Monthly Archives: November 2011

Fashion Jewelleries

I started to love fashion jewelleries when I was in grade school. I have a cousin who I share the same first name with, and she is good at making fashion jewelleries, from earrings to bracelets and necklaces. She used to give me different style of fashion jewelleries as gifts so I kind of getting the hang of wearing them every day. I wore different necklaces and earrings for different occasions, and sometimes I wear them depending on my mood or in my outfit.

But there is one thing that I would really love to have because it never goes out of style and it is always fashionable to wear and that is diamond necklaces. Yes, I know that they are quite expensive compare to the ones I have, I think the most expensive necklace I ever own is my gold-chained necklace, but I would really love to own one in the near or far future.

As of now, I will be contented wearing my fashion jewelleries to different events that I go to,  I know if I could afford to have my dream diamond necklace, I could wear it with pride paired with a black long gown.

Monastery of Transfiguration

If there is one thing that is Holy about Bukidnon that is the Monastery of Transfiguration in Malaybalay Bukidnon. The place is so solemn that most of the schools prefer to have their students’ recollections in that place. Guests and visitors can have breakfast with the monks at the Monastery every first sunday of the month, I guess, or I should ask them again about it because I am not so sure if it is first or second Sunday of the month.
Most of the people I know who lives in Bukidnon had their weddings at the Monastery of Transfiguration. I have attended 5 weddings in the church I believe and the last one was just last month.

I even thought of having my wedding in the said place too. Aside from the fact that it is a good venue to make my promise of love to the one God has chosen for me, it has also a beautiful scenery.

If ever you visit Bukidnon or perhaps you took the road from Cagayan de Oro to Davao City, take a left turn at San Jose, Malaybalay Bukidnon and visit the Monastery of Transfiguration. Get to know God at the most silent place you could ever visit.

Traveling Tips for US Visitors

Traveling in the US is a wonderful experience for every person who wanted to unwind from work and stress. This gives us feelings of relaxation, enjoyment and thrill upon visiting various tourist spots within the country. Furthermore, we are also comforted by the ambiance and hospitality of the US citizens. However, traveling has never been safe. There is always a room for accidents, which can be very tragic.  According to the US government, accidents, hospitalization, deaths, injuries and other human tragedies are very common and prevalent in US consular offices. And these catastrophic incidents can be very costly for travelers and visitors. To prevent these, you, as a traveler, must be vigilant in scrutinizing your own safety while traveling.

First, you must secure a visitor insurance usa. This insurance plays a crucial role in your finances in case you meet an accident during your stay. This insurance basically covers all the possible expenses compounded by the accident. This means that visitors who do not have travel insurance are liable to pay their own medical treatments and other bills, which is very costly. Thus, it is your responsibility to organize your own travel insurance and check for various circumstances, which are not covered by it.

Second, gadgets which are used as means of communication such as mobile phones should always be brought anytime, anywhere. This serves as your gateway to contact hotlines, or friends in case you are in a desperate situation.

Third, extra money should be secured at all times upon traveling to different places. Money is very handy and useful in any difficult situations. It serves as a medium and an access to various things, which are helpful. Thus, bringing “enough” money is not really advisable, most especially when you are a first-time traveler or visitor in the US, with no acquaintances or friends to guide and accompany you to the place.