Ceralde-Sia nuptial

We are finally posting the photos of JP and Kei Ceralde’s weddng held last May 7 at the Oasis Garden in Quezon City. Representing the peps were Lito Parungo, Keith dela Cruz and Ruby Gaviola-Guevarra, who all stood as  principal sponsors.

Look at the photo below — a very emotional Pearly Jaramilla, giving away her daughter:

To JP and Keitie, our congratulations and best wishes to you.

To view more photos, please visit our online photo album. Our thanks to Noel Guevarra for being our “official” photographer that day.


Happy birthday, bro

Mahal naming John Marte Marcella. Sana’y magustuhan mo ang munti naming alay para sa iyong kaarawan. Pasensya na at ito lang ang mga boys na naabot namin. Hindi namin kinaya ang haba ng listahan ng mga lalaking nagmamahal sa iyo.

Magpakasaya ka sa araw na ito, bro (?!).


Birthday hat

Jo Monte de Ramos is our birthday girl today. So we thought of greeting her by wearing the same hat that she’s donning in this photo. Happy, happy birthday, madam. After all those trying months you had to endure, we do hope you’ll find time to spend more time for yourself. And please also extend our felicitations to your brother, Gil, who has yet to say hello to all of us.

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View from the top

For the last 15 years or so, classmate Lito Parungo has been shuttling back and forth between Amsterdam and Manila. When booking a flight he would always choose an aisle seat, just like what he did the last time he visited the Philippines. So how come he was able to shoot these footage?

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Haberday, Nitz

This picture of Nitz Mercado (with Zeny Cervantes) is almost two years old already. We were looking for a more recent picture of hers for this birthday post, but to no avail. That’s because Nitz has been absent from our activities for the longest time. Pero dahil kaarawan naman niya bukas, patatawarin na lang natin.  Maligayang kaarawan po.

Other peps – Angie Santos, Lito Parungo and June Lapira (isa pang hindi nagpaparamdam) – also celebrated their birthdays recently. Our haberdays also go to them.

Be merry, all of you.


Two for the road

The IV-2 class has just had a couple of interesting activities: reunion dates with their former teachers (and ours too, actually). The first one was with their New York-based class adviser,  Mrs. Agapita Correa. This was their first time to see Ma’am again after 31 years.

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