Thursday, December 29, 2011
Monday, December 19, 2011
Cellphone is now become the most ideal way to communicate our friends and loved ones. As years passed by, lots of companies produced different kinds of cellphone units or models each and every year. We came across to have the simple down to very high-tech one.
I, myself consider as one of the millions of people patronizing cellphones ever since I own one. I was planning to change my phone to a qwerty one since this one has been talked about by everyone else. I’ve searched for the most ideal one yet very affordable price as I can’t afford to buy those expensive ones and I eventually end up having the best one. I had bought LG DoublePlay™ with me and this phone really made me empress. It has features that you wouldn’t believe because of its price. This phone has 4G capable that allows you to browse web, download content from the internet, and stream media faster through T-mobile’s4G network. It also features messaging that includes social networking and of course what makes this impressive is that, it has a dual touch screen aside from being a QWERTY itself.
I usually use my laptop since I do work online and I only seldom use my phone in texting since I’m quite busy working. But with this all new LG DoublePlay™ I can do all my task and wants at the same time that made this phone even cooler! This phone really makes my life easier whenever and wherever I go!
Just a simple survey from you guys.
1. How many hours do you spend texting or engaging with your Social Network using your phone?
2. If you would be given the chance to own this phone, how do you think does LG DoublePlay would change the way you text or interact with your Social Network?
What you guys thinking? I hope to hear your answers.
Friday, December 16, 2011
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
“It takes a village” is a saying I’m sure most of you have heard. This phrase is one that I came to know and live as I battled cancer just a few short months after my daughter, Lily, was born. The support of my family and close friends helped me to get through this very difficult time and showed me who and what are most important in life.
My pregnancy was an uneventful one. Our daughter was born on August 4th 2005, by C-section due to her breech position. She and I were both healthy and our little family couldn’t be happier. We were quickly surrounded by our village; my family, my husband’s family and many close friends. We were completely unprepared for the news we would soon receive.
Soon after Lily was born it was time for me to return to work. I was part owner of a successful salon company, and I ran one of the salons. I found out I would be changing salons and helping to take over management at a different location; and although my workload would be lighter, I was not thrilled about the change. Like many new mothers, I was also having a hard time leaving Lily. When I started experiencing fatigue, breathlessness and a lack of energy; I attributed my symptoms to being a tired new mom. When I began to lose weight rapidly, however, I knew it was time to see my doctor.
On November 21, 2005, after X-rays and a variety of other tests; I was diagnosed with malignant pleural mesothelioma. I had been exposed to asbestos as a child and now, thirty years later, I found out I had mesothelioma.
Like many mothers, I was concerned more about my baby and my little family than I was about myself. When I heard the news that I would have just 15 months to live without treatment; I thought about my family living life without me and I knew I had to do everything I could to fight my cancer.
In January, my husband and I traveled to Boston where I underwent extensive cancer treatment. During this time Lily stayed with my parents. This is when our village came through and supported us through a very challenging time. My parents went from grandparents to full time caregivers; and children I used to baby-sit when I was a teenager who were now adults volunteered to help my parents by babysitting Lily.
My husband and I were also surrounded by a village of new friends in Boston who supported us as I went through treatment and recovery, and as we kept in touch with our growing daughter through pictures.
This experience has shaped our lives so much. I learned who my true friends are, came to appreciate my supportive friends and family, and learned how important it is to embrace life and to feel thankful for all of the good in my life. As trying and difficult as this experience was; I am thankful for all of the good that has come from it.