(urgent, pls. read)
Hi everyone Family, super friends, friends, acquaintances,
With facebook’s help, everyone connected to me via social media was notified of my 27 birthday and I am grateful for the greetings, affirmations, and words of blessings. but I would like to take this opportunity to share with you something more important and close to my heart.
The lovely lady in the photograph below is my Aunt Eiren Dela Cruz(pronounced “Irene”) she’s 38, devoted wife to my Uncle Chito, a tricycle driver, and loving mother to Keziah, a brilliant 4th grader and Aisha Jael, who just turned 4 this month. Auntie Eiren was diagnosed with breast cancer a couple years back and by God’s grace our family has been able to provide for her initial treatment.
This year, our family is facing another challenge after the doctors discovered another malignant lump in her remaining breast that, now, has to be removed. Meaning, another painstaking challenge for her and our family.
She is due for a mammectomy (removal of the breast and other affected tissue) tomorrow. (october 1, 2013) and we still have yet to raise the much needed 250,000 for her 6 consecutive chemotherapy treatment after the operation.
We’re praying for a miracle of provision. In my prayer, God impressed on my heart, “the miracle of feeding the 5000”, where the little boy gave all he had, 2 fish and 5 loaves, gave it to Jesus, who in turn, with the little boy’s gift, was able to feed the 5000.
Raising a QUARTER MILLION pesos in less than a month’s time will take a miracle. but I believe He still works miracles today. through those who are filled with love.
WE ARE THE MIRACLE!
That if I, my family, and friends share what we can, our 2 fish and five loaves, we can be a channel of blessing. a hundred little streams of blessings gathering together to become a raging river.
Tonight, for my 27th birthday gift, I pray for a miracle. i pray that whoever reads this, whom ever God chooses to touch, would join me in this movement of raising funds for my aunt’s cancer treatment.
all we need is 100, love-filled, people who are willing to pledge Php 2,500 (2 fish and 5 loaves) OR 500 pledgers of Php 500.
Join us in prayer and in ACTION and be part of our family’s miracle.
I have faith that my prayer will not go unanswered. I pray this post will not just be “LIKED”, will not return void and will be shared.
IF God has touched you to be part of our miracle, you may send in your share/donations via Cebuana Lhuillier:
under the name: DANIEL R. DELA CRUZ
cell no: 0917-361**** (pls. pm for contact #) for further information & coordination
For transparency/stewardship purposes,
I will post the “2 fish and 5 loaves” gathering updates on facebook (donors who choose to remain anonymous will be listed publicly as “anonymous”)
thank you for your time and may God bless you and keep you.
You are a miracle.
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the mother of all road trips (so far)
will. be driving 505 kms over the weekend. :)
pa & ma, 2008
Quezon City people, we need your help, please share this : (
Nike was last seen on January 13 2013 in Tandang Sora.
He is a male brown beagle that likes everyone & slobbers a lot.
damn gas prices.
unlike in the middle-east, where gasoline is cheaper than drinking water.
I guess we’re just not as oily as they are.
photo by: jasveloso
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the best halo-halo I’ve ever had… I miss this. Its been 2 years since i last had you melt on my tongue. :p
Aling Fopings halo-halo, Matina Town center, Davao.
After 11 days of torrential rain. sunshine… loading..
SHARED by Dexter Chatto
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our architect’s oath-taking at Manila Hotel.
Thanks, Mom and Dad!
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TopGear Philippine’s July “MAcho” issue lives up to its name. Grab a testosterone filled copy at your nearest news stand. *voice-over voice*
I went to visit my grandma in Tarlac, on my way back from a work trip last tuesday. On my way back, i asked our driver if he knew a good place for some merienda. He brought us to Nathaniel’s in San fernando,Pampanga.
-Ordered their Siopao-asado (the delicious love-child of chinese and spanish cuisine), their Special Halo-Halo (roughly translated: “mix-mix”, shaved ice and sweet goodies) and d their buko pandan juice to wash it all down.
I was surprised that every bite, slurp, and sip was amazing! No wonder they close shop early. The siopao’s rice-bread was soft and moist and the asado was really good it gave my taste buds a hard-on. The Halo-halo’s ice was shaved to an almost snowy consistency and they separated the milk so you, could pour it in according to your liking, sideways, slowly or straight and rough. haha The buko pandan juice experience was new for me because I’m used to the chewing that comes with the idea of buko-pandan desserts. Drinking it ice-cold was virgin territory for my tongue.
All in all a great experience. Its a good thing they have a branch at the much closer- Timog.
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