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Friday, October 24, 2008

My first Pumpkin!

Just got home from grocery shopping and we bought Pumpkin! 2 for 5 dollars.I was like a kid telling my hubby to choose for the big one and with a nice shape,but he did not listen..he just told me they're the same!We took pictures of the pumpkins and our little Kiray was terrified with the pumpkins,We let her touch the pumpkins but she cried..Poor Kiray! Tomorrow we will curb the Pumpkins and I'm sure she will be more terrified with it.this is all for now,tomorrow will be go to the flea market..Good night every one!! Happy weekend!!

Kiray is terrified with the pumpkins

my pumpkins!!

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Yard Sale

We went to the city last Saturday to see the museum,but it was close.Someone gave us a wrong info that the museum is open during Saturday.So we just took some pictures outside of the museum which is an old court house build in 1905.We saw a yard sale across the street sponsored by cancer survivors.I never been to a yard sale, so my hubby take me there.It was very happy,i find it very interesting,it's just like the okay-okay in the Philippines,but the difference is you don't have to okay as the items were displayed nicely.
I wanted to buy some items but my hubby told me that we have no cash...OMG!!! He only have 10 bucks for his hair cut.We continue looking around and there this one man,He looked at Kiray and he said to us,what a cute baby we have.He handed us a bear,he gave it to us for free! Then we continue looking,a woman looked at Kiray again and she was so amazed how cute Kiray is,she gave us a small chair for baby...WOW!! We were so flattered and happy.even though we have no cash we still have items that we bring home and we did not spend money for it..just our asset,our Little Kiray.

My hubby is showing the bear,it's cute,Kiray likes it!!

at the yard sale,im holding the free chair..hehehe

Me with my Kulas and Kiray

my hubby with our little girl

the old court house now a museum