Monthly Archives: October 2008

Where to Go for the Tricks and Treats

First, Halloween Treats at Ayala Malls, particularly, Glorietta.

All Hallow’s Eve comes to spooky life at Glorietta
Jack-O-Lantern Photo Station
Glorietta 3 Park October 20-31

Halloween Fun Craze
Activity Center October 31
10AM to 6PM

Park Trick or Treat
Glorietta 3 Park October 31
12NN-2PM and 4-6PM

Call Glorietta Concierge at 752-7272

Second, Celebreate Halloween in Style at The Podium.

Halloween Masquerade Ball
The Atrium Oct 31, 1PM
Be ready for a chilling Halloween as ghosts and ghouls come haunting. Thrilling surprises await those who come in the most attractive costumes.

Third, It’s Skelf-Time at Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall.

Oct 30
Be spooked by their charm as you watch HALE perform at the Entertainment Center.

Oct 31
Join the “Hook Halloween Pirates Invasion”
Kids 12 years old & below must register at the mall’s Cutomer Service Booth Phase 3 upon presentation of proof of purchase of a pumpkin pail from the Department Store or Planet Toys, A registration fee of Php50 for participants who purchased their pails in the previous years. See posters for details.

Last but not the least is the Haunting Thrill at Discovery Shores Boracay.

All Hallow’s Eve this Oct 31
Trick or Treat for Kids at 4PM
“Monster House” at 7PM for both in-house and walk-in guests. For Php350/person (children and adults), guests are in for an exciting treat.
Exciting prizes await guests wearing the Best and Most Clever Halloween costumes.


An invitation: If you know of any Trick or Treat event, leave the details as comments below. Who knows you might win a trick or a treat! 😉

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Ferragamo Celebrates 80 Years of Style

Last Wednesday, October 22 at the Peninsula Manila Hotel, Ferragamo unveiled its latest collection, which coincides with their 80th year in the business. The highlight of the night was Ferragamo’s, through its local distributor Store Specialists, Inc., Php2M donation to the Philippine Red Cross. The event was co-sponsored by Citibank and Citigold.

Ferragamo’s latest collection features the neutral trend: shades of white and dark gray, metallics, and design and style depicting the classy, luxurious, and sophisticated Ferragamo brand. The “Varina” shoes look like a killer but appears comfy and classy. The bags are softly structured in hide of leather, Gancio clasp, origami in Hayers calf and calf, pony kid, and ginger calf leather, and are still on the metallic side. The men’s collection give that black-tie effect for daytime, all in matte and accessories in glossy calfskin and ostrich.

Wow I didn’t know if they really used the mentioned animals’ skin for those!

It was my first time to attend a fashion show of that magnitude. I was a bit starstruck, but came out of it whole and well more fashion conscious. Thanks to my BFF Agnes for tagging me along. :)

See the show through the photos.

Bulacan Pilgrimage – 2nd Stop: San Agustin Parish Church, Baliwag

After visiting The National Shrine of Divine Mercy in Marilao, we headed for the San Agustin Parish Church in Baliwag.

The Parish Church of San Agustin is striking not only for its massiveness but also for its lofty and airy bell tower. The facade is said to be baroque. It has two levels topped by a triangle pediment. The huge, unharmonized relief at the lower portion of the belfry was only a latter addition that entailed covering up the circular window.

Unfortunately, the facade is marred by a huge portico that blocks a good view of the church. The church is showing its age, too. The stones and bricks appear to be pulverizing and disintegrating. Also the presence of beggars and street waifs somehow spoil the area.

Also, we were not able to take photos as the church was dark and was being prepared for a wedding.

Check out the photos.

Legs, legs, legs mo ay nakakasilaw!

My first entry to Creative Lens photo assignment, September, Week 5. A raw, unedited photograph of one of my powerful body parts.

I say powerful because they have many uses:

* I use them to move about and be of service to everyone.
* I use them to kick to protect myself and my loved ones.
* They support me when load is temporarily put on my shoulders.
* I use them to twirl around and give in with abandon to any rhythm.
* In moments of unbridled passion, I can intertwine them with those of my man.

Well, friends and family would always say, “Legs, legs, legs mo ay nakakasilaw!:)

Bulacan Pilgrimage – 1st Stop: National Shrine of the Divine Mercy

The Holy Eucharist Parish of Moonwalk Paranaque is celebrating its Silver Jubilee. One of the church activities is a pilgrimage to Bulacan churches.

So last Saturday, my whole family joined the pilgrimage. Our first stop was The National Shrine of the Divine Mercy in Sta. Rosa 1, Marilao, Bulacan.

Since early 1990s, more than 300,000 devotees of the 3 o’clock Habit have flocked to the Shrine. The main altar features the life-sized painting of the Divine Mercy. The images of the Seven Archangels are included in the main altar. At the lower part of the Shrine and situated at the back, is the Grotto of Our Lady of Fatima. There is also an Adoration Chapel, which houses the painting of the Last Vision of Fatima. Adjacent to it is the so-called “Rosary Hill.” The 15 mysteries and the 14 stations of the cross help people experience conversion, healing, and a deeper relationship with God.

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