June 14, 2009

Prettiest Girls in the World

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  • Aren't they just the prettiest? I know am good with kids, especially with girls. Am beaming with pride when they fall in love with me or just talk to me or ask me these weird questions, and i love them too, especially random kids i do not know personally. Like these pretty girls here. When we were at Vigan and doing the tour, they approached us and asked for money. So i call that a modeling fee. Why? We do not speak the same language but innately girls do understand each other well especially when i asked them if it's okay for us to take their pictures. Wow they giggled and their eyes just lit up, they sat next to me right away and waved their Korean peace sign that says, "we're ready". They are so cute. Ohhh, i know ill never see them again. My heart bleeds for girls like them. I really wish them good life, and be blessed with all the material things they need to live a dignified life. I prayed for wisdom, love and peace and happiness that any form of harm won't touch them nor trouble them. I mean, they're happy little girls, i just hope that spirit will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
  • Seeing these girls remind me of my "perfect" childhood. My family gave me priceless childhood. I was a mischievous little girl they said, fell on a river twice, first for throwing myself together with the stones am throwing, second.....i do not remember clearly, maybe i just like to thrown myself that's all. Thank goodness my cousins were always there to ask for help or to just shout. And one too many times, i killed my dad's chicks by overfeeding them, chased down by the neighbors stray angry dogs, goats and peacocks, dangled on a tree branch for hours and waited for my dad to come rescue me, wrestled on a mud pool with our carabao and cried after i cant find my flip flops, sewed my own hands on my aunt's machine, gave myself my own haircut that unleashed the craziness on my mom, scared the beejesus out of everyone by singing on top of my most operatic voice every time i walk down the stairs, hid on the back of the door that made my whole clan panic, thinking i was kidnapped - well they found me hours after from the trace of my pee flowing from the back of the door and sooooooo many more. Oh those were the days i can never put a price tag on.
  • Well, that's me. I do not do those things anymore but i still dangle from a tree from time to time.
Have a great Sunday everyone! I hope to refresh the memories of your childhood with my silly blog. Smile!

32 comments:

Baśka said...

so you must be so wonderful person :) i'd love to meet you :) take care!

brooke said...

aw, they are so gorgeous! thankyou so so much for the lovely comment, it really made me smile.

these are all beautiful pictures, their smiles are great.

xx brooke

Suzanne said...

how cute!

proudly says, said...

denise, these pictures are so precious!
i love their innocent look and real smiles within them.
materially, they don't have everything in life but they are the happiest children ever.
i wish them good life.

you're childhood memories are so cute.
yay! i was a stubborn child.

p.s. i believe summer has just started but oh boy, it's still chilly.oh yeah, mr. freddy's growing up so fast. woohhh! he's as heavy as a sack of rice. lol! thank u for complimenting my skin. those are original photos. i didn't doctor them in photoshop. but i'm planning to buy one.

Petitbobun said...

Wouah these pictures are so great ! And the kids are cute !
I'm like you : I love kids and I think they like me too, especially girls (only because of my jewelery : ring, necklace etc.).

che idrees said...

I love the pictures :)
Very nice ate denise!
I love you smile btw (pang artista) hehe :)

See you around!xx

Ediot said...

such amazing pictures. really capture the happyness. ah- so nice

janettaylor said...

Beautiful pics!

XoXo

melmo said...

oh wonderful cute pics :)

Toni said...

beautiful pictures as always!
your blog is a must-visit for me :)
stay sweet!
oh and thank u for the lovely comment! come and visit Cebu some time! :)

Kym said...

they're natural with the camera already! heehee.. my heartaches for those kids too. i had quite a mischievous childhood too! hahah loved hearing about yours...especially the part where you hid behind the door and they found traces of pee leading them to you. hahaha!

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Cheryl said...

Funny childhood you have, lol! :) Those little girls are so pretty my heart bleeds for them too. Why can't everybody be equal? What lovely photos of the bell tower.As usual, everything is awesome. ;)

Ms. Butterfly said...

Yes children are awesome and I love to see their smiles. I am the same way I love when little girls fall in love with me or notice what I'm wearing, little girls are the sweetest. As always these pictures of you are breathtaking.

Blanquita G said...

they are prettiest!!!!! and the place is indredible!

Teresa said...

beautiful pictures! and thanks so much for your comments on my blog! i look forward to more of your posts in the future!

cheers,
teresa

cherie said...

this is so cute! and the kids are wonderful. Beautiful pics as always :D

Eleh said...

ouch. you sewed your own hand?! i once staple my fingers when i was a kid. anyway, adorable kids they are!

Allison said...

You're right, they really, really are gorgeous. What fantastic photographs :) I love what you wrote about them too, it's great you care so much!

elena-lu said...

heehee that sounds like an a amazing adventurous childhood! i was very shy and stayed inside making a world of my own didnt venture out so that was so so wonderful to read about your adventures!

Dane said...

Beautiful photos, doll!




www.trustme-itsparadise.blogspot.com

Tracey Ellle said...

awww so beautiful...

Juliana Noronha said...

hey... im from brazil.... and i saw your pictures... it's realy similar to some town in Brazil, the name is " Ouro Preto".
where are these photos?

bye

junoronha.blogspot.com

Hanh said...

Lovely pics! happy family!!that's the best of life!
Hanh,
www

www.life-in-travel.blogspot.com

agus said...

The photo-colage is great, I like all the pictures, the children remind me of my own childhood ;-)

styleburst said...

i love your photos. You look so happy and the photos are amazing. :)


xoxx

Rebecca Rose said...

Denise, your smile is contagious huh :). Those children are indeed beautiful.

Take care

>>> Becca
http://rebeccaroseilican.blogspot.com/

Rain said...

Hi Denise!

The kids are cute! When are you going to get yours?

x

Diana said...

you have much to be boasting about! i love your photos!

The Clothes Horse said...

You look adorable--I love the shoes especially.
I don't know how you manage to be good with kids...I'm terribly awkward.

Shin said...

I really wish girls in troubled areas in the world get access to safe shelters and food and have the opportunity to better their lives too! I envy your childhood! It sounds so perfect! xxoxoxo

alyn said...

love your pictures and your smile..looks very genuine and showed youre really having a good time with the little girls.

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