Wow, pardon the cliche’ but time really flies so fast, and frequent blogging hastens up the passing of each day! Not that I am complaining because I’m happy with what my blog has achieved since its start last July. So today is the 1st of October and the start of the last quarter of 2009. There are still a lot of interesting things to highlight for the remainder of the year. Some of these worth-looking-forward-to events are classified as follows:
Miss Earth 2009 (Boracay Convention Center, Boracay Island / November 22, 2009)
Who will replace Miss Earth 2008 Karla Henry of the Philippines?
Miss International 2009 (Chengdu, Sichuan, China / November 28, 2009)
Who will take over reigning Miss International Alejandra Andreu of Spain?
World Festival Queen 2009 (Manila, Philippines / December 5, 2009)
Who will be the first ever winner of World Festival Queen 2009?
Miss World 2009 (Sandton Convention Center, S.A. / December 12, 2009)
Who will be the successor of Miss World 2008, Ksenia Sukhinova of Russia?
Sweet! I’m really excited about this movie! It’s coming out on the 16th!
Have seen the first. The sequel should be fun to watch as well!
I’m a sucker for Yuletide flicks! Let’s see how Jim Carrey plays Scrooge.
The Amazing Race 15
Actually, the 15th season of The Amazing Race started with a 2-hour premiere last Monday, September 27, but I included it in the list since a big chunk of the latest competition will be shown during the months of October, November and early December.
Cast of The Amazing Race 15
Season Finale of Survivor Philippines: Palau
Who will be the 2nd Pinoy Sole Survivor and win a cool P3.0M in cash, tax-free? The last two castaways heading to the finale should be made known by late November for an early December announcement.
Truth be told, there’s actually more than a handful of shows, movies and events (not to mention my two scheduled travels to HK this month and Cebu in November) to look forward to this last quarter of the year, and I will blog them within the next days or weeks to come.
I just hope that there’s no more of the destructive typhoons and/or natural calamities. The Philippines has already filled its quota for 2009 and we need more reasons to smile and be positive en route to the Christmas Holidays in December.