Posted on Mar 20, 2012 under Mama Recommends |
I’m not really into US politics, in my mind I thought why the heck would I care when it is their internal political game, but I don’t know why I always find myself picking up a debate with my husband every after we watched one after the other this US primetime show that featured this Republican primaries, probably because ideologically I favored the Democrats and he’s bent towards the Republican policies, but in the end we always settle that whether ones a Democrat or a Republican they still revere the same American flag, at the end of the day it’s their leader’s prime responsibility to rally round their citizenry and do measures to revive their failing economy.
Just to give you an idea on what ‘The primaries’ is all about – it’s a selection process where the Republican party has to pick up delegates to attend the Republican National Convention in August 2012. The delegates would then vote for their official Republican presidential candidate to face up incumbent US President Barrack Obama, who is a Democrat and is running for reelection come November 2012 US presidential election.
As I said, I’m not really into US politics but I find it also relevant to be at least get a handle of how this process is taking place because whether I like it or not, the results of this election would in anyway influence the lives of the Filipino people – that’s for sure.
Posted on Mar 19, 2012 under All about mama's kiddos |
Mom’s blogging center was down lately; blame it to gadget’s technical malfunctions, lol. My laptop retired, the video, I mean the monitor has showed some obvious signs of wearing off, I had to send it to the repair shop – but the guy over the counter said – it’s beyond repair so I had a choice – to snatch my son’s laptop which we always find ourselves racing to beat up gaming – and me blogging time …. I hope I can score a new one in no time, my social life is in my laptop… hahaha… Anyway, since I had not been bloggin’ much – thanks to slow poke IC connection too — I had added time to play with Angelo, we’re up to cutting lots of paper these days … we’re using those that were already used just in case you raised eyebrows … to make paper toys … actually, the logic is not him making and assembling the paper toys .. its letting him master his hand and eye coordination by using scissors, [ohhh, don’t let your kids hold this thing unsupervised], he’s quiet good at cutting the paper straight … in the end we did none he stripped it all in tiny bits.
If you’re interested in making up one, I frequent www.papertoys.com, they have lots of this flat models that comes in all shapes and sizes you can cut them out and assemble them in 3D, perfect for letting little hands getting busy.