Monday, July 30, 2007
Sunday, July 29, 2007
Had coffee with two girlfriends today (I know that I seem to eat and drink alot lately! ) and the hot topic of discussion was our boys' education. Yes, between the three of us, we have 8 boys! Anyway, my girlfriend was concerned about the spoon-feeding, rote-learning of the local system; whether such a system would stifle the children's development in a global society. Stopping short of transferring the kids to an international school, perhaps the next best thing would be to supplement the current syllabus with something more exciting from an innovative tutor. One that would be able to entice the natural curiosity of children, allowing them to explore, experiment and ask questions whenever they wished.
Saturday, July 28, 2007
So...want to meet at 1Utama next week???? DELICIOUS it must!
Friday, July 27, 2007
....that my kids don't go to school, and are home-schooled! WHY would anyone think that? Would I even go to a country where my kids have NO proper education??? Of course, then I have to say that they go to the BRITISH school lah....
....that I am grounded in my house because I don't drive there! Aiyo..... Again, I have to say I have a driver...
I am soooooo "cham" looking meh??? BLECH....
Boys and I were at the bookshop this afternoon, and S2 was reviewing a "Book of Knowledge" at the counter, and was reading out loud. A lady overheard his reading and commented that he could read rather well for his age. I have to say that the reading tutors had helped to improve his reading tremendously!
Anyway, my dad very bad leh... kept asking her to "SPEAK PROPER ENGLISH!". .... Heehee...cause she speaks with the proper British accent.... aiya..of course lah, she's born there and she's been in boarding schools since 12 years old wor... If she speaks our MALAYSIAN English, then something is very very wrong!
Well,...my older son also ten this year.... don't want to say old also cannot!!!
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Kekekeke.... Laundryamah voted me wor...Not because I am a cool looking gal, but because she said I always ROCK in the Yeeeeeee Haaaaaaaar sense.. Kekekeke... velly malu ler... Like I some GILA woman like that. No lah.. Seriously, I am a very naive goody-goody girl lah...
Healy also voted me wor.... heheheh.. I become famous or not?????
Who can I vote? Most blogger I know also already ROCKING!!! WHo else will ROCK?????
I know this sounds strange, but I am into DIY. I'm normally the one that will buy the tool box, screws and stuff! I'm the one that hammers the hooks onto the walls to hang the paintings. I'm the one that actually sand our outdoor teak table, and then oil it. Honest! I'm also quite a neat freak, and I would love to have some RED-colored metallic custom cabinets to store all my DIY stuff! And perhaps a workbench for some craft work too!
Will see what the job entails....got to wait for the call..... But from I hear from my ex-boss is site survey and basically ask all the right questions, blah blah blah...But the design and actual work will be done by the people over in Singapore. Then I look-see the final proposal/design when they are done. Think it sounds alright... See lah...
Mmm...HOW much should I charge per hour???? Any ideas??
From my previous post, I mentioned that I've bought a set of golf clubs. What is still missing from my gear is a pair of golf shoes. I wanted to wait for a sale before I purchase a pair.... Well, always good to save some cash, right? Went to my golf lesson in a pair of old Timberlands, and my golf instructor took one look at then and commented "This type of shoes are not for golf! It's for shopping! Please buy a pair soon!". How can I save some cash and at the same time get a pair of shoes asap??? Well, with discount coupons. Of course! The online site KeepCash has discount coupons from many golfing stores. But think I like the GolfBalls.com coupons. They currently have a $10 off for every $20 Purchase. That's 50% OFF! Is that GREAT or what??
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Me: Who do you think this is?
S1: Errrr....Mmmm... Grandma?
Grandma: No! It's your mother.
S1: Omigod!!! You are a NERD!
Me: How dare you call me a NERD!
S2: Errrrr...Geek then!
You see lah.. sei mou?????
Monday, July 23, 2007
BTW, I'm fine.....just writing rubbish...I guessed...
Friday, July 20, 2007
Anyway, when he looked at my feet, he said it didn't look like fungal infection at all. But he did another skin scrape anyway, and analysed the sample immediately. Confirmed that it wasn't fungal infection or whatever. Just a type of eczema. He looked at the medication provided by the doctor I saw in the THIRD WORLD COUNTRY and commented the oral medication prescribed was not the right one!!! But the first medication was CORRECT lah... So cialatt!!
I was not prescribed any oral medication this time...just some creams and ointment. AND the MAIN advice is to STOP PEELING my kaki!!!! My mom commented that if I don't stop peeling my feet with my itchy fingers, ten doctors will not cure my problematic feet!
Thereafter, I somehow do notice the different types and designs of mailboxes. Even the ones that line the Wisteria Lane houses in Desperate Housewives!! Well, there really are ALL sorts of mailboxes available in the market! Commercial mailboxes, column-type mailboxes, wall-mount mailboxes etc. The list is endless!
Took him to 1Utama the other day as he wanted to go to Art Attack (S1 didn't want to come).. As I was walking past Women's Secret, S2 said "Let's see what's the women's secret" and proceeded into the store, and then turned over a bra to look behind and then commented "what's the women's secret?" and then to another bra, and repeated the action and the comments "what's the woment's secret?" ...he did that to about 3 to 4 bras... I had to drrrraaaagggg him out of there... Soooooooo me-malu-kan.
When I "banked" him at Art Attack, it's like normal lah.. all the instructors were busy with other kids and their projects. BUT when I picked him up, they were all singing their "Goodbyes!" to him cheerfully, like best of pals like that. Knowing S2...must have either charmed them all or drove them gila liow...hahahha. Think that fella told his entire life story to the instructors. and soooo patt... asked his instructor if she was married lah, how old lah...etc etc..
I asked him.."you sure told people which country you lived". He replied "Yeah". Then I said "I'm sure you told them what school you went to too!". Then he replied "No! See! You don't really know me after all!!!!". Really pei-lei-chuai-cheong!!!
Monday, July 16, 2007
First, I also want to say "choi!" lah..this 4-4-4-4 business.. in Chinese very mm-lai-see.... This TAG is from Mott over at her tropical island or now some mountains liow.. Hope I can do this before the juice in my Apple become dried up.
Four jobs I have had in my life:
1. Shit Cleaner - Hahaha... yes..worked in a company that designs wastewater treatment plants
2. CON-Sultan - heheehee worked in an evironmental consultancy firm...that talk kok...
3. Table Banger - My boss always say I bang table wor....when talking to contractor lah...
Four places I have lived:
1. Petaling Jaya
4. Bangkok ...got more wor...??!!??
Four Country I have been on vacation:
3. US of A
4. Italy...this one also got more wor...
Four of my favorite foods:
Wa...this one very difficult...I so wai-sik.
1. Fish Head BeeHoon
2. Chue Yoke Meen.... Aiya..what happened to No.3?? Put here lah.. Mee Yoke
Four places you would rather be right now:
1. Blogging in the comforts of my home rather than sitting on this HARD chair in the cafe
2. Maybe on nice comfy bed
3. On a soft comfy bed
4. Really really on a soft comfy bed...my butt velly pain liow...think I've been sitting on this HARD uncomfy chair for about 2 hours....wanna balik liow..
Four friends to tag:
I think this place is where every kid wants to be! DisneyWorld, Busch Gardens, Kennedy Space Center, SeaWorld, Universal Studios etc etc.. H and I would love to bring the boys here for a holiday. It would have to be for at least 2 weeks. I doubt anything less than that would be sufficient to cover all the wonderful places. For that duration, we would rent an Orlando vacation home. I love the idea of having all the comforts of a home. The separate living spaces for the boys to chill out (so that they won't bother us!), washer/dryer (you won't believe how many sets of clothes the boys can go through in a day when they get active!) and the fully-equipped kitchen to prepare little snacks for those little growling tummies!
You won’t find your next clue
Under your enemy’s head,
But rather underneath the
Birthday boy’s bed!
A pirate’s ship holds many secrets
as it travels beyond the sea…
Your next clue is in a pirate’s “ship”.
What could you travel in?
You are getting close!
The vast waters of crystal clear
Needs some cleaning too!
Seek this machine for the next clue!
you're very close, young pirate
to your destination
what you seek for lies,
somewhere in the kitchen!
where chickens are roasted
cakes are baked
you can cook lots here,
...even your enemy's head!
There's a few more lah...but don't have them with me now lah.. Anyway, here's a Pirate Joke..
These days, everyone has a university degree of some sort or other. Gone were the days where having a degree makes you special, a cut above the rest. As my aunt says, throw a stone into any crowd and I am sure you will hit a university graduate with a bachelor's degree. I thought that was quite funny. But it is indeed very true. These days, a bachelor's degree may not be sufficient to guarantee you a job. Employers have a vast pool of potential employees to choose from. How do you distinguish yourself from the rest? Perhaps, a master degree? Or even a doctorate degree? Excel in other extra-curricular activities? Be an expert speaker-presenter? The list is endless, and only you would know which suits you best!
Anyway, am now sitting in a cafe wor... SO chammmm to check my email, and all... Worst of all, got to eat a very very fattening brownies with vanilla ice-cream!!! Some more Laundryamah said I "fei-chor" wor.... Bleccccchhhhh....
Saturday, July 14, 2007
NO Internet Connection over here at my mom's place!!! I have to rely on the whims of one of my neighbours... Errr...I have been "borrowing" his or her wifi...... So, think he or she have been out partying the last few nights...so had no connection whatsoever lah.
Today, I came and test out..wah! got connection wor... So, I have to blog to my heart's content lah!!! HEHEHEHE....
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
It did start to drizzle a little bit, but luckily stopped after about 10 minutes. I was thinking AIYO...how am I gonna entertain the kids if it rained?? The whole idea was throw them into the pool! Boys played with water bombs, swam, fought etc. Had a Treasure Hunt too. Will post some of the clues (which was cleverly thought-up by my youngest sis...her ENGRISH VELLY GOOD ONE!!) later...
Thought the Treasure Chest cake looked pretty good. I was quite pleased with it. (Nope! I didn't make the cake.) Brought back those pirates posters...so who knows? I might have another Pirates Party here in PJ.
Just that the boys need to polish up on their mandarin...especially S2. His mandarin-speaking ability is zilch! Plus need to REMIND them that they are chinese! Everyone is saying that my boys speak with some ang-moh accent already. I donno. I can't tell. I still think they speak very Malaysian lah..
Anyway, they will have this tuition 3 times a week. 1 1/2 hours each time. Not too bad what. Otherwise they will be watching TV, playing games. Right? Just today, one was playing gameboy and the other watching TV for many many hours leh.
S2's Singaporean classmate actually have to GO to the normal Singapore school this holidays. Immediately the British School breaks for the summer holidays, they went back to Singapore, and started on the Singapore school. Will be doing this for the whole of the Summer Holidays. So, lagi NO holiday for him.
This morning already had my roti canai x 2 and teh tarik at Pandi's (think wrong spelling is it??). Boys wanted to have roti tissue... otherwise would have gone to eat my kway teow soup. After that, took boys to the indian barber place nearby to have their haircuts. Last Sunday, boys wanted to cut their hair at this salon where they get their hair washed too. So... "thann" lah these boys! I said NO since we are coming home already...RM 8 at the Indian Barber vs. RM 20 at the salon wor...of course I chose the cheaper option lah!!!
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Yup! Boys and I balik kampung to PeeJay today... Just putting in a short post to kill some time before we go to the airport...First have to drop by the mall to buy the very yummy DONUTS!!! Velly velly good ones..Even better than Krispy Kreme!!!! Or is it spelled with "C"s??
Anyway, since we will be gone for 3 weeks. Had to do last minute cooking last night...so H still has some food to eat! Hahahah..Of course he will be gallavanting when we are not around..But also must keep some foods in the freezer lor.. Made "Lor Mai Kai" and Curry Chicken Filling. The latter for him to use as filling for his toasted sandwiches. Also stocked up the fridge with CapriSonne and other sugar-laden drinks! Hahahah..
Sorry...ar..if didn't go blog hopping... got to pack and last minute instructions to be given to maid..etc etc.. My maid shiok lah. Only need to come to work 3 times a week whilst we are gone... Okay..over and out...till later...
Monday, July 09, 2007
Sunday, July 08, 2007
Saturday, July 07, 2007
Took boys jalan-jalan and then went to the barber to meet up with H. Boys went in first, and when I went in, they said in unison "DAD bought a new computer to surprise you". Well, he sure did....here it is
I have to say that I was rather surprised! It looks quite canggih. Yeah?? I am now using my new iMac to blog. I have to say that it is kinda different. I am so used to the MS WIndows platform that I am not very used to this. All the icons are sooo different too. I have to sit down and spend half a day to find out what is what!! So, please excuse me if you find my posts looking funny!!
Btw, I told the boys that my old Dell still belongs to me. And S2 as usual "NOT FAIR! You have two computers and we have none...blah blah blah!".
Thursday, July 05, 2007
Pencils and Lead: Bought 5 packs of each colour.
Erasers: 3 Packs (since each pack has 4)
I didn't buy the cat bag as I didn't know what you wanted. This range have all sorts of bags. School bags, those a little like handbag, cosmetic-sized bag, wallet sized ones, drawstring bag.... etc etc. There is also another range called "cool cat" but think that's more for teenagers as the colour scheme was black, grey and white...
Did not buy the glue stick as they didn't have enough. Nor the rulers as they only had 5 pinks but only 4 blues. Wanted to buy the scissors...which were quite cute, but thought that scissors might be dangerous to your 2 year old!
Think I would prefer to be a PTWM (Part-Time Working Mum). I've been a FTWM and SAHM before. But mine you, I have never been a PTWM ever....so my reasons may be skewed or unrealistic. Anyway, here are my three reasons...
- Working part-time would allow me to have my own dosh!!! Which I feel is quite important.(Don't think earning that little $ from blogging counts as part-time work...)
- Flexible hours in part-time work would allow a good balance between working and family life. FedUp of work, very quickly can go home. FedUp of Kids, also can give excuse that I need to work. So, no problem with too much of a good thing!
- Continual intellectual stimulation,... and having a wee bit of sense of achievement...(unless I suddenly be such a GREAT woman golfer, I will poo-poo having a "normal" job!!)
Here’s how it works:
1. So easy peasy, if you were given a choice, would you be a SAHM or FTWM? Just provide 3 darn good reasons.
2. Include your post link to the list below and
Finally,3. Tag another three mommies
List:1. Immomsdaughter prefers to be a SAHM
2. Miche prefers to be a SAHM too.
3. SYH prefers to be a PTWM.
4. Shoppingmum is definitely a SAHM material.
5. WMD definitely prefers FTWM
6. Nomadic Mom THINKS she prefers to be a PTWM
Most done already...but maybe Dancing Queen, Judy and SAHM don't mind doing???
Many common folks would never ever thought that they, or their loved one would be a drug addict. The term "drug addict" somehow conjures an image of a homeless, jobless, filthy junkie. On the contrary; many ordinary people can and do get addicted to drugs, albeit involuntarily. The odd sleeping pill may help you sleep. The painkiller is alleviating the pain in your arm. Yes. These prescription drugs are helping you. Easing your pain. But did you know that prescription drug addiction can develop in just two weeks, and is almost inevitable after four weeks of regular use?
I had lunch with girlfriend after our golf lesson.... Had Vietnamese Beef Noodle and Fried Shrimp Springrolls, plus a Black Jelly in Coconut Milk (not a good combi)...went home and napped till boys came home. S2 didn't finish his snack - cake filled with loads of cream! And of course I ate the leftovers.. Took them to the playground. And some moms brought some food and drinks. I had a packet of junk food, a fried local snack and a coke. Went home, had a bowl of fruit salad and a slice of bread. At this time, I was already quite "zhai" (full)...Said my goodbyes to the boys and head off to the Dive Center.
H and his colleagues came directly from work...so most have not had their dinner. And someone ordered pizza from Pizza Hut..the new ones where you can pluck the cheese-filled crust out and dip into mayonaise.... Needless to say, "wai-sik" Nomadic Mom had a few of them while completing the exam sheet. I was really really "zhai" but the mouth cannot stop!!!
After the exam (of course I passed with flying colours lah...), we jumped into the water...and reviewed all the stuff that we've learnt, i.e.
- mask removal, clearing
- Simulation of no air situation
- Emergency ascent
- Buoyancy control etc etc
Then when we finally finished and surface... I took off my regulator and burped...YUCKY!!! Some cheesey puke actually came up to my throat. I had to swallow it back. Happened about 3 times. I have to say it was soooooooo horrible. And then the instructor said "let's do skin-diving".. I have to say that I was MEGA reluctant. The thought sounded awful... diving without scuba gearto the bottom of the pool. I was afraid that I would swallow water throught my snorklers and then BLEAAAHHHHHH ....all the cheesey, coconuty, creamy stuff would evacuate from my belly into the crystal clear waters of the pool!
I asked "can I NOT do it?"....He said NO...
So... I do lah... Surprisingly...could do it quite well... But anyway, I was very very EAGER to go home after that... Felt soooooooo quesy...
Arrived home and faced the porcelain throne! Yup! You guessed it!... EVERYTHING came out!!!
Felt sooooooooo much better after that!!
So...MORAL of the Story is "Don't Stuff Yourself When You Are Full!"
Tuesday, July 03, 2007
That's not right Sum Ting Wong
Are you harboring a fugitive? Hu Yu Hai Ding
See me ASAP Kum Hia Nao
Stupid Man Dum Fuk
Small Horse Tai Ni Po Ni
Did you go to the beach? Wai Yu So Tan
I bumped into a coffee table Ai Bang Mai Fu Kin Ni
I think you need a face lift Chin Tu Fat
It's very dark in here Wai So Dim
I thought you were on a diet Wai Yu Mun Ching
This is a tow away zone No Pah King
Our meeting is scheduled for next week Wai Yu Kum Nao
Staying out of sight Lei Ying Lo
He's cleaning his automobile Wa Shing Ka
Your body odor is offensive Yu Stin Ki Pu
Great Fa Kin Su Pa
Don't know why. But I do.....way from school days up till today, decades later....
- Using Buddy's Octopus when Out of Air, and Swimming to Surface
- Inflating BCD with Mouth, while keeping Afloat
- Inflating BCD with Mouth, in Deep Water
- Using and Clearing Snorkler
- Swimming 200 m, followed by floating/treading water for 10 minutes
- Obtaining the Right Buoyancy in Deep Water
- Breathing through Free Flow Regulator
- Removal of Face Mask, and Putting On Again
- Towing your tired Buddy (I told H that he has to MASTER this Skill!!!)
- Check Lists...
Have to say the scariest one for me was removing my face mask. I thought that would be nothing to it. But once my mask was off, everything exposed. My lids (eyes closed since wearing lens), my nose...and as I exhaled, the bubbles rushed and brushed against my nose and lids. I could feel water going halfway into my nose and I was soooooo scared that I would accidently snort it in. Wa....really full concentration to do this properly!
Oh... S1 actually did use my fins and snorkler at home...he's quite good actually and wanted to come along for Scuba Diving Classes...But told him no lah... Think I will be very stressed with him around.....IN the pool... I would be worried if he can remember to continuously breathe and NOT hold breath, etc etc. You would be worried too, right??
Well......tonight will be our 4th Confined Water Dive....
Every marriage would have their peaks and troughs, happy and sad times, ups and downs. It's NORMAL. In fact, a marriage goes through a cycle of passion, reality knocks, frustrations, forgiveness and acceptance, and finally togetherness.
A couple that tells you that they are always happy and never argue are most likely keeping up appearances. I can tell you that H and I went through a bad patch two years ago. Family, close friends would know that. I was lucky to have great people to talk to, to vent my frustrations, to cry, to be listened to. I think women feel much comfort in talking (I guessed you already knew that!!!). I would have felt worse, desperate, sad and hopeless were it not for the wonderful people that were around me then. If you find that you are in the situation where you need someone to talk to, but feel uncomfortable confiding in people you know, phone counseling by professional counselors could be the answer for you.
Although I would not want to experience those times again, it's an invaluable life and marriage lesson.
Life is a Journey.... :-)
Monday, July 02, 2007
Wa....of course I scolded S1 like crazeeee lah. I asked him if he cin-chai-bo-chai complete his work so that he can come out and play Dragon Fables on the computer. And he very honestly told me "YES". So, barred him and the brother from playing any games on the computer at Mandarin Class. I didn't pay hundreds of dollars for them to play computer games there!!!
Also, no TV today and tomorrow as further punishment...and if no improvement, TV's coming out of their room as well...
Aiya.... thought my schedule is kinda tight and he wants me to go and collect his NAD dvd player... and I just can't see any time slot available other than Friday....if I don't cancel golf.
Monday (today) - Cooking Duty @ School, Boys' Chinese Class
Tuesday - Scrapbooking, Grocery Shopping, Scuba Diving Class
Wednesday - Golf Lesson, S2's Play Date with entire Class, Scuba Diving Class
Thursday - Dermatologist's Appt, Boys' Chinese Class
Friday - Nothing Planned but First Day of Boys' Summer Holidays..
So...am really quite tired....
Oh..as for today's cooking duty, we were very brave to have two groups of kids ALL at once, instead of the normal one group each time... But we were making cup cakes...and there weren't enough time to make two batches... Waaaa.. I had to be AS LOUD AS nine kids combined!! :-) Sorry...didn't take any pictures...wallopped all tha cakes pretty quickly!
Pigeon Forge cabin rental may be the answer to folks (including me, of course!) who wants to enjoy the mountain fresh air and scenery in utter pure luxury. The beautiful log cabin have all the creature comforts that you would want in a home. A Large Great Room with an amazing floor to ceiling stone stacked fireplace, a fully equipped Kitchen, Master Suite with a King Size Bed, jacuzzi, a game room and a beautiful deck to admire the view of Mt. Le Conte!
Every visitor to the Big Apple would have a list of Must-Dos. Visit Times Square, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Stroll leisurely in Central Park, Sail to Ellis Island, Climb the Statue of Liberty Island. Many are also excited to Watch a New York Yankees Game or Enjoy a Broadway Musical. But do know where or how to get tickets. In this case, the services of a new york ticket broker can come in handy. Tickets to concerts, broadway shows, sports games plus other events can be purchased online, and way in advance of arrival in New York. This way, your seat to the event is guaranteed!
Today, I mowed the back lawn. See how nice and neat it is! My previous gardener is really hopeless....everytime ask him to mow the lawn, the lawn will still be one patch here and there. My handiwork quite good yeah? But H said the plants by the wall are starting to look like a jungle...
After that, I trimmed the bamboo by the pool... Err...it looks a bit weird because I only trimmed those that I can reach. Didn't want to use the ladder...in case I fall and nobody can save me!! So, the top part have to wait for the new gardener to trim lah. Then, I have to fish-OUT all the cuttings from the swimming pool.
Had a shower, ate my salmon/egg/cream cheese sandwich (YUM! YUM!), did a poster for S1's birthday, ordered some tables and chairs for Saturday's party, and it's only 11 AM.
Sunday, July 01, 2007
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Think I got a little over-excited and suddenly like diarrhea like that...spurt out so many paid posts continuously today... :-) Hee hee.. Kids over at friends house ma...Dumped them there this morning at 11.00 AM. Supposed to pick them up at 3.00 PM...But it's 4.10 now..and I'm still in my PJs and blogging away on my bed. Kekeke... Friend want to kill me liow...hahaha Texted her..she said boys are swimming now..Should be done by 5 PM. So, I go later lah....
Anyway, now I just have to divide those assignments over the week so as not to suddenly overload my blog with paid posts. My sis says my paid posts sounds like "informercials"...my girlfriend, not so politically correct. Said my paid posts "talk kok"...hahahah...
Summer Holidays are here, and many of us are taking the opportunity to travel abroad. We plan on Where to go. Where to Stay. Where to visit. We check on the best deals on tickets, hotels, and rental cars on the internet.
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