711 Run for 2017 All Set

  As someone who is constantly stressed and famished due to work and my other side hustles, 711 has always been my happy place. Every day, after work, my hubs and I will hie to the nearest 711 and get our comfort food. Mine usually involves green tea and their famous hotdog-in-a-bun while my husband takes comfort … Continue reading 711 Run for 2017 All Set

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JR. NBA/WNBA Presented By Alaska picks best of the best among Manila young cagers 

A thirteen year old 6"9 future basketball sensation, strong power forwards and a solid core of women cagers: these, among others were the top picks to this year's Manila leg of the Jr.NBA and Jr.WNBA Presented by Alaska held last April 9 and 10 in Don Bosco, Makati.     Close to 2,000 participants, both boys … Continue reading JR. NBA/WNBA Presented By Alaska picks best of the best among Manila young cagers 

…Manila

By far, not the best city in the world. Not perfect -- but this place is my home. And that is enough reason for me. (Photos taken while going around the city, trying to buy knock-off football jerseys which the family will wear to greet 2014)

Concert Review: BLUE MOON (CNBlue in Manila 2013)

I was one of the few noonass trapped in a sea of shrieking, screaming, near-epileptic girls during the one-night concert of Korean band, CNBlue last Saturday, June 15 at the Araneta Coliseum. I couldn't blame them -- I almost passed out due to the sheer talent of this band -- well, make that good looks, … Continue reading Concert Review: BLUE MOON (CNBlue in Manila 2013)

Holy Week in the Philippines – Carrying My Own Cross

I am writing this on the evening of Good Friday. They say that Filipinos have one of the most intriguing celebration of the Holy Week -- often timed deep-rooted in tradition, mixed with centuries' old mysticism and a benevolence and penance that can only be interpreted as both masochistic and deeply, truly religious. In the … Continue reading Holy Week in the Philippines – Carrying My Own Cross