Monday, April 27, 2009
Sunday, April 26, 2009
PICTURES - We have tons of pictures together in a nice album but the thing is, I have heard from the previous interviewees that the Pre-screener's and the Consulate's windows are small, so what I did was I pasted mine in bond papers and I wrote caption in each picture plus I also put pics in a small album (the ones that is free from the photo service whenever you'll print pics from them). This is how it looks like.
CHAT CONVERSATIONS - Hubby and I have been chatting since 2005 and so we have LOTS of chat logs.What I did was I only printed 2 chat logs per month since i can not print all those tons of conversation hehe.Our conversation per day ranges from 20 up to 27 pages (if you'll transfer the chat logs in MS WORD).Since i am saving ink and paper, what i did is i smaller the font and put 2 columns :D I also did screenshots of our conversations per month (in case they want to see if we chat daily).
EMAILS - We seldom email each other since we chat everyday so I only printed out whatever we have hehe.
SNAIL MAILS - Like emails, we seldom send snail mails to each other. I only send him cards if there is a special occasion (anniversaries, birthdays and such).
PHONE CONVERSATIONS - I use PLDT Phone cards since it is the cheapest way i know on how to call my hubby in the US and on the other hand, he is using AT&T in calling me. He kept all his monthly phone bills as we know that it can testify to the Consulate that he calls me everyday (it appears to his monthly bill on how many times and how long he called me on my cellphone).
MONEY TRANSFER - He used Western Union in sending me money for my monthly allowance. Yes, it is expensive but fast and reliable. We don't have any complains to their service except for the high service fee hehe.
TAX TRANSCRIPTS - He requested 2006 and 2007 Tax transcripts from IRS (1-800-829-1040). He got it 11 days after he phoned them and he didn't pay any single cent for it.
W2 - He got it from his employer.
SALARY PAY STUB - He sent me his last 3 pay stubs :)
AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT - He fill out the form I-134 and notarized it from his bank and it was free of charge :)
My advice is NOT to fastener or use sliding folder in compiling your docus as you'll have a hard time taking them off once the pre-screener and the consulate asked for the papers one-by-one.
Friday, April 17, 2009
* 66 New Born Pampers Swaddlers Diapers
* 2 pcs. feeding bottles (250 ml. each)
* 3 pcs cute squeaky fish toys
* 3 pcs. cute squeaky whale toys
This Charming 3 tier cake stands approximately 15" high and 10" in diameter.It is constucted by 2 feeding bottles for support and the cake is nicely wrappedwith lace and ribbons and decorated with colorful stars.
It is securely wrapped with shink wrap and tied with nice ribbon. It will be put in a sturdy box surrounded by bubble wrap for protection on delivery.
Payment should be made within 2-3 days of purchasing. FREE shipping for US residents (except for customers from Hawaii and Alaska). I accept PAYPAL or Check payment.
Orders will be shipped a day after the payment is cleared. Please allow 5-7 business days for shipping. Orders will be shipped via USPS. Please let me know if you need it faster so we can arrange the shipment.
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Thursday, April 16, 2009
Saturday, April 11, 2009
This is Pansy White with Blotch.
Thursday, April 9, 2009
I was actually afraid to pull the plants off from their plastic container to transplant them in the pot. I am afraid that I might pull the plant so hard to the point that its root will die so what I did was I gently pull them off and I was happy that the roots are still intact ( i really hope so lol!).
I transplanted all those flowers in a squared pot using my hands (yeah! i got dirty lol!). Of all the dirty jobs, this is the one I like that is why I didn't use garden gloves hehe. I transplanted them according to its height and color. I put the tallest flower which is the Snap Dragon (which will grow 10-12 inches high according to them) at the back together with Viola and Dianthus. Then I put the Pansies infront of the tall ones (which will grow 6-8 inches high).A friend of my dad-in-law gave him some Marigold seeds, actually they are dried Marigold flowers. She loves planting plants and flowers so she taught us how to plant the Marigold. Here is the pic of dried Marigold flowers in a cup.
According to her, all we need to do is to dig at least an inch or two and crumble the dried flowers in the pot then put soil on it. We have this water fountain in the house that we aren't using anymore, so, my dad-in-law just decided to just put soil in it and make it as our pot for Marigolds. Here is the pic of before and after we put the Marigold seeds.
Soon I'll plant tomatoes and corn and some other fruits. Like I said, I am just a beginner in planting so I really hope that these flowers will grow and I hoope that I have a green thumb :D
Sunday, April 5, 2009
Thursday, April 2, 2009
NOTE: Sinangag means fried rice and itlog means fried egg.