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My Packing Suggestion

When I posted on facebook about being a Red Cross volunteer, I received positive comments from my friends who want to give their time and effort to the victims of the Typhoon Yolanda. I am a volunteer for two days now and I noticed that many Philippine Red Cross headquarters are getting more volunteers for manpower but less goods. 

We visited DSWD in Pasay City last November 12, 2013, but we were unable to help them because their headquarter is small and a lot of manpower from the volunteers were there, so we went to Red Cross Mandaluyong City but since we’re done with repacking for the last two days, so we loaded those goods to the trucks. After loading, we tried to do something else just to help, but still we don’t have goods to pack.

So here’s my suggestion: Why not DSWD approach Philippine Red Cross (vice versa) and help each other. Since DSWD has more goods and manpower but less space, why not sharing those goods to available Red Cross centers that don’t have the goods. And also, PLEASE OPEN MORE SATELLITE centers for repacking. This weekend, expect for more volunteers so WE NEED MORE centers.

Philippine Red Cross

Today is November 12, 2013 - this was my second day as a volunteer of Philippine Red Cross. So, after packing the goods and put in the sack, its time to put it inside the cargo truck. Look, the volunteers were really giving their best to help, while I was just staring to them. Since there were a lot of volunteers in this location, we decided to go to DSWD Pasay City, I was with Te Sha. But unfortunately when we're already on coastal road, I received an update that DSWD is not allowing more volunteers. So, we went back to first location and helped them.

I donated my time for the Victims of Yolanda

I celebrated my birthday last November 7, thursday, and I was at the office that time with my new office mates. November 8, 2013, Friday - the super typhoon Yolanda hit the provinces in the Visayas. Some provinces were in Signal No. 4, which is the strongest typhoon signal. A lot of provinces in the said region were affected by the typhoon; as a result they lost everything including lives and ways of communication. Please check the photos below:

Kojie San Men

I was browsing my photo files in my laptop when I saw these pictures. These pictures were taken during the Kojie San Men product launching at 7th High, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig or Makati City - I don't know, this issue is still under hearing at the court. Anyways, I was invited in this event because I won a blogging competition and two movie tickets for "Taken 2" at Shangri-La Cineplex. 

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Holiday season is the most awaited season of the year. Here in the Philippines, this season starts early; from September up to January of next year. This season is the perfect time for picnic, parties, food and of course wine; as it blends the taste to our tongues. Wine gives a huge impact in building relationship with your friends, family and loved ones during your conversation.

Aside from holiday season, traveling is the best way to enjoy life. In this interest you can enjoy both the tourist spots and native delicacies served with delicious wines. Wine can add up an amazing experience where ever you are; regardless of your province, city and country.

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