A Rumah Terbuka was meant as a platform to apologizes and ask for forgiveness. It is also a place where you can actually entertain friends and people around you. On Saturday 26th October, went to Nadia’s house with Regie, Linda and her fiance Apai.
Nak dijadikan cerita bila dah sampai Nadia’s neighborhood, kami dengan konfidennya pergi ke salah satu rumah yg dok organize rumah terbuka. Tunggu punya tunggu, Nadia tak muncul2x juga. Being me – not a patient person, I called her ;
” Nadia, where are you? We are like practically at the front door of your house”
“Arrr? Where lar you guys? I AM AT the front door and I don’t see you.”
“We are like at the area where they have this red canopies tents with NAZA emblem on them”
“LOL! THAT’S NOT MY HOUSE laar! It’s Datuk Dzul’s house from NAZAKIA !!!”
Hhahaha.. dengan selamba and control malu, all of us went out from the house. Geez~ What an experience – but I kinda like it though. Anyway, found Nadia’s house which was like immensely (well not really la..Im exaggerating haha!) thronged with guests and pink-and-white canopies tents. The house served Moghul dishes (Nadia said as per emails she circulated to us) maybe to pay tribute to her Afghani/Pakistani root; although she said that’s to pay homage to Deepavali (OOkkkk..hehe). Although she’s busy with her guests, she still have time to layan us we are really honored and appreciate that. One thing I found that Nadia’s family is a down-to-earth despite being being a upper class (her father is the CEO (kot?) of AKPK (Agensi Kaunseling dan Pengurusan Kredit); the agency which is responsible to counsel penghutang2x kad kredit yang dibebani hutang tak berbayar) and living in a high-end area. They are friendly and approachable people and that differentiate them with other snobbish people who act-like-they-are-rich-and-try-to-show-people-they-are-upperclass-BUT-actually-just-middle class-people! On whole, thanks Nadia !!! And also thanks to Linda and Apai for driving Regie and me home.. jauh tu dari Kl to Putrajaya! Hhehe.. =)