|You Are an Excellent Cook|
always a metaphor to goodbye?
When I am leaving Naga tonight
just in time for sunset,
and what I feel
is your welcomeâ€”
and not your goodbye.
This is one of my few greatest dreams. The rest is for myself to know. This home is mine, and it will be a lasting legacy to the future generations of our family. My mom and I, and some of our relatives who have been with us for several ocassions in our new house have come to love the place. A quiet neighborhood, fresh air, a fullday's sun, flowers, birds, trees, and native foods sold by old folks in the place, are just too perfect for me. Indeed, the good Lord has blessed me so much.
AS I AM blessed, I want my home to be a blessing to everyone who becomes a part of it. In dinners, I usually recount how difficult and stressful constructing a house could be. This new house has inspired me to work better, and has given me brighter perspectives in life-- realizing how much patience, determination and inspiration is needed to get through with it. I want the house and its story to be a legacy to every person who enters it. I believe, each house has a story of its own. This one is ours.
By Carlo BÂ Â
Fr. Angelo Silerio, SJÂ celebrated his Thanksgiving Mass as a Jesuit priest last Holy Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at 3PM at the Ateneo chapel. KGBs in attendance were Mon B., Allan Osea (now wid LGU-Libmanan), Dr. Eric Tuy, Capt. Tommy Deliva, Nong Quejada, Ful Agna (Fr. Silerio’s first cousin who’s into extreme biking sports) and Rev. Fr. Â Cesar Mayo Herrera (another Priest-Knight) who concelebrated the mass and is currently assigned in a Rinconada parish.
Â We’ve got to receive Holy Communion from Fr. Angelo as well as pray-over from his “virginal priestly hands.”
Fr. Silerio’s assignment will be somewhere in Bukidnon.
I went to Pasacao for a break away from work last April 7, Friday. Together with a friend, we were fortunate to be received by the Sariana family (Thanks to Mang Boy and Chloe, his registered nurse daughter who manages the Magtabid Long Beach Resort for the warm accommodation in a comfy native cabin by the shore). I can see tangible acomplishments of the local government that has been laying the groundwork for a serious tourism promotion. I was informed by Emy Velasco of the Metro Naga Development Council on how things are going in Pasacao and how this small town has managed to sustainably preserve its natural endowments through multi-stakeholder participation.
Chloe Sariana, beach resort manager of Magtabid Long Beach Resort is on to some serious work as they prepare for the upcoming Daraw sa Pasacao Summer Festival 2006. Activities are all lined up for the occasion including the Machos and Beauties Body Expose/Nunca de Olvidare , a body-painting contest that is scheduled on April 21, 2006 2 p.m. at Magtabid Long Beach Resort. A trade fare of Bicol native handicrafts and delicacies starts on April 14 and will last til the 21st. For infos related to these activities, you may call (054) 513-9496 or mobile phone number (0919) 7983- 807.
I am publishing some photos on a separate post taken at Magtabid Long Beach Resort (the cleanest and most panoramic beachside resort, as my early morning evaluation would prove), hoping it would entice more tourists and visitors to come to Pasacao this summer and experience a place worth the while.
I got this one from Baby’s blog.
What kind of puppy are you??
Your think that mainly the best, and that anyone will fall for your beautiful looks!
by myYearbook.com — the World’s Biggest Yearbook!
By Mike BalinesÂ
My longtime classmate and friend will be ordained to priesthood on April 8. This special day is also the birthday of my father, Dionisio who have since gone to the other side of this life.
I have known Fr. Angelo Silerio, SJ, as unassuming honor student who naturally displays human qualities that encourage being strong, yet gentle, humble but bold, while being swayed always by beauty and truth.