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19 | BS Mining Engineering
shoephoric | shopaholic | foodie
student leader | achiever
siomai ❥ pistachio ❥ fries ❥ frappe ❥ blue ❥ fashion ❥ shoes ❥ sweets
Tambien la lluvia. XD
Nothing can stop us now, even the rain. HAHA lol. I remember that phrase from my Spanish subject while I’m updating my blog. “Tambien la lluvia” means even the rain.
Few days back, Mom and I decided to go out and stroll [&& perhaps shop] at Embarcadero de Legazpi since we’re dying looking for dresses. HAHA (excited lang sa Graduation?LOL) I had a quite busy afternoon. I first stopped at BPI to make a cash deposit for my Blue crochet dress from Fantasia Clothing. I’ll blog about it soon. I thought I’ll not have a hard time there since almost 10 were ahead of my number and the four (4) counters were open. Gladly, time flew fast :D
So finally, I went to Embarcadero and met Mom & Amy there. We went to almost all of the boutiques and shops. Good thing we were able to buy this blue mullet dress for Maridel, my younger sis. Mom also bought lovely pieces of accessories from F2M to match her dress (one inspired by Style Staple’s Esme Cowl Twofer Dress). We ended up at Pacific Mall. We’ve bought a checkered polo for dad at Penshoppe. Mom finally bought cloths for her dresses. As for me and Amy, we’ve got mullet dress with knitted top. We had same style but different colors. :)
Mom and I :) pareho kami mataba XD
TWINS! :) haha. while Mom was buying her accesories at F2M.
Look of the Day:
Dave’s see-through tee · Maria printed shorts · Nine West bag
SJ Couture double wing ring · SM Cubao silver ring ·US beaded bracelets · Baguio Finds colorful wooden bracelet
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Our Student Council, BU-USC, spearheaded a “Concert for Akos” to raise funds for the Feeding Program of Children during the Nutrition Month last July 2012.
(From left to right: Amy, Me, Faith, Rose) Chit chat while waiting for the concert to start. There were lots of performances were on the list. Variety of talents were showcased.
One of the highlights of the concert was the fashion show of us, USC Officers and Junior Councilors. There were three (3) exposures but I chose only two (2) - COLORFUL and RAGGED. I preferred those since I thought it’ll be easier for me to mix and match with those looks. Now, here’s what I wore:
(Trendy People chiffon BF polo · Pink Elegance ripped & torn denims · US bangles · Vivienne Westwood Melissa ribbon wedge)
Well, that LOOK of mine was under the “Colorful” attire. LOL I don’t have much time thinking of what to wear so that’s the result of everything. Haha! Simplicity is beauty. XD
First outlook whenever I thought about RAGGED is a black & white get - up with torn and ripped touches. Gladly, I have this ripped pants. Any casual top fits my pants, however, I should wear this classy/stylish one to match the look. I searched for different ragged looks to guide me on my attire. To complete my get-up, I figured out Dad had an Italia white cap, a gift from uncle who just came from a trip to Rome. Finally, here’s how I looked:
(Johnson’s ripped & torn outer top and denim pants · Terranova inner top · US bangles · Vivienne Westwood Melissa ribbon wedge)
Photos By: RM Corpus
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Almost a day and a half and the deadline is up. :)
It’s been weeks since our group had started working on our project study. Well actually, our Department Head, Engr. VMF, had continuously reminded us on our respective studies. But, mañana habit overruled. HAHA And here we are, cramming and having sleepless nights.
Talking about our Project Study, we finally came up with the AGUSAN IRON DEPOSIT along the Jose Panganiban-Paracale Mining District to be our project area. The Regional Geology as well as the details of the Mining District can be found on DENR-MGB 5’s site. The scope of our study for the said deposit focuses more on the Mine Design of the Agusan Iron Project. We used the open-pit mining method since an outcrop on a 126m wall was seen on the area indicating that the deposit is just few meters below the surface. Meanwhile, the processing of the ore will be done thru conventional iron ore processing: comminution (crushing, grinding), classification, magnetic separation, desliming, drying processes. However, we didn’t include the smelting process since it’ll be more capital intensive considering that we only have a small deposit.
By the way, one twist instructed to us was to formulate a name for the company we’ll be using throughout the study. It took us a long time to have one ‘cause seriously, combining our names won’t give a ring. HAHAHA Thank God, bubbly Tinay, one of my mine study peers and co-scholar of Rock Energy International Corporation, thought of a cute name for our company. The acronym also stands for the first letters of our names, NKMC - Nathan, Krizzia, Medelyn, Cristina. OUR Company’s branded as New Kingstone Mining Corporation.
So much so with the info of our study, I KNOW that we’ll finish it in time. Hindi lang “BASTA TIWALA LANG” dahil may ginagawa kami para matapos yun. LOL Trust isn’t just enough without pertinent actions. I hope to blog about our triumph in the coming days… ツ
All efforts, despite imperfections, challenges and trials, will be rewarded in the end.