Thursday, July 31, 2008
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Monday, July 28, 2008
Is it weird that I'm buying from my own CCA? I don't care. These are just too nice for me to resist! I bought the earrings even though I haven't pierced my ears and the ceramic pieces were found in a musty cupboard in the art room. They were made way back, in 2004 according to my art teacher. I've been feeling tribal/ethnic-inspired lately.
Sunday, July 27, 2008
2. Click on 'View My Details'. A window will pop up.
3. Select CAAL and under 'Activity Search', check the box that says 'CIP'. Leave 'Group' and 'Activity Title' blank. Under the drop-down bar that says 'Year', select 2008. Click on 'Search Activity' and a list of items will appear.
Note: Do NOT click 'Add CIP Activities' as that is to add a new CIP activity to the database.
4. Click on the fifth item, 'Class Home Adoption Programme'. Under 'Involvement Type', select the last one- 'Tutoring/ Reading Programme'. Under 'Involvement', choose 'Participant'. Put the 'Tutor to Endorse' as 'Ms Chen Wei Hong Willa'.
No. of hours allocated: 1 1/2 hours for each session + 2 hours (for organizing)
Crystal- 4 sessions
Yi Lin- 5
Please add one more session if you are going for the one on this wed (which is the last session). If you're not sure of anything pls sms me or leave a comment.
When the ink is first applied it appears black.
... before finally darkening to a rich brown.
I'm loving my 'tatoo' now. Indian brides actually cover their large portions arms and legs with intricate henna patterns for their wedding day.
I'm intrigued by the pictures of henna patterns on the legs. Maybe I'll try that next time. Today I took care to choose an outfit that complemented my 'tattoo':
I wore a pale blue dress with a white floral pattern that somewhat resembled my 'tattoo' and layered multiple bangles on my wrist. I really like the look!
Here's another instance of body art being part of a look or outfit:
Isn't her floral tattoo so pretty? I don't think I'm getting a tattoo anytime soon because it might limit the kinds of styles I can adopt. Besides, I don't like the pain and the needles. But temporary body art like henna suits my purpose.
Friday, July 18, 2008
What would I like to have for breakfast? English milk tea, freshly-baked bread slathered with butter or dipped in olive oil and eaten with scrambled eggs and Spanish ham, fruit salad, Post cereal and many more yummy things. How did I come to like Spanish ham? Well, my mum's friends went to Spain for a holiday and brought back a pack of it for us. I loved it so much that I ate it on bread for breakfast everyday until the pack was finished. I still remember the glorious breakfast buffet we had during our stay at the Tokyo Hyatt Hotel. Must I mention the breakfasts on the Qatar flights that I took to Europe? Their omelettes were perfect. Oh, I'm also craving that yummy yoghurt I ate at my last breakfast in Tokyo last year. I wanted to stay behind just so that I could have more of it!
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Monday, July 7, 2008
Saturday, July 5, 2008
This is a rather frivolous comic done in Sec 1 featuring two cars who decide to have some romance of their own when their owners meet up for a romantic candlelit meal. I was too lazy to finish colouring.
Taking a hit at George Bush and his favourite phrase "weapons of mass destruction". He steals Iraq's weapons and uses them to attack the planet of Moo Roo. Lame, I know. Where do I get all these silly ideas in my head?
This was an assignment done for the superheroes module of Language Arts in IP1. I had quite alot of fun inventing my own superhero called Icicle. She can shoot streams of ice from the third eye on her forehead! Her mother was actually an alien who left the planet of Frost and married a human. Icicle has to keep her powers a secret from others and her father as well. I think her mask is very cool too.