My youngest son is quite good with learning musical instruments. He hasn’t had any lesson at all, but he can play a good tune on the keyboards. I am now after some cheap Yamaha Recorders for him to learn. It would be good to get him to start on another instrument. I was thinking of getting him drums, but I think a small one to be begin with will be good.
Our eldest in year 8 is now an offical liturgical choir vocalist. When he was in year 7, he was always the one chosen to sing the opening prayer in every event of the school. Oh I forgot to mention that he’s in St Francis Xavier Catholic Secondary College. You might wonder why there’s liturgy thing. We promote our Catholic spiritual beliefs.
Often, after school my son will head to practice in his keyboard. One time he asked me about access keyboards thing and I didn’t understand what was it, or if there’s such a thing. I was confuse if access keyboards is one word term of an instrument or they’re separate. I asked him where did he got the term, “I just read it somewhere and I’m curious”, my son answered. I think it’s two different terms, access and keyboards. I googled it and I can’t find any proper result.
Do you usually expect gift from someone dear to you on Valentine’s Day? Or do you usually give something on Valentine’s Day to your Valentine? For me, greeting card and flowers is a must to make you feel special on that day. But expecting is different from getting used of receiving gift on Valentines because my Valentines never failed to do it. I always get a bouquet of flowers especially my favourite, red roses. This time hubby gives me jewelleries and I really love it. He’s the most thoughtful person I knew. He didn’t give me tiffany, nor dolce & gabbana or
Kendra Scott designer jewelry but a set of Swarovski heart shaped necklace and earrings. It’s really pretty and I wore it on our Valentines dinner date escapade. Remember it’s not about the gift, it’s about the thoughtfulness. Whatever your love one can offer as long as it’s from the bottom of their hear, it’s worth it especially his or her presence and effort.
One day on our way to Philip Island we had a stop over to a place that catches our attention. The place is called Bass Coast Grantville Shire Council whatsoever. At first we thought it was a beach area for a swim. We’ve seen a sigh that says Pier or Port something like that so we drove and head our car to that road. It was a nice place to relax and unwind. A good barbecue picnic area for families. The specific area was not for a swim. What attracted us most was the old looking bridge that we usually see in a port or pier. The place was quiet so we spent maybe half an hour there and took some photos. We love the scene. The place has ongoing project called “Mangrove Rejuvenation” and protecting shorebirds. To make my story short, I’ll just post some photos below…
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I was in the process of decluttering our things after we moved to our new house. I can’t believe how much things we had that we really don’t need. Just like the promotional travel mugs that my hubby collected before when he was still travelling to other countries. Many of them had cracks already so there’s no point of keeping them. I gave some of the good ones to friends. I just kept some of the nice that I like to keep.