sam treats- september 30,08

Monday, September 29, 2008





aside from stuff that we got for sam for her birthday ,i also took sam to the currumbin park in goldcoast australia last saturday september 27,2008-. she had a great day with her second cousin and yes i took few photos but sad no one take a pic of me in the animals ...huhuhuhuhu.....ow well sam enjoyed it...P.S the koala is so adorable.

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sam treats- september 30,08






more of sam treats for her 3rd birthday in october 2...daddy add more to her $250 worth of lego and now its all $300 spent. sam loves the lego she plays it everyday, she sleep late and wake up early just to go straight to playing lego...she's so good at it and create different sorts....(dogs,house,chairs,table,even my own square face hehehehhe cute.
and i also bought her this cuty pink mammuth chair from ikea for $10.
all i need to do now is to order a character cake and this coming saturday be early to southbank brisbane for a good spot of table and barbe area......just let sam swim and enjoy.....

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sam treats- september 30,08


sam treats
for everyone
its samantha 3rd birthday coming soon and i dont know what to give for presesssss...Ops!..i already did....hehehehehe gawd i dont know i just cant probably wait for that day all of the presesssss were open and use. when it comes to shopping -it is an excuse hehehehe.....
i got her this electronic piano from fisher price for $149 which is really good and she loves it. it can be attach to the tv and has games to play and do some freestyle- its fun the dodgeball hehe...., i also got her adidas sneakers for she needs upgrade so that she can keep up with me on walking., i also bought her this my little pony blanket and tru pillow from target -its on sale., and got her coloring pens on brush which is really good no mess and no drips and its washabale.
october 2 is her birthday and i didnt really plan on doin anything special. her first birthday was a bit hard preparing food as i do it alone and then last year i just ordered it-it cost so much and the foods just all goes to waste. so this year im thinking of just a small get together with a friend rhiza and her family in the city, as well as taking samantha to an animal park in goldcoast with my inlaws.
anyways she get treats every single day .....whats important is she's happy and healthy.
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my gym thingy



Selecting the right sport shoes
The most important piece of equipment for any physical activity is, undeniably, the shoe. A
comfortable sport shoe can make your experience much more enjoyable.
A shoe that doesn’t fit properly or that is ill-suited for your particular type of physical activity
can harm the back, hips, knees and ankles.
It’s important to realize that 25 percent of the population has some type of foot problem that
requires special shoes, and that women experience four times the number of foot problems than men.
Therefore, it’s important to select a shoe based on the morphology of one’s foot.
A person’s foot shape is generally classified among three categories:
1- a flat foot (no arch)
2- a normal foot
3- a foot with a pronounced arch
Each type of foot requires a different type of shoe. A flat foot needs strong support to
accommodate lateral movements. For normal feet, it recommend a shoe that offers good stability.
Finally, to opt for a shoe with excellent cushioning for a foot with a pronounced arch.
Its always adviseable people to buy their sport shoes at specialty stores (e.g. Sports Experts, SAIL,
etc.) and to particularly avoid boutiques selling trendy shoes, as these are completely unsuitable for
sports activities. Very often, these shoes don’t offer good support and have a heel that’s too high (the
heel of a sneaker should never exceed one inch). What’s more, salespersons who work in sporting
goods stores are generally better-equipped to give you good advice. A qualified salesperson will ask
you to walk nearby in order to examine your gait and then determine your specific needs according to
your foot morphology. When it’s time to go shopping, bring along an old shoe so that the clerk can
examine its particular wear pattern.
Tips for buying shoes
1- Shop in the late afternoon, as feet swell during the day. This way, you can ensure that your new
shoes won’t be too tight.
2- Determine your foot morphology in advance so that you can inform the salesperson.
3- If you wear ortheses, bring them with you to see whether they fit your new shoes.
4- Try on your sneakers with the type of socks you normally wear.
5- Select an athletic shoe that’s a half-size bigger than your dress shoe. Another indicator to help
you find the right size: the width of your thumb should fit between the end of your big toe and
that of the shoe.
6- Try on both shoes and lace them up completely. We often have one foot that’s slightly bigger
than the other. Choose the size that fits the larger foot best.
7- Walk or jog in the store, or reproduce the same movements you normally perform when you
exercise; this will help you determine how the shoe will support your movements. As well, try
to walk on different surfaces (e.g. carpet, wood floor, etc.).
8- Spread out the toes to verify whether the width of the shoe is appropriate for your foot size.
9- Make sure that your heel stays in place while you walk in order to minimize friction and,
consequently, blisters.
10- See to it that you can easily bend your toes, since the shoe sole must be flexible enough to allow
a proper extension of the foot while walking.
You should be prepared to pay between $100 and $150 for good-quality athletic shoes. It is also
recommended that you replace your pair every 500 kilometres, or every six months, if you regularly
engage in physical activity.
Among the more notable brands, we have New Balance, Asics, Nike Air, Brooks and Ryka.
Ryka is a sneaker brand made by women for women, so it’s well-suited for our needs. Among the
other choices for outdoor shoes, Merrell and Salomon are also good brands.
There’s a shoe for every activity
For every type of athlete and category of physical activity, there are certain features to look for
when picking the right shoe. Here are some guidelines:
For the casual sportswoman who practices several different sports, we recommended that you opt for
a cross-training shoe. This type of shoe offers good support and absorbs shock well, but is generally a
little heavier.
For the dedicated walker, we recommend a shoe specifically designed for walking; such a shoe will be
lighter than a cross-trainer. The upper of the shoe is selected according to one’s foot shape.
For the runner or jogger, the prime consideration should be shock absorption in order to avoid back
and knee injury.
For the aerobics fan, shock absorption should also be taken into account, with an added emphasis on
higher ankle support to avoid sprains during lateral movements. As well, the preference here is for a
light shoe.
For the racquet sport enthusiast (tennis, squash, racquetball), the shoe should be lower and more rigid
with a durable, shock-absorbent sole.
The difference between indoor and outdoor shoes often focuses on the sole’s flex grooves. An
outdoor shoe should have deeper flex grooves to maximize traction, while an indoor shoe will have a
smoother sole.
More and more, athletic shoes are arranged in sporting goods stores according to the type of
physical activity. This makes it easier to select the shoe that’s right for us.
Let’s start off on the right foot........P.S I had this puma cross trainer and it cause me sore swollen foot.....now im using nike air running when i jog in the treadmill which is really good and extra cushion.

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dreamworld theme park- september 14,08



Motocoaster
The first Aussie motorbike rollercoaster!

Experience the rush of motorcycle racing! Get behind the handlebars of Dreamworld’s hot new thrill ride! Racing now at Dreamworld!

Mick Doohan’s Motocoaster features a fluid track with changes in elevation and high speed corners, reaching just over 72 km per hour. The riders are held in by a unique restraint system in life-size replicas of 500cc racing bikes. So hold on and experience the next best thing to Moto GP Racing!
P.S i love this ride....it feels like you want some more....aw yeah the sucks part is you get cramps in the hips.

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dreamworld theme park- september 14,08






The Claw
Looking for a tummy losing, sky high-swing, packed with adrenalin, and a big dose of fear?

Well consider traveling 9 storeys into the air, swinging at up to 75 km/hr! Scared?

Wait! It also spins 360 degrees. Dare yourself. The first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, The Claw is the most powerful pendulum on the planet.
P.S when i get in the door and saw this ride i swear to myself and to the rest of my company not to get in to this ride never! but i end up facing my fears and enjoying it.....

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