Monday, August 22, 2011

Easy Pasta with Tuna

Today is my day off from work. It's time for myself to do nothing but rest and pamper myself the whole day and do some laundry. I'm thinking of cooking Easy Pasta with Tuna for myself. It's been a long time since I touch my pots and pans. It could be done in 20 minutes, that easy and yummy for tummy.

Ingredients:

250 grams of spaghetti pasta(cooked as package direction)
2 cans 85g of tuna in oil
salt and pepper
2 gloves of garlic(minced)
2 tsp. olive oil

Saute the garlic in olive oil,until brown. Put the 2 cans of tuna including its oil,until the tuna separately done.Then,put the cooked pasta and mix it all together.Add salt and pepper to taste.

That's easy, I always put some chili flakes on top of my pasta,'cause I like it little bits of spicy. You can substitute tuna with salmon too.

Enjoy Chow !








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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Scrubs Online

My girlfriend worked in medical field for years since she graduated with a degree in nursing.She really enjoy working as a nurse,she's too busy to buy some new scrub for her work. She's still using the worn out uniform scrubs that I bought for her since she started working as a nurse.It gives m an idea what to give on her birthday this coming week.A pair of scrub will definitely make her birthday so memorable.But the problem,I have no enough time to go for shopping because of my work schedule.So I try my luck to go for an online shop that selling comfortable,good quality scrubs.I found this cool sites http://www.blueskyscrubs.com/categories/Scrubs/Scrubs-for-Women/ .

There are different colors, style for cheap nursing scrubs that will fits individual. I bought her a pair of Olive Green Scrubs,which I know her favorite color and it will suit her style. I also check their clearance scrubs and cool accessories. I'm so thankful that I found the best gift for her. I will surely recommend this site to my friend. Read More......

Don't Want to Retire

Thanks for the article from Jermaine Haynes

Retirement is for the birds, if you ask me. I love being able to go to work every day and put in my time – I really feel like I’ve accomplished something with my day. It’s been really nice being so appreciated for so long at the same company since I know my friends don’t have the same luxury but even my kids are pushing me to quit the old job and be done once and for all. My son even gave me a subscription to WWW.Direc.TV satellite as an “early retirement” gift! I know they want the best for me but I love being able to keep my mind nimble and interact with other adults on a daily basis. I think I would go stir crazy in this house all day long and I don’t have a ton of hobbies outside the job to lean on, anyway. I’m perfectly happy where I am and I don’t really like to shake things up so I think I’ll stay here at least a few more years. Read More......

Sunday, August 14, 2011

First Time Crossing the U.S Border

Last April I went to visit my girlfriend in Eastern part of Washington States.To avoid the hassle of international checking and customs entering U.S..We decided to cross the border by land.It's a 4 1/2 hours flight from Toronto to Kelowna B.C.It's my first time to ride WestJet Airline, used their Check-in Express kiosk,on-time flights,and great services.I will definitely choose this airline again for my next trip.
We decided to stay a night in Kelowna,and stayed at Howard Johnson Inn which is located in the Industrial side of Kelowna and it close to city center and near airport. The hotel is under going renovation so you can see lots of construction materials and lack of lighting in the parking lot. We arrived at night, so we had a hard time looking for a place because of not well lit signage. After checking in adn saw the room,we we're actually surprised because the rooms are very clean, looks brand-new and modern amenities. Not to mention the high-speed wireless internet was really easy to access and the front desk are very friendly. We slept comfortably overnight and pack up to cross the U.S Border which is about almost 3 hours drive thru Osoyoos. That almost 3 hours trip went real-quick. We enjoy the scenery and lots of orchard farms. When we reach the U.S Canada Border,it wasn't busy. I show my passport to the customs personnel without going out of the car, no much questions ask and no hassle.I surely going to do this way every time I have to cross U.S border . (CHIKAY)

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