Saturday, May 31, 2008 | By: Rose

Thank You So Much Kate for this tag

1.Copy and Paste the entire page comeback to me and asked me your number. HERE. [link]
2.Its not necessary to erase once you’ve done the post already. Just add them in your post. Leave one space at a time.
3.Add title “Tagged Updated” Benefits that will get by playing this game is
Technorati will gain more Authorities and gain more links, inlinks, backinks too.
5. I will read and survey every links posted and joined this game. Because i know some links is not a good one. Remember i am the moderator, i want all the links is good and not a bad one. Promoting bad exposure this is not the game for you.Thanks and God bless.

Friday, May 30, 2008 | By: Rose

Ten Things About Me

Got this Tag from Mama .


1. Each blogger starts with ten random facts/habits about themselves.

2. Bloggers that are tagged need to write on their own blog about their ten things and post these rules.

3. At the end of your blog, you need to choose 10 people to get tagged and list their breads.

4. Don’t forget to leave them a comment telling them they’re tagged, and to read your blog.

Here goes ...

1. I used to play computer games when I was little

2. I love watching and collecting Koreanovelas

3. I love Adobo, Menudo and Sinigang

4. I can cry easily

5. I used to be an avid fan of Jose Mari Chan.

6. I can swim

7. I have a parents who teach me a good manner and right conduct. My parents name are Rosalita Moreno and Roberto Moreno

8. I have 2 siblings. Her name is Rosiebelle Moreno. (thank God!)

9. I have a 2 siblings who was dead. They name are Albert Moreno & Robert Moreno.

10.I Love My Family so much. Thank You God you gave me a Happy Family

and now I'm passing this tag to my friends namely,

Tita Madel, CuteRose, Ate Rose, Ate Cecil, & Sabel.
Thursday, May 29, 2008 | By: Rose

Friendship Around The World Tag

I have been tagged by Ate Rose. Thank you friend for this tag. I appreciate it. Here are the rules:

1. Copy from ::Start Copy Here:: through ::End Copy Here::.

2. Add your blog to the list. Feel free to add all your other blogs. Just make sure to post this to each of the blog you added in the list.

3. Tag other online friends you know.You don’t need to be tag in order to join. If you want to join just post this one in your blog.

4. Let me know your blog’s name and url by leaving me a comment HERE. I will add you to the master list.That way, everyone is happy and can meet new friends too!

5. Come back once in a while to get the master list! Let’s see how this makes our Technorati and PR goes up! :D

6. DO NOT REMOVE THIS: scrap page made by Yen. Using alphas and tapes from Kate H., flowers from Ida,paper by Catrine. and mine 2.creative in me 3.Little Peanut 4.Pea in a Pod 5.Sugar Magnolias 6.Because Life is Fun 7.Piece O' Kaje 8.Mon a Bric 9.Celebrate Life 10.My Journey 11.Deeply in love 12.Pink and Brown Diaries 13.HappyHeart 14.wilstop 15.FunFierceFab 16.Just Me.. Eds 17.Mommyhood and Me 18.My Charmed Life 19.Sassy Finds 20.SuperNova and SweetPain 21.My Life in this Wonderful World! 22.Denz Techtronics 23.Denz Recreational 24.PinayWAHM 25.Teacher’s Corner 26..My Quiet Zone 27.Yums 28. GreenRose 29. Science and Technology 30. Philippine Heroes

End Copy Here:

I am tagging this friendship blog to:

Sabel, CuteRose, Marilyn, Juliet, & Cecil

Thursday, May 22, 2008 | By: Rose
My friend ate Rose tagged me and here's my answers:

1. List 6 things that describe yourself today.
2. Add your blog to the list. Feel free to add all your other blogs.
3. Tag other online friends you know.

So this is how I feel.
1. Tired don't want to do anything.
2. Sleepy
3. cool! ).
4 .but a bit sad5. a bit angry
6. a bit disappointed co'z of my very slow internet browsing.

Links: Creative In MELittle peanutMe and MinePea in a PodSugar MagnoliasA Slice of LifeSimply JenJenny Said So This and ThatYumsGreenRose, Science and Technology, Philippine Heroes, and your link here.

Now it's my turn to pass this tag to my friends namely: Kate, Marilyn., 4ever7, Muthalib & Tess.

Electric current

When you go outside at night, you need to take a torch with you see where you are going. When you switch on the torch, it lights up.The light is made by electricity, but is the sort of electricity which flows through wires and other pieces of metal. When electricity flows, we say there is an electric current.In a torch the electricity comes from a battery. A battery makes electricity when chemicals it join together. Have you anything worked by batteries?

If you took a torch to pieces, you would find that it has many parts. It is made up of a bulb, one or two batteries, and a switch. These parts are joined together by pieces of metal.The metal makes a path where electricity can flow from the battery to the bulb, and back. This kind of path is an electric circuit which usually has a switch in it. When the switch is turned 'Off ' , if leaves a gap in the circuit and no electricity can flow through.

If you look at a torch bulb closely, you will see that there is a fine wire inside, which lights up where electricity passes through it. The electric bulbs we use to light up our homes are the same, but they use a much stronger kind of electricity, called mains electricity. This comes into our homes through thick wires, or cables.Mains electricity is very useful but it is very dangerous.NEVER TRY TO LOOK INSIDE ELECTRIC PLUGS AND SOCKETS OR PLAY ABOUT WITH ANY ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. You could get an electric shock that would hurt you.
Monday, May 19, 2008 | By: Rose


I can find out about electricity using just a plastic comb. Run the comb several times through your hair, then hold it just above your hair. I will find that your hair will stand on end. By rubbing with the comb, you have given your hair a little bit of electricity, and you have also given an electric charge to your comb. These electric charges on your hair and the comb attract one another, and this is why your hair stands up. Electric charges like this are called static electricity.

I can giv many things, such as fur and plastic, an electric charge by rubbing them. Have you noticed that your shirt or blouse crackles when you take it off? That noise is made by static electricity.

When you walk across a nylon fibre carpet, your whole body picks up eletricity. Sometimes when you reach for a metal door knob afterwards, you give yourself a little electric shock! If the room is dark, you may even see sparks come from your fingers. The sparks are made as the electricity jumps through the air.

The same kind of things happens in the air during at thunderstorm. Static electricity builds up in the thunderclouds. Then suddenly the electricity sparks down to the ground and we see a flash of lightning. It can do a lot of damge, even knock down trees and buildings and set things on fire.
Saturday, May 17, 2008 | By: Rose


Have you ever played with a magnet? If you have, i will know that it picks up things like paper clips and drawing pins, pulling them with the force of magnetism. I may have noticed that a magnet will only pick up certain things, mostly ones made of iron or steel. Magnets are usually made from iron because iron is the only common metal that is magnet.

Magnets do not always attract, or pull things towards them. Sometimes they repel things, or push them away. I can make this happen if i have two magnets. If i bring one end of the first magnet up to one end of the first magnet up to one end of the second magnet, the ends will either stick together (attract) or fly apart (repel).

Take one of your magnets and hang it from one piece of cotton tied round the middle. Do this several times. What happens? I should find that it always points in the same direction when it stops moving. One end points to the north, and the other to the South. We call the north-pointing end of a magnet, its north pole, and the south-pointing end, its south pole. It seems as if the earth has magnets at its north pole and south pole, which attract your magnet.

Wherever you go on Earth, you find that a swinging magnet always ends up pointing north and south. So if you carry a magnet about with you, you can can always tell which way is north. An easier way to do at this is to use a compass.

Friday, May 16, 2008 | By: Rose

My Mode For Today

I got this tag from MAMA . Thanks, Mah.
This is ME today:

1. Tired – surfing on the net

2. Fulfilled – not satisfied cause of my internet lost

3. Sleepy – slept at 12:00 or 1:00 a.m then woke up at 9:00 this morning

4. Happy – because i have a family that beside me

5. Excited – because we’re going to buy a computer in the house

6. Lonely – because i miss my cousin

Im tagging:

Easiest Online Business
Free Download
Challege of Life
A Fil-Am Journey
SRG Collections
Thursday, May 15, 2008 | By: Rose
Its Mother's Day everyday and it's time to tell the world how grateful we are of our mothers who gave us life and love. Thanks to Mama for this wonderful tag, I wanna pass this tag to my blogger friends namely; REMINENSENCE, Pieces of Me , Treasure Box , Mary Lyka Rosit, Welcome to my blog and My Wonderful Life blogger. Friends its your turn to make this opportunity to tell everybody in the blogosphere why we have the best Mom in the World.Please copy the link below and add yours then pass also to other mommies.
1. Bregie- her love for us is endless!
2.Bing - for us she is more than perfect!
3. Francine - of the life she gave me in this world!
4. Cherie - of her undying love, understanding and support in everything that I do
5. Le bric à brac de Cherie -she's always there to give my spirit a lift when I am really down and she never gets tired of loving me and the entire family. I wanna be like her!
6. Gen - for being my mom forever...
7. Lara- she understands me and fill my needs.
8. Laradee - she loves me and cares for me no matter what.
9. Byaheng Pinay - she gave the best for me.
10. Eds - for her unconditional love to us.
11.thata-for the life that she gave me and the cares.
12. Rose - Thank you for passing this mom... Love You for too. For caring me...
Wednesday, May 14, 2008 | By: Rose


The gravity of the world is very powerful. That is why it is difficult to get into Space. The space shuttle beats gravity by having very powerful rocket engines. They make it grow very much faster than a rifle bullet. In Space, it travels hundreds of kilometres every minute.
What happens when i throw a ball into the air? It goes up a little way and then falls back to the ground. When apples are ripe, they fall of a tree. If i jump up in the air, i soon come down again. Something is pulling you, the ball and the apple back to the ground. It is a force i call gravity. Gravity keeps people in the ground, the waters in the oceans, and the air in the atmosphere. It also goes out a long way in Space. It even keeps the Moon in place thousands and thousands of kilometres away!
Up in Space, astronauts do not seem to be affected by gravity. They feel weightless and just float about like this astronaut in the space shuttle's cargo bay.
It is gravity that gives me my weight. Weight is force with which the Earth pulls my body. It is not the same as my mass. Mass is the amount of a stuff in my body. This never changes. But my weight can change, if gravity changes.
If i went far out into Space, i would find that i seem to be weightless! I would just float about as if there was no gravity. Gravity is still there, but its pull on my is tiny because of the way my are travelling in Space.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008 | By: Rose


At first people used their own strength to work the machines they built. Next they used animals. Then they found out how to use the power of the wind when it blows, and of water when it flows. They built machines to catch this power stores as engines to work their other machines. This power 'catchers' were the sails and waterwheels which drove the mills.

Soon people found out how to make steam work their engines. Steam engines were very powerful and could be used anywhere to drive bigger and better machines. Some steam engines were use in the first cars. But today our cars have a much more powerful engine, the petrol engine. It uses petrol as fuel. The engine uses the energy from burning petrol to turn the car wheels.

The petrol engine has hundreds of different parts. There are several pistons and cylinders. The petrol burns in the tops of the cylinders and make hot gases. The hot gases push the pistons down. This movement makes a rod, or shaft, turn. Then gearwheels and other shafts carry the movement to the wheels.

We use other kinds of engines to turn the machines that make our electricity. One spins when water flows through it and is called a water turbine.
Monday, May 12, 2008 | By: Rose

Simple Machines

I use hundreds of different machines to help us with my work. Machines help us travel, farm the land, make things for us, type my letters, wash my clothes. Machines put forces to work. They help us to do things more easily and usually quickly. t is much faster to sew a dress with a sewing machine than it is by hand. Most machines are driven by engines or electric motors.

Some machines are very simple indeed. I use a hammer as a machine when i take out a nail with the prongs on its head, because me are using the hammer as a lever, which is one of the simplest machines. I often use levers to apply extra force to something. Garden spades, tweezers, and pliers are all kinds of lever. I use them as machines to help me do something more easily.

The screw and wedge are other simple machines. I can easily turn the screw of a workshop vice to make it grip something tightly. An axe has a head shaped like a wedge. The wedge has a thin edge to go into the wood easily, and then the sides of the wedge force the wood outwards so it splits.

Other simple machines use wheels. A pulley is a wheel with a rope running over it. By fastening loads to pulleys, i can make it easier to lift heavy things. I just have to pull on the other end of the rope. Another wheel machine is the wheel and axle, which is like a pedals and chain wheel on a bicycle.

I can make my bicycle go on pushing the pedals. A chain carries the force of my pedalling to the axle of the back wheel, and turns it round. The chain joins a gear wheel on the pedals to a smaller one on the back wheel. This smaller wheel turns faster than the pedal gear, and that makes my pedalling turn the bicycle wheel faster.
Sunday, May 11, 2008 | By: Rose

Happy Mother's Day

Don't Forget To Wish The Moms in Your Life "Happy Mother's Day" This Sunday!

M ... is for the million things she gave me,
O... means only that she's growing old,
T... is for the tears she shed to save me,
H... is for her heart of purest gold;
E... is for her eyes, with love-light shining,
R... means right, and right she'll always be.

Put them all together, they spell "MOTHER,"

A word that means the world to me.

Dear Mom,
Who is my mom? Is she good or bad? My Mom is ROSALITA G. MORENO. No.
She lways here to me. If i have a problem there is she. She love me so much. And She Love her so much.
Is she is important to me? Yes, because she is beside to me to all. She carry me when i was a baby AND now, there is she.. My only one MOTHER.

Forces at Work

Put a ball on the table so that it keeps still. If i don't touch it, it will stay where it is, and it will only start to move when i push it. A cart will stay on a flat place until a horse or tractor pulls it, then it starts moving. These pulls and pushes are called forces, and forces make things move. They can also all things down and stop them moving. When i put on the brakes on my bicycle, me airs applying forces to the wheels, which try to stop them moving.

In general, things are still stay still, and things that are moving stay moving, and it is hard to make them change. I say that they have inertia. I can use a big bowl full of water to show inertia. Put it on the ground outside and suddenly push the bowl hard. I will find that bowl moves, but the water inside stays there. Then what happens?

When i roll a table-tennis ball gently along the carpet, i find that it goes so far and then stops. Some force must be making it slow down. It is a force i call friction. There is friction when any objects moves and rubs against another. Rough surfaces have a lot of friction; Try rolling your ping-pong ball along a smooth floor to see how far it goes.

Friction also makes heat. I can find this out by rubbing my hands together.
Saturday, May 10, 2008 | By: Rose


In our colourful world, the commonest colour is green. Almost all plants have green leaves to help them make their food. Flowers may be any colour i can think of, and often then bright colours attract insects. Things i buy come in colours of all kinds, because the people who make them with dyes or paints to make them look nicer. Do i have a favourite colour?
Where do colours come from? The light that comes from the Sun is yellowish-white, but all the different colours i see are already in sunlight. This is because sunlight is really a mixture of all the colours of the rainbow. When sunlight splits up into its colours as it passes through raindrops, all the colours separate into a rainbow.

Here i see all the colours of the rainbow. There are seven colours from top to bottom. They are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet.
This explains why thing are coloured. I see a fire engine when sunlight is reflected from it into our eyes, but the paint covering the life engine takes in, or absorbs, all the colours in the sunlight except red. The red colour is reflected from the paint into my eyes, and i see the fire engine as red. White things reflect all the colours.

Not everyday can see colours properly. Some people cannot tell the difference between green and reds, or blues and yellows. Dogs and many other animals can't see any colours at all.
Friday, May 9, 2008 | By: Rose


Sight is the most important of all our senses. Our eyes tell us most about the world around us.
Like most other animals, i have two eyes. I can find the reason for this. Close one eye and ask a friend to hold the pencil in front of me. Probably i will miss it. With only one eye i can't tell how far away the pencil is. Now do the same thing with both eyes open, and i will probably touch the pencil first time. Using two eyes i can judge distances. This is because each of my eyes has a slightly different view.

Look at of my eyes in a mirror. Can i see it is curved? This is because is forms part of a ball, called the eyeball. Most of the eyeball is white on the outside. The only coloured part is a circle in front which i called the iris. In the middle of a iris is a black spot, the pupil, which is actually a hole that lets light into the eye.

The iris can change the size of a pupil. In very bright light, the iris closes a pupil but in dim light, the iris opens it. I can test this for myself. Sit under a light and hold a mirror in front of my face. Look at my eyes, then close them in a few minutes. Open them and look at my pupils. What do i see?
Light goes through a pupil and then through a lens. The lens bends the light rays so that they form a picture on the back of the eyeball, the retina, which sends messages about the picture on it to the brain. The brain tells us what the picture is and i see.

Thursday, May 8, 2008 | By: Rose

Mirrors and lenses

When i look at myself in a mirror, i see a picture of myself which is not a true picture, but a mirror image. When i wink my right eye, the left eye of my mirror image winks back. If i left my right arm, my mirror image lifts the left. Try it and see.

Ordinary mirrors are flat but some mirrors are curved. Shaving mirrors curve like the inside of a saucer. When i look into a shaving mirror, my face look bigger than usual. The mirrors has magnified my face.

Other curved mirrors can make i look smaller, taller, fatter, thinner and even upside-down. Try it with a spoon, since the curved top and bottom surfaces of a spoon make good mirrors. Hold the spoon in front of you in different positions and see how my image changes. What difference do i notice between the front and back of the spoon?
Wednesday, May 7, 2008 | By: Rose


The kitchen where are we daily meals are prepared can also be little drugstore. Why? Because the vegetables and spices that we use everyday can cure common diseases at home.

Bitter melon popularly known as ampalaya is good for hemmorhoids, stomach pains and fever. Certain acids in ampalaya control these diseases.

Swamp cabbage or kangkong is good laxative. It works both for adults and children. Preparing the laxative is easy, just boil the vegetables and use the juice.

Horse radish tree or malunggay as others call it, is good for skin ulcers and sores.

Some of spices in our kitchen that can cure common diseases are garlic, onion, and ginger.

Garlic or bawang is good for high blood pressure. It is also good for tootaches and insects bites.

Onion or sibuyas is good for gas pains (kabag) and joundice (paninilaw).

Ginger or luya as we call it, is good for cold, cough, sore throat, intestinal pains and gas.

My Japanesse Name

Got this Tag from Tita Madel, it's really funny. For the instructions, add your name on the list and simply spell out your name using the given Japanese letter- translations below. Tag six of your friends and inform them of the tag. Have fun!

TRANSLATION: A - ka G - ji M - rin S - ari Y - fu B - tu H - ri N - to T - chi Z - zi C - mi I - ki O - mo U - do D - te J - zu P - no V - ru V - ru E - ku K - me Q - ke W - mei W - mei F - lu L - ta R - shi X - na X - na

1. OSWALD - moarimeikatate (sounds like american and states har....har...har...)

2. JUNELLE - zudotokutataku (Thank God I’m a Filipino! sounds like sadako. nyay! hehehe)

3. JACQUELINE - zukamikedokutakitoku (Ayay!! Unsaman ni perti mang taasa..wa ko kasabot nyahahaha)

4. LERMA - takushirinka ( I’ll use this name if I’m in Japan!)

5. BREGIE -tushikujikiku ( Wah....ang sagwa hehehehe)

6. Michelle - rinkimirikutataku (sounds like miriku-piriko, tataku-tatak-u) hahaha!

7. C.A. "tque" - mika "chikedoku" (nice and cool!)

8. JULIET - zudotakikuchi (murag suntuka koh!? hehehe!

9. Madel-Rinkatekuta(unsa? morag ngan og tuta? haha!

10. Rose- Shimoariku ( Like a virgin??!!! wehehehe )

I will pass this tag to Fun_N_Me, Heap Up, Lunatic, Pisces of Me, Wild at Heart, Did You Know?.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008 | By: Rose


Is a loved one suddenly having problems with compulsive gambling? If the person is being treated for Parkinson's disease, the cause may lie in his medication.

Researches are looking into the connection between compulsive behavior and a specific dopamine agonist, pramipexole, which is used to treat Parkinson's.

Dopamine is a chemical naturally produced by the human body. It plays an important role in the brains control of movement. It is linked with addictive behaviors and pleasurable experiences such as drugs, sex and food. A shortage of it, however, causes with dopamine can possibly cause the patient to seek addictive behaviors such gambling, hypersexuality and overeating.

Despite the strong link between the two, there's still no firm evidence to support the theory. In the study they conducted among 529 people talking pramipexole, only 1.5% developed gambling behavior.
Monday, May 5, 2008 | By: Rose


More in more people are saying it's ok to have same sex marriages. Base on a survey by the Pew Research Center conducted a few months ago, 39% of Americans expressed their support for gay unions, a 9% rise compared to a poll taken the previous year. The drastic rise in tolerance may be attributed to the opportunities given for gay rights advocates to be heard.

The findings indicate that people are becoming more open and tolerants said the research center's director Micheal Dimock.

Aside from the rise in approval of homesexual marriages, people are also more amenable for these couples to adopt chidren. From 57% opposition in 1999, nubers went down by 9%.

It is still an issue-a lot of people who opposed it then still oppose it now. But a lot of people who oppsed it then were in an intense environment and either feel less strongly or feel that people can do what they want to do, "Dimock added.
Sunday, May 4, 2008 | By: Rose


In 1962, the first reported case of human intestinal capillariasis occurred in a previously healthy young man from Luzon in the Philippines, who subsequently died.

Capilliariasis is an infection by capillaria philippines, C-hepatica, C-denphila.

In severe infections generalized abdominal pain, diarrhea and pronounced borborygmi one followed by nausea and vomiting and intractable diarrhea, leading to severe malabsorption, cachexia, and death.

The life cycle of C-philippiensis is not known, but infection is probably acquired by ingesting eggs or infective larvae on small fish.

Also, the combination of muscular wasting, and lost of body fat makes intestinal penstalsis visible and outlines muscles and tendons through the skin. At autopsy the small is indurated, thickness, and distended with fluid.

At present, mehendazole is the drug of choice .

Saturday, May 3, 2008 | By: Rose

Light and Colour


  • During the day i see the world around us as a because the light from the Sun is shining. Sunlights brings life to our world. Plants cannot make food in the dark, as they need the energy of sunlight to make it. Without plants, nothing else could live. At night the Sun sets and its light can no longer rich us. The sky gets dark, and i cannot see the things around us. Can i imagine what life would be like if i always lived in the dark? Do i know any animals that live in the dark?
  • I can make light by burning things. Candles, coal fires and gas flames give out light when they burn. Years ago, people went to bed once it was dark because candles were expensive. Nowadays, i don't have to stay in the dark at nights because i have electric lights which are cheap. Light bulbs have wires in them that glow white-hot when electricity goes through them.
  • Light usually goes straight from one thing to another. But i can make it turns corners by using a mirror. A mirror is usually a piece of glass with a silvery coating on one side to send back, or reflect, the light. I can't reflect light well without the silvery coating because most light goes straight through ordinary glass, which is transparent. Water is also transparent, and let's light through. Algough water and glass do not reflect light well, they can make it bend.

Friday, May 2, 2008 | By: Rose


Hearing is one of our senses. I hear when our ears pick up sound waves in the air which make our eardrums vibrate. These vibrations are passed on the nerves inside the air, which send message to the brain. The brain then tells us what the sounds are like.

When the sounds waves vibrate slowly, I hear a low, or low-pitched, sound. When the sound vibrations are fast, I hear high-pitched sounds. Some animals, such as dogs, can hear much higher sound than i can and we sometimes use 'silent' whistles to call them. The sound these 'silent' whistles make is so high that I can't hear it, but the dogs can.

Bats can make and hear even higher sounds. They make these sounds to find they way around at night by listening for echoes from things in their path. They find their prey in the way.

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