Dirty places can produce pests of all kinds. And you know how yucky it is when you see pests around your house and they tend to show off their nature usually at night that it scare the best in you. You screamed like someone stabbed at you at the back. If you are in this situation, what do you do? Do you kills or the reminder “be kind of to animals” is telling you that killing them with a broom, or insecticides, or with big knives will let you live in guilt?
Personally, I kill them. I kill them will pests spray that in an hour or two, the pests are not moving anymore. Sometimes, I stepped on them to really kill them. How about you?
Last month was my friend, Maricar’s birthday. I really thought I could make it there because we did not have class that weekend. But since I caught the flu bug, I just refrain from seeing her because I might be able to share my bad bugs and will make her and her princess, sick.
So I just made this simple greetings and posted in her Facebook wall. If we are just living near each other, surely I will have it printed at a local banner printing shop. But since we are living far from each other, I just do digital. 🙂
It is so common now to announce to the community that someone is celebrating a special day because it is so easy to print greetings in a tarp now. Just yesterday, a friend of mine asked me if there’s a shop nearby that can print a birthday greetings. So I gave him Zammi’s and I think the ordering was successful. He went to pick up the tarp made at 4 pm. Today is his father’s eightieth birthday.
Malingon is one of the two falls that Mountain View College prided at. I say pride because they are part of the wonderful natural blessings of the Lord in that hilltop educational institution. I remember so well that I have visited both falls during my first year in college. I think it’s a hiking treat to all new students during one of the June Sabbath afternoon in a school year.
I’ve been to this falls nth times during my almost five years residence in the campus. During those visits, only a few times we took a swim. I cannot swim but we enjoyed the feel of the water at our faces and enjoyed crawling from one big stone to another stone. We frolic like kids.
Anyway, I left the campus in February 1995. I made several visits to the campus after that time but it was only in April 2013 that I had the chance to visit the place again.
Here’s me during my first visit in April. Can you see the happy smile on my face? The water may not look mighty anymore but it is still the famous Malingon Falls that all the students of Mountain View College loved.
I thought that was my only visit. But the next day, I had the chance to go back again with friends. These guys too haven’t visited this place since they left the campus after their graduation.
That’s me in another falls angle. Thanks to the photographer, Kuya Jerel Sonsona for taking this and for sharing this on FB.
With friends — all of us are happy campers! From the School of Business party, we proceed to roam around. This was our first stop – Malingon Falls then from here we went to Jubilee Park.
Dislclaimer: last two photos are not mine. 🙂 Thanks to Kuya Jerel S.