Monday, May 16, 2011

Camping Out In The Backyard

Last weekend, hubby and I decided to camp out in our backyard because our little one has been begging us to go camping somewhere. Since the school is not over yet, and the weather has been nice lately, we camped out this Sunday night. Our little one was very happy. We put up our tent, and cooked some hotdogs while gazing up in the sky. Last night, he wanted us to sleep outside again since the tent is still up; oh well, it was really cold last night so we told him when the temp. warms up a little bit, then we will camp again...and he understood.

Here am I, I slept in the tent by myself 'cause they wanted to sleep outside with their cots.
The little man trying to decided whether he will sleep outside or inside the tent, lol!
Never seen my hubby make faces; this was his first time and I didn't even know it till I saw this photo :-)!
Jake with his fave stuffed toy :-) front of the fire.
Our campsite :-); noticed the cots outside? Yup, that's where they slept alright!

Monday, May 9, 2011

Hulagway sa Kinabuhi: Itlog

The night before Easter, my son and I colored eggs for eggs hunting the next day. We both had fun! I took pictures of the finished products before my dorky son went to bed. So here is my entry for "Hulagway sa Kinabuhi" meme. Egg or Itlog in Bisaya and Tagalog as well.

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Green Monday: Jake's Art Work

These photos are inside my son's 'Pond and Bugs Bag.' They are so cute! Aside from Math, Science and English subjects, Art is one of Jake's fave thin to do. When home, he always draw stuffs, make books and so forth. As you can see, they used green construction papers.

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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Hulagway sa Kinabuhi: Higala

I am back with my entry for Hulagway sa Kinabuhi. It is hard for me to remember words in Bisayan language anymore since I don't speak this languang as much as I want to for I don't have many friends here in Texas who speak Bisaya. Good thing I remember this one 'higala" which means 'friend.' So here is my share. We are going to Philippines soon and these are my friends I miss most; and I'll make sure to visit them while we are there. A moth would be enough for me to see these close friends of mine.

Malou from Imus, Cavite.
Cielo from Las Pinas.
Vicky from Nueva Ecija.
Emily from Manila
And Ate Bessie from Laguna. Mao na sila akong mga higala nga na miss nako. Ampo lang nako na nagkinitaay mi tanan pag abot nako sa Pilipinas :-).

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Green Monday: New Sun Chips Bag!

We love Sun Chips, it is yummy, healthy and now, they made the bag biodegradable and it helps the environment. Some critics say that the bag is very noisy when you touches it, opens it or closes it! Who cares about the noises. As long as it is healthy and is good for the environment, right! If people want to "go green" they need to be willing to make sacrifices. I would think that having an annoying noisy bag would be a small price to pay for biodegradable packaging. I say, "You’ll never look at your snacks the same again once you see Frito-Lays’ 100% compostable chip bag!"

There’s something magical about the thought of eating an entire bag of chips during your midnight munchies craving, and instead of throwing the bag away in the trash, you throw it into your compost pile…don’t you think? I do, and that’s why I was pleasantly surprised to hear about Frito-Lay’s new SunChips 100% compostable chip bags.

It took 4 years of research and numerous field trials to make the 100% compostable bag, but SunChips finally did it! So, how did they do it? The company created the bags by using renewable, plant-based PLA plastic, which fully breaks down in compost in just 14 weeks.


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