Monday, 7 February 2011
07 February 2011 @ 7:15PM : I called up the kids to check and talked to them. Ralph normally answers the phone. After talking to him and Inna he says, it's Ate's turn. So I talk to the nanny. Nanny said the teacher is requesting to buy an new shoes since she always ties the shoe-lace. And so I agree. Then I talked to Inna and Ralph again.
Ralph: what did Ate told you?
Me: Ate told me to buy you new shoes
Ralph: did she told you to buy me Thomas shoes?
Me: No, just a plain shoes (I was laughing and I can hear the nanny laughing too)
Ralph: What's so funny?
Ralph: Mum, I want a Thomas shoes.
Me: Okay I'll check one for you.
Ralph: how much is it?
Me: I think it's 50 dollars
Ralph: 50 dollars, okay I'll take care of it.
He makes me laugh again. He is talking as if he has money to handle the issue. Kids are so witty. They can make your day so bright and light.
I was just intrigued with the song Chasing Pavements by Adele. The song for me is a continuous chasing of someone on something that isn’t going to happen or achieved. Futile. Useless at the end. And came to think isn't the same as Sturgeon’s law, stating that "ninety-percent of everything is a crap". Or is it likened to Finagle’s law, that "anything that can go wrong, will—at the worst possible moment". Just a thought.
What’s you’re take on this?
Published under Category issues and concern
Tuesday, 1 February 2011
Today, I finally made up my mind upon seeing the Blackberry Bold 9780. I just simply love it. The classic, elegant, and professional look I think fits my personality, (hahahaha! LOL) Kidding aside I like it's feature and the functionality. I didn't sign up for a contract I just bought the unit.
And so I will be giving out my iPhone to my cousin who just celebrated his birthday two days ago.
And yes I am using BlackBerry Bold 9780. Yes!!!