- Management of R&D
- Technology Acquisition and Assimilation
- Technology-Based Entrepreneurship
- Strategic Technology Planning
- Total Quality Management
- Technology and Competitive Strategy
- Science and Technology (S&T) Policy
- Management of High-Tech Programs and Projects
Secondly, I am faced with a family problem that needs urgent action. Urgent means now, urgent means tonight! Wish me luck friends. Lord, please grant me the courage to face this predicament. Thanks to my husband for being always at my side, teaching and guiding me the best thing to do in these difficult times.
The delayed house renovation also adds stress. I am hoping that it’ll be completed within this week so that the little lady and I can transfer to the new and wider bedroom. I might go back to Divisoria this coming weekend to shop for some home items such as bed sheets, laundry paraphelia, etc.
Oh by the way, a fellow blogger invited me in the Nestle` Fitnesse 14-day Diet Challenge as a member of her team. The weigh-in is scheduled on November 14. I hope that participating in the challenge will ease my worries and at the same time lose some weight 🙂
At 7:15am, I started traveling to UP-Diliman because our group agreed to meet at 8am. I arrived there at 8:30. After an hour of discussion and instruction from our professor, our group presented our case analysis. I left the class at 11:30am and I started a long journey to Angono, Rizal.
I’m quite sad ‘coz I wasn’t able to witness my brother-in-law’s Silver Wedding ceremonies, and of course, failed to watch my baby girl walk down the aisle as flower girl. Mama and Papa were absent during her shining moments as she wowed the crowd at the reception. She sung her own version of “You Changed My Life”, danced “Nobody”, and greeted her Tito Jojo and Tita Joy on our behalf.
I can’t wait to watch the video and post her photos here on my blog…
My little one started school already. Though she’s only in Nursery class, still there are things fixed prior to school opening last June – uniforms, bag, school supplies, among others. I’m also one my second year in graduate school which means more responsibilities and requirements to comply with. I’m a hands-on mom has also a regular day job that equally demands most of my time. On top of that, I remain active in fulfilling my duties as choir member in our church.
On a lighter note, I am also busy with updating my Plurk and Facebook (lol). Well, to those who are not really familiar, they’re just two of the most in demand social networking sites today.
These are all the reasons why I had lessened my blogging addiction for a while…
And now that I’m back, I promise to be more active in blogosphere again. (Any sweet note to welcome me back, haha)
And what does the title of this post implies? Yeah, you’re right! My daughter Thea is part of the entourage – as one of the flower girls. I already texted her measurement for the gown to my SIL. We all wish that she would not get cranky, sleepy or whateever during the wedding. Well, I don’t think so. She’s so excited on being a flower girl for the very first time teehee. In fact, she’s practicing how to walk almost everyday since the day we told her that she’s part of the entourage.
I will be celebrating my birthday on the 24th of this month. I’ll just prepare something for the folks at home and might take Thea to the mall, and that’s it… another year older…I wish for good health for my family and loved ones, and hope to survive the graduate school challenges all the way to earning Master in Technology Management (MTM) degree 😀
By the way, the UP Technology Management Center (TMC) is presently accepting applications to its Master of Technology Management (MTM) program for the coming schoolyear (2009-2010). The deadline for submitting all application requirements is on March 5, 2009. The entrance examination will be held on March 8, 2009. Visit http://www.tmc.upd.edu.ph/ for more information.
I regret that I did not make it on a coffee date with fellow bloggers last weekend. I hope I could join them next time…
Home improvement underway… The construction works have also caused additional pressure. I am just looking forward it’ll be completed by end of this month, if Mr. Wallet will still allow us hehe.
So much for ranting here… Bye-bye, have a fruitful week to you all…
After attending a 3-hour meeting this morning, I decided to go to the nearest Western Union branch to claim Hubby’s remittance. heavy rains poured while our meeting was still on-going. However, I don’t have any idea that the street fronting our building is flooded already. I have no choice but to cross the street, good thing I used my old pair of shoes. The teller even wondered how I managed to traverse the flooded lane. I just said I really have to transact with them during lunch break because I have a class later.
When I went up to the office, I washed my feet to get rid of germs/bacteria that may cause illness such lyptospirosis. Then, I ate lunch which I bought at the Tiangge sa City Hall.
While discussing our group case study with my classmate thru YM, I told her that I may not attend the class due to the bad weather. Few hours later, I received an SMS from TMC staff saying “No class today, Wed. TM 241 due to heavy rains” . Yehey!, it seems that my request was granted and so I will not be marked absent by our professor. (lolz)
Okay, friends in the blogosphere, I have to say bye for now. I still have to buy some stuffs for Hubby. I will send a package to him through his colleague who will leave on Friday.