I’m glad I don’t work for a CPA firm, otherwise it wouldn’t be a Spring season at my house but more like a Tax season. If you haven’t filed your 2010 taxes, you still have time and surprisingly some of my co-workers didn’t know that you can still make a deductible retirement contribution such as a traditional IRA contribution to the 2010 tax year. The deadline is April 18th and you can count this towards last year’s tax return. I didn’t make any contribution to my 401K at work this year, so this is a good alternative for me.
I’m not sure what processed me to stop by this place to take a picture after work, perhaps it’s the spring flower tree.
I pass this neighborhood everyday and if I were to tell my cousins in Laos that not everyone living in America lives in a big house, I wonder if they would believe me.
I think this is what they would imagine what living in America is like.
Big or small, it is still a house.
Rent or own, and once again I’m a landlord.
Learning is different also, this year Lee started learning the multiplication table. I recalled that we had to recite the multiplication table every morning before class, repetition seems to work for us growing up in Thailand. As for Lee, her teacher takes a different approach and the students have to sing the multiplication songs. I guess learning could be fun, and the only drawback is that the student would be singing in class while taking the test.
- Multiplication Table 2
- Multiplication Table 3
- Multiplication Table 4
- Multiplication Table 5
- Multiplication Table 6
- Multiplication Table 7
- Multiplication Table 8
I’ve been sick in the last few days and I haven’t been working in my garden much. I think the chance of me seeing my broccoli growing is next to none, someone has been in my garden.
And I could guess who.
This one might be gone by tomorrow morning.
A good thing that my buk choy are still there, not sure for how long. I might have to harvest them sooner than I thought.
And I hope I get to eat Lee’s strawberry this year.