Saturday, 5 February 2022

A Rabbit's Life

Today we had our first funeral service at our home, celebrating life of Rabbit.

It has been a week Mei mei weeping on the loss of Rabbit. Interestingly, the last time we had photo with Rabbit was about 3 years ago at Cottlesloe Beach. We spent hours looking for Rabbit at the crowded beach with no avail. Mei mei was 3.5years old at that time and she witnessed the whole searching process. It seemed to be fine with Mei mei, she knew her best friend Rabbit is gone, and didn’t shed a tear. We went home and Mei mei spent the first night without Rabbit for the first time.

Fast forward 1 week ago, Mei mei started remembering about her Rabbit. She kept crying in the evening and unable to sleep on her own. We tried to replace Rabbit with a new bunny, however tonight Mei mei cried again!

Daddy had this brilliant idea. "Let's have a funeral service celebrating Rabbit’s life!” Mei mei stopped crying and listened attentively. BIM chipped in with her creativity, she made invitation letter, wrote the service script for Daddy (who is the Pastor for the service), and BIM played worship songs for the service. We shared our favourite moments with Rabbit, Mei mei recalled the last day she had with Rabbit at Cottlesloe Beach. We would never see Rabbit again but she will always be in our hearts.

Mummy is writing this story after the two girls went to bed. It will be a good night rest tonight. Goodbye Rabbit (31 December 2015 – 17 March 2019)

~ Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Matthew 5:4 ~

First time meeting Rabbit (31 Dec 2015)

Sleeping Rabbit

More sleeping Rabbit

Stop Rabbit! Don't jump into the toilet bowl!

Last photo with Rabbit at Cottlesloe Beach 
(17 March 2019)

Monday, 25 January 2021

Busselton trip

 Hi everybody.
BIM & Mei mei here.
We went to a playground at Busselton...
& took a train at the jetty for 1.8km into the sea

Friday, 1 January 2021

Turing Tumble Computer - No screens required!

This is an introduction to Turing Tumble Computer - a mechanical gravity marble powered that is turing complete - meaning it can do anything a computer can do without the need of a screen!

For a formal definition of turing completeness


πŸ’“ Secret Note Heart πŸ’ Origami

πŸ’“ Secret Note Heart πŸ’ Origami


Sunday, 29 November 2020

Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip tour

Hi there,BIM here.
Guess what I'm doing?

Train station? Half right.

Hang on now, where are we walking to?

Swan. Wait a minute, I see bottles!

Friday, 23 October 2020


Hello,BIM here.I'm at Esperance.

Let me give you a tour.
Mummy, Mei Mei and I are at Lucky Bay.

Wow.Mei mei and Mummy's poses are brillant!

Wednesday, 22 July 2020

Choc Balls Recipe

Choc  Balls  Recipe  By  BIM


250g milk arrowroot biscuits

1/3 cup cocoa

1   cup desiccated coconut

1 can coconut

1 can condensed milk


1.       Crush the biscuits & place into a mixing bowl.

2.       Add cocoa & coconut,stir together & then add condensed milk.

3.       Take a small amount of mixture & roll into ball & roll into coconut.

4.       Place chocolate balls in the fridge to chill for 30 mins.

Here are the choc balls I have made

This is Mei mei's Choc Ball face.


And this is my Choc Ball face.