Great Game Alain Ngalani

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

So I'm watching UFC with Alain Ngalani on TV. I'm not a big fan of watching this sports events. But hubby has the remote tonight so I just had a few glimpse of the fight. What really caught my attention though was when I saw the opponent fell down. I immediately asked hubby what happened. He said he was kicked. So I had to wait for the slow replay to really see what happened. What amazed me was that even when his opponent went down, he bent down and asked if his opponent was alright. In a time when I see in almost all events where they don't really care about each other, it's a sight of relief to see that some players think of it as just a sport. He didn't hold a grudge against his oppenent. For that I salute you!

Hey ma!

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Today reminded me so much of my mama. They started putting up the Christmas tree and I just wished she was here. 

Breakfast was served and it was one of our favorite food. She introduced me to kamote with dayuk. Sounds yucky, but it's a perfect combination. 

Eveytime I eat bagoong, she'd always wanted it cooked with tomatoes and onions. 

Wherever you are mama, i love you and I miss you everyday!

Breastmilk is still best during emergencies!

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

I have been reading a lot of calls on social media site regarding donations, in kind or in cash. And everytime I read it, I can see that they included and written "powdered milk for infants". I would just like to remind of the governments law which is "The Milk Code", which prohibits the advertising and the promotion of formula milk.  

In as much as we would like to help, donating formula milk is not an answer. In a time when water is not available and sterilizing bottles is not feasible and breastmilk is the most nutritious food for infants, powdered milk should not be allowed in any food packs. 

I appeal to your hearts for donations for the victims of supertyphoon Yolanda but I would just like to remind you that breastmilk is the best for babies.

Let's continue to pray for all our brothers and sisters. 

Bangon Pinoy!