According to POTUS, pictures of Obama with Apple Mac Powerbook are displayed. He has a sticker of Pacman in front of the Apple logo. It looks like Pacman is about to eat the Apple!! That’s so awesome!
Last night Gift and I went to Walmart to get some stuff and we bought one costume and one sweater for Enzo. The costume costed 7 bucks and the sweater was 10 bucks. We knew Enzo has been getting bigger, but we weren’t sure what size he was. So, we bought Medium size for him.
When we came home and tried the costumes on him, it appeared that Medium was too big for him. We could tell he didn’t like them because they were too big on him. The hood would cover his eyes. Arms are too long…
So, today we go back to Walmart. We want to exchange them. We are so happy to find out that costumes for dog are 50% off!!!! Yahoooo… That means all the costumes are only $3.50. That’s very good price! We decided to buy two of them in Small size. They are Bee and Lady bug costume. Take a look! They are so cute!!
I received these cute pictures from my friend, Hans. Why do dogs hate Halloween? Take a look at pictures below!
Just practice using Art Rage to draw up a picture of cat. This drawing is a part of thread discussion in Art Rage forum. Click the link to see other people’s paints. They all are so talented!
My paint is ugly, but I’m kind of like it.
Her name is “Garla”
Yay…. Garla is privilege enough to be presented as my 100th post. Can you believe that I’ve already written 100 blog entries.
I’m totally bias. I’m giving so much love and attention to Enzo that I almost forget my other children in Bangkok. They are Popeye, Momay, and Pooklook. I miss them so much. They never woke me up at 5AM. They never beg me for anything, but love. They are very sweet children. How can I forget them?? LOL Awwww look at these pictures below. They are cute, aren’t they?
Pooklook (Youngest Son)
I found this amazing website which you can learn so many things from other people’s ideas. This website is intructables.com. There are several ideas I found very interesting and innovative.
The first one is “Recycled Takeout Container Planter.” Personally, I like the shape of Chinese Takeout boxes. It’s hard, stylish, and most importantly water-resistant. What a great idea to use it as a planter!
The second one is “How To Make Organic Planting Pots Using Old Newspaper.” This is genius! Who would think of that! It’s money-saving, organic, and easy to transport the plants to the ground. I have flower seeds to plant and get them ready for the spring. I probably will use this approach to seed the plants.
Third is “Woven Paracord Bracelet/Watchband.” It looks fairly simple, easy, and fun. This can be a great gift for coming X’mas and New Year event.
Forth is “Grow A Square Watermelon.” Yeahh.. you read it correctly. It’s SQUARE”, and it’s edible! I don’t know if this is easy or hard to do. It seems complicated to me, but I think it’s worth to try if you are into fruit-farming.
The last my favorite (but not least) is “Light Bulb Lamp.” I like the contradict idea of lighting up the bulbs using the basic idea of lighting a candle whereas the bulbs should be lighting itself up with the electricity. The instruction sounds simple and doable.
There are still plenty of instructions on how to do cool things on the website. Go check it out. Some might look stupid – just discard those crazy instructions (some are just even suggestions). Share with me if you find anything interesting!
Pictures below are from Most Emailed Photos, Yahoo.com. These pictures are IKE’s aftermath. Pretty amazing, isn’t it?
Fish remain stuck in a fence as flood waters caused by Hurricane Ike recede, in West Orange, Texas, Monday, Sept. 15, 2008.
People look over the wreck of a wooden ship uncovered by Hurricane Ike on a beach on Fort Morgan Road in Fort Morgan, Ala., Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008. Archeologists say the wreck could be that of a two-masted Civil War schooner that ran aground in 1862 or another ship from some 70 years later. The wreck had already been partially uncovered when Hurricane Camille cleared away sand in 1969. Researchers at the time identified it as the Monticello, a battleship that partially burned when it crashed trying to get past the U.S. Navy and into Mobile Bay during the Civil War
A beachfront home stands among the debris in Gilchrist, Texas on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2008 after Hurricane Ike hit the area. Ike was the first major storm to directly hit a major U.S. metro area since Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2005.
Graphic shows approximate location of beach front homes in Crystal Beach, Texas, destroyed by Hurricane Ike