Sunday, July 31, 2011


Another month's gone...

HAPPY FIFTH MONTH "Make a Difference"!!!

Happy to know that it's been this long now...

I am somewhat speechless and don't know what to write next but I think its normal that way "complacency". People sometimes feel it. People sometimes are complacent and are too unaware of the existing situation. lol...

I really don't know why that word came up and cross my mind, but I do know ways on how to overcome it. Hope this song adds up some motivation on me... :)


Monday, July 4, 2011


Just recently, people of Thailand cast their votes for their new leaders...

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It was a  peaceful and successful election but different speculations were drawn though. The battle for the top position in their government was of course the highlight of the said event. And luckily, the first female Prime Minister took the stage. Her name is Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

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On top of her priority was to lead the country to unity and reconciliation which is a boon in these times. Yingluck, 44, never held a government post and some people said that she is inexperience yet she looks so eager to prove herself in leading the country.

Elections, just like in any other countries are totally cruel and sometimes bloody. But Thai people prove it wrong. One thing I really like about them was their sense of honesty. 

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Good luck Thailand!!!

Fourth of July

Today, America is commemorating its Independence Day.

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The day seemed eventless and I was talking with my American co-teacher when the idea came. He shared that this day is their Independence Day which is a National holiday. It was a topic of resemblance with my previous post about the Philippine Independence Day so I took my opportunity to ask him how most Americans spend the day.

He said that their "Independence Day" is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecue, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, political speeches and ceremonies.

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It's been 235 years since they had it. It was the 4th of July 1776 when the Congress officially adopted the Declaration of Independence document and from that time on, they gather together every Fourth of July to show their respect and praise and patriotism to their country's pride, history, society and people.

Happy Fourth of July!!!