This is the first time that my daughter try her hand at doing cartoon characters. Being a Glee fan myself, I’m happy to find out that she chose to draw some of her favorite Glee personalities namely, Rachel, Finn, Quinn, Puck, Artie, Tina, Santana, Brittany, Mercedes, and Kurt. 🙂
By the way, we watched Glee 3D Concert Movie last Saturday and we really enjoyed the awesome performance of the whole gang – despite having to shell out a little over P1,000 for the movie ticket. 🙂
I found this Christmas card from the box of old pictures and cards. The card was signed by the staff of the UNAIDS Philippines (Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS Philippines), They are the ones who deal with the members of the press. These people are also responsible for making the agency’s program accessible to the public.
Paper Culture christmas cards such as this one have a way of bringing back worthwhile memories. Aside from postcards I also receive two or more e-cards from news sources during my birthday and holiday season. You may check out some sites if you wish to get printable Christmas cards that you want to give your friends, family members and other people worthy of appreciation.
My kids developed the habit of reading at an early age. I’m glad that we’re able to instill in them the love for books as preschoolers. When we bring them to the office or a relatives’ house, I always carry one or two of their favorite books. I also bring crayons and coloring books instead of toys. Now that they are older they still enjoy reading books and magazines. They also check on some sites on the Internet for good reading stuff. With the accessibility of Internet at home, I just hope their interest with books will never fade as they grow older. Lately, the kids wish to own a tablet computer that they can carry around wherever they go.
How about you, does your child have the same fascination for books?