More skies across the globe HERE.
More skies across the globe HERE.
The company I work at has future plan to transfer SO Mindanao Regional Office from
Just in case I’ll still be around by December this year after the individual evaluation of employee competence, I’ll be included on the number of employees to be relocated in Cagayan de Oro City. So just in case, my husband and I decided to purchase a piece of land in CDO and plan to settle there in the future.
October 17, 2009 Jes and I went for site viewings of the prospect lot in an exclusive newly develop subdivision near CDO airport together with Jen & his husband of Robinson’s Land. And at the end of the day we decided to procure the prospect piece of land, a corner lot on Fresno Parkview Homes. We paid for the reservation fee and will be paying the rest on 24-months amortization.
Maybe two years from now with God’s will and graces we can build our new home there and start another a new life in CDO. Crossfingers!
For my 3rd entry on Mellow Yellow Monday I chose Yellow Leaves. This plant is abundantly seen around as school, offices, parks and garden’s landscape.
I took this shot in front of my former office in
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My fourth entry for Today’s Flower is just one of the species of the large genus Anthurium that belongs to the Arum family.
Anthurium is also called as “Flamingo Flower” or “Boy Flower” because of its structure. It grows in many forms it can be bushy or climbing epiphytes (epiphytes are plants that grow upon another plant or trees).
Anthuriums flowers are hermaphrodite, containing male and female flowers about 3mm small crowded in a spike called spandix the outer portion is called spathe a modified bract that is leathery in texture. Others have mistaken the “spathe” as the flower but it is not, the flowers are solely found on the “spandix”.
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My third entry on Today's Flower - Gorgeous Zinnia
Zinnias are beautiful annual plants that belong to the Daisy family, Asteraceae or Compositae that come in an array of colors and hues. These pretty garden mainstay grow from 15cm to 1 meter, the leaves are lance-shaped and has sandpaper like texture while the flowers varies from single to double row of petals and small to large blooms.
Too bad I wasn’t able to position my self near the stage. I could have gotten a better close-up shots. huh!
Love to hear comments/critics from all of you!
Thanks & Enjoy!
I was looking into my files for a yellow flower to be posted as my first share on
Mellow Yellow Monday, but it seems that I have posted already most of it.
(huh! I sure do need to explore more and take photographs of anything under the sun.)
So since I can’t find any, I just have to pick up from my previous post a yellow hibiscus.
I makes me happy to always look back on this very vibrant colored flower that I luckily shot at
I love the color, I love yellow!
Hope you like it too.
My share today is a very spectacular Brazilian beauty flowering plant that is quite abundant around the world and popularly known as Bougainvillea.
Bougainvillea is said to have been discovered in 1768 in Brazil. It has thorny shrubby vines that grow from 1 – 12 meters tall. The blooms that we know are not true flowers but papery bracts that surround the cluster of three small white tubular flowers
Hello Everyone! I just came back from a 2-day seminar held at our company’s headquarters in Metro Manila.
Oooopss! I was able to make a few EC drops but wasn’t able to write a post yet until now because I have to prepare my report since it’s already Friday, my busiest day at work. I’d prepared my travel reimbursement documents also, so that makes me a very very busy bee today.
But anyways, here’s some of recap of what I did in Metro Manila. Hmmm let me see, I attended a seminar/workshop on Quality Management System Documentation Development my main purpose, an 8am to 5pm hectic activity.
After 5pm on Wednesday I was able to meet my friends and had long chit chat about everything. They updated me on the latest happenings since the day I left head office a year ago until yesterday.
Huh! I missed those days living on the busiest city in the
I came across a site called "Skywatch Friday" that features different faces of sky, I was curious and started reading and exploring the site. Skywatch Friday is a place where you can enjoy the beauty of the skies captured from around the globe.
Here's my first share, a wooden electrical tower stands mightily under the blue sky.
I took this photo just outside our office @ Iligan City, Philippines.
The sky is beautiful here in our province in Mindanao while North Luzon in suffering from heavy rain brought by typhoon Pepeng. May the Lord, help our countrymen who are affected so that they can surpass this calamity, this trial.
Wow I can’t believe it, I finally had my first award after more than 2 months in the blogging world.
Thanks so much Vicki (Digi Vickie's Word Art)
for sharing this very wonderful award.
As an appreciation I would like to pass this award to the following persons who are so talented in every way.