Monthly Archives: January 2010

NLP

My friend, Dana, attended an NLP course last month and loved it so much that! She said it is fascinating and she wanted you all, my readers, to check the new course that will start next month (click here). The course will take place in Movenpick Next February and will include;

  • NLP Practitioner Training
  • Hypnosis Practitioner
  • TimeLine Therapy Practitioner (Approved by TLTA)

Trainer: Mishari AlMufarreh

Facebook Group

Email: nlpkuwait@gmail.com

Blogs I like

Why?

A Kuwaiti blogger posting as an anonymous who talks about various subjects, and from which you can’t help but notice his love for this country! He support other bloggers in every way possible! I asked him to help me with the awareness campaign and he did, but he did not stop there… He asked if I needed more help and support too!

The sky is the limit with Frankom! Posting about new services, offers, family, events, and MUCH more!

WTG Frankom! Kuwaiti, to the bone!

How to Dial/Answer a Call in 1955

I got this by email… stating that it is from Qatar MoC back in time! Interesting

Thanks Alfa+ đŸ˜‰

Recycle with Style!

I had a flat tire AGAIN yesterday, and really what do they do with those tires? Do they recycle them??  Or just throw them away? I am sure there are other uses to it! Like a swing in the backyard maybe? I have seen some in chalets here… Another way is turning it into piece of art! Check those pictures out!!

Though I really appreciate that kind of art, specially one that has to do with environment, I like them best when they’re inflated and safe to drive with đŸ˜‰

Le Grand Bi

After we walked around Brussels, we decided to have lunch at Le Grand Bi…. BIG mistake! Well, here goes…

We got in, the waiter guided us to our table, and kinda forgot us there! It took him around 15 minutes to come back with the drinks and another 15 minutes to bring in the appetizers!! Add to all that, the waiter was rude and sarcastic too! Grrrrrrrr

My friend ordered onion soup that she HATED! It was full of oil and flavorless! I think you can tell from the picture that it wasnt good! She could not take another sip :-S

I, on the other hand, had the tomato soup! Not bad but not good either! But at least it looked way better than the onion soup!

My sister ordered a side dish of shrimps that, according to her, was really really good! So *whew* at least one item passed the “Okay” test!

Afterwards, it was a wait long. Our waiter disappeared! I think the staff changed, and our food did not arrive to the point were we thought he did not inform the new shift about us! But at last the main courses arrived!

Well, almost all of us ordered mussels and fries! The staff (the other shift staff) were nicER! The food? Well, it wasnt all that! A bit on the dry side I must say!

And the waffle? Let me just say I took a bite and decided that I wanted to have another one somewhere else!

Our order came to around EUR15-20 each!

It was a waste of money and total waste of time!!

Funny

This picture was taken by my friend Aseel in Jabriya! I will translate it the best way I can… it reads: “The good ones will come in”! Well, I am assuming the owner of this grocery store is kinda daring his customers in a sarcastic way to come in, rather than just park outside and honk to buy something from his store (which is usual thing in here)!

Ansam518 Around the World

Interesting!!!!!

Link!

Brussels

As usual, we took a walk around the city. It was SO COLD!!! Colder than Paris, I think it was around 10 BELOW zero that day!

Oh and I just had to take a picture of Thomson and Thompson (AKA Dupond et Dupont)! Hahahaha! You know those guys?? They named a street after them! COOL! (I think they were called Tic wa Tac in Arabic? Right???)

Anyways… we arrived at Grand Place and took some Continue reading

Modern Buddhist Temple and Cemetery

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Different Words – Same Message!

A blind boy sat on the steps of a building with a hat by his feet.

He held up a sign which said:

“I am blind, please help”

There were only a few coins in the hat.

A man walking by took few coins from his pocket and dropped them into the hat.

He then took the sign, turned it around, and wrote some words.

He put the sign back so that everyone who walked by would see the new words.

Soon the hat began to fill up.

A lot more people were giving money to the blind boy.

That afternoon the man who had changed the sign came to see how things were.

The boy recognized his footsteps and asked,

“Were you the one who changed my sign this morning? What did you write?”

The man said, “I only wrote the truth. I said what you said but in a different way.”

What he had written was: Continue reading