AJ Perez on MMK

Posted by klomster | 10:37 PM | , , | 1 comments »

It's my first time watching AJ Perez on TV. I must say he did a good job on Maalaala Mo Kaya. He was a handsome guy and a good actor.

I never really paid attention to him when he's still alive. I guess we could only see something or someone's value when it's gone.

It really felt sad and awkward to see a deceased person so alive on TV. AJ's face is very cute even for his role in MMK as a homeless/beggar. His lips make him one of the cutest guys on the screen. And he seems to be a really nice guy.


The MMK Episode entitled "Tsinelas" is basically about two young brothers travelling from Manila to Samar by feet. Most of the scenes were shot in the roads of different provinces. There were also times that they get almost hit by cars and there's a scene that they passed by a cemetery. It's like a premonition. Come to think of it, AJ Perez died in a road accident. Isn't it ironic?

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The Royal Wedding was definitely ROYAL! It was seen all over the world, covered by every channel.

We watched the live coverage of Prince William and Kate Middleton's (now Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) wedding, from the preparation to the wedding ceremony. Monarchs of different places witnessed the ceremony. The British people were celebrating, and so is the whole world. It was definitely the wedding of the century.

Kate Middleton was stunning on her long sleeve laced gown and tiara. I heard she did her own make-up. Amazing! Her wedding dress was made by Sarah Burton. Prince William saw the dress for the first time when Kate walked on the aisle of Westminster Abbey.

royal wedding kate william

The wedding ceremony was almost the same as those held by ordinary catholic people, although their religion is The Church of England.

The newlyweds proceeded to the Buckingham Palace for the traditional first public kiss at the balcony.
royal wedding kate william kiss

..and they lived happily ever after (hopefully!)

I'm Back!

Posted by klomster | 10:31 PM | , | 1 comments »

I'm back! From where? Away from the blogosphere!

It's been 2 months after my last blog post. I was very busy in school. The last days of March were terrible, so many requirements to pass and organization papers to be processed.

For those of you who have been to this blog before, you may have noticed a BIG change on this site. Oh yeah, I finally had the guts to change my 1 year & 4 months old blog layout! I've been planning this since the start of the summer vacation. I really wanted to make my blog more personalized ever since.

The layout and blog title is inspired by Schaum's Outlines, the popular textbook series. I based my concept with it because I was amused that my name rhymes with it and besides, Schaum's Outlines textbooks are part of my school life.

This blog is still under construction. I have more ideas to incorporate on this site. Hopefully it would reach to perfection before the summer ends.

I want to ask for your help with this new blog. Please feel free to comment and suggest on anything about the new concept, layout, etc. I would really appreciate it.

By the way, this is a screenshot of the former layout:

I forgot to take a screenshot of the whole page. But I hope this would bring back memories! :)

So what do you think? Do you like the old one or the new one?

P.S. If you have my link on your blogroll, please do me a favor to change the title from Time to Shine to Claum's Outlines. Thanks!

About

Posted by klomster | 3:56 PM | | 0 comments »



The owner of this blog is residing in the Philippines. She wanted to be an astronaut but ended up being an Electronics Engineer. She is currently teaching in UST, her alma mater.

She started blogging in the year 2006 but took it seriously in September 2009 when she heard about bloggers who make six figures online. She created her personal blog, "Time to Shine",  with the aim of making money through SEO. Information regarding whether she was successful or not... would not be discussed in this section. :)

This blog was later called, "Claum's Outlines", based on her favorite textbook series.

Besides blogging, you can also find her studying, watching movies and series, reading a sci-fi/mystery novel, playing and daydreaming.

Her name is pronounced as 'klom'.

And lastly, she accepts donations. Thank you. :)