Piano Recital tonight
Your life feels like it’s on fast-forward, but your financial issues, primary relationships, and home responsibilities all cry out for extra attention. This is actually a good thing—you should accomplish quite a lot.
It’s not exactly comfortable when someone decides that you’re going to solve all their problems for them. Tell that loved one that they need to find their own solutions—and to give you a little room to breathe.
Life is easy today, especially with the universe in such a generous mood. A few nagging doubts might threaten to ruin your fun, but don’t get all bent out of shape just because things aren’t perfect.
Stretchingoutinsomeone’sdoorwayandrefusing to leave until they agree you’re right is always an option, and so is holding your breath until you turn blue. Another classic is the silent treatment, of course.
You may tend toward overconfidence—or even laziness—on the job today, but they must be avoided at all costs. Ensure that your colleagues know all about the schedule since communication can easily go off the rails.
If you’re feeling somewhat fragile, handle yourselfwithcare—andletyourpeopleknow you need some warm fuzzies from them as well. It’s hard for you to say no to those you care about.
You need a little sympathy if you want to soothe your troubled soul. You’ve got people who are great listeners. They could help you clarifywhetheryouneedgoodadviceorjusta fresh pair of ears.
Watch out for calendar overload. It can be hard, especially since so many amazing opportunities are flying your way, but they’re all worthless if you're sluggish thanks to exhaustion or going insane from stress.
You’re feeling a little less wild and quite a bit milder. You need a change of pace. Give your heart what it needs—starting with a day off. Don't work yourself to death just because it’s what you think you ought to be doing.
Cynicism is the easy way out, and it helps no one in the end. It’s way too easy to grouch about how hard life is now, but when was it ever easy? It’s still a deeply interesting world around you.
Old memories might be overwhelming so beware of any situations that could trigger nostalgia or remind you of past pain. It’s a good time to avoid sad movies and deep conversations with those who always push your buttons.
Romancecanbeanawfullotoffun—unlessthe rules keep changing. It’s no fun at all for any of the players. Don’t let yourself get caught up in emotional messes or manipulation by making your moral code clear and sticking to it. REMINDER for tonight at 7 p.m. at the auditorium of the Marcolo B. Fernan Press Center:
The Arts Council presents Rudolf Golez in a piano recital. In the program are Beethoven's Waldstein Sonata in C Major Opus 53, three preludes by Rachmaninoff, and the Brahms Sonata in F minor Opus 5.
Tickets are at P500 per person, available at the gate one hour before the performance. Arts Council events are known to be punctual. *** For tomorrow at 12 noon the Marco Polo Plaza Hotel launches the St. Patrick's festival or Irish cuisine. St. Patrick is the patron of Ireland. The food fest is on up to Monday, March 19, at the hotel's Cafe Marco for lunch and dinner.
*** Kick off the Monday blues with Kate Torralba in an evening of jazz music, hors d'oeuvres, and cocktails come March 19 at 6 p.m., at 38 Park Avenue along India street of IT Park.
The event is brought about by El Camino Developers Cebu Inc. ***
It was a nice afternoon at the Presidential Suite of the Radisson Blu Hotel to meet the new general manager Stephan Sieberg and his l ovely wife Stephanie. They are from Germany, and look forward to a pleasant tour of duty in Cebu. They have been meeting key people from the Cebu community.
Our turn was with the Lifestyle icons, as you can see from this photo we have today.
*** We also have a photo of Dr. Warfe Engracia who was among the Outstanding Individuals (for culture) awarded by the City of Cebu during the recent Charter Day celebrations. He shares his thoghts with us, and you, dearest readers:
“In the spam of two months I received two prestigious awards, the other one being Doctor of Humanities Honoris Causa from the Northwestern University of Florida, USA.
“Truly, I feel very blessed, with these honors I am hoping that your readers will be inspired to follow my humble footstep.
“It will not only benefit the recipients of such awards but most importantly the people who we serve are the reasons we are bestowed these honors.”
DR. Warfe Engracia (4th from left), flanked by Cebu City Mayor Tommy Osmeña and Councilor Margarita Osmeña, during his awarding as Most Outstanding Individual in the field of culture.
AT the Presidential Suite of the Radisson Blu Hotel. Standing from left: Dr. Nestor Alonso, Dr. Mila Espina, Stephanie Sieberg, GM Stephan Sieberg, Aissa de la Cruz, Chinggay Utzurrum, and Honey Loop. Seated, same order: Nelia Neri, Flor Ynclino, Cookie Newman and Jaime Picornell
DR. Warfe Engracia with his award as Most Outstanding Individual in the field of culture, presented during the Cebu City Charter Day celebrations last Feb. 24.