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Lost in the Frost

Scarofthesky

Scarofthesky

WELCOME STUDENTS!!!

for my first post i give you scarofthesky and mooglemancer’s work. i know you loved this. i hope you visit this site often for you references. feel free to browse and find. see you soon.

scarofthesky and mooglemancer, i hope you dont mind…

kakatapos lang lumindol sa 5th room on the 4th floor. a little scary. but i survived 🙂

4 comments on “Lost in the Frost

  1. Boado, Julie Ann L.
    July 11, 2009

    na download ko na po mam,its easy.. hehe.. thanks mam

  2. rhanel,leo,adamson,jerico
    June 29, 2010

    tnx mam……nakuha nah powh namen ang ibig savhin ng mga elements,,,,,,,at ung pinatitingin nyo sa ming picture…
    tnx…..god bless….tnx.

  3. Lhester comia
    June 30, 2010

    Mam,ang galing naman nyu…Hehehe…Makaka2long po tlaga ito samen.

  4. Pingback: 2010 in review « Fifth room in the Fourth floor

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How this morning was spent. I didn't capture it on video, but she said this was "mountain, mountain." She learned that word when we were in Lucban, visiting her Lola. She knows Lola lives near the mountain and she misses her. Sigh, someday again. Also, yay to fine motor skills, attention to details, and attention span! Old school play. #toddlerplay #toddlernarratives
#gamerchef has been experimenting with new dishes so he can expand our vegetable repertoire. This banana heart teriyaki fried rice is such a success! Little one loved it. So now, we can include banana hearts in our vegetable orders. Last night, he added okra to a stir fry. It was still yummy, but the slimy texture is still there, so I'm not a big fan. Little one refused to touch the okra. Now we discover okra also dries up quite fast, so not adding okra to the list. I wonder what vegetables we can to our list... #toddlerfood
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Baked some chocolate orange bread. Needs more chocolate, I will try one more tablea tablet next time. I wonder if I should also add more orange zest. Yummy for a thunderstormy afternoon. I just wish the rain would just fall, the humidity is giving me a headache. #baking
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