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A man trapped in a woman's body. Full time Student. Full time Minister. Pledged to follow and to lead.

An Athlete of God. I lead, dance, perform, minister, serve, share, love and live for Him alone. An advocate of His goodness despite imperfections of the human race.

Welcome to my blog! And yes, I'm from the Philippines! :)

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"Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain; but the woman who fears the Lord, she shall be praised."

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16 July 11

"Your insights and idealism is admirable"

  • **This is a chat conversation between me and Sir Carmelo Jose Gutierrez, my Radio and TV 100 (RTV100 - a third year student-subject) professor. He is also an Executive Producer of GMA7 News & Public Affairs Department and a good friend to all of his students. He won't be teaching this sem though. Feel so grateful to the Lord for instilling the "insights and ideals" my prof was referring to. ^_^
  • Sir Melo: hey hey hey
  • Jeah: Hi sir!
  • Sir Melo: hi there jahaziel how are you?
  • Jeah: I'm fine sir, 4th year na talaga ako. Nagtuturo po ba kayo this sem?
  • Sir Melo: korek...galingan ha...hindi kami nagturo ni Sir Gile mo...loaded with work eh...and di kaya ng schedule..next sem na lang
  • Jeah: Syempre naman po gagalingan ko, salamat sir. Ah okay po sayang naman pero ok lang para di macompromise ang quality of work. Go Sir!
  • Sir Melo: tamuhhhh!!!! alam mo naman...too many work...can result to mediocrity...not only work will suffer but the kind of wisdom and learning a person could impart sa academe
  • Jeah: Wow, I like what you said sir! I agree with you. Minsan we also have to learn to say no para makapagproduce ng quality work sa mga existing commitments natin
  • Sir Melo: yes...actually I was torn to decline the offer to teach sa academe...I needed a month to think pa nga..but I have to weigh things...during your batch when I taught your class...nakafocus ako...eh kapag naging absentee ako...its my failure din sa magiging product ng mga students later on...
  • Sir Melo: kaya nga Im sooo proud of your class..2 classes lang hinandle ko but Im sure and I proved na happy ako sa output at result niyo...its the quality not the quantity
  • Jeah: Perfect! Kaya kita mo naman po ang produkto ng mga class mo, sir! We're so proud din sir to have a prof katulad niyo na importante sainyo ang education ng mga estudayente, di katulad ng ibang prof na matawag lang na prof pero di nagtuturo. sinasayang yung mga alam nila sa experience nila sa industry hehe
  • Sir Melo: yes...I knowwwww....righhhht!!! at hindi ako napahiya na isang batalyon kayo dito sa GMA. My bosses were also happy sa kind of students I handled and sa inyo lalu na
  • Sir Melo: OMG...alam mo akala ko urban legend lang yan...pero coming from you...ibig sabihin totoo yan...nangyayari talaga yan?...sorry ha kasi naman wala akong ka-close na prof sa Feu...after class umuuwi na ako...talagang mag-chikahan tayo sa FB di ba..
  • Jeah: hahaha thank you sir for imparting what you know sa amin na hungry ang thirsty for right education Hahaha hindi po urban legend yan maraming ganyan. though sa FEU mass comm, proud to say na nabibilang naman sa kamay yung tamad na prof, halos lahat naman magagaling. Hehe..Haha oo nga po eh.
  • Sir Melo: you know what...kaya ako nagturo dahil nga na-a-alarm na ako sa mga masscomm students na di nag-wo-work sa tv..not only in FEU but in general...nakakasad lang kasi...the educators who are suppose to teach eh sinasayang yung window of opportunity...
  • Jeah: Opo, lalo na ngayon dedicated ang mga bata to learn, to explore things, to really work in a field na gustong gusto nila, at sayang kung di mapupunan yun ng mga taong puedeng makatulong sakanila
  • Sir Melo: alam mo para kang "old soul" in a modern era...Im sure...magiging guro ka din in the near future... the way you talk...your insights and your idealism...is admirable
  • Jeah: Wow Sir, that's so much for a compliment. Tapos coming from you pa! Gusto ko rin naman po maging teacher. I have a passion for teaching bata palang ako. I always feel na unfair ako pag may alam ako tapos di ko nashe-share
  • Sir Melo: tama yan...you have the right attitude...right reason...and right path...I do share those idealisms...kaya nga galit ako sa madadamot lalu na sa nalalaman nila...
  • Jeah: Haha. Thank you ulit, sir. Ang saya naman! I also like to share my thoughts lalo na po kung may ma-iinspire at mamo-motivate ako na tao to do something that can change lives and eventually change his surroundings, his community and the world
  • Sir Melo: wait...nagpupuyat ka hija? may pasok ka ba tom? naku you better catch some sleep and rest...at bata pa kayo (nanay?)
  • Jeah: Haha, may ginagawa pa po sir.. Ikaw po maaga pa ang work tomorrow (nanay rin?)
  • Sir Melo: Aww..sorry for making istorbo hehehe. Yeah, still checking the scripts of my team
  • Jeah: No sir di naman istorbo. Go lang sir haha
  • **Sadly, we were not able to end it with our goodbyes because of the faulty Facebook chat. Haha. Praise You Lord!
13 April 10
urtoofast:
Title : For The Last Time 
Our Project in I.C.T. Two thumbs up for my group :) Thanks God we got a high grade.  Prof. Babsie told us after watching the narrative video ” I’m speechless “
I’m the girl in the last scene (who acted like a crazy lady in the CR) .. 
“PAKATDU NA AKO SA MAYNILA. PWEDE MO BA AKO HALUKAN FOR THE LAST TIME”

Congratulations Rizza, Nica, and company! Good job with this short narrative, God is great! Using a different dialect is very creative. I’m so proud of all of you! :D 

Reblogged: urtoofast

19 March 10
Advertising 101: The Elite Society of Friends Advertising Cluster
March 8, 2010, TV Commercial Storyboard Defense day
Erika Cruz Gonzales, Carlo Enrique Encomienda Ramos, Yuji Cleofas Nozaki, Jahaziel Ann Pascual La Guardia, Marvin Adrian Argoso, Rizza Cruz Samson, Sherwin Sarmiento Ignacio and Erzel Mae Mañibo with Professor Lourdes “Lulu” Ignacio
All glory to our wonderful Lord, all efforts paid off! :)

Advertising 101: The Elite Society of Friends Advertising Cluster

March 8, 2010, TV Commercial Storyboard Defense day

Erika Cruz Gonzales, Carlo Enrique Encomienda Ramos, Yuji Cleofas Nozaki, Jahaziel Ann Pascual La Guardia, Marvin Adrian Argoso, Rizza Cruz Samson, Sherwin Sarmiento Ignacio and Erzel Mae Mañibo with Professor Lourdes “Lulu” Ignacio

All glory to our wonderful Lord, all efforts paid off! :)

6 March 10
The pressure and stress of proof-reading, lay-outing and the likes. Talk about being an editor-in-chief of your block’s made-up tabloid newspaper for Journalism101. Thank you, Lord! One big responsibility; one big opportunity!
Watch out for POWER NEWS! Because power is in the News. 
Check out the list here!

The pressure and stress of proof-reading, lay-outing and the likes. Talk about being an editor-in-chief of your block’s made-up tabloid newspaper for Journalism101. Thank you, Lord! One big responsibility; one big opportunity!

Watch out for POWER NEWSBecause power is in the News.

Check out the list here!

5 March 10

Something will happen on the 15th; we don’t have any idea about it.

Or do we?

Communication101 (Communication Theory)

  1. Topic Comprehensive Outline (Media In Multicultural Nation)
  2. Group Reporting and Presentation (Media in Multicultural Nation)
  3. Study Framework Paper I chose to do this individually; haven’t pulled any topic off my brain yet. I’m screaming for help!

Advertising101

  1. Radio Advertisement Script (RC Cola)
  2. TV Commercial Story Board (RC Cola)
  3. Group Defense on TVC Story Board

Literature2 (World Literature)

  1. Deal with quizzes from our substitute professor
  2. Deal with the attitude of our substitute professor Ma’am Reoperez, why do you have to be so intelligent and so much of an achiever and be sent off to Europe?
  3. Antigone by Sophocles and Macbeth by Shakespeare
  4. Finish reading and answering everything that is in this link

Philosophy1 (Logic)

  1. Deal with every meeting-mind bugging seat works and home works
  2. Deal with pop quizzes! And Departmental Exam?!?
  3. Categorical, Hypothetical, Conditional, Disjunctive, Conjunctive Syllogisms, Valid Moods and Figures, Fallacies, etcetera..etcetera.. @_@

ICT

  1. Short film! Talking about being a director/frustrated filmmaker here.
  2. Concept!!!! Shooting!! Editing!!! Hala, sige, puro ako.
  3. I’m looking for actors also!

Speech2

  1. Introduction to Audience Communication - Impromptu Speech (Defending a Stand)
  2. Techniques for Audience Communication - Single Idea Speech (Research Topic Speech) Does Independent Filmmaking suffices as a good topic, help?

Journalism102 (Editorial and Feature Writing)

  1. Creating a Tabloid Newspaper (“Power News” ‘Because the power is in the news’) Because we are addressed as the power block, ha ha ha!
  2. The rest of my block mate’s assigned articles
  3. Lay outing, proof reading, finding a publishing house. Editor-in-chief mishaps.
  4. Deal with Dr. Ojimba

And this is what we call, murder. Kidding! Our professors were distressing us lately. We don’t actually know why but according to them, all requirements must be accomplished BEFORE MARCH 15. Because… *insert the title of this post here*.

Please, pray for me because undeniably this is hard.. (“this is hard” to the point that it is still an understatement) You don’t know how hard it is to be a Mass Communication student.

I can do everything through Christ who gives me strength. - Philippians 4:13

27 February 10
February 26, 2010


We, my college friends, literally jumped with glee when we found out that bucket meals have faces of Stephen Hillenburg’s creations on it. Hahaha!


Just a tidbit of a trivia: During my HS Freshman to Sophomore days, I can draw Spongebob without any copy of the actual cartoon. I would always get a high score in MAPEH when it comes to Art; I am no excellent in drawing but already perfected every inch of his body. And because I’m one of the trusted officers of our class, I would decorate our room with lots of Spongebobs Squarepant’s characters. That’s how I was crazy over it, but of course, I grew my addiction out already! But I still love the lessons of friendship and fun from this toon! Hee!


However, my sister is still crazy over Spongebob; I made sure that I’ll be bringing home the bucket and a Spongebob tumblr for her. :)


 Thanks for bringing us back to our childish, playful selves, KFC!

February 26, 2010

We, my college friends, literally jumped with glee when we found out that bucket meals have faces of Stephen Hillenburg’s creations on it. Hahaha!

Just a tidbit of a trivia: During my HS Freshman to Sophomore days, I can draw Spongebob without any copy of the actual cartoon. I would always get a high score in MAPEH when it comes to Art; I am no excellent in drawing but already perfected every inch of his body. And because I’m one of the trusted officers of our class, I would decorate our room with lots of Spongebobs Squarepant’s characters. That’s how I was crazy over it, but of course, I grew my addiction out already! But I still love the lessons of friendship and fun from this toon! Hee!

However, my sister is still crazy over Spongebob; I made sure that I’ll be bringing home the bucket and a Spongebob tumblr for her. :)

Thanks for bringing us back to our childish, playful selves, KFC!

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