Saturday, September 25, 2004

Girl? or Boy?

If God allowed you to have only one kid, but you could choose to have baby boy or baby girl......what comes into your mind?

Since I'm responsible to my company's financial stuffs, money matter came to my mind first. Which kid will cost me more? (^_^)

Definitely then I want a baby boy!!

Why not girl?
Even since a baby, I want my baby looks nice. I'll have to buy her nice cute cloths with the accessories, like stuffs to be put at her hair and nice bracelet.
Along with her growing up, she will need more and more. My girl will ask me to buy her purple shoes and hair clip, only because she purple dress for instance. Well, can you imagine If she want complete collections for all color???
When she's a teenager then she will ask me to pay for her diet program (if she's fat), or any program to make her taller (if she's small), and also for her facial and body treatment. Plus her shopping hobby.
When she wants to get marry, her wedding preparation also will cost me a lot. Mininally she will need facial, lulur, professional make up and unforgetable wedding dress.......$$$$$$$

Well well well.....Any of you can change my mind of not having baby girl?

Friday, September 24, 2004

HAHAHA.........Our last screen. I WIN?! hehe Posted by Hello

Thursday, September 23, 2004

I will win SOON!!! hehehe (again) Posted by Hello


Education game - literati is a very good game to test your vocabulary skill. I used to play it with my office mates-but always lost since my English vocabulary didn't seem to be adequate.

But these two days I always win!!!!! Happy......

I wish someday I could play Japanese Literati and enrich my vocabulary hehe

Friday, September 17, 2004

The Monument of Love

Taj Mahal is the monument of love of Shahjahan to his lovely queen, Mumtaz Mahal. The mausoleum was located nearby the Yamuna River, which is not shadowed by any other building.The work on this musoleum started at 1632. It was completed by about 1643, but the whole work including the surrounding buildings and the garden were completed at 1653. In total, it took 17 years. To perfect the building, the agates were from Yemen, the Corals were from Arabia, the Onyx and Amethyst were from Persia and the garnets were from Bundelkhand. Inside the Taj Mahal, laid the tombs of Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan side by side.
Speechless...Both amazed by the building and the hot direct sun shine. We have to put off our shoes to enter the main musoleum, and not bringing socks was my biggest mistake. I had to jump jump jump because my feet couldn't bear the hot marble I had to step on. But the 3 hours trip was really worth. I could see one of human's best art work in the world. I was touched by the story of how LOVE could lead a man to build this amazing thing.

If I were Mumtaz Mahal, I would really be happy and touched of what my husband did.

If my future husband built his own monument of love for me, I would really be flaterred and visit him from Heaven (^_^)

Taj Mahal: the Monument of Love Posted by Hello

Just found this yesterday....amazed! two thumbs for iyem Posted by Hello

Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Hey Heidelberg...I miss this time... Posted by Hello

Hand painting in India Posted by Hello

I am eating walnuts. Autumn has come in India. Posted by Hello

Thursday, September 09, 2004

Black Out during football game India vs Japan

First time in my life, watching football game directly, sitting among those wild supporters – but this time among 2000 Japanese supporters!!-

Yesterday I was In Calcutta for the Asian Qualifying Round Match for World Cup 2006 in German, to watch the match between Japan and India. High temperature and humidity lead the Japanese supporters crazy. Even I felt that yesterday was terribly hot. I already wore tank top, but still all over my body was sweating a lot.

Japan won 4-0 to India, predicted already, but something interesting happened. There was black out during the break time, so the game must be postponed for 45 minutes. Black out during international match!!! Today it becomes the headlines in India Times, and in several India’s newspapers. Written there that the black out was because there was a rat in one of the electricity panel or whatsoever of the stadium.

Anyway, it was really an experience for me. Being one of the supporters of Japan Football team. My hotel was full of Japanese, and even the players were also staying there. Exciting haha….At last Hiro suggested me to bring my camera around just in case we meet some players, we could have the pictures hahaha…..

The day was closed with a very nice dinner, and met a damn cute guy…hihihi