Random Prattles

People v Sucro; G.R. No. 93239; 18 Mar 1991; 195 SCRA 388

FACTS: During a surveillance operation of appellant’s activities, police operatives saw appellant sell marijuana to a group of persons. The police team was able to overtake and arrest appellant and recover from him sticks and teabags of marijuana. These were offered in evidence during his trial where he was found guilty. ISSUE(S): Whether or not […]

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Forging on in 2016

Forging on in 2016

It wasn’t that long when we ushered in 2015 and now we’re bidding it goodbye. It came like a spring breeze and in a few hours it would be gone. It sure wasn’t the easiest of years for me what with the multiple dengue scares, marital troubles, personal dilemmas (midlife crises?), to name a few. […]

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Gone and Done It

Gone and Done It

I hate myself sometimes. Well, ok, hate is too strong to use on myself, but it’s the most appropriate for the anger that I am directing at my person. I’m just in a rage of gigantic proportions right now! If you’ve been doing the Comment Exchange rounds via BC Bloggers since the start of the new year, […]

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Planet Motherhood

Ella’s 5th Birthday Celebration + The Baker’s Triumphant Return

Ella’s 5th Birthday Celebration + The Baker’s Triumphant Return

It was our first gathering of the year and a double celebration at that! We spent the day with family and friends to celebrate the Feast of Sto. Niño and my Ella’s 5th birthday. Ella’s birthday wasn’t until Monday, but because we always spend Sundays over at my parents’ house I decided to hold the celebration in advance. […]

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Raising Financially Smart Children

Raising Financially Smart Children

Earlier this month, I had resolved to build up my savings by joining the 52-Week Money Challenge. Well, I am happy to report that I had already started the program. In fact, I am already on my fourth week and my motivation is still very high. At the spur of the moment, I had also […]

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Struggling with Resentment

Struggling with Resentment

It’s been five months since my husband left us to work in Ethiopia and while the pain of separation had slowly numbed, I find myself struggle with something else: my feelings of resentment. I know I’m not the first nor the last nor the only one whose significant other has “abandoned” the Family ship to […]

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Oven Fresh

The Birth of a Baker

The Birth of a Baker

I have always been interested in baking, but it wasn’t until December 2013 that I finally started doing it because my husband was so against it. He is usually supportive of my hobbies. He lets me do the things that I enjoy because he believes that “a happy wife means a happy life.” It’s just […]

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Ch..Ch..Cheese Cupcakes

Ch..Ch..Cheese Cupcakes

This one is long overdue and I cannot apologize enough for the delay. (Still, sorry Jo! 🙁 ) If you’re anything like me, then you love cheese. Like A LOT! I can’t get enough of it, which is weird since I am lactose intolerant and I should not be able to eat cheese without getting […]

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That Color Purple: Ube Cupcakes

That Color Purple: Ube Cupcakes

I should be inserting something witty, funny, inspirational here before the recipe but I don’t have time to spare right now. Well, not that I have it in me to be witty, funny or inspirational but a friend is waiting for me to post this thing (Hi, Jo! :D). Truth be told, I’m not really […]

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Blogging Matters

My Dream Gadgets for 2015

My Dream Gadgets for 2015

I consider myself a techie, a person who is either an expert in or enthusiastic about technology. Well, I’m more of the latter; technology excites me but I’m no expert. I can very seldom afford them, but I look forward to new gadgets even when it usually means I can only read about them. Now that […]

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A Failure Yet Again

A Failure Yet Again

This I can easily admit: I really suck at blogging. Judging from this blog’s performance in the past year, it’s not a stretch at all to say that I’m a crappy blogger. Four posts in a year? Yeah, pretty pathetic! It’s not that nothing much is happening in my life, because there’s so many I’m […]

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New Year, New Blog

New Year, New Blog

Hi! Thank you so much for dropping by. Since this is a new blog, your visit means a lot. I decided to start 2014 with a new blog. I already “maintain” a blog, My Kimcheed Life, but I decided to start a another one to chronicle the biggest of changes in my and my children’s […]

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Legal Chyme

Lozano v Martinez; G.R. No. L-63419; 18 Dec 1986; 146 SCRA 323

FACTS: Petitioners were charged with violations of Batas Pambansa Blg. 22. They each filed with the trial courts a motion to quash the information against them on the ground that the acts charged did not constitute a crime, the statute being unconstitutional. ISSUE(S): Whether or not B.P. 22 is repugnant to the constitutional protection against […]

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Sura v Martin; G.R. No. L-25091; 29 Nov 1968; 26 SCRA 286

FACTS: Appellant was the losing party in a civil case for support. The trial court ordered his arrest and imprisonment for failure to pay such support. ISSUE(S): Whether or not his arrest and imprisonment were illegal. RULING: YES. The sheriff’s return shows that the judgment debtor was insolvent. The orders, in effect, authorized his imprisonment […]

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Serafin v Lindayag; A.M. No. 297-MJ; 30 Sep 1975; 67 SCRA 166

FACTS: A criminal complaint for estafa filed against complainant did not charge any crime but merely recited her failure to pay a simple indebtedness. Respondent judge issued a warrant for her arrest. ISSUE(S): Whether or not respondent judge erred in ordering complainant’s imprisonment for non-payment of debt. RULING: YES. In admitting such a “criminal complaint” […]

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