Tuesday, June 17, 2008


This is P500.00 worth of Unleaded Gasoline these days! WTF! I think I'll be taking the MRT going to work instead! Argh!

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Shooting two birds with one....

uhmmm... camera?:)

The Shrine of Jesus

These are pictures I took of the Shrine of Jesus near the SM Mall of Asia.

A Game for Life

The Manila Jaycees recently held its annual charity event called L.I.F.E. (Leukemic Indigents Fund Endowment) at the Araneta Coliseum. This year's theme was "A Game for Life". The Baby Jaycees brought the kids to the Big Dome to watch the game between Talk 'N Text and Coca Cola. It was very touching to see the kids enjoy their time despite their serious disease.

Monday, May 05, 2008

Not so Happy Feet?

Our recent trip to Baguio was so tiring that my bestfriend Mark just lay on the sofa as soon we arrived at our hotel room.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Smoke Photography

This is my first attempt at smoke photography. What a stress reliever! :)

Friday, December 07, 2007

I made it!!!

This isn't a creative picture but what the heck, my name is on it!!! hahah I made it! After a month of agony and uncertainty, I am finally graduating!!! Thanks to all those who helped me!
Q-Thanks for the understanding and inspiration, Macoy, Pat and Tintin-thanks for the encouraging words
To my parents-thank you for the financial help (hehehe) and the understanding.
To my brother and sister-thanks for cheering me when I'm about to lose it
Julla-thanks for the calling me kahit nasa Saudi ka na, I really appreciate it!
Gem, Euclid and Trophy (my classmates)-salamat sa pagpapalakas ng loob ko! Kinaya din natin!!!
Ms.Trixie Silerio (our very dependable drillmaster)-We wouln't have made it without you!!!
Prof. Danny Antonio and Prof. Ning Lagman- Thank you for everything you've shared with me and the entire class. We really learned a lot!
Thank you God for giving me the strength and patience to overcome this challenge!
I MADE IT!!!! hahahahhahahahahahhaha

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Timberland Revisited

After a year of construction, our residential project in Timberland Heights, San Mateo, Rizal, is finally finished. I've learned a lot of things about construction while handling this project. We are about to start a new project similar to this one and my staff and I are excited about how this new one will turn out.


Monday, November 19, 2007

One week to go!!!

I received my professors' comments two weeks ago and I have one more week to address all their questions and comments. I can do this!!!

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide

There are some things in life that you simply can't run away from.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Hell week!!!

Two weeks from now, I will be submitting my business plan for my master's degree at AIM and I am trying my best to recall all the lessons I have learned from my more than 18-month experience in school. I am bound to have sleepless nights for the next two weeks doing my paper and I am sure the rest of my classmates are experiencing the same stress and pressure I am experiencing now. I am two months away from receiving my diploma and I am not sure if I'll be ecstatic about it considering the agony I will go through before finally graduating. As our professor puts it, we are still in boot camp and we all know that boot camp isn't fun at all!!!

Boot camp sucks!!!

This made me a bit better:

Aries (Mar 21 - Apr 19)[?]


The Bottom Line

Have the confidence to do what you want. You can do this! Just make an attempt.

In Detail

Have the confidence to do what you want today. Don't be afraid to step into a new situation. Sure, you might not know how everything works at first, but that doesn't have to put you at a disadvantage. After the first five minutes, your nerves will be back to normal and you will even start to feel a sense of accomplishment. Step out of your comfort zone -- there's just no other way to get that 'hey, I can do this!' feeling. So take a deep breath and do it!

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Lazy photographer in Palawan

It was a cloudy weekend when my friends and I went to Palawan for a well-deserved vacation. We went to Honda Bay which is probably one of the best spots I've been to in the Philippines. We went snorkeling at Pambato reef! The water wasn't as clear as we have expected but we had a great time anyway! After that, our boat brought us to Starfish island. True to its name, there were starfishes all over the place!!! All throughout this trip, I didn't bring my camera with me because I thought it was too heavy to carry around and missed the opportunity to take great pictures of the place. I won't be going to Palawan any time soon and I am feeling the guilt until now for now bringing my camera along. Lesson learned? Don't be a lazy ass when you've waited for a long time for a trip to a magnificent place like Palawan!
*These pictures were taken somewhere in Palawan as well... The only two pictures I took there! :( Argh! Argh! Argh!