My Archives: December 2004

Tuesday, December 28, 2004

It has been another year on the net and in this world. People come, people go. Events start, events end... only to begin entirely new events. I don't know about you but 2004 seemed to be one long year. From time to time we say how the days go by so quickly but looking back, it has been one different year. Am not exactly glad to see it go but I wish that all of us will have an infinitely better 2005. [more]
07:46 PM GMT+8

Thursday, December 23, 2004

We will be on Christmas break from tomorrow, December 24 till December 27. Hopefully, we will be back on the net December 28. It has been another exciting year. 2004 felt like it had more deaths and tragedies compared to past years, but December 25 continues to give us hope as we rejoice in the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. [more]
01:31 PM GMT+8

Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Ali just had her last blood test and last 2D Echo last week. Her 2D Echo was normal and although her CRP reading was still quite elevated, her doctor thought it may be due to a viral infection. She is now off aspilet - which she took for about 6 months - and does not need to return to her doctor anymore. [more]
01:06 PM GMT+8

Thursday, December 16, 2004

Today, December 16, marks the start of the 9-day dawn masses known as simbang gabi, misa de gallo, or misa de aguinaldo. So, may I greet Pinoys and friends, everywhere and anywhere, a very blessed Christmas. As you rush from one party to the next, as you frantically wrap one gift after the other -- please do not forget the main reason for the season -- that of celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. [more]
07:13 PM GMT+8

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Sorry for the long break again but quarterly exams are upon my child. Add to that the fact that there have been family reunions and celebrations quite recently and writing just takes the backseat. Anyway, am back. [more]
01:20 PM GMT+8

Monday, December 6, 2004

The house of President Carlos P. Garcia (don't forget the "P" lest you confuse him with another Carlos Garcia), former president of the Republic of the Philippines, has been turned into a museum of sorts. Going around the house, I found out that he was also formerly governor and congressman too. [more]
06:25 PM GMT+8

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