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Life's a beach

Did you have a good bank holiday weekend? Mine lasted a day longer than usual (ahem) but we’ve had a great few days. On Sunday we visited Camber Sands in Rye. 452 more words

Welcome Me To The City!

True to the title. I moved to the city! From Dasmarinas, Cavite I moved to Makati for my new job. Well, not exactly a new job, but a new company. 854 more words

Daily Thought

Iconic Home Of Frisbee, Hula Hoop Maker To Be Demolished

PASADENA (CBSLA.com) — The original home of the Frisbee, the Hula Hoop and the Slip-N-Slide is about to meet the wrecking ball.

KNX 1070’s Ron Kilgore reports an iconic set of buildings formerly occupied by Wham-O and Sriracha sauce maker Huy Fong Foods is set to be demolished this week. 255 more words


5 Fun Things to Do After School (That Don't Involve Staring at a TV Screen)

Whether you’re looking for a structured program or just some unscheduled free time, the D.C. area offers a variety of great after school activities. Kids stay engaged until dinnertime, while keeping their bums off the sofa (it’s a total win-win). 611 more words

Indoor Fun

The World According to Fitz: Super Fitz in Cape Cod

Oh hey!  The humans let me write again. Well, sort of.  I don’t have thumbs.  I wish I had thumbs.  Thumbs seem awesome.

Speaking of awesome. 231 more words

Fun Fact Friday - August 22nd, 2014

Did you know that…

1. New York City subway trains travel an average of about 150,000 miles before breaking down.

2. Frisbees were invented in the 1940s by Yale students when they used pie pans to throw around. 8 more words

Fun Fact Friday

Depths of Insanity.

The definition of insanity as quoted by Albert Einstein, “Doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.”

I may have just self diagnosed myself as insane. 231 more words