I have so much stuff already, especially regarding work, that I need to make my filing more efficient. Just last time, I opened my drawer and it is just full of cables, printouts, fliers, brochures, manuals, and CDs of installers like antivirus, scanner software, and mobile phone programming.
There is just a lot of them because every time we buy a new gadget or equipment, it comes with a bulky box with lots of reading materials, a warranty card, cables, attachments, and a CD software. So I need to file them and organize them in such a way that whenever I would need them, they would come in handy. Like for example, if I will reformat my computer, I would definitely need my installers so that I can get back to working again.
Sigh, anyone who wants to volunteer to fix up my space? Hehe Because no matter what I do, I couldn’t seem to keep up with the organizing thing. There is just so much to organize!
I like the show Powerpuff Girls on Cartoon Network. And I especially like the intro that the girls were made out of sugar and spice and everything nice. They were just made powerful by Chemical X. I think that is so cute. The plot is so simple actually but it is so heartwarming and the stories are interesting to the kids (and also to this adult).
I, too, have two girls and I think that they are made of sugar and spice. They are very special and tender and very adorable. Eventually, the older one will be a teenager so I just relish this time that she may still be considered a child.
But I am also very much aware that someday I will eventually let her go little my little. It may be sooner than I think but she will go into high school and we will be thinking about crushes and prom dresses and then graduation. Time flies so fast. Even my little girl is now a toddler. Sigh…I must be getting really old and emotional. Haha It is just that I still have not gotten over the wonder and awe of pregnancy and giving birth and now my kids are growing up so fast that I can hardly catch up with them. Like any parent, I need parenting lessons to cope with … well, parenting, obviously. Haha…
I am happy for my children, but I do miss their being children.