Starting with an inspiring person as the cover girl to detailed know-how and delicious yet simple-to-make recipes, Her World has been filling up my days since I picked it up from the library’s shelf a fortnight ago. The last time I had a magazine marathon was in my teens. Librarians are now accustomed to my presence every morning – rummaging through the stack of magazines for past issues; returning and borrowing, again and again.
Reading the issue where Siti Kasim talked about asking her ustaz, “Who created Allah?” reminds me of my question to my mother, “If Buddha created humans, who created Buddha?”
And I nod my head in agreement when Daphne Iking, in the cover story for a recent issue, shares about using the correct terms when it comes to teaching the young about the bees and birds.
The Carpenters’ Yesterday Once More slips into my mind while my h hand dt stops at t th the l last page, which is titled ‘A song to mama’. The Carpenters’ songs are my mum’s favourite, and this particular song is special for the two of us as it has been our bond through thick and thin. Cutting a long story short, I’ll put a stop to my appreciation and tribute for now as I’m going to create a buzz in the kitchen for my loved ones. Gracia, Her World!
This month’s winner won a Sephora Collection set worth RM327