Sunday, December 14, 2008


The 4th Mindanao Film Festival is on!

I would like to invite everyone to watch "Eklipse" during the Weeklong Fest at Gaisano Mall Bajada.

Here are the schedule for Eklipse:

December 15, 2008 - Monday - 2:30-3:30 PM

December 16, 2008 - Tuesday - 4:30 - 5:30 PM

December 18, 2008 - Thursday - 3:10 - 4:10 PM

December 19, 2008 - Friday - 5:30 - 6: 30 PM

December 20, 2008 - Saturday - 3:30 - 4:30 PM

December 21, 2008 - Sunday - 1:40 - 2:40 PM

Thanks for making the film Eklipse Top 1! =)

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Back on Track

and I'm back!

sooo many things to share... and everything's happening soooo FAST..... and im savoring every moment because I'm sure I can't go back from everything bright and wonderful that's occurring right now.

and yes... I've heard about the ongoing recession and how it's affecting us.. but can't you guys see the light side of it all?? It's a good time to start anew and re assess everything about YOURSELF and how you handle issues about "money". Now, where did that come from?

Ahhh.. will share about that sometime later....

Thank you for leaving a comment in my blog..... would get back at you right after. ;)

All the best!

Sunday, November 23, 2008

On Leave

Will be on blog leave for a few days. Wouldn't matter since I've been always on leave the past few months...

I'm still around though... :)

and missing y`all.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Pool Dawg

Are you into billiards / pool ? Or because you are soooo into the game you have your own at home? Or you might own a bar or resort with billiards? :P

There's a website I found who retails Pool Cue or any billiards equipment. With over 3,000 products and 700+ models of pool cues to choose from, its no wonder PoolDawg is the #1 destination for billiards.

It's also easy for you to check their products because they have categories for it for your convenience. You can shop by products (what products you want), you can shop by brand (if you have a particular brand in mind), you can also shop by price (if you have a budget or to fit your budget).

Their promise to you? Same day shipping, Free Ground Shipping on all orders over $75, Easy returns and 60 day money back guarantee, and most important of all Superior Customer Service.

Good people with fast shipments. An excellent firm to do business with.
-Paul H.
You can also give the gift of billiards with a PoolDawg Gift Certificate! Gift Certificates make the perfect present for friends, family, and business associates. Gift certificates will be delivered via email.

They also have a lot of articles that is pretty much related to billiards and would aid you: such as Tips for 8 Ball, 20 Tips for improving your game, or 50 tips for better all-around pool and more. They even have a maintenance tips and a page for terminologies.

Friday, November 21, 2008

Make Up Essentials

Prinsesa Musang tagged my Dance of Life blog months back.

"What are your make-up essentials?"

I am not the make-up person and soooo you won't find one. But, during occasions... i only bring lip gloss and facial powder. And that's about it.

and if it's really really needed a blush-on and a lipstick would be present.

But ordinary days? Nothing. :)

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Beauty and Anti-Aging

Beauty, Youth, Anti-aging - is the thing nowadays. And there are many anti-wrinkle & various facial beauty / skin care products that are available in the market worldwide. But, which one would be fit for you ? Are you planning to use or buy beauty products?

Check out what the customers got to say about those products @ Beautiful Reviews. is the community website for you! They bring you the largest and up-to-date selection of unbiased reviews about every anti-wrinkle & skin care / facial beauty product available in the market today.

Comprehensive Research coupled with Unbiased Results, that's Beautiful Reviews for you! They really understand that just about every woman (and a lot of men as well) use anti wrinkle cream / skin care products or other beauty products. And there are now thousands of cosmetics on the market aiming to make you look younger and It’s easy to become overwhelmed by all of the different products. At Beautiful Reviews, they bring you valuable information so that you can make an informed decision in purchasing the cosmetic / beauty product that meets your specific needs.

Their goal is to give you a quick snapshot of what options are available to you and that would suit you. They will let you know when a product has a solid and enthusiastic customer following with enthusiastic testimonials. They will inform you of the hottest new ingredients and which products and programs that can bring you the most quality and results driven formulas you can count on.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Egypt: Papyrus Factory

Papyrus Papers - the first paper in the world and is very much associated to Egypt.

Papyrus plants grew almost exclusively in the region of the Nile delta and the dry climate made it possible for papyri to endure, in most cases, for over 2 millenia. The use of papyrus as a writing material goes back to extreme antiquity. The oldest written papyrus known to be in existence is, according to Kenyon (The Paleography of Greek Papyri, Oxford, 1899), an account-sheet belonging to the reign of the Egyptian king Assa, which is conjecturally dated circa 2600 B.C.

Got a chance to see how a papyrus paper is made at one of their factories. They have nice collections of paintings done on a papyrus paper. Kinda expensive though. *oh well*

Pictures aren't allowed daw.. but I managed to get one before they said that. Hehe. *peace*

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Diet Blog

The Diet Industry or the Weight Loss Industry is one business that is booming. But, sometimes not everything about this industry would give you the best results.

As a customer you would want to know whether the stuffs they say on TV, magazines or advertisements are really true. Want to know which diet pill, weight loss program, book or device would work for you and helped a lot of people or which ones are popular? Well, I found a website called A site which is pretty much dedicated to anyone who consumes any type of diet pill, weight loss program, book or device. They have diet reviews.

They have an open forum for those new consumers to see what those existing clients/customers got to say with different products and services available in the industry. Don't just rely on what the company selling it got to say.... better get their customers to tell you what their product or service has to offer.

Like you - those existing customers wants their "satisfaction" guaranteed and here you would get to find out which diet pill works best or weight loss program achieves the best result.

How does the website work?
They created a system where each consumer posts a comment and classify their posting as Positive, Negative, or Undecided. Since some of the most popular products or programs have hundreds of postings, they have tallied their classifications so that you can see what the general consensus or ‘popular vote’ is. Additionally,'s editors have provided a brief and unbiased summary of each product for your convenience.

Also you are free to add your comments, feedbacks or questions. They don't require you to provide an e-mail address to submit a posting. All postings are reviewed before going live on the site to block any vulgar comments, spam or unnecessary/irrelevant comments.

You can view a list of the top weight loss products or weight loss programs, or diet book or services with a ‘Positive’ customer classification of 75% or higher below.

Have a fun time using!

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Egyptian Museum

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This museum is home to the most extensive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities in the world. Of course, it should have the most extensive collection since it's in Egypt for crying out loud.

Established by the Egyptian government in 1835. They exhibit more than 120,000 collections. This is located at Tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt.

It's also the first big museum, I've ever been too. Photographs are not allowed inside, so I can’t show what’s inside the museum.

It contains a lot of coffins (made out of granite, limestone or covered with gold), statues, tables, jewelries, the treasures found from King Tutankhamen's tomb, weapons, instruments, chariots, and other stuffs .

Of course this is where you will see the mummies - they have a Royal Mummy Room and you have to pay for another extra to go inside. We did not get to go inside because almost everyone’s itching to get out of the place - medyo mainit rin ang museum plus everyone’s tired.

This is also where one of the scenes in the blockbuster hit movie "The Mummy" was shot.

Monday, October 06, 2008

Golden Age of Multimedia

I have always wanted to learn more about video production. And, I did venture to that once or twice in our Multimedia Class and another one when a friend of mine asked for help. But, I stopped since I need to focus on what I have at hand. But, one day.. I will go back.

Talking about multimedia and video production.....

I know of this group of people ( Chicago Video Production ) who can produce videos for you. Be it for corporate, training, trade show, recruitment, marketing, sales, tv or promotional video. They can even hire the actors for you!

Richter Studios can shoot the scene in any format from any location. Or, if you already have the footage, but need that special post-production touch to bring out the magic - they can do that as well. They have world class editors and animators who can help you with that. They have an award winning team that can make your video production an attention-grabbing masterpiece!

They don't just deal with videos! Other services they offer are Web and Interactive Production Services.

A lot of their clients usually requests for web version of videos, and so to cater their client's need and the constant demand of those web version of videos, they have extended their services to the World Wide Web. And to make sure that you are really dealing with PROFESSIONALS, here is the proof:

"Richter Studios created the award-winning Pinehurst Virtual Tour, which features over 70 videos, dozens of animations, PDF’s and interactive slide shows - all created in-house by the Richter Studios team."

An All Digital Workflow + World Class Talent = Richter Studios

Go check their website now and look around specially at the portfolios part. :)

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Coffeee Award

Got this Coffee Award from Avy.

THANK YOU. You know I Love Coffee.

And speaking of "I Love Coffee", which is actually an existing local band here in Davao and I kinda know the vocalist/composer. Not just kinda, but we are in the same business. Hehe.

They have their song out and it's being played in Killerbee 89.1 every Mondays from 9pm - 11pm @ the Indie Top 20 Show hosted by Rod Rodriguez. *tama ba? host rin ba yang sa radio station?*. They play mga unsigned, underground music. It's being required that all radio stations in Davao should also play "Indie Local Bands" and so Killerbee got their own show for that.

The song is "This Time Around" by I Love Coffee and you can watch and listen sa song below, courtesy ng YouTube. *would have to do something about the Video one of these days.. i revise ko pa, pero it will do as of now*

I personally like this song. Really, really. It can be sang by a boy or a girl. Hayyyy. They make good songs you know. So far, they recorded three songs pa lang. But, Kuya Jimuel (the composer/songwriter) got a total of 30 songs or more unrecorded. WOW!

and you can call Killerbee 89.1 to cast your vote here: (082)305-8910

Friday, September 26, 2008

Selling Back Your Books

Itching to get those old books out of your house ? I have a couple of books that I would like to dispose of as well. Why not earn money from them? There's a website I found who buys used / old books from readers. Yay.

Sell Back Your Book is an online book shop where you get to sell and buy old / used books. They buy all kinds of new and used books. The process for selling your books to them is as easy as one, two, three.

What you need to do is, simply, enter the ISBN numbers for each book that you want to sell them in the box that is provided in their front page and then press the 'Price Books' button. They would display the price they are willing to pay. If you are OK with the price simply press the 'Add to My Cart' button and you're ready to check out - or even enter more books you want to sell.

You can even Sell TextBooks to them. Textbooks usually loose their value quickly, so you better act now and sell them today. Sell Textbooks and get paid! Just that simple!

and here's more: You can use their FREE prepaid shipping label and they will prepay the shipping! No out-of-pocket cash required to ship them your textbooks or old books!

This is one good service for people who owns a lot of books that they want to dispose of. :)

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Search is On

I would like to extend my thanks to all those who contributed relief goods to the evacuees in Pikit, South Cotabato, for responding to our call for kindness to the following:

  • Ms. Jireh PeƱarubia
  • Ms. Daisy Salondaguit
  • Ms. Jelyn Antonio
  • Mr. Art Suelto
  • Mr. Paolo Suelto
  • Ms. Maricel Pepito
  • Ms. Lilibeth Pepito
  • Ms. Mayflor Loremia
  • Ms. Berly
  • Mr. Jimuel Ciudad

and to all those who are in Davao and is interested to do something good… I’m inviting y’all to visit my Ate Ji’s blog.. since she is looking for 25 people who can help out: THE SEARCH IS ON

Been quite busy nowadays... me and my family are cooking up something good, which I will later announce here and to my other blogs as well.

Thank you for continually visiting my blog despite the lack of updates, will get back at you all. *HUGS*

May you all have a great day ahead.

Life is good! =)

Monday, September 01, 2008

Great Sphinx of Giza

The Great Sphinx of Giza is a half-human, half-lion Sphinx statue found in Egypt. It is also the largest monolith statue in the world and one of the world's oldest statue.

The Great Sphinx was believed to stand as a guardian of the Giza Plateau, where it faces the rising sun. In the Old Kingdom, it was the focus of solar worship. It's LION form, has long been a symbol associated with the sun in ancient civilizations.

With all it's grandeur in history, nowadays it is facing one of the world's famous franchise - Kentucky Fried Chicken. Yikes. Of all the opponents to face... it's facing a chicken for crying out loud.

Friday, August 08, 2008


Searching my drafts... I found this tag... I might as well do it before I forget all about this...

and besides how fitting.. it's 8/8/8 today.

every church is full for weddings, baptisms.....
new business establishments waited for this day to have their grand opening...

and would it be lucky if the guy would propose today? would the girl really say yes? :)

Tagged by Pepe and Ate Nona and Ate Naomi tagged my Dance of Life blog.

The Rules:
Each person should post the rules first before their lists, then they should write 8 things about themselves, tag and link 8 other people and then let those people know that they had been tagged so they will know what to do....


  1. I am a person who enjoys talking to people with the same "wavelength" as mine. I kind of find it hard to keep a good conversation flowing if the wavelengths don't match. Not that I don't like to talk but it's just a bit hard... if the wavelength's a bit off? you know what I mean?

  2. When it comes to chips I prefer Taquitos, Kornets and Cheese Ring. Any cheese flavored chips will do also.
  3. I love books. This is actually an obvious fact and since this is totally random I am including it here na lang. Check Espresso Break.
  4. Enjoys traveling. But, when it comes to traveling - I enjoy road trips better.
  5. Is curious about other dimensions, angels, and a whole lot of mysterious, enchanting things. I don't talk much about it though. Oh, actually it depends on who I am talking too.
  6. mildly interested in Psychology. is amazed at Avy for having this course. oh and Chaya, for wanting to take it up here.
  7. loves the rain.
  8. enjoys collecting notebooks. Hehe.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Ancient Egyptian Pyramids of Giza

A pyramid is any three-dimensional polyhedron where the faces other than the base are triangular and converge on one point, called the apex.

The base of a pyramid can be any polygon but is typically a square, leading to four non-base faces. - from Wikipedia.

The most famous pyramids are the ones found in Egypt.

There are three pyramids in Giza - there is the Khufu's Pyramid, Khafre's Pyramid and Menkaure Pyramid.

Khufu's Pyramid, is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids bordering what is now Cairo, Egypt and is the only remaining member of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is believed the pyramid was built as a tomb for Egyptian pharaoh Khufu. The Great Pyramid was the tallest man made structure in the world for over 3,800 years. - from Wikipedia

Khafre's Pyramid, is the second largest and the tomb of Pharoah Khafre. The pyramid has a base length of 215.25 m (707 ft) and originally rises to a height of 143.5 m (471 ft) The Pyramid is made of Limestone blocks(weighing more than 2 tons each). - from Wikipedia

Menkaure's Pyramid, is the smallest among the three pyramids and the tomb of Egyptian Pharaoh Menkaure. It was probably completed that time between the 26th century BC.

I wasn't expecting to be THERE - for real - but there I am standing right in front on one of the Ancient Seven Wonders of the World and the only surviving structure in modern times. Woot.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Koons Toyota

New Toyota Leesburg VA

I'm introducing the largest Toyota dealer in Virginia and that is Koons Toyota! I am sure Koons Toyota would be your number one choice when it comes to new Toyotas in Leesburg, VA.

Why Toyota ?

Toyota just introduced new technologies to the Leesburg, VA area and here are some of them:
  • it includes one of the first mass-produced hybrid gas-electric vehicles
  • Advanced Parking Guidance System (automatic parking)
  • a four-speed electronically controlled automatic with buttons for power and economy shifting
  • an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Koons Toyota has the best selection of new Toyotas in Leesburg, VA area that I am sure you would love to check out. Why not give Koons Toyota a visit? And you can test drive any Toyota car, van, truck or SUV you want.
Koons Toyota address: Koons Tysons Toyota Scion 8610 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182

Toyota brands include Scion and Lexus and the corporation is part of the Toyota Group. And there's a free Toyota Emergency Car Care Kit whenever you purchase.

So, if ever you need more information, you can always call their
Toll Free Number: Call Toll-Free: 888-530-8445

Friday, July 18, 2008

Sutliff Cadillac

New Cadillacs Harrisburg PA

Are you into Cadillacs? Cadillac is a brand of luxury vehicles, which is pretty much produced and sold in the United States and Canada.

If you are into Cadillacs...

I'm introducing you to Sutliff Cadillac who was selected as the official Harrisburg, PA Cadillac Dealer and with dozens of New Cadillacs Available! Sutliff Cadillac operates with quality, integrity and service since 1931. They have been serving and providing an outstanding one for 75 years already.

So, if you are just near Harrisburg you might as well check out the extensive new Cadillacs they have available just for you. You can choose any model you want and if they don't have it they can order the model for you. Well, isn't that good ? :)

At Sutliff Cadillac, you can be sure that they would work hard to get you the Cadillac you have always desired. The Cadillac that would fit your needs and wants, whether you want a mid-size sport sedan, or an ultimate sport sedan or a luxury sedan or whatever your preferences may be. That new Cadillac of yours might just be right out there waiting for you at Sutliff Cadillac.

They also work with a vast array of lending sources to make sure you will get the most complete and comprehensive financial package they have available.

Sutliff Cadillac is located at 6462 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, PA 17050.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Yoga for a Cause

There is this program organized by the Rotaract Club of Munting Pag-asa Davao called "Rotary Shares Life Program"which aims to assist children with cancer admitted at the Davao Medical Center.

And so, with that in mind, they came up with a Yoga Class where the money you pay, goes to the program.

It is a 3-day session with 2 certified instructors (Jon cagas and Fritz Freire) from TEAM YOGA 2002. It would be held on July 13 (Sunday: 1:30 - 5:00 pm) July 14-15 (7:30-9:00 pm) @ the Smashville Fitness Center.

The 3 day session would be for Php 600.00. But, it's all worth it, aside from getting the Yoga class you get to help the children with cancer in DMC.

For more information: Please contact Ate Jireh

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Toadally Awesome

Croak Croak.

got this award from Lady Norms.

Thank you po! =)


  • been practicing tediously for our RSA once again. It's just like last year. =)
  • still have modules to make.
  • crossing fingers over something. *cross fingers* hayhay.
Updates in Espresso Break:

Kung Fu Panda - 2008

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian - 2008
The Valkyries - Paolo Coelho


and for all those people in Davao who loves to read... I encourage you to join the Davao Reader's Circle (haven't tried pa.. but it sounds fun.. and i want to make time and join one of their meet-ups). Thanks Sir Dominique and Raine for the info.

Saturday, June 07, 2008


Got this tag from Weng.


I AM having the time of my life.
I WANT to sing my heart out today.
I HAVE two hands the left and the right *ok that was korny*
I WISH I can somehow turn back time.
I FEAR "fear" itself.
I HATE some things.... *ngi*
I SEARCH for wisdom.
I WONDER about angels and miracles.
I REGRET that I transferred to another school during my last year in High School.
I LOVE Myself.
I ALWAYS think about blogging something. Hehe.
I AM NOT mean at all.
I DANCE when no one is watching. *asus*
I SING to a select group of people. Hehe.
I CRY privately.
I WRITE what I love.

I NEED to post this thing for June!
THE LAST THOUGHT WHEN I GO TO SLEEP WITH IS: "Wow, it's raining.. I love the pitter patter!"

Who to tag? Just about anyone who wants to do this. Hehe.


  • Davao's rainy nowadays. Cold Cold Cold.
  • so many things to share and I have yet to find time to bring it all down here.
  • Woooo. Happy Independence Day!! hehe.
New Updates in Espresso Break Blog.

Iron Man - 2008
Treehouse - Quezon City
Intensity - Dean Koontz
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull - 2008
Forbidden Kingdom - 2008

Saturday, May 31, 2008

360 Leader

Dear Family and Friends,

The PMA Masikhay Class of 1999 Alumni Asso. Inc in cooperation with Salt and Light Ventures and Inspire leadership Consultancy presents THE JOHN MAXWELL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT, The Leadership Effect: Building REAL Leaders.

Featuring all new content and timeless leadership principles from John Maxwell’s latest books including The 360 Leader, Winning with People, and Leadership Gold

Make the transition from success to succession - build your leaders now to ensure your organization’ s future

Meet and learn from America’s #1 Leadership mentor and best-selling author

Attending this rare event of an internationally recognized leadership expert, speaker and author NEED NOT be very costly.

For as low as 1,800.00 (roughly $43.00 USD) only, you’ll get to hear John Maxwell LIVE via Satellite at the AFP Theater, Camp Aguinaldo Quezon City on June 10,2008 (Tuesday) from 745am to 2pm. (Actual event participation at the Shangri-la Plaza costs around Php 13,000 to Php 20,000)

Please Contact Marnellie Dolor for more details: 09106804342 or 09234012797. Thank you and Be blessed!

Check out the "shoot-out" I witnessed: DDS Strikes

Friday, May 30, 2008

23 Blogs

Blog rolls, link exchanges or whatever you call it - is one of the the tool in blogging that would give you friends or your own community online. Almost everyone who is involved in blogging get requests about link exchanges or to be added in one's blog roll or maybe you are even one of those who requests to be added in another person's blog.

Anyway, why am I talking about this? It's because I found a site that would help you with blog rolls and link exchanges. and that is: - FREE Blog Roll TEXT Link Exchange.(1:10).
Another innovative way of promoting yourself through other people's blog.

What is is a free 1:10 text link exchange that would provide blogs or online journals the ability to cross-promote each other. Member blogs display a box containing text links in order to earn impressions.

So, what makes it good ?

Once you sign up you get 1000 impressions (whenever you place their html code within 24 hours.) It also has more than 13 different CSS style. Isn't it fabulous? You get different styles/designs to choose from. You get to refer other blogs that would earn you credits. Pretty easy. No worries about delays, because it has real time statistics. IT also has Targeted traffic and you get to choose the category of blog where you want your text ad to appear. See ? And of course it adds free content to your blog, making it more appealing to your readers at no cost to you because this service from 23 Blogs is ABSOLUTELY FREE! - FREE Blog Roll TEXT Link Exchange.(1:10)

Thursday, May 22, 2008

To A Friend

To our Friend (Emel)

I will miss...
I always cherished
I will always remember..

all those days when we were in high school...
liking the same band....
the same song...
the same TV Shows...
the same anime (and even buying those cards at the market... just to save and share it with each other).
or even liking the same person in a band or in real life....
the same habit (chatting)...

We've been through a lot... yes...

But I guess... something happened... not all of us knew deep within...
Whatever you do...

I wish you to be at peace... wherever you are.

You are Loved.


Friday, May 16, 2008

keywords for may

14 May, Wed, 12:21:17 Google Images: VMY 2007
14 May, Wed, 13:02:13 Google: natural emotions
14 May, Wed, 14:25:20 Google: salumay
14 May, Wed, 14:32:15 Yahoo: e..of insight gained from OJT in the comelec
14 May, Wed, 15:00:44 Google: alkaline diet
14 May, Wed, 16:56:48 Google: gotocola
14 May, Wed, 18:44:32 Google: "No. Sometimes I have a beer with it" quote
14 May, Wed, 18:54:49 Google: aramin resort, quezon philippines
14 May, Wed, 18:59:39 Google: katchubong
14 May, Wed, 23:08:45 Google: 3A
15 May, Thu, 03:21:51 Google: Babebube Boink! Super Boink
15 May, Thu, 05:18:17 Google: ate processing scam
15 May, Thu, 05:32:49 AOL Search: lolengs resort
15 May, Thu, 11:02:53 Google: "we have different parents" poetry
15 May, Thu, 11:36:08 Google: five emotions anger
15 May, Thu, 17:26:42 Google: fuda hospital
15 May, Thu, 22:32:56 Yahoo:
16 May, Fri, 00:43:02 Google: ladies western shirts red
16 May, Fri, 03:55:16 Google: what should i do if im sad,angry,envious,and lonely? im a boy
16 May, Fri, 16:57:29 Google: shin chan cartoons

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

A Circle

Before I tell you about the second part of our April Tour..

I'll post this tag first:

This was a tag from my good friend Ate Mari

*Circle of Friends*

Anger is only one letter short of danger
If someone betrays you once, it is his fault;
If he betrays you twice, it is your fault.
Great minds discuss ideas;
Average minds discuss events;
Small minds discuss people.
He, who loses money, loses much;
He, who loses a friend, loses much more;
He, who loses faith, loses all.
Beautiful young people are accidents of nature,
But beautiful old people are works of art.
Learn from the mistakes of others
You can’t live long enough to make them all yourself.
Friends, you and me…
You brought another friend…
And then there were 3…
We started our group…
Our circle of friends…
And like that circle…
There is no beginning or end…
Yesterday is history.
Tomorrow is mystery.
Today is a gift.

I'm tagging anyone who wants to do this... :)

All the best!


*got to start our practice for our June RSA


Mabuhay Panciteria

Monday, May 05, 2008

April 2008 Trip I

The trip went well (in fact it was great!).

The first part of the trip was spent on four scheduled Leadership Training in different places to be conducted by my mom.

April 12-13 :

The first one was conducted at Malolos, Bulacan. My mom's training is limited to 30 persons only (and that's already the maximum but on some places it would exceed to 35). But this time at Malolos there were only 12 participants (which makes it easy for mom). Less audience is easier.

I also tried a delicacy from Malolos called Inipit *review some other time*. I also visited the ever famous Barasoain Church. I was supposed to take a picture in front but, a wedding was about to take place and so all my plans of being there went down the drain. Hehe. Give way to the bride. :P

April 15-16:

Our second schedule was set to be in Tandang Sora, Quezon City to be hosted by Mrs. Luzviminda's Service Center.

Basically, this group is a great one, most of the attendees are in their youth and they are way beyond people their age already. (Not a lot of youths attend this kind of training though). They are responsive and they ask a lot of questions (which is actually great because my mom encourages questions and clarifications when she speaks). Very interactive. They are also achievers which makes it a plus. Keep it up guys! :)

April 17-18:

The third schedule was held at Willie Mercado's Service Center over at Zamora Street.

Mrs. Lelel was a great host, she made sure we were doing all right and all that. She even drove us at the hotel when our drive wasn't able to make it. I also admired her three kids helping out with their Service Center. You can see they have a tight family bond.

The group here is great as well. Intellectual and Spiritual and so Mom did not have any trouble and actually finished early because they got it just right.

I also admired Mr. & Mrs. Lauron(Crown Diamonds) who attended mom's training. It's quite rare to see a person EARN MUCH and attend trainings. Most people who earn much and are in a high position don't attend trainings anymore. You can see that Mr. & Mrs. Lauron are green mangoes*

April 19

Supposed to be our rest day but mom made time for some of the Network Leaders who weren't able to attend her trainings. It started by 10am ended at quarter to 4 or something.

April 20

en route to Quezon. We took our time getting to the place. Not much in a hurry. I enjoyed the ride.

April 21-22

The last schedule was held at Aramin Resort in Tayabas, Quezon Province. The bond on this group is very tight. Quezon already had it's first batch, which were the "uplines" of the second batch and they bonded during the two nights talking about a lot of things in life. I enjoyed observing their bond here.

April 23

Before going back to Manila we decided to climb the 300 steps of the "Kamay ni Hesus" grotto. Due to the "coding" in Pasay we delayed our going back to Manila by stopping at different places and taking a different, scenic route. I was able to drop by at Lucban, Quezon (to check out the hats once again... but did not get to buy one.. since I don't know where I would store it. T_T), and Lumban, Laguna (the home of the finest barongs).

All in all it was a fun filled trip full of learning experiences. I learned a lot from different people. It's one of the reasons I decided to stay in the Networking Field. You get to understand people more and more and you meet different people and learn from them and at the same time you got to help them out. You give something, they get something. You get something, they give out something.

*Green Mango - mature independent person, attends trainings. leaves their cup empty, eager to learn. coachable. A green mango stays on the tree. It doesn't fall. It wouldn't rot.
*Yellow Mango - immature independent person, don't attend trainings because their cup is full already. they feel they know EVERYTHING. A yellow mango usually falls from a tree and is left to rot. When you stop learning, you start to rot just like a yellow mango.

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Back Home

Finally, I'm home sweet home. Got sooo many stories to tell. I don't know where to begin.

Enjoy the remaining days of summer!!

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Once again

Once again I will be out from the online world.

I do hope I get to go to a few events I've been invited to by online friends if it fits with my Mom's schedule.

  1. April 12 - SM Megamall NBS - Book Signing by Pamela Santos of The Only Thing Between Us. After a series of exchanging mails with Pamela (she has good PR with her readers and I'm sure her book would be a hit to her online acquaintances) she informed me she had it published already. I finished the book and the review is HERE.
  2. and of course the Bloggers Meet up with Ate Ann who will be in Pinas by then.
  3. April 26 - Malcolm Theater, College of Law, in UP Diliman Quezon City - The 4th IBlog Summit. I do hope I can drop by. *sigh* But, to those who want to join you can register HERE. Check the list of participants HERE.

Ill ty to visit your blogs as much as possible. See you all and enjoy the summer.

Too bad ill be missing out some events sa mga ka covs ko. Oh well.


Tuesday, April 08, 2008

75 words

This is a speed type test: taken at
Just copy paste or click HERE.

This is a tag from Lady Norms, Cecil, and Livingsoul who tagged my Dance of Life.


Wanna try it? :P what's yours?

Monday, April 07, 2008

Martha's Flowers

There are new Martha Stewart's products over at 1800 flowers and is distributed exclusively. I checked it out and oh how much I wanted to have one of those martha stewart plants they have over there.Of course, these new martha stewart flowers are just so lovely and they come with a unique vase perfectly suited for the flower arrangement. How fitting! They also have a page where they give you tips about finding a perfect vase (since vases are vital to your arrangements because they balance the floral display and as well adds visual interest) for your flower arrangement. Isn't it just nice?

I saw a Martha Stewart Rose and Nerine Bouquet and it sure made me smile a million watts looking at the blend of the two colors (red and pink). If red and pink does not tickle you but it's green that brings the fresh feeling then the Martha Stewart Lotus Pod Bouquet would suit you - it is a symbol of hope and harmony. It also arrives with a ceramic bamboo grove vase.

Since, it's still a graduation week you can choose from various bouquets the perfect set for someone who just graduated. I really like the Martha Stewart Pink Tulip Bouquet in a clear glass vase - it looks so girly.

The Martha Stewart Pastel Gerbera Bouquet also caught my eye. If you don't like the two colors mixed and you prefer to have either pink or the yellow, they could arrange that for you and its called Martha Stewart Buttercream Gerbera Bouquet and Martha Stewart Pale Pink Gerbera Bouquet.

Visit and check out those bouquets that would take your breath away if it materializes physically!

Sunday, April 06, 2008

Blog Buddy

I got this award from tessa, two months ago.

Thank you for giving me this Blog Buddy award. So sweet of you!

Saturday, April 05, 2008

Jelly Beans

Aloha kids and jelly beans lovers!

I found a site that sells Jelly beans in different colors and if you want to eat those jelly beans like there's no tomorrow, you can buy them by BULK.

They have different types of jelly beans: speckled jelly beans, jumbo jelly beans, mike and ike, and hot tamales jelly beans and also rocks and candy types.

You can choose from a variety of colors and flavors like white jelly beans (coconut), red jelly beans (wild cherry), deep red jelly beans (apple), red jelly beans flecked (cinnamon), rose jelly beans (strawberry), dark pink jelly beans (grapefruit), light pink jelly beans (cotton candy), light pink jelly beans (bubblegum), pale pink jelly beans (strawberry cheesecake), pink jelly beans speckled (tutti frutti), orange jelly beans (orange n' cream), tangerine jelly beans (tangerine), yellow jelly beans (lemon meringue), pale yellow jelly beans (buttered popcorn), deep green jelly beans (watermelon), forest green jelly beans (apple), bright green jelly beans (kiwi), pale green jelly beans (key lime), green jelly beans (golden pear), green yellow jelly beans (baja margarita), dark blue jelly beans (blueberry), midnight blue jelly beans speckled (blue hawaiin), electric blue jelly beans (very blue coconut), purple jelly beans (boysenberry), purple jelly beans (grape), root beer jelly beans (root beer), deep brown jelly beans (java), dark brown jelly beans (wow! chocolate), black jelly beans (licorice), light brown jelly beans (tiramisu), off white jelly beans (french vanilla), and cream jelly beans speckled (toasted marshmallow). Cost: $4.99 per lb.

Don't you just love it when you have a variety of choices and options?

and you can buy them in packages of 40 different colors in a special price from $14.99 to $11.99 or by 20 colors from $8.99 to $7.99 or 10 Sour or not Flavors from $4.99 to $4.79. See? By getting more you pay less!

What's great about them is that all their jelly beans are certified Kosher under the strict supervision of OK Laboratories.

Buy and try it out.

Friday, April 04, 2008

Cover Girl?

You bet!

I was tagged by Lady Norms while Ate Nona tagged my Dance of Life blog.

I know I posted it a bit late.... (and I'm making a career of posting tags late.)

But, here it is.....

Tagging anyone who wants to do it!


  • Finally got "The Only Thing Between Us" book by Pamela Santos.
  • For the first time I played "Paint Ball" with friends/sisters/brothers.

Book Review: Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Payment Processing

Nowadays, almost everything is processed online specially our payments. And, sometimes there is just so much information and something new always comes up when it comes to payment processing. There are probably many a good "informational sites" about payment processing scattered just about anywhere in the world wide web. But, there is something better compared to those informational sites and it is what we call the Payment Processing Forums.

Yes, a forum. A forum is a good medium to seek out help and be updated by what's new whenever it's about payment processing. It has forums about the different internet payment service providers with discussions ranging from: General Payment Processing, E-Gold and E-bullion, Merchant Accounts, Paypal Discussion, Moneybookers, and Bank Accounts and Internet Banking. It also has forums about Electronic Payment Gateways and E-Currencies with the following discussions: Payment Gateways with and Credit Cards each with their own sub-forums. It has forums about Fraud and Chargeback Prevention (and I'm sure that place would have a lot of people who frequents it so as they would get updated) with discussions about Online Fraud, Credit Card Fraud, Fraud Detection and Prevention and Chargeback and Refunds. It also has forums about Business with discussions in Ecommerce, Marketing and Webmasters. They have topics like: What is VCC? What is Payflow? Click Fraud and Marketing Mix Analysis.

Of course they also have forums where you can introduce yourself freely and some free talks that are out of topic ( a forum where you get to know other people who frequent the Payment Processing forum). A forum wouldn't be complete without a "Suggestion and Feedbacks" discussion and so they have it too making it a complete one stop drop about Payment Processing.

So, if you have questions about Payment Processing go and visit their forum to get answers and share knowledge and experience to others.

Saturday, March 29, 2008

South Park

This is one tag from beejing. I got it a month ago, I think. (I'm so old, I can't remember!) Haha.

Here’s how the game goes.

  1. You receive a tag. (of course!!! LOL)
  2. You go this site
  3. Create your own South Park Character.
  4. Create an entry with your generated character.
  5. Tag your friends.
  6. Enjoy!!!
Tagging: Everyone who enjoys South Park. :)


  1. This post is actually a break from the "Interdependence Game" I've been posting these past few days. I am considering in transferring those to another blog I made for our office.
  2. I joined CandyMag Awards 2008. Hehe. I'll be nominating some bloggers out there. So, watch out! Haha.
  3. Our family got around to participate with the "Earth Hour". It's one good way to make a difference. It's fun and amusing to know some people from other parts of the world doing it.
Have a nice weekend ahead!

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

The Game of Interdependence - Station 3

Welcome to Station 3

Minefield *with a twist*: Focus. Get around the obstacles and Reach your Dreams.

Fact: Minefield is a classic TEAM-BUILDING activity.

The Game of Interdependence - Introduction
The Game of Interdependence - Station 1
The Game of Interdependence - Station 2

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Perflect Blend

and no it's not just coffee that makes a perfect blend... but people with different personalities would.

and so I'm thanking Weng for this cute award...

and I'm also handing this award to Bryan, Ate Nona and Ate Sash

who, in their own way blended perfectly with the rest of the bloggers with their "friendly" nature - and I'm one of them!

Friday, March 14, 2008

The Game of Interdependence - Station 2

Welcome to Station 2.

Sack Race *with a twist*: Strike The Balance

Original content was transferred to the official blog of DXN Davao Service Center - HERE.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Pink Lady

Well, I found a casino site or an online casino that screams "lady in pink".

Pink Lady is a Top Casino . It's one of the online industry's safest bet. The best online casino, for that matter. Their games are true and fair. The pink lady's casino software is developed and maintained by a leading online gaming software company.

What makes it different?

From the name itself, "pink lady", this casino's objective or purpose is to help appeal to a female casino player. All you ladies out there who is in to online casino gambling. It's designed for a woman who play casino games.

What's good about them?

Added features on their site are the different languages available: from English to Deutsch, French to Spanish, Italian, and even Netherlands and Chinese. So, whether you speak English or someone who loves to have it on Spanish you'd love the different language choices that is available for you to use.

Also, they have added one innovative feature for all you ladies out there playing casino games online, and that's the addition of a flash casino game. Those who want to practice on their new instant play page - and here's the best offer - it goes for FREE. Their new 3D game are cutting-edge in the online gaming industry.

They also have promotions and rewards for you to be enthused by playing with them.

They also give out loyalty rewards and the elite rewards for making pink lady casino as their home and this is to recognize their support. They give out cash prizes, vacations packages, cruises and gifts to the CGTV Elite Club.

In their company, they have over 80 people that works for them to improve and release new games every month for their clients. Just a note and I think you should know: they don't accept Canadian or US players because of a recent regulation but their target is basically Europe and the rest of the whole wide world.

Monday, March 10, 2008

The Game of Interdependence - Station 1

Welcome to Station 1.

Treasure Hunt: "Seek and you will Find".

This post (series) was transferred to the official Legaspi Service Center Blog - view the post HERE.

The Game of Interdependence - Introduction
The Game of Interdependence - Station 1
The Game of Interdependence - Station 2
The Game of Interdependence - Station 4
The Game of Interdependence - Station 5
The Game of Interdependence - Finale

Saturday, March 08, 2008

Diamond Ocean

My mom is into jewelries, specially diamond ones. I found another website that I'm sure mom would really love to browse. When you buy from them they have a different price from it's usual standard market retail price.

They have various Designer Earrings with Diamonds that would bring out the best in your appearance. They have different styles, shapes and weight that would suit you and that would depend on the diamond, gemstone and pearls that is studded in the earring. I checked out one Diamond studded earring that I kinda like it has a 14Kt White Gold, Clarity - I2 and it's Color - H. That's the main specification, but if you want it customized they have a drop down menu that would suit you. Very innovative - huh?

They also have rings for anniversaries, engagement rings, bridal sets, promise rings, wedding bands, eternity rings and eternity bands, gemstone rings, men's ring or bands, fashion rings, right hand rings, journey rings and trilogy rings. I really like this one promise ring, if one buys it in retail it's $1880 but they offer it at a special price for only $441, saving 75%.

They also offer pendants in different categories from cross pendants, alphabet or numeric pendant, heart pendant, solitaire stud pendant, fashion pendant, trilogy pendant, journey pendant, gemstone pendant and men's pendant. This time I browsed their gemstone pendants and I was delighted by the colors that I saw. I like the Pearl and Tourmaline in White Gold Pendant and also the Amethyst and Diamond Pendant.

Of course they have bracelets and bangles for all of you who loves jewelries on wrist. They have tennis bracelets, fashion bracelets, men's bracelets and bangles. I browsed their sizzling collection of fashion bracelets and bangles. I fancied the Gold Fashion bracelet with Hawaiian slippers and the White gold Diamond Fashion Bangle.

They also have different loose diamonds from round, princess, baguettes, tapers, radiant, cushions, marquise, pearl, heart, triangle, lily to oval.

They also have watches, cufflinks and tie pins.

All their products are customizable. *That's cool!* So, you can choose to have on one product having a different metal such as Gold, Silver, Platinum or a diamond specification like it's color and clarity to change and have it customized and one that would suit your budget.

Check the Diamond Ocean Site Now and choose your faves! :)

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

The Game of Interdependence - Introduction

This post was transferred to the official blog of our office - DXN Davao - for the article - The Game of Interdependence - Introduction.

Have a great Day!

The Game of Interdependence - Introduction
The Game of Interdependence - Station 1
The Game of Interdependence - Station 2
The Game of Interdependence - Station 4
The Game of Interdependence - Station 5
The Game of Interdependence - Finale

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Teen Chat Rooms

I used to be hooked on chatting before at the mere age of 14. I was pretty much frequenting IRC's but later left the world when all of the people I become used to left as well.

Anyway talking about chatting, I saw a website that caters to teens and they have a teen chat rooms . Their chat rooms are free and you don't have to register or sign up unlike other IRC clients. All you have to do is just type in your nickname and then click the 'Connect' button they have to enter the teen chat rooms.

Here's the chat link:

They have a few rules and regulations to keep the chatroom safe and secure at the same time. You can always mail the administrators if anyone in the chat room is behaving badly.

Aside from the Chat Room, they also have message boards. Message boards with different topics from site updates to getting to know each other's ASL. You can also get into debates because they have a thread for that or talk about the latest news. Of course talking about relationships wouldn't disappear in every thread. And various hobbies from music to books to movies and shopping they are very well present too. Work and Education wouldn't go amiss because they are included in the package and don't forget gadgets and technology. Teen Say pretty much has it all in one message board.

They also have flash games, teen advices, music, movies and celebrity gossips.

It's an all-in-one online community for teens! Go check it out now!

Sunday, March 02, 2008

Blog lovin'

I got this "I love your blog" award from Lady Norms.

Thank you so much.

To whom it may concern: This is to help out Jake the Miserable's plight in announcing that whoever linked him to change his URL from to

Have a great week ahead!

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Replace it

A tag from Sis Francince and LivingSoul

Rule #1

Copy all the links below and replace a single link under the appropriate alphabet. If your domain name, or even the title of your blog, starts with an “A,” you’d replace the link under that alphabet and put the replaced link at the bottom. Also, don’t forget to credit the tagger, or where you got the list from, at the end of the list with a full URL of the post so that a pingback gets generated.

1. A.
2. B.

3. C.

4. D.

5. E.

6. F.

7. G.

8. H.

9. I.

10. J.

11. K.

12. L.

13. M.
14. N.

15. O.

16. P.

17. Q.

18. R.

19. S.

20. T.

21. U.

22. V.

23. W.

24. X.

25. Y.

26. Z.

Replaced link:
Previous tagger: and marcroger

Rule #2

You now have to “tag” at least five people and encourage them to participate so that this thing spreads like a virus. Remember, though, that not everyone’s into these kinds of things, so don’t be upset if they don’t participate. Just simply replace your tag. Remember to tag blogs only and no pornographic ones as we do want to keep the integrity as a blogging community. TIP: Tag your frequent EntreCard droppers via its messaging system.

I’m tagging:

Ate Ghee, Weng, Pretty Life Online, and Meiyah.

Rule #3

Just like any other “meme” out there, ask a question for your taggees to answer along with your own answer to your previous question. This is optional.


That's it for now!

Visit Dance of Life. - if you've got the time. Be Blessed.

QOTD: "There is more to a true man than the strength of his physical self. The gifts of your mind remain powerful". -Miki

Monday, February 25, 2008

AJ's Western Wear Outfitters

Do you have a thing for cowboy boots and western hats?

Western Wear is one type of clothing that would never go out of style.

There's a website just for you that lets you choose from a variety of western wear, western shirts or clothing for men, ladies and even kids.

You can check out that website - Aj's Western Wear Outfitters.

Their line of western clothing includes but is not limited to embroidered western snap & denim shirts, cowboy shirts, western shirts and vintage western shirts. They also do matching western styles for men, women and kids which is great if you want to attend a party that requires you to wear matching outifts, or if you just want to have them and wear them for fun.

The specialty of Aj's Western Wear Outfitters is found in designing. They personalize your western clothing according to your barn, horse or etc. One good thing about them is that they brand or pretty much well known as monogram your shirts for free! Wow! That's good service!

They also have available women sleepwear for ladies like moi! They also have impressive looking jackets and vest for the ranch or if you want to wear it out in your favorite country western bar.
Also, I like the collection of rhinestone belts they have and some of them are with swarovski's and turquoise. I really like the Purple and Pink Embossed Belt, it's like it's really screaming my name for me to buy!

If you are a lady who has a thing for bags, your collection won't be complete without choosing one of these cowboy women handbags. They use top pf the line leather and faux leather that would appeal to the cowgirl in you. I particulary like the Waywest Western Buckle Handbag Series. They also have this cute western wallets.

Very nice collection and lots of stuffs to choose from!

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Dance of Life

Hello everyone!

I'm creating a new hang-out as of the moment.

When I say new hang-out it means a new blog.

I'm not leaving this precious blog of mine, although most of the updates will go to the new blog from now on.

You'll be seeing your awards, tags, article tips and some stuff here though.

and without further ado... you can now visit my new blog "Dance of Life" courtesy of Dwinny of Thank you so much!

Dance of Life -

See you there!

Friday, February 15, 2008

Red Cross

Kuya Denz just had a dream last Monday. He said he dreamed of seeing our car (sorrento) with a Red Cross at the back.

And just like some peculiar event, a dream and it is suddenly real we spent two days in and out of two hospitals.

Feb.13: We went to visit our relative who gave birth to a not-fully-developed child who died after childbirth. It was the daughter-in-law of my Mom's Aunt who sent her to school and so we owe as much to her and right now they need all the support they can get. With us, was my Aunt Emee, Uncle Boy and Ate Precious, my nurse cousin who took a 3day leave and just in time to help out. It's amazing how God plans the support team and everything is done with smooth perfection.

We also visited a relative who stayed one month in the hospital and was in a motorcyle accident.

It was Heart's Day. And early in the morning I rushed out to go to the hospital and assist our relative whose child just died. The Red Cross at our car's back was prolly meant for the dead child, because the child was placed there when the body was released.

Later in the night we also visited our cute cousin Luis at Mission Hospital. He was also confined there last night because he kept vomiting whenever he gets to eat something. I think they were released yesterday.

and so I guess that just summed up my birthday and Valentine's.

Have a great Weekend!

Image Source: Clubs MQ

Monday, February 11, 2008

A Question

There are so many questions in life that needs to be answered and so many "why's?" and "what if's?". But, we often disregard those questions all because we feared questioning or we feared the answers themselves.

I don't like to ask "Why?". It's something I got from school. Asking somehow makes someone look dumb. Asking, means you did not make your homework. I know, I know we don't all think that "asking" is dumb. In fact my mom always reminds me that "If you question a lot of things, you get many answers. Maraming tanong, Maraming alam". But, you see during those times I couldn't get the drift. I learned to just sit still and listen to the teacher drone on and on about History, Science, Math, Religion, you name all the subjects.

But, of course there is a point in your life where you get to undo those habits. And that habit of just sitting back and not to question about anything that involves life are one of those habits.

All questions have their own answers. And no one question are unanswered. "But those answers are not constant", Einstein would say to you. Just like "humans", Answers have a tendency to change as we go along.

And so, if you have a question always "ASK" and never dismiss it like I used to do. Ask. Ask. Ask like a kid. The answers may not come right away. The answers might come to different forms, like a book you are reading, a line from the movie you just watched, a friend you bumped into, a billboard sign, and even from nature itself.

"Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves." - Rainer Maria Rilke.

Wait. Live your questions. Then ask. Be open to the changes that the answers would bring forth. Answers to our questions will come. It won't always come from one person, because no one person has all the answers.

Remember: The only stupid question is the one you don't ask.

Ask and it shall be given, Seek and you shall find, Knock and it shall be opened.


Happy Birthday: Kath and Nico C.

Image Credit: Narabia

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Kung Hei Fat Choi

Greeting you all a Happy Chinese New Year!

I wanted to post about "some people" I know... but I guess it wouldn't fit the day because it's special for the Chinese and for that reason I'll just go with the flow.

Meanwhile, I would like to thank Miss Summer for giving me the following awards in three different posts:

1.) You Make My Day Award which I will give out to the following blog friends:

Miss Cel (for dropping by most of the time and leaving messages), Sis Ychel (pasensya na.. you make my day with all those sweet nothings talaga), and Sis Arianne.

2.) XXtraordinary Blogger Award which I will give out to 2 xxtraordinary bloggers as well:

Bam and Fruity Oaty

3.) I love your Blog Award. *which I also got from Ate Mari herself. Thanks!* Before Cupid gets you all flowered up I'm extending this award to you:

Tin / CM / Ethyl

4.) Blog with Girl Power Award: I would give this award to

Ate Gladys

I guess that's all for now. Have a Great Year AHEAD!

Friday, February 01, 2008

11 of 35 Stupid Things

I forgot who tagged me. I guess this one is from Richard.

I just broke rule #4 for reasons I won't divulge. Hehe.

*start copy here*


1. Start at 'start copy here'.
2. Put an X on the things you've done.
3. Tag how-many-[X]s people.
4. Post with title "I've done ___*how-many-[X]* of 35 stupid things".

[ ] Gum has fallen out of your mouth when you were talking.
[ ] Gum has fallen out of your mouth when you were NOT talking.
[ ] You have ran into a glass/screen door.
[ ] You have fell out/off of a moving vehicle.

[x] You have thought of something funny and laughed, then people gave you weird looks.
[ ] You have ran into a tree.
[ ] You have tried to lick your elbow.
[ ] You just tried to lick your elbow.

[ ] You never knew that the Alphabet and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star have the same rhythm.

[ ]You just tried to sing them.
[ ] You have tripped on your shoelace and fallen.

[ ] You have choked on your own spit.

[ ] Your hair is/was blond.

[ ] You've put metal in the microwave.
[ ] You have accidentally caught something on fire.
[x] You tried to drink out of a straw, but it went into your nose/eyes.
[x] You have caught yourself drooling when you wake up.

[x] You've fallen asleep in class.
[x] You have tripped over your own feet.

[ ] Sometimes you just stop thinking.
[x] You are telling a story and forget what you were talking about.
[ ] You have forgotten to breathe.

[ ]You are often told to use your "inside voice".

[x] You use your fingers to do simple math.

[ ] You have eaten a bug
[x]You are taking this test when you should be doing something else.
[x] You have put your clothes on backwards or inside out.

[x] You've looked all over for something and realized it was in your hand.
[ ] You sometimes post bulletins because you are scared that what they say will happen to you if you dont.

[ ] You break a lot of things.
[ ] Your friends know not to use big words around you.

[ ] You sometimes tilt your head when you're confused.
[x] You have fallen out of your chair before.
[ ] When you're lying in bed, you try to find pictures or words in the texture of the ceiling.

[ ] The word "uh" is used many times a day.

*end copy here*

My posts are soo random as of late but I wanted so much to post a lot of things that I have bottled up for months/weeks/days. Rawr. I'm just processing the information, not knowing where to start and trying to make everything "general".

Did you know I just realized that "metaphysics" is exciting? Hehe.