Chanel Boomerang that cost almost 2k?

Do you love Chanel? I am sure you do. It’s either you bought Chanel already or you are saving your money to buy at least one Chanel product. For me, I do love channel products coz it’s famous and it’s one of the luxurious item introduce in the world. I also love the quality of the product coz it’s durable. Owning one will be a great collection and a great prestige. And how about owning a Chanel boomerang that cost almost 2k? As what I’ve read in MSN (, it cost like around $1,930 as per the post of jeffreestar – I think Jeffreestar has lots of savings from younger age up to this date. Looking at the photo, I can say to myself that it is nice to save while you are still young so that you can buy just whatever you want on the present time. Go go Jeffreestar. Thanks for showing your Chanel boomerang. That’s priceless!

Photo from: Jeffreestar IG

Congratulations to the new Miss International 2016 – Kylie Verzosa – Miss International Philippines

OMG! Thank you God for the winning of #KylieVerzosa for the #MissInternational2016. Even if I don’t have sleep today, but I am so happy for her winning. And before the emcees announced the winner I knew it already that she will win. I even posted it in my wall that she’s the winner before the announcement and I was not mistaken. Her speech was so clear. Thank you God for the winning of Kylie Verzosa. Congratulations Girl!

Miss Philippines International 2016 – Kylie Verzosa

What can you say about the national costume for Kylie Verzosa? For me it is kind of elegant and it is a modern day Filipiniana. God bless her.

Note: Screenshot from youtbe livestreaming

Lisa Soberano – will she be the next Binibining Pilipinas Universe? Will she join the contest this year?

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I’m reading online and this is what I got right at this minute. This is about Liza Soberano a Fil-Am Girl who is born in California and now one of the famous actresses in the Philippines. She’s the choice of Miss Pia Alonso Wurtzbach – the current Miss Universe as per her tweet.

Will Lisa be the next ‪#‎BinibiningPilipinasUniverse‬? ‪Hope she will join this year’s Binibining Pilipinas beauty pageant.

How To Stay Informed On Current Events

It seems like there are thousands of sources for information on current events, but what many people wind up being exposed to are actually on other’s opinions about those events. Websites beckon people to “click here to get the latest information,” and they are taken to an editorial page instead.

Reading the opinions of others can be helpful in understanding a situation, but each person should do their best to stay informed with good and reliable information. You can use the opinions of others and real facts to formulate your own opinions, and stay up to date on the latest information.

Read More Than One News Source

You may have heard about news outlets having agendas that they are trying to push on the public, and that may or may not be true. But if you get your information from a variety of reputable news outlets, then you can start to see the facts for what they really are. Even if a news website tries to put a spin on information, you can still get to the core of the issue by getting your information from a variety of sources.

Be Sure To Separate Editorials From Informational Articles

Editorial pieces have their place in helping you to understand current events, but they should not be confused with informational articles based on reporting news. As you gather your information, always separate the information offered in editorials from the information reported in news pieces. The opinions of others are much more valuable once you have taken in the facts about a story as well.

Always Question What You Read

Remember that there are always two sides to every debate, and the truth can be found at some point in the middle. If you are reading something that seems incorrect to you, then do some further research and educate yourself on the topic. You may not reach the level of an expert, but you will be informed enough to be content in your own opinion.

The Internet allows anyone to publish their opinions on current events, and too many people take those opinions to be facts. If you would like to be informed and be able to create your own opinion, then take the time to read a variety of editorials on a particular subject, and then compare those editorials to the facts you have uncovered.

The Age of Adaline – A Movie Worth Watching

“Tell me something I can hold on to forever and never let go.” This is one of the lines which catches my attention and memory from the movie – The Age of Adaline. This film is a must-watch for it not only presents the power of love but also how timeless it is to see that two people coming of different age fall in love with each other despite their age. I so love the way the characters portray their roles. Adaline is a very smart and loving woman who sacrifices her passion just not to hurt other people. Ellis is a great and intelligent guy who is impossible not to fall in love with. I also love the twists in this movie. One of those is when Adaline met the family of Ellis and realized that his dad is the one whom she fell in love with before. Oh there you go and there are a lot more twists which is a must-watch. Please take a few minutes of this clip from YouTube. Thanks to Lionsgate Movies for the upload. 🙂

Ex Machina

I’ve always wanted to watch a movie and I started to check online which one is a must watch. Then, I finally found a movie which pretty much captures my interest and I should say that it really is a must-watch for you guys if you’ve got some time especially if you are a techie or sci-fi movie enthusiast. What I love about this movie is the complexity of the characters’ personality at some point and it’s twists especially in the end. Oh, I can only say for now that I am a bit high of some scenes which keep on flashing in my mind. Alright, guys, time to hit the sack. For now, please enjoy this movie trailer which I got from YouTube from Universal Pictures UK. Cheers!

A good link for my friend who is a fan of…

I think this link is for my friend who is a fan of Miley – I do like her voice. She has the talent and she’s popular. I hope that she would be blessed with more projects and I hope she would keep on inspiring people especially young girls who want to have good role model for success, spirituality and a role model for the positive side of life.

These holidays whatever you will do and anywhere you will go – enliven your life with Netflix

This post brought to you by Netflix. All opinions are 100% mine.

I do love this recipe from a celebrity chef Curtis Stone in which I watched in Netflix.  This is easy to make and it is so yummy.  It is called the “Up in Flames Drunken Bananas with Spiced Ice Cream”.


The wildly dysfunctional Bluth family on “Arrested Development” always seems a little bananas, drunken, spicy, or up in flames, and since they’ve brought me so many hilarious moments, I created this recipe in their honor! And what could be more perfect than a flamed banana dessert? AD fans, you feel me, right?!


Serves: 2

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 6 minutes

Make-Ahead: The spiced ice cream can be made up to 3 days ahead, kept frozen. The flambéed bananas must be served as soon as they are made.



Spiced Ice Cream:

1 pint vanilla ice cream

1 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg

1/8 teaspoon ground ginger

Large pinch of ground cloves


Flambéed Bananas:

2 tablespoons unsalted butter

1/4 cup (packed) dark brown sugar

1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice

1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon

2 medium bananas, peeled

1/4 cup golden rum

2 tablespoons heavy whipping cream



To make the spiced ice cream:

  1. In a medium bowl, break up the ice cream with a spoon, and then mix in the nutmeg, ginger, and cloves. Cover the ice cream and return it to the freezer. Keep the ice cream frozen until ready to serve.

To cook the bananas:

  1. In a 12-inch nonstick frying pan, melt the butter over medium heat. Stir in the brown sugar, lemon juice, and cinnamon. Slice the bananas in half lengthwise and lay the bananas cut side down in the butter mixture. Cook for about 3 minutes, or until the bananas are caramelized on the underside and the sugar mixture has melted and become golden brown.
  2. Remove the pan from the heat. Add the rum. Using a long match, carefully ignite the rum. Be sure to do this in a well-ventilated area and away from any flammable material. Allow the flame to burn out. Turn the bananas over. Return the pan to medium heat and stir in the cream. Baste the bananas with the caramel sauce for about 1 minute.
  3. Divide the bananas between two plates. Spoon some sauce over the bananas. Top each with a scoop of ice cream, and then drizzle the remaining sauce over and around the ice cream and bananas. Serve immediately.


Speaking of cooking and entertainment, I have so much fun with using Netflix these days.  I can easily watch this cooking show of Curtis Stone anytime I want to.  I can watch it at the living room and I can also watch it in the kitchen. Isn’t that one amazing and convenient thing to have?  I can easily enliven my kitchen with Netflix you know.


And these holidays, all I have to do is to learn different recipes through Netflix with the show of this celebrity chef Curtis Stone.  But that is not all that I can get with Netflix.  I can watch whatever shows that I like.  I can do that anytime and anywhere I may be.  I may be at my home or I may be out, I can surely bring Netflix with me.  The good thing with this entertainment with this company is that my monthly subscription is so affordable.  I hope this offer will stay forever.


Anyway, have you tried using Netflix?  What is your experience then?  Are you satisfied with all of the shows and movies that you are watching?  Do you love watching series shows, cartoons, comedy, etc.?


As for me, I do love cooking shows like what I have mentioned earlier.  I also love cartoon shows since I have two little kiddos who are with me all the time.  Whatever they love watching, I also love to watch it.  Netflix brings happiness and entertainment into my home all day and night 7 days a week.


So, for you to know more about the new shows, do Like Netflix on Facebook.  Then, do not forget to also Follow @Netflix.  If you like, you can also Follow Netflix on Pinterest.  Whatever you think it is best might as well do it.

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God gave me you by Bryan White

I am so in love with the song of Bryan White entitled “God gave me you”. Even if I will have to listen to this song over and over again, I will not get exhausted with it. I just love the chorus of this which has the phrases of:

God gave me you to show me what’s real
There’s more to life than just how I feel
And all that I’m worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn’t know why
Now I do, ’cause God gave me you

Anyway, here is the complete lyrics of this song – God gave me you (by Bryan White)

For all the times I felt cheated, I complained
You know how I love to complain
For all the wrongs I repeated, though I was to blame
I still cursed that rain
I didn’t have a prayer, didn’t have a clue
Then out of the blue

God gave me you to show me what’s real
There’s more to life than just how I feel
And all that I’m worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn’t know why
Now I do, ’cause God gave me you

For all the times I wore my self pity like a favorite shirt
All wrapped up in that hurt
For every glass I saw, I saw half empty
Now it overflows like a river through my soul
From every doubt I had, I’m finally free
I truly believe

God gave me you to show me what’s real
There’s more to life than just how I feel
And all that I’m worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn’t know why
Now I do, ’cause God gave me you

In your arms I’m someone new
With ever tender kiss from you
Oh must confess
I’ve been blessed

God gave me you to show me what’s real
There’s more to life than just how I feel
And all that I’m worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn’t know why (didn’t know why)
Now I do (I finally do), ’cause God gave me you (God gave me You)