Saturday, March 22, 2008
1. Girls Split-Stripe Hoodies
Cute cap sleeves and ultra-comfy cotton pique place this hoodie at the top of the fashion pyramid! A rib-knit v-neck and trendy long length complete the look.2. Girls Tie-Front Tops
Jersey knit makes this top as comfortable as her favorite tee, but the cut gives it style to spare. Fashion-forward details include a square neckline, front tie, and trapeze style silhouette, all designed to flatter.
- 95% cotton, 5% spandex.
3. Girls Convertible Color-Block Tube Tops
Cool color-blocking and soft cotton pique with a touch of stretch make it sporty, but it's also just fine for those lazy days of summer that will be here before you know it.
4. Girls Flutter-Sleeve Tee Dresses
A sweet silhouette perfectly offsets sporty stripes for a pretty sunny-day look that's fun and comfortable. Pair with metallic sandals to make the colors really pop.
- 95% cotton, 5% spandex.
- Machine wash.
- Scoop neck
- Flutter sleeves
- Smocked drop waist with lettuce edges
- Gathered skirt
- Hits below knee
Once you try Bermudas, you'll want to wear them with everything! This pair features scoop pockets, cuffed hems and a zip fly with button tab closure.
6. Men's Rugby-Stripe Sueded Jersey Polos
Wide rugby stripes punch up a polo, lending it sportsmanly style that's sure to suit you -- whether you're hitting the links or flipping burgers in your backyard.
- Rib-knit spread collar and trim
- Two-button placket
- Drop-tail hem
Thin multicolored stripes and a rib-knit V-neck give the classic cotton tee a trendy upgrade.8. Girls Fold-Over Jersey Capris
She's a girl-on-the-go and she needs activewear that will keep up with her. These stretchy capris fit the bill, and have cute contrast piping down the legs for added style. 95% cotton, 5% jersey.
9. Men's Twill Bermuda Shorts (11 3/4")
Classic shorts in solid colors create a clean backdrop for bold printed shirts, graphic tees, patterned slip-ons and more. You're sure to rely on them all through the sunny season.
- Slant pockets in front
- Welt pockets in back
- 11 3/4" inseam
- Hits below knee
Foldover yoga pant
2. Strapless bra top tube dress
The essence of simply sexy style. Built-in shelf bra for support with no show-through. Ruching on one side. Slim fit. Imported cotton/spandex.
25" from waist.
3. Breezy boatneck dress
Swing on the bright side this season, in a fit-and-flare shape. Open back. Cap sleeves. Button placket at back. Imported cotton/spandex.
17" from waist
4. Strapless smocked dress
A sweet choice for spring. Imprint your style with fun patterns and basic colors. Fit-and-flare empire-waist shape with ruffle hem. Smocked dress: imported cotton. Smocked dress in plaid: imported linen.
Maximum push-up in a sleek, sexy shape that sizzles with exotic charm. Pick your top and bottom sizes separately.
• Removable push-up padding
• Underwire cups
• Decorative bow detail at center front
• Ties at neck
Meet your match...or get into the mix. Our bikini matchmaker lets you create the perfect duo. Pick your top and bottom sizes separately.
• Light removable padding
• Ties at neck and back
• Cinched front
• Lined cups
• Imported nylon/spandex
• Adjustable back closure
• Imported nylon/Lycra® spandex
Monday, March 10, 2008
For Shuoze, who celebrated his 6th birthday in school.
Initially, he wanted a 3D bus cake which i agreed.
But after following me to Phoon Huat the other day, he insisted to change his bus cake to a soccer theme cake instead. Of course, i gladly obliged. It means less work and super easy for me :P
So basically, the boy picked the deco, and i planned the rest eg; the green grass, the flags and also the sandy soil.
Though easy, the boy loves it!!
He thinks a world of it. And most importantly, he thinks his mama rocks big time. Grin.
As for the cake, i did the norm. Moist chocolate cake which all kiddos like. One can never go wrong with chocolate cake with the kids.
Some pictures taken in school during the celebration.
It was a happy day for all of us :)
Tuesday, March 04, 2008
Beep took his many first step yesterday!!
Yesterday, didi performed during the morning assembly in school as one of the 6 ducklings. There were 14 students in class and he's one of the 6 who got picked :)
Anyway, i must say.. didi is the best!
He was the best dancer and best performer. He remembered all the steps and did them all adorably!
He was so cute that his former teacher, Mrs Cheong couldn't resist but to pat his head and cupped his face after they were done.
The rest of the kids didn't do as well as him :P
I am so proud of didi. He made my eyes 'flood'. Grin.
Then today, Mrs Vijay, Sz's school teacher told me that Sz will be the farmer for the class play for the coming Friday. It seems that he is doing a fantastic job at it!
I simply can't wait. This time, i'm so not gonna forget the camera!
Friday, February 29, 2008
I really do!
I miss the connection and interaction with people.
I miss writing.
I miss reading comments.
I miss spending time on the computer.
I miss photographing food pictures [no blogging, no motivation to bake liao :P ]
I miss having my work being read and appreciated.
I miss having to do research on certain phrases/ words that i need to use before posting my entry up.
I feel lost from the outside world.
I am having withdrawal symptoms from no blogging.
I feel lonely.
I feel not so clever anymore since blogging does improve one's intellectual, eg ; improve one's english, keep the brain working coz blogging is like having an assignment, having to read up, do research on certain facts.
I MISS BLOGGING!
The Capsule Hotel Asakusa Riverside :
Great location but me no fancy at all.
I can never imagine sleeping in a capsule as such. It does not only look like an oven, it looks like the place where they store the body before being cremated!
And i. i. i am claustrophobic!
But the best part is, it's only a stone throw away from the subway and it only costs a little as $26 - $52, in Tokyo!!!
Still, i am claustrophobic!
Yeah, i am still here. Didn't leave again. Because the husband loves me, or so he claims =_=