Monday, July 28, 2014

Destructive Can Be Constructive When it Comes to Security

The internet is definitely one of the most amazing things ever created. With just the use of your fingertips, you can view the world through the world wide web right in the comfort of your own home and even connect with people from all around the globe right at your throne. No hassle and no gas wasted and it saves you time and money.

But as amazing as it is, there is always that little problem that emerges from it from time to time. I think that is a given knowing that nothing is perfect after all. But also, as we know, there is always a solution to any problem.

Being online has an issue of not being 100% secure. With all the hackers trying to steal information for their own benefits, even big corporations who you would have thought have great website security have suffered. Sometimes I actually wonder how I get all these spam emails, a huge amount of them. Also sometimes, they actually have my name on it. Pretty scary, really!

Good thing that there are people whose goal is about secrecy and protecting our online security. One good example is Forgetnic. One of the services that they offer is auto destructing electronic messages where the point is to protect your secrecy and security when it comes to your email. And that is only one among the great offers they've got. You might as well check them out today to learn more.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Summertime is Badminton Time

It was almost a month ago today when we were invited to my great niece's 12th birthday party. She is one of my BIL's granddaughters and just like the previous birthday parties that she had, it was held at my BIL's house. It was just a small party with the family members and some of her friends, but it was a fun-filled one.

We started off by filling our tummies with delicious foods that my SIL prepared. Then the celebrant opened her gifts and blew the candle on her cake and after that, super fun time for the kids begun. They played with water guns and water balloons and obviously, the result was a bunch of soaking wet kiddos. Kids certainly love playing with water, do they?

They also made their own sundaes. Some of the adults like myself joined the fun in that one because I have to tell you, ice cream is definitely one of my favorite desserts.

Afterwards, they played badminton in the backyard which you can see in the photo and also basketball in the front yard which I wasn't able to take a snap shot. It was a good thing that her birthday falls in the summer because they surely had a great time outside with all the games that they could think of playing.


I enjoyed myself watching them play and taking photos as well, like what I always do. Me and my snap shots. ;)

How are you enjoying your summer so far? Hope you are enjoying it to the fullest.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Deep at Heart, He's a Rocker

I don't know what came up with my hubby today. As soon as he arrived home, he went straight to our entertainment center, turned the CD player on and put the volume so high I could hear the music so loud and clear even though I was in the bedroom.

And then I listened and realized that the CD he was playing was one that he recorded. It is a compilation of his favorite rock songs and the one that he brought with him when he came to the Philippines to visit me for the first time. That made both of us nostalgic right there. Aww!

The house is surely rocking away right now, but I surely love listening to those different musical instruments playing. The sound of the electric guitar makes me want to grind and makes me want to get one (where else but at musician's friend the world's largest online music gear company) for the husband and let him play it for me. He knows how to play the guitar although it would take him some practice to play like that in the song.

Oh well, that's only a dream for now, I guess, but you never know. I will let you know once he knows how to rock that song already.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction

As I've said previously, we always make the most of a three-day weekend.

After spending time with my brother-in-law and his family on the 4th of July and watching the awesome fireworks display that night plus a concert before that, we went to see a movie the day after, on Saturday.

My son and I had been waiting for the movie, Transformers: Age of Extinction. We definitely love Transformers! My husband is not much of a fan, but he is not a killjoy when it comes to watching the films that we want to see. He joined us not to mention, he paid for the tickets too. LOL So, ain't he awesome?


As expected, it was a super duper entertaining film. We just watched it and yet, I am already excited for the next one. Also, I can't wait to see it again on TV because my son and I can't really get enough of those robots. We've seen the first three films over and over again and I think we'll never get tired of doing it. What can I say? We certainly love those robots! Don't you?

That's my handsome son right there posing in front of the movie's poster at the theater. What a great movie date that was with my boys!