ince I lost my new mobile phone, I have to use my old one. Through SMS, I am connected again with my friends with my new SIM card. That means new mobile number again. I haven’t gathered all my friends’ numbers yet. And I am trying to get them all as soon as possible. That’s my mission impossible for now. How I wish I backed them up before I lost it. But I am not to blame. I never thought I would lose it, anyway.
Good news. I am very happy that my brother, Arcie and my sister, Ariane made it too. Last April, I help them construct a scholarship application to Red Tab Foundation. It’s a scholarship program somewhat similar to the one I had way back when I was on college. Their application was submitted via mail to California. I just tied up their application with few edits on grammar and made use of simple phrases. And just yesterday, after months of waiting, I am very pleased to know that they have been selected to receive a Red Tab Scholars award. A check payable in U.S. dollars will be mailed to them for their respective schools. Now, they can use the amount for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and required equipment. The award is renewable provided that they will maintain satisfactory academic performance in a full-time undergraduate program.
This scholarship is a big help for our family especially now that the price of fuel and everything else is soaring. On behalf of my brother and sister, I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to Red Tab Scholars, Scholarship Management Services. And of course, I would like to thank God for the blessings. Thank You.
With Feedjit, I can see live traffic on my blog. Most of the time, I see someone searching for their assignment or research studies (maybe) with search engines and end up to my site. I am happy that somehow my site had been their resources. But sometimes, I find my self laughing with the keywords they’ve searched which is not related to my articles.
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I never thought someone would also look over for my name in the internet. Surprisingly, someone just entered my complete name in yahoo search. This is not just the first time, but the third time someone did it. And it appeared to be the same browser, OS and place. I made this post because I am curious about *you. I may know you. You may reply to this post.
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