We’ll, it’s Valentine’s Day. We celebrate love. As for my own two-cents worth of contribution to this entire celebration, I would like to share a reproduction of a letter that a man wrote to his beloved on the day that she was wed to another: Continue reading “It’s just LOVE!!”
So I find myself at the end of yet another tough work day, in search for ways to bring down stress and relieve the mind of the work-related gridlock that threatens to keep it occupied and engaged way into the evening hours. A lot of options come to mind, but one stands out. Continue reading “Just another stress relief”
Perhaps we can erase the “forever” part, but the water indeed is crystal clear. That is, in my 50-gallon freshwater tank. It’s so clear that sometimes the fishes inside look as if they’re floating in the air. Continue reading “Crystal clear water.. forever.”
“What you don’t have, you don’t need it now.”
When the legislative becomes a mere stamping pad for the whims of the executive, or the other way around, it’s no longer a function of check and balance, but a downright conspiracy.
– In one of the pleadings I submitted in court, in a case that we initiated against a Local Government Unit. We lost in that one.
“Try to be useful to somebody.. and try to be kind.”
– President Barack Obama. He said it to Bear Grylls during their episode on Running Wild.
About a year ago, I was able to get a hold for my own of a Nikon DSLR and a Tamron 18-200mm lens to go with it. Not really that I am into photography, it just seemed to me that having a better way of capturing a moment in time would be something nice. Continue reading “Flowers in the yard.”
The COMELEC did not disqualify Sen. Grace Poe to run for president in the May 2016 elections. Let’s make no mistake about that. Certainly, the Commission does not have the power or authority to rule on matters relating to the qualifications of candidates for membership to the House of Representatives, the Senate, and for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency. Continue reading “Poe Versus COMELEC”
Okay, this one is going to be short. At least, in this article, a good food can be had in four simple and very easy steps. All that one has got to do is find it, pick it, wash it, and grill it. For that, one could not be more thankful for the bounty of the sea that is the Tañon Strait Protected Seascape. In particular, the intertidal mudflats along the coastlines of Barangays Manipis and Luca, in Tanjay City, and the “tagnipis” shellfish that inhabit in there. Continue reading “Chill with the grill…”
In a previous article, this writer made a commitment to do another one that traces the steps of something that began as the “ugpan” shellfish in Manong Boning‘s basket, and ended up on an empty plate [picture above] that’s due for the dishwasher. This is it. Continue reading “The Ugpan Pasta”