Each house should have furnitures, even just the basic ones. We need tables, chairs, couches or sofas, cupboards. We even need refrigerators, television sets, computers, microwave ovens, air conditioners. But we should not forget that we also need ceiling fans in our abodes. They simply add beauty and elegance in our homes. We can have outdoor ceiling fans, indoors, and even portable fans.
So when our ceiling fan at home got broken, I was so disappointed because I always have to transfer the portable fan from my room to our living room. So now my mother is planning to have it fixed or to buy a new one instead. Good thing I was able to browse Hunter ceiling fans on the internet where we can find elegant designs of ceiling fans crafted from the finest materials suited for any homeowner. How I wish my mom would buy one soon.
My 4-year-old niece is my subject for my Mellow Yellow Monday entry. This was shot last week---her first day of school and her first day of wearing her school uniform. The moment I saw her with her uniform on, I grabbed my camera and just took a picture of her. Aside that she looks good on it, I was also thinking that this can be a cute entry of mine for the MYM.
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1 Corinthians 6:12-13, vs. 12 - I will not be mastered by anything.
I love chocolates. I can get too many of them. Everytime my mom brings home large packs of chocolates, I always grab one bar or sometimes two each time I pass by it. But something strange always happens after a few hours. I walk by the chocolate bars without taking a small piece of it. I know I haven't lost interest in them-- I simply have enough of them. No one even tells me to keep my hands off. I just know it was time to stop.
Occasionally we run into options in life when we realize that moderation is best. Like these examples: personal computers, laptops, PS3, Xbox, sports, reading, eating, surfing the net, blogging, texting and talking on the phone. Nothing wrong with any of them, I guess -- unless we take them to extremes. Because that's when they master us. and we have to remember, we have just ONE MASTER.
Here's a picture of me and my friend Karren in front of meats and spices. :) We were preparing for our lunch. I was still even slicing some tomatoes at that time. Oh, how I love chopping, cutting, slicing...but mind you, i'm not that good in cooking. :) lol.
These are my churchmates during our teambuilding last June 15, 2010. The members were grouped in two teams. Each team must cross the other side of the pool without drowning or even touching any part of the body of the member being carried up from the pool water. The fastest team wins. :)
Here's my entry for the Mellow Yellow Monday. We all celebrate Father's Day, right? So in our church, as a way of paying tribute to the fathers, we had a program prepared for them. So a night before the Sunday service, we were so busy preparing for the decorations and tokens to be given to the fathers. Each year we conceptualize a theme and this year we wanted the fathers to be kings. That's why we made crowns and sash for them.