Posted by: janet | September 8, 2012

Kids Holiday

Yesterday, Samantha was invited to swim in her friend’s place. Since she’s still on school vacation and I am taking a break, I let her. Apparently, her friend, which is our neighbor also, has a small pool in her place.

It’s actually just one of those you can inflate/deflate type of a pool for kids. To have a real pool at home would be nice. But to think of maintaining it cringe me. Of course, it’s different when you have a robotic pool cleaner. I think it would be easier to maintain it. But the amount of water you use would be quite expensive, I guess.

So having an inflated small pool for kids would suffice. My kids used to have one of those before. Now I dunno where I kept it. Maybe, I should start looking for it so samantha can use again.


Posted by: janet | January 20, 2010



Posted by: janet | January 23, 2009

One World One Heart


This is a very interesting way to know and get connected with bloggers all over the world. Thanks Lisa for initiating this giveaway. My giveaway is an authentic Thai Silk Scarf I bought from Thailand.


It is very easy to get this one. Just leave a comment and you will have a chance to get this. Just make sure you leave a way for me to contact (can be email addy or blog addy) you if you win this scarf. This is open to active bloggers only, by the way. International participants are welcome. And the cost of shipping will be on me. How’s that?

This giveaway ends on 12th February, 2009. I will announce the winner on the 13th of February, 2009. I’m going to use online number generator to determine who wins. yeah? Are you ready? Come and comment!

Posted by: janet | November 25, 2008


[Wisdom] offers you long life in her right hand,
and riches and honor in her left.
She will guide you down delightful paths;
all her ways are satisfying.
Wisdom is a tree of life to those who embrace her;
happy are those who hold her tightly.

Proverbs 3:16–18

Encouragement for Today

Wisdom is what people really should seek when pursuing “the good life,” not money. Money is merely a symbol, a medium of exchange. If you don’t have the wisdom to earn and keep wealth, it can ruin your life. Wisdom is what brings life, riches, and honor. Aren’t these the things people really want? Isn’t having these things—life, honor and riches—the very definition of success? We should seek, embrace, and hold on to wisdom, no matter what!

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