You’re not lost. Don’t worry, you’re still in thecuriousme site. I know it looks groovy! Thanks to my little sister, @TheSoulfulVixen, for creating the new classy logo and header. Yipey!
Right, thecuriousme is now evolving from a cute & naughty little fairy to a funky & sassy nerd. 😀 It’s some sort of transformation from “fairytale” to reality. 😀 I bet you’re getting pumped because you’ve just witnessed the first phase of thecuriousme “renovation”. 😉
No, the change is not a sudden decision. It has been in my to-do list for the last year to have a complete revamp of the site including the change of name. However, after contemplating for a few months, I have decided to stick with thecuriousme since it has already become my trademark.
More “interior” changes will happen soon whether you like it or like it. Ha!
Having so many things in mind makes it challenging to pen down thoughts. Why did I decide on writing about defining moment? Well, succumbing to the clamor of reinventing my blog site definitely “pushed” me to write this entry.
For the past two days, I’ve been working on the technicalities and structure of the “ avant-garde” and rebranded site. Right now, it’s in the transition stage. I will fill you in once the ground works is completed.
I’m sure we all have experienced defining moment in our lives. It becomes the moment of truth wherein there’s a certain degree of that “point of no return” scene which will eventually lead to a metamorphosis.
Whether the end result is good or not so good, what matters most is having the backbone to decide and firmly acting on it with determination.
James is my 6-year old adorable and quickwitted nephew who taught me how to play beyblade, Wii, and Xbox. He also wanted to teach me how to play Bakugan but I kept giving excuses. :p
In any case, below are some of his cute funny moments:
Credit Card James: Mom, can I borrow your credit card? Mom: Why James? What do you need it for? James: I want to buy toys for free. Mom: What do you mean for free? James: Because if you use a credit card, you don’t spend money. You just swipe the card! You should use it more often Mom.
Can you believe it? He already had that concept at such a young age. omg! Note: It was later on explained to him that the credit card is paid through the bank.
Phone James: Hey Tita, why are you always using your phone? Tita (TheCuriousMe): Because you’re always using my laptop James. I’m using my phone to surf the internet, chat, browse facebook, listen to music, watch videos, and write articles for my site. James: Is it a phone laptop? Me (TheCuriousMe): Yes James.
James stopped talking and was in deep thought for a moment. Then he suddenly grab his Nintendo DS and dash off to the bathroom. Maybe to internalize how “phone laptop” works. I’m sure he will figure it out when he’s few years older.
School Me: James, will you be in Grade 5 next school year? James: No, I will be in Grade 2. (Note: He’s currently in Grade 1.)
Me: How come? Can’t you choose? What if you want to be in Grade 6? James: That can’t be. I need to pass through grade by grade. (Note: His expression is really serious and he sounds like we are discussing a very crucial topic)
I just smiled. Another lesson from James eh? To sum it up, we can never climb Mount Everest in just one day. We can never move a mountain with one push. There’s no shortcut. It should be taken one step at a time. Aja!
Moreover, one thing that he can’t live without is Pinky! It’s a pink stuff toy that was bought before he was born. His Mom thought she will give birth to a baby girl but it turned out that it’s a boy! Sans James and Pinky are like twins, simply inseparable!
I’m a true blooded Filipino who was born and raised in the Philippines. I stayed momentarily in Europe and Singapore then eventually migrated somewhere in North America. Moreover, I’ve never been to Korea… and nobody paid me to write this. :p However, if Koreans would like to treat me with an all expense paid trip to Korea… that would be awesome! If given the chance, I want to see the Jeju Island, Seoul and the Namsan Tower.
I can’t really understand why am I so hooked with Korean TV Series.. maybe because it’s an excellent stress reliever? Koreans make simple stories into a great feel good and charming series. I’ve finished watching five (5) series plus one (1) in progress. Every episode lasts for an hour and the usual series have 17 to 25 episodes.
Only Hearts of 19 has 160+ episodes. I’m now in the 95th episode but currently I stopped watching so that I can focus in writing entries for my blog site and at the same time, live my life like normal human being should do. :p