I love to read about amazing people. I am especially thrilled when the story is about a kababayan who steps up to help make life better for others. Mark Bustos
I was watching a group of teenagers and preteens in a restaurant the other day. Each one held a gadget; one had the volume turned up to the max. I observed how “with the beat” this young boy was. His moves made me regret not learning how to shoot videos with my iPhone. This was an FB moment.
I lunched with an old friend last week. I expected to have a fun time catching up with “the latest” about other friends and family. I did not expect a protracted gripe session about rudeness. What triggered it?
I started this on Monday, an important day for the country. My yaya came home from the precinct, proud to have voted. And when I asked her, sheepishly I must admit, whom she voted for, she answered “Taumbayan po.” It made me happy.
I was delighted to read recent news about the rebuilding (again!) of the Manila Metropolitan Theater. I
remember how beautiful she used to be.