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To anyone who receives a message from me via Yahoo Messenger recommending some diet tea…PLEASE DISREGARD THE MESSAGE. That is not me messaging you but some kind of spam message from Yahoo.

The message is about some diet tea DAW that I use—-OF COURSE THAT IS NOT TRUE. I’m not a follower of any diet or a drinker of any diet tea whatsoever. Just for the record, I’m not a believer of diets, I’M A BELIEVER OF MAINTAINING A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE, which means eating a balanced diet and engaging in exercise. In the past I’ve tried (for the sake of trying) to drink a detox tea but as soon as I saw the bad effects on my body, I stopped–that was the end of detox tea for me.

I’m pissed off that Yahoo would use my YM I.D. for spreading this spam message when in fact I have a website I’m responsible for spreading information for. Not good. Now I’m thinking of creating another Yahoo address which I don’t want to do anymore.

Anyway, to my friends in YM, please know better. I’m usually offline so please if it’s about DIETS of some kind asking you to check out a website—IT’S NOT ME. For one, it’s not in my character to spread out information by sending messages ONE BY ONE (that’s tedious ha?) to my YM friends. I’m busy and I don’t have to do something like that—I’d rather blog about it when I want to share something.

What a way to start the morning…hayyyyy.

Good morning and happy heart’s day, by the way.

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Ito ang aking lahok para sa Litratong Pinoy na may temang PUSO.

Dalawa sa pinakaimportanteng bagay sa buhay naming mag-asawa ay ang aming Unity Coins at Wedding Cord.

Ang pinaka-paborito kong Unity Coin ay ang coin na may simbolo ng Love.

At ito naman ang box kung saan namin nilagay ang aming Unity Coins at Wedding Cord na may simbolo ng dalawang Anghel na may nakasulat na Love.

Dalawang simbolo na maaring nakakalimutan namin sa araw-araw. Dalawang simbolo na maaring hindi na namin inilalabas sa munting kahon nito para tignan. Pero ang dalawang simbolo na ito, hindi man maisip or makita, ay palaging nasa PUSO namin.

Maligayang Araw ng mga Puso…hindi lang para sa Sabado, kundi para sa araw-araw 🙂

Got tagged in Facebook four times now, so I might as well get it over and done with. Sharing with you 25 things about me, here goes:

1. I cried when I watched “Marley and Me” because I was reminded of my dogs in the Phils–I miss them.

2. People who follow my blog assume that I will always write EVERYTHING that happens in my life. I sometimes get reactions like “Bakit wala pa sa blog mo?”. I never answer those kind of questions–obviously, I have no obligation to share everything in my blog.

3. I hate waiting because I hate wasting time. BUT I can endure waiting and I forgive people easily when they’re late.

4. I drink pineapple juice but I don’t like eating pineapple (the fruit)–the smell makes me dizzy.

5. Misconception #1: that I am a coffee addict. The truth: For the past three years, I normally drink coffee twice a week (Friday and Saturday) only. The only time I drank lots of it (2-3 cups a day) was when I worked in Makati for six years.

6. However, coffee addict or not, I love coffee–I’m passionate about it in the sense that I want to learn everything about it.

7. Misconception #2: that I am a chocoholic. The truth: I can actually live without chocolate or at least survive without eating it for the longest time. The only reason why I frequent hanging out at chocolate cafes is because my husband is the one who can’t live without chocolate.

8. However, I do have my favorite chocolates: Hershey’s Kisses with Almonds, Lindt White, Cadbury Dream and M&M’s with Peanuts.

9. I average about 40 minutes of walking everyday.

10. One of the happiest times I’ve had at work took place inside the training room where I’m surrounded by my trainees.

11. My principle in getting things done: Do it right the first, all the time.

12. The one person that helped me got over my issues/angst in life was a life guru (life coach) who made me realize my substance, self-worth and potentials, and that I’m capable of forgiving.

13. I don’t take pride in having too many things. My goal nowadays is to live simply.

14. In relation to #13, I was appalled to see that I have acquired so many clothes (for the past three years that I’ve been living in Sydney) when I had an inventory of our closest in the new year. I now have a balikbayan box full of clothes that will be sent off to charity.

15. I drink tea twice a day: organic green tea at 10:00am; vanilla green tea after dinner.

16. I’m mataray but never an iskandalosa.

17. One of my dreams is to have a recording studio inside the home.

18. I’m such a big fan of Madonna when I was a kid that I named our first dog “Madonna”.

19. I love “Big Bang Theory”. My husband uploaded their episodes in my iPod and I always watch them when I’m onboard the train or bus. Even if I’ve seen all their episodes a thousand times, it never fails to make me laugh.

20. My favorite character in “Big Bang Theory” is (Dr) Sheldon Cooper. He’s sooo funny!!!

21. Husband and I made a vow not to buy stuff related to our photography hobby (i.e. new body and lenses) this year. We have chosen to lie-low on our love for photography for a year or two because we are preparing to buy something big next year.

22. Two things I’m know for in my circle of friends: (1) I call my girlfriends “Hane” and (2) During ranting sessions (i.e. barkada talking about her fight with the bf, etc), I would always be the one ask “So, anong learning mo sa pangyayaring ito?”–para sa akin kasi, walang kwenta ang kwento kung walang aral na natutunan.

23. My most favorite cities in the world would be: Dubai, Manila, Cebu, Makati, Hongkong and Sydney.

24. It took my husband two years to convince me to marry him.

25. I never thought I’d love being married—but I DO!

The direction of your thought life can determine the course of your marriage.
“Keep thy heart with all diligence, for out of it are the issues of life.” Proverbs 4:23

As train 8017 made its way through Salerno, Italy on March 2, 1944, it gave no sign that disaster was in the making. The chugging train didn’t collide with anything on that rain-soaked evening. It didn’t derail or burn. But……..shortly after 1:00 am, the train loaded with 600 passengers lumbered into the Galleria delle Armi. When the two locomotives pulling the train reached midtunnel, its driverwheels began to slip. Sand was sprayed on the tracks but to no avail. The wheels lost traction and the train stopped. All else is speculation since both engineers died. Carbon monoxide snuffled out the lives of nearly 500 people.

As analysis surveyed the wreckage, they found that the leading locomotive was unbraked, its controls set in reverse. The second locomotive was also unbraked, but its throttle was positioned “full ahead.” The two locomotives had pulled and pushed against each other, their engineers obviously having fatally different ideas about what to do! Some have speculated that no lives would have been lost if the engineers had only been in agreement about which direction to go.

Make a decision today with your spouse that you will both move your thought life in the direction of God—-then stay close by the controls of your minds.

Source: from an email forwarded by Gary.