I got this cute tag from Marce Kaye. My first tag for 2010. Thanks, Marce! The rule is simple list down eight things that you are passionate about, favorites, etc and then pass it on to eight of your friends.
Woke at 5 a.m. (kids almost missed the school service)
Prepare kids to school
Wait for kids then dinner
8 Things I Love about Winter (or rainy season in the Philippines)
1. Sipping hot coffee with milk while watching movie
2. Prepare the most delicious sinigang or nilagang baka for lunch
3. Cook champorado for meryenda
4. No need to take a bath (joke)
5. Less cloth to wash (no one changes clothes when it’s freezing cold lol)
6. more reason to snuggle
7. sitting close to one another while watching TV
8. more time to sleep
8 Things I’m Passionate About
spending time with family
8 Word/Phrases I often Used
Love mo ‘ko?
Iligpit niyo nga ‘yan!
Night. lab u!
8 Things I learned from the past
Looks can be deceiving
Easy to trust people
Learn to love myself more
Learn to keep things to myself
Choose my friends and keep them
Be conscious about my health
Strike while the iron is hot
8 Blog Friends I want to tag. I’m tagging the Marce Club and the ladies following this site. Yipee!
Remember my first cousin Cez who got married last year? I’ve mentioned about her wedding and her wedding photos in one of my posts in my other blog. Just recently I saw their wedding video. To tell you honestly, I’m not satisfied with the way the videographer covered the whole wedding event, including shots at the bride’s house to the reception site. The video was a bit hazy and they could have edited portions that are not necessary in the film. Anyway, the wedding went well and they still have mementos to remind them of how special the occasion was to the couple and their families.
I was not involved in the wedding preparation, but if I had the chance to share my idea about the wedding, I could have suggested professional videographer Buddy Gancenia to cover my cousin’s wedding. Buddy Gancenia is one of the best corporate, events, wedding videographer in the Philippines so you have nothing to worry about missing an important shot during the wedding.
If my cousin will see any of Buddy Gancenia’s works, she will definitely regret not meeting him earlier. The next wedding will be mine. Yes, my husband and I are planning to have a chuch wedding in the future. It will be a simple wedding, but I want to make sure our special day will be immortalized by Buddy Gancenias’ genius in wedding video coverage.
I find this interesting corporate video of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in his site.
And here’s the screenshot of Buddy Gancenia’s Reality TV blog.