Saturday, June 16, 2012

Happy Fathers Day

Dance With My Father

by Kellie Coffey


I dedicate this song to my papa and to all Fathers out there. 
I do hope I had a chance to dance with my papa
because my father died when i was 4 years old
but god knows how much I love him...

I really miss my Dad..:((...
How I wish You were Here...
So sad :((...
But i know your happy with Our almighty Father... 

I love you so much papa...

To all Fathers day out there...
Happy Fathers Day!!!  

Monday, May 28, 2012

Jessica & Jennifer Holliday: And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going

Just wanna share this video from Sanchez performs "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" with Grammy award winner Jennifer Holliday at the Season 11 Finale of American Idol. 


After hearing and watching this video... who do you really think deserves the title... Give me you comment... I think although Jessica did not win the title of being the Season 11th American Idol...What she won was our hearts... This is really a late post and it is better than late than never... I also want to take this opportunity to congratulate her...

Congratulations Jessica Sanchez!!!


Saturday, May 12, 2012

A Mothers Day Thought

Hello guys it has been a while however, I will not miss this special day for me a my mom... Here is a cute quote I have came across the Internet. Please take your time to read...

Happy Mothers Day To All!!!

 A baby asked God, "They tell me you are sending me to earth tomorrow, but how am I going to live there being so small and helpless?"

"Your angel will be waiting for you and will take care of you."

The child further inquired, "But tell me, here in heaven I don't have to do anything but sing and smile to be happy."

God said, "Your angel will sing for you and will also smile for you. And you will feel your angel's love and be very happy."

Again the child asked, "And how am I going to be able to understand when people talk to me if I don't know the language?"

God said, "Your angel will tell you the most beautiful and sweet words you will ever hear, and with much patience and care, your angel will teach you how to speak."

"And what am I going to do when I want to talk to you?"

God said, "Your angel will place your hands together and will teach you how to pray."

"Who will protect me?"

God said, "Your angel will defend you even if it means risking it's life."

"But I will always be sad because I will not see you anymore."

God said, "Your angel will always talk to you about Me and will teach you the way to come back to Me, even though I will always be next to you."

At that moment there was much peace in Heaven, but voices from Earth could be heard and the child hurriedly asked, "God, if I am to leave now, please tell me my angel's name."

"You will simply call her, 'Mom.'"
- Unknown

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Jessica Sanchez sings Bohemian Rhapsody

Been hiatus for a while... anyway I just want to share this video... Jessica Sanchez seems to have a great voice and a lot of emotions on it. However, the judges is correct if you will be singing rock you need to move a little more. However, all I can say this is a great performance from one of our fellow Filipino... Good Luck and God Bless Jessica!!!

 Jessica Sanchez sings Bohemian Rhapsody  




A short background...

Jessica Elizabeth Sanchez (born August 4, 1995) is an American singer from San Diego, California. She is currently a Top 5 finalist on the eleventh season of American Idol.She is the first female and the fourth finalist in American Idol history to receive the Judges' Save. Prior to appearing on Idol, Sanchez competed in the first season of America's Got Talent at the age of 11. 

Jessica Sanchez, the eldest of three siblings, was born on August 4, 1995, in Chula Vista, California to Gilbert and Edita Sanchez. Her father, a Mexican American originally from Texas, is a U.S. Navy veteran who fought in the Iraq War. Her mother is Filipina and originally hailed from Bataan province in the Philippines. Her maternal grandfather, Eddie Bugay, is a retired U.S. Navy sailor. She started singing at the age of 2 and aspires to be a mainstream singer that can "belt but sing upbeat songs". Eminem and Beyonce are her favorite male and female artists, while Jennifer Hudson is her favorite American Idol contestant. Other musical influences include Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Etta James, Christina Aguilera, and Michael Jackson.

Friday, March 30, 2012

Thought of the Day : The Guy With A Goal

As I think of the next topic that I will be posting.It came across to my memory when I joined Days with the lord. I remembered when one of the speakers is talking about the fourth day, where actually its is just a three day workshop.

So the Speaker was talking about the fourth day and he point out three kinds of people. He came with the description of each as I have understand:

The Give me Guy is a person that always ask for help and asking for something , someone who cannot stand on its own. They are like Jelly fish, meaning "no backbones".

The Get along Guy is a person that usually get along with others. Friendly, Fun to be with and always there when you need them. However, there is a big catch. Since, they get along very well they sometimes used by The Give me Guy. This are the persons that always say "ok " and does not say "no". I short this are persons that always go with the flow.

The Guy with the Goal is a person that stand out of the three. Unlike the give me guy this person does not need the help of others and can stand on its own. Unlike the get along guy that is just going with the flow. This person is a hard worker and know when to say "yes" or "no". He fights for what he/She believes in and go for the goal and never gives up.

The third guy inspires me to go on with my life. That no matter how we have been burdened with problems we came across, we will stand after every fall. That we should stand for it and continue to aim for our goals. And with the help of God and Hard work I believe we can somehow hit what we are aiming for.

I do hope this Thought of the Day entitled The Guy With A Goal, inspires you. Keep on aiming! You might hit your own goal. Happy blogging!!!

Monday, February 27, 2012

My Chinese Name

Hi guys just came across with a great tool. I was just looking for Chinese character translation of my name. I found this website entitled

I found the translation of My Chinese Name...

Name : Roselyn

Chinese characters : 罗丝雷恩

Pinyin : Luō sī léi ēn

You can also put your name in a chinese painting such as








Sunday, February 19, 2012

Suroy-Suroy Dalaguete, Cebu

Sugbo TV presents Suroy-Suroy Dalaguete, Cebu. This video segment of Sugbo TV is featuring the province Dalaguete, Cebu. Sugbo TV is a Cebu province’s cable television channel.

Here is a three segment video of Suroy-Suroy Dalaguete, Cebu:

Saturday, February 18, 2012

The History of Dalaguete, Cebu

The History of Dalaguete, Cebu

How did the towns in the Philippines get their names?

Because the Spaniards are saying one thing and the natives another. The former could never get their nga's and ing's right, and many of the latter keep interchanging their e's and i's. Or local historians and story-tellers have run out of original ideas and are copying each other.

So, when a roving band of Spaniards, came upon a village at the mount of the Obong Spring and they saw a woman washing clothes in the flowing waters, they asked her what the name of the village was. Dalakit, the woman said, referring to the huge balete standing nearby. The tree is known in the locality as dalakit, or dakit. And this was how Dalaguete got its name.

Under the Spaniards, the natives built the baluartes or watchtowers at Obong that protected the town from the marauding Moros. Built in the late 1700s and early 1800s, there were three watchtowers referred to as Bantay Moros that formed part of a series of defensive fortifications erected by Fray Julian Bermejo, the Augustinian priest who was also called "Padre Kapitan". The baluartes were strategically placed along the southern flank of the island, from Carcar to the north Santander to the south.

One baluarte, rehabilitated in the 1970s and given a pavilion-like addition, is now a town landmark, referred to as the kiosko. Another landmark is Dakung Bato in Barangay Coro. This stone promontory served as the entrance to Dalaguete in the old days.

The town's beginnings started as an extension of the Carcar Parish in 1690. It became an independent parish in 1711, but it was not until 1802 that a more permanent building was started. Just like the church in Oslob, the church dedicated to San Guillermo de Aquitania is earthquake-baroque architecture characterize by flying buttresses on both side with a facade divided into three levels by cornice stone moldings. The pediment, adorned with finials, has a central niche and a small circular window that served as a lookout.

These days, visitors go to Dalaguete for 2 things, to bathe in the clear waters of Obong Spring, or to go up the highlands of Mantalongon, a barangay located a few hours drive away. Considered the vegetable basket of Cebu. Mantalongon's fairly cool climate is ideal for growing lettuce, tomatoes, cabbages, carrots as well as herbs and other nursery plants. Mantalongon is also a well-hidden secret as a favorite weekend destination for most city folks nowadays who find the lure of misty mornings and cold weather a refuge from the heat of the city.

A Brief History
By: Dolores Bajarias-Bilar (+)

Decades ago, several Dalaguetnons immigrated to manila in search of a better life and a bright future,bringing not only their belonging but also their love for the land of their birth and deep devotion to San Guillermo, the Patron Saint of Dalaguete,Cebu.

Hard work and preseverance led to the realization of their cherished dreams of economic and educational endeavors.But their enjoyment of such prosperity did not last long enough because of the entanglement of the Philippines in World War II.On December 10, 1941 ,Japan invaded the Philippines.On January 29, 1942,the invaders entered Manila.The people ran away.Many evacuated to the provinces.Some went home to their places of origin.The rest decided to stay regardless of consequences.

From 1942 to 1945, the Filipinos suffered from the oppressive acts and atrocious abuses.The worst, however, happened in Manila, during the first three weeks of February 1945, when the city was liberated. The Dalaguetnon and foreigners suffered from sickness, hunger, thirst, loneliness and uncertainty of their future.

At the height of their crisis they pleaded to the Almighty for His mercy and to San Guillermo for intercession. Their prayers were heard.

Sometime in August 1945, when they learned that the war finally over,they met, formed the KAPUNUNGANG DALAGUETNON, elected the late Candido Alvarado president or pangulo and planned to hold a fiesta in order to thank God and San Guillermo for their survival.

One day in February 1946, the first fiesta after World War II was celebrated in Pinaglabanan, San Juan, Rizal. This became a tradition. Since then, the truly devoted Dalaguetnons have never failed to honor San Guillermo in a special way, All the fiestas from 1946 up to fiesta on February 26, 1989 were sponsored by the KAPUNUNGANG DALAGUETNON.

During the 1989 fiesta sponsored by the Ambrad clan, an election was held for 1990 president/hermano. it was the birth of San Guillermo DE DALAGUETE, CEBU ASSOCIATION, INC which was organized and registered in November 7, 1989. The first fiesta under it was held on February 25, 1990.It continued to sponsor Fiestas, in spite of the existence of another group devoted to San Guillermo.

The majority wanted to provide the image with a chapel, as an appropriate abode. Fund raising activities were conducted during fiestas to accumulate funds for the purpose.

Just before the 2006 fiesta an alleged chairman of the Board of SAGUIDACEA told her friend , also a member, that she would "lie low, stay frozen," meaning that she would not participate in the annual celebration, so the fiesta was held on February 26, 2006 according to schedule even without her and three others, The affair was well attended, very lively. The Caritan Clan served plenty of food. We did not expect trouble.

A few months after the fiesta, a meeting was called, an election was conducted replacing those who were elected on March 7, 2004, due to their failure to elect a new set of officers on the General Assembly, day of the fiesta. The affected and the members did not complain. They just kept quiet.

I the remembered what the late Placido B. Bilar, a survivor who had participated in celebration of the first fiesta after the war, and one of the founders of SAGUIDACEA. He said, " My religiosity and deep devotion to San Guillermo is my legacy to my family. I want them to keep this legacy sacred. I kept these words ringing in my ears.

When I smelled an odor of break up I recalled my promise I had made on July 09, 2006, that beginning 2007. I would offer a Eucharistic Celebration every fourth Sunday of every year at the gymnasium of the Department of Agrarian Reform If available , but if not, then in any Catholic Church, But no food. I promised to fulfill such promise even if only my family and I would attend.Then a very good opportunity came on January 14,2007 when sex individuals expressed their full support to me. We agreed at once to hold a fiesta on February 25, 2007. More than 600 attended the affair as reflected in the registry book.. Some of them were Col.& Mrs Jose Mier. He told us that Mrs. Dolores Castillo Bejec would sponsor the february 2008 fiesta. Mrs. Castillo is the window of the late Atty. Conseco D. Bejec who sponsored the fiesta on February 18, 1967. She was in the Philippines in 2005 to visit her familly and had the occasion to attend our fiesta. She was happy to observe that the Dalaguetnons are very devoted to San Guillermo.

With the responsibility we are facing and for legality with new personality we made a name to our group: DALAGUETNON DEVOTEES OF SAN GUILLERMO DE AQUITANIA IN METRO MANILA INC.

The antiquity of Dalaguete can be gleaned from its parish church. Built in 1771, the year (the year the town and parish were founded), it was a masterpiece of Fr. Juan Chacel. J.T. Newman describes the church:

Dalaguete with San Guillermo as its patron is pseudo-baroque. The altar is shaped like a shell and it is one church with false galleries constructed at the upper sites of the altar. It is said that there used to be a small statue of San Guillermo with diamonds for eyes. But this has been stolen or lost

The town of Dalaguete used to be only a barrio of Carcar. But it progressed rapidly. As a 16th century town, it had a large wharf and the strongest fort outside of Manila. There were bastions of stones protecting it. It had good roads that facilitated communications and the town already had possessed a telegraph system.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Happy Valentines from Google

A Happy Valentines treat from Google... Tech and Math fans feeling amorous in the lead up to Valentine's Day are causing excitement on the tech blogs with a mathematical equation that produces a romantic symbol when typed into Google.

Just copy and paste this equation:
sqrt(cos(x))*cos(300x)+sqrt(abs(x))-0.7)*(4-x*x)^0.01, sqrt(6-x^2), -sqrt(6-x^2) from -4.5 to 4.5
Then press enter and you will see the graph above. Check it out...

Happy Valentines Everyone!!!

Friday, February 10, 2012

The Bourne Legacy

The Bourne Legacy is an upcoming 2012 film and will be the fourth entry in the eponymous Bourne film series, which is based on the Jason Bourne novels by Robert Ludlum and Eric Van Lustbader. The story sets off after the conclusion of The Bourne Ultimatum with Tony Gilroy as the director, screenwriter of the first three films.

The Cast

Jeremy Renner as Aaron Cross
Rachel Weisz as Stephanie Snyder
Joan Allen as Pam Landy
Edward Norton as Byer
Scott Glenn as Ezra Kramer
Stacy Keach as Turso
Oscar Isaac as #3
Albert Finney as Dr. Albert Hirsch.

Here is the Official Trailer of The Bourne Legacy

The Bourne Legacy releases August 3 in North America, followed by Australia, the UK, Norway, Sweden and Argentina through August, and rolls out in Russia, Germany, France, South Africa and other markets in September.


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