A Long Weekend… Courtesy of Blogging…

31 10 2007

          Long weekend… I should not be happy having  a long weekend… I will do nothing at home… I won’t have compensation… hmmm… I wish I don’t have this long weekend… I never wanted this… This is because of Blogging… Blogging find me a way of having long weekend… I never really expected this one… I’m not going into further details anymore… I just wanted to say that… I’m sorry for having this…

There are several things I would like to mention:

  1. Follow rules.
  2. Thank everyone for supporting you.
  3. Love your job.
  4. Never do anything against the law.
  5. Pray that everything would turn right.
  6. “Never” visit unapproved websites.
  7. Hit your stats.
  8. Work hard on things.
  9. Always listen to your superior.
  10. Never be late at work.


31 10 2007

It’s halloween eve… I’m stuck in the office… chatting with customers… Still working during holidays!!! There is an on going costume party here… (Custume Party nga ba??) hmmm… some wear their spoooookiest costume… They are having fun of their looks, Some put on makeup… prostetics?… masks… Our theme was GOTHIC… e nasan yung mga gothic people?? parang wala nga ko makita e… KJ kasi kami… ehehehe… ayun nakablack kami… yun na… costume ba to? Parang wala lng… Punk style… Duh… where’s the essence of Gothic… anyway… here’s a fact about halloween….

HalloweenHallowe'enHalloween, or Hallowe’en, is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31. Traditional activities include trick-or-treating, Halloween festivals, bonfires, costume parties, visiting “haunted houses”, carving jack-o-lanterns, and viewing horror films. Halloween originated from the Pagan festival Samhain, celebrated among the Celts of Ireland and Great Britain[citation needed]. Irish and Scottish immigrants carried versions of the tradition to North America in the nineteenth century. Other western countries embraced the holiday in the late twentieth century. Halloween is now celebrated in several parts of the western world, most commonly in Ireland, the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom and occasionally in parts of Australia and New Zealand.

The term Halloween (and its alternative rendering Hallowe’en) is shortened from All-hallow-even, as it is the eve of “All Hallows’ Day”,[1] also which is now known as All Saints’ Day.

Many European cultural traditions, in particular Celtic cultures, hold that Halloween is one of the liminal times of the year when spirits can make contact with the physical world, and when magic is most potent (according to, for example, Catalan mythology about witches and Irish tales of the Sídhe).

Source: Wikipedia.org