July 17, 2006: The day when I heard the words “You have cancer”. These words pierced through my heart. What can be more painful than hearing those words that you … Continue reading
Happy 2nd birthday, Scribbles!
Happy birthday, Scribbles! We love you!
At long last, I had the chance to update my blog after a very long time. Articles will still be written in here, and I have added a new page … Continue reading
Is Pacquiao really the winner?
Majority of the people who watched the fight might be disappointed with the result of the match. Most of them expressed their opinion that Marquez should’ve won the match. But … Continue reading
Slingshot of FAITH: 5th year of Survival.
Perhaps one of the most feared word today is Cancer. We might have or might have encountered family or friends who battle cancer. Young or old, no matter where you … Continue reading
“Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones, but Words Will Never Hurt Me.”
I would take these words literally and show everyone how well they are truly meant for me having undergone a most agonizing ten-hour bone operation to excise the bone tumor … Continue reading
Got a torn tire – Praise God!
Was driving home from Los Banos with Dad when we got a flat tire on the upper right side of the car approaching our City. Now, here goes the story. … Continue reading
Finding the ‘hidden forests’
My Dad, Paul Manalo, a National Consultant with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations had a travel at Bohol where he organized a media visit to their … Continue reading
Enough of the Arroyo Administration!
We, Filipinos, are so unlucky here in the Philippines considering the problems the country faces, thanks to the maneuverings of a fake president. Despite all the scandals and allegations of … Continue reading
Manny “PACMAN” Pacquiao makes history!
“Pambansang Kamao”, as we, Filipinos, call him, won the biggest fight in his boxing career yesterday. Manny Pacquiao beat the hell out of the Golden Boy, Oscar Dela Hoya. It … Continue reading