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Friday, July 28, 2017


Same Blood, Different Talents, All Music.
We are the future, and nothing can stop us
Bringing FUN back to OPM

SOLABROS.com are brothers. Born and raised in the urban neighborhood of Mandaluyong City, Philippines, they are the children of multi-talented, multi awarded musician Jerome Abalos. Jerome was the singer behind the monster hit song “Larawang Kupas.” He was also the co-founder and front man of the 90s thrash metal band “Death By Stereo” and progressive rock band “Majesty.”

Jerome Abalos released 3 solo albums and 2 studio albums with his band. Death by Stereo’s self titled debut album was certified gold record while his solo self-titled debut album featuring the monster hit song, LARAWANG KUPAS, was a certified platinum.

Nurtured by music from the moment they were conceived, Sean, Zack, and Shane grew up with the melodic sound of the keyboards, the ripping sound of heavy metal guitar solos, and the thunder-like beat of drums and percussions. Raised and mentored by a multi-talented, multi genre musical artist of a father and fueled by their mutual interest in rock and roll, heavy metal, progressive rock, and alternative rock, Solabros.com can be considered as one of the rising stars in the Philippines, be it local or in international music scene.

The band was formed in 2015 by singer, songwriter, and keyboard player Sean Abalos and his younger brother, lead guitarist and singer Zachary Jeymz. From the moment Sean and Zack held their instruments and started playing, it was clear that they had a future in the local and international music scene. The band was soon joined by the band’s drummer Shane Steven, the youngest of the Abalos brothers, who gave the band his powerful Lars Ulrich-like drumming style. “Initially, we just wanted to be a band,” recalled Sean. “But when Shane officially joined us and started making all those power beats and double basses, our paradigm shifted and our aspiration changed overnight. We now wanted, not just to
be any band, we now wanted to be among the best bands locally and overseas.”

Though with different personalities, Sean, Zack, and Shane’s talents blended and clicked. In 2016, Solabros.com joined their first “Battle of the Bands,” their first public appearance. Since then, the trio had regular gigs in several bars in Manila and Luzon.



Sean Francis Abalos (vocals, keyboards) 
He is currently finishing his bachelor’s degree at Jose Rizal University in Mandaluyong City. 

After harnessing his God-given singing talent, Sean was trained on keyboardsand has been loving his new skill ever since.











Zachary Jeymz Abalos (guitars, vocals) 
He was exposed to music at a very young age. He is a currently in junior high school. 

With the encouragement of his dad, Zack trained himself to play the guitar, starting with acoustic, he leveled up almost overnight and has since mastered the electric guitar.

At only 16 years old, and only a year of playing, Zack has become a guitar phenom. His skills were way beyond his years.










Shane Steven Abalos (drums, vocals) 
The youngest of the Abalos brothers. At 14 years old, Shane is currently a freshman in high school.

With his passion for drums and percussion, Shane was initially trained to play the drums by his father. Shane focused with his training and has dramatically improved his drums and vocals skills. 

At only 14 years old and
only a year of playing, Shane can now be considered a drummer par excellence.






Watch out for more updates and their upcoming shows, events, and tours

by joining Solabros.com’s email list or following them on

Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Social media accounts:
www.facebook.com/solabros/
www.twitter.com/solabros
www.instagram.com/solabros_com/
www.facebook.com/jeromeabalosdbs/
www.youtube.com/c/jeromeabalos

Our Story: SOLABROS.COM


Same Blood, Different Talents, All Music.
We are the future, and nothing can stop us
Bringing FUN back to OPM

SOLABROS.com are brothers. Born and raised in the urban neighborhood of Mandaluyong City, Philippines, they are the children of multi-talented, multi awarded musician Jerome Abalos. Jerome was the singer behind the monster hit song “Larawang Kupas.” He was also the co-founder and front man of the 90s thrash metal band “Death By Stereo” and progressive rock band “Majesty.”

Jerome Abalos released 3 solo albums and 2 studio albums with his band. Death by Stereo’s self titled debut album was certified gold record while his solo self-titled debut album featuring the monster hit song, LARAWANG KUPAS, was a certified platinum.

Nurtured by music from the moment they were conceived, Sean, Zack, and Shane grew up with the melodic sound of the keyboards, the ripping sound of heavy metal guitar solos, and the thunder-like beat of drums and percussions. Raised and mentored by a multi-talented, multi genre musical artist of a father and fueled by their mutual interest in rock and roll, heavy metal, progressive rock, and alternative rock, Solabros.com can be considered as one of the rising stars in the Philippines, be it local or in international music scene.

The band was formed in 2015 by singer, songwriter, and keyboard player Sean Abalos and his younger brother, lead guitarist and singer Zachary Jeymz. From the moment Sean and Zack held their instruments and started playing, it was clear that they had a future in the local and international music scene. The band was soon joined by the band’s drummer Shane Steven, the youngest of the Abalos brothers, who gave the band his powerful Lars Ulrich-like drumming style. “Initially, we just wanted to be a band,” recalled Sean. “But when Shane officially joined us and started making all those power beats and double basses, our paradigm shifted and our aspiration changed overnight. We now wanted, not just to
be any band, we now wanted to be among the best bands locally and overseas.”

Though with different personalities, Sean, Zack, and Shane’s talents blended and clicked. In 2016, Solabros.com joined their first “Battle of the Bands,” their first public appearance. Since then, the trio had regular gigs in several bars in Manila and Luzon.



Sean Francis Abalos (vocals, keyboards) 
He is currently finishing his bachelor’s degree at Jose Rizal University in Mandaluyong City. 

After harnessing his God-given singing talent, Sean was trained on keyboardsand has been loving his new skill ever since.











Zachary Jeymz Abalos (guitars, vocals) 
He was exposed to music at a very young age. He is a currently in junior high school. 

With the encouragement of his dad, Zack trained himself to play the guitar, starting with acoustic, he leveled up almost overnight and has since mastered the electric guitar.

At only 16 years old, and only a year of playing, Zack has become a guitar phenom. His skills were way beyond his years.










Shane Steven Abalos (drums, vocals) 
The youngest of the Abalos brothers. At 14 years old, Shane is currently a freshman in high school.

With his passion for drums and percussion, Shane was initially trained to play the drums by his father. Shane focused with his training and has dramatically improved his drums and vocals skills. 

At only 14 years old and
only a year of playing, Shane can now be considered a drummer par excellence.






Watch out for more updates and their upcoming shows, events, and tours

by joining Solabros.com’s email list or following them on

Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Social media accounts:
www.facebook.com/solabros/
www.twitter.com/solabros
www.instagram.com/solabros_com/
www.facebook.com/jeromeabalosdbs/
www.youtube.com/c/jeromeabalos

Posted at 7:47 AM  |  by #MisterMisis

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Thursday, July 27, 2017



For the longest time, the global fast-food scene has one strict rule for beef patties: they only belong between burger buns.

But in a country like the Philippines, a meal can never be considered a proper one without our favorite grain: rice. Most of the local dishes go well with a serving of white rice and a splash of flavorful sauce or broth.

In 1995, Jollibee—the country’s top fast-food chain and proud homegrown Pinoy brand—brought together a fast-food favorite and a Pinoy staple to create a new classic offering: the Burger Steak. Made with 100% beef patty seasoned to suit Pinoy tastes, drizzled with a flavorful mushroom gravy (a time-tested flavor pairing used the world over: beef and mushroom), and served with white rice, the Burger Steak was an instant hit for diners looking for their kanin-and-ulam fix.

“The Jollibee Burger Steak was inspired by something that many Pinoys know to be true: a flavor-packed, saucy ulam served with steamed white rice really hits the spot,” said Cathleen Capati, Jollibee Core Category Marketing Director. “But that’s the beauty of that idea. It seemed so simple, but nobody else did that over twenty years ago. For me, Jollibee only proved that we truly know and understand the Pinoy palate.”

Today, the Burger Steak remains to be a consistent Jollibee best-seller, with hundreds and hundreds of meals sold each day in 1,000 Jollibee stores nationwide. The rich classic flavors that this dish delivers is just one reason for its enduring popularity, as the fact that it has remained very affordable for over two decades continues to attract customers, too.

“Aside from the Burger Steak delivering a truly beefy-linamnam, saucy-sarap dining experience every time, it delivers great value, too,” added Ms. Capati. “For only 50 pesos, you get delicious ulam and rice for a truly satisfying meal.”

Experience the beefy-linamnam and saucy-sarap goodness of the Burger Steak for yourself today. The Jollibee Burger Steak is available for dine-in, take-out, delivery, and drive-thru transactions, with prices starting at P50.00* for the Solo Meal.

For more information on your classic Jolly favorites, like www.facebook.com/JollibeePhilippines or follow @Jollibee on Twitter and Instagram.

* Prices may vary across different locations.


Jollibee Burger Steak: Rich classic flavors, real value



For the longest time, the global fast-food scene has one strict rule for beef patties: they only belong between burger buns.

But in a country like the Philippines, a meal can never be considered a proper one without our favorite grain: rice. Most of the local dishes go well with a serving of white rice and a splash of flavorful sauce or broth.

In 1995, Jollibee—the country’s top fast-food chain and proud homegrown Pinoy brand—brought together a fast-food favorite and a Pinoy staple to create a new classic offering: the Burger Steak. Made with 100% beef patty seasoned to suit Pinoy tastes, drizzled with a flavorful mushroom gravy (a time-tested flavor pairing used the world over: beef and mushroom), and served with white rice, the Burger Steak was an instant hit for diners looking for their kanin-and-ulam fix.

“The Jollibee Burger Steak was inspired by something that many Pinoys know to be true: a flavor-packed, saucy ulam served with steamed white rice really hits the spot,” said Cathleen Capati, Jollibee Core Category Marketing Director. “But that’s the beauty of that idea. It seemed so simple, but nobody else did that over twenty years ago. For me, Jollibee only proved that we truly know and understand the Pinoy palate.”

Today, the Burger Steak remains to be a consistent Jollibee best-seller, with hundreds and hundreds of meals sold each day in 1,000 Jollibee stores nationwide. The rich classic flavors that this dish delivers is just one reason for its enduring popularity, as the fact that it has remained very affordable for over two decades continues to attract customers, too.

“Aside from the Burger Steak delivering a truly beefy-linamnam, saucy-sarap dining experience every time, it delivers great value, too,” added Ms. Capati. “For only 50 pesos, you get delicious ulam and rice for a truly satisfying meal.”

Experience the beefy-linamnam and saucy-sarap goodness of the Burger Steak for yourself today. The Jollibee Burger Steak is available for dine-in, take-out, delivery, and drive-thru transactions, with prices starting at P50.00* for the Solo Meal.

For more information on your classic Jolly favorites, like www.facebook.com/JollibeePhilippines or follow @Jollibee on Twitter and Instagram.

* Prices may vary across different locations.


Posted at 1:57 PM  |  by #MisterMisis

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Last July 18, 2017 a small step in the advancement of IT Education in particular, Digital Graphics was held in Boracay Function Hall of EDSA Shangri- La Plaza. This event forged the partnership of Philippine Society of  IT Educators (PSITE), ATI and HUION. The Partnership Contract Signing was headed by none other than Mr. KC Leong, Huion’s Regional Business Manager South East Asia and Mr. Neil Balba, PSITE National Board Director.


An introduction about HUION and products they are offering was discussed by Mr. Leong himself. He mentioned that HUION offers a wide selection of graphics technology and hardware at a lower price compared to the competition. Since they have their own R&D and manufacturing, HUION does make sure that all their products caters to the needs of the current digital graphics artists and of top quality.












About ATI
American Technologies Inc is one of the major players in Information Technology Distribution business here in our country today. For over 30 years now, they have been one of the go-to name for IT related products and services, ATI offers a wide range of IT brands and cater to different segments like Information Technology, Digital Production, Construction Technology, Transport Technology, Green Technology, Medical and/or Personal Technology.













                                                                About PSITE
Philippine Society of Information Technology Educators Foundation Inc is an organization composed of academic institutions, IT program heads, faculty members, corporate members, and IT graduate students. It aims to promote quality Information Technology education in the country through workshops, seminars, industry-academe linkages, and programs designed to benefit its members, and the academic sector in general. PSITE Foundation was granted the certificate of incorporation by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC Reg. No. A199901393) last March 31, 1999. The general objective of the Society shall be the promotion of quality Information Technology (IT) education. Specifically, the Society shall serve as a venue for the optimization and development of faculty members, curricula, projects, research, resources, linkages, and assistance in policy formulation related to IT education.


HUION For Your Digital Graphic Needs



Last July 18, 2017 a small step in the advancement of IT Education in particular, Digital Graphics was held in Boracay Function Hall of EDSA Shangri- La Plaza. This event forged the partnership of Philippine Society of  IT Educators (PSITE), ATI and HUION. The Partnership Contract Signing was headed by none other than Mr. KC Leong, Huion’s Regional Business Manager South East Asia and Mr. Neil Balba, PSITE National Board Director.


An introduction about HUION and products they are offering was discussed by Mr. Leong himself. He mentioned that HUION offers a wide selection of graphics technology and hardware at a lower price compared to the competition. Since they have their own R&D and manufacturing, HUION does make sure that all their products caters to the needs of the current digital graphics artists and of top quality.












About ATI
American Technologies Inc is one of the major players in Information Technology Distribution business here in our country today. For over 30 years now, they have been one of the go-to name for IT related products and services, ATI offers a wide range of IT brands and cater to different segments like Information Technology, Digital Production, Construction Technology, Transport Technology, Green Technology, Medical and/or Personal Technology.













                                                                About PSITE
Philippine Society of Information Technology Educators Foundation Inc is an organization composed of academic institutions, IT program heads, faculty members, corporate members, and IT graduate students. It aims to promote quality Information Technology education in the country through workshops, seminars, industry-academe linkages, and programs designed to benefit its members, and the academic sector in general. PSITE Foundation was granted the certificate of incorporation by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC Reg. No. A199901393) last March 31, 1999. The general objective of the Society shall be the promotion of quality Information Technology (IT) education. Specifically, the Society shall serve as a venue for the optimization and development of faculty members, curricula, projects, research, resources, linkages, and assistance in policy formulation related to IT education.


Posted at 1:41 PM  |  by Misis Nikole

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Monday, July 24, 2017



Hello mga misis, today's Filipino Food ulam is Giniling! This Pinoy ulam is special for me kasi favorite ito ni Tatay. A little trivia, some years ago nung jowa levels pa lang kami ni Tatay, I asked him what is his favorite ulam, He answered, he can eat Giniling everyday. Ayun na mga marse, pag uwi ko, mega ask ako sa Tita ko na magaling magluto to cook giniling the next day so I can watch. A bit tiring ang preparation, mega tadtad ng vegetables but then the end product is worth it. And of course whenever sinasabi ni Tatay na ang sarap ng uto ni Nanay, pak na kahit amoy bawangpa ang mga daliri ko lol!

Here's how I cook Tatay's favorite Giniling, please watch:


Cooking Misis: Giniling (Mixed Ground Pork)



Hello mga misis, today's Filipino Food ulam is Giniling! This Pinoy ulam is special for me kasi favorite ito ni Tatay. A little trivia, some years ago nung jowa levels pa lang kami ni Tatay, I asked him what is his favorite ulam, He answered, he can eat Giniling everyday. Ayun na mga marse, pag uwi ko, mega ask ako sa Tita ko na magaling magluto to cook giniling the next day so I can watch. A bit tiring ang preparation, mega tadtad ng vegetables but then the end product is worth it. And of course whenever sinasabi ni Tatay na ang sarap ng uto ni Nanay, pak na kahit amoy bawangpa ang mga daliri ko lol!

Here's how I cook Tatay's favorite Giniling, please watch:


Posted at 1:44 PM  |  by Misis Nikole

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017



Hi friends, here's another feature from Chika Misis

This feature is not sponsored. I just wanted to share some of the baby bath products that are available in the market. All of what we have now are gifts and we are very thankful that our baby boy's bath time is already covered.

So here's my video blog and I hope you like it. (please bear with me as my editing skills are still in the works, thus this long video)






Chika Misis: Baby Bath Products



Hi friends, here's another feature from Chika Misis

This feature is not sponsored. I just wanted to share some of the baby bath products that are available in the market. All of what we have now are gifts and we are very thankful that our baby boy's bath time is already covered.

So here's my video blog and I hope you like it. (please bear with me as my editing skills are still in the works, thus this long video)






Posted at 11:30 AM  |  by Misis Nikole

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Monday, July 17, 2017


Hi friends, here's another feature for Chika Misis

This is a long overdue review that should have been posted during the Back-To-School season. But I realized it is still the back-to-school season since some schools will open on August. So hurrah for the excuse lol!

Anyway here's a bag review from the brand Zip It, hope you like it!



Thank you Brands department of National Book Store for the bag.

Chika Misis: Zip It Bags


Hi friends, here's another feature for Chika Misis

This is a long overdue review that should have been posted during the Back-To-School season. But I realized it is still the back-to-school season since some schools will open on August. So hurrah for the excuse lol!

Anyway here's a bag review from the brand Zip It, hope you like it!



Thank you Brands department of National Book Store for the bag.

Posted at 1:36 AM  |  by Misis Nikole

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Sunday, July 16, 2017



Hi friends, here's another feature on the Cooking Misis.

Last weekend, 2nd Avenue invited me for a cooking class, and for the love of cooking of course I said I will be there. It was held at the Mushrooms Kitchen School inside Valle Verde 5. The place is just enough for a whole class. I love the set-up, the Chef's table is fully equipped with a TV monitor for students to easily see what is being done in front. 

Everyone got excited know that what we'll be doing was Japanese Cuisine. When the recipe papers were handed over, I giggled out of excitement. We will be cooking Japanese Rice, Tempura, California Maki and Chicken Tempura for the whole afternoon. I was enjoying the whole time following instructions from our Chef instructor, no pressure, she was so patient and goes around to check and give tips especially on the Tempura. All the hard work was worth it because we finally created our own Bento Box with all our dishes.

I can describe it as an afternoon of cooking with friends, and we were totally happy with the results. Authentic Japanese Cuisine made by us. Super proud of myself for pulling this off and excited to try it at home.

Sharing with you my video blog about the event. Enjoy!




 

Cooking Misis: 2nd Avenue Cooking Class



Hi friends, here's another feature on the Cooking Misis.

Last weekend, 2nd Avenue invited me for a cooking class, and for the love of cooking of course I said I will be there. It was held at the Mushrooms Kitchen School inside Valle Verde 5. The place is just enough for a whole class. I love the set-up, the Chef's table is fully equipped with a TV monitor for students to easily see what is being done in front. 

Everyone got excited know that what we'll be doing was Japanese Cuisine. When the recipe papers were handed over, I giggled out of excitement. We will be cooking Japanese Rice, Tempura, California Maki and Chicken Tempura for the whole afternoon. I was enjoying the whole time following instructions from our Chef instructor, no pressure, she was so patient and goes around to check and give tips especially on the Tempura. All the hard work was worth it because we finally created our own Bento Box with all our dishes.

I can describe it as an afternoon of cooking with friends, and we were totally happy with the results. Authentic Japanese Cuisine made by us. Super proud of myself for pulling this off and excited to try it at home.

Sharing with you my video blog about the event. Enjoy!




 

Posted at 11:30 AM  |  by Misis Nikole

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Saturday, July 15, 2017



Hi again friends, today I craved and wanted to cook corned beef. I just feel like doing an easy dish since I am PMS-ing so you know what that means. Anyway, corned beef can be mixed with vegetables to make it a bit healthy. Here's how I did it and hope you like it!



Cooking Misis: Ginisang Corned Beef



Hi again friends, today I craved and wanted to cook corned beef. I just feel like doing an easy dish since I am PMS-ing so you know what that means. Anyway, corned beef can be mixed with vegetables to make it a bit healthy. Here's how I did it and hope you like it!



Posted at 8:30 PM  |  by Misis Nikole

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7-Eleven celebrates 7-Eleven Day with promos, concerts and more treats
Our favorite kapitbahay, 7-Eleven, is celebrating a significant milestone as it turns another year older.
Celebrating its birthday, 7-Eleven is giving back to its loyal customers and the communities they serve
through a series of concerts, promos and more treats starting this July 11 to thank them for all the
support and continued patronage!

CLiQQ Every Day! Deals Launch
The fun starts with the launch of CLiQQ Every Day! Deals where CLiQQ users can
choose 1 out of 3 mystery boxes available starting July 11! Products up for grabs
change daily so customers can choose from a wide range of daily deals. CLiQQ
users may redeem the product within 24 hours and claim them within the
month.

Slurpee x Big Bite Rock Back to School Combo

Students get the first taste
of 7-Eleven’s overflowing
treats starting with a special
deal with the ultimate budget back to school
combo for Slurpee and Big Bite, only for P49 (save
P5) from July 5 to August 15, 2017. A portion of the
sales for this promo will be donated to the student
council of 8 selected colleges/universities.
Our favorite kapitbahay is also preparing a special
musical treat for students with the Rock Back to
School concert series, featuring acts like
6Cyclemind, Moonstar88, Gracenote, and many
more, kicking off with a special sneak peek on July
11 at Eton Centris. Aside from this, the concert
series will go to different colleges and universities
in Metro Manila including Adamson University,
Pamantasang Lungsod ng Maynila, University of
Santo Tomas, and more.

To further amp up the excitement, there will be e-raffles for the chance to win 24 Bose Soundsport
earphones, another 24 winners of Bose Soundlink speakers, and 5 winners of backstage passes to the
Rock Back to School concert series.

Slurpee or City Blends? Get both on 7-Eleven Day!
Craving for a cool and tasty Slurpee or a hot City blends cup of coffee? Well then 7-Eleven has a treat for
you! You can enjoy the refreshing taste of Slurpee and share another cup with a friend for free if you
buy one Slurpee from 7-Eleven’s LV Locsin Store, and all Bacolod and Iloilo stores from July 1 to 11,
2017.
For those searching for a warm cuppa, City Blends will also be available for just P20 for a 12 oz cup and is
available in all stores with City Blends from July 10 to 16, 2017. Simply get a QCode found on the
7-Eleven Philippines Facebook page and
present upon payment to avail your favorite
these deals.

A Cup of Thankful: Calligraphy Event
Have your message of appreciation written in
the most artful way possible with renowned
calligraphist Carl Chua through A Cup of
Thankful. This will also happen on 7-Eleven Day
at the 7-Eleven LV Locsin store from 8am to
12nn.

7-Eleven gives back
As 7-Eleven celebrates being part of every Filipino’s daily lives, 7-Eleven also reached out to our brothers
and sisters who were affected by the conflict in Marawi. Donation Boxes were deployed in all corporate
7-Eleven stores in Mindanao.

Employees and customers had the
opportunity to share their blessings to help
the victims by providing them with food and
other in kind donations. This charitable drive
started last June and will last until July 11.
Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC) also
partnered with PhilSeven Foundation Inc.
(PFI) and Philippine Business for Social
Progress (PBSP) to support the 7-Eleven
Global Environmental Campaign by sustaining
a tree planting project at the Marikina
Watershed at the Brgy. Calawis, Antipolo City.

Employees get to volunteer, along with community to enhance two hectares of an agroforestry site
through the planting of 1550 fruit-bearing trees. With this activity, 7 Eleven hopes to improve the
biodiversity of the Marikina Watershed and provide at least 20 households with additional income.

Pioneering Convenience Retailing
The roots of the 7-Eleven we know and love today can be traced back to 1927, 7-Eleven began when an
employee of Southland Ice Company in Dallas started selling milk, eggs and bread from the ice dock, and
operated between 7 am and 11 pm.
7-Eleven is the world’s largest convenience retail chain that operates, franchises, and licenses in more
than 61,000 stores worldwide, and over 2,000 stores in the Philippines. The purveyor in convenience
retailing adds two new stores every two hours to their worldwide operations.
For more information & fun facts, visit https://www.facebook.com/711philippines/.

7-Eleven Day With A Bang!



7-Eleven celebrates 7-Eleven Day with promos, concerts and more treats
Our favorite kapitbahay, 7-Eleven, is celebrating a significant milestone as it turns another year older.
Celebrating its birthday, 7-Eleven is giving back to its loyal customers and the communities they serve
through a series of concerts, promos and more treats starting this July 11 to thank them for all the
support and continued patronage!

CLiQQ Every Day! Deals Launch
The fun starts with the launch of CLiQQ Every Day! Deals where CLiQQ users can
choose 1 out of 3 mystery boxes available starting July 11! Products up for grabs
change daily so customers can choose from a wide range of daily deals. CLiQQ
users may redeem the product within 24 hours and claim them within the
month.

Slurpee x Big Bite Rock Back to School Combo

Students get the first taste
of 7-Eleven’s overflowing
treats starting with a special
deal with the ultimate budget back to school
combo for Slurpee and Big Bite, only for P49 (save
P5) from July 5 to August 15, 2017. A portion of the
sales for this promo will be donated to the student
council of 8 selected colleges/universities.
Our favorite kapitbahay is also preparing a special
musical treat for students with the Rock Back to
School concert series, featuring acts like
6Cyclemind, Moonstar88, Gracenote, and many
more, kicking off with a special sneak peek on July
11 at Eton Centris. Aside from this, the concert
series will go to different colleges and universities
in Metro Manila including Adamson University,
Pamantasang Lungsod ng Maynila, University of
Santo Tomas, and more.

To further amp up the excitement, there will be e-raffles for the chance to win 24 Bose Soundsport
earphones, another 24 winners of Bose Soundlink speakers, and 5 winners of backstage passes to the
Rock Back to School concert series.

Slurpee or City Blends? Get both on 7-Eleven Day!
Craving for a cool and tasty Slurpee or a hot City blends cup of coffee? Well then 7-Eleven has a treat for
you! You can enjoy the refreshing taste of Slurpee and share another cup with a friend for free if you
buy one Slurpee from 7-Eleven’s LV Locsin Store, and all Bacolod and Iloilo stores from July 1 to 11,
2017.
For those searching for a warm cuppa, City Blends will also be available for just P20 for a 12 oz cup and is
available in all stores with City Blends from July 10 to 16, 2017. Simply get a QCode found on the
7-Eleven Philippines Facebook page and
present upon payment to avail your favorite
these deals.

A Cup of Thankful: Calligraphy Event
Have your message of appreciation written in
the most artful way possible with renowned
calligraphist Carl Chua through A Cup of
Thankful. This will also happen on 7-Eleven Day
at the 7-Eleven LV Locsin store from 8am to
12nn.

7-Eleven gives back
As 7-Eleven celebrates being part of every Filipino’s daily lives, 7-Eleven also reached out to our brothers
and sisters who were affected by the conflict in Marawi. Donation Boxes were deployed in all corporate
7-Eleven stores in Mindanao.

Employees and customers had the
opportunity to share their blessings to help
the victims by providing them with food and
other in kind donations. This charitable drive
started last June and will last until July 11.
Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC) also
partnered with PhilSeven Foundation Inc.
(PFI) and Philippine Business for Social
Progress (PBSP) to support the 7-Eleven
Global Environmental Campaign by sustaining
a tree planting project at the Marikina
Watershed at the Brgy. Calawis, Antipolo City.

Employees get to volunteer, along with community to enhance two hectares of an agroforestry site
through the planting of 1550 fruit-bearing trees. With this activity, 7 Eleven hopes to improve the
biodiversity of the Marikina Watershed and provide at least 20 households with additional income.

Pioneering Convenience Retailing
The roots of the 7-Eleven we know and love today can be traced back to 1927, 7-Eleven began when an
employee of Southland Ice Company in Dallas started selling milk, eggs and bread from the ice dock, and
operated between 7 am and 11 pm.
7-Eleven is the world’s largest convenience retail chain that operates, franchises, and licenses in more
than 61,000 stores worldwide, and over 2,000 stores in the Philippines. The purveyor in convenience
retailing adds two new stores every two hours to their worldwide operations.
For more information & fun facts, visit https://www.facebook.com/711philippines/.

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On our #CookingMisis segment now is my "Chicken Adobo" as a disclaimer this is just my version and what I call the basic. Eventually if you'll learn your own measurement and depending on your family's taste, you can also create your own version.

So here goes the video, hope you like it:


Cooking Misis: Chicken Adobo


On our #CookingMisis segment now is my "Chicken Adobo" as a disclaimer this is just my version and what I call the basic. Eventually if you'll learn your own measurement and depending on your family's taste, you can also create your own version.

So here goes the video, hope you like it:


Posted at 11:30 AM  |  by Misis Nikole

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Friday, July 14, 2017



Kidzoona is the best play place so far that is toddler and budget friendly. So I thought we could have a playdate together with my "Kumare's" and their toddlers too. This was our first and plans to do it every month and adding some more friends from our previous company where we all got to know each other.

Here's a quick tour of the Kidzoona play area and a few tips about the place. Enjoy the video!


Chika Misis: A Kidzoona Playdate



Kidzoona is the best play place so far that is toddler and budget friendly. So I thought we could have a playdate together with my "Kumare's" and their toddlers too. This was our first and plans to do it every month and adding some more friends from our previous company where we all got to know each other.

Here's a quick tour of the Kidzoona play area and a few tips about the place. Enjoy the video!


Posted at 11:30 AM  |  by Misis Nikole

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In this day and age, movie makers would rather go with a safe category  and one that will ensure good ticket sales. Often times movies should have a "love team" in it or a teen group, anything that the millennials would love. There's nothing wrong with that because piracy is everywhere and production outfits just wanted to make sure that their hard work is paid off as well.

So when I was invited to the press conference of "Double Barrel" I was a bit surprised that it is an action film. But was impressed on how brave they are to pursue the movie making. And they are all positive that action films can still be a hit even through these times. "Double Barrel" stars Jeric Raval, Phoebe Walker and AJ Muhlach. Joining the cast is a newbie in the showbiz world but is still famous by name - Ali Khatibi; yes he is the better half of my personal bet as the winner of the defunct reality show "I Can Do That" Cristine Reyes-Khatibi.

I admit, I am more curious of who Ali is in person and what's his take on showbiz life. Also, did Cristine instantly allow his entering showbizness? Find out more with our quick interview with Ali during the presscon on the video below:


Double Barrel is showing on August 2 in cinemas.

Double Barrel: An Action Film from Viva Films



In this day and age, movie makers would rather go with a safe category  and one that will ensure good ticket sales. Often times movies should have a "love team" in it or a teen group, anything that the millennials would love. There's nothing wrong with that because piracy is everywhere and production outfits just wanted to make sure that their hard work is paid off as well.

So when I was invited to the press conference of "Double Barrel" I was a bit surprised that it is an action film. But was impressed on how brave they are to pursue the movie making. And they are all positive that action films can still be a hit even through these times. "Double Barrel" stars Jeric Raval, Phoebe Walker and AJ Muhlach. Joining the cast is a newbie in the showbiz world but is still famous by name - Ali Khatibi; yes he is the better half of my personal bet as the winner of the defunct reality show "I Can Do That" Cristine Reyes-Khatibi.

I admit, I am more curious of who Ali is in person and what's his take on showbiz life. Also, did Cristine instantly allow his entering showbizness? Find out more with our quick interview with Ali during the presscon on the video below:


Double Barrel is showing on August 2 in cinemas.

Posted at 12:40 AM  |  by Misis Nikole

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Tuesday, July 4, 2017



As much as I want to not introduce my son to gadgets, let's face it, there's no way we can escape. They see us and other children using phones or iPads/tablets, thus they would also want one. Our little boy now 2 years old has a Chery Mobile phone for his offline youtube videos. We don't want him to go online even if its youtube kids because he wants to watch all of the videos non-stop. At least with offline he only has a few and will get tired of it, then he stops and plays with his toys again.

I stumbled upon a Facebook post of a mom sharing her story of what happened to her child because of the excessive use of gadgets. Take your time to read and learn something out of their experience.

FYI: I asked permission for this to be posted

Share ko lng po nangyari sa amin.. mahaba po ito pero sana ay basahin po ninyo lalo na po kung may mga anak kyo...

Ako po si Maricon Molvizar, 34 yo. Isang Momtrepreneur.. may 2 anak.. ang panganay ko ay lalake, 15yo  Grade 10 at si Mikayla na Grade 2.. ito po ang aming istorya:

Nung june 27, around 10:30-11pm, naglilinis ako ng sala nmin at narinig na tumitili si mikayla na parang nakakita ng ipis.. tinanong ko kng anong nangyayari at dahil alam kong allergic cya sa ipis kya tumayo ako at mag susuot ng slippers pero bago ko pa maisuot ay sumigaw na tlga cya at tinawag ang pangalan ko kya napatakbo ako agad dahil hindi na normal ang pag tawag nya sa akin.. pag dating ko sa pintuan ng kwarto namin, nakita ko si mikayla na nasa lapag, nangingisay at nka hubo’t hubad (dahil naligo cya). Hinawakan ko kaagad ang ulo nya para i-check kung may bukol ba or may sugat, thank God wla.. tiningnan ko ung lapag kung may bakas ng pagkadulas nya kc naligo nga cya nun.. wla nman.. kya pinaupo ko cya sa lapag dahil nangingisay prn cya ng bahagya.. tinanong ko kung anong nangyari, ang sagot nya lng sa akin “mommy, d ko ma move ung (left) arm ko!” medyo nag hi-hysterical na ako kasi first time nangyari sa kanya un at hindi ko alam kng anong gagawin ko kya pinatayo ko cya para pumunta ng kama pero bumagsak cya na hawak ko kaya binuhat ko agad cya papuntang kama.. sa kama habang kandong ko cya, paulit-ulit kong tinatanong kung ano ba talagang nangyari? Bkt d pa cya bihis? Kung may masakit ba sa katawan nya? Kung ano bang nararamdaman nya? Sunud-sunod ang tanong ko dhl kinakabahan na ako pero ang tanging sagot nya sa akin, “mommy, ayaw talaga mag move ng arm ko.. look mo parang jelly na cya!” napansin ko na tabingi ung right lips nya at bulol mag salita si mikayla, eh hindi nman cya bulol kung mag salita.. pinatawag ko sa panganay ko ung kapatid ko na nsa kabilang bahay lang.. tinanong nya ng maayos si mikayla kng anong nararamdaman at kung saan may masakit na parte ng katawan nya.. pero un pa rin ang sagot ni mikayla.. tiningnan ng kapatid ko ung arm ni mikayla pero no response, pinamove nmin ung fingers pero d kayang i-fold ni mikayla kaya minasahe ng kapatid ko.. after few minutes, nagagalaw na unti-unti ni mikayla ang fingers nya at naka-recover na dn.. tinanong nmin cya ulit kung ano bang nangyari sknya.. ang kwento nya after dw nyang maligo, binuhay nya ung tv tapos pinag tripan nya ung hikaw nya na itusok sa putol na crayon tpos na feel na lng dw nya na nag shake ung left hand nya tapos nakaramdam dw cya ng pagkahilo.. kaya siguro ung pag sigaw nya ng una ay na feel nyang nag shake na ung hand nya tpos lalabas na sna cya ng kwarto para puntahan ako kaso inabutan na cya ng pagkahilo sa pinto ng kwarto nmin.. iniisip ko bka na stroke na ung anak ko kaso bkt nakakagalaw prn cya at bkt left part ng body nya ung paralize pro right lip ang tumabingi? kya sinabihan ako ng kapatid ko na ipa-check up para malaman ang dahilan..

Around 12:30am, june 28, after kong ipaalam sa husband ko at parents ko ang ngyri kay mikayla ay dinala na nmin ng isa ko pang kapatid sa ospital.. dun na tumagpo ang asawa ko dahil galing sa trabaho.. sa loob ng ER ay in-interview kmi, good thing isang nurse sa ER ng ospital na un ang kapatid ko.. hindi matukoy ng residing doctor ang reasons kng bakit nag seizure si mikayla kaya pina CT scan at xray na muna nya para malaman kung nabalian or nabagok ba ang ulo ni mikayla sa pagkakabagsak.. sinabihan nya dn kami na kailangan ma-confine si mikayla for further check up ng pedia at mdyo critical kung uuwi kmi agad dhl bka maulit ulit ang seizure.. at 8:30am, nakausap nmin ang PEDIA at sinabing mukhang ok na si mikayla dahil makulit na ulit but just to make sure ay mg re-refer cya ng NEURO PEDIA para malaman nmin ang cause ng seizure.. 11am, dumating ang neuro pedia. Chineck si mikayla, nag bigay ng physical tests tapos sinabihan kami na nid ng EEG at MRI dhl nag suffer si mikayla sa FOCAL SEIZURE.. inalam nmin ang naging cause, d nya masagot ng maayos kng bkt na-trigger dhl wala pang EEG at MRI pero mostly the reason is EXCESSIVE USE OF GADGETS..

Yes, excessive use of gadgets.. kasi simula nung nag bakasyon last march 2017, wala ng ibang inatupag si mikayla kundi ang ipad nya or watch tv.. bkt ko hinayaan? Kasi isa akong MOMTREPRENEUR, ang line of business ko ay crafting, so need ko ng super amount of time na matapos ko ang isang project/orders ko para sa client na may deadline.. wala po kaming katulong sa bahay, kami lng 3 mag-iina ang laging nasa bahay, wla dn po akong katulong sa craftings ko kya para hindi ako maistorbo ay hinayaan ko cya gumamit ng ipad.. is it my fault? Partly yes! Kasi nakakausap ko lng cya pg katapos kong mag luto ng food at tuwing kakain kami.. papasok lng ako sa kwarto para paliguin ko cya.. makakatabi ko lng cya pag napagod ako sa ginagawa ko tpos balik trabaho na ulit ako.. mas nabigyan ko ng oras ang projects ko kaya na neglect ko si Mikayla at hinayaan ko gumamit ng ipad kasi alam kong wla nman mngyayari sa kanya ng dahil lng sa ipad dhl most of the time ay either nakaupo or nakahiga lng sa kama.. at para na rin hindi nya ako gambalain sa ginagawa ko..

Now, back to Mikaylas case.. after CT scan, X-ray, EEG at MRI, all result are negative.. ALMOST normal.. why almost normal? Kc sa EEG result nya ay nakitang mabagal ang right brain reaction sa isang part ng test na may flickering lights, sbi kc baka dahil nga nung nakaraang gabi na nag seizure cya.. at sa MRI nya ay may nakitang ugat na parang nag photo bomber lang kya ni-refer nman kami sa isang NEUROSURGEON.. after reviewing the MRI result, sbi smn ng neurosurgeon ay normal veins lng cya and nothing to worry.. kasi as per mikaylas neuro pedia, ang face natin ay symmetrical na pag hinati sa gitna ang mukha natin ay parehas na may tig isang mata at tenga, kalahating ilong at bibig.. ung ugat na nakita sa MRI ay parang nunal sa mukha.. or kya siguro lumabas dw un ay dahil inatake ulit si mikayla ng mild seizure before ng MRI test nya kya bka fresh pa masyado ung brain reaction kya lumitaw un... we still dont know yet kya may follow-up MRI pa kmi after 2 weeks..
June 30, 8pm.. nakalabas na kmi ng ospital.. dala ang mga medicines at maintenance ni mikayla.. our neuro pedia advice us na maximum of 2hrs A DAY lang tlga dapat ang pag gamit ng gadgets ng mga bata at iwas puyat para maiwasan ang ganitong sakit..

mikayla is still a normal child, makulit, madaldal but makakaranas prn ng twitching from time to time dhl un ang reaction na ng brain nya.. ung maintenance nyang gamot ay para maiwasan ang seizure.. sa totoo lang po malusog ang anak ko kahit allergic cya sa madaming bagay.. lahat ng nakakakilala sa anak ko ay talagang nagulat kng bkt nagkasakit si mikayla ng ganun.. kya nga po ako nag post ay para maiwasan nyo ito dahil sa totoo lang nakakatakot ang pangyayari, idagdag nyo pa ang gagastusin nyo. Ang sakit na focal seizure ay hindi po nakakahawa na pag hinawakan mo ang isang taong nag se-seizure ay pati ikaw ay mg seizure dn, hindi po totoo un.. para po maiwasan natin sa mga anak natin ang ganitong klaseng sakit at i-minimal use natin sila sa mga gadgets, tv or computer at pagpupuyat.. hindi ko din po sinasabi sa post kong ito na kung ang anak ko ay nagka seizure ay mrn dn ang anak nyo.. ang sa akin lng po ay iwasan natin silang gumamit ng matagalan ng mga gadgets.. ito po ay para sa kalusugan ng ating mga anak at para na dn po sa ating mga bulsa dahil hindi po biro ang gastusin pag naospital.

Early signs? yes mrn po.. First week of june, kinakausap ko si mikayla at inutusan kong tumingin skn.. sagot nya nka tingin na dw cya pero nakikita kong parang nabanlag cya.. left eye nakatingin skn tapos ung right eye d skn nkatingin.. isa na dw un sa symptoms.. minsan kumakain kmi tpos parang na spaced-out cya, then nung tinawag ko cya parang nagulat pa cya kng anong ngyri.. akala ko arte na lng pero isa na dn pla un sa symptoms ng focal seizure.. minsan pag nag ku-kwentuhan kami sbi nya parang na lost na dw memory nya kc d nya talaga maalala.. to think na nung isang araw lng ngyri un.. ako nman kala ko arte nya lng ulit un kasi nga bata eh.. bka sadyang umaarte na pero mali pla ako dahil lahat ng signs na nakita ko noon at d ko binigyang pansin ay hindi ko akalain na mga symptoms na pla un ng focal seizure.. KASI HINDI KO ALAM! Kya po ngayon ay ibinabahagi ko snyo kaya dapat each parent should be aware of their child, kahit po gaano tyo ka-busy.. hinayaan ko si mikayla mg ipad para d nya ako maistorbo.. mostly sa atin (aminin nyo man o hindi) ay binibigay ntn sa mga anak natin ang mga gadgets pra d tyo kulitin, guluhin o istorbohin sa ginagawa natin.. tyo nga pag nasobrahan tyo sa pag facebook or computer eh sumasakit ulo natin.. how much more pa kya mga bata? hindi ko nga alam na pde pla magkaroon ng ganitong sakin ang anak ko eh, kasi hindi ako aware na pde pla..

Kung may katanungan po kyo about sa focal seizure, eto po ang link..
Salamat po na matyaga nyong pagbabasa and sana d nyo po ito maranasan.

http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/seizures-focal-partial

Parents Be Aware: Excessive Use of Gadgets



As much as I want to not introduce my son to gadgets, let's face it, there's no way we can escape. They see us and other children using phones or iPads/tablets, thus they would also want one. Our little boy now 2 years old has a Chery Mobile phone for his offline youtube videos. We don't want him to go online even if its youtube kids because he wants to watch all of the videos non-stop. At least with offline he only has a few and will get tired of it, then he stops and plays with his toys again.

I stumbled upon a Facebook post of a mom sharing her story of what happened to her child because of the excessive use of gadgets. Take your time to read and learn something out of their experience.

FYI: I asked permission for this to be posted

Share ko lng po nangyari sa amin.. mahaba po ito pero sana ay basahin po ninyo lalo na po kung may mga anak kyo...

Ako po si Maricon Molvizar, 34 yo. Isang Momtrepreneur.. may 2 anak.. ang panganay ko ay lalake, 15yo  Grade 10 at si Mikayla na Grade 2.. ito po ang aming istorya:

Nung june 27, around 10:30-11pm, naglilinis ako ng sala nmin at narinig na tumitili si mikayla na parang nakakita ng ipis.. tinanong ko kng anong nangyayari at dahil alam kong allergic cya sa ipis kya tumayo ako at mag susuot ng slippers pero bago ko pa maisuot ay sumigaw na tlga cya at tinawag ang pangalan ko kya napatakbo ako agad dahil hindi na normal ang pag tawag nya sa akin.. pag dating ko sa pintuan ng kwarto namin, nakita ko si mikayla na nasa lapag, nangingisay at nka hubo’t hubad (dahil naligo cya). Hinawakan ko kaagad ang ulo nya para i-check kung may bukol ba or may sugat, thank God wla.. tiningnan ko ung lapag kung may bakas ng pagkadulas nya kc naligo nga cya nun.. wla nman.. kya pinaupo ko cya sa lapag dahil nangingisay prn cya ng bahagya.. tinanong ko kung anong nangyari, ang sagot nya lng sa akin “mommy, d ko ma move ung (left) arm ko!” medyo nag hi-hysterical na ako kasi first time nangyari sa kanya un at hindi ko alam kng anong gagawin ko kya pinatayo ko cya para pumunta ng kama pero bumagsak cya na hawak ko kaya binuhat ko agad cya papuntang kama.. sa kama habang kandong ko cya, paulit-ulit kong tinatanong kung ano ba talagang nangyari? Bkt d pa cya bihis? Kung may masakit ba sa katawan nya? Kung ano bang nararamdaman nya? Sunud-sunod ang tanong ko dhl kinakabahan na ako pero ang tanging sagot nya sa akin, “mommy, ayaw talaga mag move ng arm ko.. look mo parang jelly na cya!” napansin ko na tabingi ung right lips nya at bulol mag salita si mikayla, eh hindi nman cya bulol kung mag salita.. pinatawag ko sa panganay ko ung kapatid ko na nsa kabilang bahay lang.. tinanong nya ng maayos si mikayla kng anong nararamdaman at kung saan may masakit na parte ng katawan nya.. pero un pa rin ang sagot ni mikayla.. tiningnan ng kapatid ko ung arm ni mikayla pero no response, pinamove nmin ung fingers pero d kayang i-fold ni mikayla kaya minasahe ng kapatid ko.. after few minutes, nagagalaw na unti-unti ni mikayla ang fingers nya at naka-recover na dn.. tinanong nmin cya ulit kung ano bang nangyari sknya.. ang kwento nya after dw nyang maligo, binuhay nya ung tv tapos pinag tripan nya ung hikaw nya na itusok sa putol na crayon tpos na feel na lng dw nya na nag shake ung left hand nya tapos nakaramdam dw cya ng pagkahilo.. kaya siguro ung pag sigaw nya ng una ay na feel nyang nag shake na ung hand nya tpos lalabas na sna cya ng kwarto para puntahan ako kaso inabutan na cya ng pagkahilo sa pinto ng kwarto nmin.. iniisip ko bka na stroke na ung anak ko kaso bkt nakakagalaw prn cya at bkt left part ng body nya ung paralize pro right lip ang tumabingi? kya sinabihan ako ng kapatid ko na ipa-check up para malaman ang dahilan..

Around 12:30am, june 28, after kong ipaalam sa husband ko at parents ko ang ngyri kay mikayla ay dinala na nmin ng isa ko pang kapatid sa ospital.. dun na tumagpo ang asawa ko dahil galing sa trabaho.. sa loob ng ER ay in-interview kmi, good thing isang nurse sa ER ng ospital na un ang kapatid ko.. hindi matukoy ng residing doctor ang reasons kng bakit nag seizure si mikayla kaya pina CT scan at xray na muna nya para malaman kung nabalian or nabagok ba ang ulo ni mikayla sa pagkakabagsak.. sinabihan nya dn kami na kailangan ma-confine si mikayla for further check up ng pedia at mdyo critical kung uuwi kmi agad dhl bka maulit ulit ang seizure.. at 8:30am, nakausap nmin ang PEDIA at sinabing mukhang ok na si mikayla dahil makulit na ulit but just to make sure ay mg re-refer cya ng NEURO PEDIA para malaman nmin ang cause ng seizure.. 11am, dumating ang neuro pedia. Chineck si mikayla, nag bigay ng physical tests tapos sinabihan kami na nid ng EEG at MRI dhl nag suffer si mikayla sa FOCAL SEIZURE.. inalam nmin ang naging cause, d nya masagot ng maayos kng bkt na-trigger dhl wala pang EEG at MRI pero mostly the reason is EXCESSIVE USE OF GADGETS..

Yes, excessive use of gadgets.. kasi simula nung nag bakasyon last march 2017, wala ng ibang inatupag si mikayla kundi ang ipad nya or watch tv.. bkt ko hinayaan? Kasi isa akong MOMTREPRENEUR, ang line of business ko ay crafting, so need ko ng super amount of time na matapos ko ang isang project/orders ko para sa client na may deadline.. wala po kaming katulong sa bahay, kami lng 3 mag-iina ang laging nasa bahay, wla dn po akong katulong sa craftings ko kya para hindi ako maistorbo ay hinayaan ko cya gumamit ng ipad.. is it my fault? Partly yes! Kasi nakakausap ko lng cya pg katapos kong mag luto ng food at tuwing kakain kami.. papasok lng ako sa kwarto para paliguin ko cya.. makakatabi ko lng cya pag napagod ako sa ginagawa ko tpos balik trabaho na ulit ako.. mas nabigyan ko ng oras ang projects ko kaya na neglect ko si Mikayla at hinayaan ko gumamit ng ipad kasi alam kong wla nman mngyayari sa kanya ng dahil lng sa ipad dhl most of the time ay either nakaupo or nakahiga lng sa kama.. at para na rin hindi nya ako gambalain sa ginagawa ko..

Now, back to Mikaylas case.. after CT scan, X-ray, EEG at MRI, all result are negative.. ALMOST normal.. why almost normal? Kc sa EEG result nya ay nakitang mabagal ang right brain reaction sa isang part ng test na may flickering lights, sbi kc baka dahil nga nung nakaraang gabi na nag seizure cya.. at sa MRI nya ay may nakitang ugat na parang nag photo bomber lang kya ni-refer nman kami sa isang NEUROSURGEON.. after reviewing the MRI result, sbi smn ng neurosurgeon ay normal veins lng cya and nothing to worry.. kasi as per mikaylas neuro pedia, ang face natin ay symmetrical na pag hinati sa gitna ang mukha natin ay parehas na may tig isang mata at tenga, kalahating ilong at bibig.. ung ugat na nakita sa MRI ay parang nunal sa mukha.. or kya siguro lumabas dw un ay dahil inatake ulit si mikayla ng mild seizure before ng MRI test nya kya bka fresh pa masyado ung brain reaction kya lumitaw un... we still dont know yet kya may follow-up MRI pa kmi after 2 weeks..
June 30, 8pm.. nakalabas na kmi ng ospital.. dala ang mga medicines at maintenance ni mikayla.. our neuro pedia advice us na maximum of 2hrs A DAY lang tlga dapat ang pag gamit ng gadgets ng mga bata at iwas puyat para maiwasan ang ganitong sakit..

mikayla is still a normal child, makulit, madaldal but makakaranas prn ng twitching from time to time dhl un ang reaction na ng brain nya.. ung maintenance nyang gamot ay para maiwasan ang seizure.. sa totoo lang po malusog ang anak ko kahit allergic cya sa madaming bagay.. lahat ng nakakakilala sa anak ko ay talagang nagulat kng bkt nagkasakit si mikayla ng ganun.. kya nga po ako nag post ay para maiwasan nyo ito dahil sa totoo lang nakakatakot ang pangyayari, idagdag nyo pa ang gagastusin nyo. Ang sakit na focal seizure ay hindi po nakakahawa na pag hinawakan mo ang isang taong nag se-seizure ay pati ikaw ay mg seizure dn, hindi po totoo un.. para po maiwasan natin sa mga anak natin ang ganitong klaseng sakit at i-minimal use natin sila sa mga gadgets, tv or computer at pagpupuyat.. hindi ko din po sinasabi sa post kong ito na kung ang anak ko ay nagka seizure ay mrn dn ang anak nyo.. ang sa akin lng po ay iwasan natin silang gumamit ng matagalan ng mga gadgets.. ito po ay para sa kalusugan ng ating mga anak at para na dn po sa ating mga bulsa dahil hindi po biro ang gastusin pag naospital.

Early signs? yes mrn po.. First week of june, kinakausap ko si mikayla at inutusan kong tumingin skn.. sagot nya nka tingin na dw cya pero nakikita kong parang nabanlag cya.. left eye nakatingin skn tapos ung right eye d skn nkatingin.. isa na dw un sa symptoms.. minsan kumakain kmi tpos parang na spaced-out cya, then nung tinawag ko cya parang nagulat pa cya kng anong ngyri.. akala ko arte na lng pero isa na dn pla un sa symptoms ng focal seizure.. minsan pag nag ku-kwentuhan kami sbi nya parang na lost na dw memory nya kc d nya talaga maalala.. to think na nung isang araw lng ngyri un.. ako nman kala ko arte nya lng ulit un kasi nga bata eh.. bka sadyang umaarte na pero mali pla ako dahil lahat ng signs na nakita ko noon at d ko binigyang pansin ay hindi ko akalain na mga symptoms na pla un ng focal seizure.. KASI HINDI KO ALAM! Kya po ngayon ay ibinabahagi ko snyo kaya dapat each parent should be aware of their child, kahit po gaano tyo ka-busy.. hinayaan ko si mikayla mg ipad para d nya ako maistorbo.. mostly sa atin (aminin nyo man o hindi) ay binibigay ntn sa mga anak natin ang mga gadgets pra d tyo kulitin, guluhin o istorbohin sa ginagawa natin.. tyo nga pag nasobrahan tyo sa pag facebook or computer eh sumasakit ulo natin.. how much more pa kya mga bata? hindi ko nga alam na pde pla magkaroon ng ganitong sakin ang anak ko eh, kasi hindi ako aware na pde pla..

Kung may katanungan po kyo about sa focal seizure, eto po ang link..
Salamat po na matyaga nyong pagbabasa and sana d nyo po ito maranasan.

http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/seizures-focal-partial

Posted at 1:16 PM  |  by Misis Nikole

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