Sunday, 25 August 2013

Really? If you say so.  I can say I am conservative.  I don't embrace new music as most people do - very easy or rather not snobbish.  But I am.  I don't warm up to music until I have heard it for several times and actually sang to it, that is if I know the lyrics.  My taste borders on the music that I heard when I was growing up. 

But this style doesn't not apply to my taste on musical instrument.  I would love to try any of them and would if I can, engage in exceptional kohala exclusive soprano ukulele at guitar center. There are just things in life that I don't want to pass up.
Your Taste in Music Says You're Dynamic
Your musical tastes are energetic and rhythmic.
You are full of energy and can be quite talkative.

You are forward thinking and open minded.
You despise conservatism of any sort.

You are intense, detail oriented, and motivated.
You are an ambitious person, though your ambition is anything but conventional.
I remember last week, I didn't read any books on the train. I had a book in my bag, in fact, it is still there but I can't be bothered to read. Instead, I have been reading stuff over the net. I've been through different topics.

I read somewhere about curiosity on submarine and I got curious myself. The topic that I was reading was so technical that it was enough for me to know that submarine works because of ballast tanks. They contain water when going down and air when coming up. Hmm.

Another topic I read was about gems - mainly diamonds and oh, the most expensive jewellery which I learned the engagement ring of Duchess of Cambridge is on the top 30 costing about 38k or more. I learned about the cuts and the facets of a brilliant cut diamond which is 57 - my engagement ring has 2 brilliant cut diamond. I also read about the diamond deposits in Down Under and about the infamous pink Argyle diamond which is mined around Lake Argyle. From these gems I moved on to gold, silver, platinum, etc. I didn't notice if there was an ad in the site about how to save on hagerty silver cleaner at wwbw, though.

After reading all about those gems and minerals, I realised I might have matured as I still think good health is the most important gem or wealth a person can own. Funny, that.


Life in a home with gluten-free diet, preventing Diabetes 2 and trying to be lactose-free. And a little bit fussy child. It sounds difficult and complicated but not really. It's been roughly ten years on - we have a lot of practice.

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