Monday, 30 April 2007

Another Fun Tag from JennyR

I've got another tag from Jenny with love.Thanks a lot Jen...


Instruction:Each player starts with 7 random facts/habits about themselves.
People who are tagged need to write on their own blog about their seven things, as well as these rules. At the end of your blog, you need to choose 7 people to get tagged and list their names. Don’t forget to leave them a comment telling them that they have been tagged and to read your blog!

1.I was called these unflattering nicknames when I was a young girl until to my teenaged such as "Ace(Alas sa pamilya),Tiger (kay musukol man jud basta unahan),Sipyat Bukol (ang mga kauyaban sa una),Ensepemya(tungod sa kada-ot) and naka-igit) and it used to upset me a lot.[laugh]

2.I am still dreaming of owning a lamborgini sport car.

3.Longing to see the so called "City of Love" which is Venice.

4.I easily get emotional whenever I see an abandoned old people or childrens.

5.I am an extravagant person.

6.I hate snakes they are poisonous and a traitor,lols.

7.Saying "NO" is my biggest weakness.Thats why I had help a lot of friends and needy people even before and after I met my husband.Luckily hubby and I have the same passion in life.

Hope this is right.Now these are my friends I'm going to tag next...Genalyn, Ivy, Darlene, Anna, AnneRosse, Anne Sanborn,
Lily.

I wanna grab this opportunity to say thank you to all my viewers,commentors and visitors.All your thoughts were greatly appreciated.Keep coming back for more entries!!

Ciao!

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Here I go Anna!

A - Available/Single? Happily married
B - Best Friend? Tracy lynn Menor,Esmeralda,Anna Scott
C - Cake or Pie? Pie
D - Drink Of Choice? Banana's strawberry smoothie,pineapple and mango,blackcarrunt and more....
E - Essential Item You Use Everyday? Laptop
F - Favorite Color? all bright colours
G - Gummy Bears Or Worms? Gummy Bears
H - Hometown? Cebu City
I - Indulgence? Any Filipino foods
J - January Or February? January because it is my month of birth
K - Kids & Their Names? Yes blessed with 2 angels,Kath and Christian
L - Life Is Incomplete Without? camera,lol
M - Marriage Date? 8th of june 2003
N - Number Of Siblings? 10 (8 sisters and 2 bro's)
O - Oranges Or Apples? Orange
P - Phobias/Fears? Snakes
Q - Favorite Quote? “If people around you are trying to pull you down..Be proud of it, It only means one thing, you are above them. One certain reason why someone would hate you so much without any reason is because they want to be you"
R - Reason to Smile-My past,my present and my future.
S - Season? All year round
T - Tag Five People? passed
U - Unknown Fact About Me? provocative(laugh) !
V - Vegetable you don’t like? Celery.
W - Worst Habit? Licking my lips and picking my nose.
X - X-rays You’ve Had? Lungs
Y - Your Favorite Food? Italian food.
Z - Zodiac Sign? Capricorn
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Sunday, 29 April 2007

Helicopter crashed down in LapuLapu City(Phils)

Sunday, April 29, 2007
Helicopter kills 9


ABOUT two hours into a training flight yesterday, an eight-seater Huey (UH1H)helicopter gunship of the Philippine Air Force (PAF) was on its way back to its Mactan base when it crashed on two tricycles, killing nine people.

Four others were seriously injured, after the helicopter hit a high-tension wire and plowed into Humay-Humay Road, Sitio Goso, Barangay Gun-ob in Lapu-Lapu City about 5:40 p.m. yesterday.The driver and six passengers of a red tricycle and the co-pilot and mechanic from the PAF's 2nd Tactical Operations Wing (TOW) died.

Pinoy Votes: Sun.Star Election 2007

Of seven persons in the tricycle, five were female, one of whom was reportedly pregnant, and one was a teenager whose body was cut in two.Sen. Panfilo Lacson, who was campaigning for reelection in the area with another senatorial candidate Zosimo Paredes, said their vehicle passed by the crash site 30 seconds before the chopper went down.

"It was very fast, very quick," Lacson told reporters.

TOW Chief Mario Lacson said the chopper was on a training flight at the South Road Properties and was heading back to the Mactan Benito Ebuen Air Base when the accident happened.Allen Tapusok, supervisor of the Air Transportation Office (ATO) Tower
Control Center, said the Huey helicopter took off at 3:48 p.m. and was reported to have crashed in Gun-ob about two hours later.

All the fatalities were brought to the Rolling Hills Memorial Chapel in
Mandaue City.

As of press time, only seven were identified: 1st Lt. Jesus Imbat and Staff Sgt. Michael Gabino, the co-pilot and mechanic of the helicopter; and civilians Rey Ledesma, Odelon Acampado, Laura Jumao-as, Rey Ledesma, Ma.Nenita Dungon and Genevieve Garcia.Gabino was declared dead on arrival at the Mactan Doctors'Hospital,
while Imbat died at Perpetual Succour Hospital in Cebu City.

Ledesma, Acampado, Jumao-as, Garcia and the two unidentified civilians died on the spot.Capt. Allan Villagarcia, the pilot, and Master Sgt. Johnny delos Reyes, the
gunner, suffered serious injuries.Lito Casin, owner of a billiard hall and an eatery that sits only 10 meters from the crash site, said he saw the helicopter going down but its propeller was not moving.

Seconds later, the helicopter hit the concrete electric post and power
supply was cut off.Casin said the impact hurled the helicopter onto the road, where it hit two tricycles.With its tail on the high-tension wire, the helicopter rolled on the red tricycle, squashing it.The driver and lone passenger of the yellow tricycle were injured and were taken to the Mactan Doctors' Hospital for treatment. Their names were not available because hospital security guards refused entry to the
premises.

Jun Kinaadman, who works with Casin, said that had the helicopter not hit the electric post, it could have crashed into the houses in the thickly populated area.

Kinaadman said that after snagged the high-tension wire, the propeller knocked the small resthouse of the Hermie Ymbong Compound. A portion of the rotor tail hit the guardhouse while the sodium lamp of the post was thrown several meters away.After the helicopter landed on top of the tricycle, Kinaadman said he tried to rescue the pregnant woman but she was already dead.He turned to the man, who turned out to have been decapitated. The teenage girl was cut in two."Dead on the spot tanang pasahero sa red tricycle. Walay mabuhi sa sitwasyon nga ang gitas-an sa tricycle taga-tuhod na lang. (All the passengers of the red tricycle were dead on the spot. Nobody could have survived. Crushed, the tricycle was only knee-high)," Kinaadman said.

The chopper's high-octane gas started to flow to the road, prompting some residents to cover it with soil.

PO3 Jonathan Espinosa, who was on board Police Mobile 09 traveling on Humay-Humay road at that time, said he saw the helicopter drop,spinning,until it hit the electric post.The Rolling Hills crew took all the seven dead tricycle passengers,
while the Emergency Rescue Unit Foundation rushed the injured victims to the
hospitals.Lt. Col. Ernesto Milo, also of the 2nd TOW, said that PAF personnel sprayed
the helicopter with water laced with chemicals to prevent it from exploding.

Lacson said the PAF will help the families of all the fatalities and those injured.
"We will conduct an investigation to find out the cause of the accident. We will help the families of those who died and those who are admitted in the hospitals," Lacson said.

The Lapu-Lapu City police headed by Senior Supt. Louie Oppus closed the
Humayhumay road pending the removal of the helicopter that blocked the
area.


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Thursday, 26 April 2007

Use AshopCommerce!

Since,I got here in UK,I have always thought of any business possibilities.Hubby is so keen to set-up an online store for me.But we were unable to find a perfect software provider not until a week ago.An AshopCommerce is a great sole software provider and it is quick and easy to download.A-class customer service guaranteed,plus their online guidelines have no complications at all.

So,why not use ecommerce software or if in doubt try their 10 days free trial,because I have tried it and I can honestly tell you that it really is great.You don't even need to be an html expert or programming perhaps.They have designs some pre-made templates that you can easily use and they are very well-design and is really cool.

For those people who plan to set-up an online store,you've got to have this awesome shopping cart software.If you wanna offer your customer a great streamline services.I sure know that at the end of the purchase,there will be no regrets when you start receiving some good feeback from your customer.

Nowadays,online shoppers expect their shopping cart to be safed and secured.And the only sites that can provides that is Ashop Commerce with all their high standard software that will give shopper a level of comfort.

Flash out your hesitation and try this sites,for you are all worth a good and very professional softwares.Stick to Ashop and your business revenue will rise.Changeable font and colours and easy to navigate.I definitely will use Ashop for my online store in the future.So why don't you go and check or even try now!


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Tuesday, 24 April 2007

Bid4Prizes

I am a stayhome mum and yet can't drive.I can't go anywhere far without my hubby's transport.Every after our lunch when kids are having their afternoon nap and I have nothing else to do,I used to surf the net and did some online shopping.I became a great fan of it and yes you can get many good deals.

Today,as usual of me I was browsing to find some good auction sites.And this Auction Sites came up the best.I didn't hesitate to take a tour.After I have read all their guidelines I decided to sign up and join so I could play their auction games such a Bid4Prizes low bid auction, unique bid, low unique bid and standard auction bid.

Visit bid4prizes now and register then start to play.You can either bid online or using your cell phone.Wide range of cool prizes that you surely win.Go start bidding now and you might bid me up.


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blog for money

Why not get paid for blogging?Just take it as a reward for yourself,for your efforts of blogging.Since,we all blog for fun without making any penny anyway.Why not try this huge newly trends about blog advertising?No time wasted at last and we can be remarkably bloggers and can earn extra's,too.

Boost your skills through blogging for money. Smorty can help you increase your capabilities.You need them and they need you too!Your sincere opinion that counts!Start to get paid to blog now.

Earning extra is easy nowadays!Just advertise on your blogs that's all it takes.Write an honest opinion's regarding your product task.Also linking back to your advertiser's site is a must.Do not forget to put some links about each task you handling.

Keen to do blog advertising?Smorty is the right one for you.Join now and be part of their sites,I assure you there is nothing to lose and trying is harmless.


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Masterseek(Business Search Engine)

Are you a businessman?Got a business to show off the world?If so,you have got to submit your business profiles at Masterseek.Great way to expand your business where clients and customer could find you easily.Through this buniness search engine you can also distributes your details regarding your company.

Assurance of business profitability increase.Researcher's all over the world,other business preferences,sales opportunity and etc.All of these are under their categories.That's because
Masterseek is the most straighforward business search engine globally.

You can even search within your country,and it is a free access to any other company profiles,business partner if your searching one and its worldwide.Can you imagine that?It means more Business Opportuniy for you.So,business people alerts!Trust your business under Masterseek and take advantage of their good services.

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Monday, 23 April 2007

Get Paid at Bloggerwave

Great news for everyone!BLOGGERWAVE are now looking for you!I mean "YOU" yourself.No need for potentiality requirements.Of course not,as we are all capable of understanding instruction.You can do advertising too,like I do.Have yourself occupied by blog advertising.It's fun,really!

What is so utterly brilliant about BLOGGERWAVE you cannot only get paid by advertising but also you can improve your blogging skills.Also suitable for anyone.You can be a mom,a student,a full time employee for this is a quick an easy part time task to do.Who would not like to earn extra and can make your blog worth money?Aren't we all?

Now its your time to benifits while blogging.Here at BLOGGERWAVE everybody are welcome to join.Register now before its too late and make your blog worth to your readers.I tell you what here in BLOGGERWAVE you can get what you want as a blogger!So hurry up and be part of us and advertise on your blog.I assure you that you will enjoy as much as I do.



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Amazing Digital Framez

In today's world people can't live without these high-tech gadgets.Digital camera's for instance.I'm definitely addicted to it simply because I can capture many photographs as I like.Easy to use,no film requires and easy to carry around.Not only that I can also delete the unwanted blurry shots.How about storing them and without filling your PC?Less bytes usage perhaps.

Like my case for instance,I usually take thousands of pictures more or less in every month.Back few years ago,my PC crashed and I lost all my pictures.That was totally upsetting but I won't let it happen again because I found a great solution on keeping those captured moments long as you want by using this digital photo frame.Browsing no more,for your favourite snaps can be seen anywhere at your house.

I might suggest this to my hubby so he could purchase me,not one but many digital picture frame for this is so affordable.Plus it is less hassle by simply switching your memory card to a digital frames and view.Simple as that!On demand transitions as well.So what more could you ask?You've got to have it too!


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Sunday, 22 April 2007

STAR WARS Costumes

I love star Wars it is my favourite science fiction films.I even watch the whole series from 1-6 and can watch it again and again.Why not?It is an awesome movie that caught billions of people's attention,not only to the youngster's but also the adult.Especially if you are an avid reader of science fiction's book,you would as well.

The whole thing is,you can now get your favourite character.Easter Toys have created a whole lot of star wars costume for all their fans out there.Yes,cool and collectible star wars stuff such as Chewbacca,Clone trooper,Jango,Stormtrooper,Jar Jar,Star wars clone,Master yoda,Obe-wan kenobi,Anakin skywalker and many more.Available fit for kids and adult,of course.

It such a fun and great fiction film.Especially if you watched the whole STAR WARS.Here at EASTERN TOYS they have what you needed and can provide you any Star Wars costume/toys that you been looking for.Go take a peek at Star Wars Costume's now.Everything you need are all there.So go grab one for yourself.I was thinking to get one myself too.My favourites are Obe-Wan(Ewan Mcgregor)and I like Master Yoda too Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket.

If you fancy to wear a Darth Vader helmets that look like this one Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket it is now available, too.Go and check it out!

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Saturday, 21 April 2007

Do you got what it takes?

Do you love dancing?Then why not let the world know about it?There is a great site that I can recommend to you who have just launched their dancing contest.This might be the chance for you to enhance your talent.Take a look at www.bix.com.They are looking for more contenders.Why not join and see if you could win their great prizes.They offer $50k for the winners.Isn't it great?You can also vote for your favourites.So what are you waiting for?Go and look at www.bix.com now.Don't miss this opportunity.Grab your partners now and join this dancing contest,great chances with awesome prizes.Plus they might even features your dance clip on to extra's and shown it to millions of people.

For further details click this EXTRA'Give $50k dance-off



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Friday, 20 April 2007

"ANYWAY" by Martina Mcbride

Through watching American Idol tonight,I heard this new song by Martina Mcbride.Great song with a very encouraging lyrics.It can lift up to those who are in despair.It's kinda Christian song and I'm lovin it.Here it is:

Anyway
Martina McBride/Brad Warren/Brett Warren (BMI)

You can spend your whole life buildin'
Somethin' from nothin'
One storm can come and blow it all away
Build it anyway

You can chase a dream
That seems so out of reach
And you know it might not ever come your way
Dream it anyway

(Chorus)
God is great, but sometimes life ain't good
When I pray it doesn't always turn out like I think it should
But I do it anyway
I do it anyway

This world's gone crazy and it's hard to believe
That tomorrow will be better than today
Believe it anyway
You can love someone with all your heart
For all the right reasons
And in a moment they can choose to walk away
Love 'em anyway

(Repeat Chorus)

You can pour your soul out singin'
A song you believe in
That tomorrow they'll forget you ever sang
Sing it anyway
Yeah sing it anyway

I sing
I dream
I love anyway

To listen just click play and scroll down,by the right sidebar you can see my bg music and pause it.

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Happy Birthday Mama!




(Additional)

Yesterday,I finally had my cervical/smear test.Result is yet to be done in 3 weeks time.I was told by the Doctor that my blood pressure was rather too low.Not only that she also say I am very tiny and my weight is not balance with my height.She then asked,If I do missed meals,or not eating regularly.

It is very sad for me to think that I had almost diagnosed of eating disorders.I replied back that I am still breastfeeding my son and can't afford to miss a meal.I have 3 meals a day and some nibbles in between and more often I have a midnight snack.That should be plenty,don't you think?I'm only 5 foot and 2 inches for heaven sake.I am much heavier compare 2 yrs ago,I only weighed about 38 kilograms while now I weighed 42/43 kg's and how's that become a problem?I don't look malnourished,do I?

Anyway,there's nothing serious to worry about.All it takes is eating more specifically on dark green veg/fruits,red meat or any food that are rich in iron.I've said that my BP has always been low,I probably got it from my Mum.So opposite with my Dad because he is over average/highblood I should say.

Till here guys and before I get off I would like to say thank you to all my visitors and friends for all you thoughtful tags and comments.

Have a safe day everyone!


Ciao!


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Wednesday, 18 April 2007

JustSayHi.Com

Just found a great new site for all those people who keep messaging me and asking for a date I am so modest!.A New Free Dating site, no more finding someone you like then not being able to email them unless you pay a subscription.As long as your honest,then here is a perfect solution for you.

has profiles and pics, forums and chat which are all free to use and you don’t even need a credit card to sign up, just as well because I haven’t got one!It's a 100% free guaranteed.All you have to do is to sign up at www.justsayhi.com.

I have always loved dating sites as places to meet people and chat if you do too or are just curious then I suggest you go and take a look at , it wont cost you anything and maybe you will see me there!


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Tuesday, 17 April 2007

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Monday, 16 April 2007

Tag from Anna/Weekend Summary

I have been tag by ANNA and have to write down my reasons for blogging.I simply love blogging,this has been my comfort zone eversince.Here are my Reasons:


*I was encouraged by a close friend, GINA to make a blogsite and should start blogging.After a months of refusing I eventually gave a try.Firstly I register as a blogger at www.livejournal.com but for some reasons I moved to blogspot then on to Angelic-pink and now I'm back to Blogspot once again.

*Blogging is one easy way for expressing feelings,a great way of exchanging ideas,I learned some online stuff such as editing html codes as you can all see how I keep changing my blog looks.By trying I gradually learned bit by bit.

*My only simple pleasures.As like others I love photography,digital scrapping,surfing the net and whatever come across my way that are sort of humorous/funny story,it can be historical,entertainment,events,news that I would considered sharing without hesitation.

*Family and friends are able to get through on to me by simply clicking/searching my blog site.They can easily track on me anytime anywhere and vice versa.

*Great things about blogging is; it helps a lot better about my English construction.Though not perfect but at least I can see improvements.In hindsight English language is very considerate and forgiving,no matter how badly written is the grammar if the person reading is smart enough to understand in its content then grammar would not be a problem.Therefore I don't and never did or never will judge other's grammatical error.To be honest my English ain't great,I'm certain about it.Therefore reading post blog-to-blog particularly the entries that are written in English would be my target.Here's a keen learner so,feel free to correct my grammar.

*Through blogging I have met loads of online friends.I mean nice people globally,not just filipina but different nationalities.

*Great tips about motherhood or good parenting.Blogging is definitely superb and amazing way of showing our inner ability and knowledge expansionism.I'm so glad/proud to be a blogger.

So these are my reasons for blogging.Thanks dear Anna for the tagged!


Just a quick recap over our weekend:

Saturday:Trip to Wimbledon Village(where Hubby's Auntie live)Approximately time travel 45-50 minutes from our place.Plus 30 minutes stop over for our lunch at filipino cafe.Because I was craving for a filipino dish lately.

Purposed:To see Great Granny before she go back to Devon(west part of England).
That was successfully great day and granny simply adores my two monster(Kath&Christian).

Other Events on that day:It was the "Grand National" horse racing where Great Granny won more or less 150 british pounds sterling(nearly $300).By betting a pound in each way.As generous as her,she manage to gave us 10 pounds each so that was worth a trip.(Laugh)


Sunday:We had a trip to Kent also known as "Garden of England".

Purposed:To see their Grammar School and the Prep School that were planning to send our kids in the near future.Private education is highly recommended these days.

In 2 years time Kath would be going to a Preparatory School more likely at the of 7 to 11.Were planning to send her to private school which cost 8-9k per year around $15,000 dollars.Yes it is quite an expensive school but for our kids future no such thing as expensive with a hope that by the age of 12 she will then be able to qualify herself into a grammar school which is free for those who are academically bright kids.No doubt 100% that she will pass the academic test.(Smile-wink)

While were there, we took advantage to look up all the houses that was up on the online market.The house that we like best is the beautiful 4 bedrooms detached house which located half-way to both school that were aiming to send our kids.Hubby absolutely love it,but a little price problem of course.It is kinda pushing the edge of our price bracket(which is up to 400 gran only,about $800,000 dollars is our budget).But were only house hunting at this time,but in 4-5 months later we will definitely buying one to move on to,and hoping this house that we like would still be on the market with a hope that the price will then drop a little bit and we will be laughing.[LOL]!Looking to sale this place we were at now or maybe rent this out.Will just wait and see.


Anyway here's a little something to shares:

Christian's ride!

My monster!

Kath's bicycle!

Christian insisted to have a picture taking,hehehe.As we stop by to have our lunch in a filipino cafe at Merton Abbey.

At the back of Hubby's Aunt's house.

Pose lang ko hehehe

A pose with hubby,christian felt a little bit left-out,lols!


Our little girl striking a pose.

Playing with the tiny rocks.

A pose before nabungi---kay namomo after ani nga pose hehehehe.

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Friday, 13 April 2007

My List of Favourites Stars


Angelina Jolie (born June 4, 1975) is an American-french film actress, a former fashion model and a Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Refugee Agency. She is often cited by popular media as one of the world's most beautiful women and her off-screen life is widely reported. She has received three Golden Globe Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and an Academy Award.Angelina is one of my all time favourites,I think she is indeed quite extra-ordinary.Imagine she made her first screen debut at the of five,alongside her father in the Hal-Ashby directed-comedy"Looking to get Out"a very obscure film mirroring the very young and still obscure Angelina.Aside from her natural beauty,she is one true amazing star.


I adores Thalia simply because she is very talented.She is a great actress,a great singer,and a great dancer.Love her humbleness and being so down-to-earth especially mingling her fans.Also she has a very beautiful face and perfect body.Seems everything is perfect for Thalia.A white straight sparkly teeth,Beautiful and lovely smile.Unmeasurable wealth,loving husband Motola(former husband of Mariah Carey).She has this sugary smile and bubbly character.Above all Thalia is a God-fearing.Isn't she perfect?Well I know that perfectness is unexistence.Only "GOD"is perfect!Would it be OK that thalia is almost perfect?I guess so....

This sultry look of Jessica who made her famous.Yes,her awesome talent who made her to hollywood and I guess will be the next Angelina,I bet.Her incredible figure and olive complexion drags people attentions.She is absolutely stunning as they call it"drop dead gorgoeus".

Birth Name: Jessica Marie Alba
Birthdate: April 28, 1981
Birthplace: Pomona, California Occupation: Actress, Model
Height: 5' 7" Weight : 125 lbs
Bust: 34" Waist: 25"
Hips: 34" Size: 6
Hair: Light Brown Eyes: Brown
Horoscope Sign: Taurus Shoe: 8
Ancestral Origin: Of Spanish/Mexican (Father) and French/Danish (Mother) descent.
Love Life: Fianc麠Michael Weatherly, actor, co-starr on Dark Angel
Education: Graduated high school at age 16; attended the Atlantic Theater Company
Family: Father : Mark (served in US Air Force, owner of Real Estate Company);
Mother: Cathy; Brother: Josh Alba (actor)


Maria Sharapova is youngest girl who won a grand slam in wimbledon back on 2003-2004(age 17).Plus her glamour looks who made her fortune through endorsing branded/designer products.She is now one of the most sexiest teen tennis star in the world.Now seaded number 3 and beat so many veterans tennis players.I love her!

Maria Sharapova(Russian)
Nickname Masha
Country Russia
Residence Bradenton, Florida, USA
Date of birth April 19, 1987 (age 19)
Place of birth Nyagan, Siberia, Russia (Soviet Union at birth)
Height 6'2 (1.88m)[1]
Weight 130 lbs (59kg)[2]
Turned Pro 2001
Plays Right; Two-handed backhand
Career Prize Money US$9,113,352
Singles
Career record: 243-58
Career titles: 15
Highest ranking: 1 (August 22, 2005)
Grand Slam results
Australian Open F (2007)
French Open QF (2004, 2005)
Wimbledon W (2004)
U.S. Open W (2006)
Doubles
Career record: 23-16
Career titles: 3
Highest ranking: 41 (June 14, 2004)

Since his screen debut as a young Amish Farmer in Peter Weir's Witness (1985), Viggo Mortensen's career has been marked by a steady string of well-rounded performances. Critics have continually recognized his work in over thirty movies, including such diverse projects as Jane Campion's The Portrait of a Lady (1996), Sean Penn's Indian Runner, The (1991), Brian De Palma's Carlito's Way (1993), Ridley Scott's G.I. Jane (1997), Tony Scott's Crimson Tide (1995), Andrew Davis' A Perfect Murder (1998), Ray Loriga's La Pistola de mi hermano,(1997), and Tony Goldwyn's A Walk on the Moon (1999).
Born in New York to a Danish father and an American mother, Mortensen spent the early part of his childhood in Manhattan. His family traveled a great deal and he spent several years living in Venezuela, Argentina, and Denmark. He began acting in New York, studying with Warren Robertson. He appeared in several plays and movies, and eventually moved to Los Angeles, where his performance in Bent at the Coast Playhouse earned him a Drama-logue Critic's Award. Mortensen is also an accomplished poet, photographer, and painter.Take note single girls Viggo is single hahahaha.Unlukcy Viggo can't have me no more coz I'm no longer available(lol)(Kutob rako sa Damgo gyud)

List of his Movies:

A History of Violence (2005)
Hidalgo (2004)
The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King (2003)
Live Freaky, Die Freaky (voice) (2003)
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (2002)
The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring (2001)
28 Days (2000)
A Walk On The Moon (1999)
Psycho (1998)
A Perfect Murder (1998)
La Pistola De Mi Hermano (1997)
GI Jane (1997)
Vanishing Point (TV) (1997)
Daylight (1996)
The Portrait Of A Lady (1996)
Albino Alligator (1996)
Gimlet (1995)
The Passion Of Darkly Noon (1995)
The Prophecy (1995)
Black Velvet Pantsuit (1995)
Crimson Tide (1995)
American Yakuza (1994)
The Crew (1994)
Floundering (1994)
Desert Lunch (1994)
The Young Americans (1993)
Carlito's Way (1993)
Ruby Cairo (1993)
Boiling Point (1993)
The Indian Runner (1991)
Once In A Blue Moon (TV, short) (1990)
Tripwire (1990)
The Reflecting Skin (1990)
Young Guns II (1990)
Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (1990)
Prison (1988)
Fresh Horses (1988)
Salvation! (1987)
Miami Vice (TV series, one episode) (1987)
Witness (1985)
George Washington (TV miniseries) (1984)

I know his thinking of me only.Ewan Mcgregor a one hot actor hehehe.Love all his films especially the star wars triology.Ewan Gordon McGregor was born 31 March 1971 in Crieff, Scotland. At 16, he left Crieff and Morrison Academy to join the Perth Repertory Theatre. His parents encouraged him to leave school and pursue his acting goals rather than be unhappy. McGregor studied drama for a year at Kirkcaldly in Fife, then enrolled at London's Guildhall School of Music and Drama for a three-year course. He studied alongside Daniel Craig and Alistair McGowan among others, and left right before graduating after snagging the role of Private Mick Hopper in Dennis Potter's 1993 six-part Channel 4 series "Lipstick on Your Collar" (1993) (mini). His first notable role was that of Alex Law in Shallow Grave (1994), directed by Danny Boyle, written by John Hodge and produced by Andrew MacDonald. This was followed by The Pillow Book (1996) and Trainspotting (1996), the latter of which brought him to the public's attention. He is now one of the most critically acclaimed actors of his generation, and portrays Obi-wan Kenobi in the first three Star Wars episodes. McGregor is married to French production designer Eve Mavrakis, whom he met while working on the TV show "Kavanagh QC" (1995). They married in France in the summer of 1995 and have two daughters, Clara Mathilde and Esther Rose. McGregor has formed a production company with friends Jonny Lee Miller, Sean Pertwee, Jude Law and Sadie Frost. Called Natural Nylon, they hope it will make innovative films that do not conform to Hollywood standards.

Jennifer Lopez is my other latina star favourites.She is funny,cool and I love all her movies too.
Jennifer Lopez, the first Latina actress to get paid over a million per movie as well as the first artist to have a number one movie and album in the same week!

As a dancer, singer, and actress J.Lo has got it all! She is one of the biggest names in entertainment today! Her new hit album, J.Lo, debuted at number one for two straight weeks and with her 2001 release Angel Eyes, she could be close to an Oscar nomination. But this is just the beginning for this multitalented and beautiful artist...Through all the tough and rough times this multitalented artist, Jennifer Lopez has gone through, she is one of the biggest entertainers and idols of today. She's currently rumored to be pregnant and engaged to Judd, and plans to wed have been made for September 2001.

Lopez's third single off her sophomore album, J.Lo, I'm Real Remix featuring rapper Ja Rule, premiered June 25, 2001 on MTV. A new clothing line, appropriately named J.Lo by Jennifer Lopez, hit stores Fall 2001 and Jen's next film Enough, was released on May 24 2002.

J.Lo went back to her 'roots', Puerto Rico, to film a concert special for broadcast by NBC on November 20, 2001.

Hit after hit, box office after box office, Jennifer Lopez cannot and will not be stopped. She'll continue to ascend to the highest places in the entertainment industry, becoming one of the brightest shining stars.
Currently married to Mark Anthony a latino actor/singer and producer.

Benjamin Géza Affleck (born August 15, 1972) is a Golden Globe Award-nominated American film actor, director, and Academy Award-winning and Golden Globe Award-winning screenwriter. He became known in the late 1990s, after his involvement in the film Good Will Hunting, and has since become a Hollywood leading man, having starred in several big budget films.
Personal life
Affleck had a high-profile romance with actress Gwyneth Paltrow in 1998, following her breakup with actor Brad Pitt. In 2002, he began dating actress/singer Jennifer Lopez, whom he met on the set of Gigli. The same year, his engagement to Lopez was announced, and the relationship between the two received a lot of attention by the entertainment media. Both subsequently lost fans and credibility, probably due in part to the saturation of Affleck/Lopez interviews and projects, and especially after the notorious failure of Gigli, which in part was due to the negative publicity which led to the couple being dubbed "Bennifer". The couple broke up in 2004, both blaming the media attention - including an alleged incident in which Affleck partied with Christian Slater and some lap dancers in Canada[4]. This negative publicity and media attention was also brought along to the 2004 Jersey Girl, which also was a box office failure.

Affleck subsequently dated his Daredevil co-star, actress Jennifer Garner, and the two were engaged after nine months of seeing each other. In May 2005, it was announced that Garner was pregnant and the couple were married on June 29, 2005 on the Caribbean islands of Turks and Caicos. Garner gave birth to a daughter, Violet Anne Affleck, on December 1, 2005. The couple currently lives in Santa Monica, California and Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Wednesday, 11 April 2007

History and Origin of Mother's Day

We had celebrated our mother's day here in UK a month ago.But I know May is the most known of celebrating the Mother's Day.However I found out that there are few Countries also celebrating their Mother's Day in different dates and months.But after all,it has the same outcomes.

Early Tributes to Mother

Some historian believes that the earliest celebrations of Mother's Day was the ancient spring festival dedicated to mother goddesses.The ancient Greek empire had a spring honouring Rhea,wife of Cronus and mother of the gods and goddesses.In Rome there was a Mother's Day-like festival dedicated to the worship of Cybele,also a mother goddess.Ceremonies in her honour began some 250 years before Christ was born.This Roman religious celebration known as Hilaria,lasted for three days from March 15-18.

Mother's Day history began nearly a thousand years B.C. with the Phrygians of Asia Minor. Their cult honored the Great Mother, Matar Kubileya, at their annual spring festival. This cult was introduced to Greece as early as the 5th century B.C. where the Great Mother became associated with Rhea. In the 3rd century B.C., the Romans knew Matar Kubileya as Cybele. After the introduction of Christianity, this celebration was held on the 4th Sunday of Lent, in honor of the Virgin Mary.

Mothering Sunday

In the U.K. during the 1600s, the celebration was expanded to honor all the mothers of England. The 4th Sunday of Lent was recognized as "Mothering Sunday." On this day, the poor servants of the wealthy were given the day off to return home to their mothers. Special church services were held in honor of the Virgin Mary, and mothers at home enjoyed flowers, small gifts and "mothering cakes."

Mother's Day in the U.S.

In the mid 1850s an Appalachian homemaker named Anna Jarvis wanted to raise awareness of the poor conditions in her community. She believed that mothers would best support the cause, so she established a day called "Mother's Work Day." The Mother's Work Clubs that developed from her efforts raised funds to provide medicine, milk, food and domestic help to those who had tuberculosis. During the Civil War, these women provided medical assistance to soldiers on both sides of the war. Near the end of the war, Mrs. Jarvis held a Mother's Friendship Day, on which people on both sides could come together peacefully. To the surprise of many, the day was a success and was a turning point in Mother's Day history.

In 1907, nearly two years after the death of Mrs. Anna Jarvis, her daughter, also named Anna, began work to memorialize the life of her mother. Her mother's church in West Virginia held the first celebration on the second anniversary of Mrs. Jarvis' death, May 12, 1907. White carnations, Mrs. Jarvis' favorite flower, were handed out at the service. Miss Jarvis also began to campaign in earnest to prominent businessmen, clergymen and politicians to create a national Mother's Day. By 1911, nearly all the states were celebrating the day on their own, but it wasn't until 1914 that President Woodrow Wilson declared the second Sunday in May a national holiday, Mother's Day.

At first Mother's Day was celebrated with church services and by writing letters to mom. Slowly this evolved as letters turned into Mother's Day cards. Flowers, gifts and other tokens of affection eventually accompanied these cards. Miss Anna Jarvis, the recognized founder of the modern Mother's Day, felt that the commercialization of the day was taking away from the sentiment and reportedly commented shortly before her death that she regretted working to establish the holiday. Despite her disappointment, Mother's Day flourished in the U.S.

Mother's Day Around the World

People all over the world spend at least a day every year to honor their mother. In the U.S. and several other parts of the world, including Japan, Australia and parts of Europe, Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May. In the UK, Mothering Sunday falls on the fourth Sunday of Lent. Elsewhere in the world mothers are honored:

on the second Sunday in February in Norway
on the first day of spring in Lebanon
on the first Sunday in May in South Africa
on May 10 in Mexico
on the last Sunday in May in France and Sweden
two weeks before Christmas in Serbia.
on the second Sunday in October in Argentina.
Also in October, the Hindus of India hold Durga Puja, a ten-day festival in honor of Durga, the Divine Mother. In Spain and Portugal, December 8 is a day set aside to pay tribute to the Virgin Mary and for children to honor their mother.

Each country has its own way to celebrate Mother's Day, but it all comes down to one thing: Showing your mother you care in some special way.



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After Reading Irel's post About good Friday!

I was so intrigue after reading Irel's post.So,I decided to google it to know it's history and here is the best result.I thought I'd share it to all of you.

Origins, Rituals, and Traditions of Good Friday

Of the numerous Christian holy days on the liturgical calendar, Good Friday is perhaps the most solemn and profound memorial. The dates of Good Friday, which vary by calendar year, occur between March 20th and April 23rd. Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus and falls on the last Friday before Easter. It is the pinnacle of Holy Week, and Christians observe this day with great humility and reverence.

History of Good Friday
As early as the first century, the Church set aside every Friday as a special day of prayer and fasting. It was not until the fourth century, however, that the Church began observing the Friday before Easter as the day associated with the crucifixion of Christ. First called Holy or Great Friday by the Greek Church, the name "Good Friday" was adopted by the Roman Church around the sixth or seventh century.

Good Friday Origins
There are two possible origins for the name "Good Friday". The first may have come from the Gallican Church in Gaul (modern-day France and Germany). The name "Gute Freitag" is Germanic in origin and literally means "good" or "holy" Friday. The second possibility is a variation on the name "God's Friday," where the word "good" was used to replace the word "God," which was often viewed as too holy for commoners to speak.

Good Friday Traditions
Good Friday rituals and traditions are distinct from those of all other Church observances and add to Good Friday's considerable significance. The entire ceremony is somber, with priests and deacons dressing in black vestments. The pulpit and the altar are bare, and no candles are lit. The purpose behind the solemn presentation is to create an awareness of grief over the sacrifice of God's only begotten Son.

Good Friday Church Rituals
Starting anytime between midnight and 3 a.m., priests and other clerics begin to recite specific prayers. At the morning ceremony, the priest or church official recites lessons from the scriptures. Afterwards, there is a succession of prayers asking for God's mercy and forgiveness on all mankind.

At the noon hour comes the Adoration of the Cross, where a representation of the True Cross is unveiled and the clergy and laity pay homage to the sacrifice of Christ. In the Jerusalem Church, a remnant of the True Cross itself is presented for the ceremony. Next comes the Mass of the Presanctified, in which the priest or church official takes Communion from the host that was blessed during the Maundy Thursday ceremony. The ceremony concludes around 3 p.m. with a procession, which is followed by evening prayers.

In many Protestant churches, Good Friday observances begin at noon and last until 3 p.m. This coincides with the hours (according to the scriptures) that Jesus hung on the cross. These services often include sermons on the last seven phrases that Jesus spoke while being crucified. Other services include re-enactments of the Passion according to the Gospel of John, processions of the Stations of the Cross, and the singing of appropriate hymns. All observances add to Good Friday significance and to the richness of meaning for those who know the history of the observance.

To many Christians, Good Friday is felt as a day of sorrow. It is a time to grieve over the sin of man and to meditate upon the love that God has so generously bestowed upon humanity in giving His only Son for the redemption of sin.



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Monday, 9 April 2007

How We Spent Our Easter?

We simply spent Easter with our family and love ones.On black Saturday we went to see Granny/Great Granny at Charlwood just 15 minutes drive from our place.Spent few hours with her as she was keen to see Kathleen and Christian.At 94 yrs old,she seems to be in a good form and had a good times with the kids.Sadly we had to leave in hindsight we all had fun and most especially Great granny who is so bubbly after a good old play with her great grandchildren(kath&chan2x).Left at Charlwood around 6 pm and headed to Amberly Sussex(FIL's house).Arrived exactly 7 pm and it was perfect time,the dinner was being served(I was so hungry)that I grabbed nibbles right away and was stuffing my fat faced until I felt so bloated.Sunday morning we went to the local church together with my in laws.They had an hour service only,was pretty quick than I used to.In the church that I grew up where we had a sunset-to-sunset service,which for me is a great way to worship the "LORD GOD".Anyhow it doesn't matter as long as we give HIM our time and we don't forget to thanked HIM in everyday.


Sunday lunch,we had a roast lamb,roast potatoe and boiled vegg such as brussels sprouts,parsnip,courgette and of course carrots for bunny(laugh).After our lunch we had our Easter Egg Hunting,since we only had 2 kids(kath and christian)and they had so much fun looking for the Eggs.of course Daddy and Grandpa didn't hide it well,they thought that the kids would have hard time finding it,and they were proven wrong because Kath found the eggs straigt away.

We headed home after our tea time and arrived safe last night around 8pm.Christian was a bit fractious,it might have something to do that he is overtired.He played all day run around in Granpa's garden and didn't have his afternoon nap.He did'nt sleep until midnight and was sick all over in our bed.Poor baby!

Anyway here is our Easter pictures to shares.Since this year our weather was much much nicer compare to our Easter last year that is wet,cold and horrible.Thanks to God!

With my little madaam/bossy daughter hahahaha.


With my little naughty monkey hehehehe.


Me on magnolia tree.Last year this tree was full of blossoms and was really blooming so well unlike this year it's less likely to bloom.So I think me in there will help a lot to look the tree more beautiful hahahahaha(kidding folks).


Our little monkey who only eats nothing but banana lol.He really is addicted to banana.Can't live without banana,huh!Everymeal time he always point to where the banana is being placed lol.


Our one beautiful daughter who loves flowers.Soon as she see's any flowers she will settled happily.This was taken on Easter Sunday in Grandpa's garden.


He now knows how to pose lol.Here we go hubby striking a pose just to make me happy,lol.

Thanks all for your kind visits.Happy Monday!



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Friday, 6 April 2007

Easter;Its Roots and Symbols


f late I have been noticing, in addition to the usual attacks on Halloween and Christmas, some attacks by some Christians on the Easter holiday. (It is a welcome relief to see these attacks on Easter not (mostly) being converted to attacks on the Roman Catholic Church, as they tend to be in the tracts against Christmas and Halloween).

Easter falls in the Spring, right around the Vernal Equinox, and is a most amazing season indeed. Plants come alive again from the winter season, when they seemed to be dead.

Primitive cultures found this to be a very sacred and holy thing, and have honored it in many ways down thru recorded history. And, as one might expect, it has been invariably symbolized by the rebirth of a dead deity. From linguistic evidence, I feel we can safely assume that this concept is at least 30, 000 to 50, 000 years old, and perhaps older.

Spring has been, and is, the season for much merrymaking and fun, much of the time with an emphasis on sexual fertility. New Orleans' famous Mardi Gras, or Rio de Janeiro's Carnival are two good examples of modern spring festivals with a blatant sexual aspect, when "all rules are off" and almost anything can happen. These festivals in the Christian world end at Lent, when forty days of penitential fasting ensue before Easter itself.

This fertility aspect of the season may be sublimated by the "Easter Dance" or "Spring Prom" found in many educational institutions of the English-speaking world.

The Jewish tradition of the Middle East was a bit more puritanical. Passover (Hebrew: Pesach, when all the first-born of Egypt were slain) is a celebration of the Flight from Egypt (and has become a re-affirmation of the values of personal freedoms) and not fertility oriented at all.

Lambs were sacrificed in the Temple at Jerusalem, and from this sacrifice comes the symbol of Jesus as the "Lamb of God," the final and perfect sacrifice.

Jesus, "on the night that he was betrayed," apparently celebrated Passover with his disciples (and thus established the Christian Communion rite). This is why Easter is so close in timing to Passover.

But many Christian Churches, in the early days of Christianity, could not agree on the date of Easter. This was the primary disagreement between the Celtic (Culdee) Church and Rome for many years, with the Celtic Church keeping the holiday on the fourteenth day after the paschal moon (according to the rule of the Council of Arles in 314 CE, and in spite of St. Augustine and the "Synod of the Oak") and the Roman observing it between the fifteenth and twenty-first. This was pretty much settled at the famous Council of Whitby in 664 CE, with Aldhelm, the Bishop of Sherborne, persuading the Celtic Christians in Cornwall to conform to the Roman usage in the early part of the eighth century CE.

Easter is apparently named after the pagan goddess Eostre (Latin: Oestre), an Anglo-Saxon maiden-goddess of fertility. Some might link her to Ishtar / Astarte, the Middle Eastern goddess, but such a link is only apparent. The identification of Ishtar with Astarte was instituted by Sargon the Great when he engaged in his wars of conquest, to make his goddess the goddess of the conquered areas.

The similarities in names are probably because of the very early lingual connections mentioned above. Their languages have a common Indo-European ancestry, and god-names change slowly indeed.



This goddess-name may be older than we suspect. The "Oestre" name in Latin apparently derives from the Greek, and has it's roots in a word that means "frenzy." We see this word again in English in "estrus," meaning a female mammal 'in heat' and able to conceive, and there we see the meaning behind the "frenzy" definition.

Since we also see a similar word in Anglo-Saxon, and cognates of "Ost" or "East" only appear in the Germanic languages (that includes English) we might look at the origins of the root-word as being before Greek and the Germanic languages separated. This is advanced only as speculation, but I feel it is worthy of the attention of better scholars than I.



but I digress ......


I have read that since Easter is named after a pagan goddess, then we should not celebrate the holiday. Well, then it follows that we should not participate in any of the days of the week, either, because they are named after pagan deities, too.

The seven day week was developed in Babylon (O horrors!) ca. 2300 BCE, and consisted of days to honor the five visible planets and the sun and moon. Their week consisted of: Shamash (Sun's day), Sin (Moon's day), Nebo (Mercury), Istar (Venus,) Nergal (Mars), Marduk (Jupiter) and Ninurta (Saturn.)

The names we use come borrowed from the Norse deities associated with the same planets: Sun's Day, Moon's Day, Tiu's Day, Wodin's Day, Thor's Day, Freya's Day and Saturn's Day.

And the months of January, March and June are right out, being named for the Roman deities Janus, Mars and Juno.

Oh ... yeah .... and the concept of the 360 degree circle and our 24 hour day are Babylonian-based, too.




As with most seasonal festivals, it is a festival of light ..... we see candles and solar images right and left: candles are ceremoniously lit in many churches, and many popular myths record that one can see the sun dancing, or the image of the Lamb in the solar orb, at sunrise on Easter Day. Bonfires are common, too.

We also see many customs that seem to be related to crop growth rituals. In Macedonia the young girls would swing from swings on the village green, and people were "lifted" (ceremoniously raised up while sitting in chairs) in England as late as James I and VI. These seem to be an encouragement for the crops to grow high.

Water also figures in these celebrations, from a popular medieval English peasant belief that running water became holy (and thus was endowed with magical properties on Easter morning) to sprinkling and squirting the girls of the village, accompanied by much fun and horseplay.

Flowers such as the lily play a major part in Easter decorations, as well they should for a Spring festival.


The Easter Rabbit is very interesting, and one of the oldest symbols of the Spring. In Indo-European mythology, the hare is sacred to the Goddess, being supposedly seen in the markings on the moon (another goddess symbol, though not universal by any means).

In Germany, children were told that the Easter Hare would bring them eggs on Easter if they were good. This is the origin of our Easter Bunny. It is first mentioned in Germany in the 1500's.

Eggs are an obvious symbol of rebirth. In the eyes and mind of men they seem to be a miraculous springing forth of life from a cold and dead object. Mithras, Tammuz, Re (Egypt), Brama (India) and P'an Ku (China) all were said to have been born from eggs. The link to Easter is an obvious one.

We don't know when the custom of eggs at Easter originated. There is a grave excavated at Worms, Germany that contains two goose eggs painted with stripes and dots, but it is unknown if the grave is Christian. We do have evidence of Easter eggs from 11th Century CE Poland and from Britain ca. Edward I.

Pope Gregory the Great (590-604 CE) forbade eggs during Lent, and they therefore became a great delicacy after Lent at Easter.

The Easter Parade is dying out, more is the pity. This was a custom of promenading along the main streets in your best spring finery, saying hello to all your friends and showing off a bit. It was quite the social occasion for many years, reaching it's real peak in the Gay '90s.

Now we have commercialized parades chock full of advertising and secular motifs, or giant Easter sales in the department stores, and "The Easter Parade" is just a quaint old song.




Of course, if you want to get sticky about pagan symbols, the fish symbol was used for Dagon (whence comes many of the attacks on the Pope, who wears a "fish-hat"), while the Dove (the popular symbol of the Holy Spirit) was sacred to Astarte, Ishtar and Aphrodite.

The image of the Dove reborn out of the mouth of the Dolphin was quite a common Mediterranean pagan image .... and the word "jonah" means "dove."

Ring any bells?

Even the Latin for "catacomb," the tombs under Rome, was "columbaria," which means "dovecote."




All things are made new in Spring ..... even old mythos! The absorption into Christianity of the old pagan myths and legends is only natural; we see it again and again, even in the pagan mythos .... a new religion takes from the old such things as it can use to it's own profit. We can certainly see this in the Wiccan adoption of the (originally Christian and symbolizing the Five Wounds of Christ) pentagram!





The pentagram has become so ingrained in the minds of many people as being a pagan symbol that even I was jarred when I walked into a church (now no longer in use) several years ago and saw the repeated motif of the interlaced five-pointed star in the stained glass windows!



Those who rail against this holiday spend a lot of time attacking the outward symbols as being pagan .... and they are right. These symbols are pagan in origin. But are they still thought of as pagan by most Christians?

I find I must repeat what I wrote in my article on Christmas:

"You see, symbols mean what your culture has taught you they mean. If when you look at the Cross you think of Jesus of Nazareth and see a symbol of redemption you are interpeting it as a Christian symbol. If you see it as a gallows; as a means of executing criminals against the State, then you are seeing it as an ancient Roman would. There are many other pagan associations with the cross, including the Norse sun-cross and it's usage as a generalized solar symbol. Should we then interpet the Cross as a pagan symbol? Of course not!

Equally, no one sees the symbols of Christmas (or Easter!) detailed above as anything other than either symbols of a commercialized, secular holiday or the birth of the Child. The past pagan associations these symbols had are pretty much dead, and the notion of an Eternal Conspiracy to demonize these symbols is prima facie silly. These are symbols and traditions, deeply engraved in the folk conciousness, that have simply taken on a much deeper meaning."


"And if the devil has been trying to 'pervert it's symbols thru the ages, giving them pagan meanings,' then to view them as such is to fall into Old Scratch's trap, isn't it?"

If this "rebirth of a dead deity" pagan story is only a myth spread by Satan, then it follows that it blew up in the Old Liar's face when it was made fact.

There is no evil in this holiday, nor in it's trappings. Only a Great Truth!





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Wednesday, 4 April 2007

Amazing Vocal



This is a recording from a friend in Florida.I honestly believe that she have a great and amazing vocal.

beautiful family


She got the package,if you know what I mean.She is a close humble friend named Annaliza,originally from Iligan City.


Blessed with a very handsome boy named Joshua.



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Re-scheduled Appointment.Back to freezing weather Again!



Good morning everyone!It's 9:47 am here,should be having my breakfast but still on cooking,on it's way.So I am here on my PC writing down an entry.Today is suppossedly my smear test appointment and I was raring to go but due to my crazy menstral cycle who just randomly come in a surprise my appointment is cancelled.Re-scheduled has been done and it would be next 2 weeks.I am due since after my birthday that was January and since then I was unable to picked a right dates for it.[SIGH]


Yesterday,I was invited by a friend to have a sort of late lunch at their house.She cooked us a proper filipino Chicken Adobo and it was really tasty.We didn't stay that long for it was kinda late and we had to drop by into the park before dark.Headed home around 30 mins after our meal,I know it wasn't right but rude of me for rushing home but Bea understood completely and didn't make a fuss.Weather was not great anyway,it was freezing at about 37 deegree's.If not because of Kath I would have stay longer.But I promised kath I will take her somewhere to have fun with since it's her holiday.So it is,I took my kids and it was worth even it's freezing but still they both enjoyed and had so much fun and clearly the weather didn't bothered them at all though I can see their hands are both red and both had a teardrop caused by the very cold gasp of wind.Simple pleasure I can assure and it don't cost anything.

Here are some pictures to shares:


This is such a lovely shot!

My kids striking a pose..


My son is having fun....I know he is too little for this ride but he insist to climb and anyway is not that risky hehehehe.He is becoming more and more tricksy each day.He don't believe in the word "NO" rather to do things his own way.He have a mind on his own until mummy gets annoyed and spank his butt hehehehe.But he is still a sweetie,cute,funny and yeah this is what my husband like a naughty little boy so here we go,more wrinkly years to come.[laughs]

Mummy also striking a pose,just pretending I don't feel the cold but to be honest I was totally shaking on that time though I had a thermal underwears on but still the cold gets into my flesh.I had a coat as well but obviously I'm not wearing on this picture.Looks is being prioritise hahahahaha.Concerned more on how I look like in the camera rather than the cold weather and wrapping warmly.Sacrificing for my camera looks hahahaha.It is rather sillyness.


with my baby girl


with my baby boy

If you guys wonder I just love taking pictures for keep sake so when I'm old and wrinkly I can still remember the happy days.Also I want my kids to remember our fun memories together hehehehe....charrrr!


For more pics just visit HERE

Have a nice day all!




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Monday, 2 April 2007

Sunday the 1st of April(Family bonding time)

This is our recent video that was just taken last weekend!A simple family fun day and to see more captured moments GO HERE!



Last weekend as usual we didn't do much.Saturday we went to see my in laws and bought something for my niece(Pollyanthus) as her late b-day present.I had a great time playing tennis with my nephew(George)and we also played football in my in law's garden.All that running around had caused me pain all over my body.It obviously show's how often I do exercised,not at all but sat on my pc all day.I really was knackered and at the same time I feel great that I was able to play as sort of exercised.Nicer to be active once again and felt less lousy for the first time after those long freezing days.


Sunday was kinda sunny day and yet chilly.Hubby got up around 9 am and grabbed us all a breakfast across the roads(in our favourite cafe).Afternoon we had a run through the "NEXT STORE" they had a big sale and I managed to find something for myself and the kids of course.Then we headed to MCDO for our tea time and before we headed home we dropped by into the park as our promise for the kids to play one more time.

Then,here comes monday back to reality but lucky me for I don't need to get up that early anymore.My daughter is on Easter break so off school 'til 16th of april.Woooohoooo....sounds great,isn't it?I have a break...yes a break!Finally!


Btw,I thank you girls for all your comments and tags.It was all appreciated!Have a bless day!


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Sunday, 1 April 2007

April Fools Day!Origin and History!

April Fools' Day, sometimes called All Fools' Day, is one of the most light hearted days of the year. Its origins are uncertain. Some see it as a celebration related to the turn of the seasons, while others believe it stems from the adoption of a new calendar.

New Year's Day Moves
Ancient cultures, including those as varied as the Romans and the Hindus, celebrated New Year's Day on or around April 1. It closely follows the vernal equinox (March 20th or March 21st.) In medieval times, much of Europe celebrated March 25, the Feast of Annunciation, as the beginning of the new year.

In 1582, Pope Gregory XIII ordered a new calendar (the Gregorian Calendar) to replace the old Julian Calendar. The new calendar called for New Year's Day to be celebrated Jan. 1. That year, France adopted the reformed calendar and shifted New Year's day to Jan. 1. According to a popular explanation, many people either refused to accept the new date, or did not learn about it, and continued to celebrate New Year's Day on April 1. Other people began to make fun of these traditionalists, sending them on "fool's errands" or trying to trick them into believing something false. Eventually, the practice spread throughout Europe.

Problems With This Explanation
There are at least two difficulties with this explanation. The first is that it doesn't fully account for the spread of April Fools' Day to other European countries. The Gregorian calendar was not adopted by England until 1752, for example, but April Fools' Day was already well established there by that point. The second is that we have no direct historical evidence for this explanation, only conjecture, and that conjecture appears to have been made more recently.

Constantine and Kugel
Another explanation of the origins of April Fools' Day was provided by Joseph Boskin, a professor of history at Boston University. He explained that the practice began during the reign of Constantine, when a group of court jesters and fools told the Roman emperor that they could do a better job of running the empire. Constantine, amused, allowed a jester named Kugel to be king for one day. Kugel passed an edict calling for absurdity on that day, and the custom became an annual event.

"In a way," explained Prof. Boskin, "it was a very serious day. In those times fools were really wise men. It was the role of jesters to put things in perspective with humor."

This explanation was brought to the public's attention in an Associated Press article printed by many newspapers in 1983. There was only one catch: Boskin made the whole thing up. It took a couple of weeks for the AP to realize that they'd been victims of an April Fools' joke themselves.

Spring Fever
It is worth noting that many different cultures have had days of foolishness around the start of April, give or take a couple of weeks. The Romans had a festival named Hilaria on March 25, rejoicing in the resurrection of Attis. The Hindu calendar has Holi, and the Jewish calendar has Purim. Perhaps there's something about the time of year, with its turn from winter to spring, that lends itself to lighthearted celebrations.

Observances Around the World
April Fools' Day is observed throughout the Western world. Practices include sending someone on a "fool's errand," looking for things that don't exist; playing pranks; and trying to get people to believe ridiculous things.

The French call April 1 Poisson d'Avril, or "April Fish." French children sometimes tape a picture of a fish on the back of their schoolmates, crying "Poisson d'Avril" when the prank is discovered.


Anyway,today the 1st of April I am crowned as the Bisdak Member of the month and as a proud bisdak I am so deligted to have a certificate and these very cute siggy's and to see the entry and my prizes kindly Click here

Happy Fools Day Everyone!

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