Expect the unexpected when the peps are gathered in one room. We mean the range of topics they choose to discuss is really amazing. The get-together last July 17 at Ruby Rosa Gaviola-Guevarra’s residence was no different, this time with all the attendees trying to upstage one another with their own experience with the supernatural. Was it the ambiance that night that led them to this topic?
Please be advised that we are implementing the following set of office policies effective today.
1) You are advised to come to work dressed according to your salary.
2) If we see you wearing Prada shoes and carrying a Gucci bag, we will assume you are doing well financially and therefore do not need a raise.
3) If you dress poorly, you need to learn to manage your money better, so that you may buy nicer clothes, and therefore you do not need a raise.
4) If you dress just right, you are right where you need to be and therefore you do not need a raise.
Aurea Salac is celebrating her birthday today. But we still haven’t heard from her to this day. Nevertheless, our best wishes to her on this important day in her life.
Ma’am Yoly, Ma’am Fe, Remy, Jo, Lito, George inside the principal’s office
When we went to Lakan Dula High School last July 10, we received a sollicitation letter from Mrs. Florinda V. Sarabuno, head of the school’s social studies department, for the building of a mini-museum that focuses on Tondo.
Below is Mrs. Sarabuno’s letter to our batch, addressed to our classmate Lito Parungo. The letter, which can also be downloaded here, has the endorsement of LDHS’s current principal Mrs. Rosalinda C. Nepomuceno. The full text:
We’d been receiving emails from the peps, asking us to write something about the reunion we held last July 12-13 in Calamba, Laguna. So here it is, at last. And to start off, allow us to open this story with messages sent to us by two peps:
“Thanks a lot for a great weekend of fun at the reunion. Sure am happy to have spent time with all of you. Even for a moment I have once again experienced how it is to feel young and carefree. Love you all.”
The site’s original proponents (minus Eddie Roberto)
Would you believe this blog is already a year old? Remember when we welcomed you on August 12, 2007 with this article? Time flies, indeed.
Since anniversaries are occasions to look back, we thought the following site stats might interest you:
- 203 – the number of articles we have posted.
- 212 – the number of comments we have received.
- 301 – the highest number of visitors in a day, which was recorded on Friday, June 30, 2008.
- 28,000 – the number of times the site has been visited.
We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to the members of LDHS Batch ’73 on the launching of their website: http://ldhs73.com.
Not too long ago, a number of them were exchanging emails with us, all of them sharing their own experience in tracking down batchmates. We’re just glad they now have their own virtual meeting place, which is a welcome addition to websites maintained by LDHS graduates. To know how the site came about, read Aoie Calaoagan-Maghirang’s article How it started.
Class ’73 is holding a grand reunion on January 31, 2009, 6:00 p.m. , at the Edsa Plaza Shangri-la in Mandaluyong. Those interested can send an email to:
louconstantino29[at]yahoo[dot]com, rregis[at]adb[dot]org, christynad[at]yahoo[dot]com or send text message to 09174229053 or 09219783148.
Good luck to all of you!