What kind of girl are you?
I tried to find out what kind of girl I am and this is what I have found out.
THINGS THAT MAY BE TRUE ABOUT ME:
1. A lifelong learner, eternally seeking knowledge and culture and asnwers to the BIG questions.
2. No, I don't really like lectures but I can stand sitting in a class and lieten
to other people's opinions about things and dispute it with mine.
3. I love going to libraries and book sales, aside from the books that surround me
at the library, I love the quiet,deep thinking ambience.
4.I do read Cosmo
5. No, I don't even talk about thesis.
6. I don't drive a Volvo, Saab nor a Toyota, just happen to have Mitsubishi.
7.And yes, I might like an SUV, more spacious.
8. I like to talk about anything under the sun. I can go off topic a few times
depending on where my mind goes.
9. No, i don't begin my sentence with "Susan Sarandon" but I do watch Lifetime Television Network, one of those channels that hubby would classify as one of the estrogen yak.
10. I would never pass the chance for a new experience. True that, I like the array
of adventures. I have learned that it's another way to know more about things is
to do it firsthand experience or atleast try it and feel it in the bones.
11. No,I don't own a water filter but I would probably want one. And I don't own an
acre of forest but I love the greenery and nature and jungle.
Life is like a dogsled team. If you ain't the lead dog, the scenery never changes. -- Lewis Grizzard
I have never seen animals like dogs and cats and other pets being pampered even better than humans are. My co-worker Gwennypooh, well, that's not her real name but I'd like to call her that,as I have heard some kids like to call her that.Anyway, she's got a dog named Binkywinky,well,that's not his real name either but that's how I would liketo call him. He never goes out, he's an indoor dog as Gwennypooh trained himto do so for 12 years. Yes, he's that old. Atleast while he's was with Gwenny's household circle. Binkywinky is one such lucky dog for 12 years now. As much as possible his paws wouldn't touch the ground if he's outside. He's that precious. When we were about to go see the fair, mommy Gwenny rushed to Wal-mart to buy a stroller for him. It took them almost two hours to get back. I find it funny and told her why not get one of those baby pouch and carry him around and not worry about who's gonna walk or hold him. But yes, he does not potty outside, thus, no need to walk him outside. He stays in a play pen and watches movies in the room and goes potty to some hospital pads in the bathroom.
he would cry when his mommy is not in sight. He wears a red or blue bow on his head. When we got to the fair grounds we tried to see if Binkywinky would ride the stroller. He was kinda scared, so we put a blanket around his front to prevent him from jumping off the stroller. It worked fine. He had a very pampered life, but I am wondering whether his being a dog was taken away from him will all these babying. I mean he doesn't even bark. He doesn't even play ball, but that's understandable since Gwenny's very busy and probably doesn't have time to be playing ball with him. I think, sometimes people are pampering their pets too much. And I have never seen dogs and cats that are overweight as their owners. It's only here that they have diet foods for pets or pets being put on a diet. That is really too much to hear on the news huge dogs weighing even heavier than their owners and may become as big as a lion. It's been a while but I have seen a pet dog and owner causing traffic jam while walking by the side of the road because people stop and stared at this remarkably huge dog crossing the street. And when the owner was interviewed, he said that his dog would eat a more than a bucketful of dog food. Amazing! but is that healthy?
Macon had their anual local fair. We brought the kids to Central City Park with glee even if the director said that we shouldn't have fun. I didn't attend the Friday meeting but my co-worker passed on what they talked about, that we are there to supervise them and not to have fun. And I was like, why would we even go if we are not to have fun. So, even if i didn't realy ride on any of the rides, I enjoyed the walking around watching taking photos and having fun, watching the array of color displays and rides.
Ring of Fire, how would you like to ride round and round this giant ring?
Although we were not in Ausie, we were able to see real kangaroos for the first time.
An aquarium full of iguanas. Play their gameof popping ballons, or knocking off three rings to the ground and you can bring home one of these green lizards.
Interpretative dancing, accompanied by songs.
Ferries wheel and carousel, with some of the kids riding and some of them standing hanging out.
Oriental Express Train, where you ride at the back of a dragon and the dragon will take you up in the air and back down.
How would you like to be the tea to contain these beautiful tea cups and whirl around this gigantic yellow tea pot?
Colorful stuffed fish hanging on display.