Foo Fighters

My Vid Pick Of The Week : Kid Duo Performing Everlong By Foo Fighters

It’s been quite a long time since my last post, went on a semi-hiatus mode, but hey it’s good to be back. The itch to write is here again, so time to scratch it off hehe. Well, this writing thing has been part of my system already, so definitely will be back, many thanks to my beautiful and very nice friends/former colleagues who influenced me on the world of blogging. You guys rock and a big inspiration! 🙂


Talkin’ about people who rock my world, here are two kids who made my mood today perfect. Found this vid through on of my friend’s posts, and it stunned me. The girl singing was great. She’s so cute and adorable in that hippie-inspired outfit. 🙂 And the boy on acoustic guitar?! He was awesome! As these two inspired me, it has come to my mind that I better post more vids like this one, yeah I do think so, ok so from time to time, I will be posting some of my favorite vids here and will call it my vid pick of the week.


Today’s pick is the duo of Dylan and Lauren, who at a very young age, were able to perform my favorite Foo Fighter’s song “Everlong”. I’m sure Dave Grohl and the rest of Foo Fighters will be happy if they see this great performance. 🙂



Art Start

Coloring a book using crayons, colored pencil or water color is one of the early stages of being into arts. Followed by drawing on pad papers and so on. Most kids I’ve seen were drawn into a coloring book. Well me too. I love colors, always been fascinated by it and always give me a relaxing mood. When I was a kid, I used to draw a lot, mostly superheroes, and then ripping them off to have my own creation of characters. Very much like my nephews and niece who also love to draw and color. Some of their works were inspired mostly on the cartoons they’ve watched and at times on the environment around.


This is a good start in getting them drawn into arts. The one area I loved but couldn’t just execute because I’ve stopped drawing after getting hooked on basketball back in elementary days and not knowing how to paint hehe. Now I’m having some hard time drawing characters I used to do easily even when there’s an image to copy. Well as for these kids, I hope they continue this passion because it enhances one’s creativity.


Kaye, Gian and Lance all busy coloring Sponge Bob.



One of the early drawings of my niece Kaye. I found it on her old notebook. Reminds me of myself, had been filling my old notebooks with illustrations of different characters before. And just like me, she also doesn’t want to be watched while working on an illustration, maybe after it’s finished only you can see it. 🙂