Archive for July, 2012
Here in our country, the motorcyle trend is at boom as the prices for motorcycle fell and gas prices went up. Instead of using cars which are expensive to buy and own, people are opting for a motorcycle. They find that they can go faster to their route especially when traffic is slow. It is also important to know that riding in a motorcycle is more dangerous than in a car. That’s why they must also invest in a quality motorcycle helmet like the Shoei RF-1100 Pious to protect them. Of course, they should wear protective clothing too.
One of the things I’ve noticed is the older you grow the more you are fascinated with plants. My lola for one was so fascinated with them that she planted lots in her backyard. She would tend to it every morning after she has had her breakfast and finished the chores around the house. She would also talk to them to “encourage” them to grow and bloom.
That’s why it was no wonder that she got
plants for 65th birthday. She was just happy to add more to her collection. Even if it’s a simple gift it was enough for her. She tended to them well into her old age.
As a result of my hubby’s free musical workshop for kids, the kids have now grouped themselves and formed not one, not two but five bands. Hurray! Take note that most of the kids are below 15 years old and some are even below 10 years old so this is quite an achievement.
Here’s some random shots I took of them while practicing.
I’m glad our church makes it possible for our kids to spend some time to make some music. If not for their mackie loudspeakers, drums, and of course their building as a venue then this wouldn’t have been possible. Their recital is coming up and we’re excited to watch the kids perform in front of an audience for the first time.
My husband always says that I’m blessed with the long and uninterrupted sleep. I admit it’s all true. Insomnia is an alien word for me. I can sleep at will any time of the day or night. Sometimes I even enjoy 10 hours of sleep. Plus I can still take a nap in the afternoon while breastfeeding my youngest.
That’s why it’s sad to know that other people are not blessed with sleep like I am. I heard about the ambien side effects – a drug they take for insomnia – like hives, difficulty breathing, swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat and it’s enough to make me shiver. Thank God I don’t have insomnia!