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Monday, April 19, 2010

This photos of the flowers is taken by a cousin who is in the philippines right now doing some church seminars. Can't say anything more but love'em, love 'em. Just want to share the photos.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Don't you just hate feeling sharp little "breaks" when you run your hand through your hair?Buy a popular brand of hair oil. Whether or not you own one, you must have a bottle.

Warm the bottle up. Roll the bottle in between the palms of your hand for at least 10 minutes. Or, if you're impatient, there's an alternate method you could do:
* Fill a pitcher (plastic) with hot water. (Be careful that it isn't too hot!)
* Dip the oil into the pitcher, and wait for at least 2 minutes.
* Bring it up again, and gently shake it close to you ear. If you hear something going "swish swish," then it's fine to use. If there is no sound at all, then dip again for about a 1 minute and 30 seconds.
Hop into the shower with your shampoo, conditioner, and hair oil. Use a jaw clip for the hair if you don't want shampoo/conditioned hair on your back, but this is optional.Pour out some oil into you palm. Be sure it's not filling up the space in your entire palm, just a very small puddle. If you are not sure what to do, then try to imagine putting a dot on top a dime.Rub the oil. This includes on the bottom ends of your hair, left side, and right side. Keep putting on oil until hair is somewhat slick. After that, count 60 seconds, and wash off.

Shampoo. Use whatever shampoo that you favor, and apply that onto your hair. After massaging and lathering, wait 60 seconds, and then wash off.Condition. Be sure not to use a whole gob, now! This causes hair to be very oily. Squeeze out a drop that would fit your palm. To do that, hold out your hand in a position like you would be taking a palmful of something. Then, just lather and massage like regular. Then wait 60 seconds, and wash off.Finish your bath. Then, absorb hair in a regular bath towel or a microfiber hair towel. It's optional if you could either blow-dry or let it naturally dry. Use a comb, instead of a brush, to untangle your hair. After an hour or two, run a hand through your hair, and see if there are any rough ends.

Day 2
Hop into the shower and wash off oil, without any shampoo, or conditioner. Keep rinsing until your hair doesn't feel slick anymore.Take your bath towel and dry your hair, partially, not all the way. Put on hair oil. Place hair oil on the same places as you put it the day before. Wait 60 seconds. Then rinse off.

Shampoo. Use your regular shampoo and lather your hair, massage it. Wait 60 seconds, then rinse off shampoo.Condition. Apply conditioner to your hair, but don't apply too much. After lathering and massaging wait 60 seconds, then rinse off. Finish your bath. Blow dry or naturally dry your hair. Be sure to use a comb that has not been used by someone else.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Well I woke up today feeling lazy, felt like i don't want to do anything. As I was getting ready walking with my daughter to school, saw that the weather so gloomy, after I came back home and ready to get busy...start snowing! Can you believe that?Snow on April it is so unusual.. what can I say weather is so unpredictable at time.

Afternoon, it quit snowing the after an hour or so, started snowing again. It is very chilly outside, poor perennial plants I'd planted 2 weeks ago. Anyway, that is the part of my Thursday so far.

Then my daughter came home and head out to the Humane Society to adopt a puppy. Saw a dog that we all liked. It is Spaniel/Terrier Mix, 7 months old. Kids are very happy hope I would not end up taking care of it. Or else they will be in a big kind of trouble.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

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Monday, April 5, 2010

Kids are back to school today, they had a hard time waking up and back to normal routine. Yesterday my son came home from Church spring break trip for 5 days, he enjoyed being away from home. But today crankiness came alive, because they weren't ready for spring break to be over, beside of that the weather is not cooperating. IT has been snowing mix with rain this morning, seem like it slow down now but still cloudy and the rain wanted to come down still.

Well, its Monday and all we can do is right it off and hoping for a great day tomorrow. At least that is how I feel, got to go and get me some hot of cup of coffee and chill for a little bit and work. Happy Monday everyone!

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Don't have anything to wear? Look again, but this time be creative. You can be fashionable using your existing wardrobe. Here's how:

Attach long ribbons to a dress and weave them around your waistline.

1.Be simple, but elegant. Add a single string of pearls.
3.Add a blouse to a sleeveless sundress.
4.Wear a sleeveless blouse as a vest.
5.Wear a vest without a blouse.
6.Wear a short top or long blouse over a long skirt.
7.Wear a long blouse over a tank top or camisole.
8.Wear a blouse as a lightweight jacket.
9.Wear a shawl in the evening.
10.Wear a wide belt around the waist of a blouse, dress, sweater or jacket.
11.Wear a couple of thin belts around your waistline at the same time.
12.Wear leggings beneath a short skirt, long shirt or long sweater.
13.Roll up jeans to capri length and wear sandals or cool knee socks.
14.Lace or braid several long ribbons through the belt loops of your pants. Tie them to the side or at the front.
15.Wear scarves around your neck, as a headband or belt.
16.Wear a scarf of a different length. Tie the knot of a scarf close to your neck, below your neckline or let it flow freely.
17.Pin small hair bows onto your shoes or the cuffs of your shirt. Pin a small bow to the top of your shirt pocket.

No matter what you wear, put on a smile.Recycle fabrics to decorate your clothes. Make ribbons, bows or fabric flowers. Add a pocket, cuff, trim or ruffle.


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