Sunday, January 23, 2022

A Plea and A Cry

I saw a post of Dingdong Dantes on Facebook sharing a photo of The Jessica Soho Presidential Interviews with his own comment on the interview - and it was good.

Natrigger ng post nya yung mga fears ko for this coming election so I shared his post and wrote my own insight.

Plan.  Discern.  Act.

'... it is not as difficult as say Calculus but will definitely help yourself and our country in the future.  Find a quiet place if you must and listen to your heart.  Look inside you and seek the answers - what do you want?  What does our country need?  And while you're at it, a piece of advise. 

No matter how cruel the society is, no matter how unfair the world is, no matter how difficult life is - choose someone who will help us heal, guide our growth and maintain our liberty.

Look into the future and see what will become of us, and please, consider and never forget, how our very actions and decisions will affect our freedom.'

And of course, a bit from Sharon Cuneta's words to her fans during a Zoom conference.

'... as Filipinos, we will be able to take back what is rightfully ours, which is decency as a nation, as people, our kindness.'

I am hoping someone will take heed.

Friday, January 21, 2022

A Quick Visit at Museo Sorsogon

' on the bars of the Museo is simple yet outstanding.'

It is our first time to visit Museo Sorsogon, and I enjoyed it.  It's good to learn the history of our province and what were our contributions to the Philippine history in general.

I suggest you visit the Museum too.  There are 6 or 7 galleries and each is full of information about Sorsogon.  There is a guide whom you can ask if you have questions.

'...background of a court in the century-old provincial jailhouse and courthouse, now a museum.'

'...on the wall lines portrait of the governors of the province of Sorsogon.'

'...Guinness World Record certificate for the longest Filipino folk dance, astig!'

Our visit was quick but Quel and I are happy we dropped by the Museo Sorsogon.

Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Popo and Roma


'...Roma (left) and Popo (right) cozies up with each other.

Meet Popo and Roma 😇

It's a surprise that we have dogs.  Honestly, I've never really thought about caring for one - and now they're two.

I never liked animals, especially mammals.  I guess, people change.

We only have Popo at first, he's a little more than a year old now.  About a month ago, my sister, who is my neighbor, brought home a dog.  Unfortunately, their dog Atheno is scaring the little one so he, Roma, always runs over to our house.

Bati sila ni Popo!!

Popo is kind to Roma.  He shares his food, plays with him and open the door for him when Roma can't.  So Roma stays at home.

They're so cute and we heart them, Quel and I. 💚