October 28, 2013

Kids Fun Party

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A friend of mine invited us to a kids birthday party. There were lots of Filipino food and it's nice to see fellow Phil-Am kids near our area. There was a Pinata and the kids pulled one string at a time. The candies fell out after one of the kids pulled the string that opened the pinata. They were excited and immediately took the candies that fell on the ground. Little G is in blue, he got lots of goodies. Smiles.


Transforming the Patio into a Reflection of Your Vibrant Personality

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The way in which your home is decorated should be a reflection of who you are as a person. This extends to your patio and garden, as well. Many people enjoy spending time there and, if you do it right, it will look just the way you want it to.


It might seem like a tough project and you might not know where to begin.

October 23, 2013

Cool Shades

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The two boys decided to wear their sunglasses the other Sunday. Our church friends thought they look handsome in such cool shades. I remember I spent $1 for Little V's shades as he has small head and my $10 sunglasses fits perfectly on Little G's. I gave it to him since it was too small to fit me after I bought it online. Aren't they darling in their new shades?

October 4, 2013

Transform Your Kid's Room with Christmas Lights

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A plain, boring design is a big no-no when it comes to your children's room. Kids love adventure, enchantment, and anything that falls under such categories. They need something to stimulate their eyes, so that in turn, it may stimulate their minds and imagination. Because of that, you have to make sure that their room is as exciting as can be. Aside from cool wallpapers and toys, you can decorate your kid's room with Christmas Lights. Look below for several suggestions.


October 3, 2013

Cupcake Decorating Class

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Last Thursday, I went to the fourth night of Cake decorating class at the YMCA. We were told to bring cupcakes to decorate icing with. I remember in my research in the internet that it's nice to level the top of cupcakes before icing it. It's because the icing will have a good grip to the cupcake that way. But when I got to my class, the teacher said there's no need to really level it. I was over prepared, I thought. We were taught how to create roses the second time and chose a particular flower that we all three students can do at the same time. The two students wants to do shaggy mums but I wanted to do roses. The teacher said I can do both since shaggy mums are easy to do which will just involve one particular tip and that roses will take two tips and needs more time for preparation. I made some shaggy mums first but I wasn't satisfied of the result. I asked my teacher to teach me how to do the roses since my Mums really was a disaster (they look like shaggy tip of a mop or a wig). I'm glad I had stiff icing left and I was able to make 3 roses that night. Oh well, at least the cupcakes was devoured by my kids and my husband. I need to practice the shaggy mums at home. I am just happy for now that stiff icing consistency is the icing used in making rose icing. Winks. I hope to do more roses for my birthday cake soon.

This is the result of the cupcake decorating I did that night.