Bibimbop is arguably the easiest Korean dish that everyone can make. You can virtually put anything you want on your “mix.” 맛있겠다 !  Lots of kinds of vegetables are missing though, like the giant looking “toge” for Filipinos (soybean sprout) and some other vegetables that I don’t really know the name.

Throwback Thursday. At the beach. 
1st photo - Banana Island, Palawan
2nd photo - Bolinao, Pangasinan
3rd Photo - Baracuda Lake, Coron, Palawan 

Hey, don’t write yourself off yet
It’s only in your head you feel left out or looked down on.
Just try your best, try everything you can.
And don’t worry what they tell themselves when your’e away.

It just takes some time, little girl you’re in the middle of the ride.
Everything will be just fine, everything will be alright

Hey you know they’re all the same.
You know your’e doing better on your own, so don’t buy in.
Live right now.
Yeah, just be yourself.
It doesn’t matter if it’s good enough for someone else.

I spent 3 weeks in Lucban Quezon to be part of an evangelistic effort of Piis Seventh-Day Adventist Church. The event took place on a tent that could give shelter to 50 people. The meetings lasted 14 nights with an American speaker. My part was to translate his message in Tagalog. 14 people were baptized at the end of the meetings.

Picture # 1 Baptism of Liezl. Pastor Peras officiated the baptism.
Picture # 2 The 14 people who decided to give their life to Jesus.
Picture # 3 Michael, the speaker for the effort tells the story of Jesus. That’s me on the right, translating what he is saying.
Picture # 4 Jezreel and Jethro are theology students who helped us throughout the series. They went to the houses of the attendees and gave bible study there.
Picture # 5 Bible study meetings in one of the residences of the attendees.
Picture # 6 Jethro with the aid of his handy laptop discusses baptism
Picture # 7 The young people of Piis Seventh-Day Adventist Church assisted the two theology students in giving out bible studies.
Picture # 8 Nica together with the local kids in Piis.
Picture # 9 The huge jeep that picks up the attendees from their homes.
Picture # 10 Swimming!