Safe upon the solid rock the ugly houses stand: Come and see my shining palace built upon the sand!

The Punta Fuego security force.

Have a safe week everyone!

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Taken at Amansinaya Resorts in Laurel, Batangas. 
This is Franco (in floaters) and Elon, sons of my officemates. My daughter has tantrums and she neither want to ride the boat nor to be taken pictures. When it was supposed to be her turn on the boat, she pushed me and ran away. I was left with these kids, my camera, and a little patience. Darn kid.

Happy Mellow Yellow Monday everyone.

Snapped this on my way to my aunt's house. This is Santan. Found in tropical areas, it is commonly known as West Indian Jasmine. The plant produces big bunches of tiny flowers. It’s scientific name is Ixora of the Rubiaceae Family. It comes in variety of colors ranging from red, yellow, orange, and white.


I have a daughter who loves artworks. I’m having a headache  when she starts to have them float around like a mess. She loves to cut and color and paste. And have them all displayed on table tops, cupboards, dressers, cabinets, and even at the stairs! Sometimes I’m thinking of having build a craft room for her where she makes her masterpieces and keep them there. Anyways, they really come out cute. Here’s what she called puppets displayed on the top of our TV.

My eldest daughter’s prescription eyeglasses were broken for the 4th time. This was the 3rd prescription glasses that I bought for her in 6 years. When she was 7 years old she has this condition called accommodative esotropia where in one of her eyes tends to go inward excessively that she needed to wear corrective eyeglasses to align her eyes. My daughter is 12 years old now and she’s farsighted. She always complained about being unable to read what’s written on the board at her class that’s why she’s always seated in the front row. I’ve been on the budget lately and buying new prescription eyeglasses for her is definitely another extra cost. I tend to check the internet looking for children’s glasses. I’m glad there’s Zenni Optical, the no. 1 online store that offers high quality and affordable prescription eyeglasses at a cost for as low as $6.95.

An array of eyeglasses varies from rimless, to full and half-rims, to sunshades and goggles. A wide range of shapes are available too. There’s round, aviator, oval, and rectangle and all of them comes in fun colors so there’s no way you’ll be having difficulties in choosing the style that suits your individuality. All of these prescription eyeglasses are made using the best materials and if the eyeglasses delivered to you are not the ones you have in mind, you can send them back and Zenni Optical will be very much willing for an exchange of items. Their superior product comes with superior service.

Skywatch Friday

The Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel just beside our office building.