flowers painted by the elephants.... I wish I had the talent ..huhu.
So, I made an appointment with one of the spas here in Kemaman and off we went( maya, sofie and I ) and Alhamdulillah it was such a soothing and relieving massage . My shoulders have been so much in pain for quite sometime and now the pain is gone.
Everyday , three of us have our outing , I'll follow them buying their stuff to be brought 'home' end of this month. Only this morning I was touched by the fact that next month I'll be walking and strolling alone again , no maya, no sofie to chat, laugh, giggle, pinch and of course JJCM . Two months fly so fast , 12 more days before both of them spread their wings to fly 'home' .
Looking at all my children all under one roof at this very moment, I realized that I am blessed by The Al Mighty to be able to raise and educate my children for their bright future, Alhamdulillah.
While I was in Maesa Elephant Camp , Chiangmai, I was amazed to see so many elephants are taught to be obedient and loyal to the owners and trainers. I can't imagine how they taught those elephants to play football, swirl their trunks , dancing and my number one fascination was to see the elephants painted different types of flowers all using their trunks . There was one elephants which refused to paint and turned away its face from the owner and only after being patted by the trainer that it continued to draw again. The paintings were then displayed and sold for USD 200 - USD 300 per piece.
How I wish I could draw like those elephants !!
After visiting those elephants , I just wonder......
Why can't we , human being be loyal to our OWNER ??????
This weekend we'll be attending a few wedding receptions ... till then, have a wonderful school holidays.... thanks a bunch to those who are still willing to surf my blog .. I'll keep on writing , not much at this moment, though .