Sunday, May 17, 2009

new song i like

Wala Nang Hahanapin Pa

Mayroon siyang estilong kanya lamang
Ang kanyang pagkababae ang dinadahilan
Pagsubok sa pag-ibig walang katapusan
'Di naman daw nagdududa, naniniguro lang.

Ewan ko ba ngunit kahit ganyan siya,
Minamahal ko siya, wala nang hahanapin pa.
Kahit ano'ng sabihin ng iba, minamahal ko siya,
Wala nang hahanapin pa.

'Di raw nagseselos ngunit nagbibilang
ng oras 'pag ako'y ginagabi
At biglang maamo 'pag may kailangan
'Pag nakuha na ikaw ay itatabi.

Ewan ko ba ngunit kahit ganyan siya,
Minamahal ko siya, wala nang hahanapin pa.
Kahit ano'ng sabihin ng iba, minamahal ko siya,
Wala nang hahanapin pa.

'Di magpapatalo 'pag mayroong alitan.
'Di aamin ng mali, magbabagong isip lang.

Ewan ko ba ngunit kahit ganyan siya,
Sinasamba ko siya,
Minamahal ko pa,
Walang kaduda-duda,
Wala nang hahanapin pa.

wedding colors

yellow + gray =happiness

optimism, cheerfulness and 100% angst free defines yellow. While gray represents sophistication.

why the two? it simply defines the both of us. =)

Friday, May 15, 2009

What happens to balloons ....

"What happens to balloons that fly"
After a helium-filled balloon is released, it rises through the atmosphere at a
little under two metres per second. Both atmospheric pressure and temperature
drop as altitude increases.

The balloon rises to a height of about 28,000 feet (about 8.4 kilometres) over a
period of about 90 minutes. At that altitude the temperature is about 40
degrees C below zero and the balloon has expanded to reach its elastic limit. A
27-centimetre balloon elongates, on average, to about 700% of its original,
uninflated, size before bursting.

Under these high altitude conditions, the balloon actually shatters and
undergoes what is called a "brittle fracture". The resulting pieces of rubber
are about the size of a ten or twenty-cent piece and these float back to earth
and are scatted over a wide area.

The vast majority of balloons will have this fate.
posted by w@wie Sis Ma-Lyn

Wednesday, May 13, 2009


This is a very good article. Those who are still single may learn something fromhere... Those who are already married may take it as a guideline to improve your
marriage & relationship.


During one of our seminars, a woman asked a common question. She said, 'How do I know if I married the right person?' I noticed that there was a large mansitting next to her so I said, 'It depends. Is that your husband?' In allseriousness, she answered 'How do you know?'

Let me answer this question because the chances are good that it's weighing onyour mind.

Here's the answer.
EVERY *relationship has a cycle. In the beginning, you fell in love with yourspouse / partner. You anticipated their call, wanted their touch, and liked their *idiosyncrasies* (unconventional behavior/habit) .

Falling in love with your spouse wasn't hard. In fact, it was a completely natural and spontaneous experience. You didn't have to *DO* anything. That's why it's called 'falling' in love... Because it's happening *TO YOU*.

People in love sometimes say, 'I was swept of my feet.' Think about the imageryof that expression. It implies that you were just standing there; doing nothing,and then something came along and happened *TO YOU*.

Falling in love is easy. It's a passive and spontaneous experience. But after a few years of marriage, the *euphoria* (excitement) of love fades. It's the natural cycle of *EVERY *relationship. Slowly but surely , phone calls become a bother (if they come at all), touch is not always welcome (when it happens), and your spouse's *idiosyncrasies* , instead of being cute, drive you nuts.

The symptoms of this stage vary with every relationship, but if you think about your marriage, you will notice a dramatic difference between the initial stagewhen you were in love and a much duller or even angry subsequent stage.

At this point, you and/or your spouse might start asking, 'Did I marry the rightperson?' And as you and your spouse reflect on the *euphoria* of the love youonce had, you may begin to desire that experience with someone else. This iswhen marriages breakdown. People blame their spouse for their unhappiness andlook outside their marriage for fulfillment.

Extramarital fulfillment comes in all shapes and sizes. Infidelity is the mostobvious. But sometimes people turn to work, a hobby, a friendship, excessive TV, or abusive substances.

But the answer to this dilemma does *NOT* lie outside your marriage. It lieswithin it. I'm not saying that you couldn't fall in love with someone else. Youcould.

And *TEMPORARILY* you'd feel better. But you'd be in the same situation a fewyears later. *Because* (listen carefully to this): *


SUSTAINING love is not a passive or spontaneous experience. It'll *NEVER*justhappen to you. You can't 'find' *LASTING* love. You have to 'make' it day in andday out. That's why we have the __expression 'the labor of love.' Because it takes time, effort, and energy. And most importantly, it takes *WISDOM*. You have to know *WHAT TO DO* to make your marriage work.

Make no mistake about it. Love is *NOT *a mystery. There are specific things you can do (with or without your spouse) to succeed with your marriage. Just as there are physical laws of the universe (such as gravity), there are also laws for relationships. Just as the right diet and exercise program makes you physically stronger, certain habits in your relationship *WILL*make your marriage stronger. It's a direct cause and effect. If you know and apply the laws, the results are predictable. .. you can 'make' love. Love in marriage is indeed a 'decision'.. . *Not*just a feeling.

Remember this always:

'God determines who walks into your life. It is up to you to decide who you letwalk away, who you let stay, and who you refuse to let go.

*** Thanks Sis Madz of w@w for sharing this

Monday, May 11, 2009


May 9
Segovia residence

nothing formal.
just a simple gathering like we wanted.....over a yummy lunch catered by Panache Catering (

so, we will see you on our big day! =)