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Friday, May 30, 2008

Got this tag from ate jerla..thank you so very many,hehe.. this will be my first tag here.

1. Copy from ::Start Copy Here:: through ::End Copy Here::

2. Add your blog to the list. Feel free to add all your other blogs. Just make sure to post this to each of the blog you added in the list.

3. Tag other online friends you know.You don’t need to be tag in order to join. If you want to join just post this one in your blog.

4. Let me know your blog’s name and url by leaving me a comment HERE. I will add you to the master list.That way, everyone is happy and can meet new friends too!

5. Come back once in a while to get the master list! Let’s see how this makes our Technorati and PR goes up!

6. DO NOT REMOVE THIS: scrap page made by Yen. Using alphas and tapes from Kate H., flowers from Ida,paper by Catrine.

1. Me and Mine 2.Creative In Me 3.Little Peanut 4. Pea in a Pod 5. Sugar Magnolias 6. Chez Francine 7. Le bric à brac de Cherie 8. La Place de Cherie 9. SuperNova and SweetPain 10. Avee's Adventures 11. Fil-Am Stories 12. Air Sick 13. Essay of Life 14. All About Reviews 15. From PI With Love 16. tasteful voyage 17. a mom's note 18. There's no place like home 19. Beautiful Soul 20. YOUR LINK HERE

Feel free to grab this guyz..and spread the friendship virus!


Monday, May 19, 2008

Yesterday I've seen most of them,'s not that we lost contact with each other it's just that we were out of coverage area lately,LOL! Summer is almost over so we plan to make some plans..huh? I still don't know what but I think I have an idea already. Here I go again, do you know what I mean?? Anywayz, I'm looking forward to what it's gonna be... hehe! my frendlalu'zz, see ya!

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the Chicken!

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Is the world's most popular bird probably. According to estimates, there are over 13 billion chickens! And it's meat is so popular that more than 73 billion pound of it are consumed each year. And hens, produce some 600 billion eggs a year worldwide. Chicken is a descent of the red jungle fowl of Asia. And man soon discovered that chickens can be their very best friend. Chickens are raised for domestic and commercial use. Who doesn't love chicken meat??? It blends perfectly with different flavorings. Wether fried, roasted, broiled, or stewed. Or omelet, sunny side up, and scrambled...hmmmm sooo yummy! There is no cookbook in this planet that doesn't have chicken recipes, that's for sure! We should be thankful and grateful to chickens, for the pleasure and good life they thus bring us. And our God, for giving us these chickens... life would completely be different and sad without the existance of these beautiful souls, the cHicKens.

some breeds of chicken: white leg horn, sussex and polish

manang vendor

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

I haven't heard her pass by the street for quite a while now. She used to sell lumpia, chikalang, toron, and empanada....wahhhh! I miss her! Every 3 o'clock in the afternoon, her yelling voice wakes us up from our afternoon nap. It's time for a snack! She puts those goody goodies in her basket and roam around the neighborhood. We eagerly wait for her and all those kakanin. But where is she now??? She's gone! What happened to her? I hope she'll be back soon. I hope that she can continue making those kakanin and be able to bring it to us. Her job is a labor of love, defenitely! It's not easy making those goodies you know. You must be patient and talented. I admire manang vendor and her hardwork. She doesn't just do all that work for herself, but also she thus brings delight to us her suki.

tHe oLder ones..

Friday, May 2, 2008

tree Like a mighty tree, they are planted in this garden called life. Yet same as blossom, they slowly wither and eventually die. The elderly are taken for granted most of the time, myths about old age abound. But are these myths true? World Health Organization exposes the fallacy of some of these myths. Let's consider few..

Myth: Most older people live in the industrialized world.
Fact: Actually, over 60% of the world's 580 million older people live in developing countries. An increasing number of people in these lands are reaching old age as a result of better health care and improvements in sanitation, housing and nutrition.

Myth: Older people have nothing to contribute.
Fact: Older people make substancial contributions by doing work for which they are not paid. For instance, an estimated 2 million children in the United States are being cared for by their grandparents, with 1.2 million of them living in their grandparents home. Thus older people provide shelter, food, and education and convey cultural values to their grandchildren while enabling mothers and fathers to continue to work. Also older people when still capable can do much needed caregiving. Example in developing countries where AIDS is a problem, the elderly care for their infected adult children and when these die they have to raise their orphaned grand children.

Myth: Older people lived the work force because they can no longer perform their jobs.
Fact: They more often lived the work force because of disadvantages in education or training or because ageism (prejudice against the elderly) rather than older age in itself.

Myth: Older people do not want to work.
Fact: Older people are often excluded from paying jobs despite their willingness and ability to continue working. They are being told to leaved employment to younger job seekers though ar not as capable and efficient as the older ones.

The elderly should be a sorce of expertise that can be put to good use. Countries should see their ageing populatons not as a problem but as a potential solution to the problem. Our grandparents and the elderly ones in general truly deserves our respect and affection. They are and will continue to be Beautiful Souls.

Source: Awake Magazine