke puncak. Ada juga yang separuh perjalanan tak sampai-sampai ke atas, rupanya akak tu patah balik ke bawah..

ImagePapan tanda yang menunjukkan jarak tak jauh mana pun sebenarnya..

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alan denai menuju ke hutan melalui ladang kelapa sawit. Mujur tak hujan pagi tu..Alhamdullilah..

Penat juga lah mendaki, di tambah dengan tiada bekalan tenaga pagi itu..menghabiskan kudrat yang ada saja. Sampai di atas, terkejut juga sebab ramai orang..yelah, dah cuti umum hari tu. Ada juga insiden yang tidak ingin dilihat..kebetulan masa sampai di atas (walaupun belum betul-betul atas lagi), ada budak yang sudah jatuh tergolek . Tangannya di khabarkan patah, rupanya budak tu pakai selipar saja. Tanah agak licin pada pagi itu disebabkan hujan malam sebelumnya,

Hati ini berdebar juga, takut perkara yang sama terjadi..perlahan-lahan kaki menjejak lubang-lubang tanah yang dijadikan tangga di situ, aras badan direndahkan supaya senang mendaki. Akhirnya sampai juga di atas.

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Memang cantik tempat ni, Tidak hairan lah kalau ada yang sampai jam 5.30 pagi lagi semata-mata nak tengok matahari naik. Tapi kalau sampai 5.30, solatnya di mana ya? hehehe.. Tempat ni sangat sesuai untuk beriadah bersama keluarga dan sahabat di samping menguji ketahanan fizikal dan minda serta semangat. Ada juga budak-budak yang berumur 4, 5 tahun naik bukit ni bersama ibu bapa..dan tak kurang juga ada yang mengendong bayi kecil naik bersama. Kagum seketika..

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ImageMy husband berlakon jadi ‘Running Man’.

Sekiranya lapar dan lupa membawa bekalan makanan penambah tenaga, usah khuatir kerana di bawah kaki bukit ada gerai menjual makanan ringan (owner Chinese)..nak beli aiskrim pun boleh, pakcik ais krim sedia memberi khidmat.

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Ada juga yang naik bukit ni memakai pakaian yang kurang sesuai pada hemat saya..seluar jeans dan sandal bertumit tidak disarankan.Tiada shopping kompleks di atas sana pun. Pakaian tshirt dan seluar biarlah longgar dan menutup aurat untuk mereka yang bergelar perempuan. Sayang juga jika kita kagum menikmati pemandangan keindahan ciptaaan Allah Maha Esa, tapi ada pula mata-mata bukan muhrim yang melihat kita sedemikian rupa..uhuuu..

Lepas ni boleh lah ke Broga Hill lagi.

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Last entri/post sebelum ni 25/12/2010..Fuh! 2 tahun tu. Minta maaf saya terpaksa de active kan post mengenai e-tukar. Serasa seperti kaunter pertanyaan pulak. Saya hanya seorang guru biasa, bukanlah pegawai yang berkhidmat di PPD mahupun Jabatan atau Kementerian.

Ok, tutup cerita tentang Eg-tukar. Harapnya blog yang tidak seberapa ni akan kembali hidup setelah 2 tahun berkubur..kubur tanpa nisan, kubur in the cloud hehe..

Cerita t-shirt MERAH

Baru ni aku mengemas almari baju yang dah sesak tu. Sebenarnya mengemas sebab mencari blouse yang dah lama beli tapi belum pernah pakai. Terjumpa pula sehelai tshirt berwarna merah maroon penuh. Ku tarik dan membuka lipatannya. Hehe..tshirt kegemaran semasa di universiti dulu. Rasanya beli semasa tahun pengajian ke-2. Sekitar tahun 1999 -2000 rasanya. Tshirt tu masih kelihatan elok dan sempurna cuma warnanya agak luntur sedikit. Tshirt ni lah yang selalu dipakai ke mana-mana..dipadankan dengan tudung berwarna pink peach dan seluar coklat kelabu jenama Applemints (memori masih kuat..Alhamdullilah).

Tiba – tiba teringat pula, suatu peristiwa yang pernah berlaku semasa aku pakai tshirt ni. Masa itu sudah bekerja (sebelum jadi cikgu) di sebuah daerah. Malam tu keluar makan di sebuah restoren tomyam yang  terkenal dengan tomyamnya yang marvellous..pedas dan manis. Aku pakai tshirt merah ni bersama seluar trek hitam dan selipar sahaja. Langsung tak bergaya..almaklumlah keluar nak makan sahaja di kedai makan berhampiran bersama rakan – rakan serumah. Dipendekkan cerita, semasa kami sampai di kedai makan berkenaan, ada sekumpulan lelaki makan di kedai yang sama. Seperti biasa, aku terus duduk di kerusi yang dipilih tanpa melihat siapa yang berada di sekeliling. Setelah pesanan di ambil, pelayan kedai makan berkenaan yang berketurunan Siam datang ke meja kami . Di hulurnya sekeping kertas..dan berkata ” Ada orang bagi kertas ni”. Aku melihat sepintas lalu angka – angka yang ada di kertas tersebut..oh, no. handphone..monolog ku sendiri. Aku buat tidak endah sahaja kerana pada fikiranku sudah tentulah kertas tu hendak diberikan kepada mana – mana  rakan serumahku yang sememangnya cantik dan agak berketrampilan malam itu. Rakan serumahku sedikit teruja..bertanya untuk siapa kertas tu. Hampir tersedak aku mendengar jawapan adik pelayan Siam itu , ” nok bei kak baju meghoh ni”. Tiada respon langsung dari aku bila diberitahu..untuk aku? rabun ke apa orang ni? Adik pelayan Siam itu terus tercegat berdiri sambil menghulurkan kertas itu kepadaku..mungkin menunggu respon dari aku. Dek kerana kesian melihatnya yang kelihatan agak ketakutan aku mengambil kertas tersebut. “Siapa bagi?” aku menyoalnya. “Tu, abang meja sana” jawabnya. Aduhai, mimpikah aku? Pelik tetapi benar. Aku langsung tidak menoleh melihat gerangan empunya no handphone ini, sebaliknya terus menikmati makanan yang sudah tersedia di depan mata. Control makan? oh..tidak. Aku terus makan seperti biasa..dan kertas tersebut masih ada di meja makan kami sehinggalah kami meninggalkan kedai makan itu. Rakan serumahku mengingatkan aku tentang kertas no handphone itu. Minta maaf ye, tak dapek nak nolong.

Bila kenangkan peristiwa yang berlaku 9 tahun dulu itu, terfikir pula perasaan insan yang mencatatkan no telefonnya itu..mungkin rasa malu dengan rakan-rakannya kerana seperti ‘direject hidup-hidup’. Apapun, aku berharap yang terbaik untuk insan berkenaan..hehehe.

Dan, baju yang dibuka lipatannya itu, ku pakai ke kedai berhampiran pada hari itu.🙂

~ sekadar bercerita ~

It's never too late to be what we might be

It's never too late to be what we might be

My 2010 ICT Students

My 2010 ICT Students
5 PD.. Good luck for your ICT exam..29 November 2010

Every time
You feel like you cannot go on
You feel so lost and that you’re so alone
All you see is night
And darkness all around
You feel so helpless you can’t see which way to go
Don’t despair
And never lose hope
‘Cause Allah is always by your side

Chorus:
Insha Allah
Insha Allah
Insha Allah
You’ll find your way

Every time
You commit one more mistake
You feel you can’t repent and that it’s way too late
You’re so confused
Wrong decisions you have made
Haunt your mind and your heart is full shame
But don’t despair
And never lose hope
Coz Allah is always by your side

Chorus

Turn to Allah
He’s never far away
Put your trust in Him
Raise your hands and pray
Ya Allah
Guide my steps, don’t let me go astray
You’re the only one who can show me the way
Show me the way
Show me the way
Show me the way

InshaAllah
InshaAllah
InshaAllah
We’ll find the way

Lyrics: Maher Zain & Bara Kherigi
Melody: Maher Zain
Arrangement: Maher Zain & Hamza Namira
© Awakening Records 2009

Cantiknya PNB Ilham Resort..

PNB ILHAM RESORT, Tanjung Tuan, Port Dickson. Rasa ralat tak dapat masuk Hutan Rekreasi. Tapi apapun, akan ke sana lagi hujung bulan depan. Insya Allah.

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Facebook??

Two weeks ago I came acrossed this article. Interesting article for me, yet it should be shared with people who addicted with Social Networks. Nowadays, people tend to communicate through Internet rather than having real conversation or face to face. This is what we called technology..Actually, I decide to share this article with my students during Computer Club activity, as more students add me on Facebook. When I view their profile especially on Photos section, to my great surprised I hardly recognized them.. with make-up on their face, trendy and funky outfit, Korean style pose..these are teenagers nowadays. hehehe🙂  Really different during my teen years.

Just to share with others..

Top 10 Things You Should Not Share on Social Network

by Charles W. Bryant

10: Personal Conversations

On Facebook, users can send personal messages or post notes, images or videos to another user’s wall. The wall is there for all to see, while messages are between the sender and the receiver, just like an e-mail. Personal and private matters should never be shared on your wall. You wouldn’t go around with a bullhorn announcing a private issue to the world, and the same thing goes on the Internet. This falls under the nebulous world of social networking etiquette. There is no official handbook for this sort of thing, but use your best judgment. If it’s not something you’d feel comfortable sharing in person with extended family, acquaintances, work colleagues or strangers, then you shouldn’t share it on your Facebook wall

9: Social Plans

Sharing your social plans for everybody to see isn’t a good idea. Unless you’re planning a big party and inviting all the users you’re connected to, it will only make your other friends feel left out. There are also some security issues at stake here. Imagine a scenario where a jealous ex-boyfriend knows that you’re meeting a new date out that night. What’s to keep the ex from showing up and causing a scene or even potentially getting upset or violent? Nothing, that’s what. If you’re planning a party or an outing with a group of friends, send a personal “e-vite” for their eyes only and nobody is the wiser. If you’re trying to cast a wide net by throwing out an idea for a social outing, just remember that anyone who has access to your profile sees it.

8: Linking Sites

With 51 percent of social network users taking advantage of more than one site, there’s bound to be some crossover from one to the other, especially if you have the sites linked. You may post something you find innocuous on Facebook, but then it’s linked to your LinkedIn work profile and you’ve put your job at risk. If you link your various profiles together, be aware that what you post in one world is available to the others. In 2009, a case of an employee caught lying on Facebook hit the news. The employee asked off for a weekend shift because he was ill and then posted pictures on his Facebook profile of himself at a party that same weekend. The news got back to his employer easily enough and he was fired. So if you choose to link your profiles, it’s no longer a “personal life” and “work life” scenario.

7: Company Information

You may be dying to tell the world about your new work promotion, but if it’s news that could be advantageous to one of your company’s competitors, then it’s not something you should share. News of a planned expansion or a big project role and anything else about your workplace should be kept private. Sophos, a security software company, found that 63 percent of companies were afraid of what their employees were choosing to share on social networking sites

If you want to message it out, be selective and send private e-mails. Many companies are so serious about not being included in social networking sites that they forbid employees from using sites like Facebook at work. Some IT departments even filter the URLs and block access to these sites altogether so employees aren't tempted to log on

6: Photos of Your Kids

Social networking sites are a common place for people to share pictures of their families, but if you’re one of the 40 percent of users who don’t restrict access to your profile, then those pictures are there for everyone to see. It’s a sad fact, but there are a lot of predators who use the Internet to stalk their prey. If you post pictures of your family and couple that with information like, “my husband is out of town this weekend” or “little Johnny is old enough to stay at home by himself now,” then your children’s safety could be at risk. Nobody ever thinks it will happen to them until it does, so safety first is a good default mode when using social networking sites. Just like with other private matters, send family photos only to a select group of trusted friends and colleagues who you know won’t share them.

5: Your Address and Phone Number

File this one under security risk. If you share your address and phone number on a social networking site, you open yourself up to threats of identity theft and other personal dangers like burglaries. If you post that you’re going on vacation and you have your address posted, then everyone knows you have an empty house. Identity thieves could pay a visit to your mailbox and open up a credit card in your name. Burglars could rid your home of anything of value. Even just posting your phone number gives people with Internet savvy easy access to your address. Reverse lookup services can supply anyone with your home address if you can provide the phone number.

4: Personal Finance Information

You would think that nobody would share things like where they do their banking or what their stock portfolio looks like, but it happens. Especially with all the headlines of banks going bankrupt and stock prices plummeting during the 2008/2009 recession, it’s easy for an innocent Facebook comment to reveal too much about your personal finances. Consider this scenario: You’re posting to a long thread on a friend’s wall about the bank crisis. You say something along the lines of, “We don’t need to worry because we bank with a teacher’s credit union,” or even, “We put all our money into blue chip stocks and plan to ride it out.” Again, if you’re one the 40 percent who allow open access to your profile, then suddenly identity thieves know where you bank and where you have the bulk of your investments. It’s easy to forget that what may seem like a harmless comment on a Facebook wall could reveal a great deal about your personal finances. It’s best to avoid that kind of talk altogether

3: Your Password

This one really seems like a no-brainer, but if it didn’t happen, then Facebook probably wouldn’t feel the need to list it in the No. 1 slot on its list of things you shouldn’t share. Even sharing the password with a friend so he or she can log on and check something for you can be a risk. This is especially true with couples who feel like there’s enough trust to share these kinds of things. Here’s another scenario for you: You give your boyfriend your Facebook password because he wants to help you upload some vacation photos. A couple of months later, the relationship sours, he turns into a not-so-nice guy and then there’s a person out there who doesn’t like you and has your login information. Time to cancel your account and get a new one. If you’d have kept that information private to begin with, you could simply move on with your life. Now you have a compromised profile, and if you link to other sites or profiles, all that information is at risk as well. Keep your password to yourself, no matter what, and you never have to worry about it.

2: Password Hints

Most Web sites that contain secure personal information require a password also have at least one password hint in case you forget. It typically goes like this: You sign up for something like online banking and you get a login and password and then choose a security question for when you forget your password. What’s the name of your first pet? What’s your mother’s maiden name? What was your high school mascot? What’s the name of the first street you lived on? Including any of these details on a Facebook wall or status update may not seem like a big deal, but it could provide an identity thief with the last piece of the puzzle needed to hack into your bank account. Think before you post anything that could compromise this information.

1: Anything You Don’t Want Shared

You can select all the privacy settings you want on social networking sites, but the fact is, if you post it, it has the potential to be seen by someone you don’t want seeing it. You know all those fun Facebook applications, quizzes and polls you can’t help but fill out? A study performed by the University of Virginia found that of the top 150 applications on Facebook, 90 percent were given access to information they didn’t need in order for the app to function. So when you sign up to find out what sitcom star you most identify with, the makers of that poll now have access to your personal information. It’s anybody’s guess where it goes from there. Social networking is all about sharing, so something you think is in confidence can easily be shared and then shared again, and before you know it, someone you don’t even know has access to something private. “When in doubt, leave it out” is a good motto to follow. And always remember that anything you share has the potential to be leaked in some way.

Source : http://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/social-networking/information/10-things-you-should-not-share-on-social-networks1.htm

Permohonan menduduki PTK sesi Oktober telah dibuka. Sila hubungi guru data sekolah untuk pendaftaran.

Antara kelayakan untuk peperiksaan PTK sesi Oktober 2010 kali ini adalah :

  1. Calon yang berulangkali mengambil PTK sebelum ini dan mengambil PTK sesi Jun 2010 (masih mendapat aras III) tidak layak menduduki PTK.
  2. Calon pertama kali ambil PTK pada sesi Jun 2010, dan mendapat Aras III boleh mendaftar untuk sesi Oktober 2010.
  3. Calon pertama kali ambil PTK pada Ogos 2009, tetapi tidak mengambil PTK pada Jun 2010, layak untuk sesi Oktober 2010 (kecuali yang tidak hadir tanpa sebab semasa sesi Jun).
  4. Calon yang sebelum ini dikenakan sekatan pada sesi Ogos 2009 (12 bulan kalendar peperiksaan PTK) dibenarkan ambil PTK Sesi Oktober 2010.
  5. Calon yang masih mendapat Aras I dan II boleh terus mengambil PTK .
  6. Calon – calon yang baru dilantik (KUP/Memangku) boleh mengambik PTK pada gred yang baru dengan syarat ada surat lantikan gred baru yang rasmi.
  7. Calon – calon yang telah mendapat Aras III dan IV tidak perlu ulang kedua – dua kertas, hanya perlu ulang kertas yang mendapat Aras III (tertakluk pada syarat ke 2)
  8. Calon yang mendapat Aras II dan III dikehendaki mengulang kedua – dua kertas.

Tarikh peperiksaan PTK untuk sesi Oktober 2010 ialah 16 Oktober 2010 (Sabtu)