|Body Size:||Few extra pounds|
|Height:||5' 3" (160 cm)|
|Vision:||Glasses when reading|
|Hair Color:||Black Brown|
|Hair Style:||Straight - Long|
|Relationship Status:||Single - Involved|
|Existing as:||Angel- no wings|
|Liquor:||Social drinker. One or two|
|Your Home:||Live with another|
I am nuts|
Told you about that I have already have my own website didn't I? Well, it turned out that I have exceed my 2GB bandwidth. How did I do that? I really have no idea. Hmmm...
I have not been making entries at this blog of mine as I was busy setting up my own blog site. Pls do visit simplyabbie.com. Thanks.
We've been very busy this fast few days. We had our Christmas Party last 17 Dec and it was great. We have a presentation/dance contest but unfortunately, we only placed 3rd. It was themed hits of the 80's. We did enjoy the dancing. We had a lot of fun. Don't have pictures though. I'll try to get hold of some. It should be hilarious as we had a member broke her heels while dancing, we have one that almost slipped (thank God, she didn't!) and our one and only effect took off on the wrong time.
Our current director is so Cool! He's the pasimuno (promoter) of the festivities. When people...
Ever wonder where our lovable smilies came from? I found this out over elouia's site and just have to share it. Happy Smiling!
Harvey R. BallRichard Ball, co-owner of an advertising and public relations firm in Worcester, designed the Smiley Face in 1963 to help ease the acrimonious aftermath following the merger of two insurance companies.A vice president ordered a "friendship campaign" to ease tensions between the bickering workers and hired Richard Ball to come up with a suitable graphic for a button.
Smiley Face creator Harvey Ball in his Worcester...