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Farewell Nanay…

August 28, 2012

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My grandmother on my dad’s side is someone whom I didn’t have much relationship with – maybe it was because my parents worked abroad while I was growing up or that there was a language barrier. Whatever the reason was, I’m still thankful because in the times that I was able to spend with her […]

My nephews

July 27, 2010

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My nephews are the joy of my existence! Yes, I’m sure when I have kids I’ll probably say the same thing or something greater, but for now these 2 I have been a part of their lives right after we found out that my sister-in-law was expecting. I love them to pieces and will do […]

In Caram Memoriam – Felicisima Martinez

March 8, 2010

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Felicisima Martinez, otherwise known as Mommy is my grandmother. She was born on November 24, 1926 and died on March 5, 2010. I offer this post in her memory. Carol Banawa – Tanging Yaman My bestfriend Riah sang “Tanging Yaman” as requested by my mom and I. Like always, she sings this song especially with […]

Happy 18th Birthday Diana!

January 20, 2010

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Ahh, so 18 years ago this day a child named Diana was born. She will grow up to be a loving child, an inspiring pianist, a sweet cousin, an endearing friend and an emo. Well the last bit might a joke, but she is who she is because of all these and more. Her attitude […]

Ohh-ehm-geE

January 7, 2010

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What is this feeling? Where is it coming from? Why all of a sudden am I feeling desolate? Ahh, yes. It came from my best friend pointing out something that I wasn’t quite ready to face. It’s been a while now that I’ve feeling this way towards this person (one of my dearest cousin, friend). […]

2010, here I come!

January 1, 2010

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Well, I welcomed 2010 with my family and friends. There was a bit of “uhh, what happened?” moment when the countdown on the television stopped at 30 seconds before midnight. It was a rush to eat 12 grapes in 7 seconds, but we managed it and downed it with some Moet champagne – jumping for […]

Family and Christmas

December 17, 2009

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I am a Filipino-Canadian living (obviously?) in Toronto. I’ve sometimes wondered why people travel to far off places for the Christmas season, leaving their parents, siblings and other relatives to celebrate without them. For me being Filipino, this season is very important to me because it’s not only celebrating the birth of Jesus, but it’s […]