Elena Grace Flores is the publisher of http://carelinkwebpr.com/. She aims to provide a medium for entities to promote beneficial products and services to her readers online through blogs. She supports various organizations that cater to healthcare, technology advancement, educational research, skill training, social developments and improvement of the quality of life in general.
Philippines is now becoming a calamity-prone country – after series of devastation just happened recently. For sure, like any other governments, the Philippine government also has a comprehensive plan like this one from the United Kingdom for disaster response:
Based on the performance of the government after super typhoon Yolanda, all government agencies are working hard to the brink of breaking down – but the efforts were not felt by many. Why? The devastation was just too much to handle without proper equipment, manpower and strategy. The actions done did not come from an intelligent panel of planners – because they move without thinking in tackling the disaster aftermath. Lots of donations arrive but they are easily hindered by obstructions because they do not have powerful vehicles. Time is of the essence and further delay means lost of lives! Can this be tolerated by Filipinos?
I knew that my EON Debit Card is expiring and it was not a surprise seeing a notice from Paypal – that to make sure that there will be no interruptions in my Paypal facility, I must renew beforehand. So, I immediately called the Customer Service hotline of the bank and was told to go to the branch where I opened my account. Then, I found out later on that I could have renewed in any branch convenient to me. Read this other story just to be aware:
Advance renewal will cost you 150 Pesos for the card replacement and another 350 Pesos for the annual fee. Just be ready with your government ID card such as driver’s license or passport upon picking the new card up after 3 or 4 working days. It is best to call first if it is ready because it can take at least a week. Whatever you do, just don’t let it expire if you are using Paypal with it.
EIEIO is easy for children to recall and this classic Old MacDonald Had a Farm song was already popular even when I was a child myself. Despite the entertaining platform of the music, the lyrics are not only realistic but also fun to just utter. Here’s another version:
What can beat animal sounds – for quality educational activity for our angels? Even adults love this too – upon seeing children having so much fun. Minors who are not living in the farm can also develop the love of rural life – when they have the chance to grow up with this type of children’s songs. Play them on for your little ones and you’ll love their newly found interest!
By: Elena Grace Flores
My grandson is always fascinated with the I Love You song by Barney – and he is unsatisfied every time the song comes to an end. It was lucky that I found this extended version of the video. The song is repeated 15 times and before the last repetition ends, the little one already had enough. See for yourself:
Brilliant idea. Thanks to its maker. Despite being repeated 15 times, each rendition sounds unique because of the fast and slow beats plus, the alternate voices of Barney and the children. Keep this handy, folks!
Tacloban aids are pouring in from around the world but there’s not much evidence that they are received by the the victims. This is an additional grief for the the country. People are getting discouraged from the public system. One can’t imagine why their loved ones are still not eating after few days of abundant donations. Read and watch videos from this link:
No one can control the natural disaster but, sufferings can be alleviated if there’s genuine love for public service. Criticisms to the government may be unfounded but why can’t they facilitate relief efforts faster than the others when they should know their country better? Let’s help in our own little way – and perhaps we can influence the ones in authority!