1. During the last few weeks, I've been contemplating in looking for a site where I can put my kits. 4shared seemed to be giving me a problem with so many invalid links whenever my files reach more than 50% of the allotted storage. Early this year I both a silver plan in 4shared (see my ramblings about it here here). I sent an email to 4shared and they replied (you can read it Here).
I think they realized the loophole in their plan, maybe I was not the only one who complained. Now, they removed the silver, gold and platinum plan, they now have a premium plan giving you 100 GB of both storage and bandwidth. I guess it's a better plan so I purchased and will try it for one month. If it works good then I'll stick with 4shared.
2. With my 4shared premium plan, I can embed the download links here, so downloading will be easier for you--direct links and no waiting time (let's see how long that 100 bandwidth per month will last, the former 5 GB bandwidth that I purchased is only good for a few days).
3. We still have power interruptions from time to time. Yesterday and today, we had no electricity for a several hours. I've now been so used in using a fan to cool myself because it's so humid/hot here. That's why when the electricity had resumed at around midnight, I'm still fanning myself. And then I thought, I should have turned either the aircon or the electric fan, LOL.
4. In some areas in our place, there are still floods but it's not as high as before...and yes no electricity as well. The new typhoon named Pepeng (international codename "Parma") which landed in our country last Saturday doesn't want to leave our country. As of today it has it's 3rd landfall--it can't leave because another typhoon, named "Quedan" (international codename: Melor), is preventing it from leaving, . It is expected to stay in the country for three more days. Can you imagine a storm that lasts for more than a week? The affected area for that typhoon is where my Mom and my sister's family lives.
5. With all the things that I have witnessed these past two weeks--seeing expensive cars, houses, appliances and furniture sinking in water--I realized the things that are more valuable such as cultivating one's character, building relationships and harnessing God-given talents--such can never sink in floods in an instant. DH and I had been affirmed of our values too--investing our treasures in heaven--to know Christ and to make Him known. I'm not saying that material gain is bad but if you will but all your heart into it, you will really be left with nothing when tragedy such as this strikes.
Anyway, here now are you kits: