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bonjour,

je vais bien et toi? je suis Bhuvana et trente et un ans. moi indienne, j’habit a’ Singapour. moi e’tudiante et Allianc’e Franciase.

mon mari Moorthy. il est ingénieur en informatique a’ Credit Agricole CIB.
j’aime beaucoup la photographie, la nature et la musique.

je parle anglais et française (un peu)

- salut

Mac Book Pro

Upgrading my 13″ MBP… To new i7 processor.

This time my MBP configurations are…

15″
2.3Ghz i7 quad core
750gb HDD
Hi res glossy widescreen

Well only thing I feel bad abt the upgradation is the bigger screen size. I wanted these configurations in 13″.

And the evil part is… I have to wait for 6 Weeks for the delivery. Because they don’t have hi-res glossy screens in stock.

Waiting to get hold of my new partner :)

Pests….

I am fed up with pests… Now I understand that gardening is not so easy.

Initially I had a hibiscus at my home. It was perfect when I brought it our home. Was blooming well… Then came these ugly little things on the buds. I initially thought that those are from the flowers itself. After few days, my hibiscus looked very exhausted…. Starving…. Despite the fact that I water twice a day. One fine evening I decided to spend some time with it… (trying to talk the problems ;) ). When I was checking the leaves… On the bottom of the leaves there were tiny small insects moving within the leaves. It was a nightmare… Believe me it was the bad than the best horror movie ever made.

Not being an expert… I googled and found that they are called aphids. Tiny sucking insects which sucks the life of plants.

You know : Aphids can reproduce itself without a partner.

And there were probably billions of them in my plant. No wonder it was starving. I rushed to the shops for buying pesticides. I tried for couple of weeks. But no luck. Then I made this very hard decision. I dont want to abandon my hibiscus and at the same time I cannot watch it suffer. So I took a scissor and cut down all the leaves and branches till the bottom of my hibiscus. It was an horrible moment… I imagined someone cutting me into pieces… How painful it would be… I could imagine how painful it was for her.

Couple of days passed… There was a first new leaf on her. I was so happy that she survived all those painful moments. Now there are bunch of leaves and she looks very healthy.

Moral of the story:
Gardening comes with great responsibility. You have to spend some time with your plants. Do some checks if she is ok & healthy. You have find about pests at the early stage…. Otherwise if the infestation is massive you don’t other options. Cut down the infested areas so that it does not spread to other areas…

Next story: About my roses… Stay Tuned…

My Pet

When I was a kid, we had a dog. I was very young, I could not even remember his name. He died in a small accident.
After that, I could not get another one. My mom was against having pets.

So from childhood, i love to have pets. When I grew up, i promised myself that i would get a pet after my marriage.
And i expressed my interest to my husband [before my marriage] and he agreed to that [even though he does'nt liked pets].

All these stories are very old…

Now the current story, I still love to have pets and my husband does’nt. So you could know now…that i do not have a pet.

For the past years, I was thinking so hard to fill the position of Pet.

And now I got one.

Here it goes….It does not move…does not poop….does not make noises…However its very pretty…colourful…and earth friendly.
Guess what….A Plant…actually two plants…Both of them healthy…happy in my home now…

Earth Quake in Sumatra Island

It was 6:15 PM in Singapore and I was at my desk working as usual. And then I felt that some one is rocking my chair. And after few seconds I realised that it was an earthquake. The building was shaking and we all should rush down to a safety place. But imagine coming down from 30th floor as ideally that’s what you should do in case of emergency. But nah! I took the elivator hoping that it won’t crash in between the floors. And we all came down safely and stood outside a 60 storey building. If you look for a safer shelter in the city limit I would say that we do not have one. We are surrounded by tall buildings and I could not imagine what would happen if any one of them crashed.

iPhone OS 3.0.1

iPhone OS 3.0.1 is out.

Updates are pushed via iTunes. When you connect your iPhone via iTunes, the new updates will be installed.

For the first time users,

Updation will happen like a breeze. I was scared when my updates were going on via iTunes. I was worried that my data will be lost. But none of those disasters happen. Before updation, iTunes takes a back up of the data and then updates the OS. Once updated, it restores the backup.  And iPhone is back to normal state…with new OS 3.0.1

Browsing on iPhone 3GS

I have never experienced such great browsing speed with my other mobiles. I have been using N95 & XPERIA before my iPhone. Both of them are comparatively slower than my iPhone now.  I am so impressed with my iPhone 3GS that my Mac misses me terribly as I have’nt spent much time with it for internet browsing. Browsing in iPhone is easy & fast. Just connect to your Wireless network and then browse.

And when i am away from my home, I have two options:

1. Browse using Singtel Data Plan

2. Wireless@SG.

One interesting fact about Wireless@SG is that its free until this year. So if you want to subscribe, go grab your id.

For Singtel customers, its very easy to subscribe :

Step 1:

Dial *9434 on your handset

You will Receive a SMS.

Step 2:

Reply <1> to the SMS

You will receive a SMS asking for your NRIC number

Step 3:

Reply <Your NRIC>.

You will receive your user name and password

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