As we're coming to the second week of school, the girls have been handed their homework assignments. For Kaelynn, it was fun at first but then, just like me, I suspect that she never likes routine and after the second day, homework is boring for her.
The girls eating rose apple before doing their homework. No, Kaelynn is not scheming to get her sister's rose apple.
Truth to be told, this is actually an impulse purchase. Years ago, this torchlight was almost everywhere but I did not take much notice on it until, yes, after I watched JJ Abrams's 2009 Star Trek. And now, I am getting itchy about this design. Years before there was another torchlight of such nature but it was about 2 inches and runs on some small watch batteries. However, I should have waited for our weekly/monthly shopping trip where it could be cheaply bought for.
So, what does this shape remind you of?
You could imagine a Bussard Ramscoop in there and when you cut out a hole at the side, you could install some warp grilles.
Oh, and a nice vent too. Still don't know what it could be? Here's one more hint:
The clip broke. And it has nothing to do with my body. Really.
It broke during our trip to Taiping yesterday and I need to a replacement fast. After thinking much about it, the clip broke because I held the belt at an angle instead of holding it straight. Umm.... how can I explain this.
OK, the belt material is tough and rigid. You can flex it side ways (horizontal movement) but its resistant to being flexed up and down (vertical movement). And so, when I am not wearing it, I should be holding the belt vertically so that the clip on the belt is vertical. And the clip is actually the weakest part of the belt. If I bend it, to say, 30º, the strain of of the belts weight will concentrate on the clip and so, it breaks.
This is what happens when you do not let the belt hang vertically, say, on your shoulders.
Luckily, there is a shop selling stuff for making clothes and I got this 1½ inch clip for RM1.50. After some quick modifications, I got the belt ready. But if you look at it, its not going to last long and so, even with the spare in the pouch, I have to look for a tougher design.