Thursday, January 24, 2008

All those who belive in ME

I am God. Today I will be handling all of your problems. Please remember that I do not need your help. If the devil happens to deliver a situation to you that you cannot handle, do not attempt to resolve. Kindly put in the SFJTD (something for Jesus to do) box. It will be addressed in my time, not yours. Once the matter is placed into the box, do not hold on to it or remove it. Once the matter is placed into the box, do not hold on to it or remove it. Holding on or removal will delay the resolution of your problem. If it is a situation that you think you are capable of handling, please consult me in prayer to be sure that it is proper resolution. Remember, I do not sleep, nor do I slumber. There is no need for you to lose any sleep. Rest my child. If you need to contact me, I am only a prayer away.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Daily life in Philippines

One of the possible locations to meet the people of the Philippines and to discover parts of the daily life of many Filipinos, is the market. The local markets in a big city or regional town are most of the time crowded and colourful. The sellers, young or older, will welcome foreigners in their stall.

They are always prepared for a friendly talk, even if you don't buy.

The Philippines is one of the developing countries where the sellers don't molest a foreigner in

an attempt to sell. Most of the Filipinos speak English rather good, so,

communication is not a problem.

Monday, October 29, 2007


Success, whether measured in business, family or love, is often determined by the "right" attitude. Unfortunately, maintaining that proper frame of mind, a positive attitude, isn't always easy. Sometimes, in spite of our best efforts, Life just seems intent on bringing us down.

Inspiration, however, is rarely far away - if we are but willing to look for it.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Hubby's birthday greetings from the Philippines

Today is my hubby's birthday..

Also St.Andrew Catholic Church Sheldon road

Honey for you......Together forever,down lives long road through hilla and mountains,valleys and seas will cross any obstacles united will be. The LOVE that we have is patient and kind, alove that will last for all of time. Together now as husband and wife hand in hand for the rest of our life.

Text from the is your birthday wishing you the best of everything,more power,normal health and happiness forever.Love Mom G

Uncle, happy Oct. 28 alwayz! Maligayang kaarawan po sa inyo! maraming manok ha ha ha....from your loving niece LAdies & Gentlemen,nephew Conrad ROi

Hi Dad Happy Birthday! how young are you now..ageless,always glamorous dad! your daughter,crystel

Bro,looks the same never grow old..Happy disposition always..many happiness returns of the days.Bro MArc.

Thursday, October 25, 2007


Buhay sa abroad ng Isang Pinoy
Akala ng mga tao kapag nasa America ka
akala nila madami ka ng pera. Ang
totoo, madami kang utang, dahil credit
card lahat ang gamit mo sa pagbili mo
ng mga gamit mo.Kailangan mo gumamit
ng credit
card para magka-credit history ka,
kase pag hindi ka umutang o wala kang
utang, hindi ka pagkakatiwalaan. Pag
wala kang credit card, ibig sabihin
wala kang kapasidad magbayad.

Aka la nila mayaman ka na kase may
kotse ka na. Ang totoo, kapag hindi ka
bumili ng kotse maglalaka d ka ng
milya-milya sa ilalim ng init ng araw
o kaya sa snow. Walang
jeepney,tr icycle o padyak sa ibang
Ak ala nila masarap ang buhay dito sa
ibang bansa. Ang totoo, puro ka
trabaho kase pag di ka nagtrabaho,
wala kang pangbayad ng bills mo sa
kotse, credit
card, ilaw, tubig, insurance,bahay
a t iba pa. Hindi ka na pwedeng
tumambay sa kapitbahay kse busy din
sila maghanap buhay pangbayad ng bills
Ak ala nila masaya ka kase nagpadala ka
ng picture mo sa Disney, Seaworld,Six
Flag s,Universal Studios at iba
pang attractions. Ang totoo,kailangan
m o ngumiti kase nagbayad ka ng
$70+para makarating ka dun, kailangan
mo na namn ang 10 hours na sweldo mong
pinangbayad sa ticket.

Akala nila malaki na ang kinikita mo
kase dolyar na sweldo mo. Ang
totoo,malaki pagpinalit mo ng peso,
pero dolyar din ang gastos mo sa ibang
bansa.Ibig sabihin ang dolyar mong
kinita sa presyong dolyar mo din
gagastusin.An g P15.00 na sardinas sa
Pilipinas $
1.00 sa America, ang upa mo sa bahay
na P 10,000 sa pilipinas, sa America

Akala nila buhay milyonaryo ka na
kase ang ganda ng bahay at kotse
mo.Ang totoo milyon ang utang mo. Ang
bago mong kotse 5 taon mong huhulugan.
Ang bahay 30 taon mong huhulugan. Ibig
sa bihin, alipin ka ng bahay at kotse

Madaming naghahangad na makarating sa
America. Lalo na mga nurses, mahirap
maging normal na manggagawa sa
Pilipinas.Mada las pagod ka sa trabaho.
Pag dating ng sweldo mo,
kulang pa sa pagkain mo. Pero ganun
din sa ibang bansa katulad ng
America.Hindi ibig sabihin dolyar na
ang sweldo mo, yayaman ka na,
kailangan mo ding magbanat ng buto
para mabuhay ka sa ibang bansa. Isang
malaking sakripisyo ang pag alis mo sa
pin agsilangan at malungkot iwanan ang
mga mahal mo sa buhay.Hindi pinupulot
ang pera dito o pinipitas. Hindi ako
naninira ng pangarap, gusto ko lang
buksan ang bintana ng katotohanan

माय Treasure

I look back on these years
To see how far I've come and grown,
I take a trip down memory lane,
And what I see has shown ...

That every step I've taken,
You have been there by my side ...
From infancy to adulthood,
We've stood the test of time.

You cradled me and nurtured me,
Through all these many years;
You held me and did comfort me,
Through happiness and tears.

You'd pick me up when I would fall,
You'd dust me off and then,
Encourage me to get back on
That horse and ride again.

Your constant care and loving,
And your warm inviting heart,
Has always been a treasure that
I knew would n'er depart.

If I could be "just half" the person
You have been to me ...
Then you have taught me well dear mom,
For in my heart I see ...

A woman whose most gentle soul,
Embraces me each day ...
A woman whom I dearly love,
Much more than words can say.

Friday, October 5, 2007

Manny Pacquaio.....

October 6, 2007 is another day for Pacquiao fans to debate and possibly celebrate if the Pambansang Kamao will win over Marco Antonio Barerra. Of course, everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, will stop, take a break and turn their t.v. sets on just to see Manny fight. Fact is, I’m not a fan, but of course, as the nation’s pride in the realm of boxing, I cannot help but be awed in him as well.

In recent years, boxing has had a firm hold on us Pinoys that even choosing who will sing our national anthem for boxing fights has become such a troublesome affair. Hopefully, Kyla will not screw this one like what Christian Bautista did on the Penalosa fight just a month ago. I mean, missing out several important lines from the Lupang Hinirang is such a terrible, terrible mistake. And I have to say, I pity Christian Bautista for his tarnished rep.

Boxing has become the national recess and Manny has become the country’s scapegoat from everything, especially political turmoil and economic crisis. People momentarily forget their troubles when they see Manny fight; it’s like they are one with him whenever he goes inside the ring to put his opponent down. Boxing or, rather, punching is what appeals to most of us, I think. It’s a tension releasing mechanism aimed at concentrating your anger to hurt your enemy. I think that sounds logical, right? You’re mad at someone, so you punch him and that makes you feel better. For us worried Pinoys, the ‘enemy’ isn’t Mexico or any boxer Manny is in the ring with: it’s personal battles.
Lately, we have so many controversy hounding up the Senate: ZTE, the re-opened Hello Garci, the still unresolved Extrajudicial Killings and stuff. And just a week ago, an international controversy about Desperate Housewives’ racial slur against Filipino doctors has surfaced.

Lately, we have so many controversy hounding up the Senate: ZTE, the re-opened Hello Garci, the still unresolved Extrajudicial Killings and stuff. And just a week ago, an international controversy about Desperate Housewives’ racial slur against Filipino doctors has surfaced.

We’ve been named Most Corrupt, then we have Malu Hernandez’s remark against the OFWs and now this? With all of these stuff going on, who wouldn’t want a break?
So Manny, if you have the time to read this, please do your best. Do not let us down. Selfish as I may sound, we need entertainment and distraction more than your win. Winning for the country is good, it’s awfully commendable, but please consider our dire plea for much needed sanity.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007


No one is ever born into Life alone. Everyone has shared the bond of family, at least at birth, and for many people it is a bond that will follow them throughout life. For many people it is the most important bond of all

Meaning of different flowers

The historic meanings of flowers

Alstroemeria Aspiring
Amaryllis Dramatic
Anemone Fragile
Apple Blossom Promise
Aster Contentment
Azalea Abundance
Baby's Breath Festivity
Bachelor Button Anticipation
Begonia Deep thoughts
Black-Eyed Susan Encouragement
Camellia Graciousness

Pink Gratitude
Red Flashy
Striped Refusal
White Remembrance
Yellow Cheerful

Bronze Excitement
White Truth
Red Sharing
Yellow Secret admirer
Cosmos Peaceful
Crocus Foresight
Daffodil Chivalry
Delphinium Boldness
Daisy Innocence
Freesia Spirited
Forget-Me-Not Remember me forever
Gardenia Joy
Geranium Comfort
Ginger Proud
Gladiolus Strength of character
Heather Solitude
Hibiscus Delicate beauty
Holly Domestic happiness
Hyacinth Sincerity
Hydrangea Perseverance
Iris Inspiration
Ivy Fidelity
Jasmine Grace and elegance
Larkspur Beautiful spirit
Lavender Distrust
Lilac First love

Calla Regal
Casablanca Celebration
Day Enthusiasm
Stargazer Ambition
Lisianthus Calming
Magnolia Dignity
Marigold Desire for riches
Nasturtium Patriotism
Orange Blossom Fertility
Orchid Delicate beauty
Pansy Loving thoughts
Passion flower Passion
Peony Healing
Poppy Consolation
Queen Anne's Lace Delicate femininity
Ranunculus Radiant
Rhododendron Beware

Pink Friendship
Red Passionate love
Red & white Unity
White Purity
Yellow Zealous
Snapdragon Presumptuous
Star of Bethlehem Hope
Stephanotis Good luck
Statice Success
Sunflower Adoration
Sweetpea Shyness
Tuberose Pleasure

Pink Caring
Purple Royalty
Red Declaration of love
White Forgiveness
Yellow Hopelessly in love
Violet Faithfulness
Wisteria Steadfast
Yarrow Good health
Zinnia Thoughts of friends

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

What is a friend

This word was actually harder to define than I thought it would be. To get started, I checked the dictionary that stated a friend is "a person who knows and likes another, a person who favours and supports and a person who belongs to the same side or group."

By those definitions I have hundreds, maybe thousands, of friends, but I truly believe it goes beyond these definitions. A friend must do much more than like you. To me, a friend is someone who knows all about you and likes you anyway. Being a friend means more than recognizing that no one is perfect, it means accepting it.

I, like most people, have many flaws. My true friends not only tolerate these weaknesses but also love me because of them. They either help me see them myself without dwelling on them or they even help me to overcome some of these weaknesses. A friend is someone who doesn't ask you to change but helps you to grow.

The most important quality a friend can demonstrate is loyalty. This means standing by you when the going gets a little rough, not just in the good times. It means standing up for you at all times, not letting others demean you in any way, and never taking advantage of you or treating you badly.

Being supportive is yet another important quality in a friendship. This means cheering for you when things go your way, and being there during the bad times. Good friends allow you to make mistakes that you can learn from and forgive you for them. Loyalty, support, honesty and acceptance are so important to me that I would rather have 5 friends that fit my definition as opposed to 1000 "friends" that fit the dictionary definition.

Unlike family, we choose our friends. If your "friends" aren't all of the things that are important to you, then you should ask yourself why you are calling them a friend.