Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Swim With The Dolphins.

He was a nice guy.


Blogger nadya said...

salam and good day.
what happend to all the old archived and lovely stories of aunt su?

..hv a nice day. t c

4:11 PM  
Blogger Queen Of The House said...

I don't get it. What happened? Is Bergen going to disappear?

4:30 PM  
Blogger AuntyN said...

Tadi masuk tajuk lain, ni dah lain pulak.
Apa dah jadi, apa dah jadi ni?

*confious makcik ni*

4:38 PM  
Blogger Lollies said...


4:52 PM  
Blogger Noni said...

Salam Bergen,

u WILL keep afloat. The dolphins will ensure that.

I sure hope u did not delete all ur stories even if they were fictitious. They were beautifully written.

Keep well. May Allah be with u.

5:02 PM  
Blogger melor said...


god, if only u could see the anticipation look on my face while waiting for the next episode (ok, i know this is not a drama)

6:42 PM  
Blogger princess1964 said...

i discovered you from a friend only late december last year.she told me that your kind of writing similar to Frank Mc Court who wrote Angela Ashes. I read the book 5 times because I enjoyed the book so much. Like you he wrote about his life when he was back in Ireland. He had a though life but I guess it was "fun". Not many can write like you and the kampung scenes which I can relate very dearly. The Masjid Jamek mentioned over and over again and whats so special about the sarong...oh yes Aunt Su. I do hope you do continue to write and turn it into a book. Hope to see the book on the shelfs of MPH, Times and Kinokuniya and Borders.

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anon-bottom-up said...

So, this is not the first entry..hemmm...you had Aunt Su compiled and rejected? Let me suggest something...put it in the internet...then sell it for RM1...it will spread if it is good and if I million paid to download, then you'll be rich..and don't forget to donate some to me.

11:44 AM  

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