Game our maid plays.

Our maid makes us play a game every day. She is very kind and ensures that we don’t stop using our brains. We are pretty sure that she does this on purpose as my mom has told her a couple of times to not do it. She smiles in return and continues doing it.

The game is called “Hide the tumbler”

Every morning,  she hides the tumbler.  The tumbler is either in one of the buckets which is covered by wet clothes or another bucket…or under the stool or sometimes just outside the bathroom. She likes to keep it simple at times to challenge us and also remind us that simplicity has its own charm and we should not try to solve a problem that doesn’t exist in the first place.

If anyone who uses the bathroom after she is done washing the clothes is the lucky chosen one for the game. We get to practice control and anger management and problem solving at the same time.

How lucky na?

Farmville. :)

I am hooked to this game on Facebook called Farmville. It is not just a game. It is so much more. I, like many other city-born-never-been-to-an-actual-village ppl have a fantasy of owning a farm, cultivating crops, riding on tractors, sleeping under the stars, removing water from the well…etc. How long will I actually living like this is a different question but do I want to do something like this…the answer is yes from not only the bottom of my heart from my full heart 😉

Farmville gives me a placebo satisfaction of sorts. I have a well, animals which include horses, goats, cows, (pink and white), rabbits, ducks and swans, windmill, cottage to stay, rest tent, garden shed, pond, picnic set, maple tree, lime tree, orange tree, apple, apricot, banana, dates, plum, lemon, pomegranate, peach, fig and olive. It is amazing. I show my farm to my parents, aunts, my friends, my sis.

My excitement about owning this farm is so contagious, that if I forget to tell my aunt which veggie have I grown, she asks automatically. I absolutely love playing it. Come visit my farm and be my neighbour there. here is the link.

ME at my farm

visit it and let me know what u feel about it.