Hello Kitty memory


During my college days, this is my favorite bag… Cause aside from it’s Hello Kitty, I can also stuck in some stuffs.;)


RandomVenus: Best of the 90’s the Top 10

You all know I’m a fan of oldies goodies, right? So here are my top 10 best of the 90’s tracks.  Get ready to be amazed by the wonders of the old days! 😀


10. Tears in Heaven – Eric Clapton  – It was said that he wrote this for his kid who died in an accident.  Read More….

9. Black or White – Micheal Jackson – Released in 1991 and sold 13 millon copies worldwide! Read more…

8. As long as you love me – Backstreet Boys – Who said I never had a crush on them? My favorite was Nick Carter! 😉 Read more…

7. No Scrubs – TLC – One of my favorite Karaoke songs! 😉 Read more…

6. A kiss from a rose -Seal – I don’t watch the Batman series… which might surprise you a lil! But it was dad who  introduced this to me. Read more…

5. Killing me softly with his song -The Fugees

4. Livin’ La Vida Loca -Ricky Martin

3. A vision of love – Mariah Carey

2. Believe – Cher

1. Baby one more time – Britney Spears

Play ’em all in Youtube!

11th ToyCon Experience

Day 1: Unofficial

I was scheduled for my RJP (Real Job Preview) in Eastwood on that day. So since there was an entrance fee which is unfortunately valid within the day, I decided to just stay outside the venue and sneak  to what’s happening inside. It looked so interesting to me to see toys and collectible items on trade.  If only I wasn’t scheduled for anything, I could have enjoyed the day with the toy lovers – [sigh]….

Day2: Offline

………………………… got sick =( ……………………………….

Day3: Yeyh! (Warning: Incomplete entry! 😉 )

It’s sunday, and since it’s a declared official last day of my longest vacation ever, I decided to enjoy my day and went to the event.

I got so thrilled when I saw the crowd!  It’s Family day and a lot of people were present….  Parents with their Cosplayers kids and group of Cosplayers, and lots’a people…

I was smiling while roaming around. “Toy haven!”– as I let a huge-deep sigh.  The kids at home (which are my nephew, bro and cousins) crossed my mind.. I was like: “I wonder if they’re with me… I swear they’d drop their jaws on the floor! 😀

Toys on trade

On the other side of the hall, there was a game going on. Apparently, it was all about toys and their history, and stuffs like that.  I was about  to turn away when they announced that Kamikazee (My favorite local rock band) will be performing.


While waiting for the main event (cosplay contest) and for my fave band, I headed to their gallery where a toy exhibition was happening. And guess what? I fell head over heels and swore when I saw Thor’s life-size figurine. It was my first time seeing them… life size Avenger figurines, and robots and more!  I swear I was having a head bang while inside the exhibit.. Barbies, Anime and my kiddo years fantasies!

Unfortunate for me, that I have a very short patience! My feet gets easily tired. So after Kamikazee’s performance, I went home.  Sorry for the incomplete entry, but I swear I’d do all my best on the July events, which pretty excites me the most: The JPop Fest on the 7th and the Oh No! Manga Cosplay Camp on the 29th. 🙂


And ohh… you’re asking for my toycon gooodies? [sigh] Thousands of toys played in my eyes, and I just had a hard time selecting one… so I ended up with NOTHING. 🙂

In the process of learning the Jap Culture… Kath. 😉


My favorite Snapshots:

Papa: My All-time-favorite Rock Star!

I remember when my sister and I were still kids, we sing to Micheal Learns To Rock’s That’s Why (You Go Away). We’d pretend the table is our stage, combs our microphones, Mama and Papa our audience. Those are the days I want to replay to infinity in my head.

I am proud that I have a family who are musically enclined. Mom even shared how she fell in love to Papa. She said, he just strum his guitar and sang to David Soul’s Don’t give up on us. Cheesy- but yes, they were bound by music. I’m always proud as well that I grew up to the oldies music (mostly ranges from the 70’s-90’s). And it is my father who introduced me to Rock music: Scorpions, Aerosmith, Bee Gees, Air Supply, Micheal Learns to rock and more Hollywood rock bands.

And in celebration to Father’s Day, here are my top favorite American rock bands and their hit songs introduced to me by Papa. And I’m always thankful to him for sharing to us – more specially to me his passion to music. You Rock! I love you!


Aerosmith (Tyler is still hot, isn’t he? 😀)

Scorpions (This is like my super favorite above all… Every time I sing this in Karaoke, I amaze my friends! 🙂 )

Air Supply (I always dream that someday,someone will sing this to me [sigh] 😉 )

Bee Gees (I’m so love-at-first-heard to this song… [giggles])

Michael Learns To Rock (Papa loves to sing this in Karakaoke’s and every time he does, it feels like he sings it for his kids… suweeet!)

Check out my youtube channel for more dose of music. 😉


Happy Father’s Day to all Daddies all over the world!