Thursday, 28 June 2012

Wolden DiToo!!!

That's my great and totaly awesome Wolden, in a gorgeous R2D2 swimsuit, who mold her curves with great efficiency!!! She's hot in it, but you cannot see her when she changing clothes... Yeah, I've got picta, but it's for me and my love of sexy women body!!!

Thursday, 24 May 2012

Nerd legs!!!

Who's tha nerd???
it's on my last shopping, in a -not-so-current quarter for me

Saturday, 26 March 2011

Sweet baby Sand on a beach.

I'm so proud of her! It's a great pleasure to see our baby walking in the sand, falling and laughing, watching the waves, the other babies. It's a new world for her, fascinating and I guess, a little scary. But she's like Dora, exploring our favorite beach!

Sunday, 6 March 2011


Players organize their individual tiles by similar color or shape, then lay them down in lines. The object of the game is to complete as many linear "Qwirkles" as possible: six tiles of the same color (but different shapes) or six tiles of the same shape (but different colors). A tile cannot be repeated in a Qwirkle, and this is the strategic complication which makes the game more challenging for the younger ones. They may see a line of yellow and want to add to it, but they cannot place a yellow circle on the line if there is already one there.
My daughter had a fine time in the beginning of the game, and we played with open hands so we could help her. But once the board became more complicated with multiple rows and lines, she got confused and lost interest. Perhaps with a few more rounds she would understand the game better, but at the moment, she prefers Pictureka instead.
My husband and I loved the strategy involved with a game that seemed so simple and we played well into the night. There are ways to block the completion of a Qwirkle as well as ways to set up your next Qwirkle, and while matching colors and shapes seems fitting for pre-schoolers, the strategic thinking requires a more sophisticated player. Once there are several rows and lines on the board, some several tiles deep, it becomes an overwhelming task for young children to make correct moves, let alone strategic ones.
The age range on this game says 6 and up, although parents will probably enjoy the game more than the youngest players. But it's definitely worth the purchase.

From the good side of february.

It was StarCon, a great moment for John and I! Like all the next years, there was coolest dudes and also a pretty good number of our neighborhood!!! It's a bad time for our money, but Sand discover this part of our universe, I hope she love and became quickly a nerd-girl! So, painters was here, always masterful and impressive, Bobba funk was here to, and John try to defy him on a dance battle, but hey, it's bobba, he's to strong, even in modern dance! And you notice that in each SW convention, there was many girls who wear leia slave suit...

Monday, 3 January 2011

The Strange Case of Origami Yoda

What's up with Origami Yoda? Tommy, a normal boy in sixth-grade at McQuarrie Middle school, has a huge crush on a girl named Sara. She is a girl that goes to the same school as Tommy. But he has a bigger problem: Is the advice that Origami Yoda gives, real? Origami Yoda is a piece of paper folded into the shape of Yoda from Star Wars by Dwight who is Tommy's friend. Supposedly, Origami Yoda gives advice, but that advice is not always best. Dwight, his creator, also speaks for Yoda in a very poor Yoda voice imitation. Kellen, Harvey, Lance, Mike, and Quavondo are friends of Tommy who have also sought the advice of Yoda. This book tells the story of these friends and their experiences with asking Yoda for advice and trying to determine if that advice was right or wrong to follow.

One day Kellen was leaning over the sink for some soap, but when he leaned back there was a wet spot on his pants that looked like pee,but wasn't pee. He went to ask Lance to grab his jacket from their classroom, but it would take to long and both of them could not afford to be late. To Kellen's surprise out came Dwight from a stall with Yoda on his finger (gross). "Dwight" called Kellen "Can I please ask Origami Yoda something?". "Sure" replied Dwight". "Um... Origami Yoda I got my pants wet, not because i peed, but what should I do?" asked Kellen. "All of pants you must wet." Dwight said in his Yoda voice. So Kellen quickly splashed water all over his pants. When he got to class his teacher was surprised, but at least he wasn't late. Quavondo was called the "Cheeto Hog" and this next experience tells why and how he is no longer the "Cheeto Hog". It was the day of the field trip to the zoo and the kids were not aloud to get food from the concessions stands, but everyone was starving. All the kids including Quavondo saw a vending machine and thought the teacher never said we could not get food from the vending machine. Quavondo was first in line for a snack and right after he had pushed the button the teacher came over and said "No food from the vending machines!". "But I already pressed the button" cried Quavondo. "Oh fine Quavondo can get his snack, but no one else!". People yelled out things like "Hey, I want some!" or "That's not fair!". Quavondo got so overwelhmed he stuffed his mouth with cheetos and from that day on he was known as the "Cheeto Hog". One day at lunch when Quavondo was sick and tired of people calling him "Cheeto Hog" he went over to ask Dwight if he could talk to Yoda. Dwight said "No Cheeto Hog". "Please" Quavondo begged. "No". Then Dwight's hand shot up with Yoda on one finger."Cheetos for everyone you must buy" Dwight/Origami Yoda said. Then Dwight covered his mouth with his other hand. "Assembly during tomorrow." He managed to say through his hands. "Then cheetos give you must. Big bags they must be." Later that day Quavondo's brother dropped him off a the supermarket to buy the cheetos. The next day at the assembly Quavondo passed out all the cheetos. He did get caught by the principal, but he was no longer the "Cheeto Hog". Now for the big event (drumroll). One day at lunch Tommy was trying to get an answer from Origami Yoda, but all he was saying was"purple". Suddenly Tommy asked Yoda "Why can't you stop Dwight from being such a loser?". That made Dwight angry. Next Dwight pulled Origami Yoda of his finger and threw him in the trash. The next day Harvey came to school with his own Origami Yoda. Then Tommy asked Harvey's Yoda "Does Sara like me?". "Hates you she does," said Harvey's Yoda "Laughs at you with friends she does.". "Wrong Harvey is," said a screechy voice. "Likes you she does. Much very!". So the two Yodas had a bet, Tommy has to ask Sara to dance and if she says yes Dwight wins, but if she says no Harvey wins. Who do you think will win?

Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Taste of Home Comfort Food Diet Cookbook

The recipes I have tried are tasty, though I am surprised how many call for butter, salt and other ingredients that are usually no-nos. The recipes in the book seem to be exactly the same as the ones in Taste of Home: Everyday Light Meals, so don't be tempted to get them both (as I had). This book has an intro and appendix with worksheets and tips for weight loss, whereas the other book focuses on lightening up favorite recipes - but the recipes are exactly the same in both books. The recipes are organized differently: this book has them sorted by calorie count; whereas the Taste of Home: Everyday Light Meals book has them sorted by the categories you usually seen in a cookbook (appetizers, desserts, pasta dishes, etc).

Sexy time !

After countless hours of fitness for keeping my gentle curves ready, this is the glorious finale! I'm sexy again! And all the mother I know look with great jealousy on my healthy body! So, picture from the eye of my man, model, me, and a sunny day at the beach side!

Sunday, 11 July 2010

Mashed Parsnips

375g (13oz) parsnips
1 Tbsp butter
3 shakes of pepper
boiling water

Prepare the parsnips and cut them into 3cm (1 1/2 in) slices. Cook in 3cm (1 1/2 in) boiling water for 10 - 15 minutes. Drain. Mash. Add butter and pepper. Serve. Serves 4.

Baked Butter Beans

375 g Butter Beans
1 large Onions chopped finely
5 cups Water
1 Apple, peeled and chopped
2 Tomatoes, diced
2 Tbsp Brown Sugar
2 Bay Leaves
1/4 cup Vinegar (Brown)
1 Tbsp Dry Mustard Powder

Place beans, water and bay leaves in a saucepan. Bring to the boil, cover, turn off heat and leave to stand for an hour (if leaving longer, place in refrigerator). Bring beans to the boil and simmer, covered for 1 hour (or microwave, covered, on HIGH for 30 minutes). Drain beans, reserving 1/2 cup liquid. Add remaining ingredients to beans, pour into a casserole dish and bake, covered, in a slow oven for 1 hour. (Or microwave, covered, on MEDIUM for 30 minutes.)

Friday, 21 May 2010

Burning Lamp (An Arcane Society Novel) by Amanda Quick

If Griffin Winters, one of London’s most powerful crime lords, wasn’t already going mad, annoying social reformer Adelaide Pyne would certainly drive him crazy. Unfortunately for him, she possesses both the Burning Lamp and the ability to work its dreamlight energy. So if there is any hope of avoiding the “Winter’s curse,” he needs to cut a deal, and the sooner the better. Griffin has already achieved the second of his paranormal gifts, and with the arrival of his third talent comes total descent into madness. But he isn’t the only one who wants the Burning Lamp, and if he doesn’t find a way to convince the infuriatingly stubborn Adelaide that they need to join forces, both of them could end up dead. A gifted literary alchemist, Quick (Jayne Ann Krentz) continues to perfect her unique recipe for romance in the second installment in her captivating Dreamlight trilogy (Fired Up, 2010) by deftly matching a delightfully sharp-witted and sharp-tongued heroine with a deliciously dark and sexy hero. Quick neatly tempers her paranormal-flavored, danger-infused plot with just the right dash of acerbic humor, and the result is another 24-karat read from one of the genre’s best.

New health !

This is my body after tons of mountain bike and steps! For me it's hard to keep my health, I love food, and my man is a great cook, so I regulary take weight! It's not a major concern, I like to eat with friends and my family is a bunch of big eaters, but with baby Sand, with all this nasty thangs in our bellies, it's better to be healthy!!!

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Sarah Blasko, at Laneway Festival

I saw her with John, at the Laneway festival, she was great, like always, and I took thousands of pictures of her beauty, her talentuous person. Hope you like the song.

Thursday, 4 February 2010

... and this is me :-)

love my actual life, I'm happy with my husband and our baby, Sand. So, I try with this blog to share some of my joy for you, friends and unknow.

Tuesday, 26 January 2010

Tao wisdom

The Tao is above existence and non-existence.
Existence is for men who use words
But the Tao does not use words.
It is as silent as a flower.
Words come from the Tao -- the Tao produces words,
But it does not use them

creamy shrimps!!!

2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese
1 (8 ounce) jar cocktail sauce
1/2 pound shrimp, peeled and deveined
1 lime
1 (16 ounce) package buttery round crackers

Place cream cheese in center of serving platter.
Mix together cocktail sauce and shrimp. Pour mixture over cream cheese.
Slice lime in half; squeeze one half over cocktail sauce. Slice other half into wedges for garnish.
Place crackers and lime wedges around edge of plate and serve.

house curry!!!

3 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 tablespoons water, or as needed
6 red onions, chopped
25 chile peppers, sun-dried
7 candlenuts
1 shrimp paste
1 teaspoon ground turmeric
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1 teaspoon ground allspice
3 lemon grass
1 tablespoon mustard seed
2 cups water
2 1/4 pounds skinless, boneless chicken breast meat - cut into bite-size pieces
2 1/4 pounds potatoes
salt to taste
1 tablespoon distilled white vinegar

Heat oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. In a medium bowl combine the onions, chile peppers, candlenuts, shrimp paste, turmeric, ginger, galangal, lemon grass and mustard seed. Blend together with a little water to form a fine paste. Add to skillet and saute until fragrant and almost dry.
Add 2 cups water and bring all to a boil. Add chicken and potatoes. Reduce heat and let simmer about 20 minutes, or until chicken is cooked (no longer pink inside) and curry is quite thick in consistency.
Add salt to taste. Remove from heat and add vinegar. Mix well and serve. This dish is best served with steamed white rice, as it is full of flavor.

Todd Lockwood fantasy world

For my husband John, Todd is a god... Oh, not one like Our Father in heaven, a small one! He's drawer and painter for the Dungeon and Dragon, his website is full of artworks definitely Huge... Yes, my friends, we can pray for Lockwooooooood! LOL
The Todd Lockwood website

John Pitre universe

A wonderful artist, who draws fantasy scene of pure light and joy. I fell in love (of his artworks, don't worry my man!!!), each of his picture is a new world, it's purely and absolutely fantastic! John Pitre website is HERE

Little Koi fish

Your shining beauty
mirrored in the cool water
So intriguing, as the waves
passed upon you
and your slend body

Your bright scales shimmering
with the sun's golden rays
reflecting upon the pond
as you swims around the damsels

Little Koi fish, little girl,
You're human, and moreover,
never feel the fear or the pain,
just relaxing, until the sun come down,
and the pond refreshing around you,
little koi fish
It's bad poetry for my lil' friend, Koi.

Harley Quinn.. It's me !

Hours of make up, days taken to prepare the Quinn's suit, and I'm ready!!! I love cosplay, and I love the Batman universe, especialy the bad girls in it! She's my favorite for years, her madness pleased me!

Paintball !

You know paintball? It's a big passion for me and my husband, even we are never in the same team, he's usualy with the Bloody Shark, also known as the Loosers, and I'm with my girls, the Nasty Virgins! It's a game, but of course, also a sport, and after a day of runnin', hiddin' and shootin', be sure people, you sleep very well!!!

Hi nicy friends of the world!

So, after technical disconvenient and displeasant words, I quit my ancient blog for coming here! Welcome to my lair, I'm not a kind of medusae or scaly thang, just a woman in love of life, who enjoy fantasy worlds and good peoples!
I'm Sutheira, welcome to my lair!