My husband and daughter makes it a point to drop by at music store that they could see. I don’t really mind because I use that time away from them to go to the store that catches my fancy too.
I have no musical inclination whatsoever so I don’t see the point of going inside a store with products I hardly understand. Makes sense, right?
One time they saw this evh amp at Guitar Center and my husband discussed its use to my daughter and they were talking about it until they left the store. Guess what? I didn’t really care haha
Have you ever got the chance to watch the I-Vice Ganda Moko sa Araneta concert? I didn’t and I feel bad about it.
I’ve heard that it was a fun-filled 4-hour concert and friends say that it was really worth it. Tickets got sold out weeks before the concert, people really want a good laugh these days, right?
I wonder if they had an orchestra and they bought their cajon from musicians friend. That would be a blast!
On April 22 we bought a very old car from a friend and we named her Sprinkles. Sprinkles is a 1990 Nissan Sentra sedan, obviously a second-hand car. We didn’t really mind because it was in a very good running condition when we got it, no major issues just few minor flaws (no missing bolts just minor, dismiss-able bumps and gasgas — hello! it’s so old so do not expect a flawless body, right?) .
Buying a car was really part of our 2013 plans but we didn’t know that it will be given it us this soon. Second-hand for the simple reason that we cannot afford a brand new car (cash or installment).
Sprinkles runs so well and the airconditioning system works perfectly as well. It has been road tested and triple checked by a Nissan accredited auto-mechanic.
Though old, Sprinkles is still a beauty, right?
Welcome to our home, Sprinkles! <3
My friend Dee encouraged me to become a realtor. She’s already a full-pledged one and has been earning thousands (if not millions) from her deals since she was 23. Told her that sales isn’t really my forte and a lot are doing it already. Her advice was for me to give it a try as I will not discover my inner blessing if I won’t unleash it, right?
Dee is now in the states and has been selling properties like hotcakes! See nags head nc homes for sale. Do I want to be like Dee? Maybe. Maybe not. We’ll see
I’ve been thinking of putting up a school supplies store in our area though I am not sure if it will even work. Aside from school supplies, we can also accept cd reproduction, typing jobs, book reports, ID lamination and the likes.
We already have a working printer and machinery for ID lamination so we will only invest on the school supplies. Is this even feasible? That I am not sure of. I’ll give this a good thought
After being disappointed with my favorite Brazilian flip flop brand, I knew that I needed something new, something cheaper and something reliable. You see I spent about PHP1495 for every limited edition pair of that Brazilian flip flops but guess what? Not one of the 3 pairs I bought lasted for more than a year! Isn’t that sad? Not to mention outrageously expensive.
So when the invite from Caribbean Footwear came, I immediately said YES! They provided a catalogue beforehand and I noticed how classy they were so my next question was, “are they that expensive?”. That question and a whole lot more were answered during the launch of the Carribean Footwear Urban Safari collection.
Caribbean’s Urban Safari Collection
We all know that bold prints are so in nowadays, especially this summer. So why not hit the beach with flip flops that will go with any cool and chic summer outfit? There are just too many designs to choose from the Caribbean’s Urban Safari collection!
Top 8 Reasons Why You Should Buy and LOVE Caribbean Flip Flops
- Caribbean footwear is proudly PINOY made. Now THIS is something to be proud of. I hope that we can come up with more Philippine made products like Caribbean Footwear.
- Caribbean footwear is VERY durable. I used mine during our recent trip to Baguio, walked from one tourist spot to another and you know that one do not just walk in Baguio, one hikes. My Caribbean flip flops are still alive, yay!
- Caribbean footwear is comfortable. From all that walking, I didn’t feel ANY leg pain whatsoever and yes, NO BLISTERS! Amazing
- Yes, they are FASHIONABLE. It’s not your usual flip flops, the designs were made to match any outfit. You can wear flip flops without looking drab. *wink*
- Talk about Art and Science: The strap, the toe fashion structure, the mid-foot curve and the sole provide our footsies ultimate foot protection.
- It has Anti-Slip Technology, something that most flip flop brands don’t have. Thumbs up!
- Once you go Caribbean, you’ll be never satisfied with any other flip flop brand. Trust me, it’s true.
- And finally, Caribbean Footwear is VERY INEXPENSIVE. Yes! Yes! Yes! Prices go from PHP159 – PHP299 ONLY.
More and more flip flop users are now switching to Caribbean, and with the reasons given above I bet you should do the switch too!
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Clark, Pampanga, 15 April 2013 – To celebrate its 1st birthday, Philippines’ AirAsia is offering a one peso base fare promo for all destinations starting today, April 15, 2013.
“It is hard to believe, it has been a year already since we launched our operations. We had many challenges but the potential for growth is tremendous and we aim to play a big role in growing the market. The passenger traffic in Clark has grown tremendously last year and we have consistently remained committed in providing our guest with the highest standards in safety, efficiency and quality service,” Freddy Herrera, AirAsia Inc. Commercial Head said.
The 1st birthday blowout promo is available for booking on AirAsia’s website www.airasia.com from 15 to 21 April 2014, and the travel period will be from 1 June to 30 September 2013. Guests are also able to book their flights via AirAsia’s new and improved mobile apps as well which are available for download at Apple’s App Store for iPhone, Google’s Play Store for Android phones, or at mobile.airasia.com for WAP enabled phones.
“Before AirAsia and other airlines that came after us established operations in Clark, our SMEs and travellers, particularly OFWs and their families in Central and Northern Luzon, and those in Northern Metro Manila were underserved and saddled with poor connectivity and high fares. Since we launched our operations, a year ago, I believe we have been making small strides day by day by offering low fares and unparalleled travel experience,” Herrera added.
Piso fare promo is not the only exciting thing happening throughout this birthday celebration, Philippines’ AirAsia is also set to surprise passengers at the Clark International Airport with exciting games and free flight giveaways in the coming days.
“It’s our birthday but we are giving our passengers a gift to thank them for their tremendous support as we look forward to another year of awesome trips and celebrations. This year will be a major year for us as we intend to double or grow our footprint by establishing our presence in Metro Manila through our strategic partnership with Zest Airways.” Herrera said.
For payment convenience, AirAsia’s cash payment partner service provides guest the option to pay for promo seats booked online in cash through any 7-Eleven, Bayad Center and Cebuna Lhuillier outlets nationwide. Philippines’ AirAsia call center also accepts booking of regular fares via +632 742.27.47 from Monday to Sunday at 0800hrs to 2100hrs.
If you are in Subic come March 26 – 31, 2013 then you should not miss the Subic Pascha 2013!
Subic Pascha is Food and Fun Festival at the Subic Bay Boardwalk featuring Sub Projekt, DJ Matthew Carbonell, Jeff Cifra and The Driven Band and of course, TRUE FAITH!
So what would you expect from this event?
- Car and Bike Display
- Inflated Playgound
- Animal Encounter
- Poi/Fire Dance
- Volleyball and Football
- Exhibition Games
- Film Viewing ‘Passion of Christ’
- Easter Egg Hunting and so much more!
There’s also the longest bar hosted by Seafood Island and New Orleans.
New Orleans’ Marinara Pasta was to die for!
Let it be known that the Good Friday is reserved for the traditional “Five Wounds of Jesus” featuring Karylle and many other well known celebrities.
While in Subic, don’t forget to drop by All Hands Beach Resort and Zoobic Safari too! Your kids will love you for that
It’s More Fun-tastic in Subic, ayt?
The Subic Pascha Food and Fun Festival is organized by Clawdaddy Restaurant with the participation of various restaurants from Harbor Point Ayala Mall Subic Bay Freeport, March 26-31, 2013 4:00PM onwards Boardwalk, Waterfron Road, SBFZ.
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We usually start our summer activities after everyone had theirs and that’s usually around end of May until the second week of June, right before the school year starts. The ups? Less people in the beach and airport, and cheaper airfares.
But that was before when Tatay was still alive. Now that our schedule in visiting Leyte has been transferred to the end of December until January 9 or 10, we have all the reasons to start summer early!
Here’s our planned schedule this year (I say ‘planned’ because this may change depending on our schedule and budget) :
March 25 – 30: Holy Week
March 31: Easter Sunday, we might attend Easter activities in a hotel
April 1 – 5: Staycation! Time to pull the pentair pool pumps, inflatable pools and their new swimsuits!
April 6 – 14: My cousins are coming over so we’ll be very, very busy for sure. We’re going to Enchanted Kingdom, Subic and Baguio this week.
April 15 onwards: Swimming lessons for Yona
No plans for the month of May yet but for sure it’s going to be fun, fun, fun!