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Monday, April 30, 2012

The Copycat Symptom

She loves attention, and she loves to sit on the altar as the role of a mother! Everyone has to be around her, talks to her, and listens to her. If she doesn't get that surrounding, then she would go into a fit of pretending to be sick. Yes, she is old and feeling pain/ache is understood. It is not easy being old, unable to do certain things, and needy.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Heart of a Crabapple Flower

Just Stamens Inside

Let the beauty we love become the good we do.
~Rumi~

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

W Is For Weary

At the moment, I'm Weary, Wilted, and Wipe-out. It is just spring with all the exciting things to see outside, school end activities, and yes, the spring cleaning too.

With the Weather changes, my tiresome body is in pain! I can't type since my right index finger has a mind of its own, and decides to give me grief. Motrin 400 couldn't even relieve the pain, but I can't miss a letter in this Alphabe-Thursday!

My Will and Wish are strong though, so I will just have to show you some photos of White things in nature!

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Organic Products For My Organic Garden

This post brought to you by Whitney Farms. All opinions are 100% mine.

PhotobucketI have such a small area in my backyard to grow vegetables during the summer months, and I have no desire to use any chemical spray, or any unhealthy feeds. Taking advice from others, I only distribute used coffee ground and egg shells to mix in my soil.

Whitney Farms® products have been in business for more than 25 years, which promise the below improvements:


Friday, April 20, 2012

Beautiful Branches Of Flower Blossoms

Crapapple Flower Branches



Cherish your visions and your dreams as they are the children of your soul, the blueprints of your ultimate achievements.
~Napoleon Hill~

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

V Is For VietNam

I came to America when I was 17, and Vietnam was my country, of which I had not much knowledge of. I don't feel a connection to my native land, and have no desire to go back. It is strange how I am not even curious of my birth place, even though I have great and rare memories with my family growing up when I was home.


Monday, April 16, 2012

Spring Into Hopes

Walking around my yard, I inspect things that are growing, from wild flowers on the ground to leaves on top of a tree. It is a beautiful time of the year. Renew! Refresh! Full of life! Birds are scurrying building nests, and I spotted two nests so far.

A cardinal nest in the evergreen tree at the corner in the backyard, and a robin nest on the tip of another evergreen branch in the front yard! The weather is very unpredictable, but the air still fills of promises. I shed my own dead winter skin, and rejuvenate with the earth.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Pink Dogwood Flower

Dogwood Growing
Very few houses around my neighborhood have dogwood trees, so I went to Home Depot to look at them. These are the pink dogwood flowers that they offer, along with a few white ones, but pink seems to be more popular.


Wednesday, April 11, 2012

U Is For Unconditional

We all heard that love is unconditional. That is just a beautiful concept, and a make believe. Not so. Not true. Not anything like that. It is just a fancy notion! There are plenty of hidden conditions we secretly put in a relationship, but it is universally understood and accepted.

Not too many people want to discuss these hidden conditions or expectations, but we all hope that our partner possesses some of these qualities to meet what we visualize. 


Do It Yourself With Snap Spreader System

This post brought to you by Scotts®. All opinions are 100% mine.

Is your neighborhood noisy with the sound of lawn mower, and the smell of fresh cutting grass? Mine is, and it is very lively comparing to the winter when we rarely see anyone. We had a few days of unbelievably warm weather, and we saw people taking care of their yard by cutting down branches or removing dead part of the trees.

I too, have made a call to my lawn care provider to mow the tall grass, and he brought with him the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System to feed and fertilize my lawn. However, since he charged me more for this service, which I could do myself, I decided to make an investment in this new product. After watching the video below, I am sold on the idea.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Blogger New Dashboard

I don't like the new change on blogger, the what-so-called dashboard is such a terrible mess, and it will take me some times to get used to.

I like everything laid out like this:



Friday, April 6, 2012

Different Type of Pink Columbine

HAPPY EASTER!


Group of Columbine Flowers
Columbines have many different varieties, shapes, colors and types. They are pretty and delicate looking. I have posted the Baby Pink here last week, and shown another type of Pink and White Columbine last year.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

T Is For Tradition

The Asian tradition is to honor and worship parents, particularly in my family, especially with my mother. She believes that her children owe their lives to her because she brought us out to the world. Now, we can debate this issue until we see double rainbows, but any discussion or challenging thoughts on this matter is useless to my mom.

Monday, April 2, 2012

She Prays

Growing up with a religious belief, what important to Fairy Mother is prayer, but not the kind of praying that carries any deep meaning or developing a personal connection with God. The kind of praying Fairy Mother used to, is the recital ones from memory!

They were learned and chanted back, like echo in an empty field. Her whole life, she goes to church, and she chants her learned prayers as faithful as Jesus' disciples. She has never missed a Sunday mass. She is a loyal Catholic to the root of its tradition.

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