Thoughts are running through my head while I sip my cup of coffee in this beautiful balcony. While I feel at ease and relaxed at this comforting view, my head is wandering off about my country and my countrymen.
UPDATE: Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago died peacefully today at 8:52am (September 29, 2016). Details of the interment will be announced later. We ask for prayers as her family goes through this difficult time.
Sorry, there was a delay in posting. I had a couple of other task that needs to be attended. But the Vlog has been posted on my YouTube Channel days ago, please subscribe if you wish as I always get to post videos faster than writing the blogpost. Without further ado, here’s what happened last […]
#2016Elections soon. I am starting this post with an apology to my regular readers whom may not want to hear or read about politics as early as today especially from a candidate they may have blocked from the people they are thinking of voting just because he is connected with a controversial personality. If you […]
The 4th installment of UNICEF’s Auction for Acton is one of the most special one to date as the items to be auctioned are six of the limited-edition Yoda chairs used by state leaders during the APEC Economic Leaders’ Welcome Dinner who were present at the APEC 2015 held in the Philippines this year. This Auction for Action organized […]
How do you solve a problem like the horrendous traffic jam in Metro Manila? I am sure each of us have an idea to share, some are brilliant too brilliant to get implemented, some are too stupid they think it’s worth a try. But in a not so distant past, during the time of the […]
The Asia-Pacific Housing Forum 5 (APHF5), organized by Habitat for Humanity (HFH), is a biennial conference that brings together local communities, socio-civic organizations, the private sector and the government in seeking to provide solutions to the problem of housing accessibility. This is the first time APHF5 will be holding a satellite event on September 3-4 […]
It has been my blogs tradition since I started to post about what our Filipino legislators wore during the President of the Philippines State of the Nation Address (SONA). I do it because I rather look at what the people wear than listen to all the lies and the blaming game this B. S. Aquino […]
“Education is not just feeding the minds but also feeding a strong healthy body.” With this in mind, the Department of Education (DepEd) and makers of Birch Tree Fortified powdered milk partnered together to reinforce the habit of drinking milk of school age kids with the DepEd and Birchtree Me and My Milk program. At […]
9 Year Old Girls Should Get HPV Vaccines and Other Vaccination and Immunization Myths and Misconceptions
Every year there is about 6 to 10,000 women reported to have cervical cancer. This could have been prevented if girls will be administered her first HPV vaccine by the age of 9 years old or Elementary Level Grade 4. While this sounds absurd and however cliché it sounds, prevention is always better than cure. […]
I am me, there’s no doubt about it. I have never been cloned or have a twin sister. My name is unique at least here in the Philippines as my father last name is very rare. If you meet someone with the same last name there is a big chance we are related. But however unique […]
I don’t envy you I’m a little bit of everything All rolled into one I’m a bitch, I’m a lover, I’m a child, I’m a mother I’m a sinner, I’m a saint, I do not feel ashamed I’m your hell, I’m your dream, I’m nothing in between You know you wouldn’t want it any other […]