Thursday, February 14, 2008

Valentine's day is not for everyone one. Is it true?

I came across this brochure on one of the notice boards in my college.

Take note of the "DILARANG DAN DITEGAH"

I never know that Muslims are actually forbiddened to celebrate Valentine's day. Well, it really depends on how you see it but since this issue is sensitive due to religious matter, I shouldn't comment. It's all about the objective of Valentine's which is not parellel to the Islamic teachings.

However, some people keep promoting this celebration. They say Valentine's day is not only meant for lovers but also friends. So, my room mate and I have a very special celebration this night.

First of all, we decorated two chairs with Valentine's gifts and some titbits.

Then, we changed our clothes so that we can get better looking pictures of ourselves. Too bad we forgot to put on makeup.
After that, we swtiched off the light, and cover our study lamp with towel so that the lighting is dim and romantic. We played Jim Brickman's music and sipped some sparkling juice. Our "date" was rather short because I had to attend a drama practice. If not, we might be able to share one dance ;D
We also took some pictures together. But there were only the two of us, we had to think hard to place the camera that we finally placed it on a dictionary which is on a pail which is on my bed. Aren't we brilliant?


At 10:08 AM, Anonymous job said...

doesn't have to wait for val day to celebrate somthing with you loved can do it throughout the whole year..:)

At 3:05 PM, Blogger Shan said...

agree ;)


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