The Coldest Time Of The Year

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“Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home”, says the known British poet and critic, Edith Sitwell. This special period of the year between autumn and spring reminds people of how much worth a home has and of how much value a shelter offers. Definitely, you would love to stay home due to the cold temperature that takes them back to reality and admit the truth that as human beings, your physical beings have limitations, therefore not extraordinary heroes with super powers who can resist the cold temperature all throughout the day. Heavy clothes such as jackets and any other apparel, gloves and mittens to protect the extremities of the body are in truly demand for this time of the year.

Experiencing this season does not imply unproductive activities. Reading books, writing, and the basics like having a conversation with loved ones with a cup of coffee can be a perfect partner for this special moment, especially when they are on the living room and having fireplace around. Not only heavy clothes apparel can help keep the body warm but most importantly in your own homes, having a fireplace would spell a difference. When you like your fireplace to be customized with the best mantel such as what Ageewoodworks  offers, you can always have your own choice. Here, rest assured that products are of high quality, plus you can always customize it to perfectly blend with the interior of your home. Again, creativity counts! So You do not have to be futile while on this coldest time of the year.


Amazing Gift from Fairy Hobmother

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AMAZING because I have been visited by Fairy Hobmother among the millions of blogs in the worldwide web!

AMAZING since he let me choose among his Fairy overloads at www.appliancesonline.co.uk or $$$ Paypal Cash!

AMAZING!All you have to do is leave a comment on this post with your blog URL where you want him to visit and follow him on twitter at @fairyhobmother.

AMAZING Indeed!


Kumbira 2012

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The Cagayan de Oro Hotel and Restaurnt Association (COHARA) will once again sponsor KUMBIRA, an annual culinary competition and show on August 15, 16 & 17, 2012 at the Atrium of Limketkai Center, Cagayan de Oro City. It’s now on its 16th year and the event has taken a new concept promoting fun with its theme, “EATS MORE FUN IN KUMBIRA” (in support to the tourism industry’s “It’s more fun in the Philippines” tagline). The show is in line with the city’s 62nd charter day celebration.
As a member of CDO Bloggers, I am was emailed a copy of the list of activities of the 3-day steaming culinary activities like the various food beverage competition, cooking demonstrations, industry seminars, and trade exhibition on hotel and restaurants equipment. The event organizer expressed that they are aiming to raise funds for the livelihood projects of ‘Typhoon Sendong’ survivors at different relocation sites.

I am very much excited to be with some in this food tasting event and to see the latest food equipment on demo. I hope to see some Proctor Silex products in the show. Why Procter Silex among other manufacturers? Because the company had many firsts in the industry : the first silent toaster, first electric glass coffeemaker, first cord-attached iron, first toaster oven/broiler, first pop-up toaster/toaster oven, first adjustable automatic iron, first snap-apart line of serviceable kitchen appliances, and first see-through steam iron water tank. Procter Silex has 50 years of history in the appliance business. Actually, we have various kitchen tools and appliances in our ancestral home . Guess what? They are still working up to this moment. According to my mom, the company has a long-standing commitment to quality that is why it is known world-wide. Now, I am thinking to buy  one of the Procter Silex Slow Cookers and blenders.

For more information of th event. Contact the secreatariat at [email protected] or [email protected]


Back to Zero after 16 years

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Six months after we transferred to our ancestral home we are still buying things to replace all we’ve lost during the typhoon that struck our place and destroyed almost everything we have. From the kid’s beds, clothing, kitchen utensils, T.V. set, T.V. stand, computer set, cd racks, to our own bed for the master’s bedroom. We really have to adjust to the idea of starting all over again after the 16 years of hard work and acquiring things for our home. We have to accept the fact that all things are just temporary. We could not dwell on what happened and cry over things we’ve lost. But we could always be thankful that all of us are still alive and can start a new beginning with each other and our God on our side. Thank You Lord!