Sharing information about a childhood favorite – Angelica Bakeshop, Cebu

Blog Post Monday, March 31, 2014

I’ve always had a sweet tooth ever since I can remember, when I was aware what it was around me or what I ate that was so tasty that it made me smile so wide from my left to my right ear. when I wanted immediately some more to eat or that I would decide to return for more of the same.

I could already imagine my eyes wide open and my saliva dripping as I anticipated the next time I’d be back or when my late mother would give me a treat. What made it so exciting for me was that the shop was just across the street taking only a couple of minutes to reach from the compound where we used to live.

That was how near it was and still is till this day where everyone in the city could find the shop to buy any of their goodies. Especially my family, who doesn’t want to eat the delicious cakes at Angelica Bakeshop ? It’s reputation precedes it with customers repeatedly returning for more.

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Angelica Bakeshop Inc. is known for its high quality bakery products and customer service at prices which reflect real value since 1968

Ask an Airline Pilot: Why Do I Feel So Worn Out After a Flight?

Hello relatives, colleagues and friends, The blog is from the perspective of an experienced pilot. He explains the topic very well giving you some answers to some of your questions. Cheers !

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This is a question that I get asked by the most astute travelers: why do I feel physically worn out after a routine flight?

That’s a very good question, born of savvy observation among those passengers who fly often. And they’re right: flying has a direct physical impact on your body for very clear reasons, which I’ll explain. And–good news–there are some things a passenger can do to minimize many of these effects.

The culprit with the most insidious effect is one of the most obvious factors in your flight–and also the most underestimated, and that is, ALTITUDE. I’m only talking about the aircraft’s altitude indirectly, because what really affects you as a passenger is the cabin altitude.

The controlling factor in the cabin altitude is the the hull design of the aircraft. Because the pressure at altitude is a fraction of that at sea level, the aircraft’s pressure…

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Smile: Our New Emoticons Have Arrived!

This is great 🙂 I always thought these were already part of word press

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Fan of smileys? 🙂 We are. That’s why we just redesigned them to be cleaner, simpler, bigger, more expressive, and modern.

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These new smileys are actually vector graphics, so they’ll stay crisp if you zoom in on your page. They’ll also stay sharp on high-resolution mobile displays.

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To find out how to use an emoticon appearing in this post, just hover over it and you’ll see which characters produce it. We’re working on expanding our collection, so stay tuned for more smiley fun.

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If you’re not a fan of smileys, that’s okay! You can always turn them off and on in your dasbhoard under Settings  Writing. We hope you’ll have fun with these. Smile!

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Blog Post Monday, 18-Mar-2014: I’m still learning

Blog Post Monday, 18-Mar-2014: I’m still learning

But I’m making progress

As a matter of fact, I’ve been doing a lot of blog posts lately. I really wanted to see what the result would be when I create a new post, where the system would place it in my dashboard, the statistical information, what the available font features are, and so on.

Thus, essentially, I’m still in the learning stage to hone my blogging skills and to absorb all the possible experience into my psyche. Now I can visualize the great potential that blogging has for me, for anyone for that matter.

I can now see the big smile 😀 I have on my face because of blogging …

Blog Post Friday March 14, 2014: Why I was away for so long

Why I was away for so long

That was way back in 2012

I started this blog in 2012 and to be honest, I didn’t know what I would do with it. I was sort of “forced” into it.

Well, this is one time where having been forced to go into blogging, I may actually like it. Of course, I had my doubts, my fears and my anxieties. I didn’t know what to do or what I’d write about although there are probably a million topics available to choose from.

I’ve realized though that my fears and my anxieties were the result of my lack of blogging skills, and not only that, I was worried as to what the readers would say, they might criticize and thrash it. So, should I allow what others will judge me to run my blogging life? Why should I?

I haven’t done that in a very long time. I always felt that to be honest in my dealings with others was an attribute that I’d continue. I stood my ground against anyone. As a result there were people who’d feel uncomfortable with me around.  Some would even react aggressively against this perceived pride.

What then is the difference in blogging? At least I won’t have to look at the balls of their eyes when I voice my opinion unless I can see their profile picture.

Therefore, I’ll start from here and I’ve decided to keep the blogs here “family oriented” as differentiated from the other blogs I’ve simultaneously started which will be business oriented.

And I seek the Lord God’s guidance, blessing and grace as I embark on this new phase of my adult life here on Earth. 🙂