Thursday, February 14, 2008

Never lost, always found (11): Valentine's 2008

Just another day... Like any other day...

Spent the first half of the day at home, still hounded by a tenacious respiratory tract bug... Thankfully, azithromycin is kicking in already...

Accompanied students in their monthly health education session with volunteer village health workers in a health center in Pasay City... We had a discussion and workshop about immunization...

The students gave heart-shaped candies to everyone in the center...

Spent almost two hours rummaging through an upscale department store for a gift for a friend who's getting married on Saturday...

Expressed love for my car by having it washed and waxed...

Got to talk to my parents in the US before they went to work...

Got to talk to a very, very good friend who's currently admitted to a hospital in Malaybalay...

Got to talk to a very, very good friend who's currently working in Thailand...

Finished a whole box of pizza as The Amazing Race Asia 2 came to a thrilling end... Congratulations Adrian and Collin, winners of The Amazing Race Asia 2!!! (Congratulations Pamela and Vanessa for clocking the second fastest time... Congratulations Marc and Rovilson for making it to the final three... Your numerous pit stop first place finishes and their corresponding prizes already make you winners =])

Bought my most "extravagant" ENTRECARD ad to date- 211 credits to post an ad in Ms Noemi's wonderful, wonderful blog

Had my Wives and Daughter fix for the week, a period English mini-series shown on the new Velvet Channel...

Updating my blog now...

Hmmm... practically spent the whole day with bits and pieces of whom or what I love here on earth... My work, my family, my friends, my car, my television, my blog...

An ordinary day- but not the least bit bad...

Not a bad day at all =]

4 comments:

  1. yup. it was just another ordinary day. :-(

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  2. too bad, Mark and Rovilson did not make it...although they raked in some prizes when they consistently won some legs.

    It just shows that brawns cannot match the brain...Nonetheless, they did a great job and it was inspiring seeing them waving the Philippine flag (although I think mark is not a Filipino).

    Yeah, just an ordinary day--battling with deadlines!

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  3. I'm really disappointed with the result of Amazing Race Asia 2. It seems that Marc knows the flags way much better than Rovilson. Nevertheless, they had the most dramatic pit stop finish ever with the Philippine flag proudly waving between them :) nakakatouch!

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  4. yeah... i hate to admit it but they seemed to have lost steam at the end... or yeah, the sad reality that brawn wasn't enough to get them to the Pit Stop That Mattered first... but they made the show more interesting and yeah, the flag-fluttering run really rocked =] TARA 3 ought to be more exciting!

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