Monthly Archives: December, 2013

The Best Music Videos I Have Watched This Year

Kind of a hard year for me. A year I’d like to forget after 2008. I want to forget all the bad things that happened to me this year, at work, with my finances, relations with people. I would want to forget people and things. But not the music videos that I have watched this …

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The Christmas Season is Now

Originally posted on Writing Under The Shades of Blue:
Image from quotesgram.com Christmas: a season to renew hope With the new Advent season rushing in, I can now feel this is the Christmas season. In my country, when September kicks in every year, it is Christmas, and many Filipinos feel the jolly season in advance…

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How Yolanda Made A Day I Cannot Forget

24 days after the Oct. 15 earthquake or the Eid al-Adha earthquake, Visayas went through another natural calamity – caught in another storm to be specific. Hell hath no fury like a scorned Mother Earth who unleashed super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), one of the strongest storms ever recorded. Two days before the rage of Yolanda …

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Notes On The Oct. 15 Earthquake

In just a month, two natural calamities struck the Visayas group of islands: An earthquake last Oct. 15. The nearby province of Bohol is greatly affected, with its historic churches ruined, its famed Chocolate Hills chipped and thousands of people displaced. In the province where I reside now, damaged structures include the controversial Cebu International …

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