Monthly Archives: March 2011

SaLe for a Cause..

Philippine Wacoal will be having a brassiere sale on April 1-2 from 8am-8pm at 2F 6788 Ayala Avenue Oledan Square, Makati City. Proceeds will be donated to RED CROSS for the benefit of tsunami victims in Japan. Advertisements

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Shaken but not Stirred..

A Tokyo Disney ExperienceBy Henry R. Atayde We left Tokyo on March 10, 2011, to meet and present to the Presidents and Officers of the two (2) La Salle Alumni Associations of Japan the schedule, program and preparations for the … Continue reading

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Song for the Day: Need to be Next to You

**Sang by Leigh Nash and written by Dianne Warren in 2000 that was featured in the Movie Bounce starring Ben Affleck and Gwyneth Paltrow.Been running from this feeling for so longTelling my heart I didn’t need itPretending I was better off aloneBut … Continue reading

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First Running Experience: Women’s Health Athena All Women’s Run

Last Saturday I’ve had my first running experience. I joined the first ever Women’s Health Athena All Women Run at the SM Mall of Asia across IMAX Parking Lot. Assembly time was 5:00 PM. This was my first time so … Continue reading

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So what’s with this Super Moon?

I was tagged with this photo of a moon 13 hours ago by Sir Pom in Facebook. I thought it was just an ordinary shot of a full moon, but as I read this comment “This happens only once every … Continue reading

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Song for the Day: Falling Slowly

I don’t know you But I want you All the more for that Words fall through meAnd always fool meAnd I can’t reactAnd games that never amountTo more than they’re meantWill play themselves out Take this sinking boat and point … Continue reading

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You Really Can Never Tell..

Today Japan was slammed by a magnitude of 8.9 offshore quake which unleashes a 23-foot tsunami and was followed for hours by more than 50 aftershocks. We all had goosebumps running when we first heard of it and the feeling of … Continue reading

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