PHOTOHUNT : SYMBOLIC
Magellan’s Cross is located in Magallanes street, Cebu City. It is housed beside the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño church. A historical landmark not only for Cebu City but for the Philippines. It was planted in the year 1521 by Ferdinand Magellan, a Portugese navigator who worked for the King of Spain in search of the Spice Island.
It symbolizes the propagation of the Roman Catholic faith in Cebu. When Magellan and his crew arrived in the island they were greeted by the local natives led by Rajah Humabon. They befriended him and consequently accepted Christianity and was baptized accordingly.
These photos were taken last summer during our exhilarating escapade at Subic Tree Top Adventure.
Here’s my son hanging as he was rappelling down a 60-foot tree.
And this is my daughter hanging as she was about to rappel down.
Every month we are faced with bills — electricity, cable, telephone, mobile phone, credit cards and what have you? As the one in charge of paying the bills (Hubs just bring in the money ), I have made ever effort on organizing them so as not to miss out on anything. One tough job but I have managed it so far…
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For people who want to swim but afraid of the sun, a covered pool is the perfect place to take a dip. This is where we spent the weekend to celebrated my Mom’s birthday.
Covered pool at Oakwood Premier Joy~Nostalg Center Manila.
I just love going to my favorite grocery to buy fresh items such as these lovely vegetables…
and of course their fresh fish and meat…
Happy Weekend to y’all!
These are all part of my daily regimen. I love to moisturize my skin, experts say that’s the secret to younger looking skin. With no preference on the labels, I always put on a moisturizer on my face every morning before I go out and then body lotion. At night, the regimen for my face is to cleanse, tone and moisturize. Before bedtime, I keep my lipbalm, eye cream and hand cream in handy.
The skin is the largest organ of our body and we need to take care of them
PHOTOHUNT : TIED
The wedding ring is one of the symbols of your social and spiritual union with your spouse. As you tie the knot, two lives will become one. It is a beautiful gift.
Many years ago, I have made this promise and to this day. I still wore the same ring that tied my life to the person I love. There is no perfect marriage, for the very reason that we, humans are not perfect. A lot of trials and conflicts will come your way. Personally, I believe there are four components of marriage that makes it work, LOVE, TRUST, RESPECT and more importantly FAITH. Faith on your love — that you can weather all the storms that will come, Faith in yourself — that you can give more in order to make things work, FAITH in the LORD — that He will guide and bless you and your union.
Marriage is a work in progress…. for it to be a happy ever after.
Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.(Proverbs 3:5,6)