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The Morning Rush Top 10 Book signing event

Chico and Delamar had their official book signing event at the Robinsons Galleria activity center last January 28. 🙂 Read the rest of this entry

Cheers to 2012!

As we celebrate a promising new year, I can’t help but remember Claire Morgan’s Ball Drop speech from the movie New Year’s Eve:


“It’s suspended there to remind us before we pop the champagne and celebrate the New Year, to stop and reflect on the year that has gone by.
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Christmas is not just a Season

It’s a reason to celebrate!

I know the Christmas weekend is over but everyday after, I still feel like it’s Christmas! 😀 What can I say? This is really my favorite time of the year. 🙂 I guess because Christmas time gives me so many reasons to be happy. 🙂 Read the rest of this entry

Facebook and Google tied the knot!

Well okay, I’m not literally speaking of a marriage between the two technology/social networking giants caught in a social media battle.
At present, that’s just way impossible! 😀 At least it appears there’s NO RULE that their employees can’t tie the knot. As proof to this, FACEBOOK‘s Senior Platform Manager (Dave Morin) and GOOGLE‘s Product Marketing Manager (Brittany Bohnet) crossed the borders of rivalry between their companies in a “pixel cowboy” wedding. Read the rest of this entry

National Bookstore’s BOOK SALE Madness | Nov. 30 – Dec. 11

Get major discounts on a wide variety of books at National Bookstore in Market Market, Bonifacio Global City! This book sale is from November 30 to December 11, 2011 only, so hurry!! 🙂 Read the rest of this entry

Post-Halloween Thoughts

I’ve always loved Halloween. And for many reasons my halloween this year had been a lot of fun. 🙂

Halloween Best Bay Decoration contest 
One reason would have to be the fact that I was able to get my creative juices to work decorating my department’s workstation. Read the rest of this entry

Google DevFest 2011 – Manila

Now, I can proudly call myself a geek! 🙂 Not just because I was able to attend this Google event where all developers from different companies (even regions) gathered but this year also marks the beginning of my long term career as a developer. Shifting career is one of the hardest decisions I ever had to make at this point in my life. Spending almost three years working in a non-technical field, I shifted to IT to become a full fledged software engineer. It was not an easy decision to make because I had to consider the difficulty of starting from scratch but it was the best decision I ever made and Read the rest of this entry

To Super Woman whom I call Mom

Today as the world celebrates the occasion dedicated to all mothers,
I want to give some space here to greet this super woman whom I call Mom.

 

Thank you for all your sacrifices.

Thank you for sharing your faith with me, it is what helped me get through life’s trials.

Thank you for reminding me that I have so much to thank for
because I have you, Daddy, Tito Art, ate Vernice, Kuya Andrew, JV and MJ.

For all the things you’ve done, just saying thank you is not enough.

For the rest of my life, I hope to remind you that
every MOTHER is a CHILD’S D FIRST LOVE 
and you are mine. 

Happy Mother’s day Momsie!

I love you!


Prepared for Greater Challenges

" There is no challenge more challenging than the challenge to improve yourself." Michael F. Staley

Prepared for Greater Challenges

Most people say that college is fun and the most memorable stage of one’s school life. College should prepare one for the challenges that one will surely encounter once out in the real world. And looking back at those years I spent in college, not to mention I have been from one University to another, I must say that what had been said is true. In fact, most of my so-called life changing realizations indeed happened when I entered college.

In 2003, I spent my freshman year in college as a Read the rest of this entry