Huwag munang bilangin ang sisiw habang hindi pa napipisa ang mga itlog.
ang sarap sa pakiramdam. :)
maraming salamat po @WorldVisionPH sa patuloy na paghatid samin ng updates tungkol sa aming Sponsor Child.😊
nakakatulong po ito samin para malaman ang kalagayan nila at sitwasyon. sobrang naaappreciate ko po na may picture pang kasama :) ang sarap pagmasdan kasi ang laki-2 na po niya at mag-Grade5 na :)
God-willing, sana mapasyalan namin siya in the future :) salamat po ulit. God bless :)
sa mga interesadong maging Sponsor, sabhin nyo lang po ako…i am willing to help. thank you :)
A glimpse of Catholics who came to see the Pope.
The Vatican City @ 360 degrees
Great and talented Painters whom you can see along the streets of Rome.
These artists lets people watch how they do their paintings, in the hope that watchers will be attracted to buy one or at least give them coins.
Altar at Saint Peter’s Basilica
The Vatican City, Italy
People getting their places and cameras ready as they wait for Pope Francis’ greetings. :)
NOTE: To those who are planning to visit Rome, it will be helpful if you bring a Flag of your country, so that Pope will know you’re there. He might even mention your country during his message, just like what he did with the others during our time of visit.
The ceiling of St. Peter’s Basilica.
INSIDE THE VATICAN
CONCORDE HOTEL, SHAH ALAM, MALAYSIA
The hotel’s location is what makes it a better option to stay
because the area of Shah Alam is mostly business section.
Since you are always outside for a meeting and will only be back for resting - the hotel is a great choice with their great services, good buffet spread, comfortable bed and clean room.
For the wifi - the FREE use is only a 512KB… so slow knowing that you are here for business.
You will need to pay extra amount for a faster wifi in your room.
Their amenities are basic, just right for a business travel.
Therefore, if you are looking for a hotel with a little luxury and better amenities for your stay, you may opt to choose other hotels outside Shah Alam.
Q:Hi, Ms. Charrie! :) How are you? I hope all is well with you and the hubby. I'd just like to ask what's the name of the flower that you used to decorate the church aisle at your wedding? I think it's very simple yet elegant, and i'd love to have it also for my wedding there in January. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks, in advance, and God bless! :)
Hi there :)
They call it “Baby’s Breath.”
Yes, its very simple and affordable too. :)
Anyway, Congratulations to you and to your fiancé in advance!
Feel free to ask more. God bless :)