Monday, April 21, 2014

I love you, Mishah...

“Not the least hard thing to bear when they go from us, these quiet friends, is that they carry away with them so many years of our own lives.” 

~John Galsworthy~




It's been two years now, exactly...but It seems just  like only yesterday. Pain is still here but not so much like before becos the pain of losing you is outweighed by the love and joys you have  given  us...you made us more human. You taught us how to love more...care more and accept things more.

You will never leave us with those memories you've left  behind. You will forever be alive in our hearts specially to me... I LOVE YOU FOREVER... 

Saturday, April 19, 2014

The Power of God's love is in us...



Note:  Thanks to the owner of this song and the  vid itself.

Friday, April 18, 2014

Thursday, April 3, 2014

When HE says yes...no one can say NO!

I am inspired by this Picoult line... when God says yes...no one can ever say no 




I still can vividly remember how I got hold of a book by Jodie Picoult, and it was my very first book she authored..."Handle with Care" and I couldn't afford to just go without me having that copy. I read the back cover where a short glimpse of the whole story is written. After reading that book... I crave for more of Picoult ....

 Her books are highly recommended for someone like me who loves to read, and am sure again that you will never get tired of her and her novels... plus your shelves won't be complete without you adding some Picoult on it. 

I am halfway done reading Keeping Faith and I just got a new book again given by my son who instead of me giving him a gift on his birthday...it turned out to be the other way around. He let me choose from bulks of books on the shelves and I have but one author in mind... Picoult... 
To my Arvin, belated HBD  and I wish you all the luck in this world...Thank you for the gift, I truly treasure our friendship and the mother-son-thingy. I love you to no end. 






Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Time out!


Unless it's a good joke there's nothing to worry about. Let's enjoy first and be a little funny and crazy. This is one day where we can share and spend some time out kindheartedly in spite of the grueling days of busy work in the office or even at home.  Anyone can crack a joke and make fun but... be sure it's nothing but mere light jokes to be enjoyed and not to severe others. Some pranks are harsh and some are just being funny. Just blame yourself if one friend shun you for a few days for your not-a-nice-prank...letting her skid on banana peel. Ooops, not that silly one please, you will surely get a sharp stare after that prank. If it hurts then think of another one that will throw you both in laughter.

So, good luck!

If someone wants to be a part of your life, he surely will make an effort to do so...even if you're ~halfway around the planet~ !!!

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Just getting it off their chest...

The Aquino administration is receiving negative reactions from social media due to the voices of enormous Yolanda victims airing their true sentiments  on how they act a bit slow distributing the foreign aids after the violent Yolanda left the Philippines. Been days of thirst and hunger, cold and many got sick' old and children alike...and many cadaver still lying there without proper-handling of the casualties.  It's all over the news and am sure you or we are all updated to what's happening to ill-stricken provinces specially the hardest hit city of Tacloban. On my FB page I saw and read one post advising people not to judge the administration swiftly since that person saw a particular team working hard to help the victims in Tacloban for that day he took his family out of that devastated province. This urged me to write what I thought's more right. Having seen what he saw doesn't equate to what is really happening everywhere. So let's give their chance ... no gagging, no covering-ups please...let all these criticisms be heard for the betterment of our country's immediate action in time of crises.

let's respect people who's now shouting out their grievances as long as they don't go overboard and incite extreme harshness against the government since they have the right to be heard also, specially those who are in battered areas and who've lost their loved ones. elected officials are there to serve and help at their utmost capacity. we are just silently observing their actions, and this latest horrific-devastation gave people enough courage to speak their minds and so, let their woes be heard...

let **some** government officials receive all the flaks they deserve... they should all be under the scrutiny of the people who put them all in power.

PS/The mysterious 10 billion php Napoles  empire proves for the nth time that there are really this honcho-connivances and wrong-doings in our government. 


If no one will criticize, then who will...and when...?! Let it be fair and square...

Standing sentinel...after the devastation



The 88-foot pine or "the miracle tree" that has been artificially restored.
The only tree that survived the 2011 tsunami in Japan ( Iwate prefecture)
The only tree that survived Yolanda in Hernani, Eastern Samar, PH

**Photo by Franz Lopez/Rappler**