Monday, March 8, 2010

Elder Princess's Talent

My elder princess is having the same hobby as hubby. I am not sure this is because she likes to act like her father or she wants to show us how clever she is. Beside, she is a fast learner especially using or operating those electrical items.

She is now a professional camcorder girl. She is expert to operate electrical stuffs like video recorder, hand phone, TV and etc. I called her expert is because she is so well known the functions of the electrical stuffs at my home I mentioned. At least she is much better than her mom. All this are the good gene from her father!


5 comments:

Rose said...

Very clever girl. You have a very handy girl at home. :)

Home business said...

She’s indeed very clever girl. You are blessed with an amazing talented clever daughter you could be proud of.

Insolvency advice said...

Aw! You must be so proud of her, well I know I would. She has good future. I can tell she’s going to be a strong woman. Just let her do the things she loves.

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She is indeed a very clever girl. You must be really happy that she is like his father and might be jealous too. That is a very good talent and i hope she succeeds in her life.

rajans said...

yoga retreat is mostly interpreted as "union" or a method of discipline from the Sanskrit word "yuj" (to yoke or bind). A male practitioner is called a yogi, a female practitioner, a yogini.The contemporary western approach to yoga is not based on any particular belief or religion, however Yoga does has its roots in Hinduism and Brahmanism. Yoga was developed by seers or ascetics living primarily in the southern parts of India. The seers observed nature and lived as close as they could to the earth, studying the many aspects of nature, the animals and themselves. By observing and emulating the different postures and habits of the animal kingdom they were able to develop grace, strength and wisdom.Brahmanism dates back to containing sacred scriptures called "the Vedas". These scriptures contained instructions and incantations. It was in the oldest text "Rg-Veda" from the scriptures that the word Yoga first appeared, this was nearly 5000 years ago. The fourth text called "Atharva-Veda" contains mainly spells for magical rites and health cures many of which use medicinal plants. This text provided the average person with the spells and incantations to use in their everyday life and this practice of "Veda" can still be seen in the streets of India today.