March 24, 2020

You're Still The One

Me singing Shania Twain's You're Still the One

Last January 25th, my cousin who lives in California came home to marry hi High School sweetheart and I was asked to perform a song number for the newlyweds and the guests who celebrated with them. I chose Shania Twain's "You're still the one" because the song is so meaningful, especially to the newlyweds who have been together for more than 10 years now, that's almost half their lifetimes.

Here is a beautiful photo of my cousin and his wife after their beautiful church wedding. I was one of the secondary sponsors during the ceremony. Can you spot me on this photo?

Carlos + Jean

Hope you enjoy my cover, forgive me for the sound quality but still I have to thank my niece who took this video so I can share this with you all! Comments will be extremely appreciated HAHA

Stay safe everyone! Keep yourselves hydrated and never forget to pray. 

March 17, 2020

Stay Strong Milan

As the Coronavirus spreads across the world, outside China, it is Italy experiencing the worst by the number of its deaths and cases. I was there last December and I only hope and pray for the best for Italy and each and every country in the world, especially our country the Philippines which is starting to be consumed at a very fast rate as well.

Sharing everyone these photographs I took from the beautiful city of Milano.

Never Stop Praying


This post is part of Our World Tuesday that features different versions of their everydays around the world. Visit Our World Tuesday and go on a virtual tour of different places and the stories behind them.

March 6, 2020

Gloomy Skies over the Notre Dame

Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris, January 2020

It was my very first time to visit Europe last December holidays and before I went home on the second of January, I really had to see the Notre Dame, even if it was closed. Due to the Transport Strike, we were only able to alight at Hotel De Ville de Paris via Paris Metro Line 1 and walked our way towards the church area. 

The remnants around the church area due to the fire last 2019 was very sad sight to see. But there is a feeling of hope just by looking at the church structure. Let us never stop praying for a better world, a better place to live in not just for us but for the next generations ahead.


This post is part of Skywatch Friday that features different views of the sky around the world. Visit Skywatch and go on tour around the globe seeing sunrises, sunsets and so much more than the sky that you know at