Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Christmas Lights!

With the outset of Christmas, I can almost feel the excitement. More and more houses has already installed outdoor lighting and Christmas decorations, making our compound look festive. There’s a particular house that really shines and stands out among others. There was not a corner without lights, LOL! Every passerby was amazed at how beautiful the house looks. Well, I can just imagine her electric bill after December, hehe!

Monday, November 29, 2010

Climbing The Stairs

The mobility of my nine month old surprises me everyday. As you will in this video, he's not scared at all in climbing the stairs. His goal, reached the top to get to his ate. :D


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Friday, November 26, 2010

A Journey for a Mom Learning to Budget a Checkbook

One of the toughest parts of being a mother is learning how to budget your money. I was never any good at budgeting a checkbook and there were several times where I came very close to overdrawing on my account. Sometimes there were days where I lived on $4 because it was all I had left.

As a mother I can't do that anymore. My children depend upon me to make sure that they have the essentials. They have to have a roof over their head, food in their stomachs and clothing as well as a few other essential items like electricity and heat in the winter. Of course these items don't just come free of charge, and like everything in life I have to learn quickly how to take what I earn as a paycheck and make it last. I have to learn how to buy all these items, save a little for emergencies and still be able to afford a few surprises for my children.

It hasn't been easy by far. The first few times I came severely close to messing up my checkbook. I even thought at one point that I would have to turn to a payday advance service like Payday One in order to buy some diapers for my children or food for their dinner.

Let me tell you this, it gets easier. As time went on and I quickly got into a routine I was able to budget accordingly and know what needed to be paid and how I was going to pay it. Sure the little extra that I saved helped me out but overall it just took a bit of time to learn.

If you are in the same situation I am in I can only offer these words of advice. It will get better. Learn from your mistakes and just know that life will get better!


Postcards for Your Family and Friends

E-mail is great, but sometimes it's nice to get something that was written by hand. Whether it's a thank you note, a letter or postcards from some exotic locale, there's nothing like a hand-written item to show you care about someone.

If you're a mom, you can start early and show children the value of handwritten correspondence. Maybe they've received a gift and a thank-you note should be sent. Perhaps they have a relative or friend who's living far away, and who could benefit from a letter. Pen pals and other types of correspondence have mostly disappeared in the face of email, but it doesn't have to be like that. It's still a lot of fun to get a postcard from somewhere far away or to get one that provides interesting information.

A lot of businesses make postcards, too, so if you're interested in running a home-based business while your kids are in school, you may want to look into the idea of having some postcards made. They're a great way to break the ice with neighbors and businesses that might be able to use your services.

Old-fashioned isn't always the best choice, but the new postcards are very modern and you can make them say whatever you want. Whether you're a mom teaching your kids about the value of responding to others or a mom who's running a business while the little ones are getting their education (or both) there are plenty of benefits to using postcards for all kinds of things. Get them with great designs, specific wording and any kinds of options you can think of. They're sure to be useful for a long time to come and your kids (and customers) will thank you for being resourceful and inventive.


Monitoring Internet Access of Young Children

Children are getting to know the Internet at shockingly young ages. While it was previously a skill taught in Jr. High and beyond, it's no longer that surprising to see a four-year-old successfully navigating the Web. While this bodes well for a future in which technology takes a central place, it can also be frightening for parents.

What if your child accidentally winds up at an adult website? What if your seven-year-old clicks on an ad for an online casino? These may seem unlikely, but with "one click banner ads" forming the majority of revenue sources on the web, it's not so rare as you might think.

So, the question becomes: How can you keep your child in safe territory on the web? Here are a few answers.

Stay with them. No, it's not exactly convenient to stay over your child's shoulder every time they're at the computer, but it's one of the best ways to ensure that they stay safe. Even if you set them up on safe web content, they may accidentally move on to other territories. If you're there and watchful, you can prevent this.

Unplug the mouse. There are a lot of sites, including Hulu and Netflix, which are offering family-friendly programming. One simple way to ensure that they stay on that content is to go there for them, then unplug the mouse.

Use a filter. While many of the web filters are designed for use with teenagers, the customization options and features for many of these programs may make them suitable for those in a younger age group. These range from free options to high-priced subscription-only software, but with dozens of options to choose from, you'll probably be able to find one that works well for you and your children.


Walking Down the Strip, Don't Go for a Dip (in the Fountains)

When you're looking to celebrate with the family, enjoy a trip down to the city that never sleeps. Well, actually, there are a lot of cities that never sleep, as the tired residents can attest, but the one in this case is Las Vegas, gambling home of the USA. Gambling is an activity that divides people – some love it, some hate it, but rarely does anyone fall in between. If you enjoy gambling, Las Vegas is a must-see destination at least once, and it's great for vacations. Although if you bring your children, you probably want to plan your itinerary carefully because Disneyland, this is not.

You wouldn't know it in terms of comfort, though. As befits a city founded on gold, you'll find lavishness everywhere. Owners of land there spend well on Las Vegas property management, and it shows in the magnificence and opulence displayed everywhere you look. Did you see Ocean's 11? Check out the real casinos on the strip, and the amazing fountains that are featured prominently in front of them. Don't try to pull off a casino heist, though. That's not the way to pay for the children's college tuition.

It's not just about gambling, so even those who don't enjoy the activity or object to it on religious or other ethical grounds can find much entertainment in Las Vegas. The city is a happening place for theater – favorite show Forever Plaid, about the wholesome vocal music of a guy's quartet in the 40s, made its name in Vegas, and it's hardly the only such. There are restaurants galore and no shortage of things to do and see where you know exactly what you're getting for your money. So, don't write the place off even if you reject slot machines and all that they stand for. Love it or hate it, Las Vegas is one of the most significant cities in America.


Stay-at-Home Parents can Make the Best of It

I think the choice to be a stay-at-home parent is an admirable one, but it’s not a choice that should be made at the toss of a hat. If fact, if you want to be a stay-at-home mother or father, it’s best decided on before you have children. You and your partner need to be together on the decision because it impacts family finances in such a big way. We like to dream blissfully that money is not the most important thing. However, it can become very important when you start having children. Your kids, of course, will become the most important thing.

Another challenge of being stay-at-home parent is you don't get paid for what you do. Until you've personally been a stay-at-home parent, you don't realize how very challenging and unappreciated it can be. Many people who work think that stay-at-home parenting is easy. They've never had to do it. There will be days when being a stay-home parent is very hard, thankless, and not fun at all. The good news is there will be days when being a stay-at-home parent is the best thing ever. Your children can stay at home with you, and you can be the one to see all their special moments.

Now, when it comes to supporting a family on one income, a stay-at-home parent can do a lot to make their one income stretch further. Stay-at-home parents can become budget shoppers and coupon crunchers. It’s important to find ways to save money. There are lots of great coupon deals online. You can also find great clothes at online at websites like apple bottoms. These are clothes made for real women with curvy figures. Being a stay-at-home mom or dad is worth it.


Motorcycle Mama

I don't know what the rest of the family will think, but I'm thinking about buying a motorcycle. Everywhere I look, I'm seeing more and more women on the back of a bike. I don't mean hanging onto their man, I mean riding the bike themselves and by themselves. Yesterday, I saw a women old enough to be my grandmother riding a Harley through the center of town. This sight was my deciding factor. If she can ride, so can I. It really looks like fun, and I can't wait to try it out.

Of course, I'll need to get a motorcycle license first. I've found a training course that even provides the bikes. They say that the smartest thing to do is to try out their bikes through the class first. It's supposed to give you a good idea if bike riding is for you before you take the plunge and buy your own. When you complete the course, you don't even have to take a test drive down at the DMV. You simply show your certificate, take the written test, and they give you the license. I'm hoping that taking the safety course even gives me a good discount on my motorcycle insurance.

Now, I need to start shopping for a bike so that I'm prepared for the day that I get my license. I can't quite decide if I want a traditional motorcycle or one of those cute little sport bikes. Maybe, they'll let me test drive a few once I have my license. I'll probably be so nervous to take a brand new bike out on my own that they'll see my hands shaking. If I'm lucky, I might meet a few ladies in my class that will want to go bike shopping with me. It might turn out to be even better than shoe shopping.


Keeping Up With My Kids

Keeping up with my kids means a lot more than it did to my mom or even her mom. Keeping up with your kids used to mean that they might run you ragged and you needed a way to keep up with them until bedtime. Not anymore. These days keeping up with your kids means knowing what is going on at school and after, too. It means knowing what techno toys are out there and if they are good or bad for my little ones. As you can see, keeping up with our kids doesn't just mean keeping fit and rested.

Keeping Up, Technologically
Have you ever sat looking at the remote, wondering how to get a certain platform to start working? You know that your kids and spouse set up something last night but you can't get anything to work now. In walks your child, pushes a few buttons, and you are in business. Don't let it happen again. By involving yourself in the setup process you will learn a lot. Download drivers without fear by reading the how-to section before your panic and call your kids in for help. Knowledge is power.

Keeping Up With Rapidly Changing Data
We are in the midst of a knowledge explosion and if you want to help your kids with homework or have a decent discussion with them, you will need to keep up by reading about new discoveries that are taking place. It’s an amazing world out there and more and more is being discovered every day. You may just find your curiosity blooming again.

Keeping Up With Threats
Sadly, the world is a little more dangerous than it used to be. Smart parents know what is out there that children should avoid. You should know what is going on socially with your kids. Keep computers where use can be monitored. Most importantly, talk to your kids.


Gold From Trusted Sources

Gold is one of the wisest investments one can have. They say that investing in gold is just simple if you know how to play the game. The fact the dollar is declining while the gold hedge continually against it is one of the best reasons why one should consider investing in gold. It’s a good investment but if done incorrectly, the result is really upsetting. if you’re thinking of investing in gold, you should only buy gold to trusted and legal sources. Trusted sources like the US gold bureau does not only supply gold and silver commodities but they also help new investors on the nitty gritty course of gold investing.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Health Care Programs for the Needy

I overheard an old lady discussing about health products affiliate program with her physician. I heard that this physician is also affiliated with one of the most trusted medicine manufacturer in the country and he’s giving out discount cards to her patients for the medicines that he prescribes. Well, it’s good that there are physicians like him. With all the crises the country is facing coupled with the high cost of medicines in the market today, this is really a big help for patients who are maintaining high cost medicines. I hope more health care programs for the less fortunate will be provided by the government to extend more help.

Worry Not

Worrying is not good. I’ve proven that so many times. I’ve spent so much time worrying. I’ve worried on big things like finances, my future, my job, meeting deadlines, even down to smaller things like what would I wear in a particular event and even about body acne treatment. It’s sometimes becoming a habit which is not good. In the end I will found out some of the things I worried never happened and my needs were even met! Worrying accomplishes absolutely nothing; it’s just wasting our valuable time. Worrying is as if telling God that we don’t trust Him and this is not good as well. So now, I’ve decided to give up worrying and instead spend my time more wisely and enjoyably with God.

Sell your House Online

Do you know how difficult it is to get something sold nowadays? Economic instability has contributed to this. With that, homeowners who wanted to relocate find it nearly impossible to find a serious buyer. The plans of moving out to another state are now hindered by not finding a home buyer.

But thanks to the power of internet, you can reach every potential Arizona home buyer in no time. The internet has become a very efficient tool in advertising things for sale, including houses. Because of this, people who wanted to move in Arizona to enjoy the hot summer days simply search the internet to find their next home sweet home. So before you get frustrated in selling your house, go over the internet and make it your new best friend. Why not? It will help you reach out to the thousands of potential home buyers who are willing to pay. Doing this won’t cost you a lot. Spend a few minutes in front of the computer and get those wanted calls and e-mails in seconds. Now how easy is that? In no time you will be unpacking your stuff in your new abode. And knowing you have given your previous house key to good people, you will surely have peace of mind.

Go on and prove yourself that selling a house is as easy as 1-2-3. One, let the mouse do the clicking. Two, advertise your house online. Three, sit back and watch the train of responses from serious home buyers.


Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Dealing with Discipline

Positive reinforcement for grown-ups is relatively easy. Break out the Roberto Coin, dangle it in a tailgate party or a man-cave, and we're good to go. For kids, figuring out how to send the right message can be a little harder. Punishments and rewards won't work at all if you don't understand what's important to the person you're disciplining. Because it's such a difficult topic, I thought I'd find out what behavioral science has to say about it.

As it turns out, negative re-enforcement and positive re-enforcement work very differently from one another, and positive reinforcement works infinitely better. Weirdly enough, when it comes to positive reinforcement, it's important to be sporadic. Choose a behavior you want to reward that is just barely better than the way they are behaving now. Then, reward them sometimes, but not every time, when they do it. If they get the reward every time, the behavior becomes only about getting the reward--and you want them to keep doing the behavior even when you aren't rewarding them. When they have started doing the behavior you're rewarding pretty often, pick a behavior that's just barely better than that, and start rewarding the better behavior (still sporadically) instead of the first one you picked. Science says it works like a charm.

Negative reinforcement, on the other hand, needs to be as close to 100% consistent as you can get it. Negative reinforcement doesn't work remotely as well as positive reinforcement, so you should choose your battles and apply it sparingly. It should be immediate, too; this is extremely important to its effectiveness. Occasionally punishing with big punishments is not nearly as effective as consistently punishing with small punishments. It also can't be done alone; you need to make sure your kid understands the positive behavior you want to see replacing the negative behavior you've chosen to punish.


Tuesday, November 23, 2010

9 months


My son turned 9 months yesterday. Three months to go till his first birthday which I'm preparing as early as last month :D.

Before he reached his ninth month this are the things that he can already do:
  1. He can already walk while holding on my hands, either one hand or both.
  2. He can stand, sit, and stand all by himself, and sometimes while holding on to something.
  3. He can recognized his mom, hehe. though I haven't heard him call me yet.
  4. He was able to do two to three steps on his own when he wanted to transfer from one chair to another.
  5. He crawls fast.
  6. He understands the word "bye-bye" and he knows how to wave his hands.



Monday, November 22, 2010

Bedtime Package


This arrived last Saturday. I was surprised because I was really expecting a package from Johnson and Johnson since October because of the survey that I participated in. But it didn't arrived (until last week) so I thought I was not counted since the gifts will be given to the first 100 person who will take part in the survey. But then this came...a dozen of Johnson's baby bedtime soap... :D

Sunday, November 21, 2010

For Their Future

As a mom, I always make sure that I ‘m investing good things for my kids’ future. Whether it’s an investment on their emotional or spiritual areas, I always check myself and ask the Lord’s guidance so that I am assured that I’m on the right path. I do the same thing in terms of securing their future. The husband and I want them to have secured futures. Whose parent wouldn’t want to give bright futures to their children, right? So we are now planning on opening trust funds for them. As a matter of fact, if we can have all the money to buy gold bullion and invest it for their future, we will do so. We love our children so much that we only want the best for them.


Saturday, November 20, 2010

Last Days

In the Bible prophecy of the last days and in the numerous studies and teachings regarding the end times, we will always notice that there will be signs to be seen prior to the second coming of Jesus. One of the signs includes the great deceptions in the last days that even the saints or the elect will be deceived. The wicked will become more evil; people will be lovers of money and worldly pleasures. Moral and spiritual purity will be lost even in countries that have been marked by being spiritually blessed by God like America. America in bible prophecy is not specifically mentioned, but surely is playing a big role in the end times. Just like the first coming of Jesus where God’s chosen nation, Israel, was in great deception and under foreign domination, so is America which had been founded in godly principles is now in deception. People like in the days of Noah, are drinking, eating, marrying. Americans are busy in these legitimate things that they think, and have neglected their spiritual landmarks. Their moral and spiritual values are going down. The animal symbol which has been symbolizing positive traits has turned to a beast of moral and spiritual deception devouring the nation. Could it be that America has become like the nation of Israel before Jesus came? If that is the case then we can say that Jesus Second Advent is closer. Therefore, may this be an admonition to all Americans that as faithful believers of Christ let us watch and pray and be on guard for His coming. Let us not be caught unprepared. Let us not be deceived by material things and worldly pleasures but hold fast to the saving faith that our forefathers’ possessed and professed and has handed over to us. Maranatha!

Friday, November 19, 2010

Cheaper Prints

Nowadays, printing is made affordable because of the CIS or the continuous ink system that is commonly installed on printers mostly used for business purposes. With CIS printer users doesn’t need to replace their ink cartridges, they only have to inject ink which are almost 50% cheaper. Before I thought, qualities of prints from CIS printers are not good but when I started using it, I noticed, there’s no difference at all. This made me switched. Now, I’m enjoying my printer because I’m saving a lot.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Netbook For Him.

My husband recently bought his net book. I thought it was a Sony VAIO but he said he cannot afford yet a VAIO so instead, he bought an hp mini.

Well, for his online needs, it’s good enough. At least now he doesn’t have to go to an internet cafe just to chat with us. He’s also online anytime we need to talk. That’s the good thing about having your own laptop. As for the little girl, she told her dad to give her the mini once he came here, hehe. The little girl wants to have her own “real” PC. Children nowadays are becoming more and more inclined to computers even at an early age! Wow.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Go Organics!

I have recently tried organic products from human Heart Nature and I must say I'm loving it. This might be the start of me patronizing pinoy organic body products. I've tried first using their kid's shampoo and body wash and I've proven their claims to be true. So now I'm starting to use the products my self...



Saturday, November 13, 2010

Why The Rush

I was talking to a friend one time and he mentioned about her desire to get fit and lose weight fast. I asked her why the rush and she said that their high school reunion is nearing and she needs to look pleasant when her classmates see her. I was alarmed. I warned her that rapid weight loss is not healthy. But since she’s insisting I told her to consult first with her physician and see if she can asked for prescription for a Rapid weight loss pills that’s safe to take. Well, good luck to her. I hope she gets the weight she desires in a healthy way.

New Life

I know that on the coming days, I won’t be needing sleep pills since I can sleep anytime and as long as I want, LOL! I won’t be sleep deprived anymore and I won’t be required to wake up early as well to face a stressful work day. Well, I’m entering into a new career and I’m embracing my new life. My life as a WAHM, and I pray that I’ll be able to cope up.

What Can Make Me Feel Even Better

I have been feeling sad lately. And most of the time with I feel this way, my husband would be there to give comforting words. He really knows the right words to say. I was able to talk to him last time and I was relieved. But I was hoping that he could also sent me flowers from www.proflowers.com, that could really make me feel so much, better, hehe.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Feeling Girl-y

Tomorrow is my last day at work and I’m planning to wear a floral skirt and a cute white top for a change. I wonder how my office mates would react when they see me… *wink*. Honestly, I’m not the girl-y type when it comes to wearing clothes. I’m ok with jeans and nice top. I seldom bought women's dresses so I only have few pieces. But I really invest on good one when I do buy. And when I wear them, I often receive compliments that are music to my ears. I remember when I first wear a nice piece of dress early on my marriage. My husband really admired me and since he has never seen me wore one ever since we met (excluding the wedding gown of course)., I feel I was the most beautiful girl that time, lol! But I feel so delighted to get compliments specially from him, lol!

Friday, November 5, 2010

Heard About Gold Parties?

I was just talking with my sister a while ago and she mentioned about gold parties that are being held now in the US. She said that it’s like the “tupper ware” party event before, the only difference is that they are selling gold. There will be an invited appraiser and if he or she will be interested with your piece, the appraiser will buy it. She mentioned that a friend of her tried this one time and she was able to sell her gold bullion but so disappointed to realized that her precious piece of gold was sold and appraised at a very low value. Well, that’s sad to hear. If she only knew about gold stock market she wouldn’t have trade her gold in gold parties.

Richwell 2010 Sale Schedule

Another sale up-coming and this is my most awaited. The Annual Richwell Sale at Libis. I haven't seen the poster yet, but a fellow n@w already posted the schedule. Here it is:

Richwell Trading Warehouse Annual Christmas Sale
Dates: November 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27, 28
December 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, 19 to 22
Time: 9:00am to 6:00pm Saturdays and Sundays
1:00 pm to 6:00pm Weekdays & Fridays

Address:
Creative Trade Center No.6 Industria St., Bagumbayan, Quezon City

Girls: Barbie, Polly Pocket, Dora, Arts & Crafts, Beados, RoseArt, Fruit
Factory,etc.
Boys: HotWheels, Matchbox, Bakugan, TechDeck, Battle Strikers, Spongebob,
McFarlane, etc.
Infant-Preschool: Vtech, Megabloks, Shelcore, Leapfrog, Baby Einstein, Kids
II, K’s Kids, Noddy, Disney, Step2
Baby: Pigeon, Safety1st, Chicco, Babisil
What’s New: Webkinz, Russ, First Act Music, Games, StarKidz, Bikes
Shoes: Barbie, Chicco, HotWheels, Pokemon, Elle & OshKosh


I'll be preparing for this one :P

Toy Kingdom Warehouse Sale: Nov. 5-7



For all mommies, here's your chance to shop for toys. TK is having it's CLEARANCE sale this weekend. Up to 70% off! Open to SM Advantage, Prestige, BDO Rewards and Toy Kingdom Amazing card members on November 5 and open to the public on November 6 and 7.

Best time to go during opening and closing times. Have a great shopping weekend!

Kiss That Heals

A mother’s touch is really something. A mother’s kiss is even more, for our kids. When our sons and daughter fall, got hurt, bruised their knees or something, just a kiss from mommy, the pain will eventually vanish, as if there’s a magic, right? But reality is there are serious wounds and injury that cannot be healed by our magical kisses, like hip problems caused by car accidents and the like. These cases might need serious solutions like hip replacement. And if you’re children would go under any hip replacement procedure, be extra careful with the system that the doctors will use. There’s a case recently about DePuy Orthopedics, owned by Johnson & Johnson, who recalled thousands of hip replacement systems. A large number of complaints were received and underwent second hip surgeries. It’s good that they were able to get some help from Texas Truck Accident Attorney and hip recall lawyer from O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demeratn law firm, an expert in medical malpractice cases. For those who have experience the same, you can still contact them for help. Here’s the address:

O’Hanlon, McCollom & Demerath – Personal Injury Lawyers – 808 West Avenue, Austin, TX. 78701 – 512-494-9949


Dots

I had my flat warts (developed during my pregnancy) cauterized yesterday..Yey! Finally. I'm happy that I can get rid of them in a few days. For now they still look horrible. Black dots on my face and neck as if I have plenty of moles. Good thing though, I only have a few in the face. But still my daughter would tell me that I'm not pretty with all the dots, LOL! She asked why the doctor injected o much moles in my face, hahaha!

Anyway, I'm just maximizing the benefits left for me to use before my HMO is turned over..sad :( but that's OK. The husband agreed to get personal accounts from the same HMO provider :)

A Day Well Spent

I feel I've accomplished a lot today. I took a leave to do a number of things and I'm so happy I was able to do everything on my To-Do list:

Here's what I did today:

1. We went to the doctor to check on the little boy. He had fever for three days and his temperature raised to 39.5 degrees. Yesterday, I saw rashes all over his body so I made an appointment to his pedia so he can be diagnosed. Upon checking, the doctor told us that it's not serious. Thank God. It's just roseola infantum or "tigdas hangin" in Filipino. That's good to know. I was so relieved.

2. I went to the notary public to have some important documents (related to my clearance) notarized.

3. Went to my parent's house to pick up something then off I went to Land Bank to deposit money for my new helper's transpo. I spent 1 hour and 30 minutes there. Whew!

4. After the bank, I visited my dentist to have my teeth cleaned. I also underwent some fillings.

I remembered, I haven't taken my lunch so I went home, and had my lunch at 4pm.

Well, this is a day well spent. Tomorrow, I'll be a doting mom again to my pre-schooler. She will be performing for their school foundation day program.

I'm now happily embracing my new career... :)

A Closet Full of Gold

When our finances are being stretched to the limit, I would always wish I had a closet filled with gold bullion, get one bar and exchanged it for cash. Some imagination I had, huh? Well I know we all have our down-times financially speaking, as a matter of fact, all people would trade anything even their last piece of gold jewelry just to survive during financial crisis. So who wouldn’t want to have a lot of gold bars, right? Be wise. If you are on the “up times” and financially capable, try investing in the gold market. You can be assured of a secured investment. You don’t have to worry financially because gold has been a reliable source of wealth even during the ancient times.

Silver Lining

I saw the news a few days ago on the update and status of the Maguindanao tragedy and it’s sad that until now justice is still far-fetched. The defense lawyers are trying everything to prolong the hearing and the case in general. Well, maybe that’s one of their tactics. It’s really hard to be a DWI Lawyer. A defense lawyer’s job is to convince the judge beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant is guilty. That’s part of their jobs, to acquit and try to prove that their clients are not guilty. It’s good for those who are just falsely accused and are really innocent of the crime but for those who are really guilty and trying to cover up their crimes, I feel bad about it. Well, lawyers and judges know better. I just hope that the victims will see silver lining ahead. That justice will prevail on this case because people in and out of the country are waiting for justice.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Baby Proofing: Electric Fans

Electric fan is one of the most dangerous appliances in the house especially if you have kids. This is one of problem now that my little boy is getting more and more mobile. I’m actually thinking of installing some ceiling fans since if I’ll just buy safety net to cover our electric fans it would only collect dust and I think the air will not be as strong as if without the safety covers. Hay, I’m really torn. Installing ceiling fans also means expenses.