Brainy Joshua

I have been wanting to introduce books to Joshua but has been postponing it for a couple of months now. So with an extra cash in hand, had a quick tour at SM Makati 5 minutes before their closing time. Saw this Brainy Baby 4-pack board books and I immediately made my way to the counters area.When I arrived here at work, I immediately checked online as how much it is in dollars and to my surprise, it's more expensive. With the current conversion of $1 to P44, the books would cost P440 plus tax if purchased in the US while I bought mine at P275 only. Cheap eh? Great buy, you think?

Joshua's milestones

I haven't blogged about my kid's milestones. I can't remember the exact month as to when he learned this and that. Blame it all on my anesthesia, lol! So I would just share it in random.
  • Loved to sing. First song he learned is the I Love You, You Love Me from Barney. I tell you, he can carry the tune kahit na garble words lang lumalabas sa bibig nya.
  • Learned to say his name before he turned two. That is the short line Mi nem is tarl dusha emamem t odez (My name is Carl Joshua Emmanuelle C. Moldez)
  • Learned to count one to ten months after he turned one.
  • Learned to sing ABC after memorizing one to ten.
  • Learned to say words if it's with kalokohan. Blame it all to Jojo.
  • Knew how to play pretend. He would close his fist and pretend to lick it and says ice chim (ice cream). He would put something imaginary on my mouth and says ang ang (anghang), mis (tamis/panis), lalat (alat).
  • Knew some parts of his body like ulo (head), inong (ilong), mata (eye), enga (ear), may (hand), paa (foot), nis (knees), mout (mouth), tyan (tummy).
  • Loves to write. Says lat (write) if he wants to write. He would then get a pen and paper and write and says tircle (circle).
  • He knew some animals and their sounds like fishda (fish), tichen (chicken and it's sound ah ah oh), dongdong (dog and it's sound aw aw), miming (cat and it's sound meow).
  • Says bawal if my brother offers him softdrinks. He still doesn't drink softdrinks nor eat chips yet. I'm sticking to my preference that he'll have his taste of those once he turns seven.
  • Loves to eat his current favorite breakfast meal uu crush (koko krunch) with fresh milk on it.
Now, the only thing that I am still unsuccessful to teach my son is to speak English. I often caught my mom speaking to him in Ilocano to my husband's dismay. He still doesn't know how to speak clearly daw then it'll be mixed up with other dialects. He knew Yes/No before but it was changed to Opo/Hindi/Ayaw now. I still talked to him in English, he often understands it but still responds in Tagalog. How can I be successful on this kaya? Any tips to Mommies with English-speaking kid, Peachy, Joy, Abie and Jane?

Update to my 201 file

Last Tuesday morning, I received my contract of regularization. I almost didn't signed it as my basic salary was still the same and so was my position. I told them that my boss has confirmed to me about my increase and changed in position. They told me that they already knew about it and that our manager has not yet approved it. So with a heavy heart, I signed the contract. Next thing I did was to call my boss telling him about the contract. He told me that he'll fix it once he arrived to work. True to his words, I received an update to my employment contract with my new position and salary. I have the best boss here. Thank you so much! Kudos to you Sir!

What about dNeero?

Now that you've taken at least fifteen Social Surveys from dNeero, we'd like to ask you about your dNeero experience, and your suggestions for dNeero's future.

HammeRuler ... Short-Measure Acceleration for You!

The HammeRuler is built on the notion of Short-Measure Acceleration (SMA). By cutting down on tool switching time when doing short measures, the HammeRuler makes you more efficient. You probably don't realize how much time you spend putting down your hammer to pick up your ruler.

Online no more

One of the new employees here was given Office Communicator. Since he was wondering why his doesn't have external access, he emailed the "supervisor" regarding his concern. This "supervisor" then forwarded the email to our manager. The result? The manager decided to remove all our external access. All of us doesn't have one now. Our communicator is for internal use only. Oh man!

Tsk! Tsk! Tsk!

Oh my RightFax

This certain colleague of mine is getting in to my nerves. Note: he's a supervisor. Just tonight, I received an email from him asking to check this certain connection to an email converter for RightFax. Apparently, he did not do any investigation. He immediately forwarded the concern to us since the problem is more likely from Outlook - late receipt of files and duplicate receipt of files. Argh!

And he even emailed the whole Indexing team about this asking us to check on the issue at the time when we don't have any support. Then all of sudden, he goes home without any advice. Crap!

No wonder, his staff are all against him. He doesn't deserve his post. Kainis!

New Seven Wonders of Nature

Thanks to PBB Teen Edition Plus 2, I become aware that four of our own nature's wonders are nominated as New Seven Wonders of Nature.

Tubbataha Reef (Current Rank: 4)Tubbataha Reef is an atoll coral reef in the Sulu Sea that belongs to the Philippines. It is a marine sanctuary protected as Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park. The reef is composed of two atolls, North and South Reefs. Each reef has a single small islet that protrudes from the water. The atolls are separated by a deep channel 8 kilometers wide. Over one thousand species, including many that are endangered, can be found at on the reef. These include manta rays, lionfish, tortoises, clownfish and sharks.

Chocolate Hills (Current Rank: 7)
The Chocolate Hills is an unusual geological formation in Bohol, Philippines. It is composed of around 1,268 perfectly cone-shaped hills, all about the same size, spread over an area of more than 50 sq km The hills are covered in green grass that turns brown during the dry season, giving them the name ''Chocolate Hills.''

Puerto Princesa Subtarranean River National Park (Current Rank: 10)
The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located about 50 km north of the city of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. It features a limestone karst mountain landscape with an 8.2 km. navigable underground river. A distinguishing feature of the river is that it winds through a cave before flowing directly into the South China Sea. It includes major formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and several large chambers. The lower portion of the river is subject to tidal influences. The underground river is reputed to be the world's longest. At the mouth of the cave, a clear lagoon is framed by ancient trees growing right to the water's edge. Monkeys, large monitor lizards, and squirrels find their niche on the beach near the cave.

Mayon Volcano (Current Rank: 11)
Mayon Volcano is an active volcano on the Filipino island of Luzon, 15 km northwest of Legazpi City. It is classified by volcanologists as a stratovolcano (composite volcano). Its symmetric cone was formed through alternate pyroclastic and lava flows. Mayon is the most active volcano in the country, having erupted over 47 times in the past 400 years, and is a part of what is called the Pacific Ring of Fire.

Let's support and vote for our own Wonders of Nature. One vote counts Seven. Visit their site here.

Note: Pictures and description of the nominees are from the site as well.

Changed mind

Last Saturday morning, I extended my stay in the office as my boss asked for a meeting. I initially thought that he'll be officially saying his goodbyes and be turning over some pending tasks that he is currently dealing with.

He has finally made up his mind. He'll be staying with us for good. He had a conflict with his supposedly new boss so he backed out and decide to stay. Good news? Indeed, it was!

So back to work we will be.

First & Last

Thanks Tet for this. I'll try to do more tags soon.

Participants: 1. Me and Mine 2. Creative in Me 3. Little Peanut 4. Pea in a Pod 5. Sugar Magnolias 6. Supermodel Wannabe 7. FunFierceFaboulous 8. A Sweet Taste of Life 9. My Simple Joys 10. ADD YOUR BLOG!


* First real job: Quality Control Inspector (BPO)
* First screen name: Chateryn
* First funeral: My grandad (daddy's side)
* First pet: Parrot (Mikage)
* First piercing: Ears
* First tattoo: I don't have plans to have one
* First credit card: Mastercard
* First kiss: When I was in first year college
* First enemy: When I was in grade four - she was my best friend but later, after she let me drown on the pool during our field trip - I hated her until high school.


* Last car ride: Yesterday, going to Festival Mall
* Last kiss: Hours ago, from Joshua when he bids me bye bye.

Tagging: Jane, Abie, Jacqui, Jody, Peachy, Joy, Mich, Thea, Kelly, Apols

2008 Presidential Election and Celebrities Part 2

Many wonderful questions from dNeero-ites about the role celebrities play in politics ... we've chosen a few to continue this conversation ... please excuse us if we haven't chosen yours.

Network issue again?!

“May problem ba tayo sa network?”

That’s the first words I heard from my colleague when I entered our room. I got pissed immediately. Hey! I just arrived. I haven’t turned on my PC nor read mails yet. And you were expecting me to know if there’s an issue with our network. Argh!

Few minutes, I learned that we’re having intermittent connection to Geneva. So I emailed everybody about the issue. A supervisor from operations was asking me about the projected time of resolution. Ang sarap sabihin, malay ko! I mean, we have a third-party network provider who I have correspondence with regarding the issue. They are the one who’ll be investigating and fixing the problem. Besides, we are not just the country experiencing packet loss to Geneva. Kainis!

At press time, we still have the issue. Kung pwede lang sana na deadma na ako sa issue kaya lang ako naman mapapagalitan ng boss ko. Whew!

Identity - You

Ain't it grand ... we're all different and all alike ... and as we move through our lives we have magnificent changes ... we are what we are ... and we change when we change ... and just maybe our networks of peeps help guide our progress.

The following is for those that have been dNeero-ites for a while ... we hope that your answers will make your social networks a little bit more active.

2008 Presidential Election and Celebrities

Do celebrities campaigning for candidates make a difference at the polling booth? Hmmm ... it does help the candidate grab headlines ... we have seen more in the news about Oprah campaigning for Obama, than his health care plan. And there seems to be a resounding lack of celebrity supporters for McCain.


That's how my night was.

Panic mode as early as 10pm. My heart was palpitating fast, my whole body trembling. The reason, network connection to Geneva was down. I mean, I still doesn't have enough knowledge to troubleshoot it. My first step. Call help from my boss who was in deep slumber when I called - his voice was so sleepy, like a drunk man. Second step, ask our third party network provider to investigate why our routers are not working. See, they were the only one who has access to do those. Our access is up to the core switch only. Tsk tsk tsk. Good thing, they were good samaritans (technically knowledgeable) who help me troubleshoot the whole issue. The problem runs for almost two hours, and the resolution was just to reseat the data cable of our bandwidth shaper in the core switch. Voila! Network connection restored.

Breathe in.. Breathe out.. Relax mode again.

Thanks to dNeero

After G smacked my blog to zero, I wasn't able to grab any opps. Thanks to dNeero, I can still continue to earn a few. Well, I earn cents only per survey but what the heck. What's important is I can continue my racket until I get bored of doing such. I'm still clueless of what to write as nothing fancy is happening around me. So those who subscribe to my feeds, pardon me for the nonsense posts I often write. Will update this blog soon with something good to read.

Charity from dNeero-ites

Have you seen the new dNeero home page ( On the left hand column you'll see two boxes that deal with dNeero charity ("Donations to Charity" and "Recent Charity Donators").

First, thanks and kudos to all those who have taken surveys for charity ... keep it up. Second, thusfar in this calendar quarter, receipts for charity are lagging behind previous quarters ... how come?

Customer Service or Customer No Service - Part 4

Online customer surveys are used for various reasons, to include your evaluation of general site experience and evaluation of online customer service. Let's call them "online pop-up surveys."

No more

No more opps as my precious rank drops down to zero again.

No more worries for the little boy as my mama has finally arrived.

No more sleeplesss nights after two more weeks.

No more...


Mama - not the mother. It’s how we call an old man. My kid recently gets cranky after taking a bath at night. He does everything to avoid having his diaper on and even his pyjamas too.

And who’s the culprit? Mama! The “mama” he’s referring too is the BIL of the one who looks after him at night. I dunno what happened as to why my kid fears this guy. The guy is a teenage so I don’t think he has done something harmful to my son.

Last night, after taking a bath, he does his usual things again. I swear I can’t hold him still to put his diaper on. He cried like a pig being slaughtered. He follows me wherever I go. My patience is getting thinner whenever he does things like that, I almost spank him. Bad mommy 

So after so much cajoling, he allowed me to put him on the bed. I acted as if I’m not going to work – but with my working clothes on. He lay down beside me. He finally dozes off to sleep. And since he’s a light sleeper, I let him sleep without diaper yet. I just asked our border to put his diaper and pyjama on a few minutes after we leave as he might be still half awake. I just simply wish my Mama’s back.

Customer Service or Customer No Service - Part 3

It is fair to say that customer service has changed since the web 1.0 days. Empowered customers of today want to make their own choices in the way that they interact with companies they do business with.

Bonus time

Yehey! Today is the 15th of May and our company will be giving out our 15th month pay.

Or so I thought. I thought I’ll be reaping my very first bonus as a regular employee here in our company. Since our benefit matrix states that all regular employees are entitled to such, I was expecting a to receive a little as I know mine will still be prorated as I haven’t rendered one year of service for them. Just early this morning, I was actually trying to check online whether my payroll account has increased its digits, but to my dismay, it doesn’t.

I went home with mixed emotions. When I got home, I send a SMS to my colleague confirming whether she has received her bonus, and she said yes. I immediately dash to the nearest ATM machine to check my balance, lo and behold, the digits have not yet changed. My world crashed upon seeing it.

Gone were the plans I have in mind on how to spend it. Like they always say, “Wag magbilang ng manok hanggat di pa napipisa ang mga itlog.” Oh well… Life still must go on 

Double T stage

My son is getting crankier and crankier nowadays. Oftentimes, I got pissed by how he does things. He likes to do things on his own – read: taking a bath, preparing his milk, dressing up, eating on his own. When taking a bath which I intend to give before lunch time so that he’ll be sleepy after and I can finally doze to sleep too, we often quarrel as to who will hold the dipper and who will scrub his body. Next would be the never ending dressing up time. He hates to wear diaper; he doesn’t want to wear his shirt nor his shorts. He prefers to be naked all the time. Then the brush your teeth time, which oftentimes that not, he wanted to do it on his own. But, he doesn’t actually brush his teeth – he just sucks the tooth gel and voila! He’s done. When he wishes to have milk, he gets his bottle inside the fridge on his own, opens it and drinks the water first, gets his can of milk, opens it and holds my hand whenever I scoop the powder out of the can. Imagine that. Is this the manifestation of the terrible-two stage? Oh no! I’m not prepared!


My boss is leaving us for good. (I’m still hoping it’s not yet for real.) We had our “last” meeting just today – morning that is. He had said that the probability of leaving the company is 90% unless he’ll be declared unfit to work after his 3rd medical exam on Tuesday. Call me bad girl, but I’m wishing the latter to happen.

buy gold

When I was still a kid, I always thought that having gold is as equivalent of being rich. Think about those gold bars like the one in Yamashita Treasures. Buying gold has been recognized for centuries as one of the million ways to preserve one’s wealth and purchasing power. The going on in the US has given me the thinking that there’s never a better time to buy gold than right now. Besides, there’s Monex Deposit Company that can assist you from purchasing precious metals to immediate delivery at your own doorsteps or for a safe storage at any independent bank or depository of your choice.

Will you forget

That you have a toddler in tow at the airport? I may never had a chance to be inside the plane with my kid but I swear that I will never, ever leave my sight on him. Gawd! This is ridiculous!

Tickets, check. Passports, check. Luggage, check. Baby ... oops.

A family boarded a flight on Monday in westernmost Canada, and forgot their tot at the Vancouver international airport, media said Tuesday.

The 23-month-old boy's family had just arrived in Canada from the Philippines, but they were forced to repack their overweight bags before catching a connecting flight to Winnipeg, causing them to run late.

In their sprint to the gate, the family became separated.

The boy's father Jun Parreno, told local media he had thought his son was with his wife and the boy's grandparents, who ran ahead. They thought the boy was with his dad.

On the plane, the family members were seated separately and so did not immediately realize they had left the child behind.

Sometime later, a security guard found the boy, who speaks no English, wandering near the departure gate, and Air Canada officials tracked down his shocked parents on the flight.

Because the boy was so young, he was not issued a boarding pass and would have sat on a parent's lap during the flight, so airline personnel did not notice a passenger was missing.

According to the Vancouver Sun, airport security found a Tagalog-speaking Air Canada agent who looked after the child while his father flew 2,300 kilometers (1,400 miles) back to Vancouver to pick him up and then return to Winnipeg to rejoin the immigrant family on their first day in Canada.

The baby was kept in Air Canada's offices and staff found him some toys, said local media.

"Air Canada took good care of him," Parreno told the daily Winnipeg Free Press upon arrival. "I'm grateful."

Parents board flight, forget toddler at airport


The old proxy I mean. As you may notice, I recently had the opportunity to post and edit my previous posts – that is justified paragraph, bold and italic links, change layouts, etc – when our old proxy died. Or so I thought it died. Apparently, one of the supervisors here did something on the configuration and add a site for the proxy to block which made it function “improperly.”

Since we temporarily used our Singapore ROHQ proxy – where blogger, friendster, youtube, yahoo, pep and multiply aren’t blocked – I had the grandest time at night to surf my heart out to those banned sites. Now, our old proxy is back and we are required to use. So, I’m actually using “iwantsurf” – a web proxy to login to blogger and create post. The only problem I have with this is that I can’t justify the paragraph, insert pictures, and all. Oh well… Good things never last.

Yes! Yes! Yes!

After a very, very, very, very long wait, I was finally approved by Payperpost. I started blogging mid-December out of curiosity. I first enjoyed lurking to other mommy blogs who have been my friends now. Later on, I tried my luck to get paid to blog. I first signed up with PPP but unfortunately denied since my blog wasn’t mature enough yet – that is older than three months. I may be approved by others but still I feel incomplete in this field. When my blog turned three last March, I immediately applied again to PPP but denied for some reasons I can’t even remember now. I tried several times to apply to them, like I can’t even count it anymore. I even convinced my college friend Jhong, who first started to blog during our college days, to join the fad of blog advertising. I was so desperate when I found out that she was approved in PPP already. It was so frustrating for me. Finally, my day has come as I was approved just yesterday. Now, I can say I’m in full blast in paid advertising. So, I just need to iron things out with my Paypal and I’m off to go to online shopping.

Oh no!

I'm here at work now. When I entered our room here in the office, I immediately notice my monitor on the far end of the room facing the server room with post it all over. Oh no! It means there was something wrong.

Indeed, there was something wrong. We do not have Outlook. The data center in Atlanta where our Exchange server is located is currently experiencing network outage at the moment. Do I need to rejoice as I won't be receiving tickets and requests? I don't think so. I might become a telephone operator now as our phone rings once in a while.


I admit I often neglect my mom’s worth when I was still younger. My point of view totally changed when I too, became a mom. Just last Sunday, the whole world celebrated our day, Mom’s Day. I totally planned that day month’s ago and what should I give to my mom for that special day. I even searched online as to where she’d be having good massage – I’ll pamper her. However, things didn’t work out the way I wanted it to be as she went off to Pangasinan last month. So instead of giving her spa treatment, I was thinking of giving her a watch – a cartier watch perhaps. Besides hers that was given by my dad decades ago needs to be replaced. It’s now high-time to give her a luxury watch after painstakingly attending to my needs when I was still single and even now that I have my own family. Lucky me, I found my website that offers not just watches but also other luxury watches for women. Seeing those makes me drool and wish to wear something like those in the future. For now, those will just be my eye candy. I’d rather buy something for my mom first than me.


An increase in salary, more benefits and allowances...
I'm officially a regular employee here. Yahoo!!!

Thank God for giving me a great job and company.

Still not home

Update with my Mom:

She informed us that she'll be going home last Saturday but I do not know what happened as she might be back in Manila next week. I missed her badly. She was not with us during Mother's Day. Huhuhu!

EON and Paypal

Since I do not have a credit card and my paypal is still unverified, I'm getting worried now that my money is near the spending limits for unverified account. I do not want to go and apply for a credit card so the option that was given to me was to get a Visa Debit card. So, I applied online for my EON. Hopefully, the transaction would be smooth and I won't have any problems soon.

Customer Service or No Service - Part 2

To all mommies

mothers day

A mother

holds their children's hands for a short while but their hearts forever...

Before I was a Mom


Before I was a Mom...

I never tripped over toys or forgot words to a lullaby.
I didn't worry whether or not my plants were poisonous.
I never thought about immunizations.

Before I was a Mom...
I had never been puked on.
Pooped on.
Chewed on.
Peed on.
I had complete control of my mind and my thoughts.
I slept all night.

Before I was a Mom...
I never held down a screaming child so doctors could do tests or give shots.
I never looked into teary eyes and cried.
I never got gloriously happy over a simple grin.
I never sat up late hours at night watching a baby sleep.

Before I was a Mom...
I never held a sleeping baby just because I didn't want to put them down.
I never felt my heart break into a million pieces when I couldn't stop the hurt.
I never knew that something so small could affect my life so much.
I never knew that I could love someone so much.
I never knew I would love being a Mom.

Before I was a Mom...
I didn't know the feeling of having my heart outside my body.
I didn't know how special it could feel to feed a hungry baby.
I didn't know that bond between a mother and her child.
I didn't know that something so small could make me feel so important and happy.

Before I was a Mom...
I had never gotten up in the middle of the night every 10 minutes to make sure all was okay.
I had never known the warmth, the joy, the love, the heartache, the wonderment or the satisfaction of being a Mom.
I didn't know I was capable of feeling so much, before I was a Mom.

Customer Service or Customer No Service

Is customer service rare in today's capitalistic society? According to a survey in USA Today, Customer Service is the #1 reason people choose to stay with a company long-term. Customer service is a series of activities designed to enhance the level of customer satisfaction ? that is, the feeling that a product or service has met the customer expectation.

Extra cash

Give us cash, and we will shop. That's the idea behind the U.S. government's save-the-economy tax rebates, which are starting to hit checking and savings accounts of cash-strapped consumers. What are you going to do with the money?


I've recently posted my problem of who's going to look for my son while we (his Meme and Daddy) are out at night for work. Last Monday, we asked my brother's preggy GF to look for him. The next day, the girl was already ranting that she slept late because of my kid and even woke up around 2am to watch for my son. She never stops ranting about how she lacks sleep to my brother that I even got pissed hearing it.

So, I mustered enough courage to talk to our trusted boarder if she can look for my son during night time. And since she has her own family, she told me to have Joshua sleep over at their unit. I saw how giddy happy my son was went we left him there since he has someone to play with. Everything is temporarily, and hopefully Mama's plan to go back to Manila on Saturday push through. As with my brother's GF, she has the whole house all by herself at night. Good luck to her!


No matter how much we deny, we have grown to believe with medicinal plants who can cure our sicknesses or diseases. It's either the root, fruit or leaf be boiled with water and later needs to be drink or patch to our skin. Now, there's this online shop that strive to share the highest quality botanical specimens for archival, ornamental, herbarium specimen, or as incense components, as wells as the freshest organic seeds to add to any modern-day Shaman's Garden, plus a wide variety of incense and other meditation supplies, while providing a wealth of accurate information regarding sacred plants for all those who share the same love for them as they do. I was wondering, do they offer kratom as well?

Pediatric dentist

Do you know someone who practiced pediatric dentistry? I'm planning to have my boy's teeth checked as I can see tartar or whatever you may call it on his teeth. He has been refusing to have his teeth brushed by me. No matter how I plead he still refuses. He just eat the toothgel and presto, he's done already.

If you do, please give me a heads up also of the price. I was thinking of bringing him to Abesamis Dental Clinic in Festival Mall. Have you tried their service? Please advice.

Few hours from now

Time to go home. I badly miss my little kid. I wanted to be cuddled by him, be kissed by him and hear him call me "Meme" all the time.

Even if I've been working after I gave birth to him, I still had separation anxiety as I often become teary eyed whenever I need to leave him for work. If I can only bring him to work, I would. I envy those SAHM who has all the luxuries of time to spend with their kids. If only money is not a problem with us, I would embraced motherhood in a totally different way.

So for now, I just need to work hard as the little boy will start schooling soon. I smell a big argument with hubby now, LOL!

free medical pocket pc software

Since hubby's eldest brother is a Paediatrician, it's a must for him to not just bring his personal mobile phone but his PDA as well. I find it odd at times seeing him bring too many gadgets thinking that he's not a tech-geek. I just recently found out that his PDA has free medical pocket pc software. He finds it very useful since Epocrates has drug guide loaded on to his PDA which gives him ease of access when he needs information in prescribing medicines such as drug dosing, side effects and health plan coverage. And what's good about that software is that it can be used for multiple devices and are compatible for Pocket PC software, Palm software, and Windows Mobile software. Also, one can search online for drug references. For medical practitioners, isn't that great news?

“This announcement was paid for by Epocrates.”

Torn between

taking up CCNA or CEH. Though being an IT doesn't require one to have a license, you won't get big in this industry if you doesn't have a certificate in hand.

Since my path is more of being in the networking/pabx side, I was thinking of taking a CCNA course. No, not the boot camp as my mind might not be able to absorb everything in just 5 days. Even my boss is telling us to take one.

Last Friday, we attended an IT Security Seminar held at PSE Bldg. in Ortigas. The speaker discussed about security in an infrastructure, not exactly the network perse. My boss asked me if I wanted to take one. Of course, like a child eager to explore and learn, said yes without batting an eyelash.

So now, which one should I choose? The CCNA or the CEH?

Night shift

Again.. Yes, I'm back to being an owl..

I was kinda worried with this schedule since no one is dedicated to look for my kid at night. I'm not sure with my brother's preggy GF as lately, she was acting like a primadonna.

She was very vocal in saying that she doesn't want anybody to tell her what to do. Seems like she was telling me not to give her advices. See, she'll be giving birth this month so I often advice her not to sleep a lot she was doing now.

I wish Mama's back... Still counting the days...

Get me there

We move around a lot to get from one place to another -- walk, car, bus, cab, bike, motorcycle, plane, train ... let's talk about your commute.

I am

So happy... Ang sarap pala ng feeling pag nalaman mo na may PR na yung blog mo. First time ko ito kaya heaven ang feeling. Hehehe!

Kaya pagbigyan nyo na ako kung feeling cloud 9 ako ngayon. Toxic naman sa trabaho ngayon eh. Oo, andito ako sa office ngayon kahit holiday. May problema kasi sa PABX namin. Hay…

Sa mga manggagawang kagaya ko, happy labor day!

Swipe to the max

I once have a credit card which I got the first time I landed a job. Having a credit card was a status quo for me then. Few months, it became a habit for me to swipe it whenever I see anything I like inside the mall. Few more months, I was in the situation wherein I’m keeping my job to pay off my bills. Whew! That was like hell for me. Good thing, I became matured on stop that habit. Many of us may have a situation like I had, or the so-called bad credit consumers which grows day by day.

In US, there’s this one site that allows one who has bad credit credit cards to compare bad credit loans rather than getting the first one that you received by snail mail. What good about this is that one has array of choices that would totally fit their needs thus, they can make payments on time and rebuild their credit. Who would want to be totally debt free? Everyone does.