Emily’s PostBy Emily A. Marcelo
My wife and I are both OFWs. We are now in the process of annulling our marriage. My wife got very angry when she saw photographs of me and a particular woman on Facebook. She is a neighbor in the building I live in and we have pictures partying together.
My Chair RocksBy Conchita C. Razon
Time spent at my daughter’s home in Florida has stirred memories when I was a working housewife in the United States and she was just a baby. As I watch her play her many roles and wear different hats, I am in awe of her stamina and dedication. I tell her: “You are like a juggler, keeping all the balls up in the air and not dropping a single one. How do you do it?”
By Dexter R. Matilla
When Rose Fostanes stepped into the waiting room for Filipinos hoping to secure a work visa at the Israel Embassy in Manila, the recognition she received was nothing short of surreal.
By Cathy Yamsuan
Raoul Daniel A. Manuel stared at the giant screen where a recorded video message of his dad Raul, a Canada-based caregiver, was being shown.
By Pocholo Concepcion
The sound of voices speaking in Tagalog catches our attention as we enter Holiday Inn in Cotai Strip Resorts Macau. “Pinoy,” says one of the bellhops, smiling at our group while helping carry our luggage.