O ano… masaya ka na?

Hiram ko lang po itong LINK. Pero yung saya at ligaya, hindi… 😉

powerpoint show “Senti ni Tatang”

Napasilip lang habang nagko-computer itong si misis… Balik na po uli ako sa pagpe-FRAME, medyo natambakan ako eh… 😳 Yung mga comments nyo sa previous post ko, saka ko na sagutin. Salamat sa inyong lahat.

And… by the way ‘mine’ — say my Happy birthday to your Bentong! Wala ka bang ipo-post ngayon? 😛

slideGod bless you all !!! 😀 😀

Published in: on 9 February 2008 at 12:00 pm  Comments (5)  
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Si Lolo at si Lola

Walang PINOY dito sa ‘Pinas na hindi alam ang kantang ito:

“Lo…!

Mabuti pa kayo… ni Lola! ♫

Namulat sa matitinong bisyo…!” ♪

Isa yan sa mga nag-hit na reggae ni Joey Formaran, ang singer na mas kilala sa pangalang “Blakdyak.”

Hindi niya ako fan, naalala ko lang — Kasi mga hamsters kong senior citizen ang kwento ko ngayon, at nagkataon pa na ang mga dagang ito ay anak ng namayapang HAMSTER ko na pinangalanan kong BLAKDYAK.

Tatlo ang matatandang hamsters ko dito ngayon: sina Isnowitwit, Isnobol at Ispidbol. Pero for a special feature, next post na lang ang BUNSONG LOLONG si Ispidbol. Bago malagas ang dahon ng araw na ito sa kalendaryo, lalabas yan ngayon, mamayang gabi siguro…

Minwayl, yung kambal muna ang ikukwento ko — isang lolo at isang lola, pero hindi mag-asawa. Pareho na silang byudo at byuda.

Granduncle in “Bahay ng mga Kuya” (25 Nov 2007)

The hamster is Isnobol (Snowball). The homecage was named after the Harurendilayk brothers Blakdyak, Bebong and Bugoy. The noisy wheel (yung parang gulong ng pison) was named “Arrowangkada”, after Arrow, the late husband of Isnowitwit.

Isnobol is my most patient hamster. He can be handled in almost any way. Maski lapirutin mo pagmumukha pag hawak mo, hindi nagpipilit kumawala, hindi nangangagat.

Grandma in hamster playpen (22 Nov 2007)

The hamster is Isnowitwit Kotonbol (Snowitwit Cottonball) in the unfinished hamster playpen. She was named so because she was round and fluffy when she was young.

In her senior days, Isnowitwit is still active and strong. She is, in fact a great grandma already. My youngest hamsters Syma and Amboy are her great-grand-offspring.

Parehong puti ang buhok ng dalawang matandang yan, pero hindi uban. Talagang puti na sila maski nung mga beybi pa — albino hamsters kasi, ahehe.

🙂 😀 😆

O… ano pang hinihintay nyo? Iyon lang… tapos na! Kwits. Wakas. Period. Tuldok! dot. com. Fin. The end.

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The prodigy son’s return

Mocha Rurik was a light brown male, one of the three first-born sons. At the age of two months he left with his sister-wife Bebang II for Angono to live with my in-laws. They sired offspring there, all given for adoption.

On the 10th month of their stay there, Bebang II died of a trauma. She escaped being devoured by the household cat, but the cat’s bite inflicted a fatal fracture on her spine. Mocha, wanting to forget this sad memory of her, returned to the land of his forefathers and was reunited with his parents and the twin. He was later married to Snowy (of the third litter) but she gave birth to stillborn offspring.

Mocha was the sensitive and nervous type. But even when he gets startled by my handling him, he just turns over his body snappily, pressing his snout firmly against my hand, unwilling to bite. He was a very patient hamster.

2005-05-10 (Mocha Rurik) 2005-05-13 (Mocha Rurik) 1 2005-05-13 (Mocha Rurik) 2

What made him extraordinary were his acrobatic skills and ingenious ways of wheel-turning. Though he was very cautious, he was not scared to climb and jump from high places. This I never allowed because his dauntless character could harm him.

He lived to a ripe old age of over 28 months. When he died, he got no son to succeed him, but his grandnephew Berio (fourth generation) was there for his funeral.

A hanging bridge that will span the gap between the pension house and the tower will soon be built, bearing the name of this one great and mighty hamster.