Tuesday, July 29, 2008

I am...

Monday, July 28, 2008

Finding Time

Wow I think I missed posting. It took days before I was able to post something new. Well it's just that I still have to prioritize other things first which are more important now and much more in the future. I'm currently attending my review classes in preparation of the incoming Nursing Licensure Exam this November 29 and 30. And it just popped out on me that I was spending more time blog hopping and posting instead of doing my supplemental readings to broaden my learning. And that was the reason why I rested in blogging for a while. But as they say "there's always time for everything" it's just a matter of managing it and effective prioritization.haha!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008


Monday, July 21, 2008

Bird Nest

the Bird Nest is constructed using 45 thousand tons of steel and cost around $450 USD..WOOAH!!!!

Saturday, July 19, 2008

what is emo?

can anyone tell me what is the real meaning of emo?hehehe thanks!



=( I really wanted to post something interesting today. It was supposed to be a video but then my page seems to be disheveled whenever I post it. I decided to save my posting after I get myself a restful sleep so I may have the energy to discover the correct way of embedding the video...huhu

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Vote for the New 7 Wonders of NAture

The New 7 Wonders of the World

The New7Wonders organization is happy to announce that the following 7 candidates have been elected by more than 100 million votes to represent global heritage throughout history. The listing is in random order, as announced at the Declaration Ceremony on 07.07.07. All the New 7 Wonders are equal and are presented as a group without any ranking.


Chichen Itza, Mexico

Christ Redeemer, Brazil

Colloseum, Italy

Taj Mahal, India

Great Wall of China

Petra, Jordan

Machu Picchu, Peru

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Dark Knight

In theatres SOON...

Quote for the Day



Must HAVaianaS!

Havaianas! Almost everyone has one. Not just one but more than enough number of pairs. Fashionistas already consider this as part of their trendy footwear. It's not just fashionable but also very comfy to wear instead of using those hills that make the soles of your feet thicken, cracked and abused. It comes with different colors and styles that can match your chosen outfit for a certain day or even occasion.
It's your turn to have one!...

Pamper Your Abused Feet

Home Foot Spa


Do It Yourself Foot Spa

By Anna Lynn C. Sibal

Our feet are probably the most abused parts of our body. They carry our weight as we hurry from one task to another in the course of our daily lives. We force them into fashionable but pinching shoes with ridiculous toes, tight straps or high heels. At the end of the day, it is a sure thing that the parts of us that will be hurting the most are our feet.

The feet, therefore, deserve a good pampering every now and then. But unlike what you are probably thinking right now, you do not have to shell out a fortune just to go to a spa and get top-of-the-line primping for your feet.

You can do it from the comfort of your home and still get the same results.
You do not have to buy expensive foot spa products either.

So, how is the do-it-yourself foot spa done? Here it is, step-by-step:

  • Soak up. Fill up your bathtub or a small basin with hot water, hot enough for your skin to tolerate. Put in some bath salts, your bubble bath or soap. Then, put your feet in and relax. Let your feet soak for ten to fifteen minutes.
  • Scrub off. When the skin of your feet has become soft from the warm, soapy water, scrub the dead skin and the calluses off with a pumice stone. Take your time and try not to be too rough in rubbing the extra skin away.
  • Clip it. After ridding the feet of the dead skin, work on the toenails. Cut your toenails with a nail clipper. After clipping the extra length off, file them to give them shape, and then buff them. Do not cut your toenails too short, or else you will end up with painful ingrown nails.
  • Moisturize. The next step would be to apply a good amount of lotion, moisturizer or foot cream on the feet to keep the skin soft.

    For some added pampering, you can coat your toenails with nail polish. Some women can do without them, but most will not be caught dead without them. For those of you who belong to the latter category, here is the right way to do your pedicure.

    • If you have it, use a toenail separator. If not, rolling a piece of tissue and placing them between your toes is good enough. The idea is to keep the nail polish from smudging while you are putting them on your nails.
    • To prevent the natural color of your toenails from turning to yellow, apply a base coat onto each one.
    • Pick out a polish color that complements the color of your skin nicely. Brush it on with smooth strokes away from your foot so as to keep air bubbles from forming on the polish. If you want a richer and darker color, apply a second coating.
    • Finish the paint job with a clear top coat to make your nails dry faster. This will also protect the polish of your toenails from chipping and breaking as you run your way through your day.
    • Take your time to let the nail polish dry.
    • The feet are the most worn-out parts of our body. Pamper them a lot and your feet will love you.
  • A Butterfly to Color My Day

    Tuesday, July 15, 2008

    Emo Quotes for You...


    It's a twin for Brad and Angelina

    Angelina Jolie, 33, gave birth to her twins via cesarean section last Saturday. The boy was named Knox Leon while the girl was named Vivienne Marcheline. Whew! I wonder how this kids will look like. Having hot and super goodlooking parents (not to mention rich and famous), these kids may inherit the combined assets of 'Brangelina.'

    The first photograph of the baby celebrities was sold to a US paper for 11 million dollars (6.9 million euros), the regional Nice-Matin newspaper said, adding that the money would be given to a humanitarian cause. http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20080713/ts_afp/entertainmentusfrancefilmpeoplejolie_080713195532


    Something just popped into my mind as I laid in my bed and thought about the empty space beside me. As I reached my hand to cover the space I realized that I was with no one but I. This aloneness may have dragged the word ‘emo’ into my system. With no one to talk to and instead of indulging myself to mere introspection, I opted to make use of writing as the mode of expressing the thoughts lingering at the back of my mind. These seems to be the questions that bothers me a lot: When can you consider yourself as an emo or getting emo? Can i be considered as one of those emo people in this world despite the fact that i currently have a happy relationship with a steady boyfriend? What does emo really mean? When does emo really apply? Is emo applicable only for lonely singles who seek attention and care or can it be used to describe anyone who feels like expressing their emotions?

    Monday, July 14, 2008

    Ms. Universe 2008

    I've been thinking of something to feature on my blog. I wanted to post something that's new and interesting. And this was what cracked outta my head.. Ms. Universe 2008 which was held at Nha Trang, Vietnam..

    Four of the Final Five came from Latin America namely Miss Mexico, Miss Dominican Republic, Miss Colombia and Miss Venezuela. Well I guess Latina's are really the world's most beautiful race. haha! Completing the Five was Ms. Russia.

    From Left to Right: Taliana Vargas of Colombia, Dayana Mendoza of Venezuela,
    Marianne Cruz Gonzalez of Dominican Republic, Elisa Najera of Mexico, Vera Krasova of Russia

    Miss Venezuela Dayana Mendoza was crowned Miss Universe 2008 at the Crown Convention Center in Nha Trang, Vietnam. She wore a beautiful yellow night gown when given the 18K white and yellow gold crown, which was valued at $120,000. She is the 57th Miss Universe. (http://www.globalbeauties.com/universe/2008/n_missu.htm)

    Miss Universe 2007 Riyo Mori of Japan enters the stage with elegance and beauty with her unique choice of outfit making her the first Ms. Universe to pass a crown in pants and not the traditionally worn long gown.

    The Best in National Costume Award was given to Miss Universe 2008 contestant Gavintra Photijak of Thailand.

    Miss Congeniality was awarded to Rebeca Moreno of El Salvador.

    I'm back

    Hi friends! It took time for me to continue working on this blog but from now on I'll keep on updating. Hope to hear something from you too..Keep on visiting!

    Sunday, July 13, 2008

    first day!

    hi guys!another new blog for me.. :)