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Kid Playing with the Otter

I have been wanting to update my blog but my work has been pretty hectic that I haven't been able to do so. I promised myself I would write about our Clan Reunion but after a few start had to forego for the rush tasks...whew, some took time coz it really was not my forte. Had to embed this though because I needed to share this video of a really cute kid in red t-shirt running first you would think he is just running but then you will notice the otter racing along with him. Coincidence? Nah! See when the kid suddenly turns around, the otter does the same thing and the kid turns around again abruptly, like he was faking it out, and so does the otter. Love hearing the kid's laughter and of course the people around him found it really funny, too. With kids these days so focused on the Net and videos it is nice to see the fun there is still in visiting the zoo as well as the innocent fun a child could have with an animal. As summer is almost gone here in the Philippines,
James, Wade, Bosh too much as Heat beat C’s in OT for 3-1 lead By Dan Devine There are those who'll tell you that this is narrative harmony — that when one blue blood crashes, the other's got to burn. They'll look at the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics both losing crucial Game 4 contests in the conference semifinals — losses that sent the Lakers home and put Boston on the brink — and they'll talk about windows closing and chapters ending, singing songs of fading glory. They'll make this sound almost sweet — a simulcast Bob Ross sunset for two exiting champions. But that's not what this is; not really, at least. What happened in Dallas on Sunday afternoon was one team with all-universe shooters and an abiding belief blitzing the scattered shards of another out of the playoffs. What happened in Boston on Monday night was the best players on one team making m

Happy Mother's Day!

She can deal with stress and carry heavy burdens. She smiles when she feels like screaming, and she sings when she feels like crying. She cries when she's happy and laughs when she's afraid. Her love is unconditional. There's only one thing wrong with her. She forgets what she's worth! Pin It


First saw this poem at the clinic of my son’s pediatrician, liked it and remembered to bring something so I could copy it the next time I went there because the poem said it all. Parents want the best for their children but we are not equipped with how to properly rear our children and yes, we can only follow what our parents did with us. The question is do we remember all the rights things that they did? What about the wrong things we promised we wouldn’t do when we grew up? Both my parents were good people but of course they each have their own limitations and grew apart. The best thing that I can do is get the best from all of it I order that I can provide the best for my son – emotionally, mentally, spiritually, financially and physically. That was my motto for a long time. With so much to do and so little time, we tend to forget what is more important. We become so focused in being able to provide the best financially, give our children all the best and the latest, send him to t