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Self is going through a stash of papers that she’s been toting around in her suitcase, for the longest time.

Lo and behold, it’s a print-out of her story, “Ice.” The one that… 89 more words


A Gatherer's Tale

A Gatherer’s Tale

He dropped me off. Left me on a single slice of earth. Drove away in a watery wake. His back spoke a silent goodbye, good luck. 269 more words


Our face back to God

8th Sunday of Holy Trinity

“For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light (for the fruit of the light consists in all goodness, righteousness and truth) and find out what pleases the Lord. 1,634 more words


Healthy Vegan Gelato

We visited the Asian Fruit Market located in Abreeza Mall fountain area the other weekend. It aims to put the Davao City on the map as the home of the biggest fruit market in Asia. 242 more words


I Don't Work Sundays

It’s been a minute since I’ve sat down and blogged something thoughtful. I’ve posted little things occasionally just to post something. Because if a blogger who is prone to depression all of a sudden stops posting… :| 445 more words


Pivot and a Wrench; Crippled Again

I was a lazy potato. And then as I was being good and vacuuming the bathroom floor, my foot caught on a tile and wrenched my bad foot the wrong way. 101 more words

Most Laconic Comment Ever

There’s this one reader of Everlark fan fiction who’s been leaving one sentence responses to any and all for over a year.

After a chapter on a fan fic based on “The Tudors” where everyone is shown to be snogging or bonking or whatever: … 244 more words