Yoshinoya's eight new tempting dishes

Yoshinoya introduces 8 new dishes

Buttered Shrimp

Buttered Shrimp in Sprite

Seafoods for my hubby

Cebu trip

Queen City of the South

Another trip together


Have you seen garden of Eden?

I see a paradise in Davao

Kawa-kawa in Bicol

Second Time in Bicolandia

Exploring the beauty of Bicol Region

Friday, January 28, 2011

Our first month as Hubby and Wifey

Time is running too fast!  Imagine, a month has already passed after our wedding.  To evaluate the first month, I am happy, still enjoying the new facet of my life as a wife. :D

And since its January, its my birth month.  Another year, another blessings of my life!  Thanks for the free foods; office and my sisters' birthday treat for me.

The foods that my sister cooked for me.

You're my Destiny

"Love is patient, love is kind.  It does not envy, it does not boast.  It is not proud, it is not rude.  It is not self-seeking, it's not easily angered.  It keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, and always perseveres."                                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                    1 Corinthian 13:4

Two people, of two different lives bounced each others' path to live and travel the same path together. Is it accidental? Or is it fate?

Beauty Tips: Blow Dry or Air Dry?

By Anna Lynn C. Sibal

Should the hair be blow dried or air dried?
It is a matter of preference, actually. Some people do not have much time to devote to styling their hair, or want to achieve the maximum styling they can get for their hair, so they opt for blow-drying it. On the other hand, there are some people who think that blow-drying is a waste of electricity and is the quickest way of damaging the hair, so they opt to have it air dried.
Which is better, you may ask?
Both ways of drying the hair have their advantages and disadvantages, and there are proper and improper ways of doing both. Read on and find out what these are.
Air drying. Air drying is usually done by people who have short and low-maintenance hairstyles, or by people with curly hair. There are also people who have long hair yet have their hair air dry, as air drying does not subject the hair to excessive heat. Therefore, the hair is not as susceptible to damage as hair that is blow dried.

If you are going to have your hair air dried, it is very important to remember that the hair is at its weakest when it is wet. So, take care not to rub your hair dry with the use of a towel. The friction caused by rubbing the hair with a towel will make the hair brittle and eventually break. Rather than rubbing it, you should instead blot the moisture out of your hair with the towel. Also, be careful not to tug or pull at your hair that much when it is still wet. Once the water is blotted out of the hair, fluff it out with your fingers.

Blow Drying. Blow drying the hair is the most convenient way of doing it, and because most people live fast-paced lives, blow drying the hair is the way most people want to do it. Moreover, drying the hair using a blower adds volume to the hair. But inasmuch that blow drying is very convenient, it is also dangerous to the hair, especially if overdone. It can make the hair very brittle.
If you blow dry your hair, make sure that it is not soaking. Blot the water out with a towel first. Do not hold the dryer too close to your head; keep it at least six inches away from your hair and move the dryer constantly around your head. Protect the outer strands of your hair from being over-dried by bending over and blow drying your hair with your hair hanging upside down. Also, try not to dry your hair completely with the blow dryer. Stop while the hair is still slightly damp.
Whether you air dry your hair or you blow dry it is completely your own choice based on your own lifestyle and preferences. But whatever you do, always remember that the hair is fragile. Be careful while handling it.  

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The start of a new beginning

Because of the influence of my Ninang Weng, I've decided to also create and start my own blog.  Medyo may kahirapan sa simula, kasi I have to think of my theme and layout for my site and also the topic to be discussed.  Pero nung matapos ko na yung first lay out ko....I've grinned and said "this is it!".

Hope you'll visit me here my fellow bloggers and friends. This will serve as my online sanctuary and journal of my day to day activities, travels and adventures, together with my hubby, relatives and friends.

Enjoy reading!!!

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