Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Good News!

I really thought I would be idle from work for the whole summer but thanks to God I received a very timely text from a colleague that there's a need for an additional teacher for the Basic AutoCADD Summer Class with the students from Bukidnon State University-main campus. I've been handling BSU students way back 2008 and now I am back! Indeed many students were enrolled that they cannot be accommodated for just one section so they have to be divided. I was tasked by my colleague to do the splitting of students. As a result, we'll be handling 34 students for each section, not bad at all-just good enough for the available computers in our CAD Laboratories. 

I am so excited to handle students from Bukidnon again. I know they are still adjusting to CDO's climate considering that they have colder weather there compared to here. I know as well that it would be a challenging session with them. When asked if they have any background with AutoCADD subjects their answers are all negative. Good thing most of them knew the basic computer operation like booting and shutting down...

It's going to be a long and busy month for me! God bless me!

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Monday, April 15, 2013

Carpe Diem!

I am a teacher and I taught in one of the prestigious universities in Cagayan de Oro City, the Mindanao University of Science and Technology (MUST). Just like any other universities, MUST also has its shares of flaws however if what you are looking for is a university that promotes quality training and teaching at affordable cost, I bet, MUST is the best option.

I earned my degree here (Mindanao Polytechnic State College back then) in 2002. I took Bachelor of Technician Teacher Education major in Architectural Drafting.  During my college days, the tuition fee was still at 25PhP per unit. In my four years of residency, it was always my goal to pass all my subjects and with so much effort and dedication, I finished College with no failing grades. I am just an average student and I terribly hate Math subjects. I even find it difficult as well to pass the Chemistry and Physics (and all other subjects that deals with numbers and formula). I remembered once, Calculus was being offered as an elective subject and I was being challenged by my classmates to take the subject. So I replaced Rizal with Calculus. However, during the first day of class when asked by our Instructor if we really want to take the subject or otherwise has to withdraw it before she got hold of our class card. Without second thought, I was the first to withdraw my class card and change it back to Rizal. My classmates were shocked with my decision. Like what I have said, I really hate numbers but with my goal, I doubled my effort in passing all those required Math subjects and everything was worth it though it is not really that highJ.

Now that I became a teacher, I could see myself in some of my students. But I was just saddened with the fact that some of those whom I have handled were not really that serious on their studies. They were not even alarmed to get failing grades. Just for this past second semester alone, I’ve computed lot of failing remarks. Their easy-go-lucky attitude, lack of dedication and poor study habits contributed much to their failures. I must say, I did my best in reprimanding them yet I even came to the extent of considering them even if they don’t deserve any consideration at all. I pity those parents who labored hard just to send their children to school. And it is disheartening to think that such students don’t take their studies seriously as they should be. I also pity those students who are serious enough yet they need to stop because their parents could not afford to send them to school anymore. That is why I appreciate those students who work and study at the same time, especially those who still manage to get good grades despite their busy schedule.

For the incoming freshmen, college life would be a whole lot different from high school life. Your scholastic records greatly influence your future, so always seize the moment! Aim higher and never settle for less! Don’t make failure as an option. Avoid it while you can. Enjoy life as a student but always see to it that such enjoyment won’t hamper your future.

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Saturday, April 13, 2013

I Won Bandals Footwear from Res Toe Run!

Winners: CDO Bloggers Basic Blogging and Social Media Promotion
I bet you have read my my post about the Basic Blogging and Social Media Promotion that I have attended barely a month ago which was sponsored by CDOBloggers, Inc. Like what I have told you, the post that gets more FB likes will be awarded! There were only five of us who actually joined (Out of more or less 15 participants-well, thanks to them for paving the way LOL). I landed on the third spot and I won nothing less but a sandal from Res Toe Run! Oh I so really love it!

Check this out!

And the sweet result!

Thanks to all the generous sponsors, especially Res Toe Run!Like their Facebook page and see more of their available footwear!

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Saturday, April 6, 2013

Capturing Cherished Moments

Wedding is a dream- come- true for most women. In fact, if the man proposes marriage, his partner might find it quite hard to believe. Why? Because the lifestyle trend nowadays is that couple chose to live under one roof first before exchanging marriage vows as a sort of trial to gauge their compatibility; thus, wedding seems just a “last option” to some. However, women who valued the solemnity of marriage insisted otherwise.

When my ex-boyfriend (now my hubby) proposed to me, it feels like I was in Cloud Nine. I know it doesn’t ends there but the fact that he is going to marry me, I was very happy! The preparation wasn’t that easy. There are lots of things to consider from major to minor wedding details. It is tiresome yet it is worth the effort. It is already in the instinct of every bride-to-be to make their wedding memorable enough. Talking about memorabilia, wedding photography is one of the things that should be considered the most during the preparation. Like what others are saying, wedding is a once-in-a- lifetime event though you have the option to renew the vows during significant anniversaries. However, the first exchange of vows is what matters the most.

In choosing a wedding photographer, opt for the professional one. Choose somebody who could deliver a superb output just like Halifax wedding photography (see sample below). From pre-nuptial photos to the big day, every moment should be captured well. Wedding Photography Halifax promises to deliver the kind of output that will surely last for a lifetime. After all, treasuring cherished moments through photographs is one of the greatest gifts that one could ever have.
courtesy of Nick Sumner photo
-Halifax Wedding Photography

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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Headbutt Challenge...

I just want to share the pic of my son with his Tita Chrisanne who loves to challenge him for a head butt fighting LOL...

This was taken during our Family Camp :)

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Monday, April 1, 2013

Another Quarter of Ordeals...

March 2013 is finally over and here comes April... First quarter has gone and we are about to face another quarter...
Yeah, me and my family have just gone from a Family Camp, and it was a fun-filled experience, first time for my baby to have a long distance travel. Now we are back to reality, the realities of life on which you have no other option but to face it. I am seeking for a summer job, I don't want to stay idle for the whole summer. I am also crossing my fingers for new opportunity. My online sidelines seems too scarce this days and I have to look for another option. But I am hopeful that God will still provide ALL our NEEDS, especially my baby's needs....
You might have some ideas to share just feel free to comment below... 


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