Saturday, December 20, 2008

Got A Wish Come True

Christmas is around the corner and we are going to have a party on the 25th in my mother's house. We invited our close friends and relatives to this special occasion and we have special line-up programs for the night. My sister who is residing in Sacramento, does not want to be left out, she is missing home because she is thousands of miles away from us. But thanks to CEIVA Digital Frame, she will be able to see us in a matter of seconds. How?

Well, with CEIVA, we are able to send our photos immediately via computer to the recipient's CEIVA even though they are thousands of miles away from us. The photos can be updated instantly from anywhere around the globe so that those with CEIVA can get the latest photos or videos of their friends or love ones just by a click. No software nor technical expert is needed to set it up. Just follow the easy instructions and you will get to see your love ones as soon as you want to be. All we have to do is just to send a photo via the Internet or cellphone and the recipient could receive it on his CEIVA digital photo frame in a matter of seconds. Isn't that amazing?

Hey, that is not all. There is something cool about this link I am going to tell you about. I uploaded my photo recently and it is so funny to see Santa holding my picture in his hand. Not only that, my wish is in his record book too! Unbelievable? Well, seeing is believing, just go to the link and see for yourself. It will surely amaze you. Oh, before I forget, there is a contest going on in CEIVA. For each day of the contest, one random entry will be selected to win an attractive prize of $500. No purchases are needed, as long as you are a US resident and above 18 years of age, you are eligible to to take part.

As for my sister, she has got a wish for this coming Christmas. Though she is not here with us, she can still feel this festive season at the same time with us. All this is made possible through CEIVA.



  1. Technology is moving fast. The world is getting smaller. Have a nice holidays and a Happy New Year! Cheers!