Friday, December 30, 2011

For Sale Developed Farmland Property Overlooking San Fabian Beach



For Sale Developed Farmland Property Overlooking San Fabian Beach

350 per square meter

3 separate titles: (owned by relatives)

(1)16,260 square meters plus 3M (developed area with rest house, patio, basketball court, etc) -totaling to 8M

(2)27,169 square meters

(3)5,477 square meters


*45 minutes away from Baguio City via Marcos Highway

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Friday, December 23, 2011

Wordless Wednesday - A Christmas Image From Our Town

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Friday, December 2, 2011

Skywatch Friday - Ricefield On A Hill

Skywatch
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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Cyber Monday Deals On Target, Walmart, Best Buy and others



Thanksgiving Day has passed and a huge crowd of shoppers have been in eager anticipation to go to the malls to get the best deals at a fraction of a price buying toys, gadgets, dvd's, books and much more, in the preparation for Christmas gift-giving.

What is the fuss all about? Why, Black Friday, the day immediately following Thanksgiving Day in the US! Traditionally, the day after Thanksgiving used to mean one thing for retailers: it was the first day in the lengthy retailing calendar where a store could make enough money [move merchandise] to see yearly losses [for bookkeeping purposes represented by the color red] turn into gains [represented by the color black]. It is presumed that all sales completed the whole year were done at a loss until that one big day, Black Friday, whereby enough merchandise is sold to reverse course and to begin to turn a profit for the year.

These days, since the yearly Black Friday shopping sprees that considerably tire the buyers, people don’t rely on just one day, even though the news reports still declare that the day after Thanksgiving is so important to them. In reality, retailers have long since spread their reliance on Black Friday further out; now it is an entire week beginning what they call Cyber Monday that gives the retailers time to assess their decisions to buy.

So missing Black Friday is no biggie, you can still rely on Cyber Monday Deals to help you out!

A few picks from the most sought after products:

Shop Amazon's Holiday Toy List

Shop Amazon's Christmas Corner - Holiday decor, tableware, and entertainmentShop Amazon's Gift Cards - Perfect Anytime



Friday, November 18, 2011

Friday Fill-ins - November 18

Friday Fillin

Another Friday! I'm playing along now after a long while....



1. As you can see , I've resurrected back from being offline and am now excited again in blogging! Oh, I sure hope this motivation and this zest will keep on, not just seasonal.

2. It sure is Thanksgiving and Christmas again so soon! And my youngest 5-year-old Cupcake will have his birthday this week. I wish it will come through simple but splendid.

3. I love to buy for once, I would love to buy a Kindle Fire or Kindle Touch 3G for myself - and family. To add, I also would love to buy the pupils on our children ministry some Angry Birds thingamajigs - it's the latest fad

4. What could be thoughtful gift(s) this Christmas?

5. What's up with Demi Moore, CGMA, Eva Longoria and the latest people on twitter trends?

6. Sparkles on my fingertips.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to resting, catching up on need sleep, yet I know again I would work work, tomorrow my plans include going around the town proper and our street to solicit donations for my child's pre-school classroom and Sunday, I want to go to church, a visitor from our main satellite is going to preach then!

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Skywatch Friday - Clouds Behind Acacia Tree

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Legos Are Still The Most Purchased For Christmas Gifts



I hold very dear childhood memories of Legos during my formative years in Germany. This was during the early 70's and where Legos were still in their "prehistoric" stage :) just the basic models of houses and buildings in a miniature village. When we moved to the Philippines and I lost most of my Lego pieces (leaving me only with 10), I sadly thought I wouldn't get hold of Legos anymore as replacement for the Lego pieces I missed. Good thing, they were also being sold during the late 80's at Manila's Gift Gate, yet by then I've outgrown my necessity for them. My love for Lego's were again rekindled when my young boys were preschoolers and I thought of buying them some!
Now for some Lego trivia...
Did you know, since the 1950’s Lego’s have been loved by builders of all ages. The founder, carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen started making wooden toys in 1932. He named his company LEGO by combining the Danish words "Leg Got" meaning "play well." He later realized the word LEGO translates into "I put together" in Latin. The name was kismet, foretelling what would be a runaway success.

The plastic interlocking bricks were first produced in 1949. The pieces, still famous today were sold in loose sets of bricks. The toys were released in the United States in the 1960’s, captivating its young audience. LEGOS let kids unleash their imagination by easily building, taking their creations apart and starting the fun all over again.

LEGO then made a revolutionary addition to their popular kits by adding thewheel. Not only did kids build cities, but now they could construct and play with cars, trucks and later trains. Even preschoolers, more concerned with knocking down than building got into the action with the DUPLO product line- especially designed for smaller hands. From vehicles to cities ships and planes LEGO sets became the standard for creative play.

The Lego Group's motto, det bedste er ikke for godt, which means 'only the best is good enough' still rings true today. The sets are long lasting and durable. Where other toys break or become obsolete, LEGOS are passed down from generation to generation adding more colorful bricks to the collection. It is no wonder LEGOS are still popular Christmas gifts.

The LEGO Group continues to thrill its’ fan base. Thousands of sets have been released since the construction hard hats came on the scene including: pirates, space, Vikings, castle, undersea exploration, pirates, wild west and dinosaurs. Movie tie-ins, such as, LEGO Indiana Jones Adventures and LEGO Star Wars, and LEGO SpongeBob are some of the highest selling kits. Now you can even build and program your own robots with LEGO Mindstorms NXT 2.0!
The spirit of LEGO’s even translates into the digital world. A successful video game series has emerged with a number of addictive titles such as LEGO Indiana Jones, LEGO Star WARS, LEGO Batman, and LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean. The LEGO Digital designer software even lets users construct with LEGO bricks on their computer, publish their designs online, then buy the physical bricks to build your creation online. With the classic bricks, and their ability to stay current LEGOS will continue to be a popular Christmas gift for many years to come.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Use Store Coupons To Save Money This Christmas


Save More, Earn More — Use Store Coupons to Save Money on Christmas Gifts

Every parent knows the feeling: Strangers stare at you in the store because your four-year old is shrieking for the latest Lego toy. Nearly all parents, especially moms, have these moments in the toy store. And even if you want to splurge by giving your kids what they want, high-priced commodities remain the greatest battle of all times.

So the idea is to come up with effective solutions that will help you cut on your Christmas shopping bills and still get to provide your family the best.

Among the many solutions available, store coupons from Toys R Us, Sears, Costco, among others seem to be one of the most reliable and effective money-saving solutions available. The only problem is that most people aren't aware of the wonders that store coupons can do for your money. One of the reasons why only a few people see the benefits they can derive from store coupons is that most people see it as a small-time savings.

Come to think of it, it does makes sense. Just imagine what a fraction of a store discount can do in your budget. But you may never realize this — that dollar savings when compiled and accumulated can actually provide you means of buying more expensive items.

Moreover, most people don't see the benefits that store coupons can bring because they don't know where to find them.

To help you out, here are some tips in finding store coupons and saving more.

1. Go online

For coupon lovers, one of the areas that they frequent the most is the Internet. There are so many printable coupons available online. All you have to do is to download them, print, and bring them with you when you do your Christmas shopping.

2. Print

You can always find money-saving printable coupons in newspapers and magazines. More coupons are available in the Sunday newspaper.

3. Rewards

If you are a frequent buyer at a certain store, you can always watch out for its freebies and coupon giveaways.

All of these things boil down to the fact that store coupons aren't temporary freebies. Store coupons aim to help those who want to save more on their Christmas shopping expenses. To see this happening, collect and save more with your store coupons now. Have an enjoyable early Christmas shopping!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Thanks To My October Entrecard Droppers

October went by so fast, and here we are again for last month's top entrecard droppers, yey!



I'm grateful for all you regular droppers on my site, I am also amazed that I got that much regular visitors this month. This excites me to write more posts and gives me that proverbial pat on the back that keeps me going.
Thanks much!

Do visit them too:

Poet @ Jaybern
Technolgy
Business and Marketing
Austin Financial
LinkEducation Guide
Randy Blog
The Domino Guy
Top Travel Destinations
Techno News
Grenada Climate

Monday, October 24, 2011

From Jesus Daily

Love your enemies! -JESUS
Ask and you shall receive! -JESUS
Love God with all your heart! -JESUS
Do not worry about tomorrow! -JESUS
Believe in me and you will be saved! -JESUS
Treat others how you would like to be treated! -JESUS
Like and Share to help others.
Copy/Paste your favorite saying.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Teach Your Child How To Read In 90 Days Book On Ebay.ph

Always a part of my ebay listing is the item, "Teach Your Child How To Read In 90 Days!" which this website promotes.




Did you know that....

eBay was created in September 1995, by a man called Pierre Omidyar, who was living in San Jose. He preferred his site - then called 'AuctionWeb' - to be an online marketplace, and wrote the first code for it in one weekend. The name 'eBay' comes from the domain Omidyar used for his site. His company's name was Echo Bay, and the 'eBay AuctionWeb' was originally just one part of Echo Bay's website at ebay.com. The first thing ever sold on the site was Omidyar's broken laser pointer, which he got $14 for.

The site quickly turned extnsively popular, as sellers came to list a variety of odd things and buyers actually bought them. Relying on trust via the feedback system seemed to work remarkably well, and meant that the site could almost be left alone to run itself. The site had been designed from the start to collect a small fee on each sale, and it was this money that Omidyar used to pay for AuctionWeb's expansion. The fees quickly added up to more than his current salary, and so he decided to quit his job and work on the site full-time. It was at this point, in 1996, that he added the feedback facilities, to let buyers and sellers rate each other and make buying and selling safer.

... and that's my ebay tidbit for the week. Happy Monday!

Friday, September 2, 2011

The Reading Homeschooler Blog Is Here, you are not lost

Yes, that's right. I changed my layout again for the third time. My last one had a great captivating design suited for homeschooling themes. I really loved it and so did my new visitors. However, as I observed that as I write more posts and add more thingamajigs on the sidebar, my blog loads so slow. For that, I neglected posting last August to observe and gain feedback from readers. Yes, 7 out of 10 said my blog loads slow.

Because I love this blog so much in writing personal and family topics, I'm improving it again. It's the best I can do for now :)

Happy September, everyone!


Friday, August 5, 2011

July Top Ten Entrecard Droppers.. A Bunch Of Thanks!

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Much thanks once again to all my entrecard droppers this month of July. I am thankful for the traffic I enjoyed this month. I likewise invite each blogger, especially the new ones, give entrecard a try.. you will gain many visitors guaranteed!

Now to my Top Ten Entrecard Droppers, I reward the linkylove...

Text To Speech

Another Fine Meal

GCHK

JoeTaxpayer

Cafe Japan

Enfotainer

Documentary Post

recipebuzz!

Christina Fong

Sing It Live!




Friday Facebook Follow Week 21 , yay!

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Whoops, I lost the proper URL to Facebook Friday Hop's Website that's why I momentarily wasn't able to join the list. Indeed I missed joining so much! Now I'm glad to participate again as I've found out it's still on. Open to all women, parents or etsy friends on fb and more!


Sunday, July 17, 2011

My Favorite Christian Music From 1994

I've finally done the task of compiling my favorite Christian songs for my MP3 player on my pc. I'm ecstatic to share the songs and I hope my friends would love listening to these songs again from 1994-1996. Enjoy!

In Your Presence by Marty Nystrom

Such Joy

Speak to One Another

As High as the Heavens

Don't Grow Weary

We'll Be Faithful

Broken Spirit

Ever Let It Be

I Love to Be With You

More of You

In Christ Alone



Humming to.. "Such joy... such unspeakable joy.. such peace.. everlasting peace.." :)

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Tendjewberrymud

Let's relax for a moment and read something funny ^_^

I first read this article from a Philippine Star column, and to my surprise it was nominated as the best email of 1999. I still have this clipping in my pack rat box or what you may call "lumang baul"

For the sake of those who've never read it yet, here you are; for those who've read it before, let's laugh again!


"Tendjewberrymud"

It's amazing, you will understand the above word by the end of the conversation. Read aloud for best results. Be warned, you're may find yourself talking "funny" for a while after reading this.


The following is a telephone exchange between a hotel guest and room-service at a hotel in Asia, which was recorded and published in the Far East Economic Review.

Room Service (RS): "Morny. Ruin sorbees"

Guest (G): "Sorry, I thought I dialled room-service"

RS: "Rye..Ruin sorbees..morny! Djewish to odor sunteen??"

G: "Uh..yes..I'd like some bacon and eggs"

RS: "Ow July den?"

G: "What??"

RS: "Ow July den?...pry, boy, pooch?"

G : "Oh, the eggs! How do I like them? Sorry, scrambled
please."

RS: "Ow July dee bayhcem...crease?"

G: "Crisp will be fine."

RS: "Hokay. An San tos?"

G: "What?"

RS: "San tos. July San tos?"

G: "I don't think so"

RS: "No? Judo one toes??"

G: "I feel really bad about this, but I don't know what 'judo one
toes' means."

RS: "Toes! toes!...why djew Don Juan toes? Ow bow singlish mopping
we bother?"

G: "English muffin!! I've got it! You were saying 'Toast.' Fine.
Yes, an English muffin will be fine."

RS: "We bother?"

G: "No..just put the bother on the side."

RS: "Wad?"

G: "I mean butter...just put it on the side."

RS: "Copy?"

G: "Sorry?"

RS: "Copy...tea...mill?"

G: "Yes. Coffee please, and that's all."

RS: "One Minnie. Ass ruin torino fee, strangle ache, crease
baychem, tossy singlish mopping we bother honey sigh, and
copy....rye??"

G: "Whatever you say"

RS: "Tendjewberrymud"

G: "You're welcome"

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Vermiculture How-To: A New Venture

Finally I can write my article on vermiculture composting, which I should have done in February when I started the regular habit of gathering compost materials. I've had this blog entry put on hold due to the long wait for the red wrigglers . Without those, this article would have served no purpose. And so, here I am :)
Since our town felt the brunt of Mother Nature from previous typhoons over the years - with unforgettable names such as Cosme, Pepeng and Juan - I began to think of small ways in helping save our planet. I believe that if each small earth-saving practice is done in every home, we can contribute largely to our earth's improvement. One way is proper waste disposal of our green materials which include fruit and vegetable peels and other scraps to prepare compost and/or compost food for the red wrigglers (African Nightcrawlers) Here is my simple step-by-step process:
We will need...


1.Green materials such as fruit and vegetable peels (limiting citrus peels), fresh grass, cow manure. These green materials are usually green or colorful and wet. They provide the nitrogen of the compost to grow and reproduce more organisms to oxidize the carbon.
2. Brown materials such as wood shavings, sawdust or dried banana leaves. These provide the carbon content of the compost.
The ratio suggested for the compost is one part nitrogen and 30 parts carbon (1:30) to keep the balance. Weighing the materials is necessary to get the right mix.
These are the green materials which we get from the market...

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... adding also some from the kitchen scraps we have at home.
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These are the brown materials: wood shavings we can get from the nearby furniture shop. We take extra care to remove sharp edges and nails from the pile before we mix them in.
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Occasionally, we add torn scraps of paper...

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(...hehe, that's me right there, mixing the greens and browns. This is the "tough" part as my vegetable vendor-friend at the market would grimace whenever I pick-up their market scraps. )
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Important: After mixing them thoroughly, don't forget to pour right amount of water on the mix to speed up decomposition. Add some decomposed mixture if you have some .

After mixing, tie the sack tight enough, place a plastic mat or tarp underneath to keep them ants away. Wait for 2 weeks to decompose.

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Eventually it's best to keep the sacks under the shade away from heat and sunlight. Occasionally, within the two-week span, open the sacks from time to time for proper aeration.
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Monday, July 4, 2011

Make Money Monday - RevTwt

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Friday, July 1, 2011

Skywatch Friday - Afternoon Clouds

Skywatch

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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Entrecard Top Ten Droppers For June


Made it again! Survived the competitive world of entrecard dropping! :D
I'm all the more glad that I've had plenty of regular droppers on my blog this month of June.

Thanks to every visitor for keeping me company and in a lot of ways helped me reach my PR2 this month. Oh yes! That is indeed a surprise for me and I'm celebrating this small achievement now! :)

Now my special thanks goes to the following:

Lion-CC-Autos

Enfotainer

Cafe Japan

Sing It Live

Free Blogspot Blogtemplates

Documentary Post

Movies Infohunt

J5Games

Local Brown

Joe Taxpayer




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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Our Second Batch Of Red Wrigglers From The Municipal Agriculture

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Woo-hoo! We are blessed!

Just this morning, brought about by some drive in me, I was anxious to get to the bottom of this so-called "irregular government practices" that we thought of giving it a go again and visit the local agriculture departments. I can't really say for certain about the issue as we only got second-hand information that agriculture LGUs have no red wrigglers or worms for composting.

So there, without further plans and just a spur-of-the-moment visit, hubby and I went back to all those LGUs and requested for what we need, even planning to negotiate on purchasing just half a kilo of the red wrigglers if we get disapproved.

First stop was the neighboring town's agriculture office. Sad, they closed by 2:00 PM because they simply had to leave early. "Your taxes are working for you" rang in my head.

So we went to our own local agriculture department next. It was quite a surprise really, the department head and all employees were in today on a Friday! Apparently it's their salary day, and good for us, they were so generous! The head of agriculture was kind to write us a note of approval so we can pick-up our "first" batch of red wrigglers (African Night crawlers). He approved our request for 30 pieces. And when we got to the Municipal Nursery we were given much more, around 50! Now that is surprising!

I am just as excited to try my hand in this vermiculture business by beginning small. I'm still considering it as an experiment if we can make them grow and multiply sooner. Once again, I will keep you greenie folks posted with my worm composting how to articles.


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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Sepia Saturday #1 - Pre-school Graduation Photo

Just came across this new meme I found, and I think it's very timely that I had a good laugh this week when our pre-school and elementary graduation photos from 1978 and 1984 were shared online in preparation for our alumni homecoming this December.

This photo was taken when I was 6 years old, March 1978.

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This is my Sepia Saturday post and my first! Find more at Sepia Saturday 80

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Malunggay Farm Development - Moringa Drumstick Seeds

Hurray! We now have moringa seeds for sale!
We harvested the moringa seeds before summer ended and before the early rain and predators would harm the moringa drumsticks.
LinkThese moringa seeds for sale are now mature enough with 99 percent germination. We are now keeping them intact, and away from molds and insects in a finely woven sack to keep them dry.
I've posted our ads selling moringa oleifera seeds at Sulit.com.ph, Olx.com.ph, Ebay.ph and even Facebook's Marketplace. Looking for more, have you any to suggest?
Moringa Oleifera Drumstick Seeds For Sale
10pcs - 38.00
20 pcs- 76.00

50 pcs- 150.00

100 pcs - 300.00

Ships nationwide Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao
Shipment fee for less than one kilo - Php120.00 shipped via OCS/JRS
International orders negotiable


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Sunday, June 19, 2011

Techie Wannabe - How To Create A Networked Blog Page For Your Blog

More again of my Techie Wannabe series of posts. This time I'm featuring a step-by-step process of creating a networked blog page.

1. Go to http://www.networkedblogs.com/
and just click on that Add Your Blog button, as below.

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Clicking on that button will lead you to http://apps.facebook.com/blognetworks/

2. Next, click on Register a Blog

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Here, registering your blog will lead you to http://apps.facebook.com/blognetworks/editblog.php

3. Next, simply fill out the form as below. Choose search tags and write your blog description to help people find your blog on Facebook :

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4. Confirm that you are the owner of the blog by clicking on Yes

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5. Now you need to verify ownership of your blog. You can ask friends to verify you, or you can use widget to verify ownership (second one is better). Indeed, technical skills are required. No worries, it's easy.

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6. Choose Install Widget to get to the next step.

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7. Copy the html code given for your blogspot/wordpress blog and install the widget on your blog. This step is necessary to claim your blog as your own. Remember to click Verify Widget right after.


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8. You will get to this page below. Next click on Set up Syndication to make sure that your blog is syndicated properly.


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9. From there you can syndicate your blog to your own Facebook profile. Click on Add Facebook Target. More syndication targets will be introduced, choose ones that may apply to your need. When done, click Close.

So there you are!


Indeed, Facebook has become an everyday habit to log onto for many tech-savvy people, that is why we bloggers who are on facebook can now easily share our posts - without the extra tweaks- to our friends and readers. Enjoy!


Happy Father's Day To All Fathers All Over The World

June is the month we celebrate Father's Day. This year 2011, the day falls on June 19.

Father's Day marks fatherhood to honor and commemorate our fathers and forefathers. It is a great time to let your father know you haven't forgotten him and also show him how much you value and respect him.

I personally cannot relate that much, having lost my father at a very young age. I have not known a father's love and protection. Thankfully, though, I have had uncles on my mother's side show me somehow how a father supports, guides and cares for his children. Yet often I wondered what my father's love really is, if he had lived long enough.

Many years in Father's Day celebrations later, I realize that indeed God's love as our Almighty Father is more than the love our earthly father ever could give. It really is amazing to know that God fills the emptiness of having grown up with no father or even with a distant father.

To all fathers, here is our Almighty Father's example. Happy Father's Day to you all!



Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Our First Batch Of Red Wrigglers

Finally, after months of waiting, we got our first half-fistful batch of red wrigglers (African Night Crawlers). About 10-15 worms, I just hope! :)

They are not a lot, but we heard they can multiply as much as 3 times a day or so, we'll see.And I'm just excited to begin feeding them the compost I've been preparing for a long time!

Why it took so long, it seems that despite the vast quantity of the red wrigglers at the local agriculture department in town and in the nearby red wriggler farms, there were no red wriggler worms for sale. Up to this time I also wonder why. But oh my, I'm just ecstatic to have our first batch!

So here they are quietly in this improvised vermiculture bin made out of a used biscuit pail - courtesy of my hubby. Hubby also placed a fine mesh cloth at the bottom and on the cover so they wouldn't escape.

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We are being extra careful with them because these red wrigglers supposedly cost 500-800 pesos a kilo, depending where the red wriggler farm is located.

What a relief to go onto the next level! In the meantime, will keep you posted, my greenie folks ;)

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Thursday, June 9, 2011

Skywatch Friday - Sunny Skies At Hidden Rock Farm Resort

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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Wordless Wednesday - This Downy Fabric Softener Model

W O R D L E S S W E D N E S D A Y



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Monday, June 6, 2011

Meet Me On Monday



1. What is was the last piece of candy that you ate?

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Safari Chocolate Bar is as good as the well-known chocolate candy bars but costs less.

2. Do you "read" in the bathroom?
Nope. Not my thing anymore.

3. I can't stand when someone _________?



Lies about a story. Especially if I know exactly what really happened because I was also
there, and the person lying maybe "forgot" that I know the truth and ignores me to just continue with his/her story.

I am always for the truth, no matter how ugly or unbecoming the truth is, I believe that someone should just tell the truth. It will make all things better in the very end.

Now you got in my thoughts there, Hannibal Lecter :)

4. Do you do daily, weekly or monthly grocery shopping?
Weekly,preferably. We used to grocery shop daily this last summer, but
now that school has officially begun and we are busy, weekly shopping is imperative.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Skywatch Friday

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