Book according to Wikipedia is a set of written, printed, illustrated, or blank sheets, made of ink, paper, parchment or other materials, usually fastened together to hinge at one side. A single sheet within a book is called a leaf and each side of a leaf is called a page. A set of text-filled or illustrated pages produced in electronic format is known as an electronic book (e-book).
I aint a book fanatic. As a matter of fact I have only read one book in my life as far as I can remember and it was by Margaret Davis’ For The Love Of My Son. I just got hooked with the story and it only took me 3 days to finish it which was quite surprising as I hate reading. I am very opposite of my husband when it comes to that, he just love reading his books. He’s got an e-reader as well which was good but still he purchase books from eBay or Amazon which is cheap and was already used. He then gives it to the book bank near the community centre in our village to help those charitbale foundations to raise money for the soldiers or for poor children and people.
Now here is my little collection of book photos. Hope you like it!
Very first book I’ve read in my life. For The Love Of My Son by Margaret Davis.
Four voulmes of Cassell’s Dictionary of Practical Gardening from my in-law’s book shelf.
My husbands old books that are ready to be donated at the Book Bank.
Love is in the air! As always I suppose. Love for me is TRUTH, HONESTY, LOYALTY and FRIENDSHIP. Everyday for me is love day, I am happy and contented in the arms of my lovely husband. Didnt know what love means before until my husband came. I had a dark past but despite of all it wasnt the hindrance for him to love, marry and spend his life with me. Happy days and lovely feeling, I couldnt ask for more and I am very blessed.
Here are my photographs! I hope you’ll enjoy and advance Happy Valentines Day to all the couples out there. xxx
Newly wedded couple walking away, holding hands together. Magical!
Young couple on a date in Lincoln
My Parents on our holiday in Leyte last year (taken using iPad 2)
According to WIKIPEDIA, a PORTRAIT is a painting, photograph, sculpture or other artistic representation of a person, in which the face and its expression is predominant. The intent is to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the person. For this reason, in photography a portrait is generally not a snapshot, but a composed image of a person in a still position. A portrait often shows a person looking directly at the painter or photographer, in order to most successfully engage the subject with the viewer.
My BEST MATE Keziel
My Nephew Kirk. He was NEWLY BORN here.
My 4 year old daughter, Nina.
Nina in one of her MOOD.
A pretty little girl in the beach.
These are the photos I have collected and had been sitting on my document folder for quite a long time now so I thought of showcasing them for you to enjoy and judge.
I hope you enjoyed!
All of us had our moments of the year who gone by whether it’s with laughter or with tears but still we manage to kept moving and enjoyed every little bits of what we have.
I can say that my 2012 was a very good, fruitful year.
I have accomplished a lot, met new people, travelled couple of times and conquer to pass those difficult times in my life.
I am very glad to share to you few highlights of my year 2012.
March 31- Passed IELTS and got few points which what I opt for.
April 10- My daughter’s dream birthday party in a fast food chain was granted. She received toys and clothes as presents from her visitors.
April 23- I got engage to a very beautiful man. We were in Tagaytay and he proposed to me in the hotel’s restaurant.
June 7- We got my VISA granted after a long, tiring journey of visa preparations.
June 16-19- Went to Leyte to see me Dad’s family side (Nan and all that). We hopped in a truck and drove almost 1 1/2 days to reach Leyte. Everybody enjoyed and all were reunited.
June 25- I set my foot to England’s Land again after a staggering 30 hour trip via Etihad Airways. I had a 9 hour stop over in Abu Dhabi, spent it all on SLEEPING.
October 05- I got married to my fiance in a registry office in Lincoln attended by our family and friends followed by a small reception down the village’s community centre.
October 21- Snoop the Beagle joined the Godmalin Family.
November 18- I had my first BIRTHDAY in the UK. Celebrated it in a pub called Nosey Parker where they serve good-grilled food. I was with my in-laws and my husband of course.
November 24- Went to Middlesbrough to to meet new friends from a Forum I recently joined. We talk the ame dialect so we get well on with each other. We had a little shopping in Tesco and had a sleep over.
December 25- Celebrated my FIRST ENGLISH CHRISTMAS with my husband and his family. I have received lovely presents and witness what do they do on Christmas Day. It was all FUN!
These last few days of 2012 wasnt as good as I expected but I have closed my 2012 with a big smile and a CHIN UP.
I am blessed enough to thank HIM up there and the people that surrounds me who keep on inspiring me to keep moving forward. I am hoping that this coming year will be more good and better than my 2012.
More smiles and happiness, more love, respect and surprises.
Have a lovely day EVERYONE!!
Recently, we visited a charity place near our village where they give shelter to the animals that has suffered and a victim of cruelty. Bransby Home of Rest For Horses is an equine welfare charity that rescues horses, donkeys, ponies and other animals. Their main objective is to prevent cruelty and protect these animals as well as promoting knowledge on how to care and treat them in public. They have two sites in the UK, one is in Lincolnshire which is 365 days open from 10am-4pm, no entrance fee, free parking and one in Herefordshire which is currently close to the public. They have over 400 animals in care and only funded by public donations.
Bransby home of Rest for Horses
The very first massive horse Ive seen ever in my life!!
Its me stroking one of them. They are very gentle and friendly!
It was my very first time to see such big-massive horses specially ex-racing horse “Craigie Boy” and those cute donkeys in the field. I suppose, these horses are very used to people as they come to their gates and put their faces over for you to have a little stroke and touch. They are also very friendly in that kind which makes you feel a little bit more comfortable. They institution also have a little gift shop and inside there are tables where you can have snacks. They sell notebooks, pens, soft toys and cards that has photos of the horses in it. They have donation boxes which is the main source of income for the charity to fund the needs of the animals, staffs there are mostly volunteers and friendly which I think is very kind and loving.
One of the fields where they gaze, play and run.
awwww… how sweet! xx
They have seen the staffs carrying their food so they are in the queue for their dinners. How clever is that?!
Waiting for their dinner. xx
I had fun on my little trip to Bransby, I may not be as helpful as others but I’ve done my part. Surely, we will go back there in summer to see more of the animals and help in our own little way.
If you wish to visit the home or help then raise funds to keep it open and going then please visit their website and see what you can do.