I haven’t seen Part 1. Though we have a copy already. Hubby refused to watch it. He don’t like to be left wanting more LOL!!! Dapat magkasunod daw. Hence, we’ll wait for Part 2.
And I can’t hide how extremely excited I am seeing Renesmee in person. I was like “OH. MY. GAWD!”.
I tweeted about this the other nigh. We were on our way home from the near park of our building when we heard the ambulance approaching our building. Abed even said "I hope it’s nothing serious.." — when we came, we were instructed not to come from the front. SIL, Abed and I saw the woman helplessly lying in front of the building. The police were everywhere. They covered the body already but we can still see her feet. By that time no one in the building is claiming the body so we really think she was alone in her flat.
We were right. The security told us that she fell from the 15th floor (newspaper says it was on 17th). She was alone. Her husband was out with her 2 sons (7 & 17yo). The veranda here on our building is up to Abed’s chest, so if you want to jump off, either you climb out using on a chair or someone will push you out literally. I couldn’t sleep because of this. Report says she wrote a note regarding her plan. But they didn’t indicate what was written of course.
May her soul finds peace. On this photo, workers cleaning spot where she fell. Imagine us terrified to walk on those floors right now.
I sent my friend who is just new in digiscrapbooking some free website that offers free font download. Well, here are some collection The Daily Digi’s favorite font.
I love the Sketch Block, Traveling Typewriter, Pacifico and Lauren Script. To see the full article and where to download, check out their blog here.
Life is tough with us lately. But we’re holding on.
Yup, I have a new blog dear blog friends. Since I love Instgram-ing every now and then, might as well post some of my favorite photos. I’m doing my photo-a-day that started off last March. But just completed the month of April. “the gates of my life through iphoneography”. Please visit if you have time. TIA See you there.
…that I just need to share with you.
104 Year-Old-Woman Lovingly Cares For Her 86-Year-Old Daughter
Once a mom, always a mom. Rosario Schielzeth, who just turned 104, and her daughter Maria Garcia, 86, have been inseparable for most of their lives. They began living together 60 years ago, when Maria and her husband divorced and she needed help caring for her two young sons.
Schielzeth, a great-great-great-grandmother, is in exceptionally good health. Garcia suffers from dementia, but is in high spirits. She is warmly cared for by her mother and two full-time caregivers. Schielzeth reads the paper every morning and tells Garcia about current events. When Garcia had a stroke a while ago, Schielzeth insisted she recuperate at home and cooked for her until she recovered her strength.
"I take care of her and she takes care of me, too," Schielzeth says. Adds Garcia, "We help each other."
Read the whole story (The Herald Tribune).
I mentioned before that a friend recently moved in to their new humbled abode in Salt Lake City. And every once a in a while, she’s posting photos of her home over Instagram. They recently painted the walls of their living room. And they did a good job painting that wall fireplaces that they have. Just right for a cozy home. I’m so happy for her success. I wish that someday, we’ll be stable and will have a place of our own too.