I hope she will feel better tomorrow.
By the way, it’s not her birthday today, I just grabbed her picture on my other blog just to show you how my princess looks like:)
Another break from you know what:)
Petroleum jelly can be used for the following:
- As a softener for cuticles.
- Can be a treatment for chapped lips.
- Sometimes spread on the teeth of beauty pageant contestants in order to prevent their lipstick from sticking to their teeth.
- As a fire starter on camping trips. Coat a cotton ball with it and light.
- It was also recommended by Porsche in the owner’s manual of their cars as a preservative for light alloy anodizedFuchs wheels to protect them against corrosion from road salts and brake dust. “Every three months (after regular cleaning) the wheels should be coated with petroleum jelly.
Just to give you a break on my Hong Kong Trip blabs..
My son who is four years old ,goes to a private preschool somewhere in Taytay Rizal, 15-minute walk from our house. We decided to enroll him at LIGHT BEARER CHRISTIAN ACADEMY even though it costs a little expensive because we saw from their summer class (which my kids had attended to) that they have an effective teaching aside from the fact that their school has a complete facilities for toddlers (air conditioned room, playground and comfort room). Plus they have three teachers to attend to their 15 students. On the other, my daughter who is just three years old goes at a Day Care Center near our house. My mom and other relatives told hubby and I that it is just impractical to enroll her in the same school as her brother because she may not continue her studies as she’s still playful at her age and not yet serious on her studies. We might just transfer her at LBCA when she turns four or five years old. In fairness to the Day Care Center, it has a clean and neat facility with a comfort room inside and facilitates only 15 students for every class. And as of last week, my mom told me that there will be a solicitation for parents to make the room air-conditioned for the comfort of the students.
I got it from her and put it behind my ear, then she left our room. Outside, as we bid goodbye to our kids, she asked where the flower is. I said I left it inside our house, she cried, yelling that I should have not removed it from my ears until I get to my office. So to pacify her, I went back our house and here we are: