And now, he’s into trucks. He’s thinking of getting truck accessories for his new truck. I may find his hobby expensive but whenever I see his cars, I really love how it looks and how it enhances the parts of the car. So now I’m thinking, I might try it with our car too. I better start saving money! :)
[x] You have sung on karaoke.. ( syempre!)
[x] You have bought clothes from ukay- ukay (oo din!)
[x] You have eaten pancit
[x] You have danced a traditional Pinoy dance in front of people (naku palagi pag may program sa school)
[x] You have been to a free concert
[x] You have never worn contact lenses
[x] You can speak tagalog fluently
[x] You have bought AutoloadMax/E-Load
[ ] You like to eat Sky Flakes (di ko type, mas type ko yung ibang biscuits)
[x] You have put oil in your hair
[x] You have washed your/other people's clothes in a palanggana
10 OUT OF 11
[x] You know the "pinoy ako" dance steps (di man ako kapamilya, sinayaw namin to nung Christmas party nung 2005 sa office haayyy)
[x] You have been to Divisoria (yup and looking forward to going there again!)
[x] You have been to Quiapo (yup, tumingin pa nga ako ng dslr eh)
[x] You have been to Baclaran (yup, at nahilo pa ako don sa dami ng tao!)
[x] You have ridden on a public Jeepney (kahit hanggang ngayon nag jeep pa din ako pag pumapasok sa ofc)
[x] You have been to mass at Baclaran Church (dito nga ako nahilo ang daming tao sa misa)
[x] You have drunk taho (hanggang ngayon, share pa kami ni lance)
[x] You have eaten halo-halo (haayyy sarap!)
[ ] You have hung-out outside a sari-sari store and enjoyed it
[x] You have Jay-Walked (oo pero di pa ko nahuhuli, hehe!)
9 OUT OF 10
[x] You have eaten sorbets
[x] You have eaten lechon
[x] You love watching Pinoy TeleNovelas (dati, di na masyado ngayon, nagmamarathon na ko ng mga dvds ng series ng heroes, prison break, grey’s anatomy at kung ano ano pa)
[ ] You have almost been attacked by a monster?? (anong monster?)
[x] You have gone to the province by bus (dati pag punta ako batangas for summer vacation, pag wala pang maghahatid sa kin, mag bus na lang ako)
[x] You have slept on a banig (sarap kaya, ang lamig!)
[ ] You have faked your age
[x] You have swum in a public pool (public pool yung sa rizal coliseum right?)
[x] You have peed in a pool (oo nung bata pa ako! Haha!)
[x] You have been to a PARLOR and got something done
8 OUT OF 10
[x] You have been obsessed with a pure pinoy actor/actress (di naman obsessed pero I like Aga)
[x] You have been to a public basketball game
[ ] You have eaten ISAW/DUGO
[x] You have/had bulate in your stomach when u were young
[ ] You own a Magic Sing (not exactly a Magic Sing eh)
[x] You have played Patintero
[x] You have played sipa
[ ] You have bought a dog/cat from divisoria
[x] You have played Bingo
6 OUT OF 9
[x] You have been to Pasay
[x] You have taken a road trip by car
[ ] You have thought of using someone for their money
[ ] You have used someone for their money
[x] You have owned a black and white phone before.. ( 3210 my first phone)
[x] You have slept at around 5am or so (ay oo, Mapuan ako eh, hehe!)
[ ] You have gone a week without bathing
[x] You have gotten drunk
[x] You respect your elders
[ ] You like to go gimmick (mas enjoy ako sa bahay kesa gumimik)
6 OUT OF 10
Now add the numbers up and multiply by 2. That would be your percentage of being a Filipino..
What I like most from Score are their belief in education and how it affects the child. The teachers who they call Innovative Tutor are really hands-on to teaching so what more can you ask for?
I know there are a lot of places to see in Spain. I’ve also been checking places to stay and found that there are cheap hotels that have good accommodations. And as I was browsing places to see in Barcelona, I saw that the interesting places to visit are Park Guell, Sagrada Familia, Passeig de Gracia, Gothic Town and the Montjuic Mountain. And when I get tired, I can check in at Cheap Hotels in Barcelona.
Of course, visiting Spain won’t be complete if you won’t be going to Madrid. Our national hero spent years there so I would like to visit it too. I would like to see their museums and basilicas and everything there is to see. And at the end of the day stay and rest at the hotels in Madrid.
Anyway, I’m really trying to figure out how to lose weight and how to stay fit. I lost some already but I still need to lose at least 10-15lbs to get back to my normal weight. Also, I still don’t fit in my clothes and I can’t wear my maternity clothes since I’m not pregnant anymore. Sigh! Before I got married, I go to the gym to stay fit but I stopped when I got pregnant and I haven’t gone back since then.
What I do now is I monitor what I eat and I attend taebo and aerobics class here in the office at least twice a week. Also, I joined an online fitness pal to help me monitor my food intake and my exercises. They ask you your current weight and your desired weight, and you log there your food intake and exercises. They even have a calorie counter to tell you how much calorie to take and how much to burn. It helps a lot so that you’ll know what to eat and at the same time to monitor your progress.
I just joined today and I do hope I’ll be able to achieve my desired weight. Wish me luck guys!
Digital picture frame is like having a TV/album that shows your digital pictures. I always want to show our digital pictures to people who visits our house but can’t do so because first, all of our pictures are in our computer thus the hassle of turning it on and so on. Second, developing those pictures and putting them into an album is costly and time consuming. So when I heard about this digital picture frame, I then checked www.digitalframez.com to see how it works. And it’s really simple. Just take pictures, transfer the memory card to the digital picture frame and that’s it. Your pictures are ready for viewing. You may even choose how long each picture will be shown and the transition that you want. And what’s great is that videos taken by the digital camera can also be shown in the digital frame. Amazing huh!
With the digital frame, pictures can be displayed on the walls of the living room, side table of the bedroom or in any area in your home.
|You Are 47% Vain|
1. I don’t know how to put on make up, even if it’s just lipstick. When I go to work, I just comb my hair and put on powder and that’s it.
2. I have a lotion in the office in case I was not able to apply them because I’m late for work. Lolz!
3. I don’t put on nail polish and I don’t know how either. I just visit the salon for foot spa and pedicure in case I badly need one.
4. I rarely shop for clothes; I just buy them if I really need to and if it’s on sale. If it’s not, I need to check if it’s a good buy or not before deciding to purchase it.
5. I don’t have that much shoes. I just have the ones I use in the office and some sandals. If I need one, I ask my cousin to buy Charles and Keith for me in Singapore because it’s cheaper there and their sandals looks nice in my not so nice feet. I’m more comfortable wearing slippers/flip flops. But I do have 5 pairs of rubber shoes. Nyahaha!!
6. I have several perfumes and colognes. That’s because my uncle works for a company that offers 50% discount on perfumes and my mom sends me Bath and Body works and Victoria’s Secret Colognes.
7. The last time I visited my derma was before I got married for diamond peel and that was two years ago. Haha! But since I don’t put on make up, I just wash my face with Cetaphil before sleeping.
8. I visit the parlor 2x a year for a hair cut. I don’t follow trends for hairstyles. I just have long, straight hair since I don’t know how to fix it too. If it’s hot, I just tie my hair and that’s it.
As I was writing this, feeling ko mas kikay pa si mhay sa kin pero how come mas mataas percentage ko? Hehehe! Peace Mhay!! Anyways, like what I always say, feeling ko aside sa pagiging mermaid, lalaki ako nung past life. Lolz!
Since I am a beach person I would love to see Hawaii for I heard great news about the place. Moreso, there’s Kauai Vacation Packages that has really nice offers for vacation. The Poipu Beach area is known for having a great view of the beach and nice area for snorkeling and other water activities so I might consider booking there. And snorkeling is one of the reasons why I love the beach. Looking at the corals and colorful fishes makes me feel as if I’m on another part of the world.
Not only that, Hawaii beaches are also concerned of the environment. Being familiar on environment, safety and health, I’m also particular if the beaches have ecotourism programs, and good thing they are doing something about it. Their “green hotels” are using natural resources in environmentally-friendly ways. That’s great news right? I hope we can go there to visit the place, avail of their great package and experience the beauty of Hawaii.
This is where we spent Father’s Day last weekend. Paul, Lance and I and some of our relatives drove to the Highlands last Sunday for a well deserved out of town trip. We’re glad that the weather was nice when we were there. Even if it’s not cold, at least it’s not raining or it’s not too hot.
We rode the cable car and the funicular and had lunch at the sports center. Lance was so alive and happy. You can see from his eyes that he’s enjoying. He behaved when we’re at the cable car, and was just laughing when we’re at the funicular. That was also the first time he walked on the ground. He just walks lang kasi in his crib. And boy did he enjoy walking. When we carried him na, he keeps on kicking his legs and wants to walk again. Hehe! I hope he’ll learn to walk before he turns 1.
Lance really enjoys going out, may it be at the mall, or anywhere, as long as it’s outside the house. He doesn’t get hungry nor sleepy whenever we’re out. Unlike when he’s at home, he often asks for milk or wants to be fed every hour. Maybe because he likes exploring and is curious with everything he sees. I often tell Paul, feeling ko lalaking lakwatsero si Lance. Hehe!
We stayed there till 4pm and drove back to manila. It was one fun day for all of us! Happy Father's Day honey! Thanks for being a great dad to Lance! Happy Father's Day also to my dad and to my FIL. Thank you too! Love you all!
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I wish I'll be able to see more of the Philippines in the future, our country is beautiful, rich in natural resources kaya it is really worth visiting. Hayy.. kelan kaya?
My Lakbayan grade is C-!
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We had a simple celebration lang. Had a sumptuous dinner at Nielsen’s at Manila Pen .We were there at 6:30pm and left late na. We were laughing at ourselves nga because we were the first customer there tapos we were one of the few who left late na. We really had a great time. Sarap ng dinner, there are a lot of food to choose from tapos buffet pa. We can hardly stand when we finished eating. :) Thanks honey!
Thank you also for the 2 blissful years of marriage. We may not be together physically during those two years but even if you’re far; you continue to show your love to me, and now to Lance. Looking forward to more fruitful years together. I love you! :)
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Cool no! I bought the black shirt for me and my brother.
Upon seeing the school, can’t help but remember the times when I was still in college; the campus, the math lectures, the exams, the famous OTs and all those stuff. I had a wonderful college life. Full of memories to treasure, met real friends and learned a lot. I’m glad I studied in Mapua. :)
There were just 2 of us from college that was able to go to the baptism. Hirap ng magkakalayo na yung house. Before, we used to meet as often as we can. But since we all have our own families na, seldom do we meet na. One reason is that we live far apart from one another and another reason is that we have our own families to attend to. During the baptism, we decided to meet again for dinner, sana soon because I miss hanging out with them. :)
But I still encourage you to watch this because it’s good, it’s entertaining and even if it runs for three hours, you won’t notice it kaya sulit! It’s worth watching!
Oh btw, they have some scenes after the credits so finish the credits before leaving the theater. :)
Lance fell from the bed again last weekend. I was at the other room talking to my sister when it happened. The last time I checked on Lance, he was still asleep. Then my tita went to my sister’s room and called me because she saw Lance on the floor. When I went to the room there he was sitting on the floor and almost under the bed. Then I saw his Barney stuff toy (it was given by my sister as baptismal gift) on the floor too. I think that’s where Lance fell first before landing on the floor that’s why he did not cry. He was just there sitting, not realizing what happened to him. After I picked him up, we were all worried because he might have hurt himself from the fall but he began smiling and kicking once he saw all of us checking on him. So I guess he’s ok. Hehe!
I don’t normally put this huge Barney stuff toy on our bed. One reason is that, I’m not really fond of Barney and another is that, since it’s big, Lance might get scared of it. Lolz!! But thanks to Barney, he “caught” Lance from his fall. :)
On our way home, Lance fell asleep at the car so we decided to go to Blue Wave at Marquinton since it’s near our house. Upon reaching marquinton, we can’t find anything special about the place and the mall is kinda hot so we decided to leave again and transfer to another mall so that Lance will continue with his sleep. Don’t want to go home yet because I don’t want to turn on the ac at our house that early. Nagtitipid sa kuryente! Hehe!
We then went to Robinsons Metro East which is also near our place and stayed there till 5:30pm. Good thing we went there too because Paul was able to buy a pair of pants that he was supposed to buy at Mega Mall.
The highlight of our mall hopping yesterday was when Lance pooped at Mega Mall. The nearest rest room available does not have a diaper changing table at the ladies room. They have one at the men’s room so there’s no choice but to have Lance cleaned up by Paul. I just gave him the stuff he needs to clean Lance and he went to the rest room. Ate Rose and I were just standing at the door and looking at them. Paul did a pretty good job but towards the end, Lance was crying na so the janitor at the men’s rest room asked me to come inside to pacify him. The changing table is just right at the door kaya it’s ok to go inside. Paul was almost done then so I just put on Lance’s diaper and left. Hehe! That was really one funny experience! :)
enjoying mall hopping
Shrek was one funny movie, Paul and I were both laughing so hard inside the theater. Shrek, Donkey and all other characters were really funny. What’s good about this movie is that they also have values and not just plain comedy. I like the part when Arthur talked to the people of Far Far Away and also when Fiona and all the other princesses helped one another to fight Prince Charming. If you want to relax and have fun while watching a movie, Shrek is a must-see for you.
After seeing Shrek on Monday, Paul and I, with my sister and cousin watched Oceans 13 last Wednesday. Di naman kami excited, first screening day pa lang we watched na. hehe! Anyway, this is also a must-see. Not only is it a good movie but it also has good looking actors in it. Hehe! I won’t tell you yet why I like this movie because some of you may not have seen it yet. It also is a must-see. ;)
We haven’t seen Pirates of the Carribean yet and we’re hoping to see it this week, Paul also wants to watch Mr. Bean so we might watch it this week also. I’m really glad Paul is here now. I get to watch movies on the big screen and not on DVD only. :)
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Jaden was so cute in her dress and was not shy to dance in front of everyone. She even showed me her version of “beautiful eyes”. Lance on the other hand is not in the mood to smile and just wants to be carried lang. Good thing though he did not cry especially when the mascot arrived. Kinda funny lang coz I didn’t know that Mcdo has a new Ronald McDonald mascot. As in mascot na siya and di na yung tao talaga. The mascot is also a soft version of Ronald McDonald. I guess they changed because some children are scared of Ronald because he looks like a clown whereas this new mascot is not really scary. Patawa pa nga yung itsura eh.
The party was short but it was fun. You can see from Jaden that she’s happy and that really enjoyed her party. Even us adults enjoyed it too! Happy birthday Jaden!
Paul will be staying for good until he finds a new job. And that’s what makes us worry. Paul is earning much more than I do. What I earn is just a small percentage of his salary (hehe! Poor me!) What happened in Taiwan is that the Labor office there did not grant him an extension to his work permit even if his contract is until 2010. His work permit is valid only until last week, May 31 to be exact and he found out about it just a week before the 31st. So he has to go and pack his things. The company just gave him a few months salary as separation pay.
Good thing though, some clients (of his previous employer) expressed interest on hiring him and there are friends who knows some companies in need of engineers. So we’re hoping and praying that one of them will get him. We trust in God’s love and mercy and we know that He will not forsake us. For the mean time, while waiting for a job, Paul is enjoying being a stay-at-home-dad.
Last night, I took the MRT going to Guadalupe. If you don’t know yet, a portion of the train is for ladies and elderly only, so I took that train. What made me furious is that when we got to cubao station, there were quite a number of people who rode that train and there’s this girl, wearing a short skirt, having glitters all over her body and sitting as if there’s no one beside her. She just doesn’t move even if the passenger beside her can hardly sit. She moved a little but still not enough for the passenger to sit comfortably.
And you know what else she did? She opened her bag, comb her hair and put on a clip. After that, she opened her bag again, took out her mirror and admired herself. And then again opened her bag and this time, she took out a lotion and applied it on her arms and on her legs. Yup even on her legs! What the @#$@? Go to the washroom girl!
I was seated across her that’s why I saw everything. Haayyy.. why are some people like that? Why can’t some people do stuff on the right place and why are some people don’t have good manners? Sigh…