Friday, March 25, 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Monday, March 21, 2011
She will have justice for sure but, it would never bring her life back.
Sunday, March 20, 2011
Most of them performs white-collar jobs before they were convicted to a crime punishable in a low minimum penitentiary. Most of them probably committed crimes such as fraud and drug position. The facility is open but, they have strict regulations! Any campers can scape if they want because they are not lock down, no fences or barb wire around them! Their quarters are not lock with steel bars. It is like a college campus but, for so many years you can't go home!
With this experience, it taught me to EMBRACE the GIFT of FREEDOM! It is EASY to follow the rules of the society. It is my pleasure to RESPECT the rights of other people! We have the freedom to choose our friends so, stay away from bad influence! Stay out of trouble and please, PRAY hard that GOD will be there for guidance. Be GOOD everyone!
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
After earthquake, tsunami came that swallowed everything in it's path and now, the Nuclear Meltdown! This tragedy is too much to handle but, look at the Japanese? Have you seen them patiently waiting to buy a limited supply of food? Have you ever seen someone shouting to each other or pushing to get through first? NO ONE! That is an attitude that all of us should digest if we are in a similar situation! Japanese are so calm and they patiently take turns despite that long lines to get a galloon of water! Wheww! I admire their courage, patience and discipline! Did this tragedy impacted your life in some way? I welcome your thoughts.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
For two consecutive years, we went to every parade in nearby cities. The biggest mardi gras parade that I love was the mardi gras in D'Iberville in Mississippi. This place has the longest, most decorated floats, and plenty of participants. People came from different direction of the area.
Mardi Gras is indeed different from the parades that we had back home. When you watch Mardi Gras parades, you will participate all through out because you have to catch the beads, moon pies and teddy bears. Remembered my first time, was too shy to wave my hand and get the attention of those on the float :-) When I looked around, I was the only one, sat on my folding chair and everybody else were jumping and tagging the beautiful beads.
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Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Monday, March 7, 2011
It would be too expensive to go there considering the price of gas plus the hotel stay. It would be ridiculous to spend so much money just to catch the beads, right? So, we rather save our money for a cruise to Bahamas than, spend it on gas. Guess, that would be a wise idea for now!