Archive for the ‘ma famille’ Category

Je vous présente, l’aventir artisan.

September 12, 2010

L'oeuvre.

I present to you, the future artisan. My 6-year old nephew, Moki 🙂 Photo above (excuse the really teeny tiny scanned scale) is Moki’s fantastic work of art that got selected in their school (amongst other kids’ loser artworks, haha.) to be printed on novelty shirts, and other items, for the St. Leander Family Festival, in San Leandro CA.

What can I say, the fruit does not fall far from the same tree. Haha.

Moi et Moki, année deux-mille sept.

I heard he’s into fùtbol right now, I can’t wait to show a few tricks that I incessantly practice daily (after a few almost-broken fragile home decor).

In the meantime, we’d be patiently waiting for those shirts with his art printed on it. I’d wear it oh so proudly like it’s the only shirt that I own.

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C’est enfin là!

August 8, 2010

It’s finally here! The Ikea Flat Iron Building wall poster that Tenok gave me as a move-in present for my place next year 🙂 I’ve been eyeing this gorgeous, gorgeous, photo at Ikea for the past two years, and last May my sister bought it for me, so happy 🙂 My sister had it sent via courier since I can’t have it checked-in on the plane because of its irregular dimensions.

It’s so huge (200 cm x 140 cm) that it will definitely cover an entire section of a wall. Can’t wait to finally move in my place, and hang one of my fave NYC landmarks in my living room.

Je suis retour (encore)

August 8, 2010

(Moi, ma sœur, mon beau-frère, et les fabuleux twins)

D’accord, so the blogging hiatus this time was a bit longer than expected. Was supposed to post photos of me and my nieces during my stay with them in Nouveau York en Mai, but I got busy with work the moment I got back.

The weather outside is gloomy, perfect day to read a good book, curled in my bed. I’d be getting back to my book in a bit.

Un Joyeux Nöel à tout la monde

December 25, 2009

Here’s a photo taken Holidays of 2004, with my adorable godson/nephew Miko. It really is something if Christmas is spent with kids around. It’s more fun. Now that I am turning vingt sept in less than two weeks, I’m close to making the conclusion that Christmas was really meant for them kids.

Hopefully I get to spend Christmas 2010 with my whole family. The last we were complete together was summer of 2001.

Un Joyeux Nöel à tout la monde! Enjoy the holidays everyone.