Sunday, December 12, 2010

Ask properly

Dion: I want a candy!!

He is demanding which is a big no-no! I told him if he can't ask properly then he doesn't deserve anything. He turned his back on me. Stayed like that for about 15 minutes. Then he finally got up, came to me, and said, "Can I have a candy, please?". Okay, so there he goes with the magic phrase. I asked him was it hard. He said, no! hopefully he'd learn from it.

Of course, he got a candy.

Back again...and I lost my domain

So, I'm back to blogging in my son's blog. Too bad I lost my domain. It was expired and I entirely forgot about it. And when I finally remembered about it, I have to get it for skyrocket high price (sigh). So I guess I'll have to use my sub-domain with blogspot again. It's not that bad now because I don't intend to make money of this blog anymore. I just cant do it no more. So hopefully, I'd be able to keep up with this blog and post some more. Happy browsing!
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