Friday, September 17, 2010

Selamat Hari Raya

This post may come late but Syawal is a month long celebration. I hope all you had a great time with family and friends and yummy food. On the first day of Hari Raya we took family photos at home after a good breakfast. Pictures may be found on my Mummy's FB. We went to open houses and recently I followed Mummy to her office because they had a big celebration and I got duit Raya as well.

I had so much fun despite the heat. There were clowns and I got them to make me a dinosaur and flower balloons. Check out that wicked smile of mine. I had a little argument over my balloon. A little boy wanted my flower balloon but I won't let him have mine. He ended up crying when his mom took him away. I told Mummy I won ;)

I fell asleep somehow when lunch was served and ended up in the office sleeping with the cool air-condition. 


Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Time Away

from the playschool. That's what I've been doing for the last week. I've been sick and luckily I'm up and well now. My friends at playschool are sick too. It was good to be home and thanks to the supplement my Mummy secretly mixed in my milk. I have been eating well but still picky. I demand what I want as usual and as always get it. 

I was supposed to be in playschool yesterday but I chose to stay home with my Nenek. My Nenek's been here since last month and this year Eid would be merrier with her around. Mummy's happy because Nenek's doing all the cooking. Mummy's tummy is bigger now and my sibling will be out of Mummy's tummy next month. Until then I'm enjoying my time being the only kid in the household. The rocker Nenek bought is mine for now till my little sister/brother needs it. 

Tomorow we might join a break fast do at Windbell and I might just get to meet and play with friends.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

It's Been A While



   

My Mummy is too lazy to update my blog. It's okay and I understand. She's carrying my lil sibling in her tummy and I guess that explains her out of touch with the blogging world. I have been such a baby these days but I can proudly say that I have pee and finally poop in my potty. Of course there has been "accidents" and I told Mummy that I was still too shy to tell that I need to poop so I end up doing it in my panties/diapers. My parents got me Buttercup the unicorn from Toy Story 3. I still want more collectibles but of course, I have to poop in the potty! Working on it!!
Here's a pic of me at my 3rd Birthday. I got presents, I love my birthday cake, I had the closest people with me and my parents threw me a pool party!

Monday, July 12, 2010

Peepee in my Potty

This is a quick update since Mummy's pretty busy with other matters. I finally peed in my potty yesterday. It has been a week of sitting & waiting on the potty. Yesterday I made history and it was exciting how Mummy & I ran to the toilet to reach for my potty. In other words, it was fun. I have two potties. One is the conventional one which is purple and the other one is a Fisher Price. It makes music when I pee or poo in it. So I can pee in my potty now but I still pood in my diapers. This idea is so still very new. It's not like i haven't pood in it. There was a time when it did happened but that was because I was constipated and it happened in the potty. Well, my parents are proud of me and let's hope I am potty trained by the end of Mummy's leave. 

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Pool Party!

It's Saturday & it's Rania's birthday! I'll be attending her Splishing-Splashing Party at 3pm today. I got her pressie ready & I got my swimsuit ready. All I need now is a nap which is not happening yet so I don't fall asleep on the way to her house in Putatan.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Kite Flying

It's rare to be out but when the time permits, my parents took the opportunity to put a big smile on my little face. We went to Tg. Aru Beach on Sunday and I played on the swings and slides. 

I saw a kid flying a kite and there and then my Daddy bought me a kite of my choice. It was the most beautiful butterfly kite I'v seen. My parents thought it was too colourful and outrageously striking. 

We had snacks while waiting for the wind to pass by. No wind to fly my new kite but at last I didn't have to wait long. Though the drizzling rain stopped us, I had my moment of kite flying. It was fun!

Friday, March 26, 2010

Go Green!






A newly formed non-governmental organisations coalition called Green SURF said Sabah should pursue a cleaner power solution and not focus only on developing the planned coal-fired power plant in Lahad Datu. The coalition acknowledged the need to address the increasing power demand in the State but suggested there is still ample time to explore renewable energy, such as gas which is more environmental friendly.



It's high time that we think of what's happening to our earth and help to make her greener and not pursue personal interests. In the short run, coal looks like the best and affordable solution but the in the long run, it's not green at all. There is definitely alternative energy out there. One example that we'd probably can adopt is by american company, N-Viro International Corporation whose patented processes use lime and/or mineral-rich, combustion byproducts to treat, pasteurize, immobilize and convert wastewater sludge and other bio-organic wastes into biomineral agricultural and soil-enrichment products with real market value. 

If coal was the solution, what this company is using is clean coal which doesn't affect the environment. Their green technologies complement each other and are build upon a unique concept transforming waste products into a beneficial fertilizer or ultimately creating N-Viro Fuel a renewable alternative fuel perfectly synergistic with the coal combustion industry.


Two different fuels, which are opportunity fuels made from biosolids and the other from manure, were blended with eastern Ohio coal and burned in the power plant’s fluidized bed boiler. The blended fuels performed well compared to coal alone; air emissions were below regulatory limits, and the boiler performed normally. 


If only the government would opt and consider waste to energy as a greener solution, our children, their children and their children's children will have a better place to live in. Let's just keep our fingers crossed!