Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Touched by Angels

Touched by Angels

art exhibit of children with special needs held at Museo de La Salle.
in their eyes, they see  different world 
and in that world, we are also part of it.
some people my seem to neglect them in 
the society, but as future special educators, we have 
the responsibility to take care of them.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Me at 2ne1!!

Just a simple celebration for my 21st bday :))

can't believe how time flies so fast and that i'm very Thankful for the special 
people who keeps me inspired and breathin'---you know who you are! ♥ 
Salamat ng MARAMIII ^.^
ate lunch at BBQ with the Megs.

brought them to Bob's to have some cake. 
just so perfect for  dessert

and Yen gave me a gift from Xoxo :)

TADAAAAH! I'm officially 21 years old!

Monday, November 7, 2011

MassKara Fever 2011

The month of October is in celebration of Masskara Festival, from Oct.1-19.
The City of Bacolod is known to be as the City  of Smiles.
they believe that we, Bacolodnons are always wearing a 
smile on our faces and that makes us different from others.
In this month, each Bacolodnon has its own itinerary to follow to make each day memorable.
May it be a food trip in the public plaza, carnival rides near SM mall, tourism strip in along Lacson St., or just merely on the streets of Bacolod.
you can find a lot of  people and interesting stuff around you.
so here's what I did during Masskara Festival.

1. Dugout Party last Oct. 14 with the Azkal members Misagh, Angel and Nong Gener.
Will Never Forget (WNF):
+Dj Frac Attack's hair!
+Amazing music
+chit-chat with Misagh about that doodle celebrity thingy
+Misagh's eyes! i melted!!
+"Como estas"--->Angel <3

2. still Dugout Party last Oct.15. this time Paolo Pascual, Kuya Ace and Coach Yo were there to Party with us!
Will Never Forget (WNF):
+my giggly-hug to Angel
+PAOLO PASCUAL's inasal. walkin' like a boss!
+super party with cool remixes!
+Angel's dance moves!
+that tube drink that tastes like UNFFF!
+wore a miniskirt ://

3. Masskara strolling along the streets of Bacolod.
Will Never Forget (WNF):
+Puppet dance
+blinkin' earrings
+rode Sea Dragon and shouted like there's no tomorrow!
+Fireworks display at Gov't Center

i guess, I will again wait for a another year to experience Masskara Fever!

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Endless Roads, we Travel ♥ Guimaras to Ilo-ilo

November 5-6, 2011

Rode a pamboat from Pulupandan to Guimaras.
we got no plan where to go after stepping in the sands of Guimaras Island.
But then, when we rode that jeepney, everything stared!we are also very thankful to our new found travel-buddies Ross Montes & company for tagging us along! :))

Will Never Forget (WNF) :
--ang kanding sa babaw jeep
--Jeepless roads of Guimaras
--free entrance at Raymen Beach Resort
--affordable bed space
--of course, the white sand and the clear water!
--Chippy dipped in fresh sea water!
--vanity moments
--cornbeef na gnluto ni Faith
--nabilin ang **** ni Peyt!
--Sing-along sa kilid cave2
--Epic face ni @Jacque underwater 'kuno'
--Day 2 sulit outfit
--Island hopping!! c/o Nong Ped
--sympre ang Snorklin' along some coral reefs(hapaw lang)
--The Cave 'creepy cave'
--awesome private beach houses/resorts
--Turtle island!in fairness, 2 lng to ila turtle! tag P5.00 ang entrance
--nita negriita ang skin color!haha
--sidetrip to Ilo-ilo city
--nadusmo si Drixzel sa tubang Mang inasal
--Roro from Dumangas-Bacolod trip!

we just brought packed rice, canned pork and beans and water

collected small shells along the shore.

one of the two pawikans in Pawikan island

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Dark Moon Rising Halloween Party

My cousin won free tickets for Killerbee's Halloween Party 
and she don't have anyone to go with so she tagged us along.
so i dressed up as a Goth...all black!

i convinced my friend Jacque to go with us since it was our first time to attend  Halloween party.

there was also live exotic animals and you can take a picture with them.

see how crazy my cousins are? 
not only them but also my mom! 
she dressed up as a Chinese-i-don't-know. 
we called here our "Mama-sang"