Friday, November 28, 2008

I got an iPod tonight

My husband was asking me to give him a hint or a gift ideas of what i want for christmas and i told him i want a gift from him is an iPod since lost my iPod at the port area long time ago.

He was asking me which iPod that i'd like to have and i said anything you can afford and guess what? He bought me iPod Nano and iPod Touch which is cool, and i said wow i am blessed and impressed with the Christmas present.

I am extremely happy tonight and thankful to have a generous husband who bought me iPod Nano which is nice, compact and holds all the songs i need and best part is that, it is nice, small and i can put it in my pocket at work and listen to music all day long plus i got iPod Touch which is a great addition with much better and bigger pictures. I can play any of my movies that i want, surf the net and communicate with all of my on line friends. I really love to have this two(2) great gadgets that is worthy of your pocket.

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Monday, November 17, 2008

Good News Filipinos

Finally, XOOM and Philippine National Bank (PNB)join together in the service of quicker sending money to the Philippines in a cheaper service charge.

Good news isn't it?



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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

"OBAMA" New Hope for America

The people in United States proves their democracy in choosing a new President whom they believed who will give a new hope for America and they finally made it yesterday. " Obama ' is elected by the youth, hispanic , asian , white , african people.

This controvercial election didn't stop Obama to win and he proved to anyone of us, not RACE will stop you to lead when you have good purpose.

The people thinks Obama is capable in facing the challenges that United States are facing much more in economic crisis.

And I hope he will give his best in the service of the people. Congratulation President Barrack Obama you made it!

God Bless America!


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Saturday, October 18, 2008

DRIVING in the influence of Alcohol may killed Innocent People

God is so Good..... have faith.
I thought we gonna die but God saved us from death. Yesterday my husband's wallet left in his work truck so he told me, we are going to get it and have dinner outside after shopping.

To make the story short he started to drive and in few minutes i heard boom! so i was asking him what's wrong with the mechanics? He didn't answer me but begin to louder his voice trying to open the window and look at the back of the car. So i followed him oh boy! windshield of the car was broken. So i immediately told him to behave and calm down as i dont like him to be mad since we dont bring medicine/pill for high blood pressure.

Blonde woman who is 29 years hit our car and good thing no major damages but bumper and windshield. The woman try to negotiate asking my husband about insurance and my husband said yes i have insurance and after she knew we have it she started saying i dont like cop involved in this, i have to shoulder all damages but there concern citizen dial 911 and in few minutes sherriff and state tropper arrived.

She said she was sorry and i told her its okay we have to be thankful to God we are alive and she added i am nervous, why not she drive under the influence of alcohol that damages her car and ours.

We never know she is drunk until the sherriff and state troffer told us so i said geee!!! no wonder she hit us.

The authority starts testing her but she failed. Officer read her offense and she started to cry because it was careless driving, dui and something damage personal property and her driver's license revoke then officer handcup her and bring her to jail.

Lesson : Don't drive under influence of alcohol you may kill yourself or somebody.

Happy Weekend Everyone!!! God Bless Us All



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Thursday, August 7, 2008

LIFE in USA.....

there are time of adjustments in life and i am glad i made it...and i
wanted you know guys that i am doing good here...,although there are times i felt alone and nobody to talk for real in my new home.

but thats okay, life is like that we have to follow where is our husband and the love is enough to survive and for me to stay with him forever. i am also thankful that he got patient and understanding for me.

if you are thinking you are alone and nobody to talk to just pray harder that evrything will be alright or you can talk your problems with your trusted friends.

"think positive , feel the love and stay happy. god bless everyone."


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Saturday, July 19, 2008

Life is full of Challenge..


Life is sometime rough but all you can do is take it as a CHALLENGE..., Never attempt to quit even roads are rocky and if you think you are weak, speechless and no shoulder to cry on... Pray that you are able to survive in your chosen life.

I am a sensitive type person and i am trying not to be that way. I really hope my love, strength, patient, and my prayer is enough to face all difficulties in life since i am known as a SURVIVOR.

Your poster is facing lots of challenges here and i can tell you some of it;
the culture and people itself. So i may wish myself GOODLUCK



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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

SHOW your AFFECTIONS

# Hug and kiss your wife/husband and tell her/him you love her/him every morning while you're still in bed. Rub her/him back for a few minutes before you get up.

# Tell her/him that you love her/him while you are having breakfast(meals) together.

# Kiss her/him and tell her/him you love her/him before you leave for work.

# Call her/him during the day to ask how she/his is doing and that you love her/him.

# After work, call her/him before you leave to tell her/him when you will be home, and tell her/him you love her/him.

# Buy her flowers on the way home at least once a week, with a card that tells her you love her.

# When you arrive home from work, give her/him a big hug and kiss and spend a few minutes talking to her/him about how her/him day went. Don't do anything else before you have given her/him your undivided attention.

# Help her/him clear off the table and wash and dry the dishes with her/him, giving her/him a hug and kiss at least once, and tell her/him that you love her/him.

# Hug and kiss her/him and tell her/him you love her/him in bed before you both go to sleep.


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Sunday, July 6, 2008

Filipino is Anywhere and they Exist

just wanted to share this news to all filipinos who truly exist in the whole world. I know u will be proud after reading this. Mabuhay Pinoy!!!

click here : Proud to be PINOY



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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

New Life & New Home

It is great to be with my hubby again after long waiting.., i am glad that he is happy like me that we finally live together now.

I was thankful he met me in Detroit or else i have problem coming to his place because i had bad headache that day. Oh well, my travel was a long one so must be the reason i had it.

Man, worthy to be with him his a nice and loving hubby from the start. Yes, i am blessed to have him in my life. We never be a millionaire but i am sure in our heart we won and we are a millionaire happy and inlove. I hope we will remain this way.

Thank you readers for continuously reading my love story and other stuff i had written here. God BLess everyone.



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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Tribute on Father's Day



Mostly of us use to greet our mother on mother's day and it is rare for us to remember father's day - a tribute to our father and to all fathers that sacrifices for us also. Whom most of them are trying hard to provide our foods and any financial problem that the family is needed.

Mostly of the father/fathers love us in their own way unlike what our mother/mothers shown us.

And Mostly we forgot to greet our father/s on father's day...., I am doing this tribute to all fathers out there..., My father who is there in good and bad times who always protect us from any troubles and who is the one roll call during night time. Thank you! To my hubby who is a good man and father to his son..., someone who do his best to guide his son in right way, to my brother burog who tried to stand his feet for his family, to my brother-in-law who is there for my sister ching and to my new born niece. To Dad my hubby's daddy and to all male cousins, my uncles and to all male friends.... Happy Father's Day!!!

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Im Getting Closer to YOU

After all the stressed and preparations of my medical and interview i'll be going to my hubby's place to live with him and to share one life FOREVER.

I am just hoping the man that i met and marry will be the man who is nice, thoughtful and loving man. He proved to me how much he loves me more than words he uttered.

And now that i am getting closer coming to YOU dear hubby please remain your wonderful attitude,love and humor and we will be fine.

You made my life complete. Love yah!!! SH

Thursday, June 5, 2008

GOT MY VISA

I was expecting to have my visa delivery in 10 days and i was surprised i got it yesterday afternoon oh thank you GOD and all who prayed my visa journey i got first step done now.

I informed my husband about the good news and his like a little kid as happy he is lol oh well, why not his brat ,bad ass mama is coming to stop him smoking hahahahhaha. Plus, when i am there our ass won't be sore from too much chatting on each day hee hee

I am sad i have to leave my family { tears tears tears } lol but i knew family knew the best for my life...

I just hope that my POE officer won't be mean to me and they will let me enter US of A. Loverboy be there nyahahaha!!!

to my family ,relatives , friends and hubby. thank u for being there always. love you all!!!

Saturday, May 31, 2008

Nature - Adventure - Culture

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Friday, May 23, 2008

a thank you message

the other day i got my package that my husband sent me. thank you loverboy for sending phone that i am going to use soon the moment i am flying without wings hahahhahaha and thank u too for sending me flowers who have secret in it. love you!!! just really hope that u remain nice and thoughtful when we are living together pretty soon.

Visa - My journey to manila 4 ( med & interview )

i guess my readers are wondering where i am again lol!!! okay, i have to update you guyz i am in manila for my medical examinations and vaccinations per requirement of USEM ( US-Embassy here in Manila.) I am glad to those people who prayed for me to passed @ SLEC..., my family, friends in FS and VJs and also to my hubby who are not tired reminding me not to worry i will pass the exam since i am worry wart as he keep calling me lol

the funniest moments :

1. on the plane i am scared and my sister keep on laughing me when plane bump to cloudy area..... great experienced right? lol

2. on the second day i am not able to open my room and why? i inserted the card in wrong position hahahahahha shame on me

3. my cousins tease us to ride LRT and since my sister didn't see how we do it she was trap, we laughed and the guard on duty laughed too while assisting her.

4. meeting VJs as we decided to have grand eyeball i brought my cousin, friend and sister there...., i tease my cousin and sister that they have to pay what they eat hahahahha they got a pouting face lol

5. rest of the days we went to familiar the places we wanted to go but i choose going to church in Quiapo and in Baclaran.

6. On May 27th i wasn't able to sleep right as i am thinking of my interview to the consul @ USEM. I woke up @ 4:00am i am waiting for my cousin to arrived but nothing since it was raining bad... At 4:45am i decided to go alone despite of heavy rain cause i don't like to missed my interview. Im glad i arrived there safely. At 6:00am my appointment time so we fell in line and ready all docs that they needed. Im the 3rd person in line in my batch @ exactly 6:44am we are in. They start giving us number for fingerprinting, pre- screening and interview. God is good!!!my interview with kano consul lasted 3 minutes while others are 7 minutes and more. His last message congrats ur APPROVED!!! so i went home immediately and informed people and loverboy the good news......from the buttom of my heart thank u so much for the prayers, goodluck and to the lucky man i'll see u soon hee hee

Thank you ladies and lad for reading my post....... luv yah all!!!

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Happy Mother's Day!!!



Let your mom know how special and how proud kid/s you are on the celebration of Mother's day. U can also greet all mothers that u know of. Okay let me start :

To My mother ( Bebie )who give me birth, I love you and i care and proud of you.

To My mother in Law ( tootie )even we didn't meet yet thanks for accepting me as part of the family.

To My mother Luz ( who is there good and bad times ) who loves us too

To My cousin ( Nene ) who is nice to me when i am in their place.

To My sister( ching ) be proud ur a mother now with a beautiful kid Diana E

To My sis in law ( sue )glad to meet you soon sis, to Auntie Pat who gave me christmas present LOL, Rizza ( my best friend ) and Maida ( a dear cousin ) who always there for me ups and down of my life.

I would like to say HAPPY MOTHER's Day to all of you!!!

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Monday, May 5, 2008

Possible Question During Job Interview

1. Tell me about yourself.
2. How would others describe you?
3. What are your greatest strengths and weaknesses?
4. Why should we hire you?
5. What are your short/long term career goals?
7. What have you done in the past year to improve yourself?
8. What two or three accomplishments have given you the most satisfaction? Why?
9. What is the hardest thing you've ever done?
10. What major problem have you encountered and how did you deal with it?
11. What is the greatest failure you have experienced in your life?
12. How has your college experience prepared you for this career?
13. What led you to choose your major field of study?
14. Describe the ideal relationship between a supervisor and supervisee.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

How to Deal with an Embarrassing Family

No one has the perfect family. In fact, most of us can count a few colorful characters as relatives. If you are introducing your new significant other to your clan, aware your new relative about do's and dont's so he/she wont be surprise what kind of family or relative you got.

Hence :

1. Do not flight with drunk people u are always a loser. Just stay away.
2. Do not trust someone right away they may harm u.
3. Don't get close to someone if u think that may just cause problem in your relationship unless u knew he/she just wanted friendship.
4. Tell her/him to respect elders cause other don't. Some will only focus on the person he/she in relation with.
5. Observe and if u comment, do it wisely that u won't hurt the other party.

Friday, April 25, 2008

Wonderful LIFE

hey readers sorry your author was gone for the couple of weeks i was busy securing my documents since i got my medical and interview scheduled in May.

and the other thing me and my hubby was busy contacting NVC and USEM so my time aint enough to post something in here those weeks.

btw, i am happy to announced that me and my loverboy got our first wedding anniversary though we are not together yet it wasn't a hindrance to celebrate our wedding anniversay..., and guess what we got the same gift for each other yes a CLOCK lol

well, maybe we both thinking that we are about to be together and almost done with the visa thing lol.

Loverboy, u remain in my heart. I'll see you soon when i got visa in hand. I love you baby!!!

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

INFIDILITY

In order for them to make a choice, there are a few things that your partner is going to have to honestly evaluate. Have them think about the following questions and then come back to you with a decision.

1. What does the other person really want?
What are their true intentions? When doing this, it is important that your partner trusts his or her own feelings, instincts and experiences with that person.

2. Evaluate the other relationship.
What is the person like as a partner? How do they really treat your partner? Is there a possibility of a lasting relationship? Decide on whether it is a good relationship or not.

3. What does your current partner want?
What are your current partner's true intentions? What do they really want in a relationship?

4. Evaluate the current relationship.
Is this a good relationship? Does it fit the description of the kind of relationship you want? Do they really love you and can you see a future? Was it something in the relationship that caused your partner to stray?

5. Make a final choice.
At this point your partner has to look at all of the data in front of them and make a final choice. If they decide to stay with you, it is up to you to decide whether you can accept it or not. From that point on, you are effectively starting again in the relationship. A broken trust is hard to mend, but not impossible. As long as you are completely honest with each other and work at the relationship, you can overcome any hurdle that crosses your path.

And in all cases, open communication with your partner is extremely important and will provide the most effective solutions. Don't let yourself or your partner fall into the trap of holding things back and not talking about the situation, as that, all in itself, will lead to the end of your relationship, whether you physically break up or not.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

All About FAMILY

Being a parent can be a joy, but it's also a tough job. No parent is perfect. We all make mistakes. Even loving parents sometimes do things they don't mean to do, like yell at a child or call a child a bad name. But if you think you're having trouble controlling yourself, get help so a pattern of abuse doesn't start.

And i suggest YOU - to be patient and as much as you can, avoid nagging, yelling and spanking. Be a friend to your kid/s or your partner.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

TAMPO - Pouting/Sulking

If you’re planning to enter into a relationship with a Filipina, it’s important to gain an understanding of what “tampo” is. Let’s do this in a clinical fashion...

Definition: While the analogy isn’t perfect, you can think of tampo as “pouting” or “sulking”.

Cause: Typically, a Filipina will exhibit tampo when she feels she has been neglected or ignored, but she may also invoke it when she is jealous, or basically anytime her feelings are hurt.

Symptoms: The Filipina will seem withdrawn or sullen. She may be unusually silent, or she may express he dissatisfaction by “whining” in a melodramatic, almost child-like fashion. She may refuse to eat (only in the most severe cases!).

Duration and Severity of Condition: Tampo is a strictly short-term condition and should not be considered life threatening. Tampo is the result of mild dissatisfaction, not of actual anger. The behavior is a cultural norm in the Philippines and a westerner should not be overly concerned the first time he encounters it. Tampo is a very useful tool, because it allows a Filipina to show her displeasure about something you have done. Remember, confrontation is generally unacceptable in Filipino society, so disagreement or displeasure must be expressed indirectly.

Here is an example of tampo: You’re with your fiancée walking hand-in-hand down a crowded street. You notice a beautiful young woman walking toward you wearing a tank top that’s cut way too low, and you can’t tear your eyes away from her. Your fiancée notices this behavior.

A non-Filipina might react by saying, “Put your eyes back in your head! I can’t believe you were staring at that girl right in front of me! What has she got that I haven’t got!?” At which point she may stalk off, cry, or punch you.

A Filipina in that same situation, however, would probably squeeze your hand and say something like, “She’s pretty, di ba?” Then you’d stammer something about not noticing, blah, blah, blah, and you’d think you’d gotten away with it. Yet your fiancée would seem suddenly distant. She’d not proffer her hand to you as you walked together, she’s speak only when spoken to, and she’d probably shrug indifferently when you asked her a question. You’re on the receiving end of tampo.

It’s very important that you understand this: Tampo is merely intended to let you know that you’ve committed some minor offense, for which you must make amends. It is a mild behavioral reprimand that verges on role-playing. The worst thing you could do is to get stressed out over a tampo session, because an over-reaction on your part may escalate the situation to the point that your fiancée or wife becomes genuinely angry.

On the other hand, don’t misdiagnose genuine anger, sadness, or depression as mere tampo. If you’re girlfriend, fiancée or wife seems deeply depressed, that is NOT tampo. If she’s crying hysterically, that is NOT tampo. If she’s hurling dishes at you, that is NOT tampo. Tampo is mild and controlled and is the direct result of some perceived offense of a minor nature. It is short in duration. If an emotional abnormality seems unusually severe or extended in duration, and you cannot identify the cause, it is not tampo, and consequently deserves serious attention.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Give yourself time to Heal

Before immediately jumping back into another serious relationship, give yourself time to deal with what you've been through. It takes hard work to come through a painful breakup in an honest and authentic way, and the last thing you want to do is to short-circuit that growth process by instantly entering another serious romance.

Instead, give yourself permission to date casually, enjoying your time with new and different people and learning to just have fun with people you find interesting.

Then, once you do find someone you might be interested in going deeper with, be patient with yourself in terms of how quickly you open up to this new person in your life. There's no reason you have to go from zero to sixty in a new relationship.

Take your time and offer yourself slowly, watching for how the person responds. Show a few smaller parts of yourself in the beginning; then, if this new person responds in a way that makes you feel safe, try offering a bit more. Over time, then, if you continue to feel that you're being honored and respected as you make yourself increasingly vulnerable, you can begin to open up more and more, showing the larger and deeper parts of who you are -Yeah! Let your trust be Earned.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

TIPS TO OFWs

How to Avoid Illegal Recruitment

* Check name of recruitment agency against the list of agencies licensed by POEA
* If the agency is licensed, check with the POEA Accreditation Branch if the recruiter has a current job order
* Allowable placement fee is equivalent to one month salary exclusive of documentation and processing costs.
* Don’t pay any placement fee unless you have a genuine employment contract
* Don’t accept a tourist visa. Demand a working visa
* Don’t deal with a fixer
* Don’t be enticed by advertisements requiring you to reply to a Post Office (P.O.) Box, and to enclose payment for processing of papers
* Avoid training centers and travel agencies who promise overseas employment


Are you a victim of illegal recruitment?

The following are considered acts of illegal recruitment as defined by RA 8042 and are basis for filing illegal recruitment cases:

* Recruiting and charging or accepting fees without proper license or authority to recruit.
* Furnishing or publishing any false notice or information or document in relation to recruitment or employment.
* Giving any false notice, testimony, information or document or committing any act of misrepresentation for the purpose of securing license or authority under the Philippine Labor Code
* Inducing or attempting to induce a worker already employed to quit his employment in order to offer him to another.
* Influencing or attempting to influence any person or entity not to employ any worker who has not applied for employment through his agency.
* Recruiting workers in jobs harmful to public health or morality or to the dignity of the Republic of the Philippines
* Obstructing or attempting to obstruct inspection by the Secretary of Labor and Employment or by his duly authorized representative
* Substituting or altering to the prejudice of the worker, employment contracts approved and verified by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) from the time of actual signing thereof by the parties up to and including the period of the expiration of the same without the approval of the DOLE.
* Withholding or denying travel documents from applicant workers before departure for monetary or financial considerations other than those authorized under the labor code
* Failure to actually deploy worker(s) without valid reasons as determined by the Department of Labor and Employment
* Failure to reimburse expenses incurred by the worker in connection with his documentation and processing for purposes of deployment, in cases where the deployment does not actually take place without the worker’s fault.


File your complaints at:
Legal Assistance Division

Anti-Illegal Recruitment Branch, 4th Floor, POEA Building or the nearest POEA/DOLE regional office; NBI, PNP, Police Authorities in your area.

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Compliments

A compliment is a beautiful thing. It has the ability to make us shine from the inside..., letting us know we're on the right track with something, it also communicates that someone noticed. This can be a powerful validation, especially when given by our partner.

To increase the communication and rapport with your partner, you'll find ways to take a few minutes to notice what your partner is doing right and let them know.

Look for one thing each day that your partner has done or handled well. Make sure to make a comment on it.

For example, "I noticed that you works our house and gardens great. Nice job!" or "You really do a great job. I really appreciate the extra effort you give."

Take note of a few routine cycles your partner does throughout the week. Leave a note where they would usually do the task telling them how well they do it.

Each day make some comment on their appearance or how you feel about them. For example, "You look great today." "That cologne smells wonderful." "You're handsome/sexy!"

If you have time, write them a letter or a note inside of a card sharing the things you appreciate and feel lucky for. Mail it or leave it in a spot they will find and can read privately.

Have a wonderful relationship to us all.... mwaah!! mwaaahh!!

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Thursday, April 3, 2008

More Days to COUNT

I would like to share some exciting journey of my visa application..., a friend from Montana adviced us to call NVC after 2 or 3 weeks. I remind my asawa to call NVC today so we will know what we are going to do next.

Luckily, i have MNL Case # so more days or months to count....,but at least they process my visa application for me to have an appointment for medical and interview in manila. Praying for my approval pretty soon i hope.


Mostly of us says "Love Conquers all" hmmmm in many ways and i want the people know that my love really exist the best i can.

I'm getting closer to you loverboy so get ready lol LOVE YAH!!!

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Six habits of happily married couples

HABIT #1 - GIVE EACH OTHER PLEASURE

Happily married couples are committed to the goal of giving each other pleasure. You must stay focused on the ultimate goal -- which is to give each other pleasure and not cause pain. It sounds simple enough, but can be very hard in practice.

For just one day, try to maintain a consciousness with everything you do, by asking yourself, "Is what I'm about to do or say going to cause my spouse pain or pleasure?"

To monitor how you're doing, each of you should make two lists: One for all the things your spouse does to cause you pain, and another which identifies what you would like your spouse to do to give you pleasure. Swap lists, and now you know exactly what to do and what not to do. No more mind reading!


HABIT #2 - CREATE MUTUALLY SATISFYING LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP RITUALS

Rituals are habits that build and strengthen a relationship. One couple had the following "greeting ritual" at night when the husband came home:

He would first greet the dog and hug the kids. Then he would go into his bedroom, change his clothes, and watch the news, followed by a visit to the bathroom. Finally he would wander into the kitchen and mutter something to his wife, for example, "Let's eat fast so we can get to the PTA meeting!"

One might say that such a ritual was not exactly increasing their love for each other.

How are your greeting and goodbye rituals?


So after watching how their dog greeted them every time they came home, this couple decided to come up with a new ritual. Elated dogs jump all over their masters and lick them. So they decided to greet each other like dogs. They started jumping up and down and hugging each other. They really got into it. They had fun and the kids got a kick out it, too.

Our actions affect the way we feel. How are your greeting and good-bye rituals?

Here are some rituals you and your spouse should consider working on:

* Daily e-mailing each other with a compliment.

* Daily phone call. (especially important for husbands to do)

* Anniversaries deserve special attention. Plan to do something both of you really enjoy, rather than feeling stuck two days before your anniversary arrives and then running out to get some flowers.

* Before you turn in for the night, try saying two compliments to each other. This means coming up with something new each night!

* It is essential to have a "date night" at least every other week.


HABIT #3 - CREATE A SAFE PLACE TO DISCUSS ISSUES OPENLY AND HONESTLY

Abusive relationships are ones in which you are afraid to express feelings and opinions. Happily married couples create a sense of safety that allows each person to feel comfortable expressing his/her feelings, problems, and dissatisfactions. This sense of safety is the foundation upon which a couple negotiates things that are bothering them.

It's common for each person to come into a relationship with certain expectations about how things will be. But without the ability to communicate and negotiate, these issues become sources for power struggles that almost always damage the relationship.

HABIT #4 - USE GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO RESOLVE HOT ISSUES

The technique that every couple must learn is called the "listener-speaker technique." The problem with the way most couples argue is that they try to find solutions before fully giving each other the chance to say what they need to say. The speaker-listener technique ensures that before you can engage in solution talk, each person feels they have been fully heard.

Only after each person has been fully heard, do you proceed to problem solving.


Here's how it works: One person holds an object in their hand which symbolizes that he or she has the floor. While one person has the floor, the other person can only listen by repeating back or paraphrasing what the other person said. The listener can stop the speaker if s/he is saying too much for the listener to repeat back.

When couples use this technique, it automatically ensures that each person will be able to say everything s/he needs to say without interruption, rebuttals, criticism or attack. Only after each person has been fully "heard," do you then proceed to problem solving.


HABIT #5 - CONSTANTLY TURN TOWARD EACH OTHER, RATHER THAN AWAY


When you pass your spouse sitting at her desk doing some work, do you stop and rub her shoulders, give her a kiss on the cheek, and whisper something nice in her ear -- or do you just walk on by? This is the meaning of "turning toward" as opposed to "turning away."

Happily married couples have ways to constantly be emotionally close to each other.


Marriage research shows that happily married couples do a lot of turning toward each other whenever they get the chance. They look for ways to be physically and emotionally close to each other. Turning toward each other means making each other your number one priority.

Another important aspect of turning toward each other is doing things together that you both enjoy. Taking walks together, drinking coffee together after dinner, learning Torah together, and listening to music together, are all examples of how couples turn toward each other.

A powerful way to turn toward each other is to show the ultimate respect -- by standing when your spouse enters the room. Sounds old-fashioned? It is. But it's a powerful way to turn toward your spouse, make him/her feel very special.

Couples who "turn away" from each other don't develop closeness. It's a basic principle stated in the Talmud, "A good deed begets another good deed. A bad deed begets another bad deed."


HABIT #6 - INFUSE YOUR LIVES WITH SHARED MEANING


I often ask singles the following question: "After you're married, what do you plan to do for the next 40 years?" And I usually follow-up by saying, "And besides having fun, what else will you do with each other?"

The ultimate in meaning is to share a common philosophy of life purpose.


Human beings need meaning like we need water. Happily married couples enrich their relationship by sharing meaningful experiences with each other. The ultimate in meaning is to share a common philosophy of life and life purpose. This is why couples who observe Shabbat together, and learn Torah together, have great sources of meaning built into their lives.

Some other specific ways of infusing your relationship with meaning are visiting the sick together, making a shiva call together, or preparing a meal together for a mother who just gave birth.

When couples share truly meaningful experiences, they bond on a deeper level.

These six habits may seem small, but when practiced intentionally and consistently, they will form the backbone of a deeply fulfilling marriage.

******** ty dqq ******

Saturday, March 29, 2008

TSA responds to Nipple Ring Complaint

The TSA said friday in a statement on its Website that the officers properly followed procedures, but that the procedures must change. In the future passengers can either allow a visual inspection of their piercings, or remove them, the agency said.

The statement stopped short of apologizing to Hamlin.

TSA acknowledges that our procedures caused difficulty for the passenger involved and regret the situation she found herself, "the agency said in a statement. We appreciate her raising awareness on this issue and we are changing procedures to ensure that this does not happen again. "

Hamlin's attorney said she accepted the TSA statement as an apology and commended the agency for taking quick action. The policy change is " an achievement for the protection of passenger's civil right while meeting the security goals of the TSA, Gloria Allred said.

Complaint to TSA



Mandi Hamlin, right, who claims a Transportation Security Administration agent forced her to remove a nipple ring with pliers in order to board an airplane.
Demonstrate what she was asked to do by the TSA during a news conference thursday, March 27,2008 in Los Angeles, as her atty. Gloria allred looks on.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

USCIS Approval




Yaaaaahoooo we finally approved from USCIS last March 13th 2008.

Thank You GOD

Monday, March 3, 2008

Long distance marriage???

Marriage is a challenge even with the best circumstances. if you are already not spending time together or having much(( S..)) i am afraid the move will make you grow further apart and either one could start to look for support outside the marriage.

Long distance marriage is NEVER easy but sometimes, things happen that you don't have any control over however, it will only work if you both feel good about it. If the two of you have questions or concern and doubts, I suggest that you don't do it. Is a good job opportunity really worth the risk of your marriage? If not...I know it's hard to live paycheck by paycheck. If it was me, I would rather live that way than to be separated from my husband. If I had doubts about it...I wouldn't do it. To me, it just wouldn't be worth it.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

I'm glad you're my FRIEND!


Live today to the fullest because tomorrow is not promised.
"What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others." ~Pericles


Monday, February 25, 2008

for the lovers/engaged/couples

Emotions are a tricky area in relationships. What you might consider harmless could cause a serious upset with your partner. It's best to get an idea of how each person reacts to situations early on in the relationship. When you are both answering these questions, take care to answer honestly and listen honestly. The point is to develop a better understanding of how each other's mind works. And if really getting worst tell your partner let's discuss that later make love of me first LOL

Saturday, February 23, 2008

You don't like her/his friends???!!!

Well, you can always work through little quirks here and there, but if her/his friends' behavior bugs you now, it will really REALLY bite you later. Your environment, your style, and the people who surround you may not define you (her or him) completely. On one hand, we shouldn't judge a book by it's cover, but on the other, these are reflections and insights to who you are. If you don't mind having others subconsciously associating you with that behavior and they will....then, stay. Otherwise, leave it as friends and walk off into a different sunset. There really are high quality women or men out there. It took me a while to realize it, but you don't have settle.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

damaged had been done

myflower replied to us -----

Dear Valued Customer:I am sorry for the delay. The flowers were processed in time and sent for delivery on the 14th. The delay must have happened because flights were delayed, or transport from the courier's hub to Ozamis was delayed too. Thus, when the flowers got to your recipient, it was already wilted. I regret any inconvenience, disappointment or damage these has caused you. The volume of orders for Valentine's day was just too much, and we were flooded with inquiries, emails and questions. I know it is not an excuse for our delay in answering your emails or inquiries. But please understand that our manpower was not enough to give each customer due attention. For these, I am sorry for the lapse in service. Allow us to make it up to you by sending her a new bouquet of flowers, as a sign of our deep regret and sincerity. We hope for your kind understanding. Sincerely,paulaFlower Depot ( their reply to my husband )

Dear Valued Customer:We are very sorry that the flowers arrived in bad condition. Due to the volume of orders this Valentine's Day, we were not able to give you top quality service. We apologize for the lapse in service. We will be sending you a complimentary bouquet of flowers, as a sign of our deep regret and sincerity.Hoping for your kind understanding,PaulaFlower Depot ( reply to my mail )

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Bad Experienced

Just a story about myflowerdepot ~~ my partner wanted to surprised me with flowers on valentine's day but it was him who got surprised and felt frustrated and mad of what he had seen with the flowers i got.

He ordered 2 dozens of red roses with hugging teddy bears before cut-off dates. He was tracking where is the item it always said : on processing.

Several times he sent them an e-mails and he even try to send them offline messages for the site they have there but the yahoo messenger they have were invisible each time he visited there. So my partner contacted them using his phone but the number they have their just keep on ringing and no one answering his call in many attempts he tried.

Now, if u have to look at their site u can see all are the positive comments well, it is fine...., i know that is for the better service so they will get more profit in their business. What i am trying to say here is : we trusted their site knowing that they will satisfy us of what kind of service they can offer cause we are paying for it so if they cannot met their service due to some circumstances they better inform the person who ordered flowers from them with their reasons whats going on.

I had pictures of the flowers forwarded to my partner incase he is going to use that as a proof. I am using that flowers too to my friends online and they knew how bad it was.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Caught Someone Is Cheating.........

Every guy I know (friends, family and past lovers) believes in denying it until the grave, unless you actually catch them red-handed. Some will, even then, attempt to deny it. I asked a guy friend why men deny it even when there's proof. His answer? Because they don't want to live with the thought that you have the "power" of a confession hanging over their heads. He said it puts the man in a diminished position and he'd rather deal with the consequences of lieing than give his mate the ability to remind him of his indiscretion. Sounds quirky right? I think so too but that's your answer straight from the horse's mouth!

But for me caught in the act and say nothing when someone is cheating and show your face how disappointed you are. PEACE!!!

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Kiss Me!!!

Just wanted to greet you guys happy valentine's!!! may your heart full of love..... in return, i want to know where u going to kiss your special someone LOL

lemme start:

of course no1 else ---- to the man made my life complete a SMACK for you!!! the rest of it when i am in our home. Love you bunches.

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Valentine's Day

Why do we celebrate VALENTINE'S DAY!!!??? We celebrate Valentine's Day, because until 1969, it was one of the many Saint's Days observed by the Catholic Church. It was dedicated to the patron saint of romantic causes, St. Valentine.

Roman paganism have allowed it to continue as a holiday for everyone.

The root of the holiday is showing how martyr is someone in the name of LOVE. It is not bad to love unless it won't ruin individuals life. Some people says LOVE is Happiness. But for me its a matter of many sacrifices to make it work.

Love for the family, friends, and to our partner will be a 100%. But when someone abuses what we have shown to them, be on guard for ourself not being used by anyone. Yes, LOVE is a matter of many sacrifices but we must know the boundaries . When it is time to lead our heart's back home do it.

Experiences made us a better person......,so people don't afraid to show how much u LOVE someone but never expect how much they love u back for love is given freely in no conditions like what God shown his LOVE to all of us. Happy Valentine's To All of Us!!!

to my partner --- you u are being loved
to my family ---- loved is always there
to my friends ---- thanks for the love

God Bless Us All...... until, next post. Happy heart's Day mwaaaaahhhh!!!

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Check your attitudes :

1. Aggressiveness - demeanor toward people.
- - - - friendly,courteous,thoughtful ( sociable )
- - - - aggressive, impolite, tactless ( dangerous )

2. Control Attitudes - mechanisms by which we influence others.
- - - - persuasive, conciliatory, submissive, gentle, yielding
- - - - domineering, punitive, forceful, stubborn

3. Dependability - factors that affect trust in others.
- - - - dependable, trusting, honest, truthful
- - - - unreliable, suspicious, dishonest, liar

4. Egocentrism - our degree of selfishness.
- - - - generous, humble, forgiving, modest
- - - - greedy, arrogant, resentful, proud

5. Emotional expression - our ways of expressing feelings.
- - - - congenial, funny, extroverted, talkative
- - - - inhibited, serious, shy, introverted

6. Fairness - how we judge others.
- - - - appreciative, impartial, tolerant
- - - - ungrateful, biased, intolerant

7. Leadership - how we interact in a group.
- - - - brave, leader, independent
- - - - fearful, follower, dependent

8. Physical appearance - how we view ourselves physically.
- - - - attractive, stylish, tidy
- - - - ugly, disheveled, untidy

9. Regard for Rules - obedience for the laws of society
- - - - ethical, honest, law-abiding
- - - - unethical, dishonest, criminal

10.Team Spirit - how we fit in society.
- - - - social, family-oriented, patriotic
- - - - antisocial, loner, anarchist

Sunday, February 3, 2008

TAKE TIME



Take time to think;
it is the source of power.

Take time to read;
it is the foundation of wisdom.

Take time to play;
it is the secret to staying young.

Take time to be quite;
it is the opportunity to seek God.

Take time to be aware;
it is the opportunity to help others.

Take time to love and be loved;
it is God's greatest gift.

Take time to laugh;
it is the music of the soul.

Take time to be friendly;
it is the road of happiness.

Take time to dream;
it is what the future is made of.

Take time to pray;
it is the greatest power on earth.



-Author Unknown-

Thursday, January 31, 2008

LIFE is.......

Sometime it is hard to think why life is too confusing....,why we need to bare a cross?? why life is like a roller coaster? and why we can't just be happy for all the time that we want to be?

Most of the funny people are the people u who got problems and lonely in their real life. Sometime, I can't imagine how they handle it to themselves.

The example of these situations are the comedians on stage who foreplay to make the audience smiled and laughed.

In my case, people doesn't know the other side of my life and if they do..., not all of them.And I choose to stay that way. To my partner and true friends thanks for being there.

For those who doesn't know someone don't judge right away. Life is full of strange ups and down so if someone wanting help, listen to them and understand them so in the moment u need to be understood they will care for you.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

I call you my FRIEND....

Often we met our friends through acquaintance, in the neighborhood or in school and in working environment we belong. A type of  friend we seek, are those who are willing to listen our flaws and accomplishments. A friend who are there in our ups and down. A friend that doesn't tolerate but advices us the right direction when we are lost.

It may be strange but I truly believed in the popular statement that " No man is an Island". I mean each of us needs a friend whom we can lean on in time of troubles, obstacles or any down time we maybe facing.  We also need a friend to share our happy moments as we bond or when we have the chance to discuss about it.

You can now ask yourself if you truly have a friend because I already found mine.






Sunday, January 20, 2008

Viva Pit Senyor!!!


To all devotee of our sacred Señior Sto. Niño..... Viva Pit Senyor!!!

Happy Fiesta Cebu City and to all City that celebrate his holiness. God Bless Us all!!!

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Detoxify A Bad Relationship


Step OneBe open minded, and always keep the channel of healthy communication.

Step Two
Accept, your partner's uniqueness. Do not try to re-arrange their personality make-up, as means of controlling them, allow your partner to express individuality.

Step Three
Agree to Disagree, in facing conflict in a relationship, respect your
partner ability to express their gripes, this should be handled with tact and dignity.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Life is Short

Does everyone of us believed the existence of God??? I hope so. Many people says if there are God why we need to suffer in many ways while we are alive? Unbeliever wanted easy way while people who believed in God simply understand that problems are there for us to get closer to God.

So if we can stand for longer hours on the net why can't we even glance words of God in a few minutes from his book??? Why can't we pray for the blessings are other stuff that life we have??? So sad but most of human rather spent money in the shopping mall than giving her/his 10% share to God.

Life is so short, and I would be glad if each of us can share a great life to others in which God is the center of our lives. Have a blessed day to all.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Great Man & Great Husband

Enjoy pleasing her. Women like to be appreciated even after you've married them. To do so well, be a well-rounded, pleasing person yourself. 

Have as your goal for each small interaction of your day, to leave her with a good feeling. Be supportive. Be considerate. Be kind.

Try to understand her needs. A woman likes nothing more than an understanding and an equally compromising husband. 

Tell her you love her when you hang up the phone with her, leave her, and generally as much as possible without being annoying or cheapening the phrase. You never know when your time is up so always remember to make sure she knows how much you love her!

Always greet your wife with a hug and kiss that says that you're happy to see her and do the same when you leave her to say you will miss her.

Find new ways to express your love other than with kisses and the words "I love you." Tell her what you love about her, what makes her special, what you appreciate. This will help your love to grow as well as hers.

Be her greatest supporter. Be someone she knows that she can always count on. Be there for her when she has had a long day. Listen to her with attentive eyes and ears. Back her up "100" percent! Be prepared to talk with her about how she feels, (and, yes, how you feel, too).

Talk to her about things that interest you, too - don't worry too much that she'll be bored - she'll be thrilled that you want to share your hobbies with her. If possible, try to find an aspect of your interest that she can join in with (if she doesn't already). The efforts you make to help her enjoy what you enjoy will pay off enormously!

Nurture your wife. Little things go a long way! For example, making breakfast, making her coffee/cocoa, giving her back rubs - anything to make her feel comfy and loved. Mutual service promotes mutual respect.

Give her space. Let's face it, we can't be face to face 24 hours a day. We all need our alone time, even if it's for just 10 minutes, if you give her that respect, she will do the same for you but on the flip side always make sure you give her enough time alone with you. Most relationships call for at least 2 times a week having a few hours together alone.

Understand that your personal relationship should be more important to you than your other family members, work etc. Treat her as such. If you're worried about looking independent in front of them, then talk with your wife and set clear expectations about what decisions you can make without each other, and what decisions must absolutely be discussed. But also, ask yourself why you feel you should look independent instead of married. It may not be hard to say "Let me talk this over with my other half".

Wash the dishes- use the power tools together.

Don't show her even the mildest forms of contempt. Contempt is poison in a relationship. You don't have to act like you like what she said or did, but do not take on an attitude of superiority, even subtly in passing, such as momentary smirking, sighs of disgust or eye-rolling. Such gestures, though seemingly insignificant, are actually deeply dis-confirming, especially over time.

The way you naturally act towards her should subtly validate her as a person, even when you do not understand or agree with her.

Be honest! Nothing will destroy a relationship faster than dishonesty. Even if its a little lie, or not telling her where you're going, or that you're going at all it really causes disconnection. You both feel it. SO just don't lie. ALWAYS tell her the truth.

Thursday, January 10, 2008

To be a Great WIFE

  1. Enjoy pleasing him. Laughter keeps a marriage strong.
    Men like to be appreciated even after you've married them. To do so, be a well-rounded, pleasing person yourself.
  2. Have as your goal for each small interaction of your day, to leave him with a good feeling. Be supportive. Be nice. Be kind.
  3. Listen to his day and share yours. Being married also means being intimate. Intimacy does not exclusively involve sex. Intimacy is listening to one another and feeling comfortable enough to tell one another anything.
  4. Support him and try to understand his needs, a man likes nothing more than an understanding and an equally compromising wife.
  5. Don't show him even the mildest forms of contempt. Contempt is poison in a relationship. It is fine to disagree with him, but do not take on an attitude of superiority, even subtly in passing, such as momentary smirking, sighs of disgust or eye-rolling.
  6. Don't do everything for him, but do things for him often. Don't let yourself be taken for granted, though! And more importantly, don't take him for granted.
  7. Don't be too insecure. Putting yourself down in front of him is another way of insulting his taste in women. If he is with you, it's because he wants to be. He will find you sexy even if you don't feel like you, if you act the part. Remember that attitude and willingness are large parts of being sexy.
  8. Keep your sex life interesting. Be willing to try new things and discuss them--don't just turn them down immediately if he suggests something you don't find appealing. This may make him feel rejected and lose interest in you. At least be willing to discuss it, and perhaps try it, but never do anything you are uncomfortable with after discussing it with him. Also, don't be afraid to discuss anything you might be interested in.
  9. Expect the best from him, too. If he wants to be treated well then he needs to do the same for you. You aren't his doormat!
  10. Don't expect the moon. Do not expect your husband to exactly To Be A Great Husband". He needs to keep trying, you need to keep trying, but neither of you is perfect. Unmet expectations tend to frustrate everyone. However, if you both plan on giving seventy percent of what is required to make the marriage work, you will always be covered, even when one of you comes up a little short.
  11. Give each other space. Go out with your friends. Let him do the same.
  12. Love him, care for him when he's sick and needs help. Don't obsess over him, but don't leave him entirely to himself. He does need love, just like you do, and many men especially appreciate attention when they are unwell.
  13. Compliment your husband. Everyone likes compliments, but you have to mean them.
  14. Every so often remind him that no one can take better care of him like you can (even though he relies on his mother or grand-mother from time to time and don't get offended by that).
  15. Sense of humor is always best - find his inner child,laugh and relax with him.
  16. Teach your children how to honor and respect him (by doing so yourself). If u got kids in time.
  17. Don't be afraid to challenge him (if you know that you know that you know). He'll find it sexy that you're willing to show him your strengths.
  18. When life gets difficult and you are not getting along as well as you would like, find his "love language" and speak it abundantly. Give him gifts, encourage him, make love, whatever it may be. You may even want to do something a little different. Most men have higher sex drives than women, so you adjust accordingly
  19. If you want something done, speak his love language and ask for the thing you want only once, give him space, and it will be done if it is at all possible.


Show that u truly LOVE your PARTNER

1. Expand your love to include yourself. This may sound contrary to the objective, but you can't really love your partner fully until you love the parts of yourself that you previously believed are unlovable. This doesn't have to happen overnight, but each day, you might spend ten minutes loving yourself the way that you want to love your partner. Follow the steps below and apply them to yourself as well. As you increase your love for yourself, your love for your partner will grow even deeper.

2. Find out your partner's preferred "Love Language." Do they know you love them when you speak words of love? Or maybe they feel loved by your actions? Some people feel loved by receiving little gifts, and others by the amount of time that is spent with them. Each are great ways of loving, but finding out your partner's preference will enable you to love them in ways that are particularly valuable to them.


3. Speak your love. Clear communication will let your partner know how much you love them. Speaking from your experience is a way of sharing yourself so that your partner can hear it. You might say, "My heart expands when you walk into the room" or "I think about you throughout my day, and each time I do, I smile." Say whatever is true for you. Remember that actions often speak louder than words; don't just say something, do something.

4. Show your love through your actions, such as drawing a bath, giving a massage, doing the dishes, or writing a poem. Choose an action that appeals to you as well as your partner! If you're doing something you don't want to do, no matter how much you love your partner, this will show.

5. Spend time being present with your partner. (This is often the least used, but the most powerful form of loving.) Turn off the phone, the TV, computer, and the radio and sit together allowing yourselves to experience each other without words. Being present with one another allows for total acceptance, and expands the love that you both feel.

6. Appreciate yourself and your partner. Successful relationships have a five to one ratio of appreciations to criticisms. Notice things big and small about your partner that you really value, and say them out loud.

7. Speak the truth. Telling your partner the truth is a loving thing to do because it shows trust and respect, and it creates a deep connection. If you want to share the depth of your love, but don't know how, it's all right to say exactly that. If you're scared you'll do it wrong, then state that. The truth doesn't have to be positive to be meaningful. It just needs to be true for you. Show your spouse unconditional acceptance. Abandon expectations and love them no matter what they do. Expressions of disappointment and disapproval of your spouse arise out of unmet expectations and undermine your efforts to build a mutually satisfying and safe environment.



Monday, January 7, 2008

Online dating scams most men are victimized

I just wanted to notify you of a type of scam that is going on with some of the dating sites. A guy starts communicating with a "woman" (the pictures are attractive). Initial contact between victim and scam artist is to take the step in starting a relationship.The artist then explains that they are in another country (usually Africa: Nigeria or Mali, but England is also being used), and that they will not be returning to the States or any place for another two weeks.The artists may even send more pictures to the victim's e-mail address to "legitimize" cooperation of starting a relationship.Upon finding out more information about the "nice looking woman" -- her parents died in a tragic accident and she has no family or friends who can help her stateside, or she was abandoned by her previous boyfriend in said country with no money to get home.

After all, you barely know these "women." Be aware!!! And once you tell them that you cannot help them with any kind of financial help, contact almost always ceases. Sometimes the sad story includes a jewelry merchant selling diamonds and needing the PayPal account for their clients to deposit money in a secure American account that will yield a better profit for the jewelry company. It sounded too sketchy right??? and recognized it for the scam factor. Just tell them that you have heard their story before, and then they stop contact.Luckily, have an option to report abuse, and do your best to report each case.

Take a note : Some of the women in the Philippines too are scamming, they going to tell you they are single even they are married and some gays, pretend to be a woman to get money from their victims.

Hint : Internet is the best way finding the right partner you want to be but be smart to detect who is scamming and who is not.

I hope this will help others who are a bit more gullible .

Sunday, January 6, 2008

How to Understand and Deal with JEALOUSY

Being jealous is like having incurable disease, very toxic and triggers bad attitude. And the only solution to it is to educate yourself, understand and deal with it.

Jealousy is very common problem it could be jealous about life achievements or relationships or material things that someone possess.

Honestly, if the person got jealous they can unleash bad moves or do the impossible thing and the big question how to understand and deal with it?

The answer to these question are simple; You must know your worth. I mean, all of us has flaws and if we wanted to be successful in life, relationship and other thing we really have to strive using own formula and if it doesn't work according to what we wanted to happen, I suggest you ask and learn from someone who been successful before you. Challenge yourself and stop being jealous.








Saturday, January 5, 2008

Does Age Really Matter???

In my opinion, age only matter when you are going to tell me that you fall in love with minors. That is insane, please find someone of legal age or wait such person reach his or her legal age.

Use your brain power to have a proper relationship whom both parties agreed when does age really matter. And always remember that; LOVE is patient, LOVE is not selfish and True LOVE prevails in fate and in God's willing.

Lastly, relationship with LOVE, RESPECT, TRUST and SECURITY absolutely will last forever.


Thursday, January 3, 2008

Journey of LOVE

We are a stranger of our own life as we walk daily. In my life I have never dreamed nor interested with a western guy to be a partner in life's journey. What I remembered before was I am too focus of my job and my family but never I have thought of having a partner abroad.

During those days my ultimate goal is to help my family and I did. I really was not paying attention of myself in the future.

To make my story short: I learned computers from the helped on my dear cousin so as a payback when he requested me to watched his internet cafe I said yes then I started talking different individuals for long period of time. And I noticed someone is consistent and determined of marrying me.It was last December of 2005 we first chatted and got married in April 2007.

A distance relationship is the waiting game specially if there is visa involved but what matter to us is our love of each other and everything will be alright.

To my readers : LOVE EXIST!!! There maybe false relationship but in time you will understand that someone is destiny to someone in due time. And what works for my husband and I was a twist and power of electronic connectivity we called "COMPUTER".


Thank you so much readers.

Cil

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"The Best Things About Being Filipinos”

1. yelling pssst……huuy at a gathering of pinoys and watching everyone turn around

2. being able to cook rice without the measuring cup

3. cooking rice and having it come out perfect (not too wet or dry) after you measured just the right amount of water by using the “finger method”

4. the smell of hot, fresh pandesal in a Filipino bakery store

5. the smell at the pilipino store (whoa, i feel dizzy)

6. getting a glimpse at the look on your white neighbors’ faces when they get a whiff of the tuyo moms just cooked

7. getting anything free

8. having relatives who you’ve never met visit and getting $40

9. new slippers

10. mango and bagoong (who would’ve thought)

11. receiving bootleg polo or guess shirts as presents

12. opening a new bottle of patis

13. bypassing the limit on sale 2-liter soda by bringing your whole family to the store to buy 4 each

14. crashing a pilipino association picnic at some park and getting yo’grub on….if questioned….claim your mom’s name is baby..or dad’s is boy

15. drinking alak with foods like raw goat or edible beef bile

16. soup with beef tripe

17. getting polvoron candies from friends who were vacationing in P.I.

18. tocino with newly cooked rice

19. rice

20. having a mini plantation of out-of-the-ordinary vegetables like upo and chayote and ampalaya

21. going to someone’s house who does have a mini plantation and getting vegetables for free

22. watching Filipino uncles suck the brains out of the bangus head

23. eating ox tail, beef tripe, green veggies in a peanut butter broth with fried bagoong on the side…(kare kare) [what were they thinkin’?]

24. singing minus-1 vilma santos songs

25. seeing the excitement in the faces of your aunties and uncles as they dance the electric slide, macarena, or any other type of line dances

26. pointing with your lips

27. at parties being told incessantly that you are big now…and asked how many boy/girlfriends do you have??

28. flirting with opposite gender by raising your eyebrows rapidly

29. the ability to feel the underside of a mahjong tile and knowing the character just by touch….(oooh that’s skill)

30. one word… DINUGUAN!

31. tripping over shoes and slippers in the front of your house.

32. explaining to your white friends why your front door looks like a Foot Locker.

33. burning your f—ing tongue on freshly fried lumpia

34. Watching Filipino movies AND understanding them

35. talking sh-t about people in tagalog or Filipino language of your choice

36. that cool smell in the house after your parents fry fish

37. plastic outdoor runners INSIDE the house…looks cooool man!

38. SPAM, CORNED BEEF, and VIENNA SAUSAGE, the gourmet meats of Filipinos!!!

39. SPAM, CORNED BEEF, or VIENNA SAUSAGES on sale, and buying them by the case loads

40. when your parents come home from the commissary (groceries bought at mass quantities at a time)

41. desserts from “goldilocks”

42. eating solely with the use of your hands (no need for utensils)

43. that comfortable feeling you get by eating with your hands, having one foot rest on the chair you’re sitting on, and using that bent knee as support/balance for your elbow

44. taking food home from a party

45. going to a relative’s/Filipino friend’s house and their parents offer you food (ie. snacks, a meal, a drink) …actually they don’t offer it, they just kinda give it to you and you take it out of respect and to be polite (but you know you’re really hungry)

46. BALUT!! (mmmm..Yummy!)

47. being exposed to harsh weather (ie. rain, wind, snow, etc.) and your high aqua net hair sprayed hair is still in place (think back to those high hair old school days)

48. bibingka…hot or cold

49. arrozcaldo on a cold, rainy day

50. when an uncle offers you a beer

51. That sound you make when you run in slippers

52. turning over them plastic runners and watching a family member walk over the spikey side (ouch…hahaha)’


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Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Highest Paying Jobs in USA

Highest-Paying Jobs in the USDo what you love and the money will follow is great in theory, but the truth of the matter is, certain jobs and fields simply pay more. The Bureau of Labor Statistics National Compensation Survey showed, for example, that white-collar earnings, which averaged $21.85 per hour, were the highest among occupational groups. Blue-collar pay averaged $15.03 per hour, while the hourly pay of service occupations averaged just $10.40. The jobs that pay the most require at least a four-year college degree. According to the most recent data from the Employment Policy Foundation, the nation’s 12 top-paying jobs -- and the mean annual income reported in 2003 for each -- were: Top Paying Jobs Overall
Physicians and surgeons -- $147,000
Aircraft pilots -- $133,500
Chief executives -- $116,000
Electrical and electronic engineers -- $112,000
Lawyers and judges -- $99,800
Dentists -- $90,000
Pharmacists -- $85,500
Management analysts -- $84,700
Computer and information system managers -- $83,000
Financial analysts, managers and advisors -- $84,000
Marketing and sales managers -- $80,000
Education administrators -- $80,000 Though many of these occupations require an advanced degree, there are jobs at every education level that pay more than other jobs for workers with similar levels of schooling. Here, courtesy of the Employment Policy Foundation, is a look at the best-paying occupations at varying education levels: Top Paying Jobs That Do Not Require a High School Degree These jobs tend to require substantial on-the-job training and work experience rather than formal education and schooling:
Industrial production managers -- $36,000
Bailiffs, correctional officers and jailers -- $36,400
Drafters -- $36,000
Construction manager -- $33,600
Electricians -- $31,900 Top Paying Jobs for High School Graduates These occupations emphasize work experience and on-the-job training rather than formal education:
Computer software engineers -- $58,900
Computer/information systems managers -- $56,400
Computer programmers -- $55,000
Network systems and data communications analysts -- $49,000
General and operations managers -- $48,000
Database, network and computer systems administrators -- $48,000 Top Paying Jobs for a Two-Year College Degree The following jobs tend to be technical in nature, emphasizing skills developed on the job as well as job-specific training and certifications:
Healthcare practitioners -- $66,000
Business analysts -- $58,000
Electrical and electronic engineers -- $57,000
Mechanical engineers -- $56,800
General and operations managers -- $54,000
Computer and information systems managers -- $50,400

source : CareerBuilder

In love at first sight

You've probably heard the pick up line, "Do you believe in love at first sight or should I walk by again?"

"Deep Lovers" -- men who fall in love madly at first contact, tend to firmly believe in love at first sight. And the problem is that they believe in it so much that every woman they frequent become the "love of their life", I'm not saying that these men have a false sense of what love is, but they do have a blurred sense of what instantaneous true love represents.

Above that, many become blind and only take the sexy curves and crystal eyes into account, forgetting the she can turn out to be a jealous gal or vengeful vixen or both. These men don't see beyond the too tight tommy tank top.

Come on, if you keep saying that every woman you date is your match made in heaven after only one encounter, then you're diminishing the effect., or should I walk by again?

Honestly, just say clear my way, I'm heading that way! hahaha

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

BEAUTY TIPS

For dark spots problem

1 avocado
2 tbsp of virgin coconut oil

Direction: mix avocado with 2 tbsp of virgin coconut oil, Mixed it well. Rubbed in on the problem area such as knees and elbow. Let it stay for 10 mins then rinse after. For best result apply it twice daily.


For under arm problem

1 pipino
6 tbsp of calamansi juice or lemon juice

Direction: Peel pipino and then finely chopped. Add 6tbsp of calamansi juice or lemon juice to the affected area. Rubbed it gently and let it stay for 10 to 15 mins rinse after. For best result apply it twice daily.


For under arm problem

Fresh milk
Cotton

Direction: Soaked cotton on fresh milk. Rubbed it gently on the under arm area in a circular motion. Let it stay for 15 mins , rinse after. For best result apply it twice daily.


For blemishes problem

Oat meal
Lukewarm water
Milk

Direction: Mixed oat meal with lukewarm water. Add just the right amount of milk enough to make the oatmeal sticky. Rubbed it gently to the face and let it stay for 15 mins, rinse it after. For best result apply it daily before going to bed.


How to get tanned without the exposing yourself to sunlight

1 c fresh coffee bean
1/4 c virgin coconut oil

Direction: In a blender mixed 1 c of fresh coffee bean with 1/4 c of virgin coconut oil. Mixed it well, apply just the right amount all over the body. Rubbed it gently till all parts had been evenly applied. Let it stay for 15 to 30 mins. Rinse it well after. It does not only make your skin tan but it also exfoliates the skin. For best result apply it daily till you get the right skin color you wanted.


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