Archive for July, 2014

LGU Naga, DOLE provide emergency employment for 410 heads of families

July 28th, 2014 No comments
At least 410 heads of families here are registered as beneficiaries of the emergency employment called Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Displaced Workers (Tupad) project of the regional office of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).
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Naga to host stroke society national convention

July 28th, 2014 No comments
The Stroke Society of the Philippines (SSP), in cooperation with the Camarines Sur Medical Society will open the 3-day 15th SSP Annual Convention in this city on July 31, 2014 with City Mayor John G. Bongat and Camarines Sur 3rd District Congresswoman Leni Gerona-Robredo giving the welcome remarks and keynote address, respectively.
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Naga’s Solid Waste Management Office undertakes 19-hour clearing operations

July 28th, 2014 No comments
he local government unit here has 3 days more starting Thursday to rid the entire city of waste and debris left by Typhoon Glenda that battered the Bicol Region for more than 5 hours last July 15, this year.
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Nikolo & Nicola

July 26th, 2014 No comments


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H e  f o l lo w e d   t h e  s u n
and she followed the stars
and in dreams they listened closely for the beginning of all things,
f o r  t h a t  w a s  w h e r e  t h e y  k n e w  t h e y ‘ d  f i n d  e a c h  o t h e r .




I n  m y  m i n d  I  a m  d r e s s i n g  y o u  w i t h  l i g h t

I  a m  w r a p p i n g  y o u  u p  i n  b l a n k e t s  o f  c o m p l e t e  a c c e p t a n c e  a n d  t h e n  I  g i v e  m y s e l f  t o  y o u .

I  l o n g  f o r  y o u ; I  w h o  u s u a l l y  w i t h o u t  l o n g i n g ,

as though I am unconscious and absorbed in neutrality and apathy, utterly long for every bit of you.



I ’ d  c u t  m y  s o u l  i n t o  a  m i l l i o n  d i f f e r e n t  p i e c e s

just to form a constellation
t o  l i g h t  y o u r  w a y  h o m e .

I’d write love poems to the parts of yourself  you can’t stand.

I ’ d  s t a n d  i n  t h e  s h a d o w s  o f  y o u r  h e a r t  a n d  t e l l  y o u

I ’ m  n o t  a f r a i d  o f  y o u r  d a r k .

S h e  d a r e s  m e  t o  p o u r  m y s e l f  o u t  l i k e  a  l i v i n g  w a t e r f a l l .





She dares me to enter the soul that is more than my own.  She extinguishes fear in mere seconds . S h e  l e t s  l i g h t  c o m e  t h r o u g h .



I can’t tell you how tall he is by centimetres or by feet
nor can I tell you exactly
what perfume he sprays himself wit

b u t  I  b e t  y o u  ’ l l  h a v e  t o  s i t  d o w n  w h i l e  I  t e l l  y o u

about how his shoulders align with my temples
q u i t e  p e r f e c t l y

and how when i bury my nose on his jacket
or his collarbones
all i smell
i s  H o m e .





w e  n e e d  e n o r m o u s  p o c k e t s ,
pockets big enough for our families and our fiends,
and even the people who aren’t on out lists,


p e o p l e  w e ‘ v e  n e v e r  m e t  b u t  s t i l l  w a n t  t o  p r o t e c t .
we need pockets for boroughs and for cities, a pocket that could hold the universe.









A N D  I ‘ D  C H O O S E  Y O U –  i n  a  h u n d r e d  l i f e t i m e s

i n  a  h u n d r e d   w o r l d s ,  i n  a n y  v e r s i o n   o f  r e a l i t y
I ’ d  f i n d  y o u
a n d   I ‘ D  C H O O S E  Y O U
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Attend a Music Festival, Done!

July 19th, 2014 No comments
 Well, I promised myself I'd go before I reach 35 I'm glad to say I'm not even 30 and I've done it.
Mind you, It's not Glastonbury mainly because it's expensive and you have no choice but to camp the whole 3 nights  but it was still awesome.
It's called T in the Park. It is or was in Kinross, Scotland. They're moving to somewhere else.
It's not as big as Glastonbury or Coachella but I think it's just big enough so you won't feel suffocated.
We went on the first day of the festival so it wasn't as crowded yet although the camping site was already starting to look like tent city.
The grounds were still fairly spacious though

 The music started fairly early. Some bands I don't know, but all of them were quite good.

You had me at six.

 There were break times in between sets about half an hour for you to get re-hydrated and fed.
Haim was next but I just watched half of their show as although they were good but they weren't really my kind of music.

Pinoy din kaya sila? Shade din pag may time.

 Imagine dragons was the next band on the main stage. I thought I didn't know them but my friend said they're quite good so I went.

They were awesome. They were such a performer and so filled with energy.
Ta-ra-ta. Ta-ra-ta. Oh, How I Met Your Mother, I so miss you.

Ellie Goulding was next on stage then my highlight of the night, Ed Sheeran.
Biffy Clyro was the absolute headliner for that day and they did pull out all the stops for him - fireworks and confetti - but I went to see the other stages.
Plus, we had to catch something to eat so we had to give our spot. Well,  catch you next time Biff.

Setting up the stage

We were fairly close to the stage.

Amazing voice. Very talented, the only thing was it was very cramped near the stage. I could barely move. Definitely worth it though.

 We went to another stage to cap the day off (there were a couple of stages, btw)
Here is the back of Steve Angello's set.  It was actually getting cold as the night drew on but there were still a lot of topless people. I'm guessing when you're near enough the stage it gets warmer.
They were definitely not on any kind of drug. Definitely not.


I got a lanyard thingy - which all the cool people were wearing - so I know the time of the sets for each stage. They cost about 10 quid, proper expensive and overpriced but it was useful.

Ironically, it's their last year in Kinross (Balado) and it was just my first time but hey at least I saw them in Kinross. 

 There were a lot of simultaneous acts as there were a lot of stages. Why can't be at three places at once.

 Most important information from the map: loo, booze area, food and oh, yeah ..stage.

Phrase of the event: Here we, here we, here we f/**&%g go!
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Naga City tour at dawn

July 14th, 2014 No comments
NO sun yet but I was awake and I couldn’t go back to sleep. Usually, I do my brisk walking or cycling around five a.m. at sunrise. I looked out the window and except for the lamp post exuding a mood light of dim yellow: it was pitch black.
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Naga to host anew PCCL South Luzon elimination round

July 10th, 2014 No comments
Naga City has been chosen once again to host the Southern Luzon elimination round of the Philippine Collegiate Champions League on November 2-4, 2014 at the Jesse M. Robredo Coliseum.
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Panicuason corn farmer wins ‘Gawad Saka’ regional award

July 10th, 2014 No comments
Corn plantations have the reputation to thrive well in the upper barangays at the foot of Mt. Isarog , just a few kilometers away from the highly urbanized central business district of this city and thus provide more gainful employment to local farm hands.
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Naga joins nationwide celebration of Nutrition Month

July 3rd, 2014 No comments
The City Government of Naga, thru its City Nutrition Committee (CNC) and the City Population and Nutrition Office (CPNO), has lined up a series of activities highlighting its month-long celebration for this year’s 40th Nutrition Month which began last Tuesday, July 1, this year.
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If You Happen to Know Her

July 1st, 2014 No comments
You see, I’ve met her before, and if you happen to know her, please tell her. Please tell her that by this time tomorrow I would have already prayed for her a thousand sunny days and the shades from...

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