Well, I am starting something new today, and it is my intention to do it on the website every Saturday (Philippine time). I am going to be giving Bisaya (Cebuano) mini-lessons every week! I learned to speak Bisaya back from 2006 through 2011 from a local tutor, and very close …Read This Post about Personal Greetings in the Philippines
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One thing I hear from a number of expats is about how badly they miss their family and friends back home. To be honest, I have never really had a big problem with this. The way technology is today, I can pick up my cell phone call for free on Skype, Facebook, or many other …Read This Post about Dealing with Death
I have always believed that having heroes is beneficial especially for young people. In the USA, I feel that I was blessed with many historical heroes starting with the American Revolution which the USA won over England. How would heroes like George Washington, Benjamin Franklin …Read This Post about Filipino Heroes: Historical
It began as a promise. Asking a girl to leave the deep provinces of the Philippines for a new life in America, is asking a lot. Abandoning her family and friends, possibly forever, she is entering a new world, one usually devoid of anything familiar; an environment more unlike …Read This Post about Renewing the Vows
I don’t know what you believe, but I grew up in a California suburb and except for my mother’s slight clairvoyant tendencies and a few “superstitions just for fun,” Casper the Friendly Ghost was the only ghost I ever thought about. Until I met my wife. “I remember when I was …[Read More...] about My Life in Cebu: Aswangs, Spirits and Superstitions
Two years ago on 17 March 2016, I check into the hospital for a three-month stay. By the end of May, I was home again and on the mend. I had three operations during my first thirty-six hours there and completely missed Saint Patrick’s Day. BTW I’m fine now. “Lá fhéile Pádraig …[Read More...] about The Luck of the Irish