Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Big Emma's Restaurant

Half a liter of beer.
Schnitzel half size.

Are you hamburger lovers or just love to eat? We found a restaurant that serves big meals like the hamburger you can see on the photo. These hamburger is half size only, imagine the whole size? Maybe you need large pizza pan to order whole or 1 size hamburger.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Good Morning...

Hi there everybody...I got this nice message from my friend on email and I would like to share it to everyone.

When I say good morning I mean to say:
O-ffers us His
D-evotion to
M-ake us
O-bedient &
R-eady for a
N-ew day with Him.
I-nspire others please, and
N-ever forget
G-od loves you!

Monday, March 16, 2009

My Birthday Weekend

Jennifer Nettles
We have something in common, we share the same birthday...Kristian Bush

Me posing, behind me is the Sugarland signing autograph...

Pretty Lead singer of Sugarland Jennifer Nettles amd her bands...

Jennifer Nettles

The 2 Lead Singer of Sugarland (Country Music) Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush

Hello there everyone…. How’s your weekend? Mine was superb!!! This weekend was my birthday, I added another year yet I don’t mind having another year as long as I’m happy and healthy. I never felt this happy before.

I spent my weekend with my husband and daughter by going in Wiesbaden first to see a relative and I didn’t expected to have a gift from her? We also went to the oriental store to get something we need for the house and then after that we went back to our place or area. We went to the post (Ramstein Air Base) to meet somebody after I met them we went to CORA (a huge store between Germany and France border) to buy fresh salmons, oysters, mussels and cheap meat. After we finished shopping at CORA, we went home to drop off the stuffs we bought and we rested for an hour before the concert starts.

At 6 pm, we went to the RAB to see the Sugarland concert. I told my husband that we have to leave early so that we can get nice and better seats. We thought that leaving an hour early was a good idea because few people will come since nobody or hardly I knew likes country music but we were mistaken. When we got there, a lot of people was waiting to get in. The line was long, where we standing at about 800 meters away from the main door. Some people were cutting line but we weren’t worried because the place where they doing the concert were huge place and enough space for the people went there. The place was packed but we got the seats with no problem. It wasn’t the front row (that I wanted???) but good seats to see the entertainers. Not only adults went there, also lots of kids. The concert hasn’t started yet but the kids were starting crying and screaming already. Ignore is the best thing to do and it doesn’t really bother me because I went there to see the concert not to listen crying babies… It was worth it to waited long, listened crying and screaming babies, and crowded place. Good thing that we ate before we went there because their water costs triple the regular price and they don’t have much food except only chips and of course there is always beer. Here’s some photos that I took during the concert…hope you like it!
P.S. Thank you for the greetings and gifts that I got from my family and friends. I truly appreciate that they remember my special ocassion "my birth" and also I thank GOD for giving me nice and wonderful LIFE.

Have a nice weekend everyone….

Sunday, March 1, 2009

A Filipina with extraordanaire life....

Hi everybody...this is very astonishing as well as encouraging. What a strong will can do in the face of physical difficulties. I hope we can have that kind of will that can overcome anything.

Jessica has an American father and a Filipina mother.

Oxford and Cambridge should now remove the words CAN'T and IMPOSSIBLE from their dictionary

Jessica Cox, 25, a girl born without arms, stands inside an aircraft. The girl from Tucson, Arizona got the Sport Pilot certificate lately and became the first pilot licensed to fly using only her feet.

Jessica Cox of Tucson was born without arms, but that has only stopped her from doing one thing: using the word "can't."

Her latest flight into the seemingly impossible is becoming the first pilot licensed to fly using only her feet.

With one foot manning the controls and the other delicately guiding the steering column, Cox, 25, soared to achieve a Sport Pilot certificate. Her certificate qualifies her to fly a light-sport aircraft to altitudes of 10,000 feet.

"She's a good pilot. She's rock solid," said Parrish Traweek, 42, the flying instructor at San Manuel's Ray Blair Airport.

Parrish Traweek runs PC Aircraft Maintenance and Flight Services and has trained many pilots, some of whom didn't come close to Cox's abilities.

"When she came up here driving a car," Traweek recalled, "I knew she'd have no problem flying a plane."

Doctors never learned why she was born without arms, but she figured out early on that she didn't want to use prosthetic devices.

Jessica Cox, 25, earned a license to fly airplanes on October 10, 2008. Jessica also has two black belts in Tae Kwan-Do, a college
degree in Psychology, and a thriving career as a motivational speaker. What doesn't Jessica Cox have? Arms..A bilateral congenital limb deficiency doesn't stop Ms. Cox from achieving and surpassing her goals. From birth on, her feet became her hands. She can drive a car, type 25 words per minute, and fly an airplane using her feet, without any special adaptations. She is the first woman without arms to earn a license to fly. "I highly encourage people with disabilities to consider flying," Cox said. "It helps reverse the stereotype that people with disabilities are powerless into the belief that they are powerful and capable of setting high goals and achieving them." Jessica earned her Sport Pilot certificate after training with Able Flight, a North Carolina flight training company that specializes in helping people with disabilities learn to fly. Ms. Cox won an Able Flight scholarship and was able to train with instructor Parrish Traweek free of charge.