Amir Harith was asleep.
I quickly turned on the laptop and wait for its time to click away the keys on the key board. Its like racing. Yes, its racing against AH’s sleep which is most times could be unpredictable. Granny, A Blogger! I was busy the whole time today, writing comments on Dr.Azhar’s blog “Nature Lover”, who was my classmate in Standard six whom I have never met since. Hence, I do not have the slightest idea of how he looks like now and then – after standard six that is. It took almost all the time of AH’s sleeping time at 9.00a.m, 1:00pm but now 3:40 pm he is all bright eyed and well awake. But I already raced with him with late lunch…Why racing when he is up?
Surprisingly, some times he just let me be on my own with this blog while he kept himself busy with his toys that I purposely placed close to him. Only these couple of days, he started throwing them a bit further than where he was sitting. His mattress together with any available cushions from the sofa, were gathered all around him in case he turned and fell off. Apparently, he knew too well how to attract my attention. He would turn the other way round twice so that he nearly fell off. Ha ha ha, that little Amir Harith surely knew his way with his grandma.
But why grandma was ever so busy these past couple of days? Oh, I forgot to write about the helper...fevering for two days. So, she need not work. That was why grandma was in a rush, rush, rush SO she became a dot, dot, dot!
All other hotels listed down in the given list by UTM, were fully booked by ten o’clock the morning before today. However, My.Fred noted that “Aunty, I would try to upgrade your accommodation (serviced apartment) once you arrived”. The next sms read, “Aunty, I would upgrade your accommodation especially for you”. Mr.Fredrick, in case you are reading my blog tonight, I am going to claim your promise. Promise me, won’t you?
Now, alhamdulillah, I have all the peace in the world, he is nearby but deep in his sleep. Next to him, lying close together is his beloved mom…a busy mother who turned a student, a worker, a mother and a wife. But most of all a very thoughtful and a very loving daughter to me…as The Lady Who Lives Down The Stairs.