I received a lot of blessings today! So to celebrate I tweaked a website that’s close to my heart these days. So also I just want to share with you all the wedding website I created for our wedding. Its not finished yet but I’m working on it. I have a blog there too so you might want to check it out.
Happy Monday everyone! Let’s start this week right! I found this video, shared by a Facebook friend who is also an optimist like me. This is a compilation of great wisdom lessons from various movies. I’d like to share it with everyone so I’m not just posting the video; I also transcribed it for you all. Enjoy and be enlightened! And let’s make it an awesome life!
Today is my birthday. Yey! Another year added to my joyful, meaningful life! Thank you all for the birthday wishes. It really means a lot to me. So like everyone else on our “special days”, I am getting a lot of love on Facebook: not only from family members, relatives, old friends, new friends, professional contacts but also from other random friends. LOL! So I won’t deny it, it’s actually quite touching, and I totally appreciate it!
This video is a photo compilation of some of my adventures with Tim. The music is “Marry Me Jane” by Gadfly. Gadfly is a local band from Bacolod. I had so much fun in making this video. Bear with the sweetness ok? I guess this is because of the jar of honey that Tim gave me last weekend.
For the past few weeks I have been researching and practicing yoga for beginners. I have been looking for a yogi to teach me here in Iloilo but unfortunately I have not found anyone yet. But guess what – Facebook has solved my dilemma. A friend contacted me and introduced me to Ananda Marga Wellness Center. But before I get into more detail about Ananda Marga let me explain what “yoga” really is first to diminish the misconceptions about it. First of all, yoga is not a religion – it is a way of life, a lifestyle.
Happiness has been your gift to me
All these years of melody and pain,
Pleasure, hardship, wanton rhapsody,
Pure delight and hard, wind-driven rain.
The happiest people in the world are those who have a hard time recalling their worries..and an easy time remembering their blessings. Alin Austin
Here’s what I’ve been up to lately..
I have been busy with:
· Studying Module 1 of Sociology 1 – Anthropology (interesting read!).
· Tim’s problem at work.
· Pacman (the Flash Pacman)
· Reading “Bakit Baliktad Magbasa ng Libro ang mga Pilipino” by Bob Ong
· The Eclipse yesterday.
I made this video a couple of weeks ago. Just want to share it with everyone.
Last Saturday, 23rd of May, I finally got the chance to go to Kabankalan. Tim’s hometown. I went there along with my little brother Rino John and Tim of course. I got to meet Tim’s parents for the 3rd time and his sisters the first time (except for Dainah because we met a couple of times in the past when she went here in Iloilo). We stayed there until the 26th so that’s about 4 days and 3 nights. I loved Kabankalan! Not only did Tim’s family and relatives welcome us at their homes but they also gave us a tour of the city. I didn’t know that they have a palace-like city hall. But you have to see it to believe it. It looks more expensive than our Capitol actually. Honest. And Kabankalan is a very clean city. They have clean streets. Yes I now Iloilo is also clean but Kabankalan’s cleaner. Maybe its because Kabankalan is still more rural than urban. Their cathedral is also a lovely structure. It won’t rival Jaro Cathedral but still it’s a beautiful place to worship the Lord. We heard Mass there last Sunday.