Friday, November 12, 2010

AMW Gives: "Give and You May Receive" --- CLOSED!!!

Don't you just love how everything is just better during the -ber months?  Traffic gets worst, malls are way crowded than before, but everyone's in a good mood!  I guess that's the power and spirit of Christmas!

Because it's less than 45 days before Christmas, I will be hosting a giveaway to give thanks to all my wonderful readers who's been with me all throughout, reading my crazy stories and enjoying my photos no matter how childish it could get!  

This time, the contest is quite different!  I will definitely not give you a hard time but here's a contest that could probably make other people (who aren't even into beauty or fashion) happy too!

"Give and You May Receive" Contest

How to join: 
  1. Randomly do something nice to other people starting today (could be your neighbors, your colleagues, your family or even strangers).  This does not have to be huge and you don't need to spend gazillions!  Little things that you think can make the other person smile and happy! (Ex.1 Giving up your expensive coffee drink by buying a box of instant coffee and share to your colleagues.  Ex. 2 Smiling and wishing good morning at the guard of the building you work at.  Ex. 3 Sharing umbrella to someone who does not have one on the street.  Ex. 4 Calling your mom or dad and thank them or tell them you love them.  Etc...)
  2. Come back here and comment on the random good stuff you've done!  Again, it does not have to be big!  
  3. Comment with your name and email address.  In this contest, you can comment as many times depending on how many good deed you've done!  (If you've done 3, then comment 3 times with your name and email address).  Never duplicate the same comment though!
  4. Open to everyone across the globe!  Isn't it fun that there's each one of us doing random good stuffs all over the world? 
  5. Contest ends November 30, 2010!  There will be no right or wrong answer so I will be using my favorite Fruit Machine to pick 3 winners!
Prize #1
Purederm Products
Thanks to Purederm for permitting me to share these to my readers!

  • Nourishing Repair Hair Mask "Chamomile"
  • Nose Pore Strips "Aloe" 
  • Ceramides Sensitive Skin Masque
  • Purifying Dead Sea Mud Mask "Papaya"
  • Anti-Stress Heat Therapy Mask "Apricot"
  • Ultra Hydrating Shea Butter Mask "Olive Oil"
  • Cell Illuminating Hydro Pure Gel Mask

Prize #2
Revlon Customs Creations 020 Light
I bought a couple as "backups" and I want to share one to a reader because I like this foundation!  It's nice because we can adjust the shade of my foundation without purchasing a new foundation especially during the summer when we tan up from the sun!


 Prize #3
Paul & Joe Protective Foundation Primer UV SPF40 PA++
If you've been reading my blog for a long time, you'll know my love for Paul & Joe brand.  I enjoyed using this because it's light on the skin and never feels heavy at all!  I also purchased a couple of these for backup and I will share one to a reader because I love giving and I love you!!!


Product purchased at Rustan's


**Note from Author: Winners cannot choose the prize.  The 3 winners chosen via Fruit Machine will be handpicked again for specific prize number!

Let's have fun with this and I hope after this contest, doing random good things to others will still be in us! I will also join in and do random good things and we'll share through comment section. 

I want to thank my Ghetto girl friends for sharing an inspiring story to me which blossoms into THIS CONTEST! :)
Making someone happy in our own tiny ways is the real beauty!
I am excited to hear your stories!  Report back to me and consider yourself part of the contest.
Whether you win my contest or not, I promise you, the fulfillment of helping someone is already the best prize anyone could ever experience!

Keep smilin'
Stay happy!


90 comments:

  1. This is the best contest idea ever.

    (I know this doesn't count as an entry, but I had to state this.)

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  2. Good morning Nikkers! luv to join your contest, this is fun! this time I will win!woaaahhh!!!

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  3. awwwwwwwww *powerhugs* the ghetto gurls were inspired by YOU because of your good soul we will join the contest too hehe!! :)

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  4. My siblings and I repainted our parents house. We change the color from plain white to linen cream that is similar to light yellow and added a touch of light green in the kitchen wall with sunflower tiles as the decoration. The house looks happier and brighter and we all love it!

    Michelle Ame
    michelle_ej08[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  5. Cris, thank you for commenting, no worries, I appreciate it, you're always welcome here!

    Mags! hahaha SURE! Join na and stay positive on winning! :) Goodluck!

    The Ghetto Gurls! hahahah ok, you better start doing something nice na!

    Ladymishel, that is a very sweet story and painting a home is NOT easy, I remember painting only one part of our house and I was dead tired! hahahha :)

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  6. I collected all my sons old clothes and other clothes that he was not able to use when he was little. I gave them away to my mom's neighbor who has a lot of children. I feel good helping people, makes me happy! =)

    Michelle Ame
    michelle_ej08[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  7. This morning I bought 2 packs of biscuits and chocolate crackers at 711 store in Multinational Village in Paranaque for my office stash.. while waiting for an fx ride to Lawton, I saw a kid asking/begging for some loose coins.. hearing news that it's not okey to give money because it' s the modus operandi of some syndicate, I just gave the other pack of biscuit and crackers to the kid..

    jonaganda
    jonaalf@yahoo.com

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  8. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    Everyday I go to Greenhills to teach...because of the traffic congestion near LaSalle, I would walk from Greenhills to EDSA to catch bus home...giving myself a good exercise from sitting from 5am to 6pm everyday...I will also share my P7 fare to the blind singers along the streets...they have great voices by the way...

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  9. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    This morning while eating breakfast with my officemates, one of them said she is not pretty and that may be the cause of her broken relationship...To boost her esteem and confidence, I gave her a makeover.And she really liked it.(I am actually the in-house make up artist of our company)lol!

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  10. I give old toys to a friend in need, she appreciates it much as i did not ask for any money in return.

    Susie
    luckyme_168@yahoo.com

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  11. what a cute idea! just replying to your comment but the moisturizer seriously lasted me MONTHS! but you're right it's kind of like toothpaste haha! the coverage is sheer if you need a lot i dont recommend it, but if you have only a few blemishes then it's great!

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  12. This morning i help my colleague to find some information for work since she is too busy and i am quite free. =)

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  13. today, i hugged my hubby to be strong while he was off to take his mother to surgery.

    he's the source of my strength and my reason to keep smiling, a hug was the least i could do.

    but anyhuuuuu, fantastic idea for a contest from a good natured person and it's so like you to do this (from what little i've come to know of you from what i read)

    Marge
    hathor2@hathor2.tk

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  14. Geri
    Ampanuto@aol.com
    Today, I helped a colleague in completing one of her tasks because it's her bday!

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  15. Annie Lorraine Marquez
    alsmarquez@yahoo.com

    Hi nikki!! Excited ako sa contest mo. Today, I treated my friend with California Twister Maki and spent sometime with her at home. :)

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  16. Great idea for a contest!

    Today, I decided to pass up on our Friday getaway and decided to help the other groups on their projects. Not only did we finish their projects, but we also got to bond and get closer with my classmates. Total win!'

    Sofia Gatchalian
    sofiagatchalian13@yahoo.com

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  17. The good deed I've done and been trying to work on was convincing my high school batch mates who resides in the US to sponsor kids for a Harry Potter movie on Saturday. It's a fundraising event of Batch91 for next year reunion. At the same times unfortunate kids can watch a movie with soda and popcorn on the side.
    Right now I have 15 kids for the movie night on Sat. Sweet! :)

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  18. nice contest nikki! :)

    this morning, i hold the elevator for people from our neighbor office, they smiled at me and it made me feel good the whole day! :)

    dianneregina
    dianneregina@yahoo.com.ph

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  19. not joining, but just wanted to say it's so generous of you to sponsor a giveaway on your own. :) keep it up, nikki! i've always loved your blog, and it's nice to know there's a big heart behind it. <3

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  20. Thanks for joining again Michelle Ann, you can keep on joining by continuing to do something good over the weekend!

    Jonaganda, awww, I'm glad you did that! I'd rather give food rather than just money to those kids!

    Leilani, wow that's a great idea, saving up the Php7.00 to give to beggars! You better hydrate yourself well ok? Oh hey! In house makeup artist, that is sooo cool! :) Glad you did that to make someone feel special :) Great job!

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  21. Susie, that's nice! Giving something you rarely use to someone whom you know will be able to use it is a great idea!

    Roxy, thanks girl for replying!

    Angel, I believe having that kind of work relationship with your colleague is great !Helping them in times of needs will make their load lighter and you're right, it'll make your colleague feel better and at the same time, you learn something too!

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  22. Marge, awww that is very very very sweet! :) Let us know how your hubby's mom surgery went! I hope it went well! :) Goodkluck

    Geri, aww happy birthday to your friend!

    Annie, California Twister Maki is from where? That sounds delish!!!!

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  23. Sofia, wow, you are a wonderful team player! Great job!!!!

    magz13 , oh my! Let me know how it goes! I hope it'll happen! That is the coolest idea ever! I'd love to be of help when it finally happens!

    dianneregina , I would need someone like you in our building, there are times it irritates me when you are running and the elevator door closes and no one helps you to hold it or press the "OPEN" button!

    Isea, thanks dear :) Appreciate this comment

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  24. today i shared my fruits to my officemates..i know it's not big unlike others..i hope i can win this time..thanks1

    jessa
    jes(.)otero(@)yahoo.com

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  25. Nikki, I just wanted to say... I'm so happy that we're starting to share with others. I have a Giveaway Contest myself (http://yellowyum.blogspot.com/2010/11/birthday-giveaway-contest.html) because I feel like my birthday and Christmas are the best times to be happy. :)

    I'll surely join your contest soon! And post another entry. Hehe! :)

    Char

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  26. I always entertain customers with utmost courtesy. :) I know they deserve it. And I make sure I give them best customer service possible. I think it's a good deed for I get to put a smile on their faces.

    Char
    charleneltan@yahoo.com

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  27. Just yesterday, I showed a foreign student the way to a building on campus.
    I don't know why, but even with several people around, it's usually me who gets asked for help. Sometimes 3 times a day at the same train station! I guess I just have an approachable-looking face?

    (Julia, turtle_fangirl23@yahoo.com)

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  28. Wow! this is the coolest contest ever =)

    Here's my entry:

    I always greet and give ate's and kuya's (guards) in our office whenever I see them and sometimes exchanging jokes and sharing foods with them. =)

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  29. Last time while eating at Jollibee, I ordered burger stake and coke, I don't like coke, but I ordered it anyways. After that I went outside in search for homeless kids. I saw two kids running towards me, I could tell they were very thirsty from the heat, so I gave them my coke, then I gave the other one a bottle of Gatorade I was drinking that time. I was really happy.

    I love this contest. <3

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  30. Hi I just wanna say this is a nice contest, and I love reading your blog especially your reviews. Keep it comin'. You're a nice person.

    I gave away all my unused/new clothes to my cousins who are having financial problems. We're also not rich but they are more unfortunate than us. It made me feel bad that I'm buying these clothes that I don't even use. When I saw their faces I was very happy, it made my day.

    xoxo,
    lhizette
    lhizettecruise@yahoo.com

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  31. i help our yayas by cooking our food, instead of letting them do it. they already have a lot to do, so at least it lightens their load a bit.

    Christine Joi V. Lomocso
    blubuhnny_1231@yahoo.com

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  32. Yesterday I helped 3 random people by attending their experiment :) We're fellow Psychology students, so although I've fulfilled my compulsory experimental hours (tripled it in fact) I understood how hard it was for everyone to get enough participants, so I just went and helped them out a little :)

    electronic[dot]fly[at]gmail[dot]com

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  33. Helped my sis climb up the stairs to her room today, after not setting foot in it for more than 2 months (she got in a car accident and went from bedridded > wheelchair bound > crutches).
    Of course I helped her get back down too lol

    electronic[dot]fly[at]gmail[dot]com

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  34. Hi Nikki! I just came from a house building project in Antipolo. It's an ongoing project of Red Cross for the Ondoy victims. Most of the families have their own houses na pero marami parin ang wala kaya they still need more volunteers. It was really tiring coz I've been a karpintera for a day pero worth it naman kc I was able to help those who are in need.

    Lovelane
    maiyha_chiz@yahoo.com

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  35. My one-year old toddler became a picky eater once he developed his motor skills. He can't seem to stop playing and finishes his food in an hour or more. So today, I prepared his favorite, macaroni soup. Hopefully, he'll chow down his food this time.

    Abby Balasia
    alacerna(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  36. Pierre Angeli A. SuravillaNovember 14, 2010 at 4:50 PM

    Eventhough Im a graduate already, I still help my sister in doing her homework. I always look back and never leave my sister alone. :)

    Pierre Angeli A. Suravilla
    girl_behindpink@yahoo.com

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  37. I am about to order our food when I saw an old woman outside the resto. She looked like she has not eaten for days but nobody paid attention. Instead of giving her money, I ordered a meal for her and gave it on my way out. You should see how she smiled and her teary eyes . It almost broke my heart.

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  38. i gave my seat at the mrt to a very pregnant woman. :)

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  39. i got a text message from a friend this morning thanking me for giving her a pep talk last night. she has been having some relationship problems and was seriously thinking of giving up. she said our talk last night helped her put things in perspective. :)

    ilaybalilay[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  40. i was able to help a friend get a job she wanted. i'm just happy i was able to help because she deserved it. :)

    ilaybalilay[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  41. i sat across a woman in the jeepney i rode home and heard her ask the driver to drop her off at (our village's name). the driver wasn't familiar with the name of our village so i told the woman i can accompany her to her destination since i was going the same way anyway. no big deal but i was happy to be of help. :)

    ilaybalilay[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  42. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    I went to Divisoria yesterday...
    While on MRT...I gave my seat to an old woman...
    hehehe..girl scout.

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  43. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    hahaha...still at Divisoria..
    I saw an old man selling on the side street pero nobody was buying from him...
    so I bought P50 worth of candies...hehehe..
    will just give it to my officemates as pasalubong today...
    Happy Monday!

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  44. love this contest!! thanks in advance and to all ladies! goodluck:)

    for my good deed, I gave my sister something she could take back to qatar :), she was the one to give at all times, in return i told her it is on me this time...she almost cried... ;)

    annmaryp@gmail.com
    Mary Ann

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  45. I usually just go past my neighbors when I walk down the street. But today, I helped my 60+ year old neighbor unload her groceries from the tricycle. It felt great!

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  46. I gave my seat up for an elderly woman at the bus today :)

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  47. I cooked samgyupsal for my cousins, first time they ate this korean food, I taught them how to eat and they all love it!
    Emby
    zashiq5(at)gmail(dot)com

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  48. i just gave my mom a foot massage. she badly needed it after a long day at work. :)

    ilaybalilay[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  49. i'm a hands-on mom so even though i go to work everyday, i still haven't gotten used to leaving my kid at home every time she doesn't have classes. today wasn't any different so before going home, i bought here absolute favorite - yakult. i just love seeing my little girl smile. it relieves the stress from my body.

    ilaybalilay[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  50. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    more of Divisoria..hehe..
    When buying from peddlers...especially old people and children...I do not haggle...make them earn more naman kc even if they triple the price...the price would still be cheap.

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  51. here’s my little good deed:

    it all started with a good dream, to be able to do some “food feeding” for children (on my b-day)around our place, and just last year ’09 it became a reality.

    This 2010, I thought I will not be able to do it again due to some financial constraints (work load had been so low that I am not able to cope up with some bills :( but then God is really the best, he had given me a new work, and as a thanksgiving I pursued my food feeding ’10, even with just a limited amount of funds to have, still I was able to bring good foods and priceless smiles to the children :). Even if it was not celebrated at my bday which was in August but still I had it done last November 5 :)

    Theodemae Maliza

    theodemae_maliza (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  52. HI Nikker,

    I know i dont do much good deeds lately,but I think,I have one in my mind. If you know me too well,you know that I hate walking. To give support to my friends, I walked for more than 2 hours, no complains hehehe. I luv my friends and a little sacrifice on my part is nothing compared to the happiness I can share and to see smile on their face:))

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  53. I tutor my siblings even though I'm dead tired and needed sleep.. badly! Me, being the eldest, I always make it a habit to ask my younger siblings how they were doing in school, how was their day, etc.

    God bless Nikki.

    Abigail Caponpon
    abigailc22@yahoo.com

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  54. I shared my baon for lunch with my officemates =)

    Bachuchay
    huggie0109@yahoo.com

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  55. I think our maid deserves a little break so instead of her cooking the dinner I offered that I'll cook instead and wash the dishes as well (very seldom that I get to let her rest on these chores)

    Bachuchay
    huggie0109@yahoo.com

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  56. Norissa M. Chavez
    NMChavez@bayan.com.ph

    Today, I felt like our housemaid was very tired from a day's work so I gave her a makeover and she really liked it!

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  57. While riding a jeep, I saw a young man standing beside the jeep about to rip out the earrings from a lola sitting in the opposite row. I shouted, "Lola!" and so the lola immediately sat at the floor of the jeep, so she would be out of the young man's reach.

    Although the young man seemed pissed at me, it really felt good helping that lola.:)

    Jennifer Bawalan
    jennpot@gmail.com

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  58. Hi ms. nikki.

    I bought my mother tickets for the pacquiao- margarito fight. She doesn't want to watch the delayed telecast because of the commercials.. =)

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  59. Hi Nikki! I brought a load of candy to my org mates when I went to visit them. I was asked to be an adult supervisor for their party an I had to sign some forms (yes, graduate na ako! adult supervisor na, alumni na kasi! >.<)

    Denise Go
    inevitableoblivion@gmail.com

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  60. Today I decided to forward sweet & inspiring text messages to my friends & family and at the end of the text message .. I told them how much they mean to me as a sister & a friend

    Bachuchay
    huggie0109@yahoo.com

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  61. Name: Abigail Y. Caponpon
    Email: abigailc22@yahoo.com

    I just bought a new dress that I have been eyeing for quite some time.
    When I went back home, I specified to our housemaid to take care of my new dress.
    After a few days, I found my dress stained with Zonrox! It had white spots all over it!
    I freaked out, then tried to calm myself.
    I asked our housemaid for an explanation and instead of being mean and angry to her, I just said "Sa susunod, pakiingatan na lang po ha" =)

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  62. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    Yesterday I gave my payment although the seller forgot all about it na...hehe..

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  63. Great contest!
    I know that it's just a small deed of kindness, but I always say thank you to the servers in restaurants, even though it is part of their jobs.

    Cymbelly Marzan
    christienne.raikielle@gmail.com

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  64. I'm collecting some clothes that I don't wear anymore so that I can donate them to the homeless people =)

    Lisa
    xmaterialgirlsx@hotmail.com

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  65. OMG.. this is the first time I'll ever leave a comment on your blog. I'm so excited. :P

    I've already planned on deciding to study make up artistry by January next year. It's only now that I have the budget to pursue it. But then this morning, my friend (since college) texted me and asked if I can accompany her to Bangkok early next year. Going there with her means, I will have to cancel my plans of studying on January. Going to Bangkok is not a priority for me right now, butI opted to accompany her because she's like a sister to me and I know how much she loves traveling. Accompanying her will definitely make her happy (her siblings are all abroad and she's left in P.I.) :)

    btw, just in case you need an apprentice.. please take me in. hahaha!

    cleo hidalgo
    alteregoprojector@gmail.com

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  66. Today, I went out and bought some supplies for my grandmother so she doesn't have to go out and carry so much stuff. She ned two bottles of bleach! It was soo heavy >_<

    Lisa
    xmaterialgirlsx@hotmail.com

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  67. Today, I shared some chocolate with my younger brother =)

    Lisa
    xmaterialgirlsx@hotmail.com

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  68. Today, I presented myself to accompany my siblings to a parlor in our place =)

    They had so much fun because they seldom change their looks.

    God bless Nikki!

    Abigail Caponpon
    abigailc22@yahoo.com

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  69. I recycled today. LOL

    Lisa
    xmaterialgirlsx@hotmail.com

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  70. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    I gave my friend an ultra mega nice gift..hihihi...She was so happy!

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  71. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    I talked to my ex boyfriend yesterday...I know this is mababaw...pero he was so happy...hihihi...so that counts!

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  72. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    wow! 3rd entry! (cross fingers!)
    I let our maid have her nth day off in a week...so she can be with her boyfriend!

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  73. Norissa M. Chavez
    NMChavez@bayan.com.ph

    Today, I have been sorting clothes that I don't wear anymore to give it to the needy. :)

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  74. Love your idea!!

    Yesterday in the gym, I let my mom use shower #1 while I took #2, the one that doesn't work properly AT ALL! She didn't even notice (I didn't make a scene of it) but I guess she's done the same all of my life, right?? :)

    My email is svlara(at)gmail(dot)com

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  75. Also, last month I sorted out my bathroom cabinet and found some new face creams that I had not used. I gave them to the woman than cleans my house and she left me the sweetest note EVER. It's now hanging in my cork board, because it makes me feel great when I read it. :)

    My email is svlara(at)gmail(dot)com

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  76. I call my mom everyday. I really enjoy chatting with her since I don't see her very often due to her job.

    Lisa
    xmaterialgirlsx@hotmail.com

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  77. Shanna De Guzman
    ghettogurls@gmail.com

    I was freshing up at the rest room of a mall after a fun filled day with a friend. I had bubbles and some funky shades for kids in my bag because we used it as our props for the day. I was thinking of bringing it home for my daughter but while I was at the restroom, I was chatting with the cleaning lady and she kind of mention that she has a kid at home. I thought, my daughter has plenty of toys and I think her kid will appreciate the bubbles and the funky shades more. So before I left the restroom, I told her that I will giver her the bubbles and the shades so she has something to take home for her kid. She was thankful but I was happy.

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  78. I did volunteer work at my local library today!

    Lisa
    xmaterialgirlsx@hotmail.com

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  79. I work at subway here in Canada. Every single day, I wish that my papers would be okay so I can look for a better job. Until last night....
    Here at the store, we have an old lady who comes everyday for a sandwich. I already memorized her sandwich and just give it to her everyday without asking what she wants for the day. Hand the sandwich to her and tell her to take care and enjoy her day. That happens everyday since she ordered her first sandwich. She always just smile and say thank you. Last night she phoned us at the store and asked for me..she thanked me for making her sandwich everyday and for making her feel loved. She said she never wants to go out since last year because she's old already and there's nothing that makes her go out of her house. And nobody wants to talk to old lady, she said. But then since she met me at the store, according to her, I gave her the reason to go out and enjoy the rest of her days here on earth..i couldn't say a word to her at first. then i go" Doreen, you're a wonderful person and you deserve to be happy." she again said thank you and wished me good night.. I felt so wonderful. Just making her happy like that made me even love my job more.

    Nikks, I am not hoping to win this contest. I just want to share my story. From now on, just like you always say at the end of your blog, I don't forget to smile:)

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  80. I work at subway here in Canada. The first day I worked here, I wished that my papers would be okay so I can look for a better job. Until last night.
    Here, we have an old lady who comes everyday for a sandwich. I already memorized her sandwich and just give it to her everyday without asking what does she want for the day. she always just smile and say thank you. Last night she phoned us at the store and asked for me..she thanked me for making her sandwich everyday and for making her feel loved. She said she never wants to go out since last year because she's old already and there's nothing that makes her go out of her house. And nobody wants to talk to old lady, she said. But then since she met me at the store, according to her, I gave her the reason to go out and enjoy the rest of her days here on earth..i couldn't say a word to her at first. then i go" Doreen, you're a wonderful person and you deserve to be happy." she again said thank you and wished me good night.. I felt so wonderful. Just making her happy like that made me even love my job more.

    Nikks, I am not hoping to win this contest. I just want to share my story. Just like you always say at the end of your blog, I don't forget to smile now:)

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  81. Today was freezing where I live and my cousin has to deliver the paper route. I decided to help out despite the bitter cold air so that we can all finish quickly and get home to warm up ^^

    ~Lisa
    xmaterialgirlsx@hotmail.com

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  82. chacha, amrie.choleng@gmail.com


    while daddy's on vacation here in the philippines for a cople of weeks, i cook and eat breakfast with hm :)

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  83. chacha, amrie.choleng@gmail.com



    i study my lessons often, which i dont usually do, because i really want to graduate on april 2012. so daddy will go back home. agin :)

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  84. chacha, amrie.choleng@gmail.com


    lastly, i've decided to start on tuesday (no classes on monday) to reconcile with people i had conflict with and smile to people i know everytime i see them :)

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  85. Abigail Caponpon
    abigailc22@yahoo.com

    This morning, I prepared my siblings their breakfast! And I dined out with them too.

    God bless!

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  86. I did house cleaning today!! I don't usually do it, my grandma does it most of the time but today, I decided that I will do it ^^

    ~Lisa
    xmaterialgirlsx.blogspot.com

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  87. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    While waiting in line...I helped a woman take care of her toddlers na super naughty! hehe...

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  88. leilani sonza
    leinette@yahoo.com

    I went to Malaysia last week...while eating, I noticed that most foreigners didn't leave tips for the BAngladesh waiters...
    So my boyfriend and I left them a huge tip for being attentive to our needs...

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  89. i have limited my presence in the virtual world (until last weekend) so i could give more time to the people around me in the real world.

    salmoncat (my online pseudonm)
    salmoncat2010@yahoo.com

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  90. after key-ing angsty, angry comments (on the bus strike, tourism logo, etc.), i would stop myself from pressing the send button on my cellphone to refrain from sending out negative vibes to the radio listening public.

    salmoncat (online pseudonym)
    salmoncat2010@yahoo.com

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