After 3 days of back pain and slight colds, I am finally feeling well enough to type on my keyboard. LOL Sinulog was uber crazy! It is a different experience for me because, this time, I am one of the official maniniyot. For some of you who may not yet know, that means:
Yes, there is more to photography than setting your camera to Automatic mode for Point-and-Shoot convenience. Your photo actually looks better when you explore the power of your Digital SLR camera. I bet it will jumpstart your love for photography too. ^_^
It took me awhile to post this. I was hesitant. My resolutions have always been private to me. This year, I am making a change. I am making myself vulnerable to everyone. So call me out when I'm missing out on this list, k?! ^_^
Finally! I get to blog about my recent travel. It was not just any trip. It was a trip with the whole Alvarado-Alumbro clan. And yes, we are a HUGE family. Imagine how difficult the planning that was!?! It was the first time the whole family went out for a vacation... and abroad at that!
I am writing on Christmas eve. Yes, the air smells different. The air smells... happy!
This is the speech I delivered as my BS#5.
You prepare your own lunch
Let me tell you a story.
Three construction workers were on top of their half-finished skyscraper. Rrrrring!" the lunch bell sounded, and the three men sat on a steel beam jutting out of the 56th floor with their lunch boxes in hand.
Having been able to practically grow my career in Mac as a Software Engineer, I have always been a fan of Steve Jobs. I love his passion and his keen for perfection. I have watched his failures and successes by reading through several news and opinions about him. I have never read anything from him about his life story. This book by Sir Walter Isaacson is a narration of how Steve views the events of his life. I definitely would recommend you to read it.