It's been a while since I last made my post, but I'm soo glad I'm finally back! When I checked my PR, I got a 1. Wow! I thought it'll never come...I was losing hope already, waiting for it to come that I almost gave up and got tired of blog hopping. I even contemplated that ...maybe blogging is just not for me... Well, I'm really happy I didn't give this up. I know I have a long way to go, but PR1 is a good start, I think. :)
I've been absent in the blogosphere for quite some time because I also had to deal some important matter. And now that I'm back... I feel I'm becoming rustic...lol. Maybe just a few more days then I'm back on track. :)
Friday, October 9, 2009
It is always a pleasure and a wonderful surprise to receive an award here in the world of blogging. And this one... is no exemption. I got this token of recognition from Kat of Mom's Place. Thank you so much Kat for sharing this award to me. Certainly appreciated!
I like to think that somehow I give inspiration to other people by sharing triumphant experiences and heartwarming stories behind trials and difficulties. Although, I must admit that sometimes or should I say most often, it's so hard to draw inspiration when I'm feeling down and depressed. And so I have this comical motto with me, a tag line taken from Manny Pacquiao's commercial --- "Tink Positib, Wag kang Aayaw" ( Think Positive, Never Say No!). I always say this line to myself whenever things don't go my way. More importantly, I have my family and friends to fuel inspiration in me. :)
How about you? What makes you inspired?
Friday, October 2, 2009
A million thanks to all who visited my site and gave me their valuable drops. :) Even though I haven't been as active as before with my Entrecard, they still continuously supported my blog. Thank you so much. And here are the great sites worth visiting...
Thursday, October 1, 2009
It was totally heartbreaking and haunting to witness the cries and pleas of the victims of typhoon Ondoy. Seeing them fight for own their lives in order to survive, you can't help but feel almost helpless. The disastrous typhoon has immensely ravaged the people in Manila and left everyone a traumatic experience which knows no status in life may they be rich or poor, famous or ordinary men.
Despite the devastating calamity which has befallen in our country, some good things do still exist. And this is the "Bayanihan Spirit". Unity reigned and led everyone to lend their hands and gave a piece of them all for helping the poor victims. Filipinos here and abroad, and even foreigners, reached out and did their share in answering the call for help. Donations continuously poured in and prayers were offered. Well-known celebrities like Gerald Anderson , Cesar Montano and other personalities didn't mind diving into the deep and dangerous flood water in order to rescue and save lives. This is truly an inspiration and a valuable trait, we Filipinos should all be proud of.