rain rain go away


salamz..it has been raining for 4 day now..yeah..non stop !! freezing cold here in comp lab,lecture hall,corridor..juz name it..kat bilik pon sejuk !!! baju dah berapa hari dah tak kering kering !! luckily i brought my KRU posse jacket.. haha..believe it or not , it was given to me by Norman,Edry and Yusry themselves to me on my 13th birthday !! funny part is, aku malu la nak ‘show’ my KRU jacket..imagine the jacket black..siap hood lagi..and the writing KRU POSSE printed boldly in white !! the start of this rainy season is not that good.. a few frens came down with fever..sofia with her sore foot..or thumb to be more specific…whatelse..oh ya..can’t miss this one,some sangat baik hati pergi kebas payung golf aku ! basically,i’ve been depending on this KRU jacket of mine!! hahaaha..jangan jealous okay !! anyway, this weekend , my school senior merangkap kakak angkat will be getting married. exSMARTians especially aspuris should know her.. the name is Faridah Hanim..ha, kenai dak?? so,anyone yang ada kat kuantan,datang la to her majlis perkahwinan this sunday located at Kampung Pantai Beserah.for further details,please contact missJulie.
to pharmacy students of IIUM, Yr 2 and 3 , selamat ber AMC… awareness and motivation camp 2004 !!azra,hang nak ikut aku dak dis sunday ?! kaylah,till then …
Rain rain go away,
Come again another day.
Little Johnny wants to play;
Rain, rain, go to Spain,
Never show your face again!
History of “Rain rain go away” poem
The origin of the lyrics to “Rain rain go away” are said to date back to the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603), one of the English Tudor monarchs. During this period of English history there was constant rivalry between Spain and England culminating in the launch of the Spanish Armada in 1588. The Spanish Armada consisted of many Spanish galleons and was sent to invade England. The Armada was led by Duke of Medina Sedonia and the the fleet numbered over 130 ships. The English fleet, under Admiral Lord Howard, totalled 34 small Navy vessels and 163 armed merchant ships. But the great Spanish Armada was defeated. Only 65 Spanish galleons and just 10,000 men returned to Spain. The attempt failed, not only because of the swift nature of the smaller English ships but also by the stormy weather which scattered the Armada fleet. Hence the origin of the “Rain rain go away” Nursery rhyme!
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