I look forward to the time when i can really shout that 3-word complete sentence. I wonder when will that be but I am sure it is going to happen. Not in second life but in my life now. I am engaged in the second life, and I am not sure if there would still be proposal in the second life. Anyway, talking about my future engagement announcement, I am hoping that my beau would pick me a ring recommended in the makemyegagementring.com catalog. Their site offers advices that every couple should know. They advice on what is the right stone for her and her personality.
I am Lioness because I was born on a July 23. Anyone born from July 23 until August 23 is a part of the zodiac sign Leo which is symbolized by a lion. According to Zodiac meanings, leo people are very passionate, independent, and confident. I agree! I have known many Leo’s that are very passionate in something that they do.
My love should check out at that site the kind of stones that is advisable for a Leo person like me. He has to chose from Onyx, Topaz, Sardonyx, Carnelian and Tourmalin. My birthstone is Ruby so the engagement ring stone can be just any from the above mentioned precious stones with silver band.
I am imagining that day in the future, now..and it’s bringing a smile to my sleepy face.
GREEN should be part of our daily diet.
Thanks to DARE! I had greens everyday for the last seven days. I so love my feeling. I got 42 weeks to go for me to reach my ideal weight. Right diet plus exercise the dietician is sure I could make it.
Tomorrow we will be presented during the morning devotional.
Everyone needs an orientation on the segregation of garbage. I do appreciate those who does the segregation without being push and much encouragement because they themselves know that it’s one way to help our mother nature. Here in our area, it’s not everyday the garbage truck driven by men who did some dump truck jobs before then landed driving that huge green truck. Since they don’t come by daily, each family can have time to still segregate their garbage. I even heard that instead of throwing the cut grass and twigs in the garbage truck, these natural elements can be buried.
Here in our dormitory, there is a janitor who daily throws out our garbage in one area. They then segregate the garbage before another truck picks it up. It may sound messy and yucky for some, but it’s better this way than swimming in a sea of garbage during flood time.
Someone is celebrating her birthday this week and that is no other than the Joanne Gonzales of Zowanderer. Because it is her birthday she made this little giveway to make her blog readers happy.
To join, the mechanics are so easy as 1-2-3.
1. Answer the question “Where is the name “Bebang” came from? and post it as a blog entry with a link to this giveaway. (5 points if you get it right, 3 points if not).
2. Subscribe to her feed. (1 point)
3. Like her FB page. (1 point)
4. Follow her blog through GFC. (1 point)
Winners will be picked randomly. I like to have the spray and that necklace thing. I thought i could have the puppy. Anyway, here’s my answer to her question before i drool over her prizes ~~
“Where is the name “Bebang” came from?
My guess is that “bebang” is a combination of you and your boyfriend’s love name for each other. Or when at the moment you saw the cute puppy, the puppy pooed! and you scream to your partner — BE, NALIBANG!
Birthdays always make me reflective. What are we doing to improve ourselves? There are lots of opportunities in the online world of education. Get ideas at Guide to Online Schools and then check out how to apply for student loans. Maybe knowledge would be the best gift of all especially for me, whose birthday is also on July 23 and who did not enroll this semester. I better act now so that i can when second semester comes.
I just got back from the main blog of sky watch photos and i read that they are encourages members to re-post their old “best sky photos”…
That made me think yeah it would be good but for sure it will take time for me to do that since I have made 117 posts plus the one today and that makes it 118.
Okey I will try…
But will blog hop later first…
I checked out my category on Sky Watch and I discovered I have 117 posts. So it means I posted 117 times sky photos for SWF. Honestly, I miss doing this. The last post was in March this year and just eventually stop because of unreliable internet connection. This meme is well loved by many that participants so the list goes up to 300 and even beyond that. I feel bad of not going around to at least 10 or 30 so I just stopped. But this time, since I have a better connection, I thought of doing a come back, thus this post. I am planning to random hop to at least 50 skywatch joiners every week.
Please enjoy some morning skies I took last Wednesday this week at the South Philippine Union Conference of SDA compound in Cagayan de Oro City.
My companions and I decided to check out the front of the building before going to the cafeteria for our breakfast ^^
Thanks to the sky watch team for this great photo meme:
Awhile ago, some of my friends started a trip to Hindang Falls. One of Iligan waterfalls listed in its directory. I could have gone if I am not on the diet program. Our breakfast today was vegetables, tomato salad and 2 pcs of toasted bread. Their would be a two hour hiking during the trip so I was doubtful of it. I seek the advice of our dietician and she did not recommend that I join now. She said when the program ends and when am back to a normal diet I can make long and strenuous activities. I then thought that maybe if I take testoripped just like the men do then for sure I would make it. Testotripped is used as preworkout energy booster.
This is the fifth day of our diet program and so far it is working. Though I missed the first two days because I went to CDO, but still i lost 3 pounds during the two days I was away.
Oh well, i love to travel and I hope I can travel again soon.
I overheard my friends talking about their driving experience in the United States of America. A couple did not ever plan of driving there because they are not scared as the vehicles there ran so fast and they were used to 60 miles per hour here in this country where some people are not so respectful of traffic. They just do when the see policemen. To them over there is more organized but they just have a problem of speed. Anyway, one of the friends shared his experience that he traveled from one state to the other just using the magellan gps to guide him through and through. They brought a map, too just in case they will still get lost.
While listening to their tales, I made a promise to myself that i should learn to drive so that I can bring myself anywhere even if my hosts are on duty.
I wonder if most of friends online do treat gps as their travel aid. I think I am going to ask them now.