Well, its a tall order trying to come back from a 3-0 playoff series lead against the defending champs but at least they didn't get swept. The Phoenix Suns yesterday, won game four with a lot of fight. All they need to do is do that the next 3 games if they want to make history by becoming the first team in the NBA to comeback from a 3-0 deficit and win a series. And did I mention that they are up against the defending champs San Antonio Spurs? A very very tough task. We'll just have to wait and see...


Our final Project Building Presentation is nearing and I'm getting nervous by the day. Not to mention getting more and more stressed..! But also looking forward to that day so this can be finally be over with. I don't know how I will do when presenting in front of architects from New York and New Jersey...Thinking about it just makes me take a deep breath.....Any advice? Wish me luck..! The photo I included by the way is the one I designed...Its the Front View or the building's main entrance..




Top views of entire building and site views..

This is the right side view of the building...

After years of being out of the NBA not because he retired but because he had some serious injuries, he's back and playing. He's not as good as he used to be, but i'm still routing for him. I still watch his games and still have my old collection of NBA cards...

The Suns lost game 2 in their round 1 match up against the San Antonio Spurs..grrrrr....! They are now down 0-2 in this series. What they have to do now is defend their home court on games 3 & 4 to even this series up. If they don't, It would be a long long long shot to win this series in 7 games. I like the Phoenix Suns to win the it all not because they now have Shaq, but because my long time idol, Grant Hill is finally playing. Even though he is no where near where he used to be, I still route for him and I think I still have my collection of NBA cards of him. I'm just glad to see him back from serious injuries and be part of a good team in the playoffs..Go Grant! Go Suns!


Thousands have turned out to see Pope Benedict XVI. The Pope visited ground zero in Lower Manhattan in New York, where the families of the victims were somewhat comforted from the tragedy that happened almost 7 years ago. Yankee Stadium was also full for the Holy Mass. And even though I wasn't there to see him in person, I felt like I was. His message of peace and hope struck not only me but also everyone who heard the mass LIVE and on TV. "Follow faithfully in the footsteps of those who have gone before you!" he told the stadium congregation on a cool, breezy and overcast afternoon.

Have a safe journey back Pope Benedict..!

NBA Playoffs..


Game 1 of the NBA Playoffs match ups are done and it did not disappoint. The big shocker among the first games played was the loss of the Detroit Pistons to the Philadelphia 76ers(90-86). Rasheed Wallace got a bit too cocky during the game as he joined the opposing teams' huddle., and I think that bit Rasheed in the ass when he missed the game tying basket with seconds left. The most entertaining among these game 1's was the San Antonio Spurs vs Phoenix Suns, which went to double overtime with Manu Ginobili hitting a tough shot with seconds left. And by the way, it was just announced that he won this year's NBA sixth man award. I would love to see the Boston Celtics and the Phoenix Suns to be in the finals..


Danica Patrick made history when she won the The Indy Japan 300 on the Twin Ring Motegi oval. She is the first female to win a major closed-course event. Congrats DANICA!! Looking forward to more wins! INDY 500, Here she comes..!!!

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