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I'm back in KL

Thankfully, the docs kept their words. After I got my body casted with few layers of fiberglass, the docs allowed me to go back home. So, I spent a day and half, not going anywhere though .. but only to see my aging, immobilised grandma who I guess had been worried about me.

Anyway, last Friday was really surprising me.. my buddy 9W2STT (Salleh) and Mak Zam paid us a visit at kampung .. I guess as said before, there must be a hikmah .. otherwise, I've no idea when they could visit my kampung .. Thanks Salleh & Mak Zam .. you guys really made my day last Friday..

On Saturday, handed over the driving role this time to my wife .. she took the Triton key and drive us all the way to KL. To cheer her up and not to make her feel sleepy, no body in the car went to sleep .. and we just keep talking from one topic to another.. we had Sholala Coffee (did I got the name right??) at Seremban R&R.

Had few conversation on air at night and this morning .. still remember everybody .. so, guess I'm as good as before .. (might not 'as good as new' tho' .. hee.. hee).


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