Exactly a week ago, April 9, I attended the concert of one of my most favorite Christian artists (and since that day, speakers): Jimmy Needham. If his name doesn't ring a bell, go to the end of this post and watch him sing my favorite song of his, "Forgiven and Loved." Seriously, stop. However, if you … Continue reading Jimmy Needham Concert & A Lesson on Appetite
The following day after my classic vacation in the breathtaking island of Boracay, I went to Tagaytay for another 3-day retreat, this time with more than 400 college and fresh grad students. If Boracay enthralled me with her turquoise-pearl like waves, amber and baby blue sky, and smooth, granular sand, CCT Tagaytay impressed me with … Continue reading Sembreak Part 2: ONE Retreat
OLA! 🙂 I know I have some explaining to do for my absence for more than a week, and it is this: FINAL EXAMS. o________o Surprisingly, the ill-treated "hellweek" did not seem like hellweek at all (at least to me) because I went out almost everyday with family and our balikbayan relatives from Australia. (For … Continue reading Watching God Be Awesome
Towering at 5'7.25" and forming a smile that captured the hearts of many, Shamcey Supsup was expected to go home with a Miss Universe title on her right hand and all the privileges that come with it on the left. She surpassed the physical requirements: the crowd loved her, she was reputably and obviously intelligent … Continue reading Reflecting His Beauty: Shamcey Supsup
Calling all SINGLE LADIES! 🙂 Dear Single Lady, Something special is happening in June and you have to be there! We request the pleasure of your company at The Art of Being a Woman (and other lost virtues) a conference on June 25, 2011, Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Main Hall, 5th … Continue reading The Art of Being A Woman
As we all know (and can see and experience), today, May 21st of the year of our Lord 2011, is NOT the end of the world. To those of you who are still frantic about the "last things" to accomplish, run frantically no more. You are only wasting your time. The first time I saw … Continue reading End Of The World…Not!
I highly believe that no one could match the nervousness and excitement that the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs. William Mountbatten-Windsor (got that from Huffington Post), felt during their highly anticipated and watched wedding ceremony at the Westminster Abbey and two short and sweet kisses at the balcony of the Buckingham Palace. Nevertheless, … Continue reading Thoughts On The Royal Wedding
Last November, I signed myself in running class to fulfill my requirement for P.E. In spite being the only member of our block to sign up for that class and the fact that it starts at 7:30 A.M. every Monday and Thursday, I still opted for it. I feared volleyball (surprisingly) and preferred to travel … Continue reading Run It!