Just happy to share that N qualifies for another scholarship for school year 2016-2017. This year has been very good to our daughter in terms of academic achievements. She was able to pass the Maya certification exam and recently, won the best 2d artwork. It’s such a blessing indeed to see your child slowly realizing her dreams.
(If I could give her a gift, I would like to give her a musical instrument. Besides drawing, she wish to learn to play a guitar. The good brands, I think, are from this site because Musician’s Friend sells lace pickups and other accessories.)
We may have share of concerns these past few months, but here’s one good news that uplift our spirits. Our daughter passed the Maya Certification exam this week and now she is a Maya certified professional.
I was at the hospital when I received the good news. My daughter forwarded a portion of this email to me:
I’m not a technical person so in order to understand what does an Autodesk Professional do to help my daughter in her future career. I’m copying some information from this site:
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Seasoned singer Dulce sang this moving song at the necrological service for Mr. German Moreno (known in the showbiz industry as Kuya Germs). Ms. Dulce’s rendition was so emotional that it got me crying while listening to it (made me more emotional because I remember my cousin who passed away). Ms. Dulce’s voice was so powerful that not a lexicon reverb or instrument is needed in the venue to amplify her singing voice.
The song, Minsan ang Minahal ay Ako, was performed by Ms. Celeste Legaspi for The Musical “Katy”.