I’ve been following the Internet trend quite regularly. First I had my hotmail account. Then it was Yahoo! account. I first had my chat using MIRC. Later it was MSN Messenger and Yahoo Chat. Only Yahoo!Chat stays with me.
Later when everyone had a Frienster account, I did too!
I first had my personal website in 1996, hosted by www.geocities.com. I was late in joining the blogsphere, but I was attracted to www.blogspot.com before we finally have our own URL at www.nuraina.com.
The latest craze was Facebook. Nevermind the song condemning the Facebook (I however find the song entertaining 🙂 ). Facebook has connected me again with many long lost aquantances, such as x-students and friends. For the time being I am resisting Twitter, with the hope that there will be no need for me to join Twitter.
Facebook is fine with me. Apart from keeping in touch with acquantances, I also get to play some games. I started playing Scrabble and got to know Gail & Segolene. I also play other games on Facebook such as Bejeweled (each round is only ONE minute!) and Word Challenge.
My latest craze is
Here’s a shot of my farm:
A few persons invited me to join Farn Town, but I don’t think it’s for me, because it’s so tedious. Farmville is simple, and the graphic is cute too 🙂
Just take a close-up look at my farm:
That’s “me” watching my chick and rabbit.
When the plants are ready for harvest, it’s so colourful! Take a look at my pumpkins:
And the strawberries:
And I have some livestocks too:
And here I am, after harvesting some soya beans, and standing next to my wheat that is ready to be harvested:
You should see how beautiful my farm is when I have gourds, pumpkins and strawberries ready to be harvested!
Personally I liken this game to what we locally call “Main masak-masak”, o “Tea Party Play” for kids, only that it’s about farming and it’s done online!
If men can enjoy remote-controlled planes/choppers, or fishing, why can’t I enjoy my Farmville, right? 😉
Signing off for the day. Tomorrow I’ll be in Guilin (China), enjoying the breathtaking views of God’s creation.
Oh! I’ll try to log in to Facebook to check my farm! 😉