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33rd year, friendships and realizations

In a few days I’ll be turning 33. Yes, 33 years of existence and I think I haven’t changed as much. I’m still the childish, blabbermouth, tinkerer of anything I fancy and the comical guy after all these years. 562 more words


Clair de Lune

“Goodbye!” I ran to my mom and hugged her when she was almost going out of our house as if it was the last goodbye. “I’m just going to work don’t worry. 1,252 more words

Highlight of the Day(Police!)

It’s an exhausting day not only for me but most especially my mom. So this morning she went to have her flu shot and went straight to the shop. 247 more words



When do us Filipinos get tired and take a break from political wars in social media? This is one of the main reasons I had to get off the social grid, especially from Facebook. 69 more words


OFWs march vs. modern-day slavery, legacies of Martial Law on Bonifacio Day

“If Bonifacio were alive today, he would be at the forefront of the continuing struggle of migrants and workers against modern-day slavery and imperialist exploitation, and the Duterte administration’s betrayal of the Filipino people by allowing the burial of the late dictator Marcos at the Libingan ng mg Bayani.” 562 more words


i have returned.

After several years of popping in and out — I have returned to the blog planet. I have returned. I was too busy with real life — turning points, crucial decisions, important choices, rampant changes — name it, I was definitely on that scenario for the past 4 or 5 years. 140 more words


Desert Safari: A Camel Ride to a Whole New World

An adventure to explore an oasis of tranquility amidst the manic and bustling city life of Dubai, anyone?

And so it happened. Who would have thought that I’d be able to find myself in the middle of nowhere with these adorable camels. 10 more words