I've been interested in the Japanese language since I was in elementary. Why? How? I watch anime since I was in grade two (2). I remember watching Cardcaptor Sakura, Clamp School Detectives, Naruto (like that episode when Sasuke was kidnapped or taken by Orochimaru, haha!) and Ghosts at School (if you are familiar) and more. … Continue reading Summer Activity: Let’s Learn Nihonggo!
mochi is a japanese snack or dessert made from glutinuous rice. Somewhat like our bilo-bilo in the Philippines. ❤ After a long day's work, you feel tired, with pain all over and you just want to put your feet up and lie down. I do. I have been feeling shoulder and back pains for months, … Continue reading Relaxation: My body feels like mochi
We were blessed enough to be introduced to a restaurant that serves authentic Pampangeño food made from scratch. Let me walk you through. The drink: Pandan cold tea. Refreshing, healthy and sweet. Rating: ❤❤❤❤ (Ratings are from 1-5 ❤) Pakbet rice. Paella style rice with veggies that are found in the Ilocano dish, pinakbet, topped … Continue reading Food: A gastronomic journey through Pampanga cuisines
Good morning, Lubao, Pampanga! Pampanga (Philippines) is know for its annual Balloon Festivals. There was one held last February in Clark and another one held in Lubao last March. I was able to witness the one in Lubao. Lubao is about an hour drive from Clark. The venue in Clark is a lot wider than … Continue reading Travel: Pampanga’s Balloons!
Hi! This is your heart nurse. Heart nurse you may ask. I am a nurse but I am not working on the wards. I am assigned in a special area / unit where in it focuses only on the heart and blood vessels. We perform heart (cardio) related procedures like ECG (electrocardiogram), 2D Echocardiogram and … Continue reading Your Heart Nurse