Came to the office today expecting it to be the usual. The usual boring work i have to do. The usual boring people who are my office mates. although on occasion, the sight of one of them sleeping for most of the work hours, and the other playing games or watching tela novelas really crack me up. After all it
Inihaw Kamayan Grill House Restaurant in Balad (old town ) Jeddah, managed and partly owned by Filipino OFW. Some of the owners are my acquaintances and the ladies (gina, dong, thess, jo) behind are my friends and one of them Jo Imperial is my colleague in dental profession. She also has a talent in fruit carving. My
I have known my fourth lady for a long time but we really didn’t have any intimate conversation, until I called her for the photo shoots.I am glad that I did this interview and with the previous ladies and 46 more to come. I am grateful for the time we have shared our thoughts for a lot of
I was looking for my cheque book to pay the house rent, I came across this old picture of mine taken in Kan Zaman Restaurant 1993 ,Amman, Jordan. It’s an old farm-house converted into classical arabic restaurant. I wonder, why i was carrying a jug on my head? Tourist curiosity? ha ha ha Well, I went
I am now, probably for the first time in my life, the person I have always wanted to be. Oh, not my body! I sometime despair over my body – the wrinkles, the baggy eyes, and the sagging butt. And often I am taken aback by that old person that lives in my mirror, but I
Lunch at 3:30pm with my two sons, one 16 yrs old and the other is 25 yrs. old, we were discussing about how children response to their mom at certain age. At 16, “mom is annoying” and at 25, ”mom you’re right”. my eldest son commented that my youngest always gets around (kayang kaya si mama) yay! really?
When life gives you a hundred reasons to cry, show life that you have a thousand reasons to smile! . Photos by Edge Suarez Assistant: Kevs S. and Kevs V MUA: Mimi Suarez Models: Kristine Solis/Khaila Solis Gwen Cabana /Carla Alvarez Milana/Mimi ©copyrights protected
Filipino Women are facing the higher risk of Breast Cancer in Southeast Asia.Some 6,360 breast cancer patients die each year in the country, making it the leading death among Filipino women (data from the Philippine Cancer Society as posted by Bulatlat) What would you do if you are one of the women diagnosed with breast
🙂 ♥ April 10,2011…you’re turning 88 , I have been thinking of what to write, what wishes I have not uttered for the past 52 years. What nice words I haven’t spoken. What deeds I haven’t done to express my gratitude or to undo any mistakes I have made or misfortune I may have caused.
Have you ever wonder what the big fuss behind the scenes? Make-up! I am not a big fan of putting make up neither I am an expert on that nor did I go to school to learn how to do it. I can place a veneer on one tooth for thirty minutes and Walla!