Indeed!

I’ll find some decency to write something read-worthy for the final-curtain-of-the-month (which happens, duh, every end of the month) next time. For now, here’s my Artwork!  Ha ha! This is what 2011 will be for me. Oh good Lord, please help me!

Life is full of second chances.

Our Lord is overflowing with love and grace which is more than enough for anyone’s soul and emptiness.

Check this song out, amazing!!!

Your Grace Is Enough

Great is Your faithfulness oh God
You wrestle with the sinner’s heart
You lead us by still waters and to mercy
And nothing can keep us apart

So remember Your people
Remember Your children
Remember Your promise
Oh God

Your grace is enough
Your grace is enough
Your grace is enough for me

Great is Your love and justice God
You use the weak to lead the strong
You lead us in the song of Your salvation
And all Your people sing along

So remember Your people
Remember Your children
Remember Your promise
Oh God

Your grace is enough
Your grace is enough
Your grace is enough for me [x2]

So remember Your people
Remember Your children
Remember Your promise
Oh God

Your grace is enough
Your grace is enough
Your grace is enough for me

Your grace is enough
Heaven reaching down to us
Your grace is enough for me
God I see your grace is enough
I’m covered in your love
Your grace is enough for me
For me

AMEN!

:)

This Post Belongs to Yesterday

It’s the end of the third week and I feel like I never gave my Best this week (after all the booster that I got). I stressed myself too much on my homework at school, our sort-of-field-work last Wednesday, thus, the focus that I should be giving to the first part of “Data Gathering Week” was never sufficient, in fact, it never reached the hype of enough. Nevertheless, I got really tired with all the stuffs that I never showed attention to for the past few days and just went on it for the last two minutes of the whole scenario.

Although I’m a Mediocre , I tried to do the least that I can on work today: categorize the researches that we got regarding Mindanao Peace, as well as, sorting the audiences responses (so as to say we did something for DG week). At the end of the day, Miss Shane and Sir Rey told us that we’re about to face the lovely Madame M President on Tuesday. We are not allowed to lost the track of time for that. Upon disclosing this matter, I feel the urge of having to go on Field for our DG Week next week (but obviously we can’t, since all the feedback that we need were all collected and all our task will be on-line based *oh curse you cruel internet phase!*).

One more thing I noticed, I lack Discipline over this month of January. And it’s embarrassing, because every sense of the word D, I never possessed. I knew there’s something wrong with me. I sure hope, I won’t be stubborn as to where path our good Lord directs me to go. It’s the New Year for crying out loud, I need some nerves to turn 180 degrees away from the non-sense world. I’ve been given Countless Chances, should I afford to lose it now?

It’s funny how random I can think when I faced these situations. Realizations just went through. Bam!

No Energy, No Love!

We’ve divided ourselves (ISACC Interns) to cover up all that we need to do today:

Mindanao Peace

  • Researching at National Library  — Jandi and I
  • Researching at University of the Philippines — Mayu, Jek and Shels
  • Gathering on-line Documents — Mari

Tax Exemption

  • Researching at Supreme Court and Court of  Tax Appeals — Tolits and Jake

So that’s the way it is.

Jandi and I met up at NatLib earlier to look for facts and information for the MP task.

We’re there for 5 whole hours, cast our attentions to a few theses and books and found some useful data out of them. We decided to categorize it at our own homes to understand (more) what those data meant and where could it be classified.

What we find:

    • brief history of the situation in Mindanao
    • MNLF and ARMM informations
    • current processes of peace talks
    • paradigms for the peace talk developments and so forth

When I finally thought we have the things that we needed, I initiate not to still search for other things that can be useful. And so, we didn’t even bother to go down to Reference Section (we sticked to Filipiniana) and afterward went straight home.

I don’t really comprehend on what’s happening, what to do and what not to do this week. I feel like I got no energy (and no energy equates to no love as per Cj and Suzy of the Big Meal).

Ergo, this one goes for my (energy) Booster:

22 Slaves, obey your earthly masters in everything; and do it, not only when their eye is on you and to curry their favor, but with sincerity of heart and reverence for the Lord. 23 Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, 24 since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving. 25 Anyone who does wrong will be repaid for their wrongs, and there is no favoritism.

~Colossians 3:22-25~

Lezz Go Energize and do Our Best-ests! Cheers!

Give Me a Break

Welcome Data Gathering Week (in our case, Data Sorting ’cause all our needed data has been gathered already)! This will be from today til Wednesday next week.

Early in the morning, we passed the revised OFRs to Miss Shane to have it be edited by Sir Rey, and then we’re left on our own selves again to do what we have to do: Team Audience Research is sorting out (but not the super formal sort-out, we’re just fixing the October to December) data so we can have it printed immediately; Team Cultures (of Mari and Jek; Shels and Jandi) is still typing their edited OFR and Team Field is just being team-field.

Miss S also told us that we need to have additional information about Mindanao Peace (MP) and Supreme Court’s Tax Exemption (SCTE). We got notes straight from the Madame M for the MP task; and I swear, every sense of the word ‘additional’ is what we’re gonna do. And we still got the pending SCTE task. We all planned to do this tomorrow, it needed to be done ASAP.

These just adds up to our tambak assignments in school. I loathe the feeling of doing everything–the school homework (most especially, it’s a messy pile!), doing the added chores and some other stuffs you need to think and get over with– all at once. I’m not whining about the things you’re required to do, it’s just, man, tooooo many to handle (and this is where I go back hating the homework-at-school part)!

Later in the afternoon, Miss S gave us our OFRs with Sir R’s notes on it and I ought to finish editing Audience Research OFR and pass it via email tomorrow–the most abused word I’ll use today.

Anyhow.

Beside all these rush of happenings, sometimes, just getting laid back through it all is what you wanna do. On a second thought, you just can’t! Bam!

01.16; 01.18 to 01.20

First Up, The Party!

Khay’s Lola (Lola Ellen@70)

And some cool shot from the photo booth!

sumo-Solo

Eeez time to go Wild and Wacky! Yeah baby!

sakit ng ulo

sakit ng tiyan

oh, twas FUN!

(excuse-moi for the sudden shift; after the psychedelic party, here we are on the Second Week on our OJT!)

Co-trainee, Mari. She made tampo when I wasn’t able to have photo-op with her last week eh. Here she is, two times!

as well as Dadd (Tolits)

and all the others

our makakalat tables

computer geeks!

and the Hood-looms!

What is up for next week, it should be fun-er! Cheers!

 

Guilty Pleasure

Dear GB,

I will. If you will sing this song to me. Ha ha!

Marry Me – Train

Forever can never be long enough for me
Feel like I’ve had long enough with you
Forget the world now, we won’t let them see
But there’s one thing left to do

Now that the weight has lifted
Love has surely shifted my way

Marry me today and every day
Marry me if I ever get the nerve to say hello in this cafe
Say you will, say you will

Together can never be close enough for me
Feel like I am close enough to you
You wear white and I’ll wear out the words I love you
And you’re beautiful

Now that the wait is over
And love and has finally shown her my way

Marry me today and every day
Marry me if I ever get the nerve to say hello in this cafe
Say you will, say you will

Promise me you’ll always be happy by my side
I promise to sing to you when all the music dies

And marry me today and everyday
Marry me if I ever get the nerve to say hello in this cafe
Say you will, say you will marry me