Migs and Alaine

Chronicles of a Happy Married Life

Tag: Pay it forward

What’s your love vibe?

It’s the last Day of the LOVE MONTH! How did you celebrate February?
For 10 years, I have been celebrating the love month by donating blood to The Philippine Red Cross. It’s one of the most amazing acts of love that can be done for people we don’t know or probably we will never know.

Wouldn’t it be nice to capture such a wonderful act of love?

Cheers to more love moments from Lenovo Vibe X!

The Lenovo Vibe X allows you to take spectacular selfie shots with a wide-angle 5 megapixel front camera, and exquisite photos and HD videos with a 13 megapixel rear camera. Preloaded with customized applications for sharing of photos, videos and documents and remarkably thin and unbelievably light (Like their facebook page here for more details).

Pass it on…pay it forward. That’s my love vibe.

What’s yours?



Walk in LOVE


Still thinking of what gifts to buy for your loved ones?
True Love Waits Philippines invites you to shop, dine and help all at the same time!

Walk in LOVE” is happening on December 6-7,2013 at Gen. Lim St., Brgy. San Antonio Pasig City.

Here’s a list of the partner brands who will “Walk in LOVE” at the Christmas Bazaar for Typhoon Yolanda survivors and TWL Philippines.

Sueňo Espadrilles Manila
Grace cookies
Chelsea and Pia
Styista Diaries
Zipp Tea
His Love
Mr. Fox

Tree of Life
MDP Foundation
Haggle & Kisses

Urban Flavors Kitchenette

Instead of going somewhere crowded, drop by “Walk in Love” Christmas bazaar on December 6-7,2013 for a one of a kind shopping and dining experience,and a chance to meet new friends! Helping has never been this cool!

See you there!

Migs and Alaine

Happy, happy birthday!

Last week, we celebrated our friend’s birthday together with some residents of Colaique, Antipolo City.

We’ve known Amando for having a big heart and someone who would always try to make a difference. Good thing, our schedules permitted us to be there. Because of the heavy rain, the road towards the venue was kind of sloppy. I was too scared someone might slip straight to the open creek which looks more like a water fall.


Food and toys were distributed to 110 kids who welcomed us with wide smiles. I wish we brought some school supplies too.

Camera 360


Camera 360

The feeding program was a success despite the heavy rain and left everyone with a memory to last a lifetime.

Happy birthday, Amando! 🙂


Also want to make a difference? You can start with communities near you or try to visit these sites:




Have a blessed Sunday!

Migs and Alaine Alejandrino

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