My Archives: December 2003

Tuesday, December 30, 2003

Happy 2004 everyone! Give thanks for all your blessings in the year 2003. The fact that we are still alive and around gives us much reason to rejoice. Remember to say a prayer as we start a new year. Amid the firecrackers and fireworks tomorrow night, let us be silent for a few minutes and focus our thoughts on the One True Light -- the God who has sustained us through the 365 days of 2003. [more]
04:42 PM GMT+8

Tuesday, December 23, 2003

Have been very busy lately which explains the long absence. Couldn't let the holidays pass though without greeting the regular visitors of viloria and even people who accidentally stumble onto this site a blessed Christmas and a much better 2004. [more]
01:30 PM GMT+8

Friday, December 12, 2003

We were on our way home from somewhere. The hubby and I were talking about an acquaintance whose boyfriend happened to be abroad. I said: "Long distance love affair pala sila." (They have a long distance love affair.) [more]
11:36 AM GMT+8

Friday, December 5, 2003

Someone should move the talk shows to an earlier time slot to replace all those chi-novelas, pinoy-velas, game shows and mostly inane comedy shows. Come to think of it, now that the elections are near, the talk shows can have as much drama, gimmicks, and inanity, depending on the topic and the guests. [more]
12:05 PM GMT+8

Thursday, December 4, 2003

Pulse Asia. SWS. Have any of you been approached by these guys? In my 36 years of existence and after seeing survey result after survey result, I keep wondering where these people actually hang out. How come I haven't had the chance to be surveyed? [more]
04:55 PM GMT+8

Tuesday, December 2, 2003

Power Books. National Book Store. Toy Kingdom. Tiangges and easy-to-go-to Bazaars. These make up our "musts" as we do our Christmas shopping. Starting last year, we have added OMF Literature to our list. [more]
05:06 PM GMT+8

Monday, December 1, 2003

If your age is not too far away from mine, chances are your parents brought you to COD, a department store in Cubao, Quezon City for the annual Christmas display. Well, fret no more that COD has closed shop. The display is back, for your very own kids to see, and right next to the Greenhills tiangge. [more]
05:46 PM GMT+8

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