I received this email from our Security manager and thought it is a very useful information for everyone to know . Election is getting nearer and we are expecting several checkpoints. As a commuter, you have rights too. Know them. Ignorance excuses no one. Let's support our service men.
Women lose themselves to jerks but don't take us lightly because women certainly choose to marry the right ones.
We celebrated our 6th year wedding anniversary yesterday. How fast time flew! We celebrated with dinner at a fancy restaurant of Marco Polo's Cafe Marco at Nivel Hills, Lahug.
It has been a tradition of the family to hold reunion every first day of the year. We usually hold our reunion at our grandma's ancestral home at Ramos. Because we have grown so many, the old ancestral home can no longer accommodate us. Since last year, we started holding our reunion at the only function place that opens on New Year day, JSU Mariners Court. It is a little pricey but we are very satisfied of the place especially because it is equipped with wifi.
Here are pictures of new year traditions. According to elders, 13 round fruits will ensure plenty of good luck, and good health. The tinggling sound of coins in your pocket and the wearing of polka-dotted clothes will ensure abundant financial wealth. There are so many more superstitions that we practice. Nevertheless, whether you have these or not, I believe there are blessings enough for all of us.
The world did not end when the Mayan calendar ended. Yey! I would not want it to ruin Christmas. If there's something the Mayans taught us, it is that when you don't finish something, it's not the end of the world. LOL Kidding aside, I am truly happy all the fuzz about the world ending in this generation was just a rumor. It means though that we still need to take care of our planet.