Happy Birthday Major! I know you don't celebrate your birthday since you're a Buddhist. But I want to greet you anyway. Thank you that in the __ years of your existence (in this lifetime), we have crossed paths and you have helped us, a lot! Thank you for being born.
Just last week, I was looking for Twinings in Unimart, but it isn't available. Out-of-stock maybe, so I settle for another brand/s. Yes, I went 'tea shopping'.. And when I came home this afternoon, I saw this gift:
This yuletide season, let us not forget that theStar ofChristmas isJesus Christ. It is not about the decors, the gifts, and delectable foods that are served on the table, but rather, it is the birth of the BRIGHTEST STAR who saved us all. For this reason, may we all be thankful and be merry. Happy Christmas to you and your family and may you have an awesome year ahead!
On December 25, we'll be celebrating the birth of our Brightest Star, our savior, Jesus Christ. Even though it's children's (picture) book, it inspired me to write this article.
My Brightest Star by Maria Kathrina Lopez Yarza December 19, 2011 Christmas is a time of celebration, a season of enjoying sumptuous meals and special treats with family and friends. But in the midst of merriment, let us not forget the star atop the Christmas tree, and the real reason why we celebrate Christmas: Jesus Christ. With Him as our star, we can definitely move forward and twinkle brightly. This reflection was in my thoughts after reading the book “Brightest,’’ published by Isshin Dream Publishing. A picture book for children and adults as well, “Brightest’’ imparts a deep message that tugs at the heartstrings.
December 17. It's Papa (Lolo)'s Birthday today. Although he already passed away 11 years ago, we can still feel his presence whenever we have a (Lopez) family gathering. No, it's not that we can't get over his passing, but we are happy, we had him in our lives.
Isshin Dream Publishing would like to invite you to The Seven: The Key of Credence by Veronica Mist and Brightest by Johann de Venecia and Joanne Crisner book launch in cooperation with SM City Calamba and National Book Store Calamba branch.
The event will run from Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 2:00pm until Monday, December 19, 2011 at 10:00pm
There will be a short program on the 17th and a book signing. We'll be having a writing and art competition and we're encouraging everyone to enter. ^_^
We'll showcase the art on the books for the rest of the week as well as the works of the winners :)
Karen Bernal & I have been friends since after I featured her on my column. I already knew her before the article came out, and then we really got to know each other and became closer after after constant FB'ing, YM'ing & texting. I'm happy to be her inspiration & confidant. She visited me when I was in PGH last April, but my operation was still on-going that time.
Friends through thick & thin; thick because Teresa is on the chubby side, and thin because my Madge is so skinny. Hahaha. Teresa is Madge's salbabida, while Madge is Teresa's panungkit. LOL. Anyway, just read my column.
One fine friendship by Maria Kathrina Lopez Yarza December 5, 2011 Whenever Madge introduces me to her old friend from her grade school or high school days, her first line would always be, “She was my best friend in…” I would often tease her that each one of her classmates had become her best friend and we would both laugh. But there was one person who is best among the rest; she’s Teresa Rivera whom she is friends with since grade school, up until now that they have grandchildren.
the Cagayan De Oro Bloggers will hold an outreach program in the newly opened public primary school in Besigan. Cadayunan Primary School is 52 kilometers away from the city proper and most of the people in the area are farmers with no regular transportation except dump trucks provided by the city government to help the people transport their farm products. Before it the school was operational, the cildren used to walk 12 kilometers to and fro everyday to reach the nearest school. This resulted to in-attendance; most of them was skipping school and eventually stopped going to school.