Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Bad Day... Bad News!!!

It's been a bad day. I am tired and I cannot sleep because of the news that I received. One of my friends from my former work was KILLED... Killed not out of hate or revenge, he was killed out of nothing... Sometimes I really appreciate criminals being found dead on street sides. I cannot really take this out of my system because he was a friend for almost 3 years. To learn that he died out of another man's or men's tripping is too much to accept.

Another bad news??? One of my trainees in PCCI before was just diagnosed with a Stage 1 Leukemia Tuesday. I was really surprised because this trainee is very close to me. She is also a single mom who does not have anyone to support her. Get well soon April...

I am really bugged by these news. making me think that life is too fragile and fleeting that anytime it'll just leave you... I need to find ways to avoid this, at all cost.

In Memoriam:

Wildy T. Tidula
June 9, 1984- March 20, 2010

We will Miss you Tids...

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Haunted Places in Davao

I have not heard of any haunted houses or places here in Davao. One of my officemates told me that the there was a haunted house in Matina, I want to do some investigation to really prove that the place is haunted or it is just some gossips.

I was told by some of my officemates that there are ghosts in our office, though I have felt some presence I haven't seen them in action. I will start my documentation of haunted or "mari-it" places here in Davao.

I looked online and I got an address- Juna Subdivision on Champaca Street. This I will check!

Ostara's Blessings

After my Sunday Shift, I went to San Pedro to have dinner in one of the food courts located on that place. I discovered that there is a night market on San Pedro beside the Davao City Hall. I bought some pants on one of the stalls and tasted some Kwek-kwek in one of the "cleaner" food carts there. I also bought some of the offerings for the ritual there.

I went home and prepare for Ostara. I put the straw
mat on the floor and did the ritual. I asked for healing and prosperity as well as protection and fertility.

The Davao Night Market:

The Feast of Ostara: