Saturday, October 24, 2009
3rd Mindanao Bloggers Summit
I couldn't exchange the happiness I got today into something more valuable on my birthday as a present. For the first time Hubby and I attended the 3rd Mindanao Bloggers Summit and Philippine Blog Awards Mindanao hosted by the CDObloggers here in Cagayan de Oro City at Pearlmont Hotel headed by Ms. Chiq Montes. Being part of CDObloggers, I never regret having such a wonderful experience in which I could use it to become effective blogger. Aside from the 2 freebies I received from the raffles given by the sponsors, I also got more informations about blogging shared by Ms. Aileen Apolo, blog advertising by Ms. Janette Toral and making money online by Lyle Santos. During the summit, we were not just listeners but also we were given the chance to meet, promote and share experiences to our fellow bloggers coming from different places all over Philippines. What a birthday gift! Thank God for the success of the said event.
I thank God for giving me another year to celebrate my natal day. As part of my celebration, I chose to attend the 3rd Mindanao Bloggers Summit here in Pearlmont Hotel. I will be posting more updates later about the event.
Friday, October 16, 2009
Last October 4, 2009, we were shocked when an accident happened that causes my uncle's death. Life is so unpredictable, death can happen anywhere at anytime out of your watch. No one could ever tell that life can be taken anytime soon unless you are terminally ill.
Uncle Ed P. Dadulo used to work as the head-security-guard at the Divine Mercy Hills, El Salvador, Misamis Oriental. October 4, 2009 at 3:30pm, Uncle ride his motorcycle from Tan's Beach, along his way home at Purok 2, Tambaling, El Salvador, Misamis Oriental, he was accidentally hit by Super 5 (a public bus) and instantly died. At the of 45, we never expect him died at that early age.
With me here in the picture, Uncle Ed's wife and daughter (Auntie Nora and Jen-jen), and the 2 left among the 7 Dadulo's siblings, Uncle Nelson and Auntie Virgie. We loved and missed you Uncle Ed.