The Stunned Cat

When I look at this photo, I always get to remember the beautiful tarsiers in Bohol, Philippines. I mean, look at that cat on the picture. Eyes so big like it’s bulging and the pose! Oh, crazily lovely!

Look at this one! He really looks like that cat. The way he poses and looks into the camera. Indeed they’re both cute!


Either way, cats are very loyal too. I think they could ALSO be named, called, recognized, or even labeled as MAN’S BESTFRIEND. 😉


The stunned cat

Our family cat named Winlove was always camera ready for taking pictures. I think he was surprised at this moment that’s why it turned out to be like this. It’s like a candid moment of him and I’m invading his privacy. What i love most is his big rounded eyes and soft fur. We are very good friends and it’s always been been a bliss playing him with my sisters. It’s been eight months since we found him outside our home. There is this quote that i read flash into my mind at this very minute. “In nine lifetimes, you’ll never know as much about your cat as your cat knows about you.”

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More Than A Rockstar

I Rock More Than a Rockstar

This is my offcial entry to the t-shirt design contest for the Avril Lavigne Foundation.

The design features a tagline, “I rock more than a rockstar.” This represents the self-acceptance, pride, eagerness, motivation and self-esteem of every person with disability (PWD). That this person can proudly show the world how productive he or she can still be despite of his or her limitations in life. Also, I put five characters on it. The blind, mute, deaf and the physically-disabled. These represent the common types of disabilities and all of them wear a happy face which symbolizes undying “hope”.

I’ve been an avid fan of Avril since I was a child. I would like to continue supporting her as well as her foundation. LSP


Always Learn To Love Your Job


I just missed working here! This is a McDonald’s store in Laguna, Philippines. Since April, I was able to work here as a part-time service crew. At first I had a second thought and some skepticism that it could affect me as a student. But then, I realized I need to earn money. I would want to help my parents too when it comes to the expenses. These days, me and my family were having a finacial crisis and I couldn’t help it. So that’s why demanded to get into this job.

I am 17 years old, turning 18 in October, by the time I was hired. That day was a blast! I was really happy that finally I am able to earn a living. On that point I also realized that before you can work in McDonald’s you must first enter in the hole of a needle. It was a long process. I always thought that working with this kind of job (service crew) is just simple. That everytime I go to a fast-food restaurant I always think that what they’re doing is so easy to do and anyone can have that job whenever they want to. But I was really wrong. When I started in the first week, I almost gave up. There are so many customers and I was like, “Oh my God! When could we have only few customers? ” I really realized that this job is not just a simple job. But I get to love this job then. It was 100% fun here! And especially when I got to be working in the kitchen. 

But being a working student was not for me. I really found it hard to maintain my time for work and for my studies. After two months, I resigned. I still didn’t want to but I had to. It was never my regret to leave. What I would really miss is the friendship within my co-crews, managers, and of course our valued customers. I really felt blessed when I worked here. I learned to give importance to money. I learned that if there’s a team, there must always be teamwork to achieve the team’s goal. And most of all, there is the “values” that had always been part of my everyday life now. Working with McDonald’s is such an honor. “Working” as the same time “learning.” I am very proud I’d been with the McDo family 🙂

Everyday I always put this in mind. Folks, we mustn’t only remember it, thus, apply it!

“If you work just for money, you’ll never make it, but if you love what you’re doing and you always put the customer first, success will be yours.” -Ray Kroc