A tip for all of you newly married (and maybe old-married) people out there: find out what your significant other’s favorite flower is and bring it home every once in a while. Just because.
It’s Friday, and I’m done for the week. I’m exhausted and I didn’t even work the full week. This does not bode well for the weekend.
…from KL again. I love this city. There are some weirdnesses, and I’ve really never travelled away from the downtown core, but where I’ve been has been pretty sweet.
So, here’s the Petronas Towers once again.
Not an actual orange (the fruit), but the colour orange. An orange lily, to be more precise.
This was one of the many flowers outside our mall (the mall attached to our school) for the grand opening celebration.
…actually, it’s the same pretty flowers, just from a different angle and with a bit of a different process.
What do you think?
Well, this one is.
The fountains in the front definitely help.
I hope your day is as great as this flower is pretty.
I took my children into Vancouver last March. Every time we go, the kids want to ride the train. We take the most circuitous route in order to have to ride as many trains as possible. It’s fun, if not a little time consuming. What’s most fun is meeting a bunch of different people along the way.
This young lady was on the train with us from this stop, Broadway and Commercial, until we got off in Coquitlam. After boarding the train, she put the newspaper away, sat quietly and watched what was passing by the window. She was particularly amused with my kids and their ability to eat copious amounts of candy. I was amazed at her ability to sit quietly and, seemingly, meditate the entire ride. No cell phone. No newspaper. No nothing. Just sitting, waiting, smiling. Pretty cool.
I’ve been at home due to illness for the last two days. Finally, this afternoon, I felt well enough to go for a walk. We live about five minutes from Cultus Lake and I like taking walks at this lake in the fall. There are few tourists, even fewer boaters and just lovely colors and peaceful water.
If you think it’s pretty, come on over. I’ll take you for a walk that’ll knock your senses for a loop.
It’s truth in advertising.
Also, it’s the end of the first full day of teaching and I’m tired, so that’s all you’re getting. Sorry.