Joanna Sharon Carreon Peña IV-Faith Mrs. Disonglo
10 Things that make me Happy. =))
1. God- Because He’s always here anytime, anywhere and He never leaves me. He always help me whenever I’m in troubles that makes me Happy and I feel safe.
2. Family- They’re the one who always guiding me and leading me to the right path. They are the one who serve as my inspiration in may everyday life. Without them, I’m nothing. :)
3. FRIENDS- Giving and sharing jokes is our hobby that make me laugh anytime I’m with them. They help me to find a solution in each and every problem.
4. CRUSH- They also serve as my inspiration to study more harder.
5. ANGRY BIRDS- Whenever I saw them, they always making me smile because I really like them. :))
6. FOOD- I really love food especially if it’s chilly, sour and salty. Whenever I’m bored I just eat and have fun.
7. CELLPHONE AND FACEBOOK(TECHNOLOGY)- They’re my hobby, usually if I’m bored. I used to communicate with my friends with the help of technology.
8. C.A.T(Citizenship Advancement Training)- I used to be a discipline person because of C.A.T. It makes me happy during training.
9. MONEY- I used it to buy things that I needed.
10. MY TRUE LOVE- Even though now, I don’t love him the way I love him before, still, whenever I’m with him I’m really happy. :))
150 Angry Birds Fan Art Pieces & Artist Interview
Did you know that the official Angry Birds promotional image was created by a deviant? Here’s a short interview with *Morriperkele as well as 150 awesome Angry Birds fan art pieces created by other deviants!
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There may be sometime that I’m with my friends, I forget about you for a little while, But Every time there’s a blank moment, You Always cross my mind. When will you stop that? who’s fault is it really?. You for always being in my mind, or just me who wants to keep on thinking about you, Its quite the same and I think both sounds Its really my fault. I want to take every chances to be with you. Even just a glance, Or maybe a small talk, I would be happy, I would remember it for the rest of the day, and always and everyday. Its you who keep on doing things that would make me remember, are you doing it on purpose? Or is it just me?.. Really. Forgetting about you is hard, when you’ve given me so much to remember…
Jose Rizal’s Execution, 30 Dec 1896.
This photograph (Fusilamiento de José Rizal) was taken by Manuel Arias Rodriguez, a Spanish creole, and is considered one of the earliest known evidences of documentary photography in the Philippines.
The Book Launch of A Moment in the Sun by John Sayles
John Sayles is an Irish-American author, independent film director, and screenwriter. He has received numerous awards for his works in film and literature. He has authored a number of novels, including The Anarchist’s Convention and Other Stories, Dillinger in Hollywood: New and Selected Short Stories, Los Gusanos, among others. His first published work, a short story on how a trucker became the stuff of American road legend, entitled “I-80 Nebraska,” won an O. Henry Award in 1975. His book Union Dues, which centers on a 17-year-old runaway and his adventures—and misadventures—in the turbulent 60s, was nominated for both a National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award in 1977. Sayles was also awarded the John Steinbeck Award, the John Cassavetes Award, the Ian McLellan Hunter Award, and most notably, Lifetime Achievement by the prestigious Writer’s Guild of America.
This June 25, 2011, the Philippine launch of Sayles’s latest literary endeavor A Moment in the Sun will be held in the Atrium G/L of Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street at 3:00 p.m.
Sayles was recently in the Philippines to shoot and promote his film Amigo, which starred local veteran actors Joel Torre, Bembol Roco, Rio Locsin, and Ronnie Lazaro. During his visit in February 2011 he also gave a talk on the Filipino-American war and premiered his film in various locations around the Philippines, Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street included. His seeming fascination for this historical period is also made evident in his new book A Moment in the Sun, published by McSweeney’s.
Much like his other works, A Moment in the Sun is a sprawling affair; touching on various landmark events in history such as the discovery of gold in the Yukon to racism in North Carolina to the explosion of a battleship in a Cuban harbor—which would lead to the war with Cuba and Spain to America’s eventual colonization of the Philippines. Richly detailed and ambitious—and ultimately successful—in scope, the book’s characters play out the specific points in history that they represent to the hilt.