Emosi yang tak stabil adalah perkara biasa dalam hidup saya sekarang~ (o_O✿)

Time kasih coz sudi singgah ke blog picisan lagi mengarut ni. Blog ini adalah blog peribadi saya sendiri. Maka sebarang pendapat, statement, gambar2, dan segala-galanya yang di hakktuihhkan adalah milik tuan tanah blog ini (saya la tu) melainkan sumbernya dinyatakan oleh saya sendiri.

Anda boleh 'copy & paste' artikel yang anda suka. TETAPI, sila KREDITkan kembali kepada blog saya.

Blog ini juga TIDAK mengamalkan konsep, "I Follow U so U KENA FOLLOW Blog I".

Jadi, sama-samalah kita memeriahkan dunia blog!! [xde kaitan kot~ ahaha] English memang ke laut sket. Hahahaha~

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Keturunan Avatar?

Found this article in Yahoo page. Sounds funny but feel sorry for them as well.

Benjamin "Benjy" Stacy so frightened maternity doctors with the color of his skin -- "as Blue as Lake Louise" -- that he was rushed just hours after his birth in 1975 to University of Kentucky Medical Center.

As a transfusion was being readied, the baby's grandmother suggested to doctors that he looked like the "blue Fugates of Troublesome Creek." Relatives described the boy's great-grandmother Luna Fugate as "blue all over," and "the bluest woman I ever saw."

In an unusual story that involves both genetics and geography, an entire family from isolated Appalachia was tinged blue. Their ancestral line began six generations earlier with a French orphan, Martin Fugate, who settled in Eastern Kentucky.

Doctors don't see much of the rare blood disorder today, because mountain people have dispersed and the family gene pool is much more diverse.

But the Fugates' story still offers a window into a medical mystery that was solved through modern genetics and the sleuth-like energy of Dr. Madison Cawein III, a hematologist at the University of Kentucky's Lexington Medical Clinic.

Cawein died in 1985, but his family charts and blood samples led to a sharper understanding of the recessive diseases that only surface if both parents carry a defective gene.

The most detailed account, "Blue People of Troublesome Creek," was published in 1982 by the University of Indiana's Cathy Trost, who described Benjy's skin as "almost purple."

The Fugate progeny had a genetic condition called methemoglobinemia, which was passed down through a recessive gene and blossomed through intermarriage.

"It's a fascinating story," said Dr. Ayalew Tefferi, a hematologist from Minnesota's Mayo Clinic. "It also exemplifies the intersection between disease and society, and the danger of misinformation and stigmatization."

Methemoglobinemia is a blood disorder in which an abnormal amount of methemoglobin -- a form of hemoglobin -- is produced, according to the National Institutes for Health. Hemoglobin is responsible for distributing oxygen to the body and without oxygen, the heart, brain and muscles can die.

In methemoglobinemia, the hemoglobin is unable to carry oxygen and it also makes it difficult for unaffected hemoglobin to release oxygen effectively to body tissues. Patients' lips are purple, the skin looks blue and the blood is "chocolate colored" because it is not oxygenated, according to Tefferi.

"You almost never see a patient with it today," he said. "It's a disease that one learns about in medical school and it is infrequent enough to be on every exam in hematology."

The disorder can be inherited, as was the case with the Fugate family, or caused by exposure to certain drugs and chemicals such as anesthetic drugs like benzocaine and xylocaine. The carcinogen benzene and nitrites used as meat additives can also be culprits, as well as certain antibiotics, including dapsone and chloroquine.

The genetic form of methemoglobinemia is caused by one of several genetic defects, according to Tefferi. The Fugates probably had a deficiency in the enzyme called cytochrome-b5 methemoglobin reductase, which is responsible for recessive congenital methemoglobinemia.

Normally, people have less than about 1 percent of methemoglobin, a type of hemoglobin that is altered by being oxidized so is useless in carrying oxygen in the blood. When those levels rise to greater than 20 percent, heart abnormalities and seizures and even death can occur.

But at levels of between 10 and 20 percent a person can develop blue skin without any other symptoms. Most of blue Fugates never suffered any health effects and lived into their 80s and 90s.

"If you are between 1 percent and 10 percent, no one knows you have an abnormal level and this might be the case in a lot of unsuspecting patients," he said.

Many other recessive gene diseases, such as sickle cell anemia, Tay Sachs and cystic fibrosis can be lethal, he said.

"If I carry a bad recessive gene with a rare abnormality and married, the child probably wouldn't be sick, because it's very rare to meet another person with the [same] bad gene and the most frequent cause therefore is in-breeding," Tefferi said.

Such was the case with the Fugates.

Martin Fugate came to Troublesome Creek from France in 1820 and family folklore says he was blue. He married Elizabeth Smith, who also carried the recessive gene. Of their seven children, four were reported to be blue.

There were no railroads and few roads outside the region, so the community remained small and isolated. The Fugates married other Fugate cousins and families who lived nearby, with names like Combs, Smith, Ritchie and Stacy.

Benjy's father, Alva Stacy showed Trost his family tree and remarked, "If you'll notice -- I'm kin to myself," according to Trost.

One of Martin and Elizabeth Fugate's blue boys, Zachariah, married his mother's sister. One of their sons, Levy, married a Ritchie girl and had eight children, one of them Luna. Luna married John E. Stacy and they had 13 children.

Benjy descended from the Stacy line.

Modern Fugates Still in Kentucky was unable to determine if Benjamin Stacy is still alive -- he would be 37 today. Trost writes that he eventually lost the blue tint to his skin, but as a child his lips and fingernails still got blue when he was angry or cold.

His mother Hilda Stacy, who is 56, appears to still live in Hazard, Ky., but did not answer calls to her home. Other relatives are scattered throughout Virginia and Arkansas.

Most of what scientists know about the family was discovered by Cawein, the grandson of Kentucky's poet laureate, who had done pioneering research on L-dopa as a treatment for Parkinson's disease.

Later in 1965 he was famous for another reason. His wife was murdered by chemical poisoning, but no one was ever indicted.

Cawein heard rumors about the Fugates while working at his Lexington clinic and set off "tromping around the hills looking for blue people," according to Trost's account.

At an American Heart Association clinic in the town of Hazard, Cawein found a nurse, Ruth Pendergrass, and she was willing to assist. She remembered a dark blue woman who had come to the county health department on a frigid afternoon seeking a blood test.

"Her face and her fingernails were almost indigo blue," she told Trost. "It like scared me to death. She looked like she was having a heart attack. I just knew that patient was going to die right there in the health department, but she wasn't a'tall alarmed. She told me that her family was the blue Combses who lived up on Ball Creek. She was a sister to one of the Fugate women."

More families were found -- Luke Combs, and Patrick and Rachel Ritchie, who were "bluer'n hell" and embarrassed by their skin color.

Cawein and Pendergrass began to ask questions -- "Do you have any relatives who are blue?" -- and mapped a family tree and took blood samples.

The doctor suspected methemoglobinemia and uncovered a 1960 report in the Journal of Clinical Investigation. Dr. E. M. Scott, who worked in public health at the Arctic Research Center in Anchorage, had seen a recessive genetic trait among Alaskans that turned their skin blue.

That suggested an inbred line that had been passed from generation to generation. To get the disorder, a person would have to inherit two genes -- one from each parent. When both parents have the trait, their children have a 25 percent chance of getting the disorder.

Scott speculated these people lacked the enzyme diaphorase in their red blood cells. Normally diaphorase converts methemoglobin back to hemoglobin.

All of the blue Fugates he tested had the enzyme deficiency, just like the Alaskans Scott had observed.

Their blood had accumulated so much of the blue molecule that it over-powered the red hemoglobin that normally turns skin pink in most Caucasians.

The bluest of the bunch was Luna, and she lived a healthy life, bearing 13 children before she died at the age of 84.

As coal mining arrived in Kentucky in 1912 and the Fugates moved outside of Troublesome Creek, the blue people began to disappear.

Doctors say Benjy likely carried only one gene for methemoglobinemia, because he eventually had normal skin tones, and the likelihood of him marrying a woman with the same recessive gene would have been small.

By the time reports appeared in the media on the disorder, the Stacy family was upset with insinuations about in-breeding that fed into stereotypes of backwoods Appalachia.

"There was a pain not seen in lab tests," wrote Trost. "That was the pain of being blue in a world that is mostly shades of white to black."



Entry hari ni akan penuh dengan makian & carutan.






Wednesday, February 22, 2012



Rasa macam nak berhenti kerja
balik kampung
buat handmade cards or anything that involve with creative and hand making things
jual online
find products
jual online.

Yang penting duduk rumah dengan ummi and ayah.
Malas dah rasenye nak kerja kat KL.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Bila kita harus mengalah.


Maaf..dah lama sangat Cik Hani x jengah blog ni...Sian dia..By the way, as my description for my blog, sila maafkan owner blog ni yang tengah kemaruk buat entry kecewa..huhu..

Ada masanya kita harus mengalah dengan ketentuan. Sekuat mana kita cuba melawan tapi bila Allah kata Kun Fayakun, kita tetap tak mampu nak melawan ketentuan Dia.

Ya, kadang kala kita perlu melawan untuk mempertahankan hak kita. Tapi sejauh mana kita yakin yang Allah dah tetapkan itu hak kita? Kalau bukan?

Barangkali kamu membenci sesuatu sedangkan ia adalah baik buat kamu, dan barangkali kamu menyukai sesuatu sedangkan ia adalah buruk buat kamu. ALLAH mengetahui sedang kamu tidak mengetahui (Al-Baqarah ayat 216).

Memang susah nak lepaskan orang yang kita sayang. Susah. Orang akan cakap sabar, sabar, dan sabar. Tapi bukan senang kita nak sabar dan terima hakikat yang dia bukan untuk kita.

ALLAH itu Maha Mengetahui. ALLAH itu Maha Mengasihani. Kadang kala diturunkan ujian yang kita fikir kita dah tak mampu nak tanggung. Tapi tanpa kita sedar, Dia dah titipkan kekuatan dan kesabaran dalam hati kita. Kita cuma perlu redha.

Mungkin dia bukan jodoh kita di dunia. Tapi siapa tahu dia sebenarnya jodoh kita di syurga. Tak guna simpan kemarahan dan dendam tu. Bila kita berjaya buang semua tu, maafkan kesalahan mereka dan nilai semula juga kesalahan dan kekurangan kita, kita akan sedar dan rasa lebih lega. Macam mana kita nak bahagia dan hargai sesuatu perhubungan tu kalau hubungan kita dengan Dia pun masih rapuh?

Cik Hani bukanlah orang yang baik dan mungkin juga x layak untuk memberi nasihat secara mendalam berkaitan dengan agama. Tapi ini sekadar nukikan dan peringatan untuk Cik Hani sendiri supaya Cik Hani redha dan melepaskan sesuatu yang mungkin bukan hak Cik Hani.

Semoga ALLAH akan kirimkan sesorang yang benar2 sesuai dengan Cik Hani Kalau tidak di dunia biarlah di akhirat sana nanti. (^^,)

Friday, February 17, 2012

Bile bebudak bagi pendapat pasal COUPLE.

Sumpah lawak n sengih sorang2 masa baca artikel ni..uhuhu¬


A couple is kind of like a recipe with just two ingredients. You mix them together and — wow! — interesting stuff can happen. Milk and chocolate syrup turn into ... mmmm ... chocolate milk. Combine milk and pickle juice and the results are not so yummy. And sometimes the stuff you mix — like root beer and vanilla ice cream — will bubble, fizz, and nearly explode!

So it's no wonder that girls and guys are interested in those romantic recipes called couples. In fact, more than 4,000 kids — most of them between 9 and 12 — answered our survey on what makes a great couple. The No. 1 answer was that people who make a great couple are different, but in a way that works really well — like peanut butter and jelly. The No. 2 response was that great couples make each other laugh.

And whom did kids choose as their all-time favorite couple? Vanessa and Zac? Hermione and Ron from Harry Potter? Will and Jada Smith? Nope. It was Mom and Dad.

Isela, 12, chose her parents because "they're kind of from two different backgrounds but they couldn't fit better together."

Victor, 12, says his parents are his favorite couple because "they make me happy whenever they are together."

Grandma and Grandpa rated high as well. That's who Ashley, 12, chose as her favorite couple. "They are fun and make each other mad, but always work it out," she said.

As for herself, Ashley isn't interested in a boyfriend right now. "Everyone thinks you should have a boyfriend but it is really stupid, I want to concentrate on school."

But Caiti, 10, named herself and her boyfriend as her favorite couple. "We make each other laugh and we have a good time when we're together," she said.

Half of Kids Have Been Part of a Couple

Like Caiti, half of the kids surveyed said they already had been part of a couple, though with mixed results. About 50% said being in a couple was good and only 5% said it was a bad experience. But 45% said it was a little bit of both.

You take two people who both say, "Hey, you're the one for me." But what happens next? It's common for young couples to stay a couple for a while and then realize, "Hey, you're not the one for me after all."

One or both people might decide they like someone else. And sometimes a person is just not comfortable having a girlfriend or boyfriend. It's perfectly understandable. Lots of kids told us about how funny it feels to be part of a couple for the first time. Sure, it's fun and gives you that warm feeling inside, but in other ways it's just so strange. Someone is holding my hand and maybe wants to kiss me? Cool! Gross! What do I do now?

Timmy, 12, said he had a girlfriend for about a month and the best part was hanging out together. The worst part was "not knowing what to say when I talked to her."

And 12-year-old Jade said she liked knowing the other person returned her feelings, but the worst thing was "trying not to embarrass yourself every time you're around them — easier said than done."

Other kids said they didn't like feeling pressure to spend time with that person all the time. And many said they felt like they couldn't talk to their friends who were boys or friends who were girls for fear it would look like they were flirting or cheating. Being part of a couple sometimes means being stared at or talked about, both boys and girls said.

Tanya, 12, had a boyfriend for 2 months and didn't like that "the whole world gets to know your business."

And Melissa, 12, noticed that things didn't go quite back to normal after she and a friend stopped being boyfriend and girlfriend. "It never lasts as long as you want it to. And you're not as close as friends anymore," she said.

While about 30% of kids said they stayed a couple for a year or longer, most relationships ended more quickly. About 35% ended in less than a month, with about 14% making it only a week or less.

Break-Ups Are Common

But before you get too worried about all these couples breaking up, know that it's perfectly normal. It would be boring if everyone paired up in fifth grade and stayed together forever.

When you're a tween (between a kid and a teen), you get to try different things and imagine what it will be like someday when you are older. That's why it's OK if you're like Olivia, 9, and you don't want to be part of a couple just yet. "I'm still young," she said.

So true! Olivia, like most of the kids we surveyed, thought 13 or older would be the right age to be part of a couple. Of kids who said they hadn't had a boyfriend or girlfriend yet, 67% said they'd like to be part of a couple someday.

Most Choose Marriage . . . Someday

And looking way down the road, almost 90% of kids said they wanted to get married in the future. The top reason (54%) was that they wanted to have children and be a family. Lots of kids (33%) also said they wanted someone who would stick with them in good and bad times.

For those who said they didn't want to get married, here's why: It sounds boring (30%); forever is too long (29%); they didn't think they would ever find someone; or they didn't think they could ever pick just one person (16%).

But most kids wanted to get married and not just for a little while. About 85% said they would like to stay married for 50 years or more. That's 50 Valentine's Days with the same person — whoa!

But for now, how can kids celebrate Valentine's Day with the people they like? Lots of girls and guys said they'd use their cell phone to show they cared. Nearly half said they'd put their boyfriend's or girlfriend's photo on their cell phone. Others said they'd assign that person a special ringtone (21%) or text the person constantly (20%).

Kids were even willing to do some of the silly, romantic things couples sometimes do, like give each other cute nicknames (32%), write love poems or letters (18%), or wear matching outfits (12%).

But the No. 1 answer was to put two straws in the same drink and slurp together. What a sweet way to celebrate Valentine's Day! What will it be — chocolate milk, pickle juice and milk, or a bubbly, fizzy root beer float?


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Thursday, February 16, 2012



Cuma mampu update blog secara ringkas kerana emosi sangat tidak stabil. One of my parent's friend - DJ Razak ( telah meninggal dunia pagi tadi. Cik Hani rasa sedih sangat sebab dialah salah seorang yang betul2 memahami situasi dan keadaan my mum masa my mum kena kena fitnah (banyak kali okay¬) dengan stup*d fanatic peminat Radio Ustaz Razak juga sangat mesra dan humble dengan peminat2 nya dan beliau x pernah pilih kasih dengan orang2 sekelilingnya.Semoga ALLAH mengurniakan ihsan dan rahmat-Nya kepada beliau atas budi baik beliau. RASA SEDIH SANGAT! (maaf) AL-Fatihah.

Takziah buat keluarga Ustaz Razak. AL-FATIHAH

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Musim K.E.C.E.W.A


Gila lama x update blog ni kan...Sibuk sangat la semenjak dah tukar kerja ni.

Btw, lagipun Cik Hani accident masa Awal Muharam aritu. Ohoho~ Tu kite update lain kali k..

Just nak bagitau, Cik Hani dah ramai kawan kata tempat kerja baru ni. One of them is Na'imah. And she also having almost the same problem with me.

So kirenye kitorang 2 orang ni tengah dalam suasana kecewa. Miahaha~

So for now, 2 of us always talking to the moon.


Talking To The Moon

I know you're somewhere out there
Somewhere far away
I want you back
I want you back
My neighbors think
I'm crazy
But they don't understand
You're all I have
You're all I have

At night when the stars
light up my room
I sit by myself
Talking to the Moon.
trying to get to You
In hopes you're on
the other side
Talking to me too.
Or Am I a fool
who sits alone
Talking to the moon?

I'm feeling like
I'm famous
The talk of the town
They say
I've gone mad
I've gone mad
But they don't know
what I know
Cause when the
sun goes down
someone's talking back
They're talking back

At night when the stars
light up my room
I sit by myself
Talking to the moon.
trying to get to You
In hopes you're on
the other side
Talking to me too.
Or am I a fool
who sits alone
Talking to the moon?

Do you ever hear me calling
Ho hou ho ho hou

'Cause every night
I'm talking to the moon

Still trying to get to you
In hopes you're on
the other side
Talking to me too
Or am I a fool
who sits alone
Talking to the moon?


I know you're somewhere out there
Somewhere far away