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Monday, December 31, 2012
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Pets were like human, they can feel the stress specially in the noisy times like this! Yes, pets can be traumatic when they hear noise and loud sounds from fire crackers.
I witnessed myself how my cute pet cat Macmac becomes so traumatic this night. Since many were now blasting firecrackers and making noise, I can feel his stress! He hides inside a small place like under my bed or in-between my cabinets or laptop table. He's so tame and too slow to move. He didn't even eat! He's so quiet and never even make 'meow!; I can feel his heart beating faster!
In times like this, we should take good care of our pets. Calm them. Let's put them in a place where less noise were heard. Comfort them!
In our case, we comfort Macmac! My brother sleeps beside him! We put him beside our soft pillow. Macmac is currently sleeping sound right now!
In making noise, let's also consider our pets! Now that we have our own pet Macmac, we are sympathizing them. We're concern about their feelings!
Pets are also friends and companions! Let's keep them! Let's take good care of them!
Happy New Year Everyone! (RCB)
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Hours to go and we will embracing the coming of another year. And during these times, different beliefs and superstitions were practiced by our family.
I really grew up with these beliefs every new year. And we follow these Filipino new year's practice to push away 'malas' and let the 'swerte' come in!
I list down some of the "Pinoy Pamahiin" every new year. Which of these do you follow and which are not?! I list them down in Filipino dialect:
1. Pagsusuot ng Polka Dots (my mom does).
2. Pagpapaputok (a big NO! But a big YES after new year or in ordinary times)!
3. Pag-kumpleto sa isang-dosenang prutas (a big quest to all of us to complete).
4. Pagpapagulong ng mga bilog na prutas (we laughed every time my mom does).
5. Pagsasabog ng mga barya sa lahat ng sulok ng bahay (then my brother steal it afterwards).
6. Pagpapa-apaw ng tubig sa balde (I wonder how much water was lost).
7. Pagtalon habang nagpapalit ang taon (well, it's not anymore applicable in my case).
8. Paglalagay ng bills sa wallet (I did even not in New Year).
9. Paghahanda ng marami sa hapag (we always do even not in New Year).
10. Pag-iingay ng todo in any means ( radio and kaldero will do)!
And of course, we stay in our home in welcoming the new year!
These are some of those practices I knew. What else can you add?! Do you also believe in those things listed?!
Happy New Year Everyone! 2013 Here It Comes! (RCB)
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2013 is fast approaching! Everyone is really busy preparing for foods or collecting fireworks or firecrackers to welcome the new year's eve!
Last night, we start preparing desserts for Media Noche. And I'll let you see our messy kitchen during the dessert preparation. Here are some of the photos:
|Mixing Buko Salad Delights!|
|Feeling Expert sa Dessert with Graham Crackers!|
We already bought a roll of Ube-Macapuno Cake and ice cream for the 12 Midnight's Dessert. But of course, the Media Noche dessert seems incomplete without the famous Buko Salad and Graham Home Made Frozen Cakes!
For the Graham, we made two flavors - the fabulous mango and the creamy buko! I've checked them in our freezer and they were all ready!
I'll update you guys with our other foods for tonight. For now, I'll go with my family to church to thank the Lord for all the blessings He gave for 2012! (RCB)