So last Tuesday, I had my first Intravenous Therapy Training in a hospital around the metro. During break time I went out just so I could buy some water but then, a kid snatched my phone. It was really emabrassing and depressing (for my case tho). Is it true that kids nowadays are being taught how to snatch/steal things? This idea makes me sad. Why would they teach innocent young ones how to do such stuff with different techniques? Isn’t it immoral? It bothers me a lot. I wish the government could see how pitiful our country is when it comes to these matters. They focus to much on graft and corruption. Do they actually think focusing on this can lift up the country’s economic status and make each and everyone’s life better. And the other day, I heard about this new bill being passed to the court named “Anti-Selfie Bill” which protects the privacy of each and everyone by sueing those who take pictures, videos and voice recording without the other person’s consent. Do they actually think it’s really necessary at this moment. Ang daming mas malaking problema dito sa Pilipinas. Education, Poverty, Agriculture, Taxes and Salary. My goodness people wake up! Bring some sense into your minds! You were elected not to pass some bullshit but because we need someone who can make a big change for everyone!! Please.
Kitchen Conversations with David Guison courtesy of Oster Philippines and Pancake House
It has been 3 years since my last blog post. I got myself into a very busy life because of the course that I took. And since I’m already done studying, passed the boards and I have all the time in the world, I think I’m ready to start blogging about my life once again! YES!!!!
I have been an avid fan of David Guison for 4 years already. And by avid fan, meaning I’ve been stalking all of his blogposts, tweets and instagram posts ever since he started. Even though I was based in the province when I started following him, I never lost hope that one day I’ll be able to meet and chat with this awesome guy! All of my friends know that! :)
Last August 21, 2014, Oster Philippines and Pancake House organized an intimate event for David Guison, one of the top fashion bloggers in the country, and his six lucky readers (and I was one of them for pork’s sake!! AWESOMEE!!!!) for an afternoon of good food and fun conversations at the Miele Gallery in Mandaluyong City.
Feels like first day of school! Hahaha! :)
Oster is one of the leading cooking appliances in the world. They produce high quality machines that makes your food more delicious and easier to prepare.
Pancake House is a restaurant where they serve amazing pancakes (of course!! Haha!), waffles, pasta, breakfast, and other amazing delicacies that will make you crave for more! And you know what the awesome thing is? You can now actually bring Pancake House to your kitchen at home through their new “My Pancake House”. These are selected dishes that are packed which you can actually buy directly from the restaurant and serve it to your family and guests!!
Here is our menu for that afternoon!! Lamon makes me happy! That’s why I’m always hyper!
We started our kitchen conversations with David’s signature recipe, the #DGBlends
Next Recipe: Jalapeño Sloppy Joe Pizza! Yaaaahwzaaah!!
DALDAL ko naman pala! HAHAHAHA!
NEXT! Spicy Beef Tapa Sizzle and Sulipan de Hamon Fried Rice
Kwentuhan habang kumakain ng TAPA! :))))
I’m very happy that I have such talkative mouth because I was able to get know my co-readers and David as well like we’ve know each other like forever! Because of that, ito ang naging epekto samin!
BUT FIRST, LEMME TAKE A SELFIE!!!
And after that, we suddenly got ourselves hungry (AGAIN!) Haha!
Waaaaaah! We received giveaways as well from Oster Philippines and Pancake House!! AWESOOOME!!!
But this day won’t be complete without taking pictures with blogger-type poses! HAHAHA! :D
The Gangster and The Lashenggero — This is not a blogger pose. More of a party pose I guess! HAHA!
IT WAS SUCH A FUN FILLED AFTERNOON!! New friends, amazing conversations, great food and a memorable day! Being a fan of David is one of the most awesome things I did in my life! Thank you so much Oster Philippines and Pancake House for the opportunity and congratulations on the success of this event!! :D And big thanks to David Guison for not failing to make his readers smile!! YOU THE MAN BRO!!
To get to know more about David Guison, check out his blog at www.dgmanila.com
Follow him on his social media accounts!
Like Oster Philippines on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/osterinphl
Like Pancake House on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PancakeHousePhilippines
'Til next time my dear friends!
- K :)
Photo Credits to:
Ianne Go, David Guison, Oster Philippines and Pancake House
kevinpdevera is actually my name. It’s Kevin P. Devera. :)
It’s been a really hot week so me and my cousins decided to swim, relax and stay for the night at the Graceland Estates and Country Club. It is a 10-hectare development located along the eco-tourism of Tayabas City, Quezon. It features lots of nature-inspired activities and amenities that will surely amaze the entire family.
All of these photos really aren’t mine because my camera’s memory card got corrupted. I just got them so that I can continue blogging about our overnight summer vacation here at the country club.
This is the only photo I have left with my Ninang and other cousins. Poor me. :(
We really had fun even though we only stayed for a night. It feels good taking a break from all the stress of school and other homeworks and stuff!
*Photo credits to Angela Rea, Maris Rea, graceland.com.ph, and others*
We just finished eating lunch so we decided to wait outside the auditorium for our next class. Jekka and I got so bored so we decided to make fool of ourselves using MJ’s Blackberry after playing Temple Run on Dixie’s tablet.
We both ended up cleaning the leaves in front of the auditorium. We’re both crazy yesterday! Hahahaha! On our way home, we stopped over to eat at Dixie’s Tapsilogan then I accompanied her going home. =)
Last Friday, I accompanied my cousin, Krissa, together with her fam and our other cousins to her Cosplay event at the SM City Lucena. It was her first time so she was sorta bothered on what to do but the good thing is, she did pretty well and looked awesome with her costume!
Everyone! Meet Yuki Cross! She hates vampires (in case you don’t know her character. I don’t know the character either because the only anime shows I watch is Doraemon, Mojacko and Dragon Ball Z. LOL.)
I wasn’t able to finish the entire program because my friends way back in high school friends called me to meet up with them. We barely see each other due to our crazy schedules and our schools are way far from each other that’s why once in a while we try to keep in touch and meet so that we can catch up with each other.
They say that the greatest friends are the ones who are honest and accepts every single fact in your life. Well, I guess it’s true. We’ve been friends for 5 years already and still, our attachment to each other is as tight as a mountain. The secrets we keep are still kept until now. The moments we’ve share remains inside our hearts until now.
I treasure these friends of mine like family because as Lilo and Stitch said "Family means nobody is left behind or forgotten." I love you guys!
(Credits to Krissa Arceta and Noime Ayuma for the photos)