Eating snowflakes

It seems alright to do so....I guess.
Snowflakes are tasteless.
but still, I wish I could taste it!


Pulau Beluru

Sunny day but breezy....

Pulau Beluru is located in Tumpat, Kelantan.
There is a school on that island.
There is a village too...with limited villagers.
The students charter a boat to go to school everyday.
I mean, those who live at the other side of the estuary.
It seems dangerous though...for these kids.
But they have no choice.

Pulau Beluru is an incredible place to visit.
I went there months ago to conduct
an English Language programme at Sek. Keb. Pulau Beluru.

We were served with a majestic view before we reached the island.

A friendly boat conductor...or should I call him a 'boat driver'?
Well, he was using a car steering....

Below is the boat that we rode on.

I feel so lucky to have visited this place....
For a moment, I enjoyed the divine nature
which will always give me an inspiration to appreciate a life better.

Superman-like Sleep

Why do kids always sleep like this?

It really shows how adventurous they have been
in their world of dream.
They fly and they glide, in style...
They say hi and they slide, never cry...

This is my two-year-old niece.
She always sleeps in weird poses.
She has various sleeping styles such as
flying superman, starfish, snail, crocodile and many more
that we could never think of!

Did we sleep like this too when we were at this age?
I better check my old photos....haha.
I think we all did.

What was your favourite style?
I hope you can find your childhood sleeping-style soon!
Ask your mother....or find your family albums.
It will make you smile.....

My childhood henna

Do you know what this is?

I don't know what this is called.
It looks like rambutan (a type of Malaysian local fruit),
red and hairy.
But it is NOT even a fruit...because it is inedible.
Its shape is almost a heart, upside-down.
It contains many seeds inside its shell.
The seeds are unique for they have flesh,
that we can squeeze its red juice.
The juice looks exactly like ink.
We can evenly apply it onto our nails.
Let it dry for a moment.
Then we are ready to play!!!
Simply use water to rinse everything off the nails.

Well, it was one of my childhood toys.....which I usually plucked it
somewhere behind neighbour's my house.

Nowadays, children do not play
with this kind of natural things anymore...
do they??

So, what's your childhood toy?
I hope you still remember what you played with back then.
Surely, it will make you smile ridiculously
whenever you can recall one!