Happy Birthday, Sissy!!!

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Birthday Greeting

Hello! :)

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Haven’t had the chance to update my blog 😦 I have to update soon! Some updates I need to blog about 1) Althea’s visit to Posh (blog winner) 2) Sachi’s dentist visit 3) Work! 4) New ride 5) Disney Live! 6) Foodies -Outback & Army Navy 7) Birthday & Despedida =)

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Material world


It’s not my purchase but mudra’s. I don’t have the luxury to buy one… yet…
but who’s arms are they gona fall? Teehee ♥♥♥
Loveit! ♥

Plus “C” gifts… loveit more! ♥

Thanks, C =)

Just a thought

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Why does it seem like “drop outs” make it BIG? Sa mga naka-graduate, nag masters, nag doctorate, lets do this!! Don’t simply get a job, be a Jobs!! =) I’m going to make it BIG. I promise 😉 -Arlene.10.06.11

I hope I look back on this entry and a I’ll have a big fulfilled smile =)

Double P.S.
When I say BIG, Lord, please don’t misinterpret it as being fat. You know what’s in my heart =)

Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.

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Apple’s Steve Jobs


“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.”

I admire him and the things he did that changed technology far more better for the coming generations. He was a great thinker, a great innovator, a Legend. Everyone who has had an Apple would agree with that.

Having an iBook in college, the first iPod in silver, an iPod touch, handling Mac Accessories, and Apple site being my best friend during my MacMall days as a Marketing Manager, secretly wishing for an iPad or well, for the iPhone 4s now that it has been released —I feel like I “know” Steve Jobs. His loss is shared somehow by owners & wishful owners of Apple items that he genius-ly created.

But all things come to an end. It reminds all of us that no material thing matters. It’s the mark on people that you leave behind.

“Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me … Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful… that’s what matters to me.” – Steve Jobs

Rest in Peace, Steve Jobs.

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