The youngest daughter requested that we have her guitar brought to her where she is vacationing. Three family members have been to where she is staying but alas, we can’t possibly ask them to bring a guitar with them, too big to carry.
She said however, that she just borrows an older cousin’s guitar to practice on.
They were kinda sad when one of the guitar strings broke and the one they got was not to their liking. They use elixir strings and couldn’t find a music store that carries the brand.
They said it the sound that the new string has is different.
I missed this particular concert of a favorite singer. Yep, he is one of those whose songs I have in my playlist for a few years now. I have changed music players but his songs are constant.
Anyway, I sure do hope to know if my favorite singers are due to arrive so that I can prepare to buy tickets.
I have a few in my list that i would want to listen to LIVE! I wouldn’t even mind seeing them even at their rehearsals.
Listening to live music, even though it could be just some tinkering with euphonic mc control at Guitar Center is fun.
We used to watch concerts, the hubby and I. Now, even if we want to, we have to find time to do so.
In partnership with LeadPack and takbo.ph, and in cooperation with Citywatch and Clinic ng Bayan, Inbisco Philippines, Inc. holds its first ever family-oriented run. Run categories are available are 3K,5K, and 10K. Part of the proceeds will benefit Bantay Bata 163.
WHAT: Energen Family Run 2013
WHEN: May 26, 2013
500m – Php 150 (no singlet)
3K – Php 200
5K – Php 300
10K – Php 400
This May 2013, Kultura Filipino celebrates three years of having Crafts for a Cause with new products and new partners.
Crafts for a Cause was able to bring together different products coming from livelihood programs of the non-profit organization partners. Through the training and help of various foundations, the products made by the marginalized and underprivileged members of the society have found their way to the hands of buyers who purchase these.
Photos of the products featured in Crafts for a Cause:
Kabalikat sa Kaunlaran ng Baseco
Life Project for Youth
Circle of Friends Foundation
Zonta ladies and their bag products
Bags made from newspapers
Bags from products using doy packs
Bags with soda can pop top lids
Crafts for a Cause began with 16 pioneering foundations with products from as far as the Cordillera region to the south in Basilan. For its third year, Kamay Crafts Foundation, the Paper for Now Foundation and the Circle of Friends Foundation are Crafts for a Cause’s newest partners.
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I edited this to make it look like the doors or the house itself was photographed a few decades ago.
It sure makes one reminisce about the times when our great grandparents were still alive.
This is a perfect setting for a big polished car to come and and stop to collect a lovely lady all dressed up to go a ball while her dad (who loves the best maduro cigars) look on with worry that his little girl is growing up too fast.
I think I’d like to live in this kind of generation, possibly 30′s to the 50′s where dressing up is a big thing.
I just don’t know if I can survive without my smartphone though,