Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Your Word is "Fearless"
You see life as your one chance to experience everything, and you just go for it!
You believe the biggest risk is being afraid and missing out on something amazing.
Sometimes your fearlessness means you're daring. You enjoy risky activities.
And sometimes your fearlessness means you're courageous. You're brave enough to do the right thing, even when it's scary.
I never thought that there could be a mercedes supercharger. Apparently, the bridal car used by our wedding last week in Tagaytay was a new Mercedez Benz with bling-bling. The driver told my coordinator that they are renting cars complete with mags set-up and they were even putting some supercharger in most of their vehicles. He said that his boss is getting it from a reliable source like superchargerpros.com. They even have a buick supercharger and pontiac supercharger. When I told Dicky about it, he got interested. But then I told him, it might not be a wise buy for a metro like ours because of the heavy traffic. It's better to use this feature in a highway where there would be no obstructions at all.
Friday, January 09, 2009
Snagged and reposted from Thea to serve as a reminder to me on planning some vacation holidays.
There will be 10 long holidays in 2009.
Last Christmas eve, Arroyo signed Proclamation 1699 that lays out the holiday schedule this year.
First on the holiday list is a three-day weekend before the Easter break.
The observance of Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor) on April 9 (Thursday) was moved to the nearest Monday which is April 6.
This will be followed by the Easter holidays from April 9 (Maundy Thursday) until April 12 (Easter Sunday).
The other regular holidays are:
Labor Day-May 1(Friday);
Independence Day- June 12 (Friday);
National Heroes Day- August 31 (Monday);
Bonifacio Day - November 30 (Monday);
Christmas Day- December 25 (Friday); and,
Rizal Day- December 30 (Wednesday).
Arroyo declared the following as Special Non-Working Days:
Ninoy Aquino Day - August 21 (Friday);
All Saints Day - November 1 (Sunday) and All Soul’s Day - November 2 (Monday);
Christmas Eve - December 24 (Thursday); and,
New Year’s Eve - December 31 (Thursday).
The president has long been implementing holiday economics to boost domestic tourism and allow Filipinos to have more time with their families.
Holiday economics entails the transfer of some holidays to a Monday or a Friday so that Filipinos may enjoy longer weekends.
Businessmen earlier complained over the recent two-week Christmas-New Year break.
However, Malacañang maintained consultations were made with all sectors concerned, including the business community, before issuing this year’s holiday list. — With a report from Nadia Trinidad, ABS-CBN News
as of 01/07/2009 8:50 PM
Sunday, January 04, 2009
ago we decided to make it a "try" but it was working very well from day one till everyday of our lives.
11 years after, we still laugh with each other. We still find joy with each other. We still feel the comfort of one another.
Everything is still clear in mind up to this time.
It was just like yesterday. And as I always look forward to tomorrow, I'm glad that I'm spending my everyday with him.
We are celebrating our 11 years of love to one another. 11 years ago when the "try" becomes an "I do" 4 years after and up to now, we are everyday saying "I love you."
This is most precious.
I love you Babes!