Thursday, December 31, 2009

Thankful Thursday.....Happy New Year Everyone..

How to Tell That You have Entered a New Year and be Thankful that this year arrive with a positive Bang!!!!!!

  • You enter your password on the microwave.
  • You haven't played solitaire with a real deck of cards in years.
  • You have a list of 15 phone numbers to reach your family of four.
  • You call your son's beeper to let him know it's time to eat. He 'phones you back from his bedroom, 'What's for dinner?'
  • You chat several times a day with a stranger from Canada, but you haven't spoken with your next door neighbour all last year.
  • Your daughter just bought a CD of all the records your college roommate used to play.
  • You check the ingredients on a can of chicken noodle soup to see if it contains Echinacea.
  • Your grandmother clogs up your e-mail inbox asking you to send her a JPEG file of your newborn so she can create a screen saver.
  • You pull up in your own driveway and use your cell phone to see if anyone is home.
  • Every commercial on television has a website address at the bottom of the screen.
  • You buy a computer and a week later it is out of date and now sells for half the price you paid.
  • The concept of using real money instead of credit or debit to make a purchase is foreign to you.
  • Your reason for not staying in touch with family is that they do not have e-mail addresses.
  • Your idea of being organised is multi-coloured Post-it notes.
  • You hear most of your jokes via e-mail instead of in person.
  • You're reading this.
I thank the Lord especially today...

for the wonderful love shared by family and friends....
for arriving this new year safe and sound.....
for food on the table the whole year round.....
for an adventurous day today......visiting a mountain retreat with my mom and my hubby....
for cousins that brought surprising joy.....
for losing 2 lbs. today.....
for having my teeth still almost complete...
for still fitting in my dresses...hehehhehe so hard to buy new wardrobe.....what with the recession....i have to repair old dresses and make it look new....
for gifts received up to this new year eve.....
for children still caroling up to the new year.....
for beautiful educational movies today...
for the swimming party we had last Basamanggas Resort really rocks.....all are invited when you plan to visit my place.....
for the good health enjoyed up to this moment.....
for the coming good year ahead...thank you everyone ...for making my life more exciting last year and this coming year. Am praying for all of you....Mabalos, happy new year.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

WFW: Human chairs

These are amusing furniture I love to have someday. These are going to be discussion pieces when friends are around. A wonderful imaginative work of art from the designers. Whoever they are, kudos and hats off..........

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

My World Tuesday

Beautiful favorite waterfalls from my place. My way of relaxing is by splashing in the cold refreshing water. Come on down with me!!!!

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Scenic Sunday

Meditation and taking pictures at People's Park in the Sky. Beautiful and serene place, part of Tagaytay.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

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Thankful Thursday

A very very Thankful Thursday

For its Christmas day....a day to celebrate and thank God for giving His only Son who died for all of us...... so we live.
For family and friends all over the world who greeted me and my family the best of the sis in the US, my sis-n-law in London, relatives, students, classmates and friends from Australia, USA, Thailand, Africa, Europe, etc.....etc.....thank you for remembering us always.....we love you so much....Merry, merry Christmas.
A new found family sis-in-law whose mom died last year, asked my mom to adopt her siblings, we accepted heartily accepted, so we're a big,big family now....five new siblings with their respective family, children, its a big family gathering tonight..yeeeheeeeeyyyyyy.
For a bright hopeful tomorrow...i do not believe in recession, we always survive coz God always provides......Thank you Lord for all these.
For food on our table, it doesn't matter how simple it is....these are blessings from above....and as we share it with others it becomes more of a blessing.
For carolers who sang in tune, out of tune, above the tune or below the tune....i cannot explain what they are singing...words sometimes are garbled...but the thought and the messages are there....deciphering it makes it the more enjoyable.
For all my blogging friends around, you made my year a beautiful year to remember always, keep on blogging and making waves on the internet. I love you all.
For fellow workers we met recently.....we've grown closer each year though we are far apart now, this is temporary, we are coming back sooner than you would think.
For problems solved, unsolved.....these make my life more challenging, exciting, because I trust in God more, each day.
For all these things I thank the Lord everyday, every hour, every minute, every second of the day. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL. I LOVE YOU.MUCHO, MUCHO, MUCHO.
a cat makes life fun

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Word Filled Wednesday

Christmas facts around

These are added facts about Christmas Celebs, etc. around the world.
Christmas Decorations Superstitions
• Most homes were decorated on Christmas Eve to avoid the anger of capricious forces.
• No lights were put on before the first star appeared.
• The tree should be brought into the house not before the 24th December.
• Trees are decorated only after the children go to bed.
• In Germany, the last ornament on the tree is a pickle shaped ornament. In the morning, the child who finds the Christmas pickle gets a special present.
• Traditionally, the doors of the home were thrown open at midnight on Christmas Eve to let the trapped evil spirits out.
• The Christmas candle was left burning in a window all night to enlighten the path of the good luck for the coming year to the household.
• The first person to wake up on Christmas would shout into the street 'Welcome Old Father Christmas'.
• Sweeping the threshold was thought to clear out trouble for the next year.
• Male visitors are preferred but red-haired men are thought to bring bad luck.
• Lucky birds are welcome on Christmas and signify good luck.
• The first person to visit the household should bring the evergreens or coals with him and gets the privilege to kiss all the women of the house. Men are served with a drink and something to eat while children are given lucky coins.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Christmas Superstitions

People and culture everywhere have quirks and unbelievable beliefs of all occasions. Christmas is never exempt from these. Here are collections of these beliefs form other culture, eras and people.
Christmas Cakes & Pies Superstitions
• Earlier, everybody was supposed to help make the Christmas cake.
• Since the Victorian Times, people stirred the cake mix thrice and make a wish for a gift from Santa.
• People used to put silver charms into the mix too.
• Into the mince pie mix, a sixpence coin for luck; a thimble for prosperity; a ring for marriage and a bachelor's button were also added. The things that one got into their piece predicted the year ahead.
• It was considered unlucky to refuse a mince pudding on Christmas Eve.
• A piece for the pie had to be saved for the following day.
• It was considered more and more lucky to eat more Christmas pies in others' homes.
• It was a bad omen to eat mince pies before Christmas Eve and after Twelfth Night.
• One must never cut the Christmas pie as it cuts the luck.
• The dumb cake was made at midnight on Christmas Eve is prepared in complete silence by the bachelors and spinsters. One who made it left their initials on the upper surface of the cake. If the silence remained unbroken, the future partner was believed to come and leave their initials on the cake. If one walked backwards to bed after eating dumb cake, a dream about a future spouse was sure to visit them.
• Three sips of salted water before Christmas dinner was said to bring good luck.
• It was believed to be lucky to eat an apple on Christmas Eve.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

My 2nd Christmas Post about Christmas

Christmas is celebrated the world over and people exchange gifts and wishes too. We present you a list of how to wish to your friends, neighbors, colleagues and loved ones, 'Merry Christmas' or 'Happy New Year' or both in more than 100 languages!

Afrikaans: Gesëende Kersfees
Afrikander Een Plesierige Kerfees
African/ Eritrean/: Tigrinja Rehus-Beal-Ledeats
Albanian: Gezur Krislinjden
Arabic: Idah Saidan Wa Sanah Jadidah
Argentine: Feliz Navidad
Armenian: Shenoraavor Nor Dari yev Pari Gaghand
Azeri: Tezze Iliniz Yahsi Olsun
Bahasa Malaysia: Selamat Hari Natal
Basque: Zorionak eta Urte Berri On!
Bengali: Shuvo Naba Barsha
Bohemian: Vesele Vanoce
Brazilian: Boas Festas e Feliz Ano Novo
Breton: Nedeleg laouen na bloavezh mat
Bulgarian: Tchestita Koleda; Tchestito Rojdestvo Hristovo
Catalan: Bon Nadal i un Bon Any Nou!
Chile: Feliz Navidad
Chinese: (Cantonese) Gun Tso Sun Tan'Gung Haw Sun
Chinese: (Mandarin) Kung His Hsin Nien bing Chu Shen Tan

Merry Christmas.......I will have the 2nd list next meeting.

Mommy moment: Got to

I got to play the biggest piano i have ever seen....this one is from the Childrens Museum......i cannot skip this moment to play and it really gave the exact sounds of notes, so I made sure I played twinkle twinkle little star, i was huffing from hopping from one key to the other until i really completed the music. i enjoyed every minute of that moment, it was indeed my moment.

Thank you Lord

A very special Thankful Thursday today.Part 3
For a sister and a sister in-law who provided our round trip plane tickets so we could go home and visit our folks down south for Christmas.
For our safe arrival today, Dec. 17, home sweet home, we miss our mom, brother and his family,and parents in-laws....yeheeeyyy....we're really back home today. Hugs, hugs, tsupppp---tsupppps and kissessss.......
For my brother, John, who met us in the airport.
For my husbands cousin who also met us in the airport, both brought their cars to fetch us, guys your great, thanks for the ride....2 cars in a row, we felt like royalty...we just have to choose which to take...a hearty bow to you two.
For a great lunch with mom, we specially enjoyed the delicious mangoes...uhhhmmmm, so deliciously sweet, we dived in right there.
For the pilot of Cebu Pacific and the plane staff, you made our trip safe and sound....kudos for a smooth and safe landing. Keep it up guys.
For our room in moms house, all ready with towels, soaps, shampoos,toothpaste, food, etc., as if we are in a hotel, mom knows everything and thought of everything I learned a lot from her and still am learning.We haven't seen her for seven months straight in a row.
For Mom, we love you and you're the GREATEST!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

With Love Wednesday

Perhaps you wondered if God was playing a cruel trick by making men and women so different from each other. Perhaps you have entertained the thought that God must have made a mistake. But right now. Now please keep in mind we are generalizing. Not all men and all women fall into these categories, but most do.
1. Men have one-track minds. They don’t look left or right.
2. They don’t ask directions¨ because they don’t like to admit they’re wrong.
3. Men blurt word s and don’t notice they have already hurt their wives feelings.
4. When men get angry, they’ll yell and scream and that’s it¨ it’s over and done.
5. When men lost their belts, they ask their wives and think they’re the ones who put them away.
6. When men see scattered stuffs, they just step over them until their wives told them to pick them up.
7. While women can use sex to get what they want, men cannot, because sex is what they want.
8. With all said and done, "I still love you (points at Ted) because of what you’re to me."
1. Women are more sensitive and emotional.
2. They are more caring and nurturing.
3. Women are more easily side-tracked.
4. They are more observant of the surroundings.
5. Women try to "fix" people whether or not the person wants to be fixed.
6. Women get angry by either being silent. And they stat mad for days.
7. Trying to make up and to say sorry is just not enough for women.
You have to do like 10 nice things to make up for one bad thing you did.
8. With all said and done, I still love my wife, because she is a God-given gift to me.

Unfortunately, more often than not, the differences between a man and a woman can cause friction. Each is viewing the same situation through their own eyes; eyes that perceive the same thing in different ways. The question of the day is: "How can I learn to work as a HALF of a two-person relationship?"
But God has a plan¨ He designed men and women to be a TEAM. A man plus a woman is like to pieces of a puzzle. Together they make a WHOLE picture. The man can attack a project and not be sidetracked while a woman can clue on details. The man can be strong and tough during hard times and the woman can let him know what is happening on the emotional side. The man can be a rock, the woman can be his pillow.
The Bible also gives us answers on how to relate with our spouses. If we begin applying its counsels, we will be headed in the right direction. Here is the counsel: "Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honor preferring one another." Ephesians 4:32: "And be ye kind one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ¡¯s sake hath forgiven you."
We are members of CFM, Caring for Marriage USA, Philippine base, and me and my husband did a seminar-workshop on the differences of men and women last month at Makati City group of couples, the excerpt are those mentioned above. Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed it.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Christmas, Christmas , Christmas

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I will be featuring Christmas meanings, celebrations, quotations, stories, starting today until December 25. This is my first entry.
Part 1

LOLA. A Christmas Legend
She was the grand dame of Christmas. She was the life of family gatherings. She was a local ballerina. Everybody just love grandma: her amazing energy, her joyous and sunny demeanor, her insatiable appetite to experiment new recipes in the kitchen, her friendliness to all people is a trademark known to both young and old. To Lola Del everyone is a friend. I can remember myself perched on her high stool in her kitchen during holiday seasons when we visit our grandparents house. Lola Del as we call her has concocted dozens of recipes in her lifetime. Recipes for birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas recipes, recipes for local visiting dignitaries, recipes for Sunday gatherings, recipes for lunch, breakfast, supper, etc., you name it she has done it. She is always on the lookout for new, exotic, tempting, delicious, varied food, sprinkled with magic in her kitchen.
There were times I would peek in to see what’s the aroma coming from her nook is all about. I have been mesmerized by the arena of rainbow colored ingredients arrange in rows over the counter tops and the delicate smell of something cooking, baking, boiling, broiling almost everyday those vacation times. I grew up identifying the different smell and aroma of different spices, combined with recipes so yummy your saliva trickles slowly every time you entered her kitchen. She collected recipes locally and from outside the country carefully placed in her recipe boxes. She has a fleet of pans and cooking, and baking utensils, I wondered how she can remember how to use each one of them. To me, a fork and spoon is all I need to survive the kitchen.
Lola Del would always have a grand entrance when she finishes off a new recipe she made, ready to be presented on whoever is around on certain days. We would get a big laugh when she starts tapping her heels ready to make the grand entrance. The family would of course gather and clap their hands in appreciation to her new inventions and everyone gets to taste exotic dishes with the accompaniment of ooohhhh and aaaahhhhs from appreciation, delight, or surprise. Tango, cha-cha, boggie, these old time beautiful dances often follows the celebration of a newly discovered dish. I tried following in the dance steps but I never had the gift of executing leaps, bounds and steps. I have to be content sitting at the sidelines and clapping with the rest of the family members enjoying the celebration of cooking successes. What I learned better at those times where the identification of what spices or ingredients were mixed with the new recipes presented. My nose became so attuned with these ingredients I became a connoisseur of smell.
I never dreamt that Lola would someday stopped her grand parades and entrances and eventually let some strangers take over her kitchen. Slowly, it seems that the drum rolls gradually faded. Slowly the aroma coming from the kitchen did not seem to caress my nosestrils anymore. Slowly the excitement from the kitchen has come to a sickening halt. Slowly, my Lola, has inched her way out of her kitchen when we were in our college years.
We visited Lola almost every Sunday in her eldest son’s house for the past three years now, because they said she cannot manage herself anymore. They said, she cannot remember our names anymore, and even she cannot identify our faces and voices anymore. Somehow to me this cannot be happening. She was my grand Lola…..the Lola who would greet me on holidays with her authentic smile and a big twinkle in her eyes telling me and the rest of us children that a surprise is coming.....another uniquely concocted dish specially for us children.
One day, my mom, my brother and me, decided to visit Lola. She was sitting on one of the dining chairs in the kitchen and was staring blankly and was so far away that even I was not able to reach her. My cousins told me she was like that for days now. As if she can hear but refuses to acknowledge us. I tried feeding her with the food we brought but she never move or blink her eyes. We wanted to visit her that day because we want to cheer her up or something. My brother told her, if he could bathe her, well a miracle happened, she nodded and consented to my brothers request. So we prepared her things and my brother started bathing her. Lola by this time was 83 years old already. She was too me, frail, tiny and thin, not the grand Lola my mind kept seeing, but at that moment I refuse to see the reality of her getting old. In my mind she was the Lola, so young, so full of life, so much fun to be with. After she has taken her bath we told her if she wanted to visit her doctor, she nodded her head and we got ready to carry her to the car. My brother carried her and placed her on the front seat. I was still inside my uncles house when suddenly I heard mom cried. I rushed outside and saw my mom crying.
My brother told me to that Lola pass away moments after he seated her in the car. I rushed to her side, and tried every ounce of my strength to shake her and wake her up, but to no avail. We rushed her to the hospital, but the doctor told us she has finally rested. We struggled to accept the reality that someone as grand as Lola has to past away without honor, trophy or what. People we do not know came during the wake and we had about three hundred or more mourners who attended her funeral, each one, saying they tasted one or the other of her exotic cooking. No illness, no pain, no agony, no grand entrance this time, no exotic dishes....only the last simple breath of a great family kitchen chef.
Lola Del died six Christmasses ago, the tradition of sampling, finding, sleuthing for new dishes is still on. The family even did a contest once on who can prepare the most unusual dish by the next coming Christmas, and the one who could bring it would then have the honor to parade in with the drum rolls. I have taken the challenge by heart so far as surfing, researching, collecting dishes from far and wide.
I have been experimenting with a variety of dishes, and still have to find answers to my hypotheses on how she did it all. But In my heart Christmas will never be complete if Lola’s spirit is not celebrated. This Christmas, I have to be that parade winner. I have to learn though how to tap my heels in Lola’s unique fashion. I have to do her brand Marilyn Monroe-cum Lola pose. The staccato of the drum rolls, the deafening rhythmic mesmerizing clap is heard, the last Criminal Tango is turned on and from afar, I smelled the last aroma of that last ingredient I still have to find, this Christmas, LOLA’s legend lives on inside our hearts.
( Lola means grandma in our dialect)

Sunday, December 13, 2009

MM:goodluck 2 u

I don't know where to go from the signs lost from my tour....helllpppppp.

Scenic Sunday: Family bonding

My brothers family visited our college campus and we went up to one of the schools waterfalls....some of our poses, then we let the kids play with sheeps and goats, still owned by the school. we had a great time in the outdoors for beautiful local scenes, these were special time spent with the whole family.

Friday, December 11, 2009

A Most Unusual Christmas Cantata

Last night was a night incomparable to none. We attended an end of the year Christmas Cantata before the school Christmas break that will start December 17. My daughter invited us to their high school Christmas Cantata, "The Birth of Jesus." Well as parents we have to attend, because our daughter will perform with her High School Ensemble, we are on all out support of her music career, she plays the flute by the way. We arrive early so we got the best seats on the Finster Hall. Five minutes before the start of the Cantata the Ensemble began playing beautiful Christmas music. Then the choir came in with all their majesty and started singing two preludes and then a prayer song. After this, the choir sang again and at this point because its a cantata the characters came in one by one miming their parts in duo with the choir singing.In came...King Herod telling the wise men about a royal birth and commanding the came the shepherds in awe with the came...Mary and Joseph carrying baby Jesus...the choir sung, the actors continued playing their roles....Commotion...commotion....our eyes were riveted to the character Mary....we were not aware what the commotion was all about...we were deep into the Cantata now...but again people where straining their necks to the front to the character Mary again. This time I saw it....the baby was live...a real baby, and the baby has started moving uneasily now...and the character Mary was also uneasy...she does not know what to do now..... the audience are already whispering, and even some are already alarm at how actor Mary would pacify the baby....from our row somebody whispered loudly.....Mary needs a Nanny......and we can hear, and everybody heard it.....controlled whimperings from the audience...Oh my.....this was already causing the main characters controlled laughters....Well.....Mary really needs a Nanny...the baby this time really woke up and almost shrieks when she saw an unknown Mary....the grandma ran to the front to take away baby (Jesus)the baby has to be brought back to the real mom....wheeew...what a night of drama in real life. We knew later that night that the characters forgot to bring a doll to represent Jesus....and this mom was so kind enough to hand her baby to the actors while the baby was asleep.Well what a conclusion for the was to me a most unusual Christmas Cantata....everybody did not expect a live performance by a baby...a real baby.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

TT: Thanks a lot

This is another day to thank the Lord for Part 2:

An annoying friend who eventually realize we are not enjoying what she is doing to us, haaayyyy, she got our messages, it was a journey to learn.
For an accepting professor, she understood that when we are beyond forty, we are already beginning to experience the point of no return...or is this an excuse?
For a simple gift, a loaf of bread given by the Dean of a department....some more of it madam! salud....
For a husband who is always in hot pursuit.........."operation studying"...ehhehehe, he is nose-bleeding now from memorizing his anatomy lesson.
Gift of education, we are on study leave...this is the reason of the husbands bleeding disorder mentioned above.
Developmental Alzheimer, I can't seem to recall what my professors lectured....oh, my! extra blessings from above are needed, but i enjoyed class discussions more, what with arguments flying to and fro..exciting...some more of that classmates.
For a very good dinner at a Chinese restaurant last night: Broccoli with fish fillet serve to perfection, fried pasta in mushroom,bamboo shoots and fungus sauce, yummy, yummy tummy....down everything with a sweet blend of mango puree. Can we have take two tomorrow night, I kind of give up home-cooking if this is the case.
My kids, they keep me smiling, frowning, jumping, shouting, laughing, tickling, hugging,etc, etc. though my heart is heavy at times. By the way do you know the meaning of the word etc? it means....end of thinking it? etc. C u next TT time.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

WWW: A smile says a million worth of things

Smile though your heart is aching,
Smile even though its breaking,
Although a tear maybe ever so near, just

Monday, December 7, 2009

TCP: Moulin Rouge

The year is 1899, and Christian, a young English writer, has come to Paris to follow the Bohemian revolution taking hold of the city's drug and prostitute infested underworld. And nowhere is the thrill of the underworld more alive than at the Moulin Rouge, a night club where the rich and poor men alike come to be entertained by the dancers, but things take a wicked turn for Christian as he starts a deadly love affair with the star courtesan of the club, Satine. But her affections are also coveted by the club's patron: the Duke. A dangerous love triangle ensues as Satine and Christian attempt to fight all odds to stay together but a force that not even love can conquer is taking its toll on Satine.Even in ages past, loves motto is still the same,"Bahalag saging, basta labing"...that's our motto too for Couch Potatoes,romantic musical... in means..."For better or for worse, for banana or for apple, we are inseparable, 'til death do us part."

Sunday, December 6, 2009

MYM: Yello Phy

Me and my Yellow Python,her name is Yellow Phy.... just soooo afraid it would wake up. She's a she, so might be careful we don't know what's in her mind. She's somewhere in her late forties, got to be really careful, be on your tiptoes...she's know, the hot flashes and cold flashes might trigger an onslaught of the mighty temper tantrum or what, kind of like me sometimes...hehehehe.
A short lesson about Yello Phy:

She lay eggs,unlike the boas who give live birth.

They differ in a lot of other ways as well, including size (pythons are generally bigger), scale pattern and facial features. Pythons sense heat through "pits" along the side of their nose, while boas have heat sensory scales. To name a few. They are
nonvenomous snakes of the family Pythonidae, found chiefly in Asia, Africa, and Australia, that coil around and suffocate their prey. Pythons often attain lengths of 6 meters (20 feet) or more.

Saturday, December 5, 2009


This award is inspirational too, i am new to blogging but blogging friends sent this. My followers are still few and I will strive to make this personal blog a real inspiration to others. See my other blog- Laughing Gas! gemini-laughinggas is the lighter side of me, funny, hilarious observations, and experiences of my daily life. See you there too everyone. Thank you for supporting my blogs. God bless.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Thankful Thursday...Amen to all things

Simple Things I Thank the Lord for:

Beautiful, amazing kids.
Handsome, hottie Dad!
Intelligent professors,and the not so intelligent ones, i learn new things from you everyday, every minute, every second of the day.
Supportive, noisy, impossible neighbors.
Apos-tolic grandparents.
Crazy brother, sister, sister-in-laws...always there for me and my family.
Friends, loving make me laugh always.Pay me your debt now, guys, hey..
People i meet, surprises me a lot and I want to kiss them, tsuppppp.
Bloggers, bloggin...wheeew, makes my day, man, all of you are great.
Music...everywhere, i see them, hear them, feel them.
Laughter from children, makes me wonder, such gift of innocence.
My two front teeth, they are huge...they used to call me "Axe." cute right?
My two left foot, not made for dancing guys...i just clap.
Other things...Part 2 next TT. C u here.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Watery Wednesday

This was taken when we visited Hongkong Disneyland as a celebration of our 15th year Wedding Anniversary, the whole family actually celebrated our anniversary, very cute, we were so tired after rounding off the whole of Disney with all the rides, events, shows and food. We posed for pictures before going home.Beautiful Mickey Mouse Fountain behind us.

LAUGHING GAS!: MYM: Happy Bananas

LAUGHING GAS!: MYM: Happy Bananas