Sunday, September 21, 2008

Brushes with Fame

I took that time off from my usual routine to make it to my son’s Gymboree Olympics. I didn’t expect in my entire life to be competing with another Gymboree mom Judy Ann Santos in a beach ball throwing contest and that my son would be competing with her adopted daughter Johanna Lois a.k.a. Yohan.

How did it feel? Doubly tensed: first the pressure of wishing your son would win and the thought that you were competing with a celebrity and the country’s showbiz superstar.

Nevertheless, seeing Juday (Judy Ann’s nickname) and Ryan Agoncillo there made me realize the importance of quality time. That if there’s a will to bond with the family, there will always be time.

Related Topics:
. Gymboree Olympics
. After Gymboree Olympics

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Windy Alternative - Global Warming

One of the fastest growing segments of the power sector, wind generation capacity is expected to more than double between 2006 and 2011 worldwide

Monday, August 25, 2008

Identity -- You ...What Can You Say About Your Self?

Ain't it grand ... we're all different and all alike ... and as we move through our lives we have magnificent changes ... we are what we are ... and we change when we change ... and just maybe our networks of peeps help guide our progress.

The following is for those that have been dNeero-ites for a while ... we hope that your answers will make your social networks a little bit more active.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Hear ye hear ye

Oil prices trends have recently been going down based on global market rates and these cut across diesel, gasoline and LPG. The thing is, the Philippines’ oil industry is highly deregulated, which means that the government cannot simply impose that oil companies in the country should follow suit. Nevertheless, I would like to believe that the good news on the global level will certainly help temper or halt or even better lower local oil prices as well. I know that for one, Flying V are rolling back its prices. Even now I already feel like filling up on gas full tank by end of this week and let the good times roll.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Charlie Green

I couldn’t believe that Micheal Buble has an alter ego decades his junior in the person of Charlie Green. The super cute, British-Filipino nine-year old is currently making his country proud as the Finalist of Britan's Got Talent show. He had a brief stint with ABS-CBN in terms of shows and a farewell concert. I am sure that his parents are doubly proud of their son for his achievements as such a very young age.

Monday, August 11, 2008

New Free Station - ABC 5

Television station ABC 5 signed off on August 8, 2008 to launch its new brand name “TV5.” With the new brand comes an overhaul of its programming especially its roster of talents except for ABC 5’s tried and tested ones such as “Shall We Dance” hosted by Lucy Torres. I have yet to watch the new program line-ups and see if the new name will elicit big interest to see what 5 has to offer.

> Solar Joins ABC5

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Beijing Olympics 2008

There’s something about being out of your own country that makes you perform extra hard and even better. Think Lea Salonga, Billie Crawford, Arnel Pineda and Charisse Pempengco. There’s that sense of Pinoy pride you carry with you. I hope this will be the kind of spirit that the 15 Filipino athletes will carry with them while the Beijing Olympics 2008 is on-going.

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