There was no sea lion at the Pier 39’s K Dock on Monday.
Pier 39 is a place where you can see lots, and lots, and lots of sea lions.
It is at the Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, California.
When I was there I saw lots and lots of sea lions.
They were very noisy.
Some of them were fighting.
Pier 39 is a very nice place.
I ate tasty clam chowder in sourdough bread bowl.
I love clam chowder very much.
I am sad because the sea lions were gone.
Anyway I think they will come back soon.
On Sunday morning, 20th December 2009 I lost my first baby tooth.
Baby teeth are our first set of teeth.
We can also call them milk teeth.
When we grow up we’ll be having new teeth.
They are called permanent teeth.
This is how I lost my baby teeth:
In the morning we went to a farmer’s market and we bought some ‘keropok lekor’.
I ate ‘keropok lekor’ on the way home and when I was taking the last bite I saw my baby tooth on it!
I was surprised!
Fortunately I did not eat it together with the keropok.
I showed my mother my baby tooth.
My mother cleaned the tooth and keep it in a safe place.
Later when my big sisters came back home from their silat class I told them that I lost my tooth.
I am so happy that I had lost my first baby tooth.
Now I have another small permanent tooth and I think I’m going to loose another baby tooth soon 🙂
Mayon volcano in the Philippine spews lava as eruption looms.
Mayon is the most active volcano in Philippine.
People around the area had fled their homes.
The government wants everybody to move from the area near the volcano because the eruption can kill many people and it will be a big disaster.
The lava is very, very hot and during a volcano eruption burning lava will come out from the volcano and destroy things along the way.
The Philippine Institute on Volcanology and Seismology was considering ratcheting up the volcano alert to the highest level, which would mean an eruption was underway, the Philippine News Agency (PNA) reported.
Mayon is 500km south of the Philippine capital of Manila.
There are other active volcanoes in the Philippine.
I think after Mayon there will not be any volcano eruption in the Philippine for a while but not forever.
Yesterday my sisters and I performed nasheed at the Maal Hijrah 1431 Carnival in Shah Alam.
First we sang the ‘Khalifah Song’.
Second we sang ‘Animals Love To Hear Quran’.
Third we sang ‘Alhamdulillah’.
And last we sang the ‘Khalifah Song’ again.
“Animals Love To Hear Quran’ and ‘Alhamdulillah’ were written by Dawud Wharnsby Ali.
It was raining very heavily and we have to wait for the lightnings to stop before going on stage.
It was fun to perform on stage.
The carnival was organised by the Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor(JAIS) together with MUAFAKAT (my father’s NGO).
It was held at the Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah or Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque in Shah Alam.
Shah Alam is the capital of Selangor.
I hope that there will be more chances for us to perform next time 🙂
My father will upload the performance on the YouTube soon.
WE ARE GOING TO PERFORM AT KARNIVAL MAAL HIJRAH (MAAL HIJRAH CARNIVAL) AT SHAH ALAM TOMORROW!
Where: Dataran Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, Shah Alam
When: Tomorrow at around 2:00p.m.
My siblings and I are going to perform a few songs together and we’ll be very happy if you could come and show us your support . For more information on the occasion, please refer here (CLICK).
Here are some photos of our rehearsal:
!!! HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!
The world is getting hotter and hotter.
Ice melt on the mountains.
The ice at the North Pole and South Pole are melting.
The sea level rises up.
The houses by beach hit by the wave and flooded.
I read that some islands are sinking.
Some places in Alaska are also sinking.
Some part of Kenya are having a bad drought.
When there is no water animals and plants were dead.
There will be no food for the people and they will die too.
This is a disaster.
We must stop it!
We must heal the world and make it a better place.
Now there is a United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark and I hope they can find ways to heal the world so that I can go to Sudan.
Jellabies live in Jolly Jelly World.
In the Jolly Jelly World everything is made out of jelly.
There are six Jellabies.
The Jellabies’ names are: