Wednesday, April 30, 2008


Last Monday morning my Laptop was damaged i dont know what happened, when I open it the screen was half black and its like there was a cracked on the monitor huhuhuhu,until now I cant used it....hahay whats happening into my lifeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Sunday, April 27, 2008


Tonight one of my co ops inform me that he created a blogsite for Davao Dalnet on MIRC. I immediately visited the site and it is still empty post.I ask Fico if he can add me to his blog as contributor and so he agree. I quickly post an article about MIRC. I stated my views how MIRC influence my life and as to other MIRC fanatics. Hmmm, anyway, today me and my mom went to Tagum City to fetch my brother from Bohol. Goodnight everyone....

Saturday, April 26, 2008



To my ever mama
Thank you for being their always
In times of sadness and pain
You are their when I needed you most

Thank You for giving me all my pleasures
Even sometimes I disobey you
Thank You for taking care of me and to
my other brothers and sister
Thank you that even in our personal problem
you are their to help us

Thank You ma for the understanding
I know you are lonely because of the
absence of papa, but I will promise I will take
care of you
Thank you because you are always their
to guide me

I am sorry if I hurt you sometimes
I am sorry if I disobey you
I am sorry for all the pain that I gave you
I am sorry if I am spoiled brat

No one can replace you being a mother to me
You are so great
Your heart is kind and loving
You are so gentle but strong

I love you mama
You are my source of strength
I am nothing without you
I salute you for being a good mother and
a good wife to papa.
You are a perfect mother for me


How can I differentiate Insomia or stress? It is now 2:30 in the morning and still I am awake, I cant sleep, this is often happen to me..Is this insomia? or I am just very stress of whats going on in my life now. I don't know, perhaps I think too much. This past few days I am very emotional...I feel like I am betrayed by my boyfriend.Hhahahay,, I am confuse, I don't know is this stress? hahay ,,,I need to slap myself to be awaken telling how happy life is.....hihehhehe,, sorry I am just very emotional lately.....Good morning and Happy Sunday

Amazing Bamboo Jeep

Just recently I watched Jessica Soho on her special edition featuring Bamboo Jeep. This makes me appreciates that Pinoy is very unique and artistic one. If I am not mistaken only pinoy has this kawayan jeep. How this Kawayan made and Who created this and what makes him inspired? Who is boing boing?read more.....

Friday, April 25, 2008

In Heartbreak Hell? 5 Tips to Help You Heal ((From Tina Kells)

A Guide for the Broken Hearted

The pain of a broken heart is unlike any other pain. It is a deep emotional wound, a blunt-force blow to the very core of the human psyche and frankly put, it sucks! So what can you do to make the pain go away? There is no quick fix but rest assured that the old adage of time healing all wounds holds extra true for wounds to the heart. In time the pain of heartbreak will stop. In the meantime these five little tips should help soften the blow.

  1. Distraction, distraction, distraction!
    That’s right, distract yourself as much as possible. Out of sight, out of mind, inner plight, fill your time! Make yourself busy so that you can’t focus on your loss. Just make sure you busy yourself with productive activities like exercise, friend-time and focusing on school or work. Don’t get self destructive and at all costs avoid excess of any kind.
  2. Cry it out as much as needed.
    This is no time to put on a brave face. Your heart is broken, you’re wrought with disappointment and loss, it’s A-O-K to cry a lot. Just make sure that you cry in a private place, no PDAs (Public Displays of Affliction) and if you can’t handle being alone only cry in the company of someone close to you whom you know you can trust.
  3. Dance!!
    Put on your favorite song, something upbeat or even angry in tone, no sappy love songs allowed! Make sure it has a good beat and a sound that gets you moving. Then get up off your sad butt and dance around. Be silly, be funky, sing along at the top of your lungs, have fun with it. It sounds crazy, and it will look crazy to other people, but getting your real heart beating this way will do wonders for your proverbial broken one.
  4. Talk about your feelings with a friend... for a time.
    Talking is an excellent way to cleanse your soul and ease your mind. Pick a close and trusted friend and ask them in advance to listen to you vent whenever needed. Warn them that they may get sick of listening to you say the same things over and over but that you really need their help. A good friend will be there for you. Then set a mental deadline in your head, 2-3 weeks is a good one but when coping with the loss of a more serious or long term relationship you may require a bit more time, and once you’ve reached that deadline cease and desist all talk of the matter.
  5. Visualize your future, block out the past.
    You need to stop living in the past and focus on the future. People who are dealing with a break up tend to play over past events in their head ad nauseum. This behavior is normal and healthy in the early days of a break up but it can quickly become a dangerous and defeatist coping strategy. So after the first couple of days have passed you need to forget the past, good and bad, and look to the future. Think about all the positive ways your life will change; more time for friends, pursuing old hobbies that had been put aside or taking up new ones, and having more you time are all good focal points. When you think of your future do not think of anything that has happened as a loss but try to view it as an opportunity for change. You don’t need to bury your past forever, just for now, and when you can think of the past and smile you’ll know that you’re well on your way to being

Wednesday, April 23, 2008


I thought that my happiness might not end here, but unfortunately, last night upon browsing the friendster of my so called BOYFRIEND, I saw them in the photo hugging each other as if I am not her girlfriend. And as continue browsing to his friendslist another I saw a lot of pictures that its like teasing me and telling me that they are sweet..WEw as if i got jealous? of course not, I was thinking of my experience with him,though at the start I am bit hurt not because I love him but because of something that is lil private. Anyway, I am happy at the same time excited to mingle another friends. I know moving on is really hard but it takes time to heal. Yes, I admit I cried but not the pictures that I saw but I reminisce my experience with my Exboyfriend, this is not the first time that he did this to me, I had a long patience with him till we reach of almost three years.
I hope my ex boyfriend will be happy with his choosen life. Now, I am starting to fix myself again and start moving on and face another trial of my life. I am happy seeing him happy with his friends and other so called girlfriends.
He said, he will never leave me until he die, but I refuse to tell him that we need to move on...It is better to do this than hurting others.....

Tuesday, April 22, 2008


At 12:30 midnight when I was about to sleep my mom shouted very loud , I immediately went out to my bedroom and see what was happening, and my mom telling us that the husband of my aunt was dragged by a primeover that brought him to a sudden death. I was very nervous because I feel pity to my aunt,I think of their young children. I hear my relatives crying and shouting.This morning my cousin Edmund went to our house asking help what they gonna do to realease the dead body of my uncle. Please help us to pray their family who are facing another trials.

Monday, April 21, 2008


Lyrics | Time To Let Go lyrics

sometimes u get hurt to realize that it was wrong..thank you for the memories that we both cherish...


Sarah Geronimo - Time To Let Go lyrics

I don't see the smile you used to give to me
I don't see the same again your eyes
I don't know what is happening to us
And losing you forever so fast

It's time to keep the pieces of a broken heart
There's no mending, there's no brand new start
Oh maybe I just have to face the truth
I'm losing you and there's nothing I can do

(Maybe) it's time to let go, it's time to move on
(Maybe) it is the time to forget what we have shared
I just have to learn / is it easy for you
Getting over all the days
We used to say "I love You"

Tomorrow is a lonely day that I must face
To try and get back on my feet would be a waste
Oh how can I truly live without your love
A life without you is not a life at all

[Repeat CHORUS]

MARK: There are many questions SARAH: (many Questions)
Left in my mind
I can't find the answers
Why oh why
But I know it is true, it is time to let go

[Repeat Chorus]

Song lyrics | Time To Let Go lyrics

Saturday, April 19, 2008

General Cleaning

This morning I was so tired, I had a general cleaning on the kitchen. After cleaning, I washed my clothes ..I went to the market and bought an anthena for my tv and a universal remote//..hihihi walang magawa ngayon so boring night...night all and Godbless..zzZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Thursday, April 17, 2008


I was dumbfounded of what I saw in the television about this Scandal issue,if proven guilty it will led to the revocations of license to the Doctors who were involved in a stupid and animal behavior during the operation of a gay at Vicente Memorial Hospital in Cebu. After I saw it in the news I also read it on different sites in the internet. I also read it on blogs. Anywhere you can hear the topic about the said scandal. When I walked around I saw different newspapers ,still the Cebu Scandal was the front page. It was stated that the Doctors were asking an apology to him but unfortunately a certain gay was pursued his case and claiming for justice. It was humiliating, disgusting, scandalous to him.In fact the video scandal was released on youtube,but this video was already edited and some are doing this as a joke. However, the said video was not actually deleted the unedited in some sites and you can see there how the Doctors, Nurses and other staff laugh.To go over with the real story click here.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008


I cannot believe that South Africa has 5 million people who have tested positive for HIV. As I watch on the news I feel pity to them, how come they are the biggest AIDS population on the history. I cannot imagine if we Filipinos are not vigilant on this transmittable disease I am sure this would be our catastrophe. Oh my gosh how can u able to see them suffering?Is this on addiction? Sex ? or what? But I am sure the government are trying their best to solve and help those people who are victims of this disease. And in fact I browsed it to the net if there is a treatment plan on their country and fortunately South Africa has the LARGEST AIDS TREATMENT PLAN. And I found some pictures on the net that they are this

We consider this as part of the family. When Bevz and I thought that we gonna stay to our aut's house but since we brought to another flat at BIN KHAMIL CENTER we were hesitant to stay because we were afraid that we we might not treated well. It was thankful to the Lord that, He brought us to the house of Tito Jun and Tita Porie and first we were uneasy because we were afraid that we might not able to reach their expectation as part of their borders. But, we were fortunate because we were treated like their daughters. We have board mates where they live at Palma's Flat also. First time we saw them we were afraid maybe we will not met their expectationsto but they well come us with a smile. As you can see at the first pictures the only guy was Tito Jun beside him was Tita Porie they were very nice persons infact they treated us their children, we eat together and take note Tita Porie cooked our food even she had no obligations to us. Sometimes I and Beverly got shy but Tito and Tita told us that treat them as a family. You cannot feel the loneliness in the house because they were there to comfort us. When we were having our interview for work Tito Jun made a map for us and he explained it to us. While Tita Porie was cooking our food. Many moments with them that we will never forget especially the generousity, the kindness and the love that they tender to us. We also met the girls in the house we met Ate Leda, she was also kind and helpful. Sometimes she accompanied us to our interview us our tour guide, she cooked our food too, she always told us "kumain na kayo" that made us flattered. Our unforgetable moments were ate Leda accompany us in our interview at industrial 17 and we got lost heheh and shed said "ano ba tong pinasukan natin, Diyos ko po hehhehe,, and we laugh and Lastly when ate Leda left us in Deira gold souk and we were afraid that she would not come back soon and our stomach were bloating hehehe,...Ate was in wearing color blue t-shirt. We met also May, this woman was very silent type, she talked seldom but shes bubbly.Memorable experienced was were walking for more than 8hrs reason? we had window shop, talking while walking, laughing and we eat at hardees, and we had a photo together.You can see it to the 2nd photo above. She likes a mother to us especially when she got home she spent time to see us if we were sleeping.She keeps telling "tulog na kayo" hihhii. She cant understand bisaya words thats why we made jokes with her...She is also nice, friendly, kind and mostly especially caring.

The last photo was with Yammy, Joy and Tita Porie they treated us to dragon market and went to Dubai Creek.The one wearing white was YAMMY,this woman was very jolly. She keeps smiling everyday. We had a great time with her, she keeps us smile everyday.We never think of loneliness if yammy was around. We brought us to Dubai City Church and attend the fellowship, that was the first time that I attended that kind of religion, it was an awesome invitations.She bought many shawarma and she gave us.Thank you Yammy for the friendship, from the bottom of our heart we treated you like a sister to us. We had plenty of memories with her, we also walked around and eat a lot hehhehe. She loves food hihihhi. Yammy was also there when we were packing our things to go home in fact she accompanied me in City center to buy another bag and she gave me singaporean coins for a token for me. It was a flattering for me. She also accompanied us to the airport hehheeh. Yammy thank a billion thanks for the help you extended to us, for the care, for the love....I love you Yammy. We also met JOY. This woman is a serious but friendly, she keeps telling story that made us laugh, during night when we slept our lullaby was her cellphone with mp3 singing hey laura.....She is also nice and sweet lady. I remember Joy brought us to Mall of Emirates it was a memorable day for us.Thank you Joy that we met you and you treated like a sister to you. One time she accompanied us to change my cellphone that I bought hehehehehe naguba man gud..... We walked on Buheira park and exercise. We have so many experienced with her. Thank you for the Card, it was touching, when we read it on the plane we cried and laugh, we were like crazy that time.hehihihhihi..Thank you for accompanying us in the airport...I have so much to share but one night is not enough.

Staying in Dubai is the most unforgetable experience that I have. I missed Tito Jun, Tita Porie, Ate Leda, Yammy, Joy and May...A billion thanks....Godbless and hope to see u soon again....

Tita Porie thanks for giving me a gift.... I LOVE YOU ALL...mwah mwah mwah


I cannot believe that South Africa has 5 million people who have tested positive for HIV. As I watch on the news I feel pity to them, how come they are the biggest AIDS population on the history. I cannot imagine if we Filipinos are not vigilant on this transmittable disease I am sure this would be our catastrophe. Oh my gosh how can u able to see them suffering?Is this on addiction? Sex ? or what? But I am sure the government are trying their best to solve and help those people who are victims of this disease. And in fact I browsed it to the net if there is a treatment plan on their country and fortunately South Africa has the LARGEST AIDS TREATMENT PLAN. And I found some pictures on the net that they are this

Monday, April 14, 2008

Morning Refreshment

Good morning bloggers, I arrive in the office at 7:35am I am so happy tha I am not late, I remember that I have so many work to finish ops I forgot to put it in my blog yesterday thatI,Pency and Beverly enjoying reading other blogs. Till mode for now....Godbless

Sleepless night

I am still awake at this very moment since lastnight. I took a bath and went to the office. I never felt a slept. But at 4:30 pm my eyes were started to close. After 5pm I immediately went home because I want to sleep but when I got home I saw my laptop on my bed that's y I was tempted to turn on and start blogging even I am so sleepy hehhhe.While doing my blog I eat cereals.Anyway till here folks.I need to sleep..zzzzzzzzzZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ngork ngork ngork

Sunday, April 13, 2008


Thank You Fico

Thank you Fico for helping me .Thank you for all you do - you are a true friend. I couldn't have done it without you. Thank you You made my heart smile!

My new Blog

Last night I slept 3:00am because I was enjoying fixing my new blog. This blog was so cool and easy to use.This bloghost was introduced to me by our BEAM expert in HR Database system and the pilot was DepEd Region XI and soon be introduced to DepEd National. Anyway, this blogspot was nice, many templates to choose. You can visit my new account and be part of my blogs.Thank You guys and start your leisure time in doing blogs I am sure you will like it and it will help you improve your professional growth.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Is it True or Not Saudi Arabia allows Catholic Church?

As we all know that Saudi Arabia is a muslim country and they are solid in their religions. According to a certain woman name Porie Palma whom his husband was working in Saudi they will not allow christians to bring any bibles or any catholic instruments, I don't know if still the same as before, because that was 10 years ago.But now one of my friends name Louie wrote and article regarding the First Catholic Church in Saudi Arabia. I read it on his article that,it is now under negotiation between King Abdullah and the Catholic Leaders in Vatican. It was mentioned in the article that despite of their differences there will be Catholic church who can help Catholic Filipinos in their spiritual needs. I know going abroad is a very crucial stage in terms of emotions. I was so happy that hopefully our catholic leaders will now help our fellow Christians to know and preach what is written in the Bible, and help them feed their spiritual needs.

The one who posted about the First Catholic Church for Saudi was more Louie I just posted also in my blog because it is really an interesting article.Hope Louie won't mine if I also posted the same hhehehhe thank you.This friend of mine is in Manama, Bahrain. He feels the sentiments of Christian people because he lives also in a Muslim country. I remember one night, he told us in Dalnet especially Digos channel why some Christians are afraid to mingle with them,in fact they are harmless according to them. For your comments on that quotation just post it here.

I am hoping and praying that the said negotiation will be successful. We will pray for that.


Friday, April 11, 2008


This place was CAMP SABROS, located at Kapatagan, Digos, Davao del Sur. It was a very nice place to relax. Very affordable no entrance fee. You only need to pay the zip lining, if you wish to fly alone you will pay 200 if u wish to have a partner you will 300 only. You need to walk a bit far before reaching the camp,it was sorrounded by pine trees and the wind was so cold. If You wish to have an adventure try to fly like an eagle. :)

After zip lining we visited the Obra of Kublai, the Agong House. It was a beautiful place,overlooking the mountains,pine trees were tall. This Agong House was featured by Korina Sanchez in Rated K. Thats why it was known.

After resting at Agong House, we went to BACOCO FALLS, we hired motorcycle to reached there.The road was rough,it was cliff and no proper trail to went to the falls.Unfortunately I was rolled down luckily I was catched by my officemate Grace Legorio hehhehehe. Thanks God I'm alive hhehehe.The grasses were tall, it was so muddy.When we got there it was so awesome.

Wednesday, April 09, 2008


Dubai Lifestyle - The History of the City and Day to Day Life in Dubai

Background Information to the United Arab Emirates and Dubai: -

Dubai is one of the seven states that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE); it is located in the Middle East. The UAE borders the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf and is situated between Oman and Saudi Arabia. The United Arab Emirates was formed in 1971 by the then ‘Trucial States’ after their independence from Britain.

The UAE is governed by a Supreme Council of Rulers, the council is made up of the seven emirs and they appoint the prime minister and the cabinet for the country. Despite being ultimately ruled by the Supreme Council, as with the other six states, Dubai maintains a large degree of autonomy from the UAE when it comes to general decision making for the city’s development.

Oil was first discovered in the United Arab Emirates in the 1950s, before that the country’s economy was built on fishing and pearling, since 1962, when Abu Dhabi became the first of the emirates to begin exporting the oil, the country's economy has been completely transformed.

Sheikh Zayed, who has been the president of the UAE since its inception, quickly understood the economic potential for the country from the oil industry. He has continued to ensure that each of the emirates benefits from the oil generated wealth, he has insisted on the reinvestment of oil revenues into the healthcare system, the education system and the general national infrastructure.

The development of the oil industry has led to a large influx of foreign workers to the UAE, in fact Dubai’s population is the fastest growing in the world and the foreign population makes up about three quarters of the entire UAE population! As a direct result of this fact the UAE is one of the most liberal countries in the Gulf, with other cultures and beliefs tolerated. Dubai has also been quick to understand the need for diversification. Oil in the region is only projected to last for about 30 years and so Dubai has successfully embarked upon a major diversification program aimed to at developing industries and commercial enterprises to take the place of oil as the predominate commodity of the state's economy.

The climate in Dubai is sub-tropical and arid or desert like. The city enjoys almost year round sunny blue skies. Rain is infrequent and if it does fall, it falls in the winter.
Temperatures range from lows of 10°C to extreme summer highs of 48°C. The average maximum daily temperature in January is 24°C and the average maximum daily temperature in July is 41°C when humidity is very high.

About the city of Dubai
Dubai is recognised as the commercial and tourism capital of the UAE and is globally regarded as one of the most sophisticated, futuristic and cosmopolitan cities in the world, in fact Dubai is something of a phenomenon! It is an Arab Muslim society with the fastest growing foreign population in the world, and it has successfully developed harmony through ethnic diversity. It is a city with unrivalled levels of economic energy and architectural ambition, a unique city of contrasts where the most modern and architecturally stunning skyscrapers stand alongside traditional beautiful Arabic structures.

The experiences and attractions available in Dubai are many and varied. From the miles of immaculate beautiful white sandy beaches to the richly exotic Arabian heritage, from the awe inspiring majesty of the desert to the lively international bars, restaurants and nightclubs – a visitor to Dubai is guaranteed an incredible, never to be forgotten experience. In 2003 Dubai was voted safest holiday destination in the world by Conde Nast Traveller magazine, and in fact Dubai is recognised globally as one of the safest cities in the world. Living in Dubai you will find that it is virtually crime-free with the Dubai police ensuring personal safety and security. Anyone found guilty of committing a serious crime will be severely punished. Alcohol and drug related offences are considered serious.

The economy of the city of Dubai is a mainly service-driven economy, with every business amenity from banking to telecommunications offered. International trading and industrialisation are actively encouraged through the provision of favourable taxation advantages, offshore status, specialist free trade zones etc. Recent innovative projects in the city include the foundation of Dubai Media City and Dubai Internet City, bringing 21st century technology to Dubai in the world's very first ‘Free Zone’ wholly dedicated to e-business.

Day to Day Life in Dubai
If you are considering moving to Dubai one of your first thoughts will no doubt be finding somewhere to live. This is not something you’ll find too tricky, there are many companies advertising rental accommodation in the classified sections of local newspapers and they offer everything from private villas to luxury apartments or even shared accommodation. Whatever your budgetary and lifestyle requirements are, the specialist relocation and housing companies will be sure to have something to assist you. If you prefer to find your accommodation privately and avoid any agency costs, many people use supermarkets notice boards to advertise or request accommodation.

In terms of which areas of the city offer the type of accommodation you are after, Jumeirah, Umm Sequiem and the Safa Park area are upmarket and offer villa-type accommodation. Satwa and Garhoud also offer villas but are slightly cheaper. Rashidiya, Mirdif and Al Quoz are mainly Arabic areas and they actually attract a lot of expats.
If you are after an apartment the most popular areas are around Bur Dubai, the Sheikh Zayed Road with cheaper flats are available in Deira, Satwa and Karama. Some of the more exclusive apartment developments offer shared gym and pool facilities together with garaged car parking and the like.

If you are considering moving to Dubai with family and are interested in finding out about the education system and the availability and quality of schools, one of the best ways is to ask around! Because of the numbers of expats in Dubai there is actually a large number of primary and secondary schools from which you can to choose. Most schools are private fee paying schools and really the best way to get an idea of the reputation of a school is to ask friends, colleagues and other expats who live in Dubai. Many of the schools also have their own websites where you can learn about the curriculum they follow, after school programs etc.

When it comes to enrolling your child in the UAE there are a few restrictions you should be aware of. For example you are not allowed to change your child’s school during the academic year…unless approval is given by the Ministry of Education and the circumstances are ‘special’. This means that you have to make sure the school you choose for your child will definitely suit them. Another restriction you should be aware of is that is you move to Dubai on or after the 1st May each year you can’t enrol your child into the schooling system for that year. Instead you’ll have to enrol for the beginning of the new school year which is usually the beginning of September.

Another consideration you may have if thinking about relocation to Dubai may be the state of the health care system available there. It is fair to say that Dubai has many very well equipped hospitals and surgeries. Dubai’s Department of Health and Medical Services runs Dubai, Rashid, Maktoum and Al Wasl hospitals, with Dubai Hospital one of the best medical centres in the entire Middle East. Al Wasl is a maternity and gynaecology hospital.
The Department of Health also run out patient clinics or surgeries and in addition there are a number of quality private hospitals in Dubai offering in and out patient facilities – e.g., The American and Welcare Hospitals. Overall both the private and publicly offered health care services in Dubai are first class.

Working in Dubai you will enjoy a tax free salary and all shop goods can be bought at tax free prices, making it an incredibly attractive city to international workers and international companies. Job opportunities in Dubai and diverse and plentiful, particularly since the additions of the Media and Internet cities…Dubai is a city expanding its horizons at an unrivalled rate.
It is important to mention that some countries worldwide have tax laws enabling them to tax their nationals on their worldwide income. It is important to check your status with an international accountant before taking up employment in the city.
Dubai has a thriving expat population who make the most of their tax free lifestyle in this amazing city of opportunity. The nightlife in the city is excellent, with cocktail bars, wine bars, themed bars and typical British or Irish pubs available, many of which offer food and entertainment as well.

High standard international cuisine is available in the city’s many restaurants and if you are looking for lively evening entertainment there are numerous night clubs around the city. Some of the clubs attract international DJs; there are also Middle Eastern, Indian and Asian nightclubs offering entertainment with singers and dancers. Dubai also welcomes international touring singing and entertainment acts which cater to all tastes and ages…from traditional theatre groups to ballet, from opera to international rock and pop bands - all are regular visitors to the United Arab Emirates.

You can be assured of an exciting pace of life in Dubai and a high standard of living.
Rhiannon Williamson is an experienced publisher who has produced articles for leading travel and tourism guides and financial magazines. Her specialist knowledge about both travel and finance gives her site Shelter Offshore the unique ability to literally cover every single aspect of moving & living abroad - including the often less discussed offshore tax advantages that can be available when leaving our homeland.

Dubai is a nice place.The buildings are tall. nice park.and lots of work. I saw them enjoying picnic every Friday because that was their holiday. I saw also lots of Indians. Mid of March is getting too hot, its really different to our place Philippines. Many Kabayan in Dubai are working. Some are successful and some are less fortunate.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008


I never expected that I had an award given to me. It was so honored that somebody got interested on my blog. I am inspired to make more blogs.To all bloggers keep visiting here.
Take Care and Godbless
Thank You to Ms. Lena who appreciated my work.