Merry Christmas!

IT’S only a little over two days and the entire Christian world will commemorate the coming of the Messiah. It’s the most awaited time of the year for various reasons.

It’s the time of joy and giving as the first Christmas was supposed to have been done. However, there’s a threat to the peace and quiet of the celebration as tropical depression Vinta is rearing its ugly head in the southern part of the country.

Let me greet you a merry, meaningful and memorable Christmas!


An unexpected invitation from the Kapamilya network came my way last week which I gladly accepted.

Touring the studios again was nostalgic as I recalled previous visits with some friends who have since left the industry for one reason or another.

A snapshot of a TV screen with my face on it and the logo of the program almost convinced some friends that I indeed auditioned for “Pilipinas Got Talent.”


A few hours before the Just Love Christmas Party for the media and bloggers, our group was made to experience Kidzania which I just heard of a lot of times before. I thought it was just like any other place for children to have fun with rides and all.

To my surprise, the ABS-CBN project through its subsidiary and Kidzania franchise territorial licensee Play Innovations Inc., was far from what I imagined it to be. It was something where kids from four to 17 years can lay their hands on things and activities that are usually done by adults.

I have to thank ABS-CBN and the people who were tasked to invite us for such an awesome experience. Merry Christmas!
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