Dear girls, please do not go missing especially on purpose. Pity your poor parents. This morning I read from the other blogs, the case of the missing Siti, a final year bio-med student. Thank goodness she's safely home now. I would have fainted many times if I were the parents. I had that real life experiece when my 8 year old son went missing some years back. Till today I still do not know what made Alan left the house at 2 am. He went missing for 12 hours. We found him later in the shool compound with camping equipments. As for Siti, since she's a big girl, I hope she can explain to her parents what really happened. I always cautioned my girls not to go out alone. These days it is not as safe as when I was a student. I am more worried when Uda go to K.L. alone these days. Funny thing I am less worried when my girls were in U.K. Lia presently in Jordan had reported she is safely back in Irbid after visiting Turkey with a group of friends. Yana in Egypt had just messaged that she is now on the way to Siwa after visiting Matroh 7 hours by bus from Cairo where she resides ( She's taking a group of Malaysian friends on vacation, her former schoolmates who are studying medicine in Ireland). You see I could not be over worried about my girls who are overseas because I could not watch over them everyday. So I resorted to 'berdoa' say lots of prayers for their safety everyday and 'tawakkal'alallah' ie leave their safety in the hands of Allah.I would not stop them from visiting places because I know they have the adventurous spirit like their mother!