Sunday, November 15, 2009
Monday, November 9, 2009
Friday, November 6, 2009
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Sales are growing. Almost two months in operation and our customer base is growing. Aside from our regular customers within the neighborhood, there are those who just pass by the store and buy half or whole cavan of rice.
We also receive good feedbacks from our customers about the quality of rice that we sell. We hope that more and more will get to learn about our rice varieties so that more and more farmers can benefit from this business.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Materials used: Studio Azul May 2009 Kit.
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Friday, October 2, 2009
To allow our customers try our Bigante Hybrid Rice variety, we are having a one day sale today!
Bigante Rice is developed by Bayer CropScience Inc. It can be an alternative to a more expensive Denorado rice variety. Each cup of Bigante Rice is packed with protein, calcium, carbohydrates, iron and Vitamin B1, B2 and B3.
For orders and deliveries, call 6643162. Minimum order required for free delivery.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Our own business, I mean.
Ish and I ventured into rice dealership business. With a mission of helping our fellow Nueva Ecijanos distribute their high quality rice in Metro Manila. We opened two weeks ago. Some buyers were looking for Jasmine Rice. We were initially considering Jasmine Rice as one of varieties that we will sell. But that would defeat the advocacy of the store. We sell rice cultivated, harvested and milled by Filipinos. We recommend Denorado or Long Grain Sinandomeng as alternative to Jasmine Rice and true enough, buyers who tried our Long Grain Sinandomeng were saying it tastes just like Jasmine Rice. With our Long Grain Sinandomeng, you get your money's worth and at the same time helped the Filipino farmer.
We deliver within Taguig, Makati and Pasig areas. Pls call- 6643162 for delivery.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Sit back and enjoy the show.
We watched UP in 3D with discounted rate courtesy of Citi...so what are you waiting for.
Friday, September 4, 2009
except for the rubon alpha from American Crafts and MM tiny stickers, everything else is from the Scrap Buffet. I just painted the letter stickers with crackle paint and highlighted with American Crafts gold marker.
Thursday, September 3, 2009
I wonder what will they come up with this time. The last time, Johann joined the cast of Pocahontas as one of the Indian Boys. He didn't know Pocahontas that time as he hadn't seen it before. We had to buy him a Pocahontas CD for him to appreciate his role.
And here is my little Indian Boy during the play.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Imagine when we were younger our diaries are so sacred that we don't let anyone see it. It's a top secret that sometimes we only share it with our bestest friend. I had a diary then. I kept it in a safe place, some place where no one else can find except me. And so I thought. Until my younger sister saw it and she was like repeating each lines from my diary. I just cannot remember how often I update my diary.
Now, things changed. All your deepest thoughts, dreams and whatsoever that takes place in your life, you just have to blog it, post it in your wall and share it to everyone else.
Sunday, August 9, 2009
Saturday, August 1, 2009
Saturday, July 18, 2009
This is really a scrap till you drop event, as in everyone went home with aching shoulders and backs but with huge smile in their faces at that!
As a slow scrapper, I cannot believe I was able to finish 4 layouts during the event. To be very honest, this is the very first time I was able to join an event and finish a layout that went straight to the album as soon as I got home! I still have 3 more layouts I started during the event that still needs additional finishing touches.
See what others are saying about the event here, here and here
I am lucky to be scrapping side by side with Donna, Shasha, Betchay and Marie that I was able to came up the following outputs.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
At least, with a reliable internet connection, I was able to join the Scrappin' Moms Idol Season 3. We are now on Round 3. With so much talented participants, I am so lucky to be still part of Round 3. Well, who know, this could be my last round. You may check out the Round 2 entries here.
Meantime, here is a layout I've done in the past.
Materials Used: Papers - Chatterbox and My Mind's Eye; Felt - Prima; Sticker - 3 Bugs in a Rug; Alphabet - American Crafts, Doodlebug Designs ; Pen - American Crafts ; Rub-ons - 7 Gypsies
Noticed the photos? Yes, this is still part of the same set I did few months ago. The objective is, each layout goes to our respective albums so that us (husband and I) and the boys will have our own copy of the events of our family life.
Saturday, May 23, 2009
the last photo was taken by Ate Elaine (thanks Ate) at the Baguio Country Club. 'Twas my first time to go there. They have the best raisin bread ever.
Husband is a member of a singing group called One Voice. They sang during the 49th Anniversary of Baguio City First UMC last April 26 and he brought us along.
Friday, May 8, 2009
Monday, May 4, 2009
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Even my internet service provider has not been so cooperative.
Here's a layout to start off this month.
Thanks to Studio Azul's awesome kits. It lets you find your way back to mojo...
Materials used: Studio Azul November True Blue November 2008 kit; Doodlebug Paper Frills
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
March 7, 3am – Got up early in a Saturday morning. Headed to the bathroom and took a quick bath. Made sure that am properly dressed up for the trip, wearing comfy clothes and shoes. Pack our bags and headed to pick up Steve and Lei before heading to NLEX. Traffic is moderate at 4:30 am. Looks like everyone else planned an out of town trip to welcome summer.
We had a quick and light breakfast at Shell NLEX. Most shops are still closed so we opted to buy beef pandesal and instant coffee at Shell Select Store. Then off to Capaz, Tarlac. The directions going there is simple and easy to follow, and we reached the place around 7:30 am. Our group convened to decide whether we take the long route or the short walk. Since we are two groups, we decided we’ll switch ride going back because the 4x4 jeep would part ways along the way and there is a “Skyway Fee” for the short route.
Our group decided to take the long route for our trek. It was a long walk but I enjoyed every step of it. I enjoyed the rock formations. I can see God’s very hands sculpting the mountain slopes.
I never felt tired during that long walk. I never felt alone in this journey. I felt His presence walking side by side with me showing His glory.
I ran out of water. Our tour guide told us that there is a spring water at the foot of Mt. Pinatubo which is safe for drinking. After having much thought, I decide to get a drink anyway, not minding what my eyes can see inside my drinking bottle.
Then we have to go up the slope of the mountain. This is really the tiring part as we have to climb up the mountain. But then, our exhaustion was immediately swept away as we reached the top to behold the crater and the lake. We rested for few minutes before deciding to go down the lake. Ish, Steve and Jerome took a dip, while I enjoyed taking photos. There is still a reason for us to go back as we never went to the other side of the lake.
I cannot imagine how God is at work in our lives. Looking back, Mt. Pinatubo is a dormant and inactive volcano for 500 years and without a purpose…God worked on Mt. Pinatubo and slowly transformed it into something that will display God’s magnificence. It never happened overnight, it took several years to form the lake and the walls of the crater into something it is now. He never stopped in just blowing away the volcano. Day by day, God is at work for it to become as it is now. It has put Capas, Tarlac and Zambales in the map and has become a major tourist destination in the North. It has become the source of livelihood for the residents of the once lahar sunken community.
Philippians 1:6 says “For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus”
God is continually at work in our lives, day by day, perfecting it until Jesus’ return.
We could be feeling so down feeling helpless and unsuccessful in our lives. But then rejoice! God’s unseen hand is at work in our lives until all His glory is fully revealed in us.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Materials used: Bad girls kits; Maya road flourish chipboard; doodlebug glitter
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Before my kids turn 1, we celebrate their monthly birthdays. Regardless whether they are sick or well, the party must go on. We have our kids' friends/neighbors as our party guests.
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Saturday, February 28, 2009
Thanks to Photoshop. I was able to take good pictures, I think! Here's my take for Quezon Bridge in Quiapo...
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
How can we forget?
Psalm 139:14 declares, "I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well"
I declare. I am fearfully and wonderfully made, created after God's image. Every aspect of my body, every little bone, every dark spot. There are no mistakes.
We just have to bring out the beauty which God has put inside of us.