Monthly Archives: December 2010

post a blog everyday.

I have read this encouragement from word press to blog everyday for 2011 and hopefully I will be able to do as it requires.

so everyone, let us blog every single day that we may have a very memorable year ahead.


Let the true reason for the season be back to His rightful place.

Christ is the reason for the season.
Let Christ remain in the word CHRISTmas, let us refrain from using x-mas, for how would the rejoicing in this world abound without CHRIST?


money, money, money

The Central Bank of the Philippines has released new designs for the Philippine Peso. With its new look one can say that it somehow look like other currency, but then were thankful that at least this is somehow relevant to the present administrations claim of change. Hopefully, this will be the start of an overhaul.

change...


Haven…

this is haven


You know better

This video gave me a good reason to be thankful for what I am. Contentment is somehow extinct nowadays, it’s not easy to find people who are thankful even in difficult situation. But its good to note that He, Who made us knows us more than we know ourselves and that He is in control of everything. So, why worry? Only believe.


Missing Hatyai, Thailand :(

'wacky'

I, together with a team of people whose hearts goes with missions, visited Hatyai City in Thailand.

I couldn’t think of any word to describe the trip but God ordained. Yes, we had a couple of misfortune, yet, eye-opening experiences which taught us lessons, lots of them.

At Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport. We were held for about 10-20 minutes. We were asked to fill up a personal information, I really dont know if they are in doubt of us or our team. Thank God for Pastor Raul Ternida, who assisted us all along.

The ride to Bangkok is somehow good, thanks to Cebupacific’s on time flight, we arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport(Bangkok) 15 minutes ahead of our schedule. The immigration was accommodating giving us no hassles.

The trip from Bangkok to Hatyai took us 14 hours. We literary lived on the bus. We had our first taste of Thai food at the bus stop. And yes, it is SPICY! ha!ha!ha! My nephew who just tried a spoonful had her tongue red. So she opted to eat with a sunny side up.

Hatyai, Hatyai, and another Hatyai, we repeat words according to its sense. I miss Hatyai! its food, people and here it goes Chayen! CHAYEN! CHAYEN! CHAYEN!

The ‘Boss’ and his wife treated us like family. I miss Lyle and his ouse!(he is having a hard time pronouncing ‘h’).

Hatyai…
I’ll be back.


Hello blog!

It’s been a while since i wanted to start blogging. Now that i have the luxury of time, I will take advantage of this.

i write anything, about everything. About life and even death(whew). But will make it appoint to leave a memory of the blog.

Happy blogging!

 

 

 

 

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