Yeap. I just married. On last 26th November 2010, I’m now a rightful husband to Hazwani a.k.a @n3thead
We’ve known each other in Yahoo 360 but there was nothing special. But since it serves as our starting point, that’s why we put Yahoo 360 at our bunting. No they didn’t sponsor us. We do wished for it anyway.
Haven’t her add me there, I didn’t know where am I now. However, there’s no real love messages at that moment. For a year, we only communicate through online / instant messages talking about boring stuff that sometimes each of us get bored.
Until I decided to met her, even though she refuse.
Because she’s introvert. She can’t seem to fit very well with others.
As for me, I quickly felt lonely when I doesn’t have a female partner to say stuff, to have extra responsibilities and weight. In other words, I felt the need to be needed. But not needing the work.
All I need is a simple lovable companionship.
So things change when we met. For the first time I know the real person behind the one that I always sms and chatting.
So day and weeks passed by. We have long-distance relationship. We find the chemistry. I send my parents to merisik her. Then getting engaged with her. And it was her that told me at my 25th birthday I should announce the day I’m getting married since there’s a lot of people wishing me at my birthday.
Because all this time, I kept my relationship a secret. But I do leak out few of it on my blog under the category FTW.
For The Wani.
If you follow me on twitter, you can see how forgetful I am. Funny thing is that on the solemnization day, I forgot to bring my Songket. Parents already stressed upon knowing I didn’t bring when changing clothes at the nearest surau with her house. Lucky I have a neighbour who bring ‘kain pelikat’, decided to wear it.
Just right when we parked in front of her house, mum asked me to ask hazwani’s brother to borrow songket. Called him, he bring stocking. I’m screwed but ask him if I can borrow the songket that he currently wear it. And he let me wear it.
I thought I was saved, but not.
Remember my previous days post about – Tiada lagi istilah Wang Hantaran di Selangor (in Malay language) Before that post was written, it was around that time I discussed about wedding things with my dad-in-law. That time he want me to give RM10,000 as wedding-gift money/ Hantaran. Dowry = Maskahwin = RM300.
And during the day of solemnization, the imam said whatever money being presented in wedding gift/hantaran, need to be mentioned. Because in Selangor, there is no term of Wang Hantaran/wedding gift money. I have a tray of RM300 and also a bankers cheque written her name with RM10000.
And I was screwed because it disrupt the script that I need to say during solemnization. I need to mention RM10300 instead of RM300. For the sake of info, dear non-malay readers, I need to say: Aku terima nikahnya Hazwani Bt Muhammad Aris dengan maskahwinnya sepuluh ribu tiga ratus tunai. ( I accept the marriage with Hazwani Bt Muhammad Aris with the dowry amounted ten thousand three hundred ringgit cash.- this is direct translation, I’m unsure how english-muslims get married. )
All this time, i practiced = ‘dengan maskahwinnya tiga ratus tunai’
Luck was on my side, I was able to pronounce it within a single mention. I don’t know why but Malay people indeed really care about how many times you ‘mention’ your solemnization decree. As is if there’s a mistake, you need to repeat it until you succeed. In islam, it is just sufficient to say ‘aku terima nikahnya’ means ‘I accept/ I do’.
So now, Ikhwan Haz Wani.
Alhamdulillah, thank God for the gift. may we live our life well from here till hereafter. Thanks all wishes that come to my facebook or via twitterstream #tekongkawin
And I want to say thanks to Demascus for their song performance, Proton for sponsoring new Proton Inspira to be used at Bride Reception.NO I DON’T GET THAT CAR. Also not to forget, Intai-Intai production for all stunning photos. Special credit given to Abg Nazir from SyikinKadir Wedding Planner for making our wedding went smoothly.
There’s still another event need to be done, Reception on my side. Hope it will goes well.
P/S: I’m not a car enthusiast but if I were to benchmark Proton Inspira, I can’t benchmark it well because on I usually drive Perdana. Old Perdana. Handling is extremely responsive. I’m not used with Tiptronic and kinda hard for not knowing when to shift as the engine doesn’t commit much noises. I do drive Manual car- dad’s Isuzu D-Max. Fuel efficiency is high. Zooming at 100-110km/j with only 2000rpm is just nice. One thing I extremely love is the automated wiper when raining and also automated headlights. You know me. I adore automated things even the automated old Perdana radio antenna that will pop out once you on the radio. The best thing driving this car is that everyone look at you like they haven’t see Mitsubishi Lancer. I once parked the car at mosque, after I left, people swarming like it was a car demo rofl.
P P/S: I’ll be on a roadtrip to visit relatives next 2 weeks, from 13- 17 december around south peninsular malaysia. Sponsor us a ride please.