Tuesday, September 29, 2009
After church last Sunday, I decided to stop by at the filipino store here in rainer avenue in Seattle and grab some cornic ( corn nuts made in philippines). I am so addicted to it. Masarap kainin pag nanonood ng TV. The last time I was there I only grab one bag, this time I bought two bag. Kahit paano, I felt like I am home (lol).
Monday, September 28, 2009
Do you love riding bike? I do, that is one of my passion, riding my bike whenever I get the time of the day. Christmas is just around the corner, of course buying gifts in on our agenda. I got a great gift idea to share why not buy your love one a beach cruiser bikes for Christmas? Beach cruiser bike is a great gift for any occasion.
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Many women in the world today are suffering in silence. They are living secret lives of abuse, dysfunction, poverty, sickness and depression. They are being beaten everyday by a partner or a family member. They secretly live with HIV in fear of being not accepted because of the stigma that goes along with it. They are dysfunction, unable to raise their children correctly because they have not been taught. Depression is their secret killer, it numbs them from the inside out.
1. Ask yourself: "Am I ready to be free?"
2. Purchase 5 notebooks or journals.
3. Write everything negative that you think or feel about yourself (no matter who said or done it).
4. Ask yourself:"Why do I feel or think that way?"
5. For every negative thing you write, find a positive to replace it.
6. If you cannot find a positive and you believe in God, find a scripture from the Bible.
7. Be honest while writing.You must be totally honest with yourself.
8. Find a positive scripture or song and read it or listen to it every day.
9. Feed your mind, body and soul with something positive every day for an hour.
10. Make up your mind to cut out or stop listening to all negative things (including family and friends).
11. Make a promise to yourself that you will fight for your life.
Know that it is OK to fall, for one day you will stand. A righteous man falls seven times. When you feel self-pity coming on or negative thoughts, tell yourself the devil is a liar(he is the one that seeks to destroy you) and that you are fearfully and wonderfully made. Speak positive words over your life until you begin to believe it. Please do not just think positive but speak it out loud, allow the words to feed your mind, body and soul.
Sunday, September 27, 2009
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New Mexico is a great place to visit. It has a beautiful climate, fantastic people and a unique culture. However in order to get the most out of your trip to this fair state, do the following steps:
1. Eat the local food. Go to either a Mexican or New Mexican restaurant when you are here.
2. Understand our state's official question "red or green?" This means "do you wish to have red or green chile on your food?" I suggest that you have green chile - it's usually the most flavorful.
3. Visit a Catholic church. Many of the Catholic churches in this state are hundreds of years old. Catholicism was and still is very important to native Hispanic New Mexicans.
4. Visit an Indian Pueblo. However, please respect their privacy and traditions.
5. Visit Las Cruces, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Ruidoso, Gallup and Taos. These cities, among others, give you a good sense of what New Mexico is about.
6. Go off the beaten path. Check out Chaco Canyon, the Very Large Array, and the many little towns, villages, and ghost towns in the state.
If you live in the United States, you don't need a passport to visit New Mexico. New Mexico is the 47th state of the United States.You usually can drink the water! Wear sunscreen! New Mexico is sunny, and much of it is high elevation. You may get sunburns that may lead to skin cancer if you don't take care of yourself. Be prepared for cold and/or inclement weather. Not all of New Mexico is desert, some places are cooler than others. Also, it can get fairly cold in the desert during the winter. Be wary of tourist traps! Remember, one person's treasure is another person's trash.
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Getting caught up in popular music? Want to know how to like it and your own favorites? Read on for instructions...
1. Appreciating and liking are two completely different things. Listen to all sorts of music, even if some of it might not be your absolute favorite. You don't have to like the music, just listen to it and try to understand it. Listen to a little bit of everything, from Bach to Billie Holiday to Less Than Jake to Liquid Tension Experiment to Michael Buble to Slayer.
2. Most songs are written for a reason. There is usually a message being sent. If you don't understand it upon first listening to a song, look up the lyrics. This is hard to do in classical music, as there are not necessarily any lyrics. For that, you have to try a little harder when you listen.
3. Don't criticize the first time you listen. Just sit back and let it wash over you. If you start complaining or griping, you have no hope of appreciating it.
4. Do your best to expose yourself to new kinds of music. Go out and buy a random used CD or listen to a different radio station each day. Go on sites like allmusic.com, pandora.com, myspace, or purevolume.com to find new bands.
5. Research underground music or listen to garage rock/pirate radio stations. These types of music are usually unique and tend to expose you to different.ideas and styles. Research music like ska, two-tone, and experimental. All of those less popular genres will help you to better your understanding of different music.
6. Don't limit yourself to "Pop" music. Go for some opera, classical, jazz, techno, reggae, and heavy metal, too. Also, look up music from different countries.
Go to your local library and take out some CDs that you normally wouldn't listen to. That way, if you don't like it, you didn't lose any money! Some music stores allow you to preview a CD with a quick scan of the album, such as Barnes & Noble and FYE. This is also true of most online retailers, and there are many places to find free samples, such as videos on Youtube, Pandora.com, or the band's website. Try it before you buy it!
Be aware of your surroundings. Headbanging at the office usually isn't acceptable. Keep it down. The guy a block over probably isn't as interested as you are in hearing opera or the latest techno remix. It's a hobby, not a chore. Don't feel like you HAVE to go listen to the new track you got RIGHT NOW. Music can be better appreciated if you actually want to listen to it.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
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Not too long ago, I'd renewed my Philippine passport. There were some changing on renewing Philippine passport. The picture background should be in royal blue or dark blue instead of while. The green passport is no longer an issue or it is not readable anymore so, Philippine passport is changing from green to brown.
Anyway, last weekend I sent out my picture and my left and right thumb. And yesterday I got a call from the Philippine General Consulate saying that I didn't sent my picture, that causes for my passport renewal on hold. I was so prostrated because I'd checked the enveloped 3x to make sure everything was there before I sent it out. And take note , I have somebody to back me off( smile). Today I called the Consulate in SF, telling them that I did sent a pair of my passport pictures along with the $17.50 money order for sending my passport back to me when it is all done , then the CC of the white sheet with my finger print. I'd argue with the lady, telling he that she need to check the enveloped, my picture probably just got separated from the paper and they did not bother to check the inside of the enveloped She told me that she need to check the mailing area . And boom... I was right, she called me back and told me that she found the pictures. I was so relief,and she apologized for what happened.
Anywho, usually it will take 6 to 8 weeks for the passport , because they have to send it to Philippine and back. This is making me think twice about becoming US citizen (wink).
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
This season with DWTS, was kind of okay. I don't really have a favorite yet, last season was exciting. I was really into it, for some reason season 9 was not that exciting for me. Probably, I don't really like know about contestant that much.
Anyway, we'll see how it goes.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Staying in one of the finest hotel is an amazing experienced. I only been to Hilton Branson Convention Center in Missouri one time. It was when my husband business meeting a year ago. I decided to tag along to keep him company after a business meeting. I must say staying at Hilton Branson Convention Center keep my boredom goes away because of the amazing, dazzling dancing water shows that you see at night. I found so many things to do while my husband is away for a meeting. There were so many things to explore and enjoy like the outdoor veranda, where you can relax and drink your favorite beverage, and the Trofi Lounge where you can as well relax and have a peace of mind after the long day meeting, the fitness center which is open 24 hours which located adjacent to the indoor pool and much more.
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Have you ever had a craving for those delicious tortilla shells you only normally have in restaurants? Below is an easy and quick way to make flour tortillas from scratch!
* 4 cups all purpose flour
* 1/8 tsp baking powder
* 1/2 cup vegetable shortening
* 1 1/2 tsp sea salt
* 1 cup warm water
Mix the flour and baking powder in a bowl.
Add the vegetable shortening and mix it in with your hands until you get a coarse meal consistency. Dissolve the sea salt into the water.
Drizzle the salt water mixture into the flour and mix with your hands into a soft dough. Add more warm water if it's not coming together.
Form the dough into a ball. Put it in a bowl and cover for 20 minutes.
Break the dough ball into twelve smaller balls. Put a little bit of shortening on your hands and roll them into balls.
Flatten each ball out into a tortilla. Put flour on the surface before rolling them out. Get them as thin as possible.
Preheat a pan on medium heat. Cast iron works well for tortillas.
Lay the tortilla on the pan and flip after 15-20 seconds. Bubbling is normal.
You don't need to put any oil on the pan while cooking. Add 1/2 to 1 tsp of sugar per cup of flour to make the dough more pliable and the tortillas more moist. Vegetable shortening is generally made from hydrogenated oils, otherwise known as trans fats. To make a more authentic tortilla, use lard rather than shortening. Use a rolling pin or piece of large diameter wooden dowel (Hard Maple is best) to roll the dough thin.
Don't place your tortilla on a too-hot pan, it will burn the outside before the inside is cooked.Remember to always be careful when using a stove.
Friday, September 18, 2009
This photo's was taken by no other than "ME". I must admit, I love taking pictures no matter where I go. Here is some photos of Seattle, I was at other side which is the Alki beach.
The image below was a yacht that was about to duck. It is kind of hard to capture this image fow I was kind of far away. Good thing my camera works great ( wink).
The image above was the passenger boat taking off.
The rest of the photos was the space needle and the tall buildings in Seattle.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
A week ago, I'd sent my passport renewal form at Consulate General Philipines in San Francisco. Three days after that, they sent me a letter back saying that I send the wrong background of my picture.
The Consulate is receiving applications for the new Machine Readable Passport (MRP) beginning June 02, 2008. The old “green” passport is no longer issued. Each applicant must personally appear at the Consulate, except for minors 8 years old and below and senior citizens 65 years old and above, and bring with them the following:
Duly accomplished passport application form
Most recent Philippine passport
*One (1) copy of the passport data page(s)
For brown passports – copy the pages which show the data and picture of the applicant
Two (2) identical photos taken within the last six months of size 4.5 cm by 3.5 cm on a Royal Blue background. Complete details on photo requirements for the MRP may be viewed at www.dfa.gov.ph/consular/PHOTO%20GUIDELINES.pdf.
USPS Express Mail Postage Stamps
It takes about six (6) weeks to process the MRP as the approved applications are sent to a central processing facility in the Philippines.
If the applicant’s last passport is the brown one – which only shows the applicant’s middle initial, – a copy of any VALID IDENTIFICATION which shows his/her WHOLE MIDDLE NAME must also be provided. Acceptable forms of identification are:
State ID or Driver License, or
Permanent Resident Card (Green Card)
First time applicants must also bring the original and a copy of
NSO certified Birth Certificate, if born in the Philippines; or
Report of Birth, if born outside the Philippines (Please see requirements for Report of Birth)
The fee for the issuance of a passport is $50.00Accepted forms of payment are cash, money order, cashier’s check or bank draft made payable to the Philippine Consulate General. Personal checks, credit or debit cards are not accepted. All consular service fees are non-refundable.
Due to this changes, I had to run around all over Seattle yesterday and find a some place where they have a blue royal or dark blue background, we end up in Beacon hill in Seattle, which is the Genesis Travel. To be able to have the philippine passport6 photo done, you have to have a top that cover the chest and hair should pull back to show both ears. And on the top of that you need to have a tumb print done. It is very complicated and prostrating ( never done this kind of hassle before). But I got it done, and sent it today. Hopefully everything will be fine now.
Monday, September 14, 2009
Visiting the doctor for a new, undiagnosed medical problem can be daunting. Patients often struggle to try to get their symptoms across to the doctor in an effective manner, and the physician needs to gather the information they need from a patient without overlooking anything important. All this must be done during a medical interview which, on average, will be shorter than 10 minutes. Here's how you can maximize the appointment by giving the doctor the information they are looking for in the same format they learned in medical school.
Bring an up-to-date cumulative patient profile with you to the interview. You can create one by summarizing your medical history on a page. Include dates of, and reasons for hospitalizations and surgery. You may not end up needing to refer to it, but if questions about your medical history come up, having one will maximize the time you can spend discussing your current medical issue(s). Bring your current medication bottles, which list the name & dose information, including herbal supplements if applicable.Describe your basic reasons for the visit in one or two sentences. Most doctors will start with the interview with something like, "What brings you here today?". Preparing an answer to this question in advance will facilitate the visit. Some common symptoms include:Pain, weakness, Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, fever, confusion, breathing problems, or headache. Recall the onset and timing of your symptoms. Include starts, stops and frequency. ("I get bad pain right in between my menstrual periods that lasts about three days.") Be prepared with dates and times, if possible. ("The first time I remember feeling this way was on the 15th. It tends to get worse in the late evenings, but occasionally I feel it in the early mornings, too.") Explain what makes the pain better or worse. Make note of any movement that sharpens the pain ("My finger feels fine unless I bend it towards my palm, and then I feel a sharp pain.") or lessens it ("It seems to go away when I lie down on my side."). If any foods, drinks, positions, activities, or medications worsen or alleviate the symptoms, make it clear. ("The fever got better with Tylenol but then came back in two hours.")
Use adjectives to describe your symptoms more fully. Not all pain is the same. It can be sharp, dull, right on the surface of the body, deep inside, etc. Example: "When I get dizzy, it isn't just that I feel like I'm going to faint; it feels more like the world is constantly spinning to the left!". Without getting overly poetic, try to point out what makes this sensation different than other types of pain you have felt before. Point to the location of your symptoms. Include details if the pain moves about. ("The pain was right around my bellybutton but now, it seems to have moved over here near my right hip.") Rate the severity of your symptoms. Use a scale of one to ten, with one being almost nothing and ten being the worst possible symptom you can imagine. Be honest, and don't minimize or exaggerate. "Ten out of ten" pain (in the eyes of medical professionals) would render a person almost incapable of speech or any other act such as eating or reading. ("I was sitting eating lunch and then I suddenly got the worst headache of my life out of nowhere. It was so bad that it nearly knocked me unconscious. Definitely a nine or ten.") Describe the setting and your condition when the symptoms occurred. Where were you? What were you doing? How different was the setting and activity than what you normally do? What had you been doing right before the symptoms arose, and earlier that day? List other things that happen at the same time as your symptoms. ("During the three weeks I've been having these fainting spells, my wife also said that I've been looking very pale and I've also had these dark colored bowel movements and I've lost ten pounds even though I'm eating exactly the same.") Expect the doctor to examine you and potentially order some tests or a trial of treatment.
Know your own health. It is very frustrating for both the patient and the doctor to meet face-to-face and then begin piecing together the story. Actively performing these steps may not be necessary if the doctor already seems to be asking questions in a logical flow, and is hitting all the points. A well trained professional should actually be able to get all the points without even thinking through the steps. Bring written notes about what you want to ask. Many people when faced with a doctor go blank! A pen to write down what the doctor says is handy, too. Many patients often remember things they want to ask the physician after the visit has concluded and are then embarrassed to call back about it. Consider bringing a friend or family member for the visit if you are not sure how to explain your physical problem correctly, if you are forgetful or fluster easily.
Look the part. If you are complaining of the worst pain of your life, don't be drinking coffee, reading a magazine and answering your cell phone. If you are complaining of a sore toe, don't have the doctor enter the room to find you laying on the exam table in a medical gown. Honesty is key. Physicians are bound by a duty of confidentiality. If your continued health is at stake, you may as well tell them every detail. Make a list of questions you have for your doctor. Most of the time, due to time constrains, You will forget what you were supposed to ask! Think about the symptoms and their nature before you get to the doctor to save both your and the doctors time as well as making it diagnostically clearer to the doctor. Do not wait till the end of the meeting to say "...and, by the way, I have this other pain". This is terribly inconvenient to doctors since something that you think is minor might change their whole treatment plan. Tell them all of your symptoms up front before they start working on a diagnosis.
Start talking to the doctor about your symptoms, not what you think your diagnosis is (unless you are absolutely sure). Responding with something like, "I think I have multiple sclerosis" may seem like a big time-saver for you but in practice, will tend to set most doctors on edge and derail the interview. Instead, open the discussion with something like, "My arms and legs are getting really weak lately and now I can barely walk."This framework is most helpful when dealing with someone who has never met you before, and in particular when the medical problem is new. It doesn't add much if you are reviewing a chronic problem with your own family doctor. If a medical interview doesn't seem to be getting you satisfactory answers, it is more effective to continue to express concern and worry and much less useful to become upset or angry. You do not want to be labeled as a "Problem Patient" or a potential lawsuit-in-waiting (something that may carry over to future appointments or even be leaked to the doctor's colleagues). In these cases, it may be easier to try again at a different time, or seek a second opinion.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Just as good customer service is the store's responsibility, good customer behavior is yours. Follow these steps to make life easier for employees, and possibly make your own experience more pleasant as well.
Call ahead to check availability of popular items. It's far better than driving to the store, parking half a mile away, walking deep into the aisles, and wasting the time of a clerk who can't find it. When chasing after an item on sale, bring the printed ad with you (or at least write down the item number) to speed things up and avoid confusion about the price.
Put things back where you found them. When you knock something down from a rack or shelf, pick it up and put it back! On the other hand, don't put things back yourself if you don't know where they go. "Helpfully" putting back a shirt you just tried on in the wrong section or with the wrong sizes can make the item harder for others to find, and harder for the salespeople to find again and put back properly. If in doubt, leave it to the professionals.Be patient when in line. Sighing, groaning, and inappropriate language won't make it move any faster. If you find that an item is priced 15 cents lower at the other end of the store, let it go. Having someone run a price check over insignificant amounts isn't worth your time, the clerk's, or that of the people behind you. Don't be hasty to return items (especially electronics) you can't figure out how to use. When in doubt, either ask and/or study the owner's manual, and allow a few days' learning curve.
Leave the store with a smile and wish the clerk a nice day. Don't shoplift. Always be kind to store clerks, no matter how incompetent or rude you think they are. Odds are, they are neither - they are either having a bad day, or don't know the answer to your question. Don't take 20 items into a 10-item express checkout lane. If you do, don't be mad when you are redirected, or sneered at by other customers. Don't try to check out at closed lanes. If the light is on, it's open - even if there is no cashier there. If it's off, it's closed, even if there are three cashiers there. Period. Entering a closed checkout is like telling the cashier you don't respect him/her to his/her face. Don't do it, no matter what. Even if there is only one light on with 20 people waiting to check out, don't do it.
Put yourself in the shoes of the clerk, who must constantly deal with lines and lines of customers, many of them impatient and some of them rude.Many sites deal with the negative experiences of both customers and employees at specific retail stores. Reading some of the vents might give you an idea of what behaviors (and what stores) to avoid. Don't ever be rude to a store employee. You may be having a bad day, but why make them feel like crap just because you can? That mentality just makes you a less than a decent person.
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Is your front room stuck in the '80s? Does your house beg for a make-over? Here are some tips on how to save money and still get the look that you've always wanted.
Choose a style that you like (contemporary/modern, country, french country, Victorian etc.). Decide on a wall color to fit the whole look of the room. For Victorian, a rosy pink, or an off-white, country can be anywhere from blue and yellow, to pink and white. Select furniture. If your furniture already matches your style, then consider yourself lucky. If your furniture looks unpleasant, purchase some slip covers, they come in all different styles and patterns. Buy cheap rugs and draperies. You can save a lot of money by purchasing solid color rugs and draperies that are in your colors, and places like Wal-Mart carry them.Find artwork. It isn't as expensive as you may think. You can buy from a retail or craft store, or photocopy images from a book, and frame them. Alter the things you already have. A black lamp may not go with a nautical theme, so what do you do? Paint it, using spray paint or textured paints, found in arts and crafts stores. Clocks, coat racks, vases(using glass paint) shelves, bookends, even baskets and furniture can be transformed by paint.
Toss some pillows and a blanket on your couch, to give your guests a comfortable feeling when they walk through your door.Want to paint a design, but don't have the painting genie? Use stencils and stamps instead. Choose lighting in harmony with the mood. Bright for modern and dim for classic.Use a higher number of weak light sources instead of a lesser number of strong light sources.
Friday, September 11, 2009
Okay... yesterday was my b-day and my baby asked me what I want for my birthday and I said , I just want one simple thing a " CHESSECAKE". So we went down to cheesecake Factory and we bought my favorite cheese cake with fresh strawberry on the top. We bought 10" cheese cake, while the chief was preparing it I get to take a picture of it. I just want to share it, by the way, I had a great b-day and it's not over yet, my love is taking me out to dinner tonight at IBar's which is a sea food restaurant down in Seattle over looking the water.
This picture was when the chief was putting whip cream around the strawberries.
This one was, she was about to put the cheesecake on the box.
And ta-duh, my present for my bday. It probably not a great present , but it is to me, I am very easy to please (wink,wink).
Thursday, September 10, 2009
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Wednesday, September 2, 2009
I would like to take a time to my top 10 Ec dropper in August. Thank you once again for the none stop visit.
Pieces of Me
The Sweet Life
I am Harriet
Woman On A JouRney
THE OPEN BOOK OF MY LIFE
My Life's Perception and Inspiration
Bits and Pieces
My baby's Diary
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