My Week in Tweets, Vol. 66

My Week in Tweets, Vol. 66
Temperatures surge in this land where there is no snow. I know, it’s far better than any of your winters, and “cold” to us is somewhere within 23°C. The sun has a habit of kissing our skin and staying there. We live with a lot...

The Weekend Closing #67

The Weekend Closing #67
Last night, I got to see the low-lying roads along the glimmering waves in Obando. It reminded me of a place where we’ve seen river-houses and open skies and laidback people walking along the highway. I think, if not for the floods, Obando would have...

My Week in Tweets, Vol. 65

My Week in Tweets, Vol. 65
So let me sum it up. This week, 2017’s first transition week, is when we say goodbye to January, dread February, watch Miss Universe, write a lot, slay schedules, and count loud heartbeats that made glomping sounds. Everything was altogether pleasant, even the little hiccups...

The January Report

The January Report
Who would have thought that January would go by in a swooping? It wasn’t too long since we greeted each other our New Year’s wishes and whispered hopes and dreams so that the year would start and end well for all. I’ve lost count, but...

The Weekend Closing #66

The Weekend Closing #66
I. The rules in the Bible can be summed up to two: 1.) Love God above all else and 2.) Love your neighbor as you love yourself. There is only one verb. Love. The Bible is all about loving. And so, for cultures who founded...