First off, Jinkee, girl, take it easy on the collagen. You're beautiful as you are. Seriously. Quit it before you turn into La Greta.
Secondly, uy, pogi pala si Sugar Shane Mosley. Too bad all he did in the fight was to run away from Manny. Haha Anyway, he got at least $5M yesterday. That's a decent enough amount to retire on. Good for him.
I'm sure a lot of fans are disappointed at how the match turned out. The NY Times has called yesterday's match a "bromance" and a "glorified sparring session." At some point, it did look like Pacquiao and Mosley were in love. Yikee. Mosley wasn't even trying to throw punches at Pacquiao anymore. Boo.
Lumaban ka naman, Bro.
At least Pacquiao was forthright on his feelings about the match. He said he wanted to entertain the fans. So even though he won, he looked and sounded disappointed at not being able to knock Mosley out (and well also disappointed at Mosley's "performance"). We have to hand it to Manny when it comes to these things. For him it's a choice between being stellar and nil. Mediocre-ville is not a place he wants to be in.
Since it was also Mother's Day yesterday, we were told in church that there are several ways by which we can honor our mothers. One would be through words, as in telling our mothers that we love them everyday. But the more interesting way to honor our moms is through our lives: We honor our mothers by what we do. In that sense, yesterday's win must have been an excellent Mother's Day gift for mommy Dionisia (that, and the Hermes Birkin that she's been dropping hints for. Heehee)
On that note, I'd just like to share that moms were given chocolate flowers at church yesterday. Some children from Kids' Church also performed a beautiful Mom song. Awww.
Have an excellent workweek everyone!
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