Jan 052015
 

Hidden Doors and Secret Passages

In the Pyramids times back thousands of years ago, hidden doors and secret passages were built and used for certain purposes. Consider looking at the infographic below where the noteworthy hidden doors became part of the history.

There is the Great Pyramid of Giza, which begun constructed during 2470 B.C. Its structure has 2.3 Million blocks of stones, and obtains the height of 481.4 feet tall. The King’s Chamber, Queen Chamber and the Grand Gallery are connected by tunnels. Take note, scientists have been unable to determine whether the two narrow shafts held religious significance or lead to a hidden chamber.

Another significant involvement of hidden doors and secret passages aside from the Great Pyramid are as follows:

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Jan 042015
 

Telus versus Shaw?

Which one do you think is superior? Is it Telus or Shaw? After several years’ of loyalty of my husband to Telus, he then realized to try something new –the Shaw. I was actually who bugged him to switch to a different internet provider, but due to rumors that Shaw Internet is not really a good choice, especially in the building so it took a while for me to convince him to try Shaw. Just FYI, we are still waiting for their people to show up and hook everything they need to hook up at our apartment. I can’t wait for Wednesday the scheduled date for the installation. Time is getting way slower when you are waiting for something or someone to arrive.

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Dec 212014
 

Kids Christmas Gifts?

The kids certainly love Christmas gifts! It seems they are expecting those this generation. Who do you think don’t? Most of them are likely spoiled to it. During my younger days, I rarely get gifts and if I did, I must work hard for it to receive one like doing great in school or helping the parents doing the household chores. Apparently, life was not easy back then. But what about now?

To tell you, regardless of how easy our life would be, my husband and I agreed that our kids must be deserving of the gifts they receive from us. We explained it to them so they must work for it and if they don’t, absolutely no gifts.

For this year 2014 Christmas, I once  asked our two little ones if what Christmas gift they wanted to receive from us. Their simple answer? Please refer to the images below.

 

Kids Christmas Gifts

 

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Dec 202014
 

Every year since our kids started schooling at Nestor Elementary, they are having a yearly Gingerbread house assembly on the month of December prior to their Christmas vacation. It is so much fun for the students. Smaller kids are being assisted by the higher grades and of course there are also volunteered parents who help them.

The parents are paying $4 dollars to the school for the Gingerbread house and that includes icing. However, for the decorations, teachers are advised parents to buy at the store for the kids to use during the assembly time held at the school.

Once the house is assembled, the student takes it home at the end of the day. And guess what our tricky son did? He didn’t decorate all his candies, instead he hid some in his bag compartment because he had the plan of eating those. So tricky! They were prohibited already to eat candies after the tooth problems they both had when they were back home. As you know, the dental cost in Canada is way very expensive. If you don’t have dental insurance, then suffer to pay from your own pocket every dentist visit.  Continue reading »

Dec 102014
 

My dearest partner in life in good times and bad has achieved another milestone in his life. In whatever unfulfilled dreams and wishes he has, hopefully one day those would come into reality with all his effort, hard work and prayer.

My husband is a hard-working person. I am so proud of him and I am truly blessed for being part of his existence.

To my husband, I am here always for you honey, despite of my big mouth sometimes due to stress. Don’t worry, I am in-depth study and thorough experiment in dealing such life poisoning bug.  Continue reading »