Monday, July 31, 2006

Hello Benguet!

To my frequent visitor from Benguet, Philippines my sincerest thanks for dropping by here in my site. How's the weather up there? GOD bless and PEACE!

Saturday, July 29, 2006

3 Things In Life

Three Things in Life

Three things in life that, once gone, never come back -
1. Time
2. Words
3. Opportunity

Three things in life that may never be lost -
1. Peace
2. Hope
3. Honesty

Three things in life that is most valuable -
1. Love
2. Self-confidence
3. Friends

Three things in life that is never certain -
1. Dreams
2. Success
3. Fortune

Three things that make a person -
1. Hard work
2. Sincerity
3. Commitment

Three things in life that can destroy a person -
1. Envy
2. Pride
3. Anger

Three things that is truly constant -

Father - Son - Holy Spirit

I ask the Lord to bless you, as I pray for you today; to
guide you and protect you, as you go along your way. God's
love is always with you, God's promises are true. And when you give God
all your cares, you know God will see you through.

Pass this along to People you want God to
Bless - I just did!

If you pray, don't worry.
If you worry, you did not pray.

A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.

Monday, July 17, 2006

Thanks For Including Me In Your List

I came across a blogsite written by my KABABAYAN who is also in Australia. Thank you for including me in your list. I will regularly visit your site as well. Good Day!

39 Years And Counting

July 14,2006, a stormy day, while typhoon Florita was bringing havoc in the north, we (Abigail and I) were busy preparing for my birthday. I invited some of my closest friends, my badminton buddies and some of my closest relatives. I didn't notice I was 39 already! Time really flies fast! 1 more year and I will be beginning my life. (They say life begins at 40, right?)

How I wish I could grow old with somebody... Up to now I am still alone... Nobody to share my love with...

Depressing isn't it???

Monday, July 03, 2006

Pacquiao Gives Larios A Beating Of His Life

Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao proved why he is a pound-for-pound king with a dominating performance over Mexico's Oscar Larios just an hour ago at the Araneta Coliseum in Manila.

Pacquiao, the southpaw with sledgehammer fists, knocked down Larios twice in the fight, and dominated virtually all the other rounds en route to an emphatic unanimous decision win.

France's Humbert Furgoni saw it 117-110, Belgium's Daniel Van Del Wiele penned it 118-108, while Thailand's Noppharat Sricharoen had it 120-106 all in favor of the iconic Filipino.

The win solidified a November 18 rubbermatch between Pacquiao and another Mexican, Erik Morales.

Pacquiao was in cruise control in the fight, except in the third when Larios rocked him with several big rights and pinned him on the ropes.

Pacquiao, however, rebounded with a performance for the ages, clinically dismantling and bloodying the game and gutsy hombre from Guadalajara.

"Starting in the 4th, I made an adjustment because he's also a good inside fighter," said Pacquiao when asked about the third-round scare.

In the undercard, Czar Amonsot edged out a gutsy Silverio Ortiz via unanimous decision, Gerry Penalosa decisioned a tough-as-advertised Tomas Rojas, while Jimrex Jaca prevailed on a seventh-round technical decision over Hector Marquez.