Archive for November, 2010

I buy what I need, not what I want

Sometimes I think I’m not really a typical female. That’s because some of the tags that are usually applied to women usually do not apply to me. For example, I am not really very much into shopping. I mean, to a certain extent, I like looking at nice things, but I have no overwhelming need […]

Tutoring time!

It’s E’s exam week starting Tuesday, November 30.  He got a reprieve because November 29 is a declared holiday.  My husband and I are expecting having A LOT of difficulty. It seems to us as if the lessons nowadays in kindergarten are much much more difficult than what we had at that level during our […]

My brother was in Korea

The conflict between the communist North Korea and the democratic South Korea has been going on since my mother was a little girl.  Until now, there seems to be no resolution to their conflict. While North Korea remains as closed and as mysterious as ever, South Korea prospered and became a much admired country in […]

Just the way you are

This is Ethan’s current fave song: I found that it was his favorite while on the car ride to school. We were already running late as the traffic was horrible. I was not able to think about whether or not to buy gold bullion* as investment because I was worried about him going to school […]

So many things to write about…

…so little time 😀 Here’s what I hope to write about SOON.  Gosh, some posts are really way overdue! E’s family day my wedding anniversary post our annual convention E’s book day disappointment updates to Baby C — our new niece Trick or Treat Will I be able to blog about these?  Abangan!

My gift :D

Your Gift is Intellect You are a big thinker, and you’re always playing with new ideas. You are curious about the world. You enjoy learning and developing new theories. You enjoy researching, analyzing, and solving problems. Thinking hard feels good! You’re the type of person who finds most mental tasks to be easy. You love […]

Happy, but…

Every year, cost of living becomes more and more expensive for us.  That means that we have to earn more and more in order to at least maintain our needs and the (simple) lifestyle that we want.  We’re quite lucky in that we still get financial help from our folks, and we’re still living rent-free.  […]