Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Final Examination

Today is my son’s second day of final examination. I am not nervous because I know he studied his lessons very well, so I know he would make it again. I am not expecting him to be on top, but hoping not on the last. Anyhow, today is my nephew’s 6th birthday. We were informed that they will have a little party at their home, but we can’t go because of my son’s final examination. I wish their home is close to us, unfortunately, they are far from us. So, probably, we will visit them if it is school vacation already. I have not seen my nephew and niece for a while now. If I could remember it correctly, the last time they came and slept over was in September last year. Gladly, their mother has a Facebook account. I can still see them through photos on Facebook.




To my son, good luck on your final exams. I trust you my son. I know you can make it again. And to my chubby, cutiepie nephew, Happy, Happy Birthday to you. May you have many more cakes to slice and ice cream to lick. I miss you my little ones.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Working Out of the House

I was so busy these past few days. Uh! Oh! It was not with my online work. I have temporary work from the outside world of blogging. I am helping a European National friend on his problem regarding the investment he made here in Davao City four years ago. As of this moment, we already have an advice from a lawyer, so we are now trying to get some legal papers or documents that we needed to pursue this matter to the court.

It has been a long time now since I work outside our home, and I was a little uneasy because I usually took a morning nap after my son goes to school. However, this time, I can’t took a morning nap because I have to pick up my friend from the place he stayed and then we off to the places where we needed to go. I hope, and I wish that my friend will get a positive result in this case. It is so shameful that there is a foreigner who became a victim of fraud, or swindling from a Filipina, who happens to be a resident of Davao City.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Watch What You Ingest

Some drinks start as fruits on trees, some as leafy plants on the ground, while others course through limestone below the ground. The most important beverage, of all, is water. Without it, people have only days to live it. It is a lubricant. It regulates metabolism and controls body temperature. It moves things around, from joints to food through the digestive system. It’s calorie-free and readily available at almost everyone’s fingertips. It is important to consider what we drink as part of green lifestyle decision-making.

Anyhow, I hope you all have a great weekend today, and tomorrow is another day for our lives. Good evening/morning everyone.


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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

A Happy Mom for Her Son

Hey guys! A pleasant good morning to all of you. I woke up a little late today because the alarm clock was not working. I have checked it when I saw the light from the window, and it was 5:45 in the morning already. I usually wake up around 4:45 A.M. and got up from the bed minutes later. When I saw the time, I hurriedly got up and headed to the kitchen right away. Luckily, I will only cook rice for I already cook the chicken pork adobo last night, and I will just heat it in the microwave for my son’s lunch box.


This was on his Confirmation Rites at Saint Paul Church.


Confirmation Rites



And this afternoon, I will go to my son’s school again just to check and see his class record or class card. I know my son is not really a “genius type” pupil, but at least his above average. And on Thursday, March 06 at 8:00 o’clock in the morning, all graduating students, including my son will have a baccalaureate mass at Saint Paul church. Time really flies so fast. It seems like only yesterday he was a kindergarten pupil, and now he is almost done with his primary education. Congratulations in advance my son. Mama is so proud of you.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Unexpected Blackout

Yesterday, we don’t have electricity. If I was not mistaken, the electric power died around 3:00 in the early dawn. Fortunately, my room has big windows on both sides so it was not hot while we were sleeping. I got up from the bed around 5:00 in the morning just to check if we have water because usually, if there is no electric, the water will be gone too. Well, when I checked the faucet, there was no water, so I went back to sleep. My son was asking why I didn't wake him up. I told him, there were no water and no electric so how can I prepare his food. So he went back to bed as well, and didn't go to school.

I thought the brownout was only here in our place, but I have learned or heard from the news that the whole Mindanao region had no electric power, and the government authority didn’t know the cause of the power failure. The electric power came back in the afternoon, but it was just a couple of minutes, and then it died again, and it came back around 8:30 in the evening. Huh! It was indeed a long blackout, and the bad thing was; we didn't receive any advisory from the electric company.