the boy with the broken stomach

"Cheers for the Queen!"

Kristine Queen Kalaw(@kristinequeenk). 22. Philippines! Oops, I thought she was one of the candidates. This adorable young lady has set herself on fire last Saturday on their humble home. The night was all about peepz, alcohol and up beat tasteful music courtesy of his brother DJ Kenneth Kalaw(@kalawkennethking). With all the crazy kids in one place certainly no one can stop the party, even a Barangay Konsehal with their neighbor's complain. 

Krisi, as her friends call her is a fierce and feisty woman with a pure heart and bitchy kidney aimed for bar hopping. We've been friends because of her lovely sister Kim (@kemkemhurhurr). Attitude is one of the things I like about her. She can carry herself with class and still be approachable. Having a degree in management she also has an eye on business not to mention her online store @KicksKalaw. Find good deals and merchandise for a very reasonable price plus you get to meet this hot chick.

P.S. Happy Birthday Krisi! Drink Fast. Run Faster. Here's one more little gift for you. Enjoy!

"Grab some balls!"
Eating  healthy doesn't have to be time consuming to prepare. Ingredients doesn't have to be hard to find like you're making a Mandrake Potion. Let me share to you this quick and easy recipe you will surely love. To make your own Banana Oatmeal Balls all you need are oatmeal, banana and peanut butter. Follow the steps below:

  1. Cut the banana into small pieces and mash it. It should look like a baby food after.
  2. Add the oatmeal and mix well.
  3. Scoop one tablespoon and roll into balls.
  4. Microwave for a minute and let it cool afterwards.
  5. Drizzle with peanut butter to finish.

"Let there be light! Bright lights everywhere."

TANAUAN, Batangas — The City of Color held the first Parade of Lights last night March 8, 2014 stretching across Jose P. Laurel Highway showcasing the magnificent floats from different businesses, schools and organizations. It was truly the brightest night  of the city as they celebrate their 13th Cityhood Anniversary today.

The event was inviting that even as early as 5 P.M. people are already swarming across the streets to find their perfect spot to witness the spectacular Parade of Lights. Moments later the streets lights where turned off signaling the start, exciting the everybody even more.

The crowd cheered with sheer joy both young and old as the show unfolds before their eyes. Street dancers lit with bright neon glow groove into the beat enchanting us all, but it was just the start. Following it were the stars of the night, captivating and glowing floats from several establishments. The crowd was left in awe and spectacle as if there were charmed with bright lights and upbeat music.

I'm not a Tanauan native but I was captured by it's benevolent and caring people when I went to college here. I have seen before my eyes how it progress through the years and it's incredibly amazing. It still gives me that tingly sensation brought by the nostalgia of my earlier years in the city. Tanauan is surely the City of Color, a city of hope to it's people.