Archive for January, 2012
Congratulations! Wishing you prosperity! Happy Chinese Dragon New Year everyone! It’s been a while again, busy…busy…busy…but of course still taking time to make fresh post. A New Year Post.
People born in the year of the dragon are strong. They have enough courage to face life’s challenges and get over it.
In China, the dragon is the imperial symbol, the symbol of the emperor.
Dragon’s secret friend is the Rooster. To those who are born in the year of the Dragon, it is nice to sail the year together with a Rooster.
According to gotohorospcope, they are high skilled specialists and have strong opinions on the planning and execution of projects.
Just picking out some characteristics I like. Exactly, I am a dragoonette.
guard: ni break paman gud ang usa ana nila day
costumer: sayoha gud niya ni break kuya nga alas 11:30 a.m. paman
guard: mokaon man gyud na sila day aron kay aron dili mapasmo (medyo bug-at iyang tingog, gigutom sad cguro)
costumer: kami diay kuya dili ba diay mi mapasmo? ganiha ra gud kaayo mi, nya dugay kaayo moirog ang number (holding her temper)
guard: hinay man gud ang signal day
costumer: oh? (murag gikapoy na ug paminaw sa mga rason)
guard: naa may laing branch day! pwede ra mo mobalhin didto!
My college friends and I again had a reunion after how many months. The last time we met was on May 2011 at Basdaku, Moalboal. We planned to see each other on December 2010 but due to time constraint for each has its own task to accomplish relating to work, that was not pushed through on that month.
We met at Lapu-lapu City particularly at Marina Mall then proceeded to Mactan Tropical Center where Nonki Japanese Restaurant is situated. The attendants warmly welcome us and help us find a comfortable seat.
We decided to be in a traditional low table for it feels nice with the chopsticks! We were given menu book and after leafing through the volume, we made our orders.
I ordered Tori Karaage, garlic rice and ice tea. And my friends also have given theirs which can be seen in the photo. The recommended menu in the restaurant.
- An arrangement of rooms on one floor of a building, be it residential or commercial.
Image source: Lofty Ideals
Above is an example of a floor plan. That was made long before AutoCAD was not widely known in our area yet. With the use of mechanical pencil(for construction lines), technical pen(for the visible lines), and the straight edge materials made it clear and ready to use. It’s elevations were not done yet but soon to be posted for future reference.