Thursday, September 29, 2011

That Witch!

This witch appears in front of Cardinal Santos' Cafeteria whenever Halloween is approaching. Sometimes this witch freaks me out because she is close to being human. I tell you her hair is nylon-y stiff and if you touch her, it feels like its err human-y.

but honestly, I kinda miss it. It would probably appear soon.


Being Evil Is Not So Bad After All

I am a person. Not perfect and also not a PUSHOVER.

Way back at the age of dinosaurs (college), I always have an indirect way of explaining myself and providing evidence that my ass is not a pushover. It was very effective. It was blogging.

Simply put, for the people who remembers Miss Butt crack: When the sections were reshuffled and I fortunately dropped on hers. Wow, first impression about this person: Bee-otch! Well, you know what people say, first impressions were not really true but... screw those people. It was, absolutely a fact. My goodness, the way this person makes "irap" and deliver killer side glances, it would make you think: "What did I do, Ms.-head-soo-inappropriate-for-ur-skeletonized-body?". I will never want to remember other horrible things she did. I mean, I have not talked or offended you in any way, so please, leave moi A-lone! Well, one day, my sneaky ass found something against her and I wrote it online, of course without a name and people loved it. The next thing I know, this person was goody-goody friendly to me. Sad to say, this person has no idea that she was one of the people I wrote. When she found out, she was not goody-goody anymore, she treated me more as a person. 

Writing Again


It was the month of June when I last published a blog entry. I kinda lost the appetite to write because of a lot of things (I'd rather not enumerate because it sucks.). However, after reading my last post, I missed writing down things that may not be beneficial to others or whatever. I found out that the reason why I write is simply because I love to write. I'm suurry bloggy I forgot about it. Hr.

So, as a treat to myself, I will release an awesome amount of stress in my head. But not everything..... YET!

hahahahaha! (*evil laugh)

Madam Inducer, CHA!

Monday, June 13, 2011

School Days

I hate to say it but I kinda miss going to school. It gives you a reason to wake up in the morning. It forces you to shake your snooze hangovers and it transforms you into your decent-old-self. School, it teaches you to be innovative in creating sneaky nap positions during class. It keeps you busy every night, err, busy with school work, that is.

School is fun. We meet friends and enemies. We learn things that we are not sure if we need in life but still try to learn it because of grades. We laugh and cry because of teachers (but I get even after, hrhr). We play sports and laugh at our bleeding heads or sprained ankles. We poke fun on anything. But we all have limitations. We get tired and if that happens somehow we lose the essence of going to school. We forget why we need to learn. The teachers will look like ogres dressed in formal wear. Our classmates will become more like shit heads than friends. As for your self, you will be a fertile plantation of pimples, black heads and eye bags.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

I Want to Thank My Sponsors

I should be paid for the Ads. Hahaha. You owe me!

Who would you thank after all these years?

1. E-jim
Open 24 hours to serve our printing needs. The place always stinks like feet but I tell you, at the crack of dawn, students from different universities would line up to have their documents printed. Thanks E-jim, without you, a freakin’ case study would cease to exist.

2. Mama mia

How-ley-mama-mia! They serve varieties of food every day. I can personally say that I love the taste of food at mama mia, they’re brilliant! I live just one storey above from big mama mia for at least 3 years. I actually felt sad when we gave up our space. No more coming down in puruntong shorts and jacket to buy food.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Just Some Hobby

I killed time properly. Many people were suggesting  that I should sell my creations... If you want to buy, just send an email to:

Feng Shui Bracelet

Million Dollar Boy

Omigoodness! Look at what I found in my "UNDER PRODUCTION" blog folder. Written 2-3 years ago probably when I was still in 3rd year college. Hoah, I miss the I'll-Burn-Your-Ass-in-My-blog Era!

One day, I was sitting in my chair. Physically, I was doing nothing but mentally, I was observing a bunch of people at a near distant. What made me stopped my current activity is the appearance of a big shadow and a familiar voice became more than audible.

I did not turn around to make it look like I was not paying attention to any of his “I’m-rich-stories”. (I bet now, you have a clue) According to his big mouth, his brothers and sisters inherited 50 million pesos each after graduating from medicine and law and eventually has passed the board and bar exams. He said that he would inherit 10 million pesos if he graduated from nursing and when he finishes medicine, he would inherit the same amount of money that his siblings got when they graduated. He said it a couple of times with a loud voice and emphasis on the amount of money. He sounds very proud of himself and what he is going to achieve.

If You are a Driver of a 10 Wheeler Truck...

If you are:
  1. Learn to look at your right and left
  2. Use the designated line for trucks when it strikes 10pm
  3. Call your boss immediately after the accident
  4. Know the basic emergency number
  5. Learn how to write a police report
Apparently, a 10-wheeler truck didn't notice that there are small vehicles at it's side. It didn't also used it designated lane when they turned for the intersection. The side of the truck smashed the right hand door and smashed the window. Luckily, I only sustained minor bruise and some cuts. Over all, I am okay as I have fortunately chose to sit at the passenger seat of our vehicle. 

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Asia For Japan

Asia For Japan

Since the Japan Tsunami tragedy, I have been supporting organizations that aids Japan and the victims of the tragedy. Asia for Japan, I saw this organization at National Geographic Channel Asia. I am blogging about this to help spread the word about this organization. I must confess that I should have done this a bit earlier. But I believe that it is never too late to help. It has been a month since the tragedy but Japan still needs more help.

I have submitted photos from my trip to Japan with a message of hope for them. The Japanese are thankful for the messages they receive from all parts of the world. Let's give them more. You see, little things like these 126-character-messages can make a big difference.

Let's go and spread the LOVE!

Lot's of love,

Nothing Special

No really. It's real, there's nothing special here.

But if I flash my famous "evil smile", it turns to something. Don't worry, I won't tell you! Ano ako, bale?

Evil Bee-otch: Cha

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Nanlilimahid na Sarap

Nanlilimahid na Sarap, yan ang Garrett Popcorn.

Just one of the greatest food that I have tasted. I was in Singapore with my Mom last November 2010  to visit Te Richi. She took us to Sentosa and strolled around. Then, we stopped by Garrett Popcorn Shop. At first, I thought its just a typical popcorn shop where: popcorns are dry, lifeless and sprinkled with iodized salt.

The "I Love You" Letter

Seryoso, napaiyak ako nung sinusulat ko ito.

Dear Cuz,

Nung kapapanganak pa lang sayo ni Mama mo, di ako pinayagan ni Dadi na bumisita sa ospital. May case daw ng dengue doon at baka ako mahawa. Ewan ko ba kung totoo yon o ayaw lang talaga niya ako papuntahin sa ospital noon. Gusto ko pumunta kase gusto kita makita. Nung bata kase ako, si Mama mo ang nag-aalaga sakin pag nagtratrabaho si Mommy. Para ko na din mama si Mama mo. Katabi ko matulog, tinitimplahan ako ng milk, hugas pwet, paligo at kung ano ano pa. Na excited kase ako, ano kaya itsura mo?

A Grand Case Presentation

As I have written in my multiply account about our first ever Grand Case Presentation:

"February 4, 2009. An Orthopedic Case from Philippine General Hospital. Diagnosis: Multiple Lower Extremity Fracture secondary to Motor Vehicular Accident
Sorry. I didn't take much pictures because I am having a serious, colosal rush of Adrenaline. It is only after we were fried that I was able to touch my camera again.
It has been a long time since I faced a crowd and when I did, dammit, I almost fainted. Our efforts were all worth it. 87 is a reasonable high grade. My sister said that Ms olivar rarely gives a grade above 85, we must have done something that made her super happy. yahoo.
i dug a grave the night before, i thought i was going to die from hemorrhage where blood is oozing continuously from all the orifice of my body. it was not that bad after all!!!!!

congratz 3A!!!"

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Pac-MOM's Ring

Whenever I see Aling Dionisia on TV, I cringe. To describe her, I have to speak in tagalog: "Naaalibadbaran ako pag nakikita ko siya". She may be the mother of our "PAMBANSANG KAMAO" but I really couldn't stomach her showbiz career. Anywayz, enough about that. I stumbled upon an article about her. Apparently, she lost an expensive ring while walking the streets of her home town. According to her, the ring was from Jinkee and its price tag is a whooping 180,000 pesos. Good Lord, that is indeed expensive! After reading the article, my initial reaction was: "That Fame monster! Why does she have to broadcast it?" But then I was interested about the people's comments. As I read, I somehow understood the situation.

If you want to read the article, here is the link: Mommy Dionisia loses expensive ring

Friday, April 1, 2011

Custom Made Shoes

I must admit, I Kind-a miss custom made shoes. By the way, why would I miss custom made shoes when I can buy a good pair of shoes at any shoes store?

Hey there.. Fred Perry (2nd Duty Shoes ordered for us)

Well, the answer is this: Towering at 5 foot, 7 inches and weighing...brooblarblah, it would be highly abnormal for an individual that his/her feet will measure only 6 inches. Believe it or not, my feet measures 12 inches, yes, as long as a 12 inch ruler, obviously. I do not know if it's me or the statistics, but 5'7 is tall in the Ph. Therefore, I conclude that anyone who's feet surpasses the size 10 is denied from getting the shoe size and most specially their desired shoes. Believe me, I know. I experienced it.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Masyadong Nega

For a good change, I will lighten the mood of my blog. I kinda feel excited. More to come!

Smile. Laugh. Love and Pray!



Sunday, March 20, 2011

La Ignorante

The ignorants are spreading. I do not know why. See for your self:

This is the viral video from a UCLA student about Asians studying at UCLA. She complained about the noise at the library, the dorms and God-knows-what. She also blabbed that Asians should learn "American Manners". What pissed me off the most is that, she ranted about Japan's disaster. She said the video was suppose to be a joke, but it wasn't funny. It was offensive.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Series of Unfortunate Events (Not the book)

This is the series of events that led to my "Touchy-feely" status.

March 11, 2011: Japan was hit by a 8.9 magnitude earthquake and triggered a tsunami that hit the northern part of Japan. Northern Japan means to me: SENDAI. I felt a sudden chill, then shock. I do not know what to do for a moment. I checked the net if it is really Sendai. Holy crap... it is. 30 minutes after the tragedy, my hands were shaking while sending an email to all my friends in Sendai. I could not contain myself and I started to cry. I took my phone and started calling them one by one. No answer.

All I can do now is watch the news, my problem is I can't even sit still on the couch. I can not even held my hands together in a sturdy way when I prayed. All I can think about is: are they ok? alive? I don't know. After I don't know how many hours, one friend posted on FB that they are ok. Somehow I was able to breath. Hour after hour is becoming unbearable because hour after hour, I will see videos and pictures of the ruins.

The Land of Cherry Blossoms

October 2009, My feet departed the Philippines' soil and landed on Narita Airport's cockpit to participate in Japan Exchange Program, a joint project of St. Paul University Manila and Sendai Shirayuri Women's College.
It was my first time to leave the country. I was lucky enough that my parents allowed me to go to Japan. I asked my parents repeatedly if they are sure of what they are saying because the fee is not a joke. I never asked for anything that cost around1000-1200 US dollars, ever, in my whole entire life except that time. Then again my Mom and Dad insisted... thus this photo:
Of course, extreme happiness is what I felt. This is Japan! Trains, food, culture, people and technology. What more can you ask for?
Day 1: It is all about travel. I am used to travel by plane, train and feet but if it's Japan, everything is different. The Plane, North West Airlines, never sat in on a plane seat for 4 hours. It doesn't matter because the food was great! Train, good Lord, the trains were 1,000,000X better than here in PH! The Bullet train or The Shinkansen is phenomenal. The Tokyo Direct, sosy! Feet, my God, imagine that all people knows the meaning of: "Keep Right".
Shinkansen, Most commonly known as "The Bullet Train"

Day 2: We visited Sendai Shirayuri Women's College and Murasakiyama Gakuen High School, which is also Run by Paulinian Congregation. The former is the host school for the exchange student program. As I have said on my multiply account, dated October 23, 2009:

Monday, March 7, 2011

Hello There!

Hi. I'm back! Sorry for the looong time waiting. It is just that my appetite for writing came to a halt. I'm good now! Thank you for reading! KTHXBYE!


The Nurse Diaspora and the Unemployed Pool

There are more than 200,000 thousand unemployed nurses in the country. Last February 19, 2011, another 30 thousand nurses have passed the National Licensure Exam for Nurses. Some passers might probably find a job, go abroad or remain in the country and be unemployed. Nursing profession is said to be a noble profession. The core of Nursing care is rooted from the works of Florence Nightingale, who selflessly cared for wounded soldiers during a war. It is said to be a promising profession too. Caring for sick people gives a feeling of worth to people who are incapacitated by sickness and disease. In terms of financial compensation, a nurse abroad can earn sixty to a hundred thousand dollars per year.

During the previous decades, nurses have been in demand and due to a high salary overseas, aspiring nurses have flocked nursing schools with hopes of finding a greener pasture and providing their families with financial stability. After graduation, applying for a working VISA and getting it approved is always a trend. Flying to USA is real easy during those times.  However, the demands for nurses have been barred due to the downturn of the United State’s economy. The country is now prioritizing their own nursing graduates, thus the nurse diaspora in the Philippines was turned to a sudden halt. Immigration offices in most of foreign countries that are in need of nurses have now stricter policies and requirements for those who are applying abroad. As for now, the nurses bound for overseas have stayed in the country to work as they wait for their chance to enter a foreign country.