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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Amazing: Filipina architect built her dream house in a 140-square-foot space

All of us have a dream house. It could be a simple one or even a big and a glamorous mansion. Some want it to build near the beach, mountain side, in the expensive subdivision or wherever they will be comfortable living with their loved ones.

But this Filipina who are living in the United States, built her dream house in a very tiny space, even in a 140-square-foot. She is Lina Lustada who designed her own house. As you watch the video, you will be amazed on how she designed her house and how she managed to put all of her things inside including her furniturers, bed, fireplace and others.

It is a mobile house with wheels which she can move it from place to place. A 10 feet long and about 10 thousand pound. Watch and be inspired with this beautiful tiny dream house. According to her, a tiny house allows you the flexibility and still be grounded, and she thinks that's amazing thing..... and it realy is....

                                        Source: HouzzTV

I love her tiny home but it seems it will not be fit with my big family! :)

If you find her dream house to be amazing, please share.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Unconditional love of a son to a mother

In our society we can see those mothers who really show their care and love, the unconditional love to their children. But ďo we know children, sons or daughters who showed their unconditional love to their mothers?

In this video, we can learn about this 7 year old boy who gave his kidney to save his mother's life before he died. Whose mother is willing to accept this kind of gift from her own child? Their story is heartmelting and will bring tears to your eyes.

                         Source: New China TV

If you like the story of this boy, please share.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Jose Panganiban National High School 65th Foundation Anniversary and Alumni Homecoming

The Jose Panganiban National High School located at Jose Panganiban, Camarines Norte celebrated its 65th foundation anniversary last April 28 and 29, 2012. Its theme is "Kumustahan sa Pistahan". All the batches from this school gathered together to celebrate their grand alumni homecoming and have their grand reunion.

The whole school was decorated by all kinds of "palamuti", "banderetas", "bahay-kubo" and all the fiesta staffs. Some of the Alumni were dressed in Filipiniana attires especially those who participated in Folk dance contest. And if you were there, you will feel the "Fiesta sa Nayon" atmosphere. Each batches have their own room or kiosk to gather with their own decorations. All of the participants in the celebration wear the Grand Reunion T-shirt. You can only recognize them by its color... '70's wear yellow T-shirts, '80's green, '90's purple, 2000's peach.

The celebration began at 7am to register and be part of their batch and the celebration. The registration was followed by a program. A mass at the school stage, then a grand gathering at the school grounds with the opening remarks, Lupang Hinirang and the Alumni Song. Followed by a parade starting with the batch 1960's up to the present graduates. The parade started from the school through Motherload, Plaridel up to downtown, through town church to Roy Padilla Stadium, through break water back to school through Parang... It took more than an hour to finish the whole route... There are so many stories along the way. "Chikahan, Kwentuhan, Kamustahan, Kodakan" while walking to ease the tiredness. The sun shines as it is so happy seeing people gather together in this special day... But the hot of the sun ray doesn't stop the parade... You can see the Alumni thirsty, sweaty, fatigued but have smiles on their faces as they walked and endured till reached back the school.

Back at school campus, they gather again per batch to have their lunch... Who do not miss the famous foods of Bicol? The laing, kinunot at tinumok? Although there are lots of viands on the tables, almost of the alumni wanted to taste these long waited foods with tikoy and leche flan for the dessert.

In the afternoon, the program resumed with the chorals of Filipino Folk songs and a contest of Folk dances. The happenings continued until evening where there was a games and some activities and party... But some of the batches gather their own activity outside the school campus where they have their own party, sing-along and non-stop "chicakan, kwentuhan at kamustahan"...

The first day was ended with so much fun and happiness...

The second day of the reunion was base on what each batches want to do and where to celebrate it... Some of the batches went to the beaches like Bagasbas and Pag-asa beach... One of the batch, the 1982 batch went to barrio Dahican and gave school supplies to the elementary pupils of the place...

Monday, September 26, 2011

Camera holdup gang

The "24 Oras" newscast tonight aired that there is a camera holdup gang roaming around hunting for their next professional photographer victim.

Maria Ausente, a GMA reporter interviewed a victim, Alias "Ruben" who makes a living as a photographer in an events like wedding. He said the suspects contacted him for the wedding in Antipolo and the gang took him to a remote area where he was held up at gunpoint.

Ruben recalled, "when we are in the remote area, they declare holdup. They have guns pointing me." Fortunately, Ruben not only escaped alive from the gang but also kept his camera.

The police authorities said the reason why photographer was targeted by the suspects is because stolen cameras are easily be sold to unwary buyers. And so, buyers are reminded to be wary buying second hand cameras to avoid the Anti-Fencing law which penalizes in buying stolen items.

Antipolo police Deputy Chief Insp. Rizaldy Aquino advised professional photographers to make an extra careful in accepting jobs from potential clients.

KAIBIGAN! Magkuwentuhan tayo... - Bakit ako nawala nang matagal sa blog

Matagal-tagal din akong nawala sa aking blog site. At talagang na-miss kong magsulat dito.

Bakit nga ba ako nawala? Well, as Registered Nurse na walang work, walang ibang ginagawa kundi ang magtraining... Sa mga nakaraang araw, naging busy sa rescue training at sa part time business na rin...

Last Sept. 08, 2011 I started my part time business in a beauty products company. Well, I enjoy doing the business. Kaya naman maliban sa training ko ay may kumuha ng inang time ko kaya medyo nabusy.

Last Saturday naman, nasa Bosay resort ako with my batch mates in rescue team with Montalban group for our whole day water rescue training. Whew! nakakapagod, sunog ang balat at ilang basong tubig kaya ang nainom ko from the pool? Yes! most of us trainees experienced drinking water from the pool as we trained the escape technique from the grabbing of drowning victim. Exciting but very challenging especially for us who do not know how to swim. But I'm glad I made it! We made it!

Before our water rescue in Bosay, we held the rappelling and other ropes management in J. B. Roxas chapel. At doon ko naranasan ang two story height rappelling at 'yong parang zip line from the top to the ground... Hay grabe ang nerbyos ko, mabuti na lang nalagpasan ko. Ang problema, nagkaron ako ng mga pasa sa braso at binti at kunting gasgas. Ganun pa man, masaya ako kasi nalampasan ko ang fear o heights ko.

This coming Thursday to Saturday, we'll going to Mt. Makiling for our final training. And for sure 'di lang doble ang hirap, pasa, sugat at pagod na mararanasan ko doon.

Good luck sa akin at sa aking batch mates...

Till next kwentuhan uli aking mga kaibigan...

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

KAIBIGAN! Magkuwentuhan tayo... - Unang kwentuhan

Kapag nasa bahay lang ako, lagi akong nagbubukas ng Facebook. Siguro nakasanayan ko na magtingin ng bagong balita, announcements at comments ng aking mga kaibigan.

Solar Bottle Bulb - Isang Litrong Liwanag - Answer to High Electric Bill and to developing communities

Isang Litrong Liwanag (One Liter of Light) known as Solar Bottle Bulb gave hope to Filipino People especially to those communities in San Pedro, Laguna which became the pilot community of My Shelter Foundation.