Your #1 Match: INFJ
You live your life with integrity, originality, vision, and creativity.
Independent and stubborn, you rarely stray from your vision - no matter what it is.
You are an excellent listener, with almost infinite patience.
You have complex, deep feelings, and you take great care to express them.
You would make a great photographer, alternative medicine guru, or teacher.
Your #2 Match: INFP
You are creative with a great imagination, living in your own inner world.
Open minded and accepting, you strive for harmony in your important relationships.
It takes a long time for people to get to know you. You are hesitant to let people get close.
But once you care for someone, you do everything you can to help them grow and develop.
You would make an excellent writer, psychologist, or artist.
Your #3 Match: ISFJ
You have a strong need to belong, and you very loyal.
A good listener, you excell at helping others in practical ways.
In your spare time, you enjoy engaging your senses through art, cooking, and music.
You find it easy to be devoted to one person, who you do special things for.
You would make a good interior designer, chef, or child psychologist.
Your #4 Match: ISFP
You are a gifted artist or musician (though your talents may be dormant right now).
You enjoy spending your free time in nature, and you are good with animals and children.
Simply put, you enjoy bueaty in all its forms and live for the simple pleasures in life.
Gentle, sensitive, and compassionate - you are good at recognizing people's unspoken needs.
You would make a good veterinarian, pediatrician, or composer.
Your #5 Match: ENFJ
You strive to maintain harmony in relationships, and usually succeed.
Articulate and enthusiastic, you are good at making personal connections.
Sometimes you idealize relationships too much - and end up being let down.
You find the most energy and comfort in social situations ... where you shine.
You would make a good writer, human resources director, or psychologist.
Tuesday, May 24, 2005
Sunday, May 22, 2005
Your Birthdate: February 2
Saturday, May 21, 2005
|You Are 30 Years Old|
Under 12: You are a kid at heart. You still have an optimistic life view - and you look at the world with awe.
13-19: You are a teenager at heart. You question authority and are still trying to find your place in this world.
20-29: You are a twentysomething at heart. You feel excited about what's to come... love, work, and new experiences.
30-39: You are a thirtysomething at heart. You've had a taste of success and true love, but you want more!
40+: You are a mature adult. You've been through most of the ups and downs of life already. Now you get to sit back and relax.
Thursday, May 05, 2005
That's me helping Lance with his sand art. Yaya Connie took the picture for me while we were working on our activity.
That’s Ate Bujoy teaching Beginning Reading to Noah, Harley, Adrian, and Lance (not in photo). See the zoo poster with all the animals? I made all that.Ü
From left to right: Reese, Lance, Ethan, JB, Alex.
This is a cute moment taken during the Swimming Party that was held on the last day of the April classes (April 28).
This is Teacher Mel’s female chow-chow, Domino. I met her on the day of the swimming party for the kids. Blue pala talaga ang dila nila. Kakaiba. It’s so hairy it looks like a lion. I wondered out loud what Domino’s hair would look like if it were rebonded. Hahaha
Here's another shot of Domino. She's so beautiful!
This is JB. He’s only 2 years old and he’s in my Toddler class. He’ll still be my student during the May classes. He has a really cute smile and he’s so huggable! He likes to dance, to count (he’s really good with numbers), and to swim. For some reason, he has a fixation to round or circular objects. Though he has mild autism, he responds well to people around him.
This is Lance. He is in both my 2 classes. He’s only 3 years old and yet he’s smarter than his classmates who are a year older than him. He knows all the letters and can even tell you what sound each letter makes. He’s really inquisitive with his endless series of why’s. Apart from asking so many questions, he talks a lot, and fast too. At first I had a hard time understanding what he was saying because he’s still using baby talk that’s really difficult to decipher. I’m glad I’ve gotten used to his babbling since I usually feed him his morning snack in between his 2 classes. One thing I will never forget is when I packed up his lunch box after he finished eating, he wrapped his tiny arms around me and gave me the sweetest hug ever.Ü