I haven't been to the movie house much lately so I compensate by having Myke download them for me or wait for the DVD (Ugh! Agony.) So here are some flicks that are next in line for my viewing pleasure :)
Because of a .. uh.. "special project", I had to teach myself how to use Adobe Audition. I told a friend of ours (Hi, Mem!) regarding the "requirements" of my "project" and told me about this program.
I had Myke install this on their computer first and asked him to check it out so he later teach me how to use the program. Well, I guess he didn't have a lot of time to self-learn and the program seemed intimidating.
Well, because it is. Kinda.
Our church coordinator sent us a text message the other day reminding us that tomorrow is the deadline of submission of some of the forms needed for wedding. As I was rooting through my files to check which forms have to be filled-up and submitted, I came upon the handouts they gave us during our pre-cana seminar.
I know you probably want to puke already with mushy, lovey-dovey entries I have here but I really wanted to share this with you cos it's a really nice and helpful read for anyone who is contemplating of marriage, is getting married (me, me, me! :D) or is already married. Anyone who is in a relationship would totally relate to this. So, read on guys.
RULES FOR A HAPPY MARRIAGE
• Never both be angry at the same time.
• Never yell at each other unless the house is on fire.
• If one of you has to win an argument, let it be your mate.
• Never bring up past mistakes.
• If you have to criticize, do it lovingly.
• Neglect the whole world rather than each other.
• Never go to sleep with an argument unsettled.
• At least once every day try to say one kind or complimentary thing to your life's partner.
• When you have done something wrong, be ready to admit it and ask for forgiveness.
• It takes two to make a quarrel and the one in the wrong is the one who does the most talking.
Stay happy. Stay in-love, everyone!
As any typical girl, I'm sometimes fickle-minded. And so, I decided to give my blog site a new look!
I've always been partial to clean, contemporary layouts so I've stuck with the white background. The banner is also simple - with a single flower design and a short catch phrase. The are a lot of pinks, I know but I really love how it stands out against white backdrop. The width of the blog is wider than my last layout. I've also used smaller-sized fonts.
The overall look is simple, feminine, chic. What do you think?
There is a little shoutout box I've put on the sidebar, basically my own version of Facebook status/ tweets. I'd be posting whatever spur-of-the-moments rants, raves, or perhaps some words of wisdom (?), some philosophical or mathematical questions (?!).. But just indulge me, please! :)
Anyway, I hope you guys like it just like I do (until I get tired of it or be struck with some creative genius).
I'm a Glee addict so I'm really anticipating their new season.
I've read some spoilers and sneak peeks for the second season and I was really psyched to read that they're doing a Britney Spears episode.
I've watched the first half of it but I didn't finish it until a few weeks later. I was really bored by it. When I got to watch the second half (one which I wasn't looking forward to), I was just fast forwarding it to skip boring scenes.
What made me curious about the movie was their poster, a gun-yielding angel with some kiss-a** body ink (that rock hard abs was also a plus. Hi hi!).
I guess the poster did the trick cos I was waiting for it to be shown at the local cinemas. But due to scheduling conflicts, I never got to watch it at the theaters. Good thing that I didn't cos it would be a waste of my hard-earned bucks.
It was boring for me. The storyline was not really unfamiliar and there were a lot of questions that were formulating on my brain as I was watching it. Acting too was lousy. I don't want to expound, just see for yourself. (I'd warned you though) :P
It has taken me a while before I could urge myself to write about, I'd say, one of the heart-breaking moments in my life. Those of you who are close to me know about CJ, my dog. You'd know how much I love him and would often regale you with his cute antics that made him so dear to me and my family. But last June 3, CJ passed away and left us wondering if we should again invest so much love to one being that could ultimately hurt us more and leave us with an empty space in our hearts.
Charlie Jr or CJ is the son of our first dog, Charlie. He was born with a sister but it was dead when her mom gave birth to her. That's why CJ was so special with us, he was the only pup that survived. Even when he was little, CJ was really sweet and unlike his dad, he is not queasy whenever you want to hug him. He was a good dog, one that we could rely to guard our house. People are afraid to venture into our yard because of CJ (and his dad). One memorable trait of CJ was that he has a way of letting you know if he wants to go out, is hungry or thirsty. He would whine and bark to get your attention and when you ask if what he wanted to do (like, "CJ, do you want to go out?"), he'd respond by yelping and barking. It's as if he could understand what you were saying and he was somehow trying to answer back. He was very loyal to me and would always stick close to me whenever I am home. When there were times that I'm really down, I'd take him with me and we'd sit together in our front patio. CJ and I would just sit there on the steps - I'd be quietly thinking (sometimes crying) and he'd just be still, sitting close to me. Always ready to lend a hug. Like a friend who never needed to say anything but just lets you know, he's there. I remember telling him, "Wag mo ko iiwan ha." and he'd just look at me or would sometimes snort and go look around the yard. It was as if he was telling me that he couldn't promise that or maybe it was too much for me to ask...
It's our anniversary! Well, not as husbands and wife (not yet anyway. Hi hi.) but as a couple. I can't believe it has been eight years.
Ever since "Interview with the Vampire", there wasn't much of vampire movies made until "Twilight" mania struck.
And since vampires and werewolves are all the craze right now, I became a bit skeptical on horror flicks especially if they typically involve (dead or undead) men growing out fangs and claws and basically mauling some other poor, hapless guy. I must admit though that I got curious when I saw the trailer for Daybreakers.
May. And then, June. July. August. September. October. Exactly 150 days before the Big Day. I know that we are on top of things (somehow) but I can't help fretting and worrying about things. I feel like ditching work altogether and just get things done for our wedding. But I can't. I won't. *sigh*
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