The War Against Dengue Part II: A Child’s Tale

This is a picture of my son, taken a month before his first birthday. We were at my sister’s place celebrating his cousin’s birthday. It was a landed property with a large outdoor garden, so a bouncing castle was ordered in for the party. As you can imagine, all the kids spent most of their … Continue reading The War Against Dengue Part II: A Child’s Tale

The War Against Dengue Part 1: A Soldier’s Story

You may have heard of the 10-minute Mozzie Wipeout. I remember resenting the term “mozzie” being used so endearingly for what I know now to be the one animal species “responsible for killing more humans than any other animal on the planet”.

[Media Event] The Delifrance Mother’s Day Event – Mothers Not Invited

There are 3 days in every year that the Blogfather will always dread the most: his wedding anniversary, his wife’s birthday, Mother’s Day, Christmas and Chinese New Year. We have our reasons for the fear, too. The husbands will have a tendency to forget dates or worse, face scheduling conflicts. And if you do happen … Continue reading [Media Event] The Delifrance Mother’s Day Event – Mothers Not Invited

[Review] CitiBlocs: Building Blocks with Unexpected Precision

Pamela of My First Games recently offered me some CitiBlocs as gifts for my son. I’ve heard of CitiBlocs before, and being the modest, humble Blogfather I am, I politely handed back the 2 plain sets of CitiBlocs, then looked at Pam with much gratitude and said to her: “Can I have the coloured ones instead?”