Day 121/365: The Way You Look at Me
This is one of the Best OPM Song that I still keep on singing until today. The song speaks of unspoken words of love that can simply be express by how we look to someone eyes. An expression of happiness, confidence and trust. An everlasting promise that binds moments of love that we keep alive on our hearts. Feel the love by a simple look 🙂
Day 94/365: Water Splashing, A St John the Baptist Festival
All towns and suburbs named San Juan (St. John the Baptist) celebrate this festival every June 24, which involveds playfool “baptism” with ilang-ilang scented water and is ment as a coy filtration between the sexes. It can degenerate into a free-for-all water fight with much drenching and laughter. Places to see and be drenched include San Juan in Metro Manila; Baylan in Batangas, which stages a lechon parade; Punta in Taytay, near Bacolod City, in Negros Occidental and Camiguin, North Mindanao.
Day 80/365: Strobism
Strobism is all about controlling what is perhaps the most important aspect of photography – light. Traditional photographers used to seek out the best light possible in order to make great photographs, strobists create it themselves. At the heart of the stobist movement is being able to understand how light, and more specifically the combination of light from multiple sources contributes towards great photographs.
Day 73/365: Mommy Olei: The Pug
The Pug is a small, stocky, square, thickset dog. The round head is massive with a short, blunt, square shaped muzzle. Moles on the cheeks are considered beauty spots. The teeth meet in a slight undershot bite. The very large, prominent eyes are dark. The small, thin ears are either rose or button shaped. The face has large, deep wrinkles. The high set tail is curled over the back and a double curl is preferred in the show ring. Dewclaws are usually removed. The short coat is soft, fine and smooth. Coat colors come in apricot, fawn, black and silver.
Day 71/365: Midnight Tiangge at Mercato Centrale
Are you looking for a place that will satisfy your late night cravings? Then come to Midnight Mercato at Bonifacio Global City, the newest haven for late night food enthusiasts from around Metro Manila!
Great selection of late night foods! Air-conditioned tents! Live entertainment! Free Wi-Fi! ADMISSION IS FREE!
41/365: A.k.a James Howlett
Born the second son of wealthy landowners John and Elizabeth Howlett in Alberta, Canada during the late 19th Century, James Howlett was a frail boy of poor health. James was largely neglected by his mother, who was institutionalized for a time following the death of her first son, John Jr., in 1897. He spent most of his early years on the estate grounds and had two playmates that lived on the Howlett estate with him: Rose, a red-headed girl who was brought in from town to be a companion to young James, and a boy nicknamed “Dog” who was the son of the groundskeeper, Thomas Logan. Thomas Logan was an alcoholic and was extremely abusive to his son. The children were close friends but as they reached young adulthood, the abuse inflicted upon Dog warped his mind. His actions would lead to a tragic chain of events. that started as the three neared their adolescent years when Dog made unwanted advances toward Rose and James reported it to his father. In retaliation Dog killed James’s pet dog. This in turn resulted in the expulsion of Thomas Logan and Dog Logan from the estate.
Day 40/365: Immortality
Immortality concerns whether that surviving aspect continues to exist forever. While evidence for survival is not necessarily evidence for immortality, evidence against survival is clearly evidence against immortality. Thus articles advocating pure mortalism or “the extinction hypothesis”–the thesis that death is the complete, permanent annihilation of the person–reject immortality in virtue of rejecting survival after death. Since there is little difference between impersonal survival and complete annihilation, the articles below generally only concern the notion of personal survival–the idea that persons will survive death as distinct individuals.
Day 39/365: Jollibee Chicken Joy Secrets
In the last 25 years, Chickenjoy has evolved from just a plain chicken product to a strong and well-loved brand in the QSR (quick service restaurant) industry. It reached the level of having an established emotional affinity among Filipinos given its constancy as a functional product and the heritage that it continuously imparts in every household. A uniquely delicious total sensory experience enjoyed by the whole family: Crispylicious, juicylicious, amoy delicious and gravylicious. Satisfies not only your family’s craving for a delicious chicken meal but also your family’s needs for bonding moments.