Monthly Archives: April 2009

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““Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” Albert Einstein Disclosure on Political Affiliations: I do not work for Kiko Pangilinan or any other politician. Kiko and my husband know each other way back in the UP College of Law. Neither am I affiliated with a political party. I am close to Senator Pia Read More →

“Ninety percent of the things we tend to worry about we have no control over, so why worry about them?” Author Unknown A (H1N1) Influenza Booklet A (H1N1) Influenza Booklet Noemi Lardizabal-Dado Things to Know, Things to do . A UN publication Publish at Scribd or explore others: How-to-Guides & Manu a (h1n1) influenza a Read More →

Mommy bloggers, and Future Mommy Bloggers, come join our Mommy Bloggers Booth on May 10 from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM at the Expo Mom 2009, Rockwell Tent. Yeah, we can only be there on May 10 because we are attending the iblog5 on May 9. But don’t miss us there! Your favorite mommy bloggers Read More →

Bragging Alert ! Allow me my bragging rights for today. (MomBlogger in action as she takes photos on stage) My sentimental husband once intimated to me that he wished he went up the stage to place a medal on our children. He was always busy at work during recognition ceremonies and regrets not taking the Read More →

““Losers live in the past. Winners learn from the past and enjoy working in the present toward the future.” Denis Waitley I want you to read this and know that I have moved on a long time ago. I don’t hate you. I am not angry at you. Yes, once upon a time, I was Read More →

Suicide is very much in the news these days. A forensic expert who conducted an autopsy on Trina Etrong, wife of Ted Failon said that the contact wound on her temple indicates suicide. (Edit on April 22- A second autopsy points to suicide) I ‘d like to point out that the Compassionate Friends refer to Read More →

Note: This is a discussion about Bloggers and Blog Marketing and what Marketing/PR Executives can expect from bloggers. Bloggers seated from Left to right: Jonel, Azrael, me, Peter, Juned and Markku while Regnard Raquedan is standing. I thought I was just supposed to be an observer/participant of the Bloggers’ round table discussion on Blogging & Read More →

UP TRIBUNAL DECISION: STOMPING A KITTEN TO DEATH IN UP IS NOT ““MISCONDUCT” Click to Enlarge Photos There’s nothing wrong with anger provided you use it constructively. Wayne Dyer Meet the adorable kitties that give my family so much joy. They are so loved that we call them the other members of the family. Missy Read More →

(Update May 21- Trina Etong committed suicide–NBI ) It was just a matter of time yet the news of Ted Failon’s Wife death came as a shock. Trinidad Arteche Etong or Trina , died tonight at 8:50 PM. She died of cranial injury but was it due to homicide or suicide? Her daughter thinks that Read More →

Ted Failon’s Wife is Now Dead as of 8:50 PM, April 16 My deepest condolences to Ted Failon’s family. Trinidad Arteche-Etong, the wife of veteran ABS-CBN newscaster Ted Failon, has been declared dead at 8:50 PM by doctors at the New Era General Hospital Thursday evening. She passed away about 20 minutes after doctors tried Read More →

My husband stared at the couch by the bay window and sighs “look at what the cats did!@!*! The damage to the leather is getting worse everyday.” We have three lovable furry felines in our household and they give me so much comfort when the house is empty. I cuddled my pet kitty to my Read More →

When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself. Wayne Dyer My husband is not a very patient man whenever I ask questions concerning politics. He always tells me to read the news report or the Opinion Columns. Sipping coffee and feasting on my heaviest meal of the day is never complete Read More →

“Your children will see what you’re all about by what you live rather than what you say.” Dr. Wayne W. Dyer Nope this is not a graduation ceremony. Mom bloggers meet up with Raqgold, fellow mom blogger from Germany. I am in another joyful phase of motherhood, more relaxed and laid back. When the kids Read More →

Dying is a wild night and a new road. ~Emily Dickinson Remember Amiel Alcantara? Well, it has been 40 days since his sudden death? One of the things so astonishing and costly about losing a loved one is that, while the sun continues to rise and set, newspapers continue to be delivered, traffic lights till Read More →

I didn’t plan to write this entry just yet as I am saddled with a backlog of other blog posts that I thought were more relevant. In fact, this event I am about to elaborate transpired a week ago. Old news, I pondered. But something happened just now as I poured over the photos I Read More →

Here is the list of the 2008 Bar exam results (Source: Inquirer) or view the list of the bar exam results below: Publish at Scribd or explore others: Law & Government Business & Law 2008 bar exam result Congratulations to 1,310 examinees who passed the 2008 Bar Exams. The stress of waiting is over. Congrats Read More →

Breaking News: Mary Jean Lacaba, the Filipina Red Cross Worker Freed. I don’t feel the same outrage towards the Chip Tsao slur compared to the possibility that the Red Cross workers could get beheaded. Everyday as I watch the news, I feel helpless as threats to their lives escalate. Breaking news is that Mary Jean Read More →

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