In a few days, this lovely couple will be getting married!! We are so happy for Bea that she finally met her match. I met Das early this year and was happy to find out the good news! Das told me they were childhood friends, then he left for the States and they had reconnected again when he got back.
We met Eunice during out last trip to Baguio! Mark and Neng introduced us to her. It started when Mark and Neng raved about her fresh homemade yogurt and I insisted I wanted to try it.
We were so lucky that Eunice was able to make some and we were able to try it! She brought this big tub of fresh yogurt which all of us loved!!!! Even Neng says that whenever she gives it to her friends, they all love it!! Some say it is like Greek yogurt!
A few months after, I received yogurt from Eunice and Neng and now it comes in smaller sizes! And it is now called YOLO!!! :-) We were discussing the term during out last trip in Baguio - YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE ( YOLO ) - so when I received it I was smiling!!
I have been telling Eunice to bring it to Manila and we have been trying to find a way. But meantime, if you are in Baguio or if you know someone who is coming home from Baguio - I suggest you order some yogurt from Eunice! It comes in 500 grams and 610 grams
Eunice’s family own a restaurant, Calajo, in baguio and she is now the one running it. She also offers her yogurt there. I suggest that if you place your order, contact her already even before going to Baguio to give her enough time to make it and prepare it. Contact Eunice at 0920-945-8559 or email at email@example.com
Heart2Heart was so thrilled to learn that Rama Co, the 15 year old son of our friends, Rombit and Maja Co, writes for the Philippine Daily Inquirer! I am sharing here, two articles which he wrote and you will see and read for yourself the talent he has!
Rama even has his own viewpoint on the Pork Barrel scam!
It’s no surprise where he gets his talent, from Mommy Maja who also writes very well! Sharing here three articles among many that she has written. Her column is called BEST OF CLASS talking about the Best of anything
Last November 2, My sister in law, Tina, celebrated the birthday of Sparkle! Thank you Yammy for the photos!
Tina has two chihuahuas - the other is Paloma ( next photo )
Sam the Schnauzer was invited too - the dog of my other sister in law Dina
Thank you to my cousin Marivic Poblador Pineda for sharing this at Heart2Heart! Another way to help all year round
Congratulations Tita Wing Del Prado and Ramon del Prado on your exhibit!!!
Around 35 years ago, Tita Wing del Prado had an exhibit in the same place and now she is back. She told me that she stopped painting when she had the kids But now that she has more time to spare, she is back to painting
Listen to Ramon and Tita Wing explain their work
or on wooden pieces
Ramon’s style s textures. He is into digital animation and he wanted to try another form of art. In 2007 he got his Fulbright scholarship in New York which enabled him to take his Masters in the School of Visual Arts. He then came home and was a consultant for The Commission on Information Communications Technology (CICT) teaching animation to public high schools around the country. He is now a freelance graphic designer and animator. He does some work with Tuldok Animation Studios to further enhance the Filipino animation industry to help our country preserve our culture through animation
Another project by the Negrese for Change Foundation ( NVC ) is the Start Right Live Bright Project
These beautiful ladies, Giselle and Camille, explained to me about Mingo You can buy Mingo at P 4.00 a pack which is good for a day already for a child. There are two flavors, regular and chocolate. Of course kids prefer chocolate Mingo was already existent before Yolanda came and they were using Mingo for relief in the past. All you need is water to mix with the powdered Mingo. Read more below
Another way you can help this Christmas is by buying Mingo cards for only P 250.00 and help in their feeding program
If you are looking for ways to help Yolanda victims, here is one very good way to be involved in the long term rebuilding and rehabilitation phase.
Tita Mariel Tolentino is one of the Board of Trustees of the Negrese Volunteers for Change Foundation, and now her daughters, Giselle and Camille plus Trina Genuino Borromeo are very active in helping out! Contact them if you would like to help out in this project