Showing posts with label Miscellaneous. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Miscellaneous. Show all posts

Friday, March 4, 2011

Kids Summer Class Cebu

Camp Happy Kids Center

Ever wondered where you want your kids to spend this coming summer? If you are looking for a great place for your kids to have a break from school while developing their skills in dance, voice, dramatics, speech and drama, arts and crafts, and just enjoy their summer! Camp Happy Kids Center is my first pick for you to try and find out what they could offer for your kids here in Cebu.

Located at Enmore Residence Hall, 257-A Jose Avila St. cor. Ma. Kristina ext. (near Sacred Heart School Hijas de Jesus [Girls'])Barangay Kamputhaw, Cebu City. You can contact the center thru email and by phone 0922-530-1503, 0922-858-9579, 0928-214-5595, 0906-469-0866.

for more info and updates you can visit their facebook page Kids Summer Class Cebu at Camp Happy Kids Center

See you all at Camp Happy Kids Center "Capturing the playful artist in your child"
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Monday, November 29, 2010

6 55 Lotto Result | Grand Lotto November 29, 2010

PCSO confirms one winner of P741.2M Grand Lotto 6/55 Jackpot. Winner is from Luzon. Congratulations!

Grand 6/55 11-16-42-47-31-37. Jackpot Price: Php 741176323.20 numbers in any particular order.

Here are the winning combination of numbers for the grand lotto 6/55 result 11-16-42-47-31-37.

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Friday, November 13, 2009

Finding a Japanese Grocery in Cebu

Finding a cheap Japanese Grocery here in Cebu is really hard. 

There are many Japanese groceries out there in Cebu City, 

but everytime I visit such places, I always end up emptying my 
wallet because of the expensive items that are for sale.

are increasing, maybe its because more and more people are acquainted to eating Japanese foods. More and more Japanese Restaurants have been showing up and scattered all out the Cebu City metropolis, Mandaue City, and Lapu Lapu. And because of competition, Japanese restaurants are forced to lower their prices, therefore creating a need for a much cheaper store or shop for Japanese grocery that is available in Cebu City.

How I wish there will be a Japanese Grocery here in Cebu that we can say it to be locally competitive, affordable,and guaranteed to be the cheapest in town. Making it your one stop shop in buying items for your Japanese cooking needs.

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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Spooky Halloween Music

Spooky Halloween Music

Halloween is fast approaching, and my mother want to have a Halloween party at school. Now, my mother wants me to find a very nice Spooky Halloween Music for the party! While searching the web, I came across too many sites that offers Halloween music, but I’m still confused to what song I’ll be taking. Well, I still got about 7 to 8 days to go. I need your suggestions folks!! So comment if you do have. Thanks!!

Friday, May 30, 2008

The Lange Foundation – Jillian Lange

The Lange Foundation – Jillian Lange

The Lange Foundation featured on Oprah is a foundation dedicated to adopting animals/pets that no longer have their homes. Therefore, stopping or minimizing pet killings, those are on deathrow on most shelters that don’t have space.
It would be nice if we have something like this in the Philippines. Anyways, here is the video on Oprah.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Working in Waterfront Hotel

Every time I go to work, I always take on my daily routines. Preparing myself for work, taking a jeepney, getting my uniform and reporting on my area.

Everyday is just the same, meeting the same people and doing the same task. I spent most of my time at work. I guess, most people do, most of us spend our time mostly at work. Our workplace has become our second home.

There was a time when somebody who I happen to be with on the jeepney on the way to work asked me where I work? I answered right away, “Waterfront”.

When I arrived, I was thinking to myself, did I answer the guy right? Well, I think so, but truth is I worked on Mizu Japanese restaurant. Mizu Japanese restaurant is a food outlet owned by the Hotel and the employees in it are Waterfront Employed, having the same benefits, having the same bosses, etc.

Now it came to my mind that I not belong to Mizu alone, I felt guilty because there were times that, all that I care about is for the betterment of the outlet of MIZU alone. It’s a reality, not only I, but I think most employees do. When they report to work, some employees locked themselves between the walls of their respected areas. And sometimes refuse to take extra steps that would benefit the whole hotel, directly or indirectly.

Take for example, this situation happened in reality. Two customers dined in, they ordered one set of meal to be divided into two. The first thought that came to my mind was, why the need to divide when they can share it? And also, dividing one set of meal for two would be a hassle and would take more time. The server then took the food and went to the kitchen to divide it.

After awhile, I then asked the then supervisor of MIZU, Sir Boyet Villalino, about the incident. I asked him, do we always allow such requests to be considered? He then answered me with a smile, and told me a very precise answer that changed my view about working in a hotel environment. “Whatever complaints we get from Mizu is a complaint on the hotel we work in, the guest might not come again.”

There are instances wherein we, as an employee, care only about our own undertaking. We neglect the simple things that we are able to do in order to contribute to the company. It could be picking up a piece of paper or plastic as you pass by a hallway, attending a guests request even though he isn’t your own outlet’s guest, making a call to report a none working bulb, or it could be answering a phone call when everybody is not able to do so.

Sunday, March 9, 2008

The Strength of A Man

The strength of a man isn't seen in the width of his shoulders.It's in the width of his arms that encircle you.
The strength of a man isn't in the deep tone of his voice.It's in the gentle words he whispers.
The strength of a man isn't how many buddies he has.It's how
good a buddy he is with his children.
The strength of a man isn't in how respected he is at work.It's in how respected he is at home.
The strength of a man isn't in how hard he hits.It's in how tender he touches.
The strength of a man isn't in the hair on his chest.It's in his heart, that lies within his chest.
The strength of a man isn't how many women he's loved.It's in being true to one woman.
The strength of a man isn't in the weight he can lift.It's in the burdens he can carry.

© July 15, 1999 Jacqueline Marie Griffiths

via Pulpit Helps

Source for the above poem:

In the past, man depicts power, authority, and dominance. These qualities were derived from our previous ancestors. Who once lived in caves or jungles during those times, it is the physical strength of man that puts him on top. By his strength he draws his power, authority, and dominance.

This was the past. And by time, this status has changed dramatically. The meaning of Manliness in present is determined not anymore by physical attributes. Man’s manliness is now more highlighted on the values that govern his character and personality.

Man’s strength is grounded on his values, and is visible thru his character. These values will always differ from one man to another. As each person’s values in life are not the same. The key to unlocking this strength is first discovering the values in life. From these values he would then be able to set his goals in his life.

I am not a man of strength myself. But I draw this strength from my child, which in turn opens my eyes to the values that I should possess. Outline my goals. If I cannot realize my dreams then better be dreaming than not dreaming at all.

Long ago, measuring a man’s strength is determine by man’s struggle against the challenges of his environment, in these modern times it is the struggle against himself that will measure his strength.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

A Smile

In physiology, a smile is a facial expression formed by flexing the muscles most notably near both ends of the mouth. The smile can be also around the eyes. Among humans, it's customarily an expression of pleasure, happiness, or amusement, but can also be an involuntary expression of anxiety, in which case it can be known as a grimace. There is much evidence that smiling is a normal reaction to certain stimuli and occurs regardless of culture. Happiness is most often the cause of a smile. Among animals, the exposure of teeth, which may bear a resemblance to a smile, is often used as a threat or warning display - known as a snarl - or a sign of submission. In chimpanzees, it can be a sign of fear. - Source: Wikipedia

Friday, February 8, 2008

How to hack a cellphone

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Kung Hei Fat Choi

I just got home from my work and it is another time for my PC, I have decided to write about the discussion that I had lately at work. It was about the Year of The Rat. Two of my friends were talking in front of me, they were talking about this year, and the first person asked the other on what year it is, the other person then replied that it is the Year of the Rat.

As they were talking, the first person then asked about when did the year of the Rat started, the other one replied that it was on January 1. I then joined the discussion and softly asked him, why January 1? He told me it’s because “2008” is the year of the rat. I told both of them; the year of the Rat started just two days ago and that is February 6, 2008. And that is the mark of another year in the Chinese calendar. The two guys were very hesitant to believe, the other argued that how come 2008 is called the year of the Rat?

I explained to them that the year of the Chinese Calendar is not based on the calendar that we are using. The Chinese calendar’s New Year for 2008 is on February 6, 2008 and that represents the coming of another year, which is the Year of the Rat, farewell to the year of the Boar.

I have this link below that represents the Table of the sixty year calendar to back’up my claim.

Yet still the other guy was reluctant in believing me, I said well, it’s all up to you. Its really disappointing how people react to information, I don’t know if its lack of knowledge or just plain ignorance. The information was right there in that moment and yet there is just this type of people who refuse to grow.

Well, the year of the Rat represents in renewal since it is the beginning of the twelve-year sequence. It is a time for change, hard work and activity. This year would be a good time to start an endeavor, making new friends, a business perhaps, a new job, or get married, or anything something new.

Thats it for now and Kung Hei Fat Choi!

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