Who we are...
- Friends who crossed the line of friendship to discover that we can love more than we thought we can. Brought together by God and have discovered along the way that there is a deeper reason why we are together. Our mission is not to be done individually,but together. This site contains our past and our journey to the future..a sharing of emotions, feelings, thoughts, dreams, fears -- all about our adventures in life.
Friday, March 28, 2008
~~Begin Copy~~ I have randomly selected other bloggers below to be tagged and I hope that you will similarly publish this post in your blog. You will have to add your link in the end of the list and tag other bloggers and just keep adding on to the list. (Do not replace, just keep on adding Tag others . This is the easy way and the fastest way to
1. Make your Authority Technorati explode.
2. Increase your Google Page Rank fast.
3. Get more traffic to your blog.
4. Makes more new friends.
5. Build your community
Rules :1. Start copy from “Begin Copy” until “End Copy” to your blog. (for bloggers paste on the "compose" not the "edit html" part in posting blogs so it will be linked automatically).2. Put your own blog name and link.3. Tag your friends as much as you can.1. Picturing of Life 2. Juliana’s Site,a 3. Hazel-My Life, My Hope, My Future. 4. Jeanne-The Callalily Space 5.My Family is my Life 6. The Simple Life of a Baghag 7. On A Wonderful Day Like Today 8. House Everything, a 9. The Creativity in Me 10. Travel and Photography 11. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow 12. Nora’s Notes 13. Noras Family Treasures 14. Fil-Oz Blog 15. What A World 16. More on Health 17. Everyday Life 18.Pinaywifespeaks 19. Pinaywife Atbp. 20. Laugh Out Loud 21. Life’s Lessons 22. Kerslyn’s Comfort Zone23. Borski and Nai 24. M A R I K I T, 25. Jan April, 26. Random Thoughts 27.the long journey of my life 28. Life's Journey, 29. Wonderful Life, 30. Gen's Palace, 31. Moments I Treasure, 32. Trails N Life, 33. Life Has Began, 34. Simply Amazing, 35. Amazing Life, 36 Sorrounded Everything, 37. Alot To Offer, 38. Travel Blog, 39. Fascinating Life, 40. Blogger Spider Man, 41. Creative in Me 42. Little Peanut 43. Me and Mine 44. Sugar Magnolias-45. Clark & Butchay's Blog 46. Me, Myself and I ; 47. coffeenchoclate; 48. The Adventures of Dong and Jing 49. YOUR NEXT---End Copy--
I'm tagging Kathycot and Sweetpea.
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
The Junior Driz family:
The daddy: Dong
The mommy: Jing
The baby: Zye
The Senior Driz family:
Dadski: Dong's dad, Galo
Mamski: Dong's mom, Weng
The boys: Dong's brothers: Nikki and Derick
The Donor family:
Daduds: Jng's dad, Cel
Mamu: Jing's mom, Fe
Sis: Jing's sister, Owie
March 20, 2008
I woke up with Zye and Dong beside me, smiling ear to ear. They were all set and ready to go. Coming from Pasig, we had to get a head start to avoid traffic. Zye was up and about. I think our son is excited. Somehow he knew he was going somewhere today. Mamu was already with us. So we headed-off to our destination: Bato Spirngs, San Pablo Laguna.
The Junior Driz together with Mamu arrived at Bato Springs. The Senior Driz was still on their way because they had to wait for Derick who was coming from a night-shift job. While waiting, Mamu and Zye went for some early pictorials.
While waiting for the senior Driz family, Dong and I decided to watch Highschool Musical 1 since I have not, at all, watched it while Mamu and Zye took a nap.
The senior Driz family arrived. We started fixing our menu for lunch.
Was about to have lunch. Everyone was having fun playing with Zye and looking at this cute picture of him and our cottage neighbor’s baby, Isabel. The two looked cute in their picture. Zye’s soulmate? Haha...our boy is too young for that!!!!
Everyone went swimming except for Mamu and Zye. Owie was still on their company outing at Dalampasigan Resort.
Owie arrived while we were busy preparing dinner.
March 21, 2008
I woke up before Zye and Dong did so that I can help out with breakfast. The whole gang, including Zye, was already up at around 7:00 A.M. After breakfast, all of us decided to take a dip in the pool…including Zye. Of course, we wouldn’t be letting him in the pool. We brought his own pool! We filled it up with lukewarm water and we were gonna let him float around the pool with us.
Everyone headed to the pool happy and excited. All cameras were ready for the big event: Zye’s first swimming pool encounter. Unfortunately our baby boy was already a bit sleepy. Naturally when we placed him in his floating pool, he cried. Together with Zye, I headed back to our room. Our poor baby was already sleeping even before we got to the room.
Wet and hungry. All the swimming, dipping and picture taking activities had everyone starving. For lunch, we had Tinapa, chickendog and hotdogs with scrambled eggs. After lunch, some went for a snooze while the rest of us chatted. At around 4:00 P.M. Dong, Derick and I went out for a swim while everyone was still sleeping. Actually, we only spent around 45 minutes swimming. The rest of our time was spent posing for the camera.
Dong and I started preparing dinner. We were having adobo, sisig and itlog na maalat. (Goodbye diet!) By 7:00 P.M. everybody was up and awake and dinner was served. After dinner we all decided to go to the pavilion and invade the videoke machine. We still had to wait for our turn though because the group ahead of us was still singing their hearts out. Oh yeah, and Zye was with us as well. I was trying to put him to sleep but he thought I was just playing with him. So instead of stressing myself out to make him fall to sleep, we followed the group and guess what…he snoozed off a few minutes after we arrived at the pavilion. Hehehe. I guess he just didn’t want to be left behind!
March 22, 2008
Woke up and after a few minutes started packing up our things. Vacation is over. Back to reality once more. When daduds comes home for a vacation, I think we will visit Bato Springs again. Can’t wait for the next bonding session.
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
The Strategist Notebook, Link Addiction, Ardour of the Heart, When Life Becomes a Book, The Malaysian Life, Yogatta.com, What goes under the sun,Roshidan’s Cyber Station, Sasha says, Arts of Physics, And the legend lives, My View, My Life, A Simple Life, Juliana RW, The Callalily Space, Petra Summer in Blue, Confessions of an Army Wife Bless’ Sanctuary Happy Life, http://bless519.bravejournal.com/, La Place de Cherie, Chez Francine, Le bric a brac de Cherie, Little Peanut, Pea in a Pod, The Creative In Me, Me and Mine, Pinay Mommy, Expressions from the Heart, TeacherJulie, Sweetbites by Bang, Paul, Toni and Lance - Bridging the Distance, Our Growing Family, The Uncensored life of me, My Untamed World, Something Purple, A Detour, Something Purple, Wifespeaks, Changing Lanes,Bits and Pieces , Life Together Starts , A Housewife’s Journal, Joey M.D., The Working Mom, Online Raket, Idle in Makati, JengSpeaks, A Matter of Perspective, Ang Therapist, Freebies Australia, Abstract Musings, Endometriosis & Fertility Resource Page, The Adventures of Dong and Jing
Randomly passing this tag to:
Jenny, Kathycot, Mec, CC, Rojoy, Abbie and Farah.
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
My husband and I were movie addicts...but the addiction slowly lessened since last year. Maybe it was the pregnancy, maybe it was because we're now so eager to go home every night to see or son. But we use to watch three movies every week -- be it local or foreign films, drama, comedy, horror, suspense, fantasy, action, whatever suits our mood -- and for us nothing beats watching a film on the widescreen.
Not that we don't watch movies anymore, it's just that now, we actually choose which film we'd like to see best on the widescreen. Last week, we went out for a movie date to see 10,000 B.C.
The title would probably make you think of things such as tribal, ancient, jungle, beasts or prehistoric languages. Well, those are exactly our thoughts. So the movie started right as far as our imagination is concerned. There were people belonging to a tribe and costumes were definitely thousands of years ago. But then the actors started talking in English and we were quite surprised because we had our minds set that there will be a lot of reading during the film because of subtitles. It was good though because we can actually concentrate on watching the film itself. Some parts were narrated making you feel as if it was sort of documentary.
The film's first part will make you think it's about being a warrior or how people survived in the old times. As the plot builds, your theories will be challenged because there weren't much fighting scenes. It was in the middle part that you will realize that 10,000 B.C. is more of lovestory that happened thousands of years ago. It's a lovestory disguised as a prehistoric action/suspense film.
Yes. It was about love. It was about a guy no very liked in his tribe, falling in love and going after the one whom his heart desired. He battled the wild animals, the scorching sun, the steep mountains and went across the vast water to bring back home his one true love. In his journey towards his great love, he found his own courage, learned to believe in his abilities and led people from different tribes to rise above the slavery and fight for their own lives.
Dramatic? It was a bit of that. The quest was successful but the movie wasn't quite a hit for me and my husband. We should have watched Vantage Point instead.
I'm ready to party!
What's that Tita Owie???
Cool!!!!!! Where's the Disney Channel?
While waiting for the party to start, Zye and my sister Owie were playing around. Dong and I on the other hand were busy taking pictures of Zye. The games started and Zye was still bus in his own little world, oblivious to his environment simply enjoying his Tita Owie's T.V. phone. We were looking forward to Zye's reaction when Jollibee comes in. Will he cry? Will he laugh? Will he stare blankly and wonder why this creature is bigger than everyone else. We were about to find out. Unfortunately, before the big happy Bee arrived, Zye snoozed out. I think his excitement exhausted him too much. Oh well, better luck next time.
My sister, Owie, Me, Dong, Birthday girl Anne, Zye and Anne's mom, Buena
Friday, March 7, 2008
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