I am currently having a hard time logging in to my email accounts and blogs for some reasons like: Busy building our own house. It’s been a month already since we started building our own house in Hinunangan- Southern Leyte. I designed it myself and I personally supervised the workers in building this house. Slow […]
I already heard a lot of predictions made by pastors, religious group leaders, and self-proclaimed prophets regarding the time and date of the judgement day or the second coming of Christ which is also called as the damnation day or the end of the world.
I learned from the TV Patrol News of the ABS-CBN that Friendster will be deleting the photos and other materials and data posted by its users into its social networking site because Friendster will be evolving from a networking site to a new and different service. And because of this, Friendster users are advised to download their photos from Friendster to their PC or transfer the pictures from Friendster to other networking sites like MySpace, Facebook and others.
I thought the Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao versus Sugar Shane Mosley fight would entertain me just like the previous fights of Pacquiao against Ricky Hatton, Juan Manuel Marquez, Miguel Cotto, Marco Antonio Barerra, and other Mexican fighters. But the boxing fight of Pacquiao last Sunday (Saturday night in Las Vegas) is simply boring.
Today’s the second birthday anniversary of our son Carl Justine. We don’t have birthday party for him because we can’t afford for it. But just for his birthday memory, we prepared a birthday cake.
The birthday cake was made by Lourdez Eatery here in Hinunangan – Southern Leyte. The same eatery which served us food during our wedding last June 20, 2008. The taste of the cake was not as good as those cake made by Red Ribbon. Not even as good as the cake made by Panny’s Bakeshop in Maasin City. But I was contented with its design.
My wife and I, along with our son, Carl Justine, attended the second grand reunion of the Laplana Clan which held in Malitbog, Southern Leyte.
Actually, we attended only two of the activities of the reunion: The motorcade and the beach program.
My wife and I brought our son, Carl Justine, to the Hinunangan Community Hospital last Monday, May 2, due to the amoeba infection. The medical technologist of the Hinunangan Rural Health Center found traces of Amoeba from CJ’s stool, and we were advised too by health workers in the center to admit CJ in a hospital for treatment and for the prevention of dehydration.