Monday, July 30, 2012

Random Photos From my Ipod

What to do on a rainy/classes suspended-Monday? Sleep and eat the whole day of course! I would never get tired of staying in bed with my good old blankie on this rather nice weather. And then I got bored, I was thinking of reducing my blog backlogs (nhuks...) but am still in a coma state. And as I scanned my ipod, I saw some interesting photos that just needed to be published. Here are some of the random photos from my ipod.


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Tzu Chi Foundation's Vegetarianism Seminar



A Taiwanese-based Buddhist foundation sponsored a 
Vegetarianism and Volunteerism seminar. 

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Aratilis


The only fruit (I can think of) where you have to eat the seeds, not even the skin. 

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Summer haircut


'Coz the heat can be so irritating.

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The Big C



A friend's fight for the Big C.

Carla: Bakit nag wo-work ka pa? Mag-leave ka muna.
Friend: Mas ok 'yung nagwo-work ako. Nagiging busy ako, nakakalimutan ko umiyak.
Nakakapagod na rin kasi minsan umiyak eh.

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The crazy watch



A co-teacher was selling this to me (a really expensive watch). 
It's a cool watch.
You have to follow the number for the hour hand (wherever that number is). 
For the minute hand, the standard reading should be followed. 
Confusing but fun right?

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Seminar/workshop of MAPEH teachers



This is how they (we) do it. 
MAPEH by the way is for Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health.

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Jollibee and friends



Ask anyone if they've already attended a Jollibee party and they would say "Hell yeah!"
Jollibee birthday parties are always fun and when I get to attend this particular one, 
5 of their mascots were there for 20 minutes! Cool.

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Graduation day



Who says that teachers are boring (and manang)?

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My granny is so fashionable



Effortless high-waist. Can't pull that off. 

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My students two years ago



They still know my middle name. 
Talk about 'favorite teacher'.

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Half-mast




My grandfather was a Teniente del Barrio (Barangay captain) and mayor of our town in Zambales. All flags in town were in half-mast and we needed to go to the plaza, church and municipal hall for necrological services before going to his final resting place. 
Who doesn't want to have a Philippine flag on his/her casket?

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Caution



'Yun na!






6 comments:

  1. Ang ganda ng shades! Hehe. Been looking for a shades that would fit my face and my budget. Hihi. :)

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  2. kelangan muna mag delete ng photos sa ipod mo aahahahah ,,,

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  3. Totoo ba yung nakasulat sa last picture? hehe!

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    1. oh yes anney! sa bagong ayala mall sa subic yan. hehe

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