Filipino kids, aren't they cute? Last weekend, Feyma and I were at S&R to buy a few things. Okay, I have to admit, it was my fault. A couple of days before, I was helping out, by washing some dishes. I dropped a glass, and it shattered. Broke into 1000 pieces. This was …Read This Post about Lola, this one
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Most foreigners with experience living in the Philippines will likely recommend building up savings in their home county prior to relocating to the islands. Philippine related websites such as this one (or YouTube videos) do not discuss in much detail some more general retirement …Read This Post about If You’re Reading This, That’s Not Enough
As I reported last week, Feyma and I are moving. Things are moving right along, and by the time this is published, we may already be staying at the new house. In fact, it is very likely. I wanted to give some updates on how things are going, particularly with Internet. That …Read This Post about Moving Update: Internet
I've made a few articles on PayMaya and I noted that PayMaya is becoming popular now because of the abundance of cell phones and the convenience of not having to use cash. They need some more work in my opinion, but they are definitely on the right track. The convenience …Read This Post about PayMaya Continues to Rise
The Thompson Family Christmas this year went as smooth as every year prior thank you Mayang (Mrs. Thompson). My job is to provide ample money for all she needs and off she goes making a wonderful day for the family. But better for me because after my operation awhile back, and my …[Read More...] about I Stopped Asking Why!
About 25 teens gathered at our home on Christmas Eve day. They included our helpers and the 2 bands we sponsor. The older band average age is 17, while the younger band average age is 14. The various instruments laid idle, as the kids were not here to practice. It was time to …[Read More...] about Christmas Party