Since 18 March 2020, when the Malaysia Government announced the Movement Control Order, I was in my apartment alone and had no chance to go back to my hometown and visit my family. Last week, from 28 June 2020 to 3 July 2020, I finally went home! It felt so much better to be home and I was able to see my mom and dad and all my siblings too. It was a really meaningful week for me.
Anyway, I am glad that everything has started to be more normal again. The pandemic seems to be under control now and hopefully together we will win the war. When I was at home, I had some time to share and listen to my family about their experience while being locked down. I also saw some new projects of planting vegetables by my brothers and sister. The house was painted with blue colour paint and I heard about their celebration of Eid, Hari Raya!
My parents and I also went to visit my uncle who lives in my dad's hometown in Tanah Seratus. We were able to witness the use of new technology - using a drone to spray the weeds on the paddy field. One of my cousins showed me how the drone works and I was totally amazed by it. Looking at how they developed the use of the drone on the paddy field made me excited and proud of them. We had some nice chats about the plan and the future of the drone in the work of planting the paddy field.
When I started my journey back to Petaling Jaya, Fawwaz and Fahiim, my nephews decided to join me. They were so excited to jump into the swimming pool at my place and had a great time as the end of their school holidays approaches.
Let's all stay positive and hopefully everything will go back to normal for real!
PS: I am working at the office as per usual now - how about you?