Wednesday, November 17, 2010

My Morning Praise

"A Morning Song (For the First Day of Spring)"
Originally by Children's Bells, Songs of Praise (published in 1931) 
Version by Cat Stevens and Companion

Morning has broken, like the first morning
Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird
Praise for the singing, praise for the morning
Praise for the springing fresh from the word

Sweet the rain's new fall, sunlit from heaven
Like the first dewfall, on the first grass
Praise for the sweetness of the wet garden
Sprung in completeness where his feet pass

Mine is the sunlight, mine is the morning
Born of the one light, Eden saw play
Praise with elation, praise every morning
God's recreation of the new day

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Sunday, November 14, 2010

My Red Shoes!

Last night my hubby, our baby rap and I were about to go to Gensan to attend Sunday Vesper Worship, when we stopped for a while on Eastern Gas station at Polomolok but my new favorite red, sassy shoes (we bought from Ferretti Shoes at Gaisano Gensan) stuck on the drainage grills. My shoes' hills was literally peeled off. I hated the Engineer of that gas station. He ignorantly placed the drainage vent right on the gas filling area!Next time you load up on that gas station? Please be careful! Or better yet, do not gas up on that station.

Oh, when was the last time you visited City Alliance Church at General Santos City? We were surprise that the church is fully air-conditioned. Yes, naglelevel up na ang City Alliance Church, laugh. Kudos to all the church's leaders and members.Can we attend on your thanks giving on Dec 5? I guess it'll be a big celebration again. To those at living Marbel or if you happen to pass by on last week of November, please celebrate with us God's goodness and greatness at Capital Alliance Church.

Sunday, November 07, 2010

Pee-Wee Monday

What a Monday. I am on a hurry to be early today because I still have lots of stuff to finish in the office. I am truly hoping God will send His loving hands to guide me and make me finish my work pronto.


A funny thing happened to me on the way to work. I rode a bus from Marbel going to Gensan (about 40 o 45 km), I just got on the non-stop bus when suddenly I felt like peeing. The worst case is, there is no establishment on the way to stop by and pee. Besides, I rode a non-stop bus, meaning I have to wait till the bus stops at Gensan. 


What's bothering is my bladder is too full, every road bump gives me a feeling that my kidneys may explode anytime. = (

All through out the ride, I  mumbled how slow and bumpy the ride.  Even not saying anything  that I need to pee, I know that all my co-passengers felt my agony. I guess my facial expression shows.


When we arrived Gensan, I hurriedly asked the driver to stop on the nearest gasoline station, so I can let it all out what I had been holding up for an hour already, gush.

But the bus stops a few meters away from the Gas station.   My bladder is about to explode! I can't feel my legs.  I saw a kainan beside the gas station where I am nearer. I decided to ask for a favor on the canteen owner, if they could let me use their bathroom. Thank God they let me. But when I arrived on the restroom, someone is using it! Oh no! $$%&&*@?!What an agony. May be the owner saw my anguish, she suggested that I may use the back of the tree as my comfort room. Without any hesitation, I said "Opo, papatusin ko na yan Ate. Salamat po."...  sigh

Without telling you the details, I did what I had been longing to do. 

It felt so good, more than an orgasm, silly laugh

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Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Too Early for Work!

Haha! I am the earliest bird here in the office. I can get all the worms, literally? Laugh. Well, good time to start the day with thanksgiving to the ultimate creator. Silence


I asked God to bless my brother and talk to him. I hope god will give my brother a new direction in life. A straight one. Please, Lord, I beg, give him opportunity to have a good life, new work to be busy again and to be able to finish college. Please, please speak to him that he must have a dream.... and 'pwede pasuyo Lord isama mo na rin sa transformation ng buhay nya ang pagiging malinis sa katawan, gamit at kwarto? Please...



Oh I miss our kiddo. 

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Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Random Thoughts

When I woke up today, I feel sleepy and depressed. May be of the movie we watched last night at Robinsons Gensan. 

The movie stars Julia Roberts, entitles, Eat Love Pray. The movie sounds interesting but it was way too boring. Though there may have nice, bubbly and interesting parts but as a whole, it broke my heart (sob).  I had to commend the guy from Texas Julia met at India. Though I can't understand his dialogue, but he did gives justice to his acting. He made me cry when he told Julia his purpose of going to India, but my hubby and I did not exactly know what was his reason (because we had hard time understanding his American accent). All we know his wife left him as well as we think he ran over his son or something but his son is alive, of some sort (laugh). As Julia (by the way, she's Liz on the movie) traveled around Italy, India and Indonesia for self realization, she finally found what she had been longing for at Indonesia. What's so funny in the film is Tutti. An old wise man from Indonesia, he totally captured the hearts of the viewers, he puts a smile on our face every time he appears on the movie. I'll take Tutti's advice to Liz, to always smile. To smile in my face, smile in your mind, smile in my heart and smile in my liver (smile).
On the way to work, I murmured how the conductor is too slow in collecting money, how the driver is too sluggish in starting the engine,  why the driver has not filled the gas tank first before he went to terminal, and even grumbled how slow the van was drove. I worry too much that I'd be late. But eventually, I arrived very early than expected. Too much grumbling and worrying, gets me no where. I can't take back the words I said (dismay).

When I went to my office locker at cafeteria, I saw one of our mall sales lady's brow. I am so bothered of her eyebrow, I don't know if it's just drawn with a black, heavy eyeliner or was it a tattoo.. She looks like chuckle's bride. KCC Mall customer's may not thought it's an extension of Halloween celebration. 

Oh, what a nice day to start the work, one of our office mate requested that we all participate in an early prayer to start the day everyday. I do hope everyone will be blessed.

I called up Rap-Rap a while ago, he talkatively boasted he is watching Dora. He even tells me over the phone (in not so understandable words)  how Dora and boots climbs a tree and cross a river. Everyday, our son is speaking very well.  Just the other night he aligned all his toy car in our bed at Marbel, then he fancied that he is reading a bible story to his cars. Appluase. Marvelled. Me and his daddy were laughing hilariously. He acts as if he is delivering a perfect story. He even throws questions to his toys (which by the way, me and his Dad joyously replies as if we are few of his students).

I am a bit nervous and excited today, our MIS Director told me that he'll finally check the program he assigned me (a long time ago)! Plus, he'll give me new task. Finally, I will be busy again(all smile but nervous)

I think I have to go back to work now, everybody seems too busy now, unlike me still writing this blog (smile). I'll just leave you with Tutti's famous dialogue, "Always smile, smile in your face, smile in your mind, smile in your heart and smile in your liver" and  "See you later, alligator!" 

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Monday, November 01, 2010

Do you Know Where is "The Door to Hell"?

Yep, "The Door to Hell" really exists. Creepy? Yep, this is not a hoax.  It's located at Darvaz, Uzbekistan. An underground cavern was found 35 years ago in this small town, but miners and site drillers weren't able to dig down dipper because of the gas inside the den. So, they just tried to lit the place up thinking that the gas content of the cavern will eventually subside. But over 35 years, the place is still burning like a hell. It only shows, that the den has too much gas that the fire did not stopped since it was lit up.

The Door to Hell

The ghost town buried in the sand

48 years ago, Centralia (Pennsylvania) was exposed in vein of anthracite. The fire was extinguished successfully but the coal underneath still burns until now. the smokes created by the fire underneath the town covers the place as if an abandoned haunted village. Centralia will still expect to be ghostly looking for more than 250 years because of the volume of coal chich continue to burn underneath.

The mouth of Hell

Another ghostly town, Kolmanskop located in Southern Namibia near the port of Luderitz.  Upon the discovery of the expensive diamond on the sandy desert, people rushed into the Naim b dessert to make an easy fortune, until the town was filled with buildings and establishments such as schools, hospitals residential buildings and casinos. But after World War II, there have been a big decrease and disinterest in sales of diamond, residents left the town and became big dunes of sands. Now, the place looks like a creepy town and all you hear is a ghostly, and creepy sound of doors blown by whistling winds.

Before Christianity spread throughout Lithuania and Russia, pagans   believed that when planting up their crosses literally on this hill will lessen their burdens and would get lucky in his entire life.  The story goes throughout the decades, until the hill was filed with more than 50, 0000 crosses. The hill now, looks like a haunted cemetery but it isn't a burying ground at all.

Hill of Crosses in Lithuania

First ever sink holes was discovered in forests of Russia. Mysteriously, during 1980s there has not much explanation about these endless holes. But eventually, after many appearances of these natural created holes, geologists finally discovered that these were all result of soft soil foundation underneath the solid soil structure of earth.

 Mysterious Holes of Russia