Archive for December, 2006
Celebrating the Christmas Season
Posted on: 27th of December 2006 | Under: Life & Love

This December, just like every year, was a very busy month for me. I love the Christmas Season, because it’s always a perfect excuse to make new “projects” and go around to run some errands.

Because I find it easier, I will make a semi-detailed sharing about my December (so far) in bullet form.

  • I love buying things for people. I enjoy surprising my family and friends with out-of-the-blue gifts. But Christmas is definitely the time of the year when people around me actually expect to receive something… because I’m always more eager to give! =P
  • I shopped for gifts pretty early this year. I was even done with most of my list before the first week of the month ended. I happily wrapped each of my presents… something that I really enjoy. And even volunteered to wrap my mom, dad, JR and my brother’s gifts! =P


Moleskine Love
Posted on: 16th of December 2006 | Under: Artsy Fartsy

I finally got my hands on my 3rd and 4th moleskines. Benedict delivered them to JR’s office early on in the week, but JR and I only saw each other again yesterday, so you could probably imagine how excited I was to see them.

I ripped the packaging as soon as I sat myself down at Starbucks!



The Best Christmas Gift
Posted on: 11th of December 2006 | Under: Life & Love

Meet Gucci, my new baby Shih Tzu.


As an early Christmas gift, my ever loving boyfriend bought her for me. :)


Graphika Manila
Posted on: 7th of December 2006 | Under: Geek Talk

I am no professional when it comes to graphic design, but I can say that it pretty much is a hobby that I enjoy very much. If you’ve known me online for a couple of years, you probably know what I mean. I was one of those people who used to change blog layouts every so often. I enjoyed learning new styles in Photoshop. And I even did the deisgn and layout of my batch’s yearbook in PSID all by myself!

Last Saturday, JR and I attended the first ever Graphika Manila, which was held in Mall of Asia. It was an entire day conference where noted designers (both local and international) came to share about their talents and love for graphic art.