2. Be Punctual. Be always on time even if others are not. Be there on or before your clock-in time even if it hurts. The people you work with count on you. Do not let them down. If the bosses feel that they can't count on you. It will be easier on their part to… Continue reading How to Survive in America (Part 2)
Time is gold. At least to most people. But there are others. Who spend precious time. Talking about other people. For what? Why are there rumor mongers? Is it because… they have nothing better to do. they think it’s chic. they envy their victim. they are insecure. they have inferiority complex. they think they’re popular… Continue reading Minding Own Business
One advantage of traveling is you get to see other people's culture. True you can read about it. But it's different if you see for yourself. You'll appreciate it more. This was taken in Bacolod, Philippines. In celebration of the Masskara Festival. Before I visited the city, I have read about the Masskara festival. I've… Continue reading Full of Color and Beauty
Some start putting up Christmas decorations after Thanksgiving. At work, simple but lovely decorations are already up! The Christmas tree with candy canes. The one with the big smiley scrubby. A Christmas wreath made from clothes pins. It's the first time I've seen such materials used as a wreath. It's beautiful. Below are other kinds… Continue reading Christmas 2018: On Decorations and Ingenuity
@ 6:26pm on my swing. At the moment. At the patio. In front of a little campfire. The surrounding is dark. Even the sky is dark. The moon can't be seen. I can only see few stars above. All of a sudden. Loud truck horns can be heard. It lasted for how many minutes. There… Continue reading Thanksgiving 2018: On Darkness and Blessings
No work today💃. Rest day! Enjoy your family day everyone. It's time to connect and re-connect to members of your family. I know of a grandpa who went home to his family in another state after 45 years! He said it's time to re-connect with his siblings. Thanks God for all our blessings.
1. Be flexible. If you are not the boss you do not have the luxury of sticking to your plans. At times, even the bosses need to adjust their plans also! And, you can't just do one task only. You need to be multitasking. Everything changes. The schedules. The tasks. You pitch in where… Continue reading How to Survive in America (Part 1)
I hope you don't think you are. I believe no one is a loser. It's all in the mind. And your will. With guts and determination. You can do what you want. You can reach what you dream. Just believe in yourself. And do something. Do not just accept things as they are. Or the… Continue reading Are You A Loser?
At the moment. @ 7:17 pm Arizona time. At the patio. With my fave flowers. The yellow roses. And some pink and peach ones. With my vegetables. The kangkong, the okra. The kamote and yes. The moringa! Not to forget the trees. The orange, the grapefruit and the lemon. There is something nostalgic. About the… Continue reading The “Winter” Fire
Before reaching my golden age I experienced my first snow! I grew up in a tropical country, the Philippines. No snow! My friends in Arizona last year decided to tour me around Sedona, Grand Canyon and Flagstaff just to experience the snow. Pictures below were taken at the Grand Canyon. Me and my friends in… Continue reading My First Snow and the Snowbirds in Arizona