The World Thru Joey's Eyes

Hi! My name is Joey. You can call me Pudge or Mighty Mouth if you like. In this Blog, i will share with you my life experiences as a little human being. Sit back, relax and enjoy. With Love and Kisses Joey Khor

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Did someone say "Terror Corn"?

Fatty Gramps came home and reported me to daddie and mommie.

I stood accused of being the classroom terror.

Specifically, of disrupting my ballet class. Its a long list but, here are 3 of the charges to give you a flavour :-

Count 1 - rolling around on the floor;
Count 2 - hanging off the supporting bars; and
Count 3 - refusing to stand in line,

In my defence, I was only trying to get my know my classmates better and to entertain them. Afterall, it's so boring to stand in line doing repetitive exercises. The teacher was not amused and made me sit in a corner.

I decied to make myself useful by re-arranging her exercise mats, more, mmmm, artistically? That amused her even less and she moved me to anther corner. And she undid my masterpiece!!

I liked my art work. Its all about self-expression you know? Afterall, dance is also supposed to be a form of self-expression. So, if teacher can express herself thru dance, then, why can't I express myself in an exercise mat arrangement, static though it might be? Its discrimination against static self-expression! So, I decided to protest with my feet.

I sat down, took off my ballet shoes ,stockings, and walked out!

The Verdict

Mommie thinks i'm a little terror. Daddie laughed .. he thinks i'm a gutsy little girl with a mind of my own.

Since my judges were tied, yours truely was given the benefit of the doubt and granted a discharge amounting to an acquital.

Sunday, February 26, 2006

I'm a little Ballerina

When i first started my ballet lessons, i isolated myself to a corner of the studio coz i was really upset with Ah Mah, Popo and Indogal for leaveing me in a room full of strangers all on my own. All they did was to peep at me from between the windows and the blinds.

After a few lessons, i couldn't bear not to join the older jie jies coz it was so much fun watching them dance around in circles on tip toe and doing a "rainbow bridge". Now, I try to follow teacher Linda's movements and instructions As and When i feel like it (Yes, in this democratic society, children must be allowed choices too!)

Looking back, I've been in ballet class for 3 months already. Last week, a new girl joined our class. She looks about my age and have a head full of beautiful golden locks. Yippee.. i've got company and am looking forward to class on Monday!

Oppss. I gotta go now.. Mommie's calling out for me. But before i sign off, here's a picture of your's truly - Mighty Mouth - in pink leotard and doing a rainbow bridge"

Monday, February 13, 2006

My Jukebox

Mommie and Daddie are my "living" jukebox... I can make them sing any song i wish... here's my list of favourite song requests:-

Ah Boo Ah = Michael Row the boat ashore..Alleluyah!

Shake Shake = Let's do the Hokey Pokey Dance

Happy, Clap = If you are Happy and you know it

Teeee Pot = The Teapot Song. I can pretend to be a teapot too! See my handle and my spout?

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Mighty Mouth's Hit List

Mighty Mouth reviews one of FUN'EST (if there's such a word) place to CHILL out on a hot and stuffy afternoon

The BEST place for Splishy Splashy fun
(Bird Park vs Waterworks at Science Centre)

The birdpark has a really nice water play area for children my age... there are cannons and spray jets that i can use to spray water in all directions! My only complain is that too much water got into my ears and i developed "stinky, itchy ear" syndrome - Daddie says it's an ear infection.

At Waterworks, there are too many exhibits which are meant to be seen and not to be played with.... the only thing i enjoyed was the water maze which got daddie and mommie really wet! Ok, the rainbow machine was worth mentioning too... afterall I "made" my first rainbow by spraying water into the pool. Waterworks is fun except that there are too many older kids running around like loose cannon balls - not to mention that one particularly plump boy almost torpedoed tiny little me!

So for Splashy Good Fun, my vote goes to..... *drumroll*....... The Bird Park