Today, I receive all God’s love for me. Today, I open myself to the unbounded, limitless, overflowing abundance of God’s Universe. Today, I open myself to your Blessings, healing and miracles.Today, I open myself to God’s Word so that I become more like Jesus Everyday. Today, I proclaim that I’m God’s Beloved, I’m God’s Servant, I’m God’s powerful champion, And because I am blessed, I will bless the world, In Jesus Name, Amen.

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RUPTURED BRAIN ANEURYSM: Living with a Broken Brain

RUPTURED BRAIN ANEURYSM: Living with a Broken Brain. A unique insight into the fragility of the extraordinary human brain. A true st...

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

EAT BULAGA! INDONESIA


Congratulations to EAT BULAGA! INDONESIA! The first ever international Franchise of Eat Bulaga. Yes, ka berks! The longest-running variety show in the Philippines premiered in Indonesia last July 16, 2012 at around 4 p.m. over Surya Citra Televisi or SCTV. Here are some video clips that went viral.

Sosyal na ang Pinoy inaangkat na ang ating TV show! Unlike before na tayo ang umaangkat mula Korea, ng telenovela!

More power to Eat Bulaga Philippines! 

OPENING THEME
PINOY HENYO ERR...INDONESIA'S GENIUS
JUAN FOR ALL


JOSE,WALLY AND PAOLO COUNTERPARTS


Tuesday, July 17, 2012

FREE JAMBA JUICE SMOOTHIES:Join and Win


FREE JAMBA JUICE SMOOTHIES:Join and Win
Guimaras National Mango Research Institute gets five pesos from Jamba Juice Philippines for every cup you order on Jamba Juice' Four Featured Smoothies that incorporate Guimaras Mangoes, arguably the best in the world!

The Four Featured Mango Smoothies are the following:
  1.  Mango-a-go-go
  2.  Peach Perfection
  3.  Mega Mango
  4.  Five Fruit Frenzy.
Jamba Juice Philippines, with the support of Jamba Juice CEO James D. White, has forged a partnership with the Bureau of Plant Industry-Guimaras National Mango Research and Development Center (BPI-GNMRDC). They are currently working together to support the local industry and the community that cultivate what most likely is the best mango in the world.


So to those fitness buff out there! You could include drinking the 4 Featured Smoothies to your advocacy. It is not only your body that became fit but also the mangoes in Guimaras, right? Gimme 5 for Guimaras buddy!

Since Jamba Juice has a very good advocacy we decided to try the Four Featured Smoothies at one of their branches. 


Here are the pictures of what we bought:
 
                 Five Fruit Frenzy                              Mega Mango                           Peach Perfection

My brother www.yummy-tales.blogspot.com had for himself Five Fruit Frenzy. His girlfriend www.beyondbento.blogspot.com had Mega Mango. We shared Peach Perfection. And last but not the least Mango-a-go-go for me.

I really really love the smoothies most especially the Mango-a-go-go! Blended to perfection it so delicious!

Go Check out those Four Featured Smoothies drinks at any Jamba Juice Store Locations below:
  • Fort Bonifacio
  • Mall of Asia 
  • Alabang Town Center
Added Bonus: Travel on a Shoestring is giving away to Seven (7) Lucky Individuals 2  Smoothies each. The lucky winners will get to enjoy with their date or family any two of the Four Featured Mango Smoothies at Jamba Juice. To be claimed and use on July 20, 2012 only. Please don't join if you can't make it on the 20th so I could give the slot to other people. Thank you!

Namaste!

God bless and smile!

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UNIQLO AIRism Sale!


We all have heard, saw and even some of you had witness UNIQLO's successful grand opening where huge crowds of avid shoppers wanted to get inside the very first UNIQLO store in the Philippines. Yes, we are all curious, what is so special about Uniqlo that everybody went gaga over it! 

I remember my friend Joyce who shop nothing but Uniqlo when she went to Japan. And then again another friend, earlier this year A & and her friend B stayed in HK for 4 days and 3 nights and they did nothing but to shop at Uniqlo Hongkong.

So when Uniqlo opened its door at SM MOA I was so curious as to why everybody loves Uniqlo. My friend S spent a whole day buying UNIQLO items on its first day of opening here in the Philippines

I learned that UNIQLO offers new conventional wisdom to Filipinos regarding what to wear when it’s hot, and it’s not “Remove clothes” but it’s actually about “Putting on AIRism”.

UNIQLO announces today to Filipinos its most recent promo offer for its “AIRism” inner wear line. This means we are in a new age where clothes are getting innovative. And for me, that is good news!

UNIQLO offers new conventional wisdom for hot summer by “AIRism” on SALE!

So, what are you waiting for? Let’s try “AIRism” !

From July 13 up to July 19, 2012 only, UNIQLO products like the AIRism V-Neck Shirt for Men (Regular Price P590) and the AIRism Camisole for Women (Regular Price P590) can be purchased at a really affordable price of P490.



What is AIRism?

“AIRism” is a brand of the functional inner and outer garment line by UNIQLO. Made of breathable “cupro fibers” from Japanese manufacturers Asahi Kasei and micro nylon by Toray Industries, these fiber types possess the unique ability to release heat and to remove moisture and perspiration. AIRism also provides the wearer with utmost comfort despite the heat and humidity, and a soft, soothing feeling that’s light as air. It’s as if you’re wearing nothing—and yet look and feel great.

I would love to try this AIRism!

The AIRism V-Neck T-Shirt for Men is UNIQLO’s popular line of light, cool and comfortable innerwear. It is very light and has ultra-fine fibers that feel soft and smooth on the skin. The special fabric also stretches to fit snugly to the body and quickly absorbs perspiration and neutralizes body odors, so you feel dry and refreshed throughout the day.

The AIRism Camisole for Women also has ultra-fine fibers that are soft, smooth and cool on the skin. It is made of stretchable materials for that body-hugging fit and has air-conditioning and heat-release properties, where each fiber -removes moisture (perspiration) and heat from the body to keep the body dry and feel comfortable.

UNIQLO is a global apparel brand known for its “MADE FOR ALL” philosophy where people express themselves through its unique, yet high quality and fully functional clothing line.

The first UNIQLO store in the Philippines, located at the 2nd Floor, Main Mall of SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City, opened last June 15, 2012. Store hours are from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.


Today's Special Offer:
AIRIsm for Men and Women
July 13-19, 2012

W's AIRism shorts
Promo Price : P290
Regular Price: P390

W's AIRism bra sleeveless top
Promo Price : P790
Regular Price: P990

W's AIRism camisole
Promo Price : P490
Regular Price: P590

W's AIRism bra camisole
Promo Price : P790
Regular Price: P990

W's AIRism scoop neck T shirt(S)
Promo Price : P490
Regular Price: P590

W's AIRism UV cut crew neck T-shir(L)
Promo Price : P590
Regular Price: P790

W's AIRism padded camisole
Promo Price : P590
Regular Price: P790

W's AIRism padded bra camisole
Promo Price : P790
Regular Price: P990

For more product option, please see this link
http://www.uniqlo.com/ph/product/women/loungewearunderwear/airism

AIRism V neck s/slv T shirt
Promo Price: P490
RegularPrice: P590

AIRism dry boxer briefs
Promo Price: P490
RegularPrice: P590

AIRism boxer briefs
Promo Price: P490
RegularPrice:P590

AIRism dry crew neck S/Slv T shirt
Promo Price: P490
RegularPrice: P590

AIRism sleeveless T shirt
Promo Price: P490
RegularPrice: P590

Per DTI NCER Permit # A1-0536 Series of 2012

About UNIQLO and Fast Retailing

UNIQLO is a brand of Fast Retailing Co. (FR), a leading global Japanese retail holding company that designs, manufactures and sells clothing under five brands: Comptoir des Cotonniers, g.u., Princesse tam.tam, Theory, and UNIQLO. With global sales of 820 billion yen for the 2011 fiscal year ending August 31, 2011, FR is the world’s fourth largest apparel retail company and UNIQLO is Japan’s leading specialty retailer.
Today UNIQLO has more than 1,100 stores worldwide, namely in the U.S., U.K, France, Russia, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Korea, as well as Japan. UNIQLO continues to open large-scale stores in some of the world’s most important cities and locations, as part of its ongoing efforts to solidify its status as a truly global brand. UNIQLO operates an integrated business model under which it designs, manufactures, markets, and sells high-quality, casual apparel in line with its ‘Made for All’ philosophy.

With a corporate statement committed to changing clothes, changing conventional wisdom and change the world, FR is dedicated to creating great clothing with new and unique value to enrich the lives of people everywhere.

For more information about UNIQLO and other FR group companies, please visit www.uniqlo.com or www.fastretailing.com

P.S. Some of this item may no longer be available kindly check with the staff of Uniqlo.

I am not in any way connected with UNIQLO. I would want for myself an AIRism! Ha ha ha! Yes, my birthday is coming up! 


Monday, July 16, 2012

ACER PHILIPPINES PROMO: Tweet and Win Tickets to the DARK KNIGHT RISES


ACER PHILIPPINES PROMO: Tweet and Win Tickets to the DARK KNIGHT RISES
 
Open to all Filipino residents in Metro Manila, Metro Cebu and Metro Davao. Other Filipinos who lives in another city could join but they have to pay for their own transportation. :-)

Wooooooooooooot! Mga ka Tweeter! Rejoice and Join!

I can't believe the luck of the Pinoys! Acer Phils. launches Twitter campaign for “The Dark Knight Rises”.

All you have to do is Tweet and get a chance to win special premiere tickets to one of the most awaited movie blockbusters of the year—“The Dark Knight Rises.”

This latest movie is labeled as the epic conclusion to the “Dark Knight” film series of director Christopher Nolan, which started with “Batman Begins” back in 2005 and “The Dark Knight” in 2008.

Acer Philippines, Inc., the local office of one of the world’s most trusted computer brands, is happy to announce that it will give away movie tickets to Manila, Cebu and Davao residents.  

What:   “The Dark Knight Rises” premiere 
When:  July 19, 2012 
Where: Glorietta in Manila and at SM Cebu and Abreeza Mall in Davao on July 20, 2012. Screening starts at 7PM.

Mechanics:
  1. Participants just need to follow the Acer Philippines Twitter account by tagging (@AcerPhils) and hashtag #BahalaNaSiBatman to be able to join the raffle and win tickets. Only one entry per person is allowed and can win only one pair of tickets. 
  2. After following the Acer Philippines Twitter account, simply tweet a message relating to Acer Philippines and “The Dark Knight Rises” movie to be able to qualify. 
  3. In their tweet, users should indicate their location. For example, tweeters from Manila should indicate “#MNL” while for Cebu, it’s “#CBU” and “#DVO” for Davao. Followers will then be contacted by the agency for complete registration details.
There will be Twenty Five (25) pairs of tickets up for grabs for lucky tweeters in Manila, Cebu and Davao.  Promo will run from July 12 until July 16.

Visit the Acer Philippines Facebook page (www.facebook.com/AcerPH) or Twitter (twitter.com/acerphils) for more details.


About Acer

Since its founding in 1976, Acer has broken barriers between people and technology, enabling users to explore, create and grow. Acer ranks No. 2 for notebook PCs globally (Gartner data 2011). The Acer Group employs 8,000 people across the globe, and revenues for 2011 reached US$15.7 billion. 

Acer’s channel business model is instrumental to the company's success, while its multi-brand approach integrates Acer, Gateway, and Packard Bell brands in worldwide markets. Acer designs environmentally friendly products and, with its vendors, has established a green supply chain. 
Acer is proud to be a Worldwide Partner of the Olympic Movement. That includes supporting the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games and London 2012 Olympic Games. 
More information is at www.acer-group.com.


Sunday, July 15, 2012

DOLPHY: Brought to Final Resting Place


Dolphy brought to final resting place 

Zsa-Zsa's message to Dolphy: "Till We Meet Again Lovey!" :')
 To Mang Dolphy who made a lot of Filipinos happy. #RIP. Rest in Peace.
 We will be forever grateful for the laughter. We love you dearly and would never forget you.
 
 Eternal Rest grant unto Mang Dolphy O Lord and may eternal Light shine upon him. May Mang Dolphy Rest in Peace. Amen


Casket is closed.

 
Photo Source : Sandra Aguinaldo and ANC


MARRIOT CAFE: Flavors of Asia


 
Yummy Cha Gio! Flavors of Asia at its best!




RUPTURED BRAIN ANEURYSM: Living with a Broken Brain


RUPTURED BRAIN ANEURYSM: Living with a Broken Brain.



A unique insight into the fragility of the extraordinary human brain. A true story. A detailed account of a Ruptured Brain Aneurysm Survivor.


It's been a year and a half now since I was operated on Ruptured Brain Aneurysm. If you are a new follower of this site or only knew my name and don't know me personally, I guess you don't have an inkling that I am a Ruptured Brain Aneurysm Survivor. 

Before I was operated on, the only time I've heard the word "aneurysm" was when the Philippines Action Legend Fernando Poe Jr. (FPJ) suffered from a ruptured Brain Aneurysm and died. Since I am not really into showbiz and medicine, back then, I never bothered to Google the word.

That time, I was not aware that brain aneurysm can exist in the brain without exhibiting any outward symptoms and go undetected until it ruptures.




According to my neurosurgeon, the word "aneurysm" comes from the Greek word aneurysma (ana, meaning across, and eurys, meaning broad) and denotes an abnormal dilatation of an artery.

Please take note that a strong clinical suspicion of aneurysm may be validated by the use of several diagnostic studies such as the following:


  • computed tomography (CT) scanning 
  • lumbar puncture 
  • Magnetic resonance angiogram (MRA) 
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) 
  • cerebral angiography.
When my brother and I got back home to the Philippines from our New Year vacation in Thailand and Malaysia the rupture occurred . Home for me, is in a province in the Philippines, where my only companion is only one staff in our store. You see, my parents had died already so I am living all alone in our store/ home in the province.

Previous to that fateful day, I already had been having bad headaches over the previous one or two years. I thought it was only due to migraine or my eyesight because I was nearsighted. So, I usually sleep and wait for the headache to go away. But one day, the pain suddenly became horrendous, it won't go away even after drinking paracetamol and sleeping all day.

Even with a big headache, I still have to oversee our store. So after putting a heater on a pail of water. I went down to our store. Completely forgetting about the heater on the water. At around 5 p.m. I decided to take a bath, and remove the heater which was submerged on the water for several hours already. Don't get me wrong we have a shower but we don't have hot water function on our shower in the province where we are only renting. This is one of my dilemma but this is another story.


I carried the super hot pail of water inside the bathroom and that was the last thing that I remember. Yes I lost consciousness, the doctors think, I might have hit my left eye on the toilet bowl or sink. Why they thought so? I have a big round black eye on my left eye when I was brought in the hospital. And in the process, submerged my left thigh in the pail of hot water, resulting to a second degree burn on my left thigh. I wanted to publicized the picture but it is gruesome. Some of you might puke so I did not push through with the idea.

When I regained consciousness, I was lying down in the bathroom floor tiles. I felt an incredible pressure on my head and began vomiting. I can't even reach for the bathroom door knob. I don't think I have a voice. I think, I called out for help, but my staff could not hear me. I really don't know how I manage to stand up and open the door and went to my bed. A good ten meters away from the bathroom. Maybe God sent his angels and helped me.

I felt so ill, I couldn’t bear to speak and even the rustle of sheets caused me pain and I had a hard time concentrating or understanding what the other people were saying. In my failing consciousness, I texted my brother in Manila and he instructed me to text my cousin who live nearby. By the time a cousin drove me to the clinic in our town thirteen hours had passed already. I was drifting in and out of consciousness and vomiting uncontrollably. I was diagnosed with aneurysm and was within a few hours of death. So my cousin brought me to the Hospital in Legazpi Albay. ( Gosh, that is where my mama died :-( sniff !) The doctors said to my staff and cousin that I am so lucky. The doctors think I am a miracle because I am still alive even if it took my cousin thirteen hours before he responded and brought me to the clinic then eventually to the hospital. Then the doctor recited the statistics to them.

"She is so strong! We couldn't believe that she's still alive!"- This is what the doctors had told my cousin and staff. They then perform ct scan, blood test and inject pain reliever every now and then. They also injected medicines to prevent shock and convulsion. And they also put me on oxygen.



Unfortunately, the doctors in the province don't have the necessary machine and modern skills to operate on me, they cannot give an assurance to my elder brother that I would come out alive after the operation. This was narrated to me by my assistant and my elder brother since during that time. I am already going in and out of consciousness and was suffering from a very bad headache. The pain is no longer tolerable. It is as if somebody, kicked a football straight to my head.

Our eldest brother, who talked with the doctors at the hospital was already resigned with my fate, after hearing the statistics, he thought I have no chance coming out alive but my second elder brother would not hear him out and decided to bring me to Manila.

The three airlines flying the Legazpi to Manila route would not admit me to fly with them because I have an oxygen and I could not stand or sit down.
My brothers then asked helped from my cousin and also from our governor. That is why, two (2) ambulance arrived. One from our town mayor and one from the governor. My brother chose only one of course, and just give gas money to the driver and asked him to thank our mayor on his behalf. You might have thought that it was free, but you are wrong, because my elder brother had to give gas money also to the ambulance drivers and airfare money to the doctor and nurse who accompany us to Manila.

Nevertheless, I want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to the governor of Albay, Governor Joey Salceda, maybe he doesn't know or remember me personally. But I am still thankful po Gov! And also to our town mayor. Thanks po Mrs. Cherry Mella- Sampal.

My neurosurgeon explained that an Aneurysms are swellings on the wall of an artery and are usually congenital, but they can also be the consequence of high blood pressure, often linked to stress or aging. Mine is inborn according to my neurosurgeon. He said I am too young to acquire it from Hypertension. He said I might have been one of those people who was born with aneurysm. We have a time bomb on our head awaiting to explode anytime. The sad thing: We don't know about it.

Smoking or excessive alcohol consumption increase the risk of rupture. I neither smoke nor drink alcoholic beverages. I never smoke a single cigarette in my entire existence and I am not even a social drinker. I drink fruit juices and soda though.



I underwent a three-hour emergency operation, during which, a coil was placed over the artery to stop it from bleeding. I was left with a temporarily blind left eye, the aneurysm had not been easy to access because of its location. Thankfully, I didn’t suffer any brain damage but my a second degree burn on my left thigh hurt like hell. The doctors needed to change the dressing everyday to prevent infection.




I stayed in the hospital for three weeks. I felt unimaginably exhausted and could not connect with the world. I could not tolerate noise! I can imagine how I rattled the doctors and the nurses when they celebrated UST's 400th year right outside my hospital door! Ha ha ha! My assistant and brother told me later that I keep on complaining why the heck are there so many fireworks and noise outside. My assistant said I even asked him to get the name of the nurses so I could file a complaint to the hospital administrators. Ha ha ha!

I also felt isolated, my short-term memory was hopeless and I was so weak I had to learn to walk again, my lower back is so painful, my second degree burn hurts, my left eye was partially blind. Initially, I could only manage several minutes’ exercise at a time, but I persevered and after four months I was walking again.



I then consulted a rehab doctor and underwent physical therapy at a hospital nearby, it was a blessing that my elder brother never ever gave up on me. He patiently bring me to my therapy sessions and wait for me until I finished all of the necessary sessions. I also had several x-rays and different doctor consultations from neurosurgeons, yes with an s because I had two (2), heart specialist, ophthalmologist, rehabilitation doctors, physical therapist.

Although my ruptured brain injury happened a year and a half years ago, I still suffer from the physical and psychological after effects.

Even now, as we sit eating lunch in our house, I suffer from a temporarily blurred left eye, it is like someone had put a white cloud on my left eye, but that is an improvement already because it was blind before. I also have third degree burn on my left thigh which if you will inspect from the outer skin would make you conclude that it was already healed but the sad thing is, it is very painful whenever someone touch it accidentally. Sometimes, my right hand would involuntarily go down even if I wanted it to go up. I also always ending up apologizing whenever I loses the thread of the conversation with other people.


Physically, I look normal. (except for my temporary blurry left eye, which you won't notice.) No one would guess what I've been through. I know that looks are not important. Just like you and everybody else, all I want is to lead a normal life, with normal eyesight on both eyes and maybe to find a husband and start a family. But I guess, that would never happen, because that someone would need to have a very long patience, slow to anger and should love me unconditionally because I would never ever be 100% again according to my neurosurgeon.

I learned that just like with many other ruptured brain aneurysm survivors I am very sensitive. I initially lost my confidence and felt very vulnerable as if a protective layer of skin had been stripped away, I am very sensitive than usual. People often misconstrued me and think I am so bad. Maarte, insecure and other unfounded accusations, they already labelled me with that in the blogger's blind item mill. Now, I know how an actor or actress in the eye of controversy felt. I now empathize with them.

For the first several months after the hemorrhage, I felt I was doing everything in slow-motion. I was terrified of crossing the road and couldn’t cope with noise. My slowness made everyone else seem to be neurotically running around, as if they were in a Charlie Chaplin silent film.

Until today I am not as tolerant as I used to be. Other experiences, however, were incredibly intense and looking at a picture could make me so emotional I’d cry. Imagine how many bucket of tears I shed when my favorite comedian died. I am much more emotional now than I was, before my aneurysm and surgery. I will cry and take offense much more quickly. But unlike other aneurysm survivors who quickly forget why are they crying or why they take offense, I do remember why and how I was wronged. Maybe, that is both a good sign and bad sign, right doc?

I also got depressed, which is very common. I was not as fast as I used to be and couldn’t achieve as much. I used to be an achiever and now I am an underachiever. I believe my I.Q. and E.Q. had dived down.

"Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down".-Oprah Winfrey

Sadly, I lost some friends as we couldn’t connect in the same way. Unfortunately, they don't understand what had happened to me. They can't tolerate whatever I might have said or done. Or maybe they were afraid I might ask for financial help from them.  I really have no idea. So many years of friendship down the drain.  If you needed help and they deserted you, what can you do? Oppps, let me clear myself, I never ever ask nor received anything from her in the past.

As a result of the ruptured brain aneurysm, I also suffered mild aphasia. I can't remember even the simplest things. I have to re-train my brain and it takes time. You can't name simple words, simple objects I've known all my life. It can get frustrating at times. This communications disability that occurs after a brain trauma makes an individual thinks of one word but says another.

I might, for example, wanted to say “white” but actually say “black”. I still say the wrong word sometimes, but luckily I am not too bad. I also had a very slight stutter. I hope they don't notice it.


In addition, I couldn’t cope with some things I used to love, such as going to different places here and abroad alone. During the first several months after my operation. I was totally secluded from the outside world. I couldn't even meet friends in a cafe, as it would be too noisy and crowded. Plus I can't go alone to different places. I had been a great chatterer on the phone, but I was uncomfortable holding a mobile to my ear and tired quickly of talking sometimes I would fall asleep on the phone or when I try singing. I thought I'll gonna die from boredom looking at our ceiling every single day from sunrise until dawn.

I also have a very low immune system, I easily gets sick, when I went to places with a lot of people.

Earlier this year, I started attending blogger events that turned my blog from a travel blog to a food and lifestyle, entertainment and events blog. Some journalists I met on those events, wanted to interview me for TV and print but I beg off. I never wanted to be famous. But on second thought, I might make a documentary on brain aneurysm in the future to help other ruptured brain aneurysm survivors to cope up with their lives. I also wish I could put a support group in the Philippines for ruptured brain aneurysm survivors. I hope the Philippine government provide a FREE brain scan in all hospitals in the Metro if not the whole Philippines to prevent fatality. If this is next to impossible, then I hope that an awareness campaign about aneurysm be launch so people will be aware and prevent loss of lives due to aneurysm.
I think the challenge of talking with other survivors would help me with confidence and I think I will be able to learn much from them. If I hadn’t had ruptured brain aneurysm, I might never stay in the Metro and be an active blogger.

My neurosurgeon asked me to have MRA / MRI within the first six months of my coiling. Since the MRA/MRI results "SAY" that I have a NEW ANEURYSM. My neurosurgeon wanted to perform an angiogram to confirm it, but I have to sign a contract that in case he was able to confirm the aneurysm, he will treat the"aneurysm" right there and then. I beg off, because at that time it was barely six months and we don't have enough money to pay for the second angiogram or coiling if ever the need arises. I have had to give up working at my business, yes up until now I feel bad about it since I own the business and we're still paying for the rent up until now because I still have a lot of inventories and I don't know if anyone would be interested to buy them. We are drained financially from my first operation and I had to earn money and now I had to think of ways how to earn money in order to afford the second angiogram and treatment.

I have good and bad days but I know I don't need people judging me for something which I don't even know. I don't need them to sympathize with me, I just want a little understanding, a little empathy maybe.

It will be a long, long way to go for me and I don't know what the future holds for me and some things will never be the same again.
I hope and pray my other aneurysm won't rupture until I can afford my second operation. From where in God's hands will I get the money? I don't even know yet. I can't work just yet according to my neurosurgeon. How I wish I was someone famous now, because from what I observed, famous people gets free medical treatment. And poor unknown people are entitled to nothing . So sad but true. So Please pray with me, okay? Salamat!
Be thankful that you are alive! For what? As for me, I don't know yet, but I hope God hold my hands and lead the way.

Smile!


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BERSECK: Annabelle Rama Created A Scene at Dolphy's Wake


Annabelle Rama did it again!
What is it with wake that provoke Annabelle Rama? Annabelle Rama created a scene at Comedy King Dolphy's wake.  This time around she went after a tabloid reporter.
If you would still recall, Annabelle Rama also had a fight with Amalia Fuentes at Joey Steven's wake last April 3 at the chapel of Santuario de San Antonio in Forbes Park, Makati. Amalia got mad when Annabelle arrived in Joey's wake in a red dress.




 

 


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