My dad and mom were by asked by my dad’s cousin to proxy in their wedding. Not as ninongs or ninangs but proxy the parents of the groom.
The wedding took place in Davao City. I forgot the name of the church but the reception was held in Marco Polo Hotel. Here are some pictures of my mom and dad.
And here are some of their Davao trip adventure pictures.
As promised, here are some of the shots taken from our new camera, a Sony H10. All pictures were taken by my mom. She’s so proud of these pictures. She said, her shots are like professionally taken. Well, just see for yourself.
In preparation for our Singapore Adventure on January 2009, Doms and I decided to enroll for courses that we know will help us in our job hunt. So, when I learned about the courses offered by De Lasalle University in Taft, we immediately enrolled for the class that we want.
Doms choose the Desktop Publishing using Photoshop course. Even if he knows the ins and outs of Photoshop CS2 already, he still enrolled for this. Below is the course description and price:
Desktop Publishing using Photoshop
Duration: 30 hrs | Php 6,300
Desktop Publishing (DTP) incorporates pictures, graphics and text into a single document. Page layout and digital imaging techniques will be discussed in depth. Applications include invitations, brochures, multi-column publications such as newsletters, package designs, promotional items and outdoor signs.
Minimum requirement: Computer literacy
On the other hand, I enrolled for the Web Design class with Dreamweaver.
Duration: 18 hrs | Fee: Php 4,250
This course covers the important aspects in the design of web pages using Dreamweaver. Topics include web layout and design, user interface principles, web interactivity and integration of multimedia elements. The training will be held at DLSU’s multimedia laboratory.
Minimum requirement for participants: knowledge of HTML
For more information of the short courses, visit this site:
Wish us luck in our classes and of course in our job hunt!
Did you know that Doms is not only a great photographer, a tekken addict and a caring and loving husband, I mean boyfriend? He’s also a wonderful cook! That’s because he had his training when he part time worked for Pancake House when he was in college.
A while ago, I was so lazy! Lazy to the point that I don’t want to cook lunch. So, amidst his concentration in playing Tekken on my PSP, he said “Lulutuan kita ng omelette babe”.
That idea made me smile! Ever since before, Doms kept on telling me he was the best in making omelettes and that that was his specialty. So, when he told me that he’ll cook for me, I got excited. This was the first time Doms will cook for me.
So, we prepared for the ingredients: 2 large eggs, cheese cut into cubes and sausages, diced. He looks so professional when he was cutting the ingredients. He holds the knife like a pro!
I can’t help but take his picture while cooking for me! Nakaka-kilig! Here it is…
The finished product tasted great! The cheese melted already and the taste was like taken from Pancake House. Thanks for cooking for me babe. At least, when we’re in Singapore already I’ll have unlimited supply of omelettes! Love you!
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