Private Character Editor

A page from my '7th Mail Cooperation Newspaper'.

Last week, I found out about the Private Character Editor.

We can create our own font and also draw using it.

And the best part is, it is very simple.

We can easily search the Private Character Editor in Windows 7 and Vistacomputer

First draw or write, then exit and search for Character Map.

Next, open the Character Map and choose the All Fonts (Private Character Editor).

Click your drawing, letters or words that you wrote and then click ‘select‘.

Then go to PowerPoint and paste your writing or drawing.

Give it a try and have fun 🙂 🙂 🙂

‘Spisedecial’ – A New English Word?

On 15th February 2012 we went to Carrefour, Wangsa Maju and my father saw a truck with a word ‘Spisedecial’ on it infront of us.

Have you ever seen this word?

I thought it was a made up word.

Then when my father drove beside the truck this was what we saw 🙂

The word spisesedial is actually specialised :mrgreen:

I think that was a spelling disaster 😉

Meeting Indiana Jones

On 12th February, 2012 I met the new Indiana Jones!

The new Indiana Jones and me at the KLIA. We are wearing a similar hat!

His name is Rupert Mann.

He is an archeologist just like Dr. Jones and wears a hat too.

An archeologist is a person who dig underground and search for artifacts.

He is a very tall man and he lives in Melbourne, Australia.

This is the first time I meet a real archeologist.

It is very interesting to hear about the things that they found underground.

I think that the new Indiana Jones is as fun as Dr. Jones that we watch on TV.

Before leaving Malaysia, he gave me an Indiana Jones hat, just like the one that he wears.

I'm wearing my new Indiana Jones hat.

I am very happy because I really wish to have my own hat.

I love meeting Indiana Jones and I hope to meet him again soon.

From left is Thomas, Rupert, me (in front of them), my mother, my big sister Kafah, and my big sister Kashah.

My 9th Birthday

February 13, 2012 was my 9th birthday.

Anyway on February 11, my father made a surprise and gave me the first birthday present – a gamepad!

We celebrated my birthday on February 12 because my father was going outstation on February 13.

On February 13, I celebrated my birthday again with my mother and my big sisters 🙂 🙂 😉

I got lots of presents from my family 🙂

I received a very old Great Britain Seahorse Stamp and a Penny Red from my mother, a very big stamp album from my father with some sports stamps and another album from my mother.

The top three rows are the stamps given to me by Kashah. The stamps on the bottom row were given to me by my mother. On the left is the Great Britain Penny Red and on the right is the 'Seahorse'. Please click for a bigger image.

My big sister Kaman gave me a Chuggington Wilson and a green whiteboard marker while my big sister Kashah gave me  a storybook, a folder with some stamps and a Japanese Dictionary.

On the left is Chuggington Brewster and on the right is Chuggington Wilson.
On the left is the storybook from Kashah and on the right is the notebook from Kafah.

I also received a fancy scissors set (those that can cut in zig-zags and other fancy designs), some stamps and a notebook  from my big sister Kafah.

My mother also gave me a bottle of cologne, a Chuggington Brewster, 2 new Malaysian 20 sens coins, a file and lots and lots of stamps including some real 3D stamps.

The 3D stamps from my mother but we have to look at the real stamps to see the 3D effect.

I also received a badminton racket, shoes and sandals.

And yesterday, the new Indiana Jones, Mr. Rupert Mann gave me an Indiana Jones hat and his friend Thomas gave me some mint Australian stamps!

I am wearing my new Indiana Jones hat given to me by the new Indiana Jones, Rupert Mann.

I think this is my best birthday ever because I received so many cool presents since February 11 until February 15, 2012 and there were so many wonderful surprises too!

Sh-sh-shivering Winter In Europe

Now  there is a very cold winter in Europe.

Thick snows covered cars, houses and also trees.

Rivers, lakes and canals are frozen.

More than 400 people died.

But in Malaysia, it is very hot…..

I wish it snows in Malaysia 🙂

So, I wrote  a poem entitled, ‘Snowing in Malaysia’:

Snowing in Malaysia
If  only it ever be snowed….
….all over the Malaysian road
I’ll then be making snowman
or  maybe  some ‘snowvan’…
Playing with snowballs
and not
going to the malls
If Malaysia ever be snowed….

Here are some pictures of the cold winter in Europe:

A city phone is seen covered with hoarfrost, with the air temperature at about minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit), in Kiev, February 1, 2012. (REUTERS)
A frozen house is seen on a track of the Sedivackuv. Long dog sled race in Destne v Orlickych horach, January 26, 2012. Each year, racers from all over Europe arrive to the village of Destne in Orlicke mountains in Czech Republic to take part in this race series. REUTERS/Petr Josek
Icicles hang on a rock as the sun sinks in the west in the Thuringian Forest near Eisenach, central Germany, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012. A cold spell has reached central and eastern Europe with temperatures far below zero. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
An iced gargoyle in a fountain in Zurich, Thursday Feb. 2, 2012. A cold spell has reached central and eastern Europe with temperatures far below zero. (AP Photo/Keystone/Alessandro Della Bella)
Ice is pictured on a a warning sign at the harbour of Versoix near Geneva February 3, 2012.
A man walks past an ice covered car on the frozen waterside promenade at Lake Geneva in the Swiss city of Versoix. (AFP)
A hiker walks in front of a frozen waterfall in Oberhaslach, eastern France. Ice-breakers Tuesday battled Europe's big chill as the Danube river froze over more than 100 miles (170 kilometres), and dozens died of cold on a continent gripped by some of the lowest temperatures in decades. (AFP Photo/Frederick Florin)
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