Hosting Stint

On two different dates, to wit: December 9, 2012 (ACTS 32nd Anniversary) and December 14, 2012 (My niece’s dedication day), I hosted. Hosting was never one of my favorite things before. By and by, though, my interest in it has grown. My first hosting stint was during a school event. If my memory serves me right, we were celebrating Teacher’s Day. I was so clueless that I was very repetitive of the words I used. I reckon now my audience knew, or in the least, noticed that I was a novice. Well, in the present day, I have not really honed this hosting skill although my being a declaimer back in elementary and in high school really helped a lot. The skills I developed in declaiming largely help me in taming my jitters. Once I face the audience, my facade should manifest the character I desire to portray. And that, I think, I fairly achieve most of the time. But, again, there are A LOT of things that need improvements. Because presently all I know about hosting is that I must entertain the audience. There’s gotta be more to it than mere entertainment, right? Like if the audience demands class or pagiging masa, I should be able to relate and deliver well and thoroughly. Perhaps summer can be a good time to learn and develop. I’m excited. ☺

Here are some pictures taken on December 9, 2012:

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Thanks to my baby brother for this lovely photo.

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Right before hosting for the church anniversary. It’s our kubo’s gate.

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  Thanks to Mr. Momar Balsamo for helping the church too. He was my co-host. Us at the backstage.

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Ronny, the drummer. The lights are fantastic in this photo.

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My co-host and I doing our job! ☺

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The youth while performing The Champion. This play never gets old. Always powerful and catchy.

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Praise and worship celebration. The youth letting out the suppressed energy and elation.

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Many people attended the event. More or less 450 people. The photo doesn’t show the entire area, though.

I know in my heart that God touched these people.

♥ ♥ ♥

Some pictures taken on December 14, 2012:

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Cake by Fernando’s.

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I made this photo for the the tarpaulin. They said it was cute and pretty. Yey! Anything for Baby Bliss. ♥

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Ate Ruth (Cousin), Kuya Xerwin (Cousin-in-law), and Baby Xarriah Bliss (Niece).

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Happy family. ☺

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Bliss was attentive. You’re a good girl, poppet!

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Meet the woman behind the mouth-watering roast beef. Meet Ate Andrea.

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Catering: La Familia

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The spot where I waited until I spoke to host again.

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Meet my siblings.

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My sister, Ate Hannah.

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My baby brother, Elisha.

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Ate Hannah, Din, Momar, and Pat.

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Yo! Sir. Might want to drop the formal facade. HAHAHA! Wacky!!

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Ate Hannah and Din.

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The sisters and the cousins. They went back to China already. ☹

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Changing of costumes. Cutipiiiieeee! ♥

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And here’s to a beautiful night! Pardon the baggy eyes. I worked on Xarriah’s video, tarpaulin, and invitation the whole week. ♥

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One comment

  1. Continuate cos, bravi!

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