Monthly Archive: March, 2009

Finally Got My Starbucks 2009 Planner!!!

My dear friend and co-worker Owie was one of the many Starbucks coffee freaks who did not get their 2008 planners last December. She was very sad about it and I was disgruntled… Continue reading

Discovery: Secret Spa in Antipolo !!!!

UPDATE AUGUST 23, 2009 – Very interesting development – Callospa left a comment saying that Susan (the lady with the very negative Callospa experience, read June 3, 2009 update below) has apologized for… Continue reading

The Farewell Concert of Delirious

Just got home from the farewell concert of Delirious? at the Araneta Coliseum (wasn’t I here just a week ago watching 23 girls sashaying on stage?) Unfortunately, I was not able to make… Continue reading

Mission #10 – Eat A WORM !!!

Apologies for this VERY late report on my final mission during my 10 day trip to Thailand. But the delay is definitely WORTH IT! One very interesting thing about Thai cuisine is that… Continue reading

Bb. Pilipinas 2009 Long Gown Competition

Presenting the WINNER of the Long Gown Competition and all the 23 candidates in their long gowns:

Winners of the Bb. Pilipinas Pageant 2009!!!

What a blessing! As a former Bb. Pilipinas beauty queen,       I have the privilege of front row seats at all the pageants. Well, technically, they’re 2nd row seats as the judges get to… Continue reading

My Childhood Friend Francis M. Passes Away Today :(

UPDATE: May 23, 2009 – uploaded this photo of Francis’ final resting place in Loyola, Marikina. The photo below was taken by my good friend Doods Generoso who attended the funeral and who… Continue reading

My Top 7 Ms. Philippines Candidates

Pageant season is here and all eyes are on the 24 candidates of this year’s Bb. Pilipinas Beauty Contest which will be held at the Araneta Coliseum, this Saturday, March 7. I visited… Continue reading

Mission #9 – Finding a Hidden River Part 2

Here goes part 2 of “Finding a Hidden River”… The sound of the river stream grew louder as we approached the bottom of the mountainside. The rows of short green tea bushes were… Continue reading