Just got off the phone, a neighbor of mine just got burglarize. Good thing nobody got hurt. It's the third case this month. Now how am i able to sleep at night knowing that I'm not even safe in my own home,,, hummm... So far all of the houses that were victimize didn't have any dogs at all or any sort of burglar alarm. And It seem to happen about 2pm while nobody is at home or sleeping. Good thing i have my Joker to guard the house for me. Most of the time gaga sleeps over to keep me company. I feel sorry for my other neighbors. I think it's about time we organize a neighborhood watch of some sort. Hopefully that will solve our problems.

Would like to share our 10 Favorites:

1. "Favorite" Flip flops

2. "Favorite" Months
Halloween October

Hot Summer

3. "Favorite" Pet
Cutie Puppies

4. "Favorite" Colors
Rainbow colors

5. "Favorite" Past time

Playing Badminton

Watching Movies

6. "Favorite" Sweets and Desserts

Leche flan


7. "Favorite" Drinks and Beverages

Mango-orange smoothies

Avocado smoothies

8. "Favorite" Snacks


Burger and Fries

9. "Favorite" Drinks in coffee shop

Brewed Coffee

Chocolate and Mocha Frappe

10. "Favorite" Dish and Viand


Death by Rheumatic Hearth Disease... A 20 year old patient of mine just died. Again just another day at the hospital. Some make it through, some don't. A funny feeling always come over me every time one of our patient dies. Like butterflies in my tummy, or even a mouse or a rat. Some say it's meant to be or it's the will of God. While some say it's his own fault because he did not take good care of himself. The point is the person is dead. Life goes on for his love ones, well after the mourning part is over. Are we really insignificant? Just a speck of dust in this universe? Oh well! time to sleep...

I had a surprisingly slow night. Just as few patients, all are sound asleep. You can even hear a pin drop in the hall way. Just a cup of coffee to keep me company and the latest issue of my favorite magazine. The sound of life support machine fills the air. Its un-ending beeps and buzz are enough to drive you crazy. I'm at home right now and i'm still having problem getting it out of my head. Anyway time to sleep. :)

For most of you guys and gals that have a lot of spare time on their hands, I know a game online that is entertaining and will definitely get you hook. No pressure here guys. This is a slow phase game that will not demand a lot from you, It is you who will end up demanding; "more! more!" ...coffee breaks are a must in this game for you will surely spend a lot of time on it, or should i say; "in it". We're talking hours and hours of alien busting here, both computer controlled space menace to player vs player shoot outs. It's called Dark Orbit, and my little bro is hook in it. It's star craft meets counter strike meets diablo if you ask me. You get your ship from one of three companies and blast your way to greatness! Build your own clan or join one to make life easier. Nuff said... Time to Play! Like they always say; "Stay in the Dark!"

In May, 1886, Coca Cola was invented by Doctor John Pemberton a pharmacist from Atlanta, Georgia. John Pemberton concocted the Coca Cola formula in a three legged brass kettle in his backyard. The name was a suggestion given by John Pemberton's book keeper Frank Robinson.

It was a prohibition law, enacted in Atlanta in 1886, that persuaded physician and chemist Dr. John Stith Pemberton to rename and rewrite the formula for his popular nerve tonic, stimulant and headache remedy, "Pemberton's French Wine Coca," sold at that time by most, if not all, of the city's druggists.

So when the new Coca-Cola debuted later that year - still possessing "the valuable tonic and nerve stimulant properties of the coca plant and cola nuts," yet sweetened with sugar instead of wine - Pemberton advertised it not only as a "delicious, exhilarating, refreshing and invigorating" soda-fountain beverage but also as the ideal "temperance drink." It is said coke was discovered when DeLuise, a 19th century American soda jerk accidentally hit the soda water spigot, adding carbonated water to the syrup in the glass. The result was a "happy accident": the invention of Coca-Cola.

Though Pemberton died just two years later - five months, in fact, after his March 24, 1888, filing for incorporation of the first Coca-Cola Co. - the trademark he and his partners created more than one hundred years ago can claim wider recognition today than that of any other brand in the world.

It's so hot outside. I just took a bath and I'm still sweating like a pig. hummm... I wish we have a pool so i can spend the whole afternoon in it. I guest i can call over gaga and a few friends so i will not get bored. Oh! I now I have a reason to use my new bikini! :) oh Food... What about food? I don't think chips will suffice. I know those guys, they have a big appetite. Hummm... Maybe i can call someone or I'll just tell everyone to bring something. Hummm... I guest i better prepare... See ya! :)

When was the pencil invented?
Some time prior to about 1560, graphite was discovered near Borrowdale, England, supposedly when a large tree was uprooted in a storm, exposing a black substance beneath its roots. The usefulness of graphite as a marking substance was quickly realized. Though the exact date is not known for certain, the year 1565 marks the first record of a pencil consisting of a piece of graphite inserted into a wood shaft, making the first ancestor of today's pencil.

Where was the pencil invented?
Since graphite was discovered in England, it is most likely that the first pencils were made in England, though this is not known for certain. The pencil was further developed by European craftsmen.

Who invented the first pencil?
It is not known who invented the first pencil. The pencil was first documented in 1565 by Conrad Gesner, and its invention is sometimes attributed to him, though this is unlikely. European craftsman (woodworkers) were the first known pencil manufacturers, and it wasn't until the late 1700's that manufacturing techniques similar to those practiced today were developed.

No work today. I do have to bathe the dog. Hummm... I think I'll just call gaga over and let him do it. Then it's off to the mall. My friend told me about this new shop that sells cute personalize shirts. Then after that we'll pass by this booth that sells french fries. The Extra Big Ones. It's a little pricey but its worth it. Then off to the movies.

I saw this middle aged guy sitting on a gutter outside a local mall with a cage filled with three cute puppies. I told gaga to ask how much the puppies were? The guy told us hes selling it for eight hundred pesos each. If i had that kind of money on me i still would not buy those pups. Though they are cute and all. They're not even pure breeds. Well i would imagine pure breeds cost more but at least they're pure blooded pups. Come to think of it, is it legal for that guy to sell those pups outside a mall.? hummm... I hope they're not stolen.