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Saintly Inspirations

“The spirit of humility is sweeter than honey, and those who nourish themselves with this honey produce sweet fruit.”

~ St. Anthony of Padua


Zumarraga...not in Spain but in Samar

Let me blog about my own hometown in Samar…Zumarraga.  It is one of the 25 cities and municipalities of my province.  Quaint it may be but it’s home to a friendly population.   336 more words

My Fairy-Tale Day Off

After working as an ESL teacher for five days, I have a day off! During my three-year hiatus from paid labour—in which I laboured hard (but unsuccessfully), hoping to convince others that the meaningful work I was doing deserved to be paid—I rarely took a holiday. 1,748 more words

Camden Students Show Some Love To Those Less Fortunate

By Justin Udo

CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) – Some middle school students in Camden took part in a special project that gave them a chance to give back to their community. 129 more words


Gone Again

Hej there, folks!

It’s been a while, I know. And I promised posts about Iceland (they will come…eventually). But for now, I thought I’d try actually keeping you up to date. 592 more words

Padua walkabout

Padua (in Italian “Padova“) is less than half an hour’s drive from Venice, and even the time spent on a farewell breakfast at the hotel on Lido and a ferry ride back to the mainland to retrieve the car still allows for a mid-morning arrival. 811 more words


Ironic Architecture

One of the early hospitals in Pensacola was St. Anthony’s Hospital and Sanitarium, which also was known as the Pensacola Sanitarium. It was located at the corner of Garden and Baylen Streets. 565 more words

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