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The Santo Niño Shrine, one of the 29 presidential rest houses that the late Pres. Ferdinand Marcos had builtSanto Niño, a representation of the infant Jesus Christ, is the patron saint of Leyte. The Sto. Niño Shrine and Heritage Museum is located at Real St. It is considered the number 1 tourist spot in Tacloban because of its association with Imelda. Entrance Php 200 minimum (per 5 persons) and an additional of Php20 exceeding 5 persons. An additional Php30 for the use of camera and Php200 for video cameras. Open daily from 8am to 5pm. For bookings and information, call (053) 321-9775.

 

Madonna of Japan, also well-known as Maria Kannon, was a endowment from the Japanese people to the Philippines as a symbol of peace and companionship between the two countries. As expected, it is also referred to as the sculpture of the Goddess of Peace. The picture stands on a rock amidst a landscaped garden. Tall trees and pretty flowering plants can be seen within the park along with tangible benches where one can sit, pray and reflect. But young locals have turned this sacred place into a lover’s lane.

 

The Goddess of PeaceONE OF THE LANDMARKS OF TACLOBAN AND PART OF ITS HISTORY. IT USED TO BE AN OLD LIGHT HOUSE..

One of the historical tourist attractions in Tacloban City, Balyuan Tower attracts many tourists and local residents because of its historic value. According to some historians, early people in the city, use Balyuan Tower as a lighthouse so all of the residents will be warned of dangers and threats. At present, residents and officials in the city use this place to hold special gatherings or celebrations that feature attractive and interesting cultural presentations and spots events since Balyuan Tower has a state-of-the-art and well-maintained amphitheater.

Ang Price Mansion

Ang Price Mansion ay ginamit na pansamantalang pamahalaan alinsunod sa proklamasyon ng restorasyon ng civil na pamahalaan ng pilipinas. Ito rin ay nagsilbi bilang tanggapan ni General Douglas MacAthur noong World War II.

Sa ngayon, and Price Mansion ay pagaari ng College Assurance Plan na patuloy na tinatangkilik ang makasaysayang lugar at kultura. Ang Price Mansion ngayon ay ang itinatyuan ng opisina ng CAP, Tacloban City. Walang masyadong ginawang pagbabago sa gusaling ito, ang orihinal na arkitektura ay nasa magandang preserbasyon pa rin.

Itinatampok ng Price Mansion ang memorabilia ni MacArthur, ang sining na galleria, at ang sentro ng conperensya. Sa kanan nga mansion, harapan ng Romualdez street ay ang istatua ni McArthur at Osmeña- dalawang personalidad ng Leyte Landing noong 1944, isang palatandaan ng digmaan sa Leyte at ng paglaya ng Pilipinas sa mga Hapon.

Ang Istatua ni MacArthur at ni Osmeña

Turnover Ceremony

Noong October 23, 1944, Ibinalik ni General Douglas MacArthur ang Philippine Commonwealth ng Tacloban kasama si Pangulong Sergio Osmeña.

Sa puntong ito, ang Tacloban ay naging punong tanggapan ng liberasyong sundalo ng Estados Unidos at ang Upuan ng pamahalaan ng Commonwealth ng Pilipinas.

Sa ngayon, ang istatua ni MacArthur at Osmeña, mataas na itinayo kasama ang opisina ng CAP Tacloban (dating Price Mansion), ay naging ispirasyon ng kasaysayan nang iprinoklema ni General Douglas MacArthur ang pagpapatuloy ng Constitutional Government sa kamay ni Pangulong Sergio Osmeña. Ito ay isinilbing alaala at representasyon ng debosyon ng malayang proceso at istruktura.

Sino si Walter Scott Price?

Walter Scott PriceSi Walter Scott Price ay isinilang sa Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Sa 17 taong gulang, pumasok siya sa U.S. Army at sa 21 taong gulang ay ipinalaga siya sa Pilipinas noong pagsimula ng digmaang Spanish-American. Ang katapusan niyang misyon bago nakuha ang pagtatapos sa army matapos ang digmaan noong 1901 ay nakilala at pinakasalan niya si Simeona Kalingag, isang Caviteña noong January 1, 1901, bilang isang negosyante, nakita niya ang potential na makapagsimula ng negosyo. Nagdesisyon siya na manirahan sa Tacloban, Leyte at sinimulan niya ang Leyte Transportation Company, Limited (Letranco) at ang Bazar Gran Capitan, sa ibang aspeto ng negosyo.

Sa walang oras, Walter Scott Price ay nagtagumpay sa kanyang negosyo at naging prominenteng mayamang tao. Naging masaya siya sa pagiging mayaman at hindi nahiya sa kanyang pinaghirapang tagumpay. Nagtayo si Price ng isang engrandeng mansion sa Tacloban at sa distrito ng Paco sa Manila para sa kanyang asawa at sa kanyang pitong lumalaking anak (Sa katunayan, si Mrs. Price ay nanganak ng 18 na sanggol pero 11 lang ang nabuhay). Dahil sa kanyang mga mansion ay naging popular siya dahil maraming mga kasiyahan ang nangyayari dito tulad ng mga pagtitipon, political man o lokal.

Si Walter Scott Price ay binansagang “Hari ng Leyte”. 6 na talampakang taas, lahat 225 lbs., at laging magara ang kanyang kasutoan. Siya ay kumikilos at namuhay na parang hari! Pero sa lahat nga kanyang kayamanan, kapangayarihang sosyal at political, si Walter Scott Price ay mas pinatandaan bilang mapagbigay at masayahin na tao. Mahal siya ng mga tao dahil lagi siyang puno ng buhay, laging handang ngumiti at marunong tumulong sa mga nangangailangan.

Walter and SimeonaNang umatake ang Hapon sa Tacloban, Si Walter Scott Price ay dinala kasama ang ibang mga bilanggong Amerikano sa Santo Tomas Prison Camp. Dapat kasama siya sana sa pangalawang eskapo pero hindi siya nagtagumpay. Talagang naging mahirap ang kalagayan niya sa bilangguan at nagkasakit siya ng beri-beri at dysentery. Nang sa wakas na napalaya siya ng mga Hukbong Amerikano, ang noong mabigat na Walter ay naging payat na payat na 95 lbs. Dinala siya kaagad sa ospital pero dahil sa pinahirapan siya ng labis ay pagkatapos ng ilang linggo, ay namatay si Walter noong March 18, 1945. Siya ay 68 na taong gulang. Simeona, ang asawa ni Walter ay namatay noong August 30, 1973, apat at kalahating buwan matapos ang kanyang isang daang taong kaarawan, 28 taong pagkatapos mamatay si Walter.

 
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Posted by on January 15, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

Tacloban City History

Tacloban developed from a small fishing village, a barrio of Basey, Samar. The word Tacloban evolved from “Taklub”, a basket-like contraption for catching fish. It became a major trading town in the late 18th century. The city is well-known for its role in World War II, being a major base for the US forces and the first town liberated by Douglas MacArthur’s forces from the Japanese Imperial Forces. For a time, it served as the capital of the Philippines while Manila was under Japanese control.

The city is also known for being the hometown of the flamboyant former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos, whose Romualdez family still commands a large political following in the area.

For several decades, Tacloban was a barrio of Basey, Samar. At the time, the place was known as Kankabatok – meaning belonging to Kabatok, because its most prominent inhabitant was named Kabatok. The change of name came about in this manner: Kankabatok was a favorite haunt for fishermen. They would use a bamboo tray called “taklub” to catch crabs or shrimps. When asked where they were going the fishermen would answer, “to tarakluban”, which meant the place where they used “taklub” to catch crabs. Later, the name was shortened to Tacloban.

It is not definitely known when Tacloban became a municipality because records supporting this fact were destroyed during a typhoon. It is commonly believed that Tacloban was officially proclaimed a municipality in 1770. Others however maintain that it was in 1669 during which time there was a rain of ashes. It was the Augustinian mission followed by the Franciscans who sparked the people’s interest in religious activities. Within a year’s time the first church was built with two lofty belfries under the untiring effort of Fray Aniceto Corral.

Carigara was the capital of Leyte at the time. With Don Hipolito Gonzales’ incumbency as alcalde mayor of the province, a popular clamor for the transfer of the seat of the province came up. Thus, on October 5, 1774 after the construction of the Casa Real and the prison, the transfer of the seat of the provincial government was officially approved. In the year 1824 however, Don Pedro Antonio became alcalde mayor and restored Carigara as the p rovincial capital on march 31, 1824. This enhanced bitter disputes. It was finally Don Ceferino Fernandez, alcalde mayor in 1827 who succeeded in pacifying the controversy.

The final approval for making Tacloban the capital of the province of Leyte cam on February 16, 1830. The decisive reasons for choosing it as capital were:
– 1) it had the ideal location of the port area,
– 2) the place was well-sheltered and adequate.

During the Philippine-American war on January 17, 1899, General Vicente Lukban (for whom a street is named in the San Fernando district) came to Tacloban to talk about the problems of the people. The provincial government was evacuated to Palo while General Mojica and his men prepared to fight the Americans. On January 31, 1900 General Kohe arrived with an American team to negotiate a cease-fire and surrender of the province. He was firmly refused. On the following day armies stormed the trenches and by 2:00 PM, the province was in American hands. General Mojica and his men fled to the interior towns and it took a long time for the Americans to cajole every town until every revolucianario had surrendered. Mojica and Lukban eventually yielded to American sovereignty. Captain Leon Rojas, Sr. surrendered last. He led his men in a colorful pageant of surrender by riding on a white horse to the spot where the Americans formally received them. When peace finally, Rojas was designated chief of Police of Tacloban. A company of American soldiers was placed under his command.

In February 1901, the first American military governor of Leyte, Col. Murray, assumed office. He had only one aim in mind: gain the friendship of the people by getting their confidence. In a gesture of sincerity, he opened Tacloban to world trade. Civic-spirited citizens cooperated and organized a committee for peace. Don Gabriel Galza, the founder, became its first president. Their first undertaking was to petition Governor Murray for the release of prisoners who were in Tanauan. The governor received the petition favorably and thus peace and order in the whole province was completely restored.

With American military rule over, Taclobanons who were trained in the art of self-government took over the reins of the administration. Catalino Tarcela became the first provincial governor. There were others who were responsible for the progress and development of Tacloban. Among them were Lodovico Salazar, known to all as Capitan Lodo, the first public teacher of the town (a street is named after him). Lodovico Basilio, known as Capitan Bigong, and Capitan Martin Hidalgo. Of the womenfolk, Doña Eulalia Rubillos, wife of Governor Vicente Diaz is remembered for having served the first Filipino flag that fluttered in the Leyte sky when the revolutionary government was established.

On May 24, 1942, Tacloban awakened to see Japanese imperial forces in its midst. The town offered no active resistance to their oppressive occupation. For little more than two years, it suffered from hunger, terror and brutalities of the invaders. Despite the ugliness of war, the people never forgot to pay homage to their Patron saint, Sr. Santo Niño, by celebrating the town fiesta. One such big commemoration was on the fiesta of 1843, on June 30 where an industrial and agricultural fair was held in the old Leyte park. Here, hate and sorrows of war were forgotten so that it became one of the most remembered carnivals the town ever held. The mayor at that time was Vicente Quintero.

Leyte was the first in the itinerary of MacArthur’s return route to the Philippines. Thus, on October 20, 1944, while the waters of Leyte Gulf were calm and clear, six battleships hit the beaches at Cataisan Point and nearby areas. Before twilight, the Tacloban airstrip which was the objective of the day was recaptured by the first division. The entire Cataisan Peninsula was soon under the command of Major General Verne D. Mudge at 3:00 PM of October 21. This day, Tacloban was liberated from the enemy. In a rousing welcome, Filipino civilians line the streets greeting the liberators. Chewing gun, cigarettes, chocolates and wide American smiles flowed freely – all symbolic of friendship and freedom.

On October 22, 1944, Tacloban City was safely back in American hands. On October 23, 1944, General MacArthur announced the establishment of the Philippine Civil Government on the steps of the provincial capitol. He installed Sergio Osmeña Sr. as the president in the presence of Lt. General Walter Krueger, Lt. Gen. Richard Sutherland and Col. Ruperto Kangleon with a guard of honor consisting of First Lt. John Gregory and 30 dirty and tired but
efficient-looking soldiers. After the liberation, Tacloban’s first appointed mayor was Paulo Jaor. The inauguration of the Republic of the Philippines saw Epifanio Aguirre as mayor of Tacloban.

On June 20, 1952 by virtue of Republic Act no 760, Tacloban City was born. Dr. Ildefonso Cinco, last mayor of the Municipality of Tacloban became the first city mayor.

Tacloban City has grown from a small fishing barrio of Basey to a bustling, growing center of commerce and industry, into probably the first most important city in Eastern Visayas.

 
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Posted by on January 15, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

sad love story

der was a 2 pair that soo in love with each other 1 day d gurl wAs comfined in hOspital by 3 months d bOy wAs always der to support him one day d boy want 2 go hOme 2 take a bath he kiss the gurl wen he was in the elevator
“ng brOuwn-out”
bigla tumolo luha niya lam mo ba kng bakit siya
npa iyak kc kuryente nlang bumubuhay sa GF niya…

 
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Posted by on August 10, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

T.T

dr was a boy h s very in lve with hs GF evndow dy wr far frm each oder , d boy w8 4 the gurl came back he recieve a news dt hs GF wl b gtting marraid after hearing
dt he cried ovrnyt aftr 2 wks h rcv a crd from d gurl bt h nevr open 8 cz he dunt want 2 rid d gurl xplantion d time cmes he wnt 2 d church nt 2 watch the wedding bt 2 kill d gurl he shot d gurl d gurl died aftr burial he open d crd 8 says

“baby kw mahal q” itakas mo q b4 my wedding please”

 
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Posted by on August 10, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Hip-hop dance..

Hip-hop dance refers to dance styles primarily danced to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. This includes a wide range of styles notably breaking, locking, and popping which were created in the 1970s by African Americans.What separates hip-hop dance from other forms of dance is that it is often freestyle (improvisational) in nature and hip-hop dancers frequently engage in battles—formal or informal freestyle dance competitions. Informal freestyle sessions and battles are usually performed in acipher, “a circular dance space that forms naturally once the dancing begins.”These three elements—freestyling, battles, and ciphers—are key components of hip-hop dance.

More than 30 years old, hip-hop dance became widely known after the first professional breaking, locking, and popping crews formed in the 1970s. The most influential groups are the Rock Steady Crew, The Lockers, and the Electric Boogaloos who are responsible for the spread of breaking, locking, and popping respectively. Parallel with the evolution of hip-hop music, hip-hop dancing evolved from breaking and the funk styles into different forms: moves such as the “running man” and the “cabbage patch” hit the mainstream and became fad dances. The dance industry in particular responded with a studio based version of hip-hop—sometimes called new style— and jazz funk. These styles were developed by technically trained dancers who wanted to create choreography for hip-hop music from the hip-hop dances they saw being performed on the street. Because of this development, hip-hop dance is now practiced at both studios and outside spaces.

Internationally, hip-hop dance has had a particularly strong influence in France and South Korea. France is the   birthplace of Tecktonik, a style of house dance from Paris that borrows heavily from popping and breaking. France is also the home of Juste Debout, an international hip-hop dance competition, and Battle of the Year, the largest team-based breaking competition in the world. South Korea is home to the international breaking competition R16 which is sponsored by the government and broadcast every year live on Korean television. The country consistently produces such skillful b-boys that the South Korean government has designated the Gamblerz and Rivers b-boy crews official ambassadors of Korean culture.

To some, hip-hop dance may only be a form of entertainment or a hobby. To others it has become a lifestyle: a way to be active inphysical fitness or competitive dance and a way to make a living by dancing professionally.

Breaking/B-boying

Breaking was created in the Bronx, New York during the early 1970s.It was Afrika Bambaataa who classified breaking as one of the five pillars of hip-hop culture along with MCing, DJing, graffiti writing, and knowledge.While African Americans are responsible for creating breaking it was the Latinos (specifically Puerto Ricans) that kept the momentum of breaking alive when it was considered “played out” in the late ’70s. Breaking includes four foundational dances: toprock, footwork oriented steps performed while standing up; downrock, footwork performed on the floor using the hands to support your weight; freezes, stylish poses done on your hands; and power moves, difficult and impressive acrobatic moves.Transitions between toprock and downrock are called “drops.” In breaking, a variation to the traditional cipher is the Apache Line. A cipher is a circular shaped dance space formed by spectators that breakers use to perform in.Ciphers work well for one-on-one b-boy (break-boy) battles; however, Apache Lines are more appropriate when the battle is between two crews—groups of street dancers. In contrast to the circular shape of a cipher, competing crews can face each other in this line formation, challenge each other, and execute their burns(a move intended to embarrass the opponent, i.e. crotch grabbing, during a battle). In 1981, the Lincoln Center in New York City hosted a breaking battle between the Rock Steady Crew and the Dynamic Rockers.”This event, which was covered by the New York Times, the Village Voice, the Daily News, National Geographic, and local news stations helped b-boying gain the world’s attention.”

Locking

Locking, originally called Campbellocking, was created in Los Angeles by Don Campbell and introduced to the country by his crew The Lockers.Other than Don Campbell, the original members of The Lockers were Fred “Mr. Penguin” Berry (Rerun on the 1970s TV sitcom What’s Happening!!), Leo “Fluky Luke” Williamson, Adolpho “Shabba Doo” Quinones, Bill “Slim the Robot” Williams, Greg “Campbellock Jr” Pope, and Toni Basil who also served as the group’s manager. In honor of her instrumental role in giving locking commercial exposure, Basil was honored at the 2009 World Hip Hop Dance Championships as the first female recipient of the Living Legend Award. Locking looks similar to popping and frequently gets confused with popping to a casual observer. In locking, a dancer holds their positions longer. The lock is the primary move used in locking. It is “similar to a freeze or a sudden pause.”A locker’s dancing is characterized by consistently locking in place and after a quick freeze moving again. It is incorrect to call locking “pop-locking”. Locking and popping are two distinct funk styles with their own histories, their own set of dance moves, and their own competition categories. Locking is more playful and character driven whereas popping is more illusory. Locking has specific dance moves that identify it from popping and other funk styles. These moves include “the lock, points, skeeter [rabbits], scooby doos, stop ‘n go, which-away, and the fancies.” A dancer can do one or the other but not both locking and popping at the same time. It was only after seeing The Lockers perform on TV that a young Sam Solomon was inspired to create popping and electric boogaloo.

Popping was created by Sam Solomon in Fresno, California and performed by his crew the Electric Boogaloos. It is based on the technique of quickly contracting and relaxing muscles to cause a jerk in the dancer’s body, referred to as a pop or a hit. Each hit should be synchronized to the rhythm and beats of the music. Popping is also used as an umbrella term to refer to a wide range of other closely related illusionary dance styles such as strobingliquid, animation, and waving that are often integrated with standard popping to create a more varied performance. In all of these sub-genres it appears to the spectator that the body is popping hence the name. The difference between each sub-genre is how exaggerated the popping is. In liquid the body movements look like water. The popping is so smooth that the movements do not look like popping at all; they look fluid.The opposite of this is strobing (also called ticking) in which the movements are static, sudden, and jerky.

Popping—as an umbrella term—also includes glidingfloating, and sliding[39][40][note 5] which are lower body dances done with the legs and feet. When done correctly a dancer looks like they are gliding across the floor as if on ice.[note 6] Opposite from gliding is tutting which is an upper body dance that uses the arms, hands, and wrists to form right angles and make geometric box-like shapes. Sometimes the arms are not used at all and tutting is only done with the wrists, hands, and fingers. In both variations, the movements are intricate and always use 90° angles. When done correctly tutting looks like the characters on the art of ancient Egypt hence the name—a reference to King Tut.

“While Sam was creating popping and boogaloo, others were creating and practicing unique styles of their own. Back in the day many different areas in the west coast were known for their own distinct styles, each with their own rich history behind them. Some of these areas included Oakland, Sacramento and San Francisco.”

The Electric Boogaloos

While popping as an umbrella term is popularly used by hip-hop dancers and in competitive hip-hop dancing, Popin’ Pete of the Electric Boogaloos disagrees with the use of the word “popping” in this way. He states “There are people who wave and there are people who tut. They’re not popping. I say this to give the people who created other styles their just dues and their props.”Many of these related styles (animation, liquid, tutting, etc.) can not be traced to a specific person or group. The Electric Boogaloos themselves acknowledge this (see quote box). Other styles may have influences earlier than hip-hop. Earl “Snake Hips” Tucker was a professional dancer in the 1920s who appeared in the film Symphony in Black and performed at the Cotton Club in Harlem. Because hip-hop did not exist in the ’20s his style was considered jazz but his “slithering, writhing” movement foreshadowed modern waving and sliding.

 
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Posted by on August 8, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Movies, Must watch. :)

A rebellious street dancer named Andie, part of Baltimore’s most intimidating dance crew, the 410, who is given a chance to attend the prestigious Maryland School of the Arts. She finds it difficult to fit into her new school life while keeping her friends from the 410. Determined to prove her skills, she assembles an eclectic crew of classmates that includes Chase, the schools best dancer, to compete against the 410 in the premier underground dance battle in Baltimore, The Streets.

I quite enjoyed Step Up, although the plot was clichéd and predictable, but the dance moves were good. Now picture that, times TEN! Anyone crazy enough to see this movie for the plot should not see this film. Why would anyone see this movie? The dance moves.

There are double the dancing sequences and double the greatness! I was won over by it. The charming two leads and the lovable characters add as the cherry on top. The plot? There’s nothing there. Been there. Done that. However, if you set your expectations right, you’ll be surprised to turn out that you like this movie.

Obviously, if you’re an older person, you may not like this movie as much as if you’re a teen. Of course, the demographics for this movie is to attract teens. All in all, this is about a notch or two better than the original, but plotwise, it’s the same. Watch this movie for the dances. Not the plot. Otherwise, the piece is entertaining.

When I first watched this movie, I honestly hated it. The storyline was, naturally, predictable and the acting was just alright. But I ended up watching the movie again and it grew on me. I love all the dancing and stepping, and I’ve learned to deal with the plot. It’s really just the dancing that made this one of my now favorite movies. So Stomp the Yard doesn’t have the best storyline. The good parts about this movie are the dancing, music, and might I add, all of Columbus Short and Brian White’s fineness throughout, haha. If you love dancing movies as I do, then you should give this movie a chance. Don’t let the poor rating fool you; for what it is, it really is a decent movie.

 

 

 

 
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Posted by on August 8, 2011 in Dance

 

My Family…

“A mother is the truest friend we have, when trials heavy and sudden, fall upon us; when adversity takes the place of prosperity; when friends who rejoice with us in our sunshine desert us; when trouble thickens around us, still will she cling to us, and endeavor by her kind precepts and counsels to dissipate the clouds of darkness, and cause peace to return to our hearts.”

Analyn Macayan

She is my Mother, the best in the whole world.

She worked the hardest yet still she enjoyed every single second of it,

just for me and my brother be sent to school.

I am very lucky to have her, cause she’s not only a the best, caring and loving mother every

person in the world wants but she is also the mother who loves me for who I am and

who I want to become, A single mother and yet she doesn’t make us feel broken.

Thank you Mom! ❤

“He is my most beloved friend and my bitterest rival,my confidant and my betrayer,
my sustainer and my dependent,and scariest of all, my equal.”

Stephen Earl Saranza.

They say, brothers are always rivals, sad to say, I agree to that. But at the same

time, I disagree to that, sometimes Me and My brother fight sometimes

we call each other names and get into crazy feud, but still I know we are best of friends.

When I was young, He never wanted anyone to hurt me nor call me names.

He is my brother and he is my idol.

I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection.

Ramerico Saranza

He may not be there with me always, but still I carry his name.

He may not have caught me when I fell but still I can stand up. Even if i didn’t

grew with him, I still managed to be a better person.

He is my dad, and no one can ever replace him.

 
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Posted by on August 7, 2011 in Life

 

My very own Bike. :)

The journey of life is like a man riding a bicycle. We know he got on the bicycle and started to move. We know that at some point he will stop and get off. We know that if he stops moving and does not get off he will fall off.

I was young when I learned to ride the bicycle, No one to push me nor pick me up when I fall. I never stopped there, Life is just a matter of getting up when we fall and keep moving forward till you reach your goal. I learned a lot of tricks and enjoyed riding with it, cause when are on it, you get feelings you never can explain, a feeling of happiness you can’t describe and a feeling of warmth deep inside..

 
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Posted by on August 3, 2011 in Biking

 

My First Time

             The first time I joined a dance competition. It was called the “UP DANCE WARS” wherein, dance groups

were called to join this prestigious event.

 

Mixed emotions happen back then, I was new to this, I was a bit nervous, but because of my group members who are always there for me, I still enjoyed this little moment and cherished every second of it.

 

 
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Posted by on July 28, 2011 in Dance, Life