Mormon Helping Hands

Mormon Helping Hands Pampanga, Philippines

Mormon Helping Hands - program of the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) around the world. The Mormon Helping Hands program was officially established in 1998, and since then hundreds of thousands of volunteers have donated millions of hours of service to their communities. Although the program is most often associated with emergency response, disaster relief is only half of the story of Mormon Helping Hands.
It started 10 years ago when the Church asked local Church leaders in Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Chile to reach out in their communities through service. South American Church leaders set out to establish an annual day of service.
They coordinated a multinational effort involving tens of thousands of Church members from all over southern South America. Nearly every Latter-day Saint congregation in the region participated. Church members both old and young went out into their communities cleaning streets, parks and other public spaces and painting and repairing schools and hospitals.
Soon afterward, the initiative spread to Brazil, where it has become a cornerstone for national service. The Mormon Helping Hands program in Brazil first garnered national attention for its humanitarian efforts and community projects in 2001 when Marco Maciel, then vice president of Brazil, thanked the Church for its service. By 2002, the Mormon Helping Hands program was named one of the most important volunteer organizations in Brazil.
Perhaps one of the keys to the growth of Mormon Helping Hands is that it is not a program that was pushed. It was allowed to grow at its own pace. As it did, more and more Church members were naturally attracted to the opportunity to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with their fellow Church members and neighbors in activities that benefit everyone.
“As many as 100 million people worldwide may need a wheelchair and don’t have access to one. Only 1 in 100 can afford to purchase a wheelchair. To be mobile, people with disabilities often rely on family and friends to carry them from place to place. It can be extremely difficult just to leave home. Going to school or getting a job may be impossible dreams.”
In 2008, the LDS Church distributed more than 50,000 wheelchairs in 46 countries, including Armenia, Argentina, Belarus, Bolivia, Botswana, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, China, Croatia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Georgia, Ghana, Guatemala, Guyana, India, Iraq, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Malaysia, Mexico, Micronesia, Mongolia, Nepal, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, United States, Uruguay, and Vietnam.
The LDS Church has also participated in the social mobilization effort that is significant to the success of each campaign. A catchy musical jingle, composed by a young LDS Church member during the LDS Church’s participation in the Madagascar measles campaign, has been translated and sung in 28 languages on dozens of radio stations in subsequent campaigns.
From 2004 to 2008, 59,596 LDS Church members in 32 countries volunteered their efforts in canvassing neighborhoods and helping at vaccination posts.
In 2008, the LDS Church participated in measles vaccination campaigns in Benin, El Salvador, Egypt, Honduras, Ivory Cost, Malawi, Mozambique, Papua New Guinea, and Tanzania.
In April 17, 2010 clean-up drive in Slovenia.
Today in Bulaon Resettlement School Streets & Octagonal Park City of San Fernando, Pampanga in Philippines.


Claudia Porras

Claudia Porras achieved with the University of Texas El Paso (UTEP) womens basketball team season 2008 - a conference USA regular season championship, an undefeated conference slate, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

A Bolivian model.

She played in Bolivian National Team, in South American Championship where she average double-double with 18 points per game and 14 rebound per game. Claudia has received the Best Player of the Year Award twice and led all scorer for times at the national tournament. Named to the Conference USA Commisioner's Honor Roll.

Born on June 29, 1984 in Sta. Cruz, Bolivia. Career high 53 points in her senior year - high school.
Height: 6"2"
Position: Forward


Pistol Pete

Peter "Pistol Pete" Press Maravich born on June 22, 1947. Born and raised in Pennsylvania. He was a great American basketball player of Serbian descent. Maravich starred in college at Louisiana State University (LSU) and 3 NBA Teams (Atlanta Hawks, Utah Jazz and Boston Celtics). He still the all time leading NCAA Division I scorer with 3,367 points scored and average of 44.2 points per game. One of the youngest players ever inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame, Maravich was cited by the Hall as "perhaps the greatest creative offensive talent in history". Known as best ball handler of all time.

Position: Guard
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 200 lb (91 kg)
Jersey # 44, 7 and 23

Collegiate Awards
  • The Sporting News College Player of the Year (1970)
  • USBWA College Player of the Year (1969, 1970)
  • Naismith Award Winner (1970)
  • The Sporting News All-America First Team (1968, 1969, 1970)
  • Three-time AP and UPI First-Team All-America (1968, 1969, 1970)
  • Led the NCAA Division I in scoring with 43.8 ppg (1968); 44.2 (1969) and 44.5 ppg (1970)
  • Averaged 43.6 ppg on the LSU freshman team (1967)
  • Scored a career-high 69 points vs. Alabama (01970-02-07 February 7, 1970); 66 vs. Tulane (01969-02-10 February 10, 1969); 64 vs. Kentucky (01970-02-21 February 21, 1970); 61 vs. Vanderbilt (01969-12-11 December 11, 1969)
  • Holds LSU records for most field goals made (26) and attempted (57) in a game against Vanderbilt on 01969-01-29 January 29, 1969
  • All-Southeastern Conference (1968, 1969, 1970)
  • #23 Jersey retired by LSU (2007)
  • In 1970, Maravich led LSU to a 20–8 record and a third place finish in the National Invitation Tournament

Pistol Pete Highlights

Collegiate Records
  • Points, career: 3,667 (three seasons)
  • Highest scoring average, points per game, career: 44.2 (3,667 points/83 games)
  • Points, season: 1,381 (1970)
  • Highest scoring average, points per game, season: 44.5 (1,381/31) (1970)
  • Games scoring 50 or more points, career: 28
  • Games scoring 50 or more points, season: 10 (1970)
  • Field goals made, career: 1,387
  • Field goals made, season: 522 (1970)
  • Field goal attempts, career: 3,166
  • Field goal attempts, season: 1,168 (1970)
  • Free throws made, game: 30 (in 31 attempts), vs. Oregon State, 01969-12-22 December 22, 1969

NBA Awards
  • NBA All-Rookie Team
  • All-NBA First Team (1976, 1977)
  • All-NBA Second Team (1973, 1978)
  • Five-time NBA All-Star (1973, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1979)
  • Led the league in scoring (31.1 ppg) in 1977, his career best
  • Scored a career-high 68 points against the New York Knicks on Feb. 25, 1977
  • #7 jersey retired by the Utah Jazz (1985)
  • #7 jersey retired by the Superdome (1988)
  • NBA 50th Anniversary All-Time Team (1996)
  • #7 jersey retired by the New Orleans Hornets (2002), even though he never played for them—one of only four players to have a number retired by a team they did not play for.
NBA Career
  • Points: 15,948
  • Points per game: 24.2
  • Assists: 3,563
Other Award
  • In 2005, ESPNU named Maravich the greatest college basketball player of all-time.

Pistol Pete the King of the H-O-R-S-E Game

Psitol Pete the Ultimate NCAA Basketball Player

Pistol Pete Dribbling Power Skills 

American Trigger Man of Basketball

 The Pistol and Coach Red
(The Speed of Hands)

His Life Story

The Birth of Streetball Style

Tamara Abalde

Tamara Abalde born February 6, 1989 in Ferrol, Spain. Enjoys playing basketball, listening to music and watching movies. Played for the Spanish Under-19 National Team. 4th Place finished at the World Championship in Bratislava, Slovakia. Average 13.4 and 5.2 rebound per game in the World Championship. Scored 22 points and grabbed 10 boards in a 62 - 59 victory against Australia. Overall average with Team Spain was 15 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks per game. She's among the most beautiful basketball player in the world.


Sue Bird

Sue Bird born on October 16, 1980 in Long Beach, NY. She loves basketball, also played soccer, tennis and track. Sue became very good basketball player and started playing AAU basketball in grade six. While only 11 years old she played during the halftime of a St. John 's basketball game. Her play was so impressive that a security guard asked for her autograph.

Achievement, Awards & Honors:
Christ the King Regional High School Royals (NY State Champion) (undefeated)
Christ the King Regional High School Royals (
National Champion) (undefeated)
New York State Player of the Year New York Daily News Player of the Year WBCA All-American Big-EastJones Cup 2000 (Taiwan) - Gold Medal
Big-East Women's Basketball player of the Year 2002 (Huskies 39-0 win-loss record) Women NCAA Division I Tournament Wade Trophy 2002 Sportwoman of the Year Award 2002 Naismith Award (College Player of the Year) 2002
Nancy Lieberman Award 2000, 2001 & 2002
Lowe's Senior Class Award 2002
member of the inaugural class (2006) of inductees to the University of Connecticut women's basketball "Huskies of Honor" recognition program (impressive 114-4 win-loss record)
Seattle Storm selected Bird with the first overall pick of the 2002 WNBA Draft

WNBA Champion 2004
2004 Athens Olympic Basketball Women - Gold Medal
2008 Beijing Olympic Basketball Women - Gold Medal
Russian Super League Champion
EuroLeague Champion
WNBA All Star Selection 2002 - 07, 2009 All - WNBA First Team 2002 - 05
WNBA Career High - 33 points
2009 — Most Valuable Point Guard, Ekaterinburg International Invitational


Miss Philippines

Venus Raj - a Filipina - Indian beauty queen born July 7, 1988 in Doha, Qatar out of wedlock. Upon birth, Venus was taken by her mother to Bato, Camarines Sur, Philippines as an infant and was registered by her aunt as a Philippine born child to Catholic parents. She grew with her mother, a former tenant farmer and dressmaker. Raj lived in humble home nipa house made of wood, bamboo & anahaw lives without electricity in the middle of a sprawling rice field in the countryside for more than twenty years. Raj alledgedly used rice paddy dikes for her early training where she eventually developed her distinct catwalk. Now she's among famous Filipina in this new decade. Raj obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Communication Arts, major in Journalism, at Bicol University in Albay, Philippines, with Latin Honors (Cum Laude). Through the helped of scholarship from Francis Papica Foundation. Works in DENR (Region V) as an Information Assistant. Also work as part time fashion model. I also give credit and gratitude to all people who helped and guided her to the top. They are great people, too.

Measurement: 35-22-35
Height: 5'9" / 157cm
Eye color: Brown
Hair color: Black


Miss Bicolandia 2007
Miss Philippines Earth Eco-Tourism 2008
Binibining Pilipinas - Universe 2010

International Competition:

Miss Universe 2010 - 4th Runner up in Las Vegas

Congratulation daragang magayon.

Mabuhay Pilipinas! Miss Philippines save the day!!!


Chris Tiu

Chris Tiu born on July 15, 1985 in Manila a Filipino professional basketball player of Chinese-Filipino descent now playing in various international tournaments with the Nationals the Smart Gilas as team captain. Stands 5'11" or 180 cm & weight of 170 lb or 77 kg. He is the host of Pinoy Records and Ripley's Believe It or Not on GMA 7, Clear Men Future League on Solar TV & Ako Mismo on TV 5. He is also a commercial model, politician and businessman. 2003-2008 Team captain, Ateneo Blue Eagle team, 2008 UAAP Champion; Awardee, Ateneo Sports Hall of Fame, Plaque of Recognition for excellence in sports and academics, 2009; UAAP Season 70 & 71 Mythical Five member; MVP Manila Invitational Tournament Champion; 21st Dubai International Basketball Tournament 3rd place; Nickelodean Kid's Choice Awardee (favorite Athlete) - 2008.

Inset photo of Jessica Mendoza - cute court side reporter for Ateneo Blue Eagles.

Mr. Clutch Highlighlights 


Bentosa / Cupping

Bentosa or Cupping is an ancient Chinese method of causing local congestion. A partial vacuum is created in the cups place on the skin either by heat or suction. This draw up underlying tissues. When the cup is left in the place on the skin for a few minutes, blood stasis is formed and localized healing take place. Cupping has been further develop as a means to open the Meridians of the body. Meridians are the conduits in the body through which the energy flows to every parts of the body, tissues & organs. There are 5 meridians on the back that, when opened, allows invigorating energy to travel the whole length of the body. It has been found that bentosa probably the best way of opening the meridians. Bentosa / Cupping has also been found to affect the body up to four inches into the tissue, causing tissues to release toxins, activate the lymphatic system, clear colon blockages, help activate and clear veins, arteries and capilliaries, activate the skin, clear stretch marks and improve varicous veins. Bentosa is the best deep tissue massage available. Bentosa or Cupping, the technique, is very useful and very safe. It can be easily to learn.

If you like to experience the power of Bentosa, contact me 'cos I'm a Bentosador.


Shanelle Loraine

Shanelle Loraine
Born: March 25th Misawa, Japan
Hometown: Guam, USA
Resides: Orlando, Florida, USA
Height: 5'1"
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Golden Brown
Began playing pool in year 2000. Model-turned-professional pool player
Shanelle Loraine,
who has a Filipino blood, will be one of the top attraction
in the World of Pool. Last year represent the Philippines in
Women's World Ten - Ball Championship. One of the most
beautiful athlete in the world.

Beautiful sexy billiard players

Shanelle Loraine


Powder Moringa / Powder Malungay

In Africa poverty areas people suffered from malnutrition. Then, they tried the moringa / malungay powder added to their meal. After three weeks the malnourish children became quick & glow in their faces. They maintained healthy countenance. Cos moringa powder is so nutritious full of Vitamins like A, C, E and B-Complex; Minerals like Calcium, Potassium, Iron, Magnesium and more. Plus essential Amino Acids for the benefit of children, pregnant, lactating mother and us. Dry leaf fine powder has a fine grain size and moringa powder can be added to milk, soup, tea, sauce, fruit juices and other food items. Sugar, salt, spices can be added as per the taste of an individual. A teaspoonful or so can be placed directly under the tongue and washed down with water, but care must be taken not to breathe the fine powder. It can be used in cooking, but high temperatures destroy some of the nutrients.

Moringa / Malungay leaves drying suggestions:
1. Spread cleaned malungay leaves on a cloth inside the house or other protective structure.
2. Spread cleaned malungay leaves in hanging treymade with mosquito netting.
3. Hang malungay leaf bunches from roof or porch with string (similar to tobacco drying).

Then, I pound the dried leaves to turn powder form.


Redeem Team

2008 USA Olympic Basketball Team Roster

Carmelo Anthony - Forward, Carlos Boozer - Forward, Chris Bosh - Forward, Kobe Bryant - Guard, Dwight Howard - Forward / Center, Lebron James - Forward / Guard, Jason Kidd - Guard, Chris Paul - Guard, Tayshaun Prince - Forward, Michael Redd - Guard, Dwayne Wade - Guard & Deron Williams - Guard


3 Kings

The Miami Heat Kingdom compose royal line-up of 3 kings namely King Lebron James, Emperor Dwyane Wade & Sultan Chris Bosh. The batchmates of 2003 NBA Draft form one of the greatest trio in NBA history. Target breaking 33 winning streak of Los Angeles Lakers & 72-10 win - loss records of Chicago Bulls and the quest for 2010-11 Championship. The kingdom has aslo elite royal warriors Udonis Haslem, Zydruskas Ilgauskas, Jamaal Magloire, Mario Chalmers, Carlos Arroyo, Juwan Howard, Eddie House & Mike Miller. This is super fortification of Heats' Kingdom against the threat on Eastern Empires of Boston Celtics, the Orlando Magics and the Western Powerhouses specially Los Angeles Lakers.


Cup of Fresh Moringa Leaves

Cup full of moringa / malungay leaves rich in Vitamin C. Add it in Tinola a Filipino chicken soup menu. Wow! More vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants. Keep our body healthy and young.


Dream Team I II III & Redeem Team

Original Dream Team (1992 Barcelona Olympic Gold Winners)

NBA Players - John Stockton & Karl Malone of Utah Jazz, Michael Jordan & Scottie Pippen of Chicago Bulls, Magic Johnson of LA Lakers, Larry Bird of Boston Celtics, Patrick Ewing of New York Knicks, Chris Mullin of Golden State Warriors, David Robinson of San Antonio Spurs, Charles Barkley of Philadelphia 76rs later traded to Phoenix Sun, Clyde Drexler of Portland Trail Blazers and NCAA Division - I Christian Laettner of Duke University. Coach: Chuck Daly Assistant Coaches: Lenny Wilkens, P.J. Carlesimo & Mike Krzyzewski. In 2012, It's their 20th Anniversary. Known to be the greatest team ever assembled in any sports. Knock - off opposing teams with an average of 44 points in Olympics.

Dream Team I or the Original Dream Team is the one of best team ever assembled by any team sports in the world history. One of the most illustrous collection of talents. Blockbuster basketball team in the world. Because of this star line-up, the team's games usually featured opposing teams asking for pregame photos and autographs with their U.S. opponents—their idols. Treated like royalty by fans & opponents. Easily captured the Olympic Medal in glorious fashion. Beating the opposing teams in thirty to forty plus points. Averaging an Olympic record of 117.3 points per game & outscored opponents by 43.8 points. They are all of fame.

Dream Team II (FIBA World Cup Champion)

Dream Team II USA Basketball's 1994 Men's World Championship of Basketball Team dominated its opponents by an average of 37.7 points a game and rolled to the 1994 FIBA World Championship gold medal. 
Players: Shaquille O'Neal, Dominique Wilkins, Alonzo Mourning, Shawn Kemp, Reggie Miller, Derrick Coleman, Joe Dumars, Kevin Johnson, Mark Price, Steve Smith, Dan Majerle, Larry Johnson. 
Coach: Don Nelson

Dream III (1996 Atlanta Olympic Gold Medalists)

Players: Shaq O' Neal, Hakeem Olajuwon, Charles Barkley, Scottie Pippen, Karl Maone, John Stockton, David Robinson, Gary Payton, Anfernee Hardaway, Grant Hill, Reggie Miller and Mitch Richmond.
Coach: Lenny Wilkens

ream Team III The Americans won another gold medal with an average margin of victory of 32.3 point

Redeem Team (2008 Beijing Olympics Gold)

Players: Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, Deron Williams, Chris Bosh, Chris Paul, Michael Redd, Tayshaun Prince, Dwight Howard, Carlos Boozer & Jason Kidd.
Coach: Mike Krzyzewski 

Redeem Team The USA team easily beat their opponents in preliminary round with the margin of 32.2 points. On August 24, 2008 the United States defeated reigning World Champion Spain 118–107 to capture the Olympic gold medal led by Kobe Bryant.

2010 Dream Team [Super Team B] (2010 FIBA World Cup Champions)

Dream Team USA 2012 (London Olympic Gold winners)

Kapampangan - Ilokano Dictionary

Simple Kapampangan - Ilocano Translation

Kapampangan/Pampango - Ilokano/Ilocano

Wa - Wen
Ali - Saan / Haan
Camusta ca (same as ka)? - Kamusta ka?
Camusta cayu? - Kamusta kayo? (Polite & Plural)
Mayap a aldo queca (same keka). - Naimbag nga aldaw mo.
Mayap a aldo queca yu. - Naimbag nga aldaw yo.
Mayap a abac queca. - Naimbag a digat mo.
Mayap a abac queca yu. - Naimbag a bigat yo.
Note: for many people: Mayap a abac queco ngan. Mayap a abac queco ngan pu. (Polite)
Mayap a gatpanapun queca. - Naimbag a malem mo.
Mayap a gatpanapun queca yu - Naimbag a malem yo.
Mayap a bengi queca. - Naimbag a rabiim.
Mayap a bengi queco yu. - Naimbag a rabiiyo.
Nanung lagyu mu? - Ania ti nagan mo? / Ania ti naganyo?
Pilan na cang banua? - Mano ti tawenmo?
Nucarin ya ing banyu? - Ayanna ti banyo?
E cu aintinjan. - Diak maawatan. / Diak matarusan. / Saan ko maawatan.
Caluguran da ca. / Palsintan da ca. - Ay-ayaten ka. / Ipatpategka.
Salamat - Agyamannak
Maco na cu. - Innakon.
Maco na cami. - Inkamin.
wali - ading
ala - awan
atin (note: fast to say) - adda
Tatang - Ama / Tatang
Bakit? - Apay?
Aray! Awts! - Annay!
Apu / Apung - Apong lakay / Nana
malan - bado / badok
murit - bagtit / balla
mamangi / mabuluc - bangsit
Itu (note: fast to say) - Barok
Nang (note: long to say) - Basang
ditac - basit
mimwa - bisin
siran / lapacan - dadael
dilu - digos
paunacan - kaanakan
cabayu - kalbayo
capatad - kabsat
candut - kuddut / keddel
Ma /Nang (note: fast to say) / Ima - Ina / Inang / Nanang
biyasa - laing
danupan - mabisin
pare - pari
mare - mari
manyaman - naimas
mangan - mangan
danum - danum
mayumu - nasam-it
maslam - naalsem
mapayit - mapait
malat - naapgad
malagu - napintas
masanting - naguapo / nataraki
matsura - narago / nalaad
lupa (face) - rupa
terac - sala
gagaga / mangaga - agsangit
tudtud - turog
anac (note: fast to say) - ubing
buntuc - ulo


0 - ala/sero/ebun - awan/ibbong/sero/itlog
1/2 - capitna - kagadua
1 - metung - maysa
2 - adua - dua
3 - atlu - tallo
4 - apat - uppat
5 - lima - lima
6 - anam - innem
7 - pitu - pito
8 - walu - walo
9 - siyam - siyam
10 - apulu - sangapulo
11 - labing metung - sangapulo ket maysa
20 - adungpulo - duapulo
30 - atlungpulu - tallopulo
50 - limangpulu - limangpulo
100 - dinalan - sangagasut
1 000 - libu - sangaribu
10 000 - apulung libu - sanga laksa
1 000 000 - milyun - sangariwriw


segundu - kanito / segundo
minutu - daras / minuto
oras - oras
aldo - aldaw
dominggu - lawas / dominggo
bulan - bulan
banua - tawen / anio

1:00 AM Ala-una ning caabacan. - Ala-una iti bigat.
2:30 PM Alas dos imedia ning gatpanapun - Alas dos imedia iti malem.


NDM-1 Superbug Gene

NDM-1 Superbug Gene in United Kingdom news from Dailymail.co.uk The Health Protection Agency (HPA) yesterday stepped up its warnings about the new gene called NDM-1, or New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamose after the place where it was first identified.

Rising levels of antibiotic resistance are a threat because there are few new drugs in the pipeline.

Infection experts are alarmed about the spread of multi-drug resistance facilitated by the gene NDM-1 that can easily jump from one strain of bacteria to another.

If it ends up in a bacterium which is already resistant to many other antibiotics then it could produce infections that are almost impossible to treat.

NDM-1-producing bacteria are resistant to many existing antibiotics including carbapenems - a class of drugs often reserved for emergency use and 'last resort' treatment.

So far two types of bacteria have been host to NDM-1 - the gut bug E.coli and another that can invade the lungs called Klebsiella pneumonia.

Both can lead to urinary tract infections and blood poisoning.

E.coli is among a group of 'gram-negative' bugs, and the proportion of antibiotic-resistant cases of E.coli infection has trebled since the turn of the century.

There are about 20,000 E.coli bloodstream infections each year in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, of which more than one in ten is resistant to antibiotics.

There are just two antibiotics in the pipeline against this group of infections.
This compares with several new medications for gram-positive infections like MRSA.

Figures suggest it costs between
£500 million to £1 billion to bring new drugs to market.

GSK, one of a handful of giant pharmaceutial firms actively investing in antibiotic research, said: 'New antibiotics that work in different ways to existing medicines are desperately needed to tackle the rising incidence of antibiotics resistance.'

I heard in the Philippines news also courtesy of GMA News 24 Oras. They alarm and warn the people of the Philippines regarding this spreading bacteria that are antibiotics resistance. By avoiding hand shaking (the bacteria can transfer through hand to hand) and cos then we touch our face the bacteria may enter in our eyes. Take care of ourselves. Keep ourselves and surrounding clean, eat nutritious food and drink 8-10 glasses of water. Have a great day.


This is a sandy-clay court. I love this place 'cos the people are good and kind. They played with spirited sportmanship. They're patriarch lend me a 150 square meters of land for my vegetable gardening. I planted and harvested variety of vegetables in here. I expressed gratitude for their goodness unto me. I played in this streetball court and dusty when summertime and we sprinkled at least three buckets of water. And we played with great excitement. In this place (Saudi, Bulaon), I like to play streetball cos streetballers and small crowd are affable and kind, I love to play hoops with them. They are the same with the Koreans students in Clarkfield, Pampanga they always cheer and shout when I made a basket specially the acrobatic moves, long shots and unbelievable shot.


Bradpete Super Noodles

I love salty, sour & spicy noodles. And this noodles is so nutritious and delicious to eat. When you have cough, cold, clog nose, sinusitis and sorethroat it is great to sip the soup and eat this best noodles. I use to eat it as remedy when I have those illness listed above.


1 pack of instant noodles

1 or 1 1/2 of water

1/4 teaspoon of moringa / malungay powder
or [1/4 cup of moringa / malungay leaves (if powder not available)]

1 red chili hot pepper

1 calamansi fruit
/ lemon

1. Cook the instant noodles.
2. After finish cooking, put the noodles to soup plate then add 1/4 teaspoon of moringa / malungay powder / malungay leaves & 1 red chili hot pepper.
: Don't add chili if you don't like spicy food.

Serve the delisyoso, delicious, masida, oishi, masarap, naimas & manyaman Bradpete Super Nutritious Noodles.