May this holiday season fill you with the warmth, peace and contentment you’ve been working so hard for the past couple of months.
Merry Christmas everyone!!!
I pray that you are surrounded by your love ones and drinking hot choco or tea or coffee right now.
Have fun and don’t forget to thank the Lord for this wondrous occasion!
I know those of you in the US are celebrating Thanksgiving Day today. Let me tell you that I am also celebrating it… but not just today, every single day of my life! I am grateful for what I have and what I’ve become.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating today wherever you may be!
I can’t understand MMDA’s use of U-turn slots. Personally, I think that MMDA’s idea of using U-turn slots instead of stoplights is bad. Really bad! I mean consider the volume of cars using the slot at the same time. It causes traffic jams. In Quezon Avenue alone, try traversing it by 12noon or during peak hours and you will find horrible traffic caused by one U-turn slot after another. The one at Delta going to West Ave. is jammed during these hours.
Not all drivers are good with U-turns. Some find it hard, as evidenced by the horrible traffic jams at the U-turn slots. I remember a cab driver telling me that he’s been seeing inexperienced drivers causing jams at these slots all the time. And there is not even a single MMDA traffic personnel in sight to help remedy the situation.
Another thing, those MMDA footbridges… not everyone is fit enough to climb the stairs. MMDA didn’t even consider the senior citizens using those pink footbridges. I’ve seen several old people using the footbridge gasping for breath. Nakakahingal kasi. Especially the one connecting the old Paramount Theatre at the corner of West Ave. to SM City North Edsa. That particular footbridge is a steep climb! At least a traffic enforcer should always be on hand to help old people or the handicapped cross the street.
I don’t know with you but personally, I really think stoplights should be returned. ASAP!
I always knew I would finish schooling. I would graduate. I never doubted my ability to carry on with my bachelor’s degree, even on those days when I was totally distracted by home woes.
What about you?
Here in the Philippines, in Quezon City, March signals the start of the graduation season. Students from all over the city are anxious to finish the school year so that they could go on vacation. For the geeks, they are anxious to know how they fared the whole year.
But for college students, I know that the main thought running through their minds is if they can find a job right away. I should know, halfway through my last semester in college, I was already checking out companies who might accept me right away.
With the ongoing recession, there is a scarcity of job demands. I hope that the newly graduates will not lose hope and stay strong despite the setback they might be facing right out of college.