All of a sudden, the egroup is once again active. But still, we still wonder what the reason is for the deep slumber of marybeth and captain rudy. We also await with anticipation the next posting of fely jacobs. So with bert, tess, rori (after his dagohoy posting), and ning-ning. We hope ed stays safe in jerusalem (wag mong gayahin iyong pres. ng israel who pleaded guilty to sex crimes and resigned).
As Nannette (Rose Cabusas-Yatco) promised, she sent me copies of the scanned pictures from our Yearbook. Now we were able to complete the graduation solo pictures of our batch, thanks to Nannette. She also sent me a copy of her beautiful sketch of the old DPS facade (electronic copy lang, not the real one). She's an artist masquerading as a dentist! (She's a dentist by profession.)
for the rest of the solo pictures, go to: http://picasaweb.google.com/gold50/AdditionalSoloPicturesFromTheDPSClass67Yearbook
I also saw the collection of pictures of Camarines Norte by Job Elizes, one of the administrators of the firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to see them, you can visit this site:
As to the recent events here, I think Vinzons celebrated its town fiesta, isn't it Alot? Today is also the installation of Msgr. Garcera as Bishop of Daet. On the political scene, tomorrow marks the end of the term of incumbent elected officials, that's why many of the newly elected ones are having their oath taking. But until now, one and a half months after the election, we still do not know who will be the 12th winning senator. Ang sarap pata_ in ng Commission on Election officials, lalo na iyong provincial election officer of the province of Maguindanao (na sobrang garapal ang pandaraya). Hay, while the citizens became more vigilant, mas naging garapal naman ang pandaraya!
Good morning! Welcome to the blog Ate Marynat. Finally, nakita mo na rin iyong blog! I hope you’ll visit this site regularly now and post your comments, too. You just have to register. You will be guided once you try posting your comments. Madali lang, mas mahirap iyong pag-piano, di ba piano virtuoso ka?
Today’s features come from an e-group which I recently joined – email@example.com. Our guest article today was written by Ms. Nanette Rose Cabusas-Yatco who also studied in Daet Parochial School, but graduated from the Camarines Norte High School. Her email to me will further bring back collective memories of our DPS’ past.
I am also posting an email from a member of the e-group who observed the disrespect for our flag and country by the Philippine Embassy itself in Washington, DC. I hope that you’ll also bring to the attention of authorities concerned similar such incidents in your places.
On a lighter mood, I’m also posting some quotations for the husbands (although, these may also apply to the wives, just change the gender of some of the words) taken from the same e-group.
On advocacy issues, after breast-feeding which is also being strongly supported by Danny, I would also like to promote two Filipino products/companies. This is not a paid advertisement, but for the Philippine-based members, I am strongly endorsing Hapee toothpaste. I’ve been using this for around two years now. This was mainly because I wanted to patronize quality pinoy products (cheaper pa in price, not quality). Hapeely, its Filipino producer (Lamoiyan Co) has survived and seems to be able to compete with the leading brands, like Colgate and CloseUp which closed their plants in the Phils and transferred to other Asian countries. Now, I found out that there’s another reason for patronizing it – it’s vision, mission and values. The company maintains a school for the hearing impaired and has a program for hiring the deaf as employees. It also provides housing facilities for its employees. Another company, I’m endorsing is Hen Lin, a food chain serving Chinese noodles and dimsum. This is also a Filipino firm which helps street children. Instead of ChowKing, try Hen Lin! Meron sa SM Mega Mall.