Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: bottled water, climate change, Flow, flow documentary, saving the earth, saving water, water
We never know the worth of water till the well is dry. ~Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia, 1732
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Bridget Jones, Cathy Cartoon, Cathy Guiswite, Sex and the City
Before there was Sex and the City or Bridget Jones, Cathy Andrews was every woman’s favorite comic book character. I grew up reading her stuff, and I remember my cousin Chariz really loved Cathy too – so this post and this cartoon is for you Chariz!
On a side note: I honestly always pictured Cathy’s voice as lower than the one in the cartoon, but I’m still glad I found the cartoon special 🙂
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Animal Planet, Larry King Live, Sea Shepherds, Whale Wars
Larry King interviews the Sea Shepherd Crew of the Animal Planet series “Whale Wars”.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Comedy, Do Re Mi, Donna Cruz, Filipino Films, Mikee Cojuangco, Mikee Cojuangco Jaworski, Quality Filipino Film, Regine Velasquez
I honestly don’t know how I went from Hugh Laurie to finding my coach on Youtube, but I’m glad I did. I remember actually seeing snippets of this film a long time ago as a kid, when I didn’t know Mikee yet. I honestly had a lot of fun watching this film and I’m glad I found it on Youtube. I used to see her in Polo when I was younger, and she would always greet me with a smile. She treats people with respect no matter what upbringing she had, being from a well-to-do family and having the fame as an actress with a successful show on TV, as well as bringing the Asian Games Gold to our country.
It’s a pleasure having gotten to know her so well, because she’s really a wonderful person: she’s funny, down to earth, and a great person to talk to about anything. I am so glad to have a wonderful coach like Mikes, and it’s great to see an old film of hers, as I was so happy to see how she acted before – and I’m honestly not being bias here – but she’s really really good! It’s great to see some of her work, because I’ve never really known her showbiz side and I know she’s worked hard for a lot of things and really put her heart into her acting.
Now, I have a fantastic mentor, a great coach and most of all, a great friend. Kevin and I love her! Have a looksie, I wish there were more quality films like this around! =D
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Cartoon, Christopher Lee, Jeff Bridges, Mia Farrow, The Last Unicorn, Unicorns
I’ve been searching everywhere for a dvd copy of The Last Unicorn. This cartoon brings back fond memories, and sad ones. I remember crying through this whole cartoon, most especially when she was turned into a human! Oh, my heart broke because I used to dream of being a horse! Haha, I was a weird kid. But most of all, the saddest memory I have of this is the person who introduced me to this cartoon is no longer with me. So this post is for you, thanks for filling my childhood with a lot of laughter and all these fond memories. You will be missed.