My father was cleaning out one of his drawers and throwing old magazines away the other day and he found this old valentine card that I sent them many years ago.
My wife was laughing at me with the message that I wrote to my parents. She find it very hilarious that he asked my Dad if she could keep the card. My dad said that she can have it so now I am sharing it here for you.
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The photo below was taken when we brought our burritos to the doctor today. There was a huge aquarium in their waiting area and it is an entertainment for the kids. Since fish starts with F, this post is linked to ABC Wednesday.
I took shot of the care bear bubble baths that my sister in law gave to our burritos a couple of years ago. They are empty already but I don't throw them because the kids love to play with it whenever they take a bat.
My daughter saw me when I took picture of it so she sneaked out and took the second shot hehehe.
I am not sure who of my burritos took this shot but I kept it anyway in my hard drive. This was taken one day when they were taking a bath. I am glad that they did not soak the camera in the water hehehe.
Some of you might have seen the photo above at my wife's blog but I am posting it again here. I just want to dedicate this post to my father who never cease to show his love for my mother. He never failed to visit her for every occasion, even if it meant that he has to walk on snow.
We visited last Sunday because it was my Mom's birthday. There are four people in the family who celebrates birthday in February. First up is our dear mother, then today is the birthday of my niece Tina, tomorrow will be mine, and on the 26th is my brother who passed away 7 years ago.
My wife is planning to rename this blog and make it into Photographs & memories. What do you think? Would the picture above be good as a logo design for the above mentioned title? Your ideas and suggestions will be highly appreciated!
Our kitchen chairs makes a great shadow pattern, do you agree? I love these set of chairs that we bought, the only thing that bothers me are the things that are attached at the bottom of the legs, they kept coming off. I think that the screws' thread are no longer good.
I feel like this year's winter is very very long. I can't wait till spring and summer so that we could enjoy the outdoors again, take pictures of beautiful water spots and not just like the one I took above.
My birthday is coming up so my wife bought me some hunting gears. My friend Tom and I are planning to go hunting next year so I am slowly gathering the stuff I need, thanks hon for the gifts! I still have some things to buy but at least I have the major ones that I need.
Camping and hiking were some of our most favorite outdoor activities when we were still in Korea. Now that we are back, I would like to be able to do that here with my wife and kids. I am comparing prices of the hiking boots and Sleeping Bag at shopwiki and I am glad to know that it isn't that expensive as I have anticipated.
I like Shopwiki because it revolutionizes the shopping experience of buyers/consumers like me. It gives us the option to find the best possible deals there is online. With thousands of stores in their list, you won't get off the Internet without finding the best deals for stuff. You also get to read their buying guides so in a way, you are being informed before you buy the product.
I went to Cabella's with my friend Tom last Friday and I brought the camera with me. I know that my wife would like to have some photos of the place as they have never been there. There are animal display at Cabella's, some are stuffed and some are not.
My FIL gave this pin to my daughter. It's a perfect timing too as the school is celebrating Catholic School Week and the theme for today is showing patriotism. Students are required to wear Red, White, and Blue, so Ms. Burrito wore the above mentioned color and pinned this on her top. Thanks for those who served and continue to serve.
Aside from photos, this is the only souvenir that my wife and I bought during the Indoctrination that we attended together when we first arrived in Korea. We were required to attend this practice in order to familiarize ourselves with the new place. We had to leave our two kids to our Filipino neighbors for a day, thanks to Ms. Lelet for watching the kids for us.
I was looking at the available jobs for retired sailors and I found some job openings at the base where I was assigned. I asked my daughter if he would be willing to move there hoping that she would say no because of her school but I was surprised that he said YES without hesitation. They really love Korea.
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She won an international smile contest for the month of October 2009. This contest was sponsored by Division of Pediatric Dentistry, Department of Oral Health Sciences, University of British Columbia, Canada.