August 30, 2012 Respond
Welcome to my little home on the web!
Here goes my musings, poetry, and some fragments of my life.
I write from anything out of the ordinary things of my day-to-day, to sharing about what’s happening in my social circles and the local community.
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The Midnight Writer
August 24, 2012 Respond
July 16, 2012 1
This is going to be a quick post, promise!
I just want to show you something.
March 10, 2012 1
now sipping into this cup of coffee while watching the papaya leaves dance in the wind… the sound of vehicles passing by disappear at the vision of tomorrow in my mind. the refraction of sunlight through the glass doors illuminate the pathways as i sink into the depths of my consciousness. on the other end…
January 17, 2012 Respond
December 10, 2013 Respond
para sa naghahalat
na may disposisyon
December 8, 2013 Respond
I am home from the convivencia, still reflective of all that have transpired from the catecheses to the scrutatio to the Eucharistic celebration, and in-between, –and with taste buds still filled with the memory of the fresh brews at the refectory.
The old adage (of my own invention), “There is no substitute for sleep,” prompts me with a sense of gratitude to the Lord for a restful and invigorating three nights and three days of living with the community.
I am now having my second serving of premium dark roast latino for the night. I can strongly feel the urgency of hitting the sack now, such that I have no intentions to make haste catching up with the emails that stacked themselves on my inboxes over the weekend. Tomorrow will be their appointed time under the heavens.
Tipping the cup over, I look at tomorrow with a ready heart and eyes wide open to the wonders of life.
June 9, 2013 Respond
Did you know that the church at San Vicente, Tabaco, Albay has been declared a diocesan shrine? The shrine hosts a relic of its patron saint, San Vicente Ferrer, and is visited by an ever-growing number of devotees who seek healing and intercession for their petitions, with many of them coming back with gratitude. Many…