Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Can't help to fall in love with Firmoo

It's here! I was surprised when I got the packaged today! From the posts of other bloggers who also got their firmoo eye wear, they got theirs in just 15 days! Well, I got mine for less than 15 days! I was surprised when I open our gate that a mailman was there and ask if the one the packaged is for is me. Yes, told him that's me. Why? He told me I got a packaged from China. I was hesitant because I thought the packaged I am expecting is coming from New York but then again the one that I e-mailed with has a Chinese Name so I just received the packaged.

Hmm.. Maybe they have lots of branches and their branch in Asia is in China and it's near in the Philippines.

The mailman told me that I have to pay PHP 40 and signed the form. It's Ok. I thought I have to go to the postal office to get the packaged but it's delivered on our house, so it's Ok and I kind of expecting I still have to pay some charges in our postal office. 

Here's my loot!

I love them! You can have your own too if you are a blogger or if not, you can order one! It's affordable and you will get one free for first time clients.

Friday, June 22, 2012

Got Firmoo?

  • My sister told me and my cousin that firmoo is giving bloggers free eyeglasses and shipping in exchange for a link on your website. I was putting it off for days until I checked it out. I must say that their products are spiffing beautiful! I fell in love with lot's of their products and I e-mailed firmoo that link on my sites are live and wrote to him the eye glasses that I want! Yes, I can have three! Apparently it's one eyeglass per website!

It's like manna from heaven! So, fellow bloggers check out firmoo --->> look at the side part on my blog, It's there! Just e-mail if you have any inquiries.

You can even have prescription eye glasses if you want. I think it would even be great to give them as a gift to others. Their products are way too beautiful and on the plus side it's affordable! It's no wonder they have lots of fans and they are growing each day.

Right now, I just got an e-mail that it's on it's way here. Yay! So, excited to received my package from Firmoo.

Thank You, Firmoo!

Sunday, June 17, 2012


Here in the Philippines, we celebrate Father's Day on the third Sunday of June, and today June 17, 2012 is Father's Day! To all the Father's out there, Happy Dad's Day!

I don't know why but I think I can count on my hand the number of times I told my Dad that I love him face to face. I Love my Dad very much but I can't  or don't tell him much that I love him. Maybe, it's too mushy for moi? I'm not such a hugger or way too sweet on my family. I just show them that I care for them like cooking or taking care of them -- chimay in other words!

So, on this very special day I would say it here, Papa, I Love You! :) I don't know why it is so hard to say it but I really, really do love you a lot. Thank you for taking care of us. You are the number one guy in my heart and would always be! Please stop smoking! It's bad for your health! :)

Aside from my Dad, to my uncle's who has been a surrogate Father to me and my siblings, Thank You for loving and taking care of us. Happy Father's Day!

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

How to unsubscribe to Binbit?

I didn't know that binbit is such a leech that would eat your load balance per day! I just shrug it off whenever I received a text message from binbit, whenever I load my mobile phone I usually received a message from bitbit, stating that I have I earned 2 credits and will be receiving a link to download contents. I just thought that it must be free. Then I found out that it's eating my load because when I tried to call or forward a load to my other phone I have insufficient balance and it just made me wonder that how come I suddenly have no balance when I just loaded and BOOM! It hit me that the culprit is binbit!!! 

I found out that a lot of people from many countries has been victimized by the binbit scam.

This fake service will first lure you to to convert your ordinary mobile phone into an xray scanner, or if you play a game on some website then asked for your mobile number to get your score. User will unsuspectingly enter their mobile phone number out of curiosity, saying that they just want to try it since entering your mobile phone number is free.

And we gullible user/subscriber will enter their mobile number just to see what will happen out of curiosity. It's free anyway!

Well, that's what we thought at first. Until our load is deducted with 10 pesos per day, yes, ten pesos!!!

This scam has been become popular on many countries, and our country Philippines is one of the place where this crime is happening.

How to unsubscribe from binbit here in the Philippines?

Just type STOP BIN then send to 2474. (Smart, TM, SUN and Globe)

*you must have atleast PHP 10.00 or below 10 to unsubscribe from binbit

*after sending it you would received a message  "You are no longer subscribed to the CLUB BINBIT subscription service. This message is free. To subscribe again, text ON BIN to 2474 P10/day."

*This method is for the Philippines only. If you didn't succeed the first time, just repeat until you receive a confirmation which usually takes up to 24 hours.

*If you happen to know how to unsubscribe to your own country, kindly share on the comment below.

They have this website but it offers no help at all, it's a total useless! Here's what they said when you are on their final Unsubscribe page:

How do I unsubscribe?

Even if incoming messages (texts) are erased from your mobile phone, the service will continue to be active and therefore the messages will be charged to you; should you want to unsubscribe this service, you must send an SMS with the STOP keyword to the same number you joined the service.

Do not hesitate to contact us during your subscription’s validity. We will gladly assist you.

That is so darn useless guys! Just follow the method that I did! Lesson learned from today, "Never ever give your mobile phone number to website or games on the net!" Don't be gullible like me! :) Think before you click! :)

Monday, February 06, 2012

PACMAN as bible ambassador

The influential Catholic church in the Philippines had asked boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao to follow in the footsteps of NFL hero Tim Tebow and become a "bible ambassador".

Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, who presides over the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines' (CBCP) bible ministry, said church leaders had approached Pacquiao with the idea, but received no feedback from the 32-year-old fighter.

"We asked him to partner with us in promoting the reading of the Bible among Catholics," David told reporters.

"We told him: 'You would be a big help to us brother Manny', but he has not pledged his partnership yet."

He said Pacquiao could follow the example of the Philippine-born National Football League star Tebow, a devout Christian dubbed by some in the press as "God's quarterback."

"Tim Tebow became very popular by promoting the word of God," David said. "Some have referred to Manny Pacquiao as the Tim Tebow of the Philippines."

Tebow, born in Manila in 1987 to a Baptist missionary couple, has emerged as America's hottest football star with his come-from-behind heroics for the Broncos.

Tebow has been very vocal about his Christianity and recently pledged to help fund a $3 million hospital in the southern Philippines.

Pacquiao is regarded as one of the greatest boxers in history, amassing a 54-3 win-loss record with two drawn bouts. He holds a record eight world titles in as many weight divisions.

Pacquiao, who is also a politician and recently elected to the Philippines' lower house of parliament, often cites God as the source of his success, and wears a rosary around his neck before and after his fights.

But the ultra-rich sportsman has not escaped intrigue, and reports of him womanising and gambling have become rich tabloid fodder.

In an interview with Philippine TV station ABS-CBN this month, Pacquiao said he had recently renewed his faith and given up vices following an "encounter with God" during a dream.

In the dream, Pacquiao said he found himself in a forest, where a bright light shone, believed to be God, asking the fighter why he was veering away from Him.

"I woke up crying. I remember I was crying in my dream and when I touched my pillow, it was wet," he said.

"If I had died last year or in the last two years, I'm sure I would have gone straight to hell. My faith in Him was there, 100 percent, but behind it, after prayers, I would still do evil things."

Pacquiao said he now immersed himself in Bible study and spent more time when not in training with wife Jinkee and his four children, according to ABS-CBN.

I don't know why they would think  Manny Pacquiao would be suited for that position. Boxing is a form of gambling, right? So, why make him the bible ambassador? Or maybe the church would just like him to be their poster boy?

I don't like to see actors, politicians and even TV hosts be seen on their charity works. If they are really doing it for charity then do it without making it into a news, do it even if there's no camera around. They are just making it all a sham!

Every time that  Manny Pacquiao  is on the ring I admire him whenever he prays before and after the game BUT on this matter I simply do not agree for him to be the bible ambassador. He and the church would just muck it up. They should just both acknowledge that yes, Pacquiao is religious, he loves GOD and he believes in him but that should just stop there.

If he is religious and he wants to change for the better then good for him. Just do it in silence and not on the limelight. It's just not too sincere if he does it in front of the camera.

CORONA's Trial

After a few days of watching the trial I got bored by it! The only time that made me awake was when Senator Santiago got mad at the prosecutors because they are not ready for the trial. After that it went dull again. Senator Miriam is one of my favorite senators because she is a strong woman and she would say whatever she like to say (and her pick up lines are the best! made me laugh). She did say she needs anger management and I hope she would learn to reel in her emotions because she has hypertension. Whenever I watch the trial, its not "who" would be the witness or what would happen today BUT the one thing that I would ask myself is -- is Senator Miriam Santiago in today? :) I just find the trial MORE interesting when she is there. :)

I always wait for Senator Lapid's turn to question the witness. He asks simple questions and it made me think that it may sound simple to some people and laugh it off, BUT we should all be reminded that some people may also want to know what he is asking.

This trial is too dragging! It's like I am watching a soap opera that has the same lines and it's just too much to take in! It's becoming more of a trial by publicity! After the trial, senators would be interviewed by reporters and highlights of the trial would be on the news. It's just that I am having enough of the trial.

I think they should take a week off. Give the prosecutors more time to gather more evidences to acquit Chief Justice Corona, and most of all to study and be more prepared during the trial.

That's it! I think I won't watch tomorrow.

Wednesday, February 01, 2012


What's the first thing that you would think of when the word February is uttered? Me, I think of red! Because when February comes, malls would be decked in red! Why is that? Well, Chinese New year would usually be celebrated on February (but this year it was celebrated last January 23rd) and Valentine's Day is the most famous day on February. Love is in the air, radios would play mushy songs and prices of flowers would be high! :)

To tell you the truth, I don't like the month of February, it's not because of Valentines day -- it's just that February is my birth month! And it only makes me remember that I'm not as young as I think I am! :)

When I was young I would always think that my aunts are way too queer to worry about age and not tell people how old they are. It's just number after all! BUT now, I understand perfectly how they felt! And this year I don't want to celebrate my birthday.. I am way too weird huh?!?

Monday, January 30, 2012

Must see Movie : THE VOW

This coming February there's this movie that I'm really looking forward to watch with my siblings.

The Vow is about a couple's relationship (who had been married for five years), put to a test when a car accident seriously injures Paige (Rachel McAdams) and places her in a coma. When she wakes up with severe memory loss, her husband Leo (Channing Tatum) works to win her heart again. However, despite his efforts to make his wife fall in love with him again, Paige doesn't recover her feelings for him. Leo's family and friends advise him to let go and move on with his life.

During an interview on Live! with Kelly, McAdams revealed that the film is based on a real life couple, Kim and Krickitt Carpenter. The wife, Krickitt, never regained her memory, but the couple are still married and have two children.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

17th Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

On Feb 9-12, 2012 colorful hot air balloons will fill the landscape at Clark Air Field in Pampanga during the launch of the 17th Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta.

The annual festival, which runs from February 9 to 12, features 26 hot air balloons and a variety of aerial exhibitions from planes to kites.


February 9 Thursday (First Fiesta Day)

5:00-5:45 am – Philippine Jump Flag
5:50-6:00 am – PAF High Speed Opener and SF260 Fly By
5:45-7:00 am – Hot Air Balloon flight
5:45-7:30 am – RP / Malaysian / Spain/Australia Paragliding Exhibition
7:30-8:30 am – ACFC Ultralight / Microlight Aircraft Formation Flights and Flour Bombing
8:30-9:00 am – Meynard Halili Aerobatic Show
9:00-9:30 am – AFP/PNP/Brunei/Malaysia Sky Diving Exhibition
9:30-9:45 am – Radio-controlled model aircraft demonstration
9:45-10:00am – USAF F16 Flight Demo
10:00-11:30 am – AOPA-P Light aircraft balloon bursting competition
11:30-12:00 nn – KAP / KTP Kite Flying Exhibition
12:00-12:30 pm – Airlink / WCC / Omni /Aviators/ Alpha flyby
12:30-1:00 pm – Radio-Controlled Model Aircraft Demo
1:00-1:30 pm – Skydiving and Tandem jumping Exhibition
1:30-2:00 pm – Ultralight Flour bombing demonstration
2:00-3:00 pm – AOPA-P Light aircraft balloon bursting competition
3:00-3:30 pm – FEATI/PHILSCA Rocketry Demonstration
4:00-4:30 pm – Philippine Air Force Silent Drill and SPOW Bomb Sniffing Dog Exhibition
3:30-4:00 pm – ACFC Ultralight/Microlight aircraft formation flights
4:30-5:00 pm – Meynard Halili Aerobatic Show
5:00-5:30 pm – RP / Malaysian / Spain/Australia Paragliding exhibition
5:30-6:00 pm – Hot Air Balloon Fly-In

February 10 Friday (Second Fiesta Day)

5:00-5:45 am – Philippine Flag jump
5:45-7:00 am – Hot Air Balloon Flights
7:00-7:30 am – RP / Malaysian / Spain/Australia Paragliding Exhibition
7:30-8:00 am – ACFC Ultralight/Microlight Aircraft Formation Flights and Flour Bombing
8:30-9:00 am – Meynard Halili Aerobatic Show
9:00-9:30 am – Sky diving exhibition
9:30-10:00 am – Radio-Controlled Model Aircraft Demonstration
10:00-11:00 am – AOPA- P Light Aircraft Balloon Bursting Competition
11:00-11:30 am – KAP / KTP Kite flying exhibition
11:30-12:00 nn – WCC / Aviatours / Omni / Aviators/ Alpha/Leading Edge / flyby
12:00-1:00pm – German aerobatic glider flight
1:00-1:30 pm – Skydiving exhibition
1:30-2:00 pm – Jet Turbine Radio-controlled modeller demos
2:00-3:00 am – AOPA- P Light Aircraft Balloon Bursting Competition
3:00-3:30 pm – Car Drifting Display
3:30-4:00pm – FEATI/Philsca Rocketry demonstration
4:00-4:30 pm – ACFC Ultralight/Microlight Aircraft Formation Flights
4:30-5:00pm – Meynard Halili Aerobatic Show
5:00-5:30 pm – RP / Malaysian / Spain/Australia Paragliding Exhibition
5:30-6:00 pm – Hot Air Balloon Fly-In

February 11 Saturday (Third Fiesta Day)

5:00-5:45 am – Philippine Flag jump
5:45-7:00 am – Hot Air Balloon Flights
7:00-7:30 am – RP / Malaysian / Spain/Australia Paragliding Exhibition
7.30-8.00 am – ACFC Ultralight/Microlight aircraft formation flights and flour bombing
8:00-8:30 am – Tandem Skydiving exhibition
8:30-9:00 am – Turbine RC flying display
9:00-9:45 am – Meynard Halili Aerobatic Show
9:45-10:30 am – Helicopter flight display
10:30-11:00 am – Philippine Coast Guard Rescue Demonstration
11:00-12:00 am – PT13 Stearman / AOPA-P Flyby
12:00-12:30 pm – WCC / Aviatour / Omni / PPA / CIA / Orient / flyby
12:30-1:00 pm – Radio-Controlled model aircraft demonstration
1:00-1:30 pm – Winch-launched German aerobatic glider flight
1:30-2:00 pm – KAP / KTP Kite Flying Demonstration
2:00-2:45 pm – AOPA-P Light aircraft balloon bursting competition
2:45-3:15 pm – Skydiving Exhibition
3:15-3:45 pm – CIAC Fire-fighting demonstration
3:45-4:30 pm – Meynard Halili Aerobatic Show
4:00-4:30 pm – ACFC Ultralight / Microlight aircraft formation flights
4:30-5:00 pm – FEATI/Philsca Rocketry Demonstration
5:00-5:30 pm – RP/Malaysian/Spain/ Australia Paragliding Exhibition
5:30-6:00 pm – Hot Air Balloon Night Glow

February 12 Sunday (Fourth Fiesta Day)

5:20-5:30 am – Philippine Flag jump
5:30-7:00 am – Hot Air Balloon Flight
7:00-7:30 am – RP / Malaysian / Spain/ Australia Paragliding Exhibition
7:30-8:00 am – ACFC Ultralight / Microlight aircraft formation flights and flour bombing
8.00-8.30 am – Tandem Skydiving Exhibition
8:30-9:15 am – Meynard Halili / Aerobatic Show
9:15-10:00 am – Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Demo
10:00-11:00 am – Wings Over Asia / AOPA ? P Light Aircraft Balloon Bursting Competition
11:00-12:00 nn – CIAC Fire-Fighting Demonstration
12:00-12:30 nn – Radio-Controlled Model Aircraft Demonstration
12:30-1:00 pm – Car Drifting demonstration
1:00-1:30 pm – PT13/ WCC / Aviatour / Omni / Leading Edge/ Airlink flyby
1:30-2:30 pm – KAP / KTP Flying Exhibition
3:00-3:30pm – AFP / Civilian Skydiving Exhibition
3:30-4:00 pm – ACFC Ultralight / Microlight aircraft formation flights
4:00-4:15 pm – PT13 Stearman fly by
4:15-5:00 pm – Meynard Halili aerobatic Show
5:00-5:30 pm – RP / Malaysian / Spain/Australian Paragliding Exhibition
5:30- 7:30 pm – Hot Air Balloon Night Glow And Fireworks

Photo: by Mr. Christopher Briones

Sunday, January 15, 2012


2012, please be good to me. I really, really have a good vibes this year!

Last year, at the beginning of the year I had my hair permed. This year, I just greeted the year with a smile. I instead stop abusing my hair (for now, no rebounding or perming or have it dyed!).

The year started good for me, for starter, I have my own laptop! Yay! So, now I can focus my attention to blogging. But it went downhill from that. You must have noticed I don't post much anymore or blog hop it's because I have to babysit my nephew. His nanny won't be able to report to work in time so, it's up to me to take care of him. It's no issue because I would drop everything for my family and I love my niece and nephews to pieces and would do anything for them. So, for now, I won't be as active as I was last year-- there goes my hopes -- dashing it to pieces, my hopes of making my page rank higher. :(

But no worries. I am sure I'll be able to get my goals on par when the nanny/baby sitter is here. :)

So, note to self : just smile and don't be stress about it.

2012, remember the movie 2012 where the world ends? Well, I hope it would not happened and that the Mayans would not be that precise on their prediction. I still would want to get married [sad to say I still haven't found my other half. If you have anyone who knows a good male specimen, a human, and have a good character. I'm OK with a few dates ;)], bear children, have a family of my own. But with these prediction looming over us, one would have to mapped out their life, do things crazy stuff and make life more eventful this year, because we are doomed!

I leave it all to God. So, if anything happens, so be it! It's his will. We only live a borrowed time on this earth. BUT PLEASE, GOD, DON"T LET IT HAPPEN (that's what you can hear screaming in my head)  :) I am still young! :)

So, I am sure you are all with me. WELCOME 2012! Let's do crazy stuff this year! ;) hmmmm maybe I would ride a hot air balloon this Feb ;) Now, that is crazy and exciting! ;)

What crazy stuff are you up to this year?

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Update on the 3 pinoys that were arrested by the FBI's


Steve Angeles, ABS-CBN North America Bureau
January 12, 2012
LOS ANGELES–Since agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested Filipino nationals Sergio Santiago de Leon Skyjack, Cesar Paolo Inciong Ubaldo and Arjyl Revereza on charges of weapons smuggling, the Philippine consulate in Los Angeles has been watching the case.
Consular officials will be at the suspects’ next court appearance on February 6th, when they will be indicted.
“I will be monitoring that closely I will be attending that hearing also. There will be a grand jury at that session,” said Deputy Consul General Dan Espiritu.
Investigators claim that in 2010, FBI agents posed as members of a Mexican drug cartel and met with the group in the Philippines to buy about $50,000 worth of automatic assault rifles, grenade launchers, armor, and other military grade accessories.
The affidavit said Syjuco and Ubaldo were selling the weapons while Revereza was “a corrupt customs official that could deliver the weapons.”
The three Filipinos are charged with importing weapons without a license and face 20 years in prison if convicted.
The consulate has been in contact with the U.S. attorneys of the accused smugglers as well as their families in the Philippines.
Espiritu said, “Of course they’re very much concerned. They’re trying to see the blow-by-blow proceedings of the preparations that are going on but of course I could not discus this more extensively.”
The consulate met the accused on Tuesday at the Metropolitan Detention Center to check on their welfare while in prison.
“They’re doing well inside and secondly the other objective of the visit was to see if their rights as accused are protected and safeguarded. They’re now properly represented by their respective legal councils,” explained Espiritu.
The three men were arrested Thursday when they arrived in Los Angeles expecting to meet an undercover agent posing as a buyer from the Mexican drug cartel.
The American-made weapons have been seized by U.S. authorities since the shipment arrived in Long Beach last June.

Again, people, please refrain from cursing your own kababayan. Yes, they chose the wrong thing, they were blinded by money (but you have to admit that we all dream to have an easy life, free of worries, but we chose the hard way and long way and the honest way. These three Pinoy's chose the short way. It's a bad choice. But it's their choice, not ours.) 
I really find it in a bad taste that instead of being more compassionate to our fellow citizen some would hurl bad words, swear at them and laugh and say, "that's what you get for being a crook! Good luck on your jail life!"
I am not saying these just because I know one of them so, I feel sympathy for them. It's not that. I always feel these way when a fellow Filipino would be sentenced to jail or death in other country because they made the wrong choice, done illegal thing or broke the law in a foreign country. I always empathized with our OFW's. I simply look up to them. Life outside of our country is not a picnic in the park. Yes, they earn more than what we can earn in our country but they did it and work outside so that they can provide for their family.
These people may have done the wrong thing but they did it for their family. You have your own family, right? You would protect, love and care for them and do anything for them. These men are not that different from us. So, stop throwing stones at them. Let's just pray for them.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Be Safe!

Today is Friday and it's also the 13th day of the month. Some says that its a bad luck so better be careful on that day. Anyways, old people have these beliefs and we the younger generation just took it in stride. We even have movies pertaining on that day, and people die on that day.

I don't really believe in superstitions but I grew up in an environment that there are some things that you have simply to follow. I have no choice there, I am still young and the elders should be followed, and that being is my grandma. :)

A year ago my younger sister and her boyfriend took a vacation leave and went to our province but on the day that they we're supposed to go to Caramoan Island, Camarines Sur, our Mom forbid the to go out and guess what is the reason? Yes, it's because it's Friday the 13th! When I heard about it, yes, cruel me, I laughed at her. But if I were her I can't do nothing about it because even if I am old already I still have to follow my parents. It's just simply a sign of respect. So, my sis just reschedule their trip for another month and which does not have Friday the 13th! So, lesson learned, Don't go out on Friday the 13th or if you want to don't tell Mom!

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Let's have a look on Megan Fox New ad

"Transformers" star Megan Fox is the latest Hollywood celeb appearing in a foreign commercial wherein she puts her her sex appeal to work in this Brazilian foreign-language school CCAA. The ad is about a pair of teenage boys that were wash up on a remote island after a plane crash. They were greeted by Ms. fox and welcome them to "Megan Fox Island, and the whole island is full Megan Fox clones. It's every boy's dream, but the teens does not know how to speak in English thus cannot communicate with Megan. Megan sent them back to the sea and then turned up to another Island -- "Mike Tyson Island", and there's also various clones of Mike Tyson and the Island is not as nice as the previous one.

So, what better way for young Brazilian boys to learn English but on this school. :)

When I stumbled upon this video I find it funny, but I have to admit the ad is good.

Everyone should know English. I don't want to imposed on other people but yes, we should learn it so that we can be able to communicate with other different nation. Yes, one should love their own language but we have to be open minded that there are other races out there and if we go out and maybe go to other country, in order to communicate we have to know or have a good grasp of the English language.

Here in the Philippines, as early as grade school/primary level, English is taught. So, It's more fun here in the Philippines! Because anyone in the Philippines have the basic knowledge of the English knowledge, no communication barrel or whatsoever with the foreigners who would want to take a vacation here.

So, kudos to the ad! I like it :)

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

A Mother's Story

A Mother's story is about Medy (Pokwang), a make-up artist, who became an illegal immigrant in the United States to save the life of her infant daughter. The film deals with what OFW's go through in the United States. 


Medy (Pokwang), a make-up artist, was given the chance of a lifetime to accompany a concert star to the United States for a performance. She promised her family that she will return after a week. However, while in America, she stumbled upon a former classmate Helen (Beth Tamayo) who convinced her to stay for good in the land of milk and honey. She initially refused, but eventually gave in, when she got a call one night from her husband that they need a big amount of money to bring her youngest daughter to the hospital. America has not been the friendliest to her and our story begins with her coming home to Manila literally with nothing.

Medy’s two kids, King (Rayver Cruz) and Queenie (Xyriel Manabat) are now 19 and 7. King struggles with the return of his mother. Animosity, resentment, shame, and anger are issues he has built with Medy. For the young Queenie, it’s getting to know the mother, who she thought would one day come out of a Balikbayan Box. And as for her husband, Medy discovers something she least expected.

When I watched the trailer I was convinced to watch it because I find the story moving. A lot of our OFW's goes trough a lot of hell just to provide financial freedom to their families in the Philippines. The movie makes the life out of the OFW's so real and maybe by watching the movie our kababayan's would have an ample idea that living in the States is not a picnic out in the park but nutty.  

Sad news :(

Yesterday, I heard a news that is so tragic.

Every time we listen to the news every other day or just simply reading the newspaper, the content of that is just nothing to us. We would know or have a fair idea on what is the news all about, what happened and the names of the people involved. But if YOU know of someone that is on the news, then it would be different because you know that person and you just can't get enough of the news. You simply have to know all the facts, what happened and how did it happened.

This is the news that simply left me baffled and until now I am waiting of what will happen.

I know one of them and one thing that entered my mind was -- what was he thinking of ?!? Was he thinking at all? I don't blame some of our kababayan's to be mad at them. It was just sheer stupidity -- but forget about the shame they gave to us and to their family. I just felt pity--their life would be wasted if they really are guilty. My heart simply went out to his mom and family. It was just so sad. Don't you feel it? I felt it.

Please, my fellow blogger/s, I know that what they did  is wrong and yes, brought shame to us all, but we are all humans, we make mistakes. Can we just be more compassionate to our fellow Pinoy? Let's not judge them too harshly. 

Movie review of ENTENG ng Ina mo

With all the entries for the Metro Manila Film Festival, my sister wanted to watch Enteng ng Ina mo (I was rooting to watch Segunda Mano. I want to watch horror flicks. But yes, she has a point that most horror films here are not that scary, so I we just watched ENTENG NG INA MO).

It was a 2 hour bus ride from our house just to watched that movie! We we're spending the holidays in our province. So, from our house we would ride a tricycle then ride a bus bound to Naga City. I never watched Enteng Kabisote Series (EK has four movies) but watched all Tanging Ina Series (has three movies). The trailer did not really made me or urged me to watch it the first day it was shown in the movie house. I am not expecting much from the movie but I've read and heard great reviews of the movie so, I just went along with my sis.

At the end... the movie was not that great. I find it tasteless. Yes, there are some parts that I laughed but the movie did not left a great impression on me. The movie is nice since it was starred by two big icon's in the movie industry but at the end I just find it too plain. It's just another movie that made me say, Okay I watched it, BUT watching it once is enough. When would there be another movie, a tagalog/Filipino movie that would pull my heart strings and would make me watched the movie again and again? 

So, that's it, peepz! I don't know if you watched it already, and if we have different opinions -- let's just respect it. I'm just sharing what I thought of the movie ;)

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Happy New Year!

Hi, Everyone!!!! sorrrryy! I was not able to write for a few months because I was banned from using my sister's laptop. So, I have to wait for December to have my very own laptop. ^___^

So, I would like to thank my brother in law, Mr. Rod Bulaong, for being kind and thoughtful, for giving me such a wonderful gift! I'm in bliss for having this one! So, thank you! Thank you!!! You have no idea that being a blogger, it's really a must to have their own PC or lappy or a netbook. It just give us much more ease in typing our piece ;)

Friends, I'm baaaack!!! hehe

I'll be able to blog again and blog walk and just blog, blog, blog! Miss you much! mwaaah!