Saturday, February 12, 2011

My 3 siblings

I was so pleased listening to my three siblings. They are comparing their schools. My twin brothers are in one school and our youngest is in different school. My sister is so proud of her school coz her school received hundreds of rewards. And it is so funny they are talking about how much the school spent by making the said school. As if it is really matter. They are also boasting their announcer in their school. They are boasting to each other if how many comfort room and canteen they have. My sister is so noisy she doesn’t want to lose boasting her school.

For me both schools are nice. My sister’s school is really nice. Of course I am alumnus of that school. Love your own. Hehehe. Also my brothers’ school is nice too. It is so strict. The principal really hands on. Making sure all the teachers guide their own students. The principal even go to the school every weekend to clean the school.

Just hope that both schools give my siblings good education and guide them in a good ways.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

God is good...:)

Last Friday 22nd of Oct, my sister in law told me that she saw in the television advertisement that it has free checkup for breast in one of the mall here in Davao. When she asked me if I like to come with her I said yes. Because it’s been years that I am having a mass in my left breast so I grab the opportunity to have a check up for my left breast. It became big so I worried so much about it.

When we are in mall I got the priority number 409. The program has lecture for what is breast cancer all about, its causes, symptoms and etc. The artist Ms. Melissa De Leon is one of the speakers of the event. She is a breast cancer survivor. When waiting for my turn I am just listening to all the speakers. I made myself busy because honestly I am so nervous what will be the result of the test. When it is my turn the doctor fist asks me if I have a child I told him I don't have child. The doctor then asked me if I am still single then I answered yes. So he  asked me again if I can feel mass in my breast then I told him yes it is in my left breast. Then the doctor touches my breast looking for the mass. When he is holding it he said it is big. Then the doctor told me to go immediately to the biopsy room. Honestly I almost cry when I am in line in the biopsy room. I really stopped my tears. I am thinking that what if it is positive what I will do. What happen to me, to my family, to my finance? So many questions I really can't find answers.
When it is my turn for biopsy I was so nervous. I saw the needle that will get sample blood from breast it was so long. I think it is 3 inches long. I asked the doctor if it is painful but he said no. He asked me where is the mass in my breast I point it then he put the injection and get blood to my breast. I really cry. Yes I cry because of the pain, the nervous and scared for the result will be. Then the doctor said that wait for the result. My sister in law and me waited for the result. But the staff is so busy so I decided to go to the examination room then waited there for the result. When waiting I am praying to the almighty One to guide me that if it is positive please help me to accept it. I was thinking about my finance what will be his reaction. Can he accept it? So many questions that putting in my mind. I don't  know what to think at that time. When I received the piece of paper the examiner told me to go to the doctor and show the paper to know what result is. I read what is written in the paper I read negative malignant cells. The smile in my face appears. My sister in law looked at me and I hear no words but I can see in her eyes asking question what it is. I told her nothing coz I want to know that the doctor will tell me if it is really out of danger. When I show it to the doctor the doctor then face me with a big smile then say that it is not cancerous. I really cried and my sister in law is so happy when she knows it is negative.
I really thank God. He never leaves me. God is so good. I know I am a sinner but He always holding my hands and show me that life is really wonderful. Be thankful in everything He has given to me. All the things happen in my life I know that it has purpose. Thank you Lord Jesus Christ for always protecting me. You are my hero.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Pickup Trucks

What is a pickup truck? Base on my research it is called bakkie in South Africa and ute — an abbreviation of "utility vehicle" — in Australia and New Zealand.It is a light motor vehicle with an open-top rear cargo area bed) which is almost always separated from the cab is a light motor vehicle with an open-top rear cargo area (bed) which is almost always separated from the cab to allow for chassis flex when carrying or pulling heavy loads.

One of the pickup trucks that i like is the Chevrolet Silverado. It is the latest line of full-size pickup trucks from General Motors. It was launched in the year 2003. It is a high-performance pickup truck built by Chevrolet. It uses the 6.0 liter Vortec High-Output V8 rated at 345 hp (257 kW) at 5200 rpm and 380 lb·ft (515 N·m) of torque at 4000 rpm.

If some of parts of your trucks will break down or you will need a brake job a qualified auto shop is a way to go like Dallas Auto Repair, Chicago Auto Repair Los Angeles Auto Repair and many more. You need to choose the best auto shop there is because nowadays everything is expensive. Trucks are expensive that's why it would be worth it to have it fix to a qualified auto shop than spend hundreds or thousands of dollars for a cheap parts that wont last long.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Mother of Democracy

Today August 1, 2010, we the Filipino people is commemorating the 1st year anniversary of the death of our mother of democracy, the late president Corazon C. Aquino. We will always be thankful to her for giving us the democracy. Her husband, the late Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino who stood up for the freedom of our country. We thank you so much.

As many years goes by I hope people will still remember what they did for our country. I wish and pray that the youth in the next generation will know them and make them their inspiration.

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Welcome back cellphone!

Thank God my friend's cellphone had been given back by the good driver. I was so stupid because I thought that the vendor took it. I really didn't mean to accuse the vendor but at that moment I really felt that the he took it from my pocket. But to my carelessness I didn't notice that it fell from my pocket. I am so thankful that the driver was so nice because he gave the cellphone back to me. But I was sad that I didn't even get the name of the driver but I hope he will be blessed for being a good person.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Nihongo or Japanese Language (part 2)

Japanese Words

Kazoku Kosei ( Aboout the Family)

ryoshin = parents
ojisan = grandfather
obasan = grandmother
otosan = father
okosan = mother
kodomo = child
musuko =son
musume = daughter
otoko no ko = boy
onna no ko = girl
dokushin no otoko = bachelor
dokushin no onna = single lady
mago = grandchild
onisan = elder brother
onesan = elder sister
ichiban toshi ue no = eldest
ichiban wakai = youngest
kyodai = brother/sister
ototo = younger brother
imoto = younger sister
akachan/akanbo = baby
giri no kyodai = brother in law
giri no shimai = sister in law
giri no oya = parents in law
muko = son in law/ daughter in law
oi = nephew
mei = niece
itoko = cousin
shinseki = relative
oji = uncle
oba = aunt
yamome = widower
mibojin = widow
giri no okasan = mother in law
giri no otosan = father in law
mata itoko = second cousin