Z is for… Zoo

Zoo!

Below are pictures taken from Baluarte, Ilocos Norte Sur*, Philippines! 🙂

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*thanks to Ochie for the correction 😉

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Y is for… Yester

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Yester.
I remember that one time when I had an argument with a friend about the words yesternight, and yesteryear. I insisted that these words do exist and that they mean the same as the word yesterday – only that yesternight means last night, and yesteryear simply means last year.

I wanted to search in the dictionary and prove that these are valid words but I have forgotten about it not until today. I opened my Merriam Webster Dictionary App and searched for the word Yester.

The words exist! Yey! I was right all along! 🙂

Share Your World – Week 20

This is my first week to participate in Cee’s Life Photography Blog‘s Share Your World kind-of blog challenge, where 4 questions to be answered will be posted every week.

This challenge is now on its 20th week and below are this week’s 4 questions with my answers.

How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?
– Whenever I am instantly asked, out of the blue, about my age, I tend to forget how old I am and 21 is always the number I give them. I would even get a response that I don’t look like one but younger, even if my real age is 27 (as of this writing). 😉

What is the kindest thing anyone has done for you?
– I will never forget in my lifetime that one morning when a stranger paid for my fare. It was so early in the morning when I rode a jeepney to school. I had no smaller bills and the jeepney driver won’t accept it because he had no change for my money. A woman in her mid-30 (I think) knew my dilemma and before she went off, she gave the jeepney driver the exact fare that I need and told him that she’s going to pay for me. I was so speehless and could only tell her “salamat po” (thank you). That was also the day when I have proven what Anne Frank said her diary that:
People are really good at heart.

What was your favorite childhood television program?
– There were a lot! Most are Filipino kiddie programs such as Batibot, a Sesame Street like program, and a few cartoon series like Prince Cedie, and Sarah the Little Princess, which were dubbed in Tagalog.

Which cooking utensil (other than the usual pots and pans etc) would you miss the most?
– I don’t cook. I just love eating what is cooked for me and available. So I can’t think of any utensil that I would miss the most. Hmmmm, but.. Let me see.. Hmmm.. *sighs* I really can’t think of anything! *laughs*

That’s it!
My world! 😉