My Place Under The Sun

Sunday, May 28, 2006

Brownian Method MTV

Jurly of SineBuano was kind enough to upload the latest SineBuano collaborative work, "Lami ang Guidili" MTV with Brownian Method.

Click here to watch:

The whole project took about two days to shoot and a week to edit.

Directed by:
Benjie Ordoñez
Jurly Maloloy-on
Denis Judilla


In Full Swing

Construction has begun on Aunt Genie's Bread House. The workers have started taking out the pebbles on half of our garage and will start pouring cement and put up the dry wall this week. The machines have also arrived! I still have to read the manuals and talk to an electrician to find out if there is any need to do some electrical rewiring.

On my end, I was supposed to do a photo shoot for a newly opened spa tomorrow at 9am. However, my client called this 11pm to postpone the shoot because he wants to meet the models first. This is quite frustrating because during our last phone conversation he that everything should be done by monday. Oh well, as they say, the customer is always least, most of the time.

Friday, May 05, 2006

Goodbye Tita Lor

One of the people I have high respects for was brought to her final resting place today. Lorinda M. Carlos, fondly called "Tita Lor" by those who hold her dear to their hearts is now with the Creator.

Tita Lor was a wise person who guided me through my troubled childhood, I fondly remember how she would take time to talk to me and find out how I was everytime she would visit us in our old Parañaque home. She reminded me that I should read more, learn to speak fluently and why I should always try to look good. She spoiled me with candies, food and all the wonderful things that a child would want everytime I would go to visit her. She remained patient with all my mistakes, and only had words of kindness.

Tita Lor with her smart, no nonsense look, with her Benson and Hedges or imported Hope cigarette. Her presences demanded respect and respect was given to her by my entire family.

So much respect and love was given to her by immediate family that when she came to the burial of my Tatang everyone lined up and took turns in asking for her blessing.

I was never able to say Thank You for all that she has done for me. And only through this blog will I be able to.

"Thank You Tita Lor, you've touched so many lives, especially mine. Thank your for your words of wisdom and your patience. With your passing I feel that a part of me is now empty and lost."