Archive for February, 2013
It’ amusing to see this shout on a a local facebook group. Amusing but true!
For the past weeks, the local residents of our city has been terrified with killings, hold-ups and robbery. It has taken the lives of in of innocent and decent human beings> I ahve yet to confirm with Ms. Maybelle Roa who was shot upon entering their house was the same Ms. Roa who is an employee of Caritas Health Care. I guess I should get my newly bought policy to check this out.
Lsst saturday, a junkshop was robbed with P170,000 cash in broad day light. Last week an innocent and good samaritan was shot dead while helping two students robbed in one corner in NAzareth subdivision this city. This week, two british nationals together with a Filipino were killed and their body were thrown in a cliff after being robbed with a big cash just withdrawn from a western union outlet.
Whew! What’s our government doing with this crime soaring high in our city?
My sister surprised me with a Christmas gift she said would bolt me up from my chair. We would often make jokes with each other when she calls us during her free time at work. She’s been in the U. S. for twelve years now and we missed here a lot. When the package she gave us arrived, I was surprised to see a Citizen Eco drive watch she bought for me. I know that it was very expensive as I’ve seen watches like TAG Heuer that were quite elegant time pieces worth of their prices. But thanks to my dear sister who is so thoughtful to us. God bless her and keep her always.
At the height of the construction of our Church building, our contractor ordered setup studs as part of the materials needed. I couldn’t quite understand what it was until I saw them doing the welding jobs. I’m not so familiar with many construction materials but I would love to know their uses and increase my knowledge in construction works. I and my wife supervised the construction works representing the administration office of the church. After a year, we saw the monument of God’s faithfulness and the legacy we could hand down to our children and their children’s children. Today, after 10 years, the church building remains a reminder of God’s hand guiding us and leading us through all these years. Great is His faithfulness indeed.