Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Saturday, August 1, 2009
Friday, July 17, 2009
Thursday, June 4, 2009
I hope I can put all that I feel in words but sometimes it's better (for me) to contemplate on them. I am sad, very, very sad.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Just want you blogger friends to know that I am still around, just have a hectic schedule to ec drop lately... I hope you understand. Summer is fast approaching which means lots of work for me and make things happen.
hope everyone is having a good week!
2. bead and wire shop
4. local grocery store :)
Sunday, May 3, 2009
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
2. a drama
4. *itchy/moody - hehe
Most people would compliment me on something - that's why I had a little clue; the rest is just a product of my paranoia (j/k) *wink!
Saturday, April 25, 2009
For this week's theme on photohunter, I chose to post my dh's hand (more like an arm- hahaha). I thought it's very fitting for the theme because this hand will do just about anything and will do all it can to its power to safeguard his family and its members from being damaged (i.e. mental) or harmed.
Friday, April 24, 2009
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
2. Independence Day
3. The Thin Red Line
4. Road to Perdition
6. well, I guess that's all I have for now. If you want to play, don't hesitate to join! Click on the widget below to see/read other players. tfr!
Saturday, April 18, 2009
For my teacher, I'd like you to know that I enjoyed working on these projects. My shaker card came out awesome! I look forward to making more for family and friends. tfr
This week's theme on photohunter: PURPLE. I love this color and I love it even more on the wild flower that I'm going to post here.
Here's some facts about this flower:
Friday, April 17, 2009
On our way there, dh decided to give me a tour of the house he helps renovating (picture: 3rd column, 2nd row). It was a tour! That house is grand; but that's for a different post. After my little tour of that mansion, we were off to see the lions!
We arrived at the zoo around noontime. I was hoping to see my df right away so we can spend time at the zoo together. We did not find them soon enough, so we went on the route we normally go. Today, is just a lucky day for us, I guess! Dondi, the Gentle Giant Elephant - my ds' favorite in the zoo, is having her show in 5 minutes! We waited, watched in amazement, and enjoyed ourselves. While enjoying the show, I also learned that she's about my age and came from Thailand. She stands 8 1/2 feet tall, and she weighs about 8,000 pounds!
Phil, the trainer, uses positive reinforcement to train Dondi to do tricks and make other animal sounds. It's amazing!
After the show, we went to find my df while looking at some animals along the way. It was just a perfect day to be outside. We found my df and her family on our way to the petting zoo and the skyfari. It was fun to see the kids hug each other like they have not seen each other for decades!
Overall, it's a great trip and Dondi was the attention grabber! tfr
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
3. listening to a radio at night instead of watching a tv
4. all of the sudden you can't understand what the teenagers are talking about
5. i can't find my fave songs in the radio (perhaps, they don't play them anymore :(
8. choosing friends wisely - and keeping those old friends
9. a little boy thinks that you had more than a hundred birthdays!
Sunday, April 12, 2009
I always enjoy being around her. She's the little sister I must long for since I was little! She's a fashionable geek, very down to earth, very loyal, and most of all she adores our little ds *wink/jk. She's one of life's little blessings that come along our journey of life. There are not any dull moments with her.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
here's my installment on the lunch bag album that my df and I started. This weekend, we went to Bella in Johnston and found what a clever idea they did with the lunch bag. We went home and scrap til 3 am! I love having her around. I cherish every moment I share with her!
My album is not done as of the moment. I have a couple of pages to fill in with a lot of memories and then I should be done! tfr
the word triangle means tri - three, and angles. therefore it's all about a closed shape with three angles. Triangles can be classified according to its sides [scalene, isoscles, and equilateral] and angles [acute, obtuse, right, and equiangular].
A scalene triangle has three sides of unequal lengths, an isosceles has two legs/sides of equal lengths, and an equilateral has three sides of equal lengths. That’s for classifying triangles according to its sides. Triangles can also be classified according to its angles: acute triangles has angles that measure less than 90 degrees, an obtuse triangle has an angle measure that’s greater than 90 degrees, a right triangle has an angle measure that is exactly 90 degrees, and lastly, an equilateral triangle has three angles that are equal (60 degrees each measure). The total angle measure of a triangle is 180 degrees!Triangle is one of the most rigid, fundamental shapes. The pyramids that stand the test of time, has triangular faces... I can list more examples of the use of triangles but I am afraid I’ll bore you. Anyhow, this week's theme on photohunter is Triangle. I am posting a picture of the building with a tower in triangular sections. I go through this route every morning to the babysitter’s house. Tfr!
Friday, April 10, 2009
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
This week’s 10 is a little challenging for me since I am not a picky-eater.
I am going to list the foods that I can live without. Okay, here's my list:
5. chicken fingers
7. deer/duck meat
8. macaroni and cheese
10. steak, the "rare" done