Monday, March 22, 2010

Awake for 25 Hours and Counting

I've been awake since a little before noon yesterday and now I am still awake typing away on my laptop. I am so darn sleepy but I want to finish a project of mine so that it will be paid out this Friday. If I am able to do so, I might just have enough cash as a down payment for a second hand car, which will also be my very first one.

My mother in law might be in the states earning a considerable amount of money when converted into my currency, but I do not want to be dependent on her for the things I want, need, and want to give my kids and my family. So here I am, even though I am just a stay at home mom, I manage to earn a couple of hundred of dollars a week, but I already look like the guy in this picture from this site I stumbled upon. Oh well, I guess I can keep my eyes open for a few more hours if it means that I can get one of my goals done.

Friday, March 19, 2010

What do you think of the new dNeero homepage?

I haven't been to dNeero lately, although I have like $5 as a balance from previous conversations I've joined. I was glad to receive an email from them about this new conversation, and it's focused on the opinion of users on how we like the new site design. It still has the familiar look and feel of the old site, but the new design is great. Good job guys!

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Another Blast from the Past Picture

That's me standing with the green shoulder bag...I honestly did not recognize myself but I recognized that Lacoste bag of mine. Sob, I guess it's time I accepted how much weight I put on after 2 cesarian sections plus staying at home in front of the PC all day. I wonder how my friends managed to keep all of these old pictures with them when I don't even have a single one?

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

A Blast from the Past

A college friend of mine posted this in FaceBook...and all I can say is OMG! I was so thin back then...and that shirt does not fit me anymore!!! I think it would fit my eldest daughter I was that freaking thin back then? Whoa!

Monday, March 8, 2010

Should I....

My husband Henry asked me if I wanted to trade in my netbook for a dual core Asus laptop that comes with a 12 inch screen. I'm not sure of the model yet, but the person whom we bought my current Neo Vivid netbook does offer trade ins for a reasonable price. I've always wanted a bigger netbook with bigger keys, not to mention something that came in black since this one I'm using never fails to give out signs of daily use.

What I'm concerned about is how I'm so used to everything with this netbook I currently have, and getting a new one would be like getting to know a whole new person. I know the guy we bought this from can transfer everything that I have on this netbook to the new one I'll buy, but I'm not should I or should I not?

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Rehab 101

Helping someone who doesn't want to be helped or thinks that there is nothing wrong with him or her is a very hard thing to accomplish, especially if the case is addiction. Fortunately, there are plenty of drug rehab in Ohio you can seek help for your friends and family members. 

The Ohio Drug Rehabilitation can help your loved one in so many ways. Aside from drug addiction, this facility can also help your friends and loved ones get over other addictions such as alcoholism. Addiction is often caused by pain from a past trauma that a person tries to hide or numb with the use of substances. We all know that you can't hide the pain forever, and using such substances is bad for anyone's health. Having a family member who is addicted to such substances also affects everyone in the family, not just the addicted person.

The Ohio Drug Rehab has different ways in approaching treatment for addiction, including long term treatment. Your loved ones will be receiving a combination of cognitive therapy and medical treatment. More often than not, detox doesn't always do the trick since some patients tend to jump right back into their addiction after they get out of rehab. Finding out what the root cause is and working from there while treating the addiction medically is the best way to go.
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