Tuesday, 10 April 2007

Smokin'....or not?

I do smoke, of late, very very, very seldom (that could explain my increase apetite and weight gain!) I've known, and always aware that I'm more of a social smoker than a habitual ones (some might say yeah, right...I know Kyrz & Ez would!). Sometimes I can go without one for a week. One might say, why not quit? Well, as Chandler would put it, it's just feel right...haha. I guess, with Aidan's around, the urge is suppressed, probably in view of his and my own family's health.

And to make it even more obvious, when we were on our way to Keukenhof in Lisse on Easter Sunday, even Z was asking me if I've quit...haha. Well, not that she doesn't know me that well, it's amazing that she probably noticed that I haven't puff any for some time already.....

Statiscally, out of 4 cartons I brought over last year, I still have slightly more than 3 cartons left.....that's about 160 in 360 days, which is about one in 3 days....that is definitely in line with my 1999 resolution of reducing and well on the way to, perhaps, quit?


[in a word a day series, I'll start with roken = to smoke (almost sounded like rokok...)


d a y a t S s said...

takpa.. pelan² kayuh naa...

p/s - Za.. main photo ni.. yg aidan pakai topi ni.. sejibikkk mcm POCOYO laa !!!... commeeeeyyyy... sukee =D

Aidan's Mama & Papa said...

H: what a word to start off your 'word a day series'!!

Yat: pocoyo apa yat? aku tak tau!


d ay a t s S said...

Pocoyo sangat best !! ( alamak.. malu aku .. dah tua² dok layan Pocoyo gak.. hehe takpe.. preparation)

Im sure ure gonna love it too. It's entertainment show for toddlers. Good for child development tau.


Narrator Stephen Fry guides Pocoyo with gentle humour as he explores the world around him. Pocoyo and his friends, Ellie, Loula, Pato and Sleepy Bird, encourage the viewer to learn through laughter, rather than leaving them feeling they have been taught.

The characters, storylines, sounds and visual appeal of Pocoyo have been carefully researched to ensure that it is perfectly tailored to encourage child development. Pocoyo takes pre-school entertainment one step further - it is visually very different to any other pre-school programme. Its innovative use of CGI animation allows Pocoyo to become a very real child - he moves, talks, plays and learns like a toddler, and he can sulk and throw tantrums like only a toddler can!

Aidan's Mama & Papa said...

ha ah la yat, macam anak aku sikit! hahaha. pocoyo is "little me" in spanish! comei eh! will try and catch it on telly! kau memang very well equipt with everything!


Ez said...

roken? he hee...no comment!