(message board 49)
Date: June 20, 2007
The recent orgy to build a
shinning city on the hill, based on my curious observation, borders on
hubris, pride and prejudice. Many among us rush to turn our towns into
cities like a feeding frenzy without seriously considering the
equilibrium of benifits and negative aspects of cityhood. Due to hubris,
few hungers for a charter change, because of pride, many rush to build a
city out of a beautiful existing prosperous town, and out of prejudice,
certain circles think it's imperative to live in a city that looks down
on other humble towns.
A humble town has less demands
on its citizenry in terms of taxes, budget gaps and other basic services
a city has to shoulder. Although a city has the potential to prosper
beyond possible dreams, its responsibility's enormous, staggering and
overwhelming to say the less. It only takes a village to prosper, but it
takes a city to decay when it reaches a state of despair due to the
burden inherent in a city status.
It's the character of its
citizens and honesty of its leaders to build a shinning city on the hill
with highways extending from the center to the frontiers like spokes of
a wheel. The city of Rome was founded on the dreams of strong leaders
and compliant citizenry that must be emulated by those who strong desire
to build a city.
Hubris, pride and prejudice do
not a shinning city make, but they will lead to perdition, vice and
Address: Atlanta, GA
Hello Nhel. Good for you that
you were in section 3... ako section 6. But anyway we're still in the
same batch, right? When ka maatend alumni? Here's my fon #256-7143973.
Hi Zandie, kanay ka nag hatag
hin letter. Kay ako Cajepe liwat mayda ko relatives dida ha Tacloban.
Ada hiya natrabaho ha Coca-Cola. Hi Sonia akon ngaran. An akon mother
taga Calbayog pero may mga relatives ko nga mga taga Sta. Rita. Bangin
kita mag patod.
Nacario Cajipe Jackson
Address: 4099 maxanne dr., Kennessaw, Georgia 30144,
Hi Sandra! how are you? Ive
read your message, and sorry that I did not answer you right away. Are
you the daughter of mano Nonoy Cajipe and mana Macing? Iknow you are in
Tacloban working. If you are the one, did you get married? of course, he
he he its been a long time since the last time we got together. Say
hello to your father and mother and sister, I always see your sister in
Sta. Rita. Hello also to your hubby. Miss you all. See you in Sept. ok?
love ya all!!!!
Address: Nijaga St., Calbayog City, Samar
Date: May 19, 2007
Mr. Maglana ayaw kahulop san
taxes kay damo an mga Samarnon nga waray babayaran, kay waray ngani
trabaho. Pero kon siyudad na madudugngan an aton congressman, ngan
budget para ha Samar. What is wrong with that? Ngan an balaod nadamo la
an taxes kon an aton gobierno sasaguton ang mga basic needs han katawhan.
We need to create jobs and businesses, to generate more funds. Ambot kon
pareho kita pananaw, kon an imo pag kita san govierno pareho han red
cross o mga Foundations then we are not in the same page.
An govierno nabulig ito para
maprotectahan an kada tagsa nga businesses ngan kadatagsa nga katungod.
Kon an aton govierno mangangawat la an officiales, may katungod an
katawhan pag kuha han ira gahom through special elections, with the
petition of the majority of the people. Para ha akon mabuhay an
Catbalogan City, Borongan City, ngan kon mauupod an Catarman maupay
kunta para magdaradamo an aton mga congressman nga mabulig o manganawat.
But I believe the tide is
changing and the people are starting to wake up. Dire matitigda an
pagbalhin, pero may ada na signales. If you read it wrong, you have to
take few step back, ngan kitaon kon may pag babag-o. AN IYO SANGKAY NGAN
BUGTO PARA HA SAMAR.
Address: Virginia, USA
Sorry, ngayon lang ako nag
check ng samar news. Thank you sa pag sagot mo ng message ko. Section 3
ako noon. Kung puedi can I have your phone # if you don't mind. Malayo
pala kami sa Virginia Tech. Siguro mga 2 to 3 hours. Kumosta nalang
Name: Mr. W. A.
Address: Villareal, Samar
Date: June 19, 2007
Mr. Felipe Maglana Jr.'s
litany on the pains of cityhood is now moot. Whatever last attempt he
had to ditch and discourage Catbaloganons from resoundingly voting YES
to cityhood can now be remembered as a rejoinder in bad taste. While he
laments tax woes and high prices of commodities as results of
conversion, he fails to point out the good things that are born with
Surprisingly, it is the first
time I heard that Calbayognons venture to Catbalogan to buy construction
materials, spare parts and clothing materials in bulk because they are
cheap(?) in Catbalogan. Calbayognons would rather go to Cebu than suffer
the inconveniences of traveling through worst highways. Besides, I never
believed that Calbayognons will want to reconvert into a municipality
after enjoying the status of a chartered city just to "reckon its glory
days as a bungto"?
Mayor Mel Sarmiento can never
redeem himself from his treacherous act of blocking the cityhood of a
well-loved town in Samar (Adoy Masakit, Girlie Grimaldi, Tonyboy Morales
et al.) Only Mayor Sarmiento and Mr. Maglana have expressed deep
opposition to Catbalogan's bid for cityhood. What they (Mayor Sarmiento
and Mr. Maglana) should do is to cranck their brains out and be creative
to further increase revenues without resulting to new taxes so that more
Calbayognons would appreciate their selfless efforts rather than view
them as selfish adventurists. With Mel Sarmiento at the helm in Calbayog
City, Catbalogan City can surpass in five years what gains Calbayog City
achieved in almost five decades. Catbalogan was by no means a trading
capital eversince the Jesuits founded it, Catbaloganons are intrepid
traders, truly they will SURVIVE!
Address: New York City, New York, USA
Date: 18 June 2007
Though I'm half a world away,
I join my fellow Catbaloganons in celebrating this historic and
momentous event. Thanks to Catbalogan Mayor Coefredo "Tekwa" Uy and to
the countless people who supported Catbalogan's long-overdue cityhood.
Mabuhay, CATBALOGAN CITY!
Address: Tacloban City, Leyte 6500
Date: 18 June 2007
Hello. Nakit an ko im e-mail
ad ngan ngaran. My name is Zandra Cajife-Melo. Iba it tat spelling hit
Cajife but some of my relatives amo ito it ira ka spell. Hope to hear
Address: Narra St, Barangay 10, Patag, Catbalogan City
Date: 17 Jun 2007
Today, is a historic date for
Catbaloganons. This is the day that we will decide our children's
future. This is date that we will be economically empowered. I just wish
that we, Catbaloganons are politically matured enough to choose wisely
for cityhood, because it means attraction of investments, increase
employment opportunities and improvement of delivery of basic services
as well as infrastructure projects to name a few.
Of course we have the price to
pay to progress, but the economic advantages and consequences outweighs
these. Some quarters suggest that it may raise taxes and costs of living
to achieve these things and I'm afraid this is an unnecessary "evil" in
a democracy to effect a higher standard of living, moreover,
psychologically Catbaloganons will no longer have second thoughts to
tell evryone where you came from, because in some parts of the country,
if you come from Samar it connotes a negative perception of what and who
you are, economically speaking.
Folks! I believe that we are
not that naive not to vote for YES for Catbalogan cityhood. May I
congratulate you in advance for voting YES to progress. MABUHAY KITA!!
Address: New Zealand
Date: June 16, 2007
A Samarnon that is, the Mayor
of Calbayog and yet he has the guts to block an economic upbeat of Samar
Calbayog had been a city for a
long time. What benefit did the whole of Samar get out of it? Obviously,
Calbayog has not much to brag as of today since their politicians had
been too busy doing other things rather than the expected duties
entrusted to them by the people.
Catbalogan and Borongan is in
the verge of becoming a city which implies a boast in the economic
development of Samarnons either on the West, East and North. Blocking
this opportunity can only be pursued by a sick person.
We are talking of the island
of Samar and not the island of Calbayog. So my dear Mayor of Calbayog,
give Samar a chance!
Nhel ano pala ang complete
name mo, tapos anong section ka noong fourth year tayo? Hope naalala mmo
pag nag intrams tayo. Hope to hear from you soon.
Felipe B. Maglana Jr.
Address: Calbayog City
Date: June 15, 2007
Several hours from this
posting, Catbaloganons will go to the polls to say YES to Catbalogan's
cityhood. My heartfelt congratulations in advance to my fellow Samarenos.
Senator Nene Pimentel will fall from his chair if we Samarenos will say
yes to the plebiscite because the law that he sponsored placed very
stringent criteria in the creation of new cities due to the mushrooming
of so many new cities that could hardly meet the income, area and
population requirement of that law passed by the senate and approved by
GMA several years ago.
But we want to have another
city in the island of Samar. We want to pay more taxes so that our
income will raise up and we will be called a city, we want to have more
population to maintain the tax input of the government but how about the
area in proportion to the population requirement?
Somewhere in the good
intention of the law somethings maybe are lost. The, what was called as,
opposition of Mel Sarmiento to the cityhood of Catbalogan, although he
is just following the strict provisions of the law, may be in the future
be reckoned to have its advantages, as our old folks in Calbayog reckon
the glory days of Calbayog as a bungto.
Why do Calbayognons and people
living in our beautiful Samar islands and islets go to Catbalogan to buy
construction materials, spare parts and clothing materials in bulk?
Simple, the prices in Catbalogan are more competitive or cheaper that
the price in Calbayog because its expensive daw in Calbayog. Why?
Cityhood has some responsibilities and among them is to maintain the tax
collection, if not to surpass the past years' collection, to maintain
your city class, whether third, fourth second or first.
Totoy Rosales was unpopular in
the last months of his mayorship in Calbayog as he had implemented the
policies of the Bureau of Local Government Finance regarding income
generation of cities, if I remember it right, which resulted in more
taxes, taxes and taxes to increase the city's revenues.
Catbalogan looks nice as a
city. It is far more vibrant than the new cities in Negros and Mindanao.
But, like all other cities, new and old, its residents must pay the
price. Higher real property taxes, higher commodity prices. . . . So
what? Hi-ara kita hito... Mga maduruto gud kita! Samarenos kita! We will
survive as our forefathers survived the most difficult times in our
Address: Catbalogan, Samar
Hello, nabasa ko message mo
kan Laila, musta ka man, hain ka yan? kay ano nga waray ka kumadi pag
attend han aton alumni? ako ngay-an hi Sonia bangin di ka nakilala. Unta
mabasa mo ine nga akon message ha imo. Waiting for your reply.
Address: Makati, Philippines
Date: June 15, 2007
I was born in Gandara but grew
up, studied and spent most of my boyhood in Catbalogan. I only left the
place when I finished my high school and pursued a higher education and
worked in Manila. And for that reason that I have developed a deeper
affection (or love if you will) to this place more than my birthplace
and consider myself Catbaloganon.
I can still remember the days
when we were the most "proud" people of the whole Samar Island in the
sense that they all looked up to us (seemed to me). Our place was
basically then the center of commerce and education of the island. Our
Catbaloganaon waray-waray accent is the most respected among all
Samarnon - then(?).
But look at us now. Borongan,
Catarman and Calbayog have long overtaken us already and our past glory
seemed just a thing of the past. MANY THANKS TO ALL OUR PAST (and
present) MAYORS AND TOWN OFFICIALS and the people who helped them took
Our fault. We helped and
allowed them took our "pride" and glory. We don't blame them at all
neither. They only did what they are supposed to do. Maybe their Mayors
were more brilliant and visionary.
But all is not lost and late.
We can still cope up with them and retake that which was initially ours
in the "past". WE CAN START THE JOURNEY BY SAYING YES TO THE CITYHOOD OF
MABUHAY CATBALOGAN! MABUHAY AN
Address: Sampaloc, Manila
Date: June 14, 2007
Mayor Mel Senen Sarmiento
pagbigyan mo na kaming mga Catbaloganon maging city ang bayan namin.
Hwag 'selfish' masama yon, magagalit ang Diyos sa inyo. Tayo mga pinoy
kung umuunlad ang isang tao or isang lugar dapat tutulongan pa natin.
Alisin na natin ang ugaling 'talangka mentality'. Kon IRA naman para ha
Calbayog cguro naman diri maiibanan an para ha ciudad niyo. 'Team Work'
dapat ipairal natin para umunlad na tayo! Mabuhay an Samar! Mabuhay
Address: 5092 Pommern Str M5, Bleidorn Housing,
Ansbach, Bavaria 01522, Germany
Date: 14 June 2007
Hello. . .Does anybody know
Sosimo Gaborni? If so, please tell him that I am looking for him for a
while now. He was my old classmate in Sacred Heart with Pinky Bolastig
as our Battalion commander of the C.A.T.
Address: 6058 Cranberry Lane East, Jacksonville, Florida
Date: June 13, 2007
I would like to say hello to
all my classmates, Linda Obor, Ana Monsanto, Felicidad Montejo, Liela Ty,
Jose Baldicano and Francisco Yu. I would love to hear from you guys.
Address: Georgia, USA
Hello Nhel... musta ka na? may
i know your complete name para makahinumdum ako... and if you don't
mind.. ano ka nga section han fourth year kta? musta gihap an Virginia
Tech? harani ka la ngada? (hehehehe) When ka mabakasyon para mag-attend
aton Alumni? Regards!
Address: Catbalogan, Samar
Date: 13 June 2007
The rabid opposition of
Calbayog Mayor Mel Senen Sarmiento to Catbalogan's cityhood is an act of
a selfish politician. His ramblings about the potential reduction of
Calbayog's IRA while fiscally possible is not politically sound. He is
earning the ire of the people of Catbalogan and others who believe that
Catbalogan deserves to be crowned a city in the impoverished island of
Perhaps he is telling
Catbalogan a lesson or two on how not to vote somebody from Calbayog.
While his objections have merits, he should have kept his opposition
within the ranks of the League of Cities. He should not be brandishing a
sword in front of the Catbaloganons. He is a young politician with a
colorful future ahead. Since term limits dictate that he could no longer
seek the same position he is currently holding, he will come face to
face with the Catbalogan electorate in the near future. When that time
comes when he runs for a provincial office like governor or vice
governor, he will painstakingly remember year 2007 and his mistake
blocking Catbalogan's cityhood.
Kumosta na! nabasa ko ang
message mo sa samarnews tungkol sa alumni ng Samar high. Batch 85 din
Address: Catbalogan, Samar
Date: 11 Jun 2007
WINNING AND WHINING. The
election season is about to end and a new one is coming. Based on
published reports, the barangay elections will be held this year after
it has been moved several times due to financial constraints. The
midterm congressional elections which was recently concluded, however,
seems to have not ended yet. Winners and whiners are still up and about.
The winners, whether by legitimate means or otherwise, have long
celebrated their victories. The whiners on the other hand have not
ceased their allegations that they have been cheated. No one accepts
their failure to win the election. Unless elections remain highly
questionable, there would always be "winners" and "whiners." Chair
Abalos, it's time to leave a legacy of integrity and reliability.
Date: June 11, 2007
Maupay nga patron han mga
kasangkayan ko nga Zumarraganhon specially to Engineer Edgar Versoza &
family. Fiesta greetings from your friend in Sweden.
Address: New York City, New York, USA
Date: 11 June 2007
Re the article "Barangays
Push to Topple Groups Opposing Catbalogan Cityhood."
I cannot fathom Calbayog Mayor
Sarmiento's rabid and visceral opposition to Catbalogan's cityhood. This
has been his personal, ill-advised and selfish crusade for a long time.
Why he's so against Catbalogan being a city is beyond me. Perhaps
someone can enlighten him and open his mind to the untold benefits that
Catbalogan's cityhood will bring not only to the citizens of Catbalogan
but to all of Samar. I surely hope Catbaloganons vote a resounding "YES"
in the coming plebiscite for Catbalogan's cityhood.
Address: Catbalogan, Samar
Date: 10 June 2007
To Mano Santi Tamidles:
Kakistocracy is what we have
in the Philippines right now. Kakistocracy is a system of government run
by the least qualified or most unprincipled citizens. But, there is
hope! Hope springs eternal in the heart of people like you, sir, who is
willing to do something for his people. God bless you and may your tribe
I will also do something, how
little it may be, to help alleviate the sorry state of our people. It is
the small acts of each and every Filipino that will make this nation
Address: Allen, Northern Samar
Date: June 10, 2007
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Name: Ex waray
Date: 10 June 2007
Have you heard a Filipina
speaking in English with the Waray accent? Talagang sasakit ang tiyan mo
sa katatawa....Please loose the accent or leave it behind if you're
going to be speaking in another language, nakakahiya ka! ha ha...
How do Filipinos portray
themselves abroad? i.e. in the U.K. SOME shouldn't have gone through the
net because they're a DISGRACE. The women are worst. They create trouble
with other Filipinos who are just minding their own business. Maybe
they're jealous of what the other has or maybe she poses as a
competition for her. It's a mentality of Filipinos that will never go
away and it's very destructive. I heard one Pinay had a nervous
breakdown because she had been hounded by other Filipinas. It's
sickening.....they're like a pack of wolves! Maybe it's better to be on
your own sometimes.
Address: Catbalogan, Samar
Date: June 9, 2007
The message posted by Mr.
Marvin Bustamante sparked a lively discussion on language, role of
women, and other related issues. The beginning salvo of Mr. Bustamante
was opposed by two women Madams Fallorin-Clark and Spillane. Mr. W.A.
Ray of Villareal rubbed some salt when he countered the points of the
two women. My hope is not to create more fire over the issue but rather
to emphasize that both sides have raised some good points. As they say,
a sliced cake how thinly cut remains to have two sides. So, an issue
usually has two opposing sides and our task is to see the good points
that each side brings.
From the women's point of
view, the use of a foreign language, in this case English, by pinays
(esp. mga babaye na waray-waray) while in the presence of their
foreigner hubbies is a must to show respect for their loved ones who are
not familiar with the local dialect. That point is well taken. How can
you communicate with somebody who doesn't know Tagalog and Waray? But,
the issue raised by Mr. Bustamante is not merely on using English in
public. What he is complaining about are those trying hard, loud, and
annoying pinays who want to impress the rest of the world that they know
how to speak English. I've encountered their kinds in my travels here
and abroad. In fact, what is more annoying is when they continue to
carry a heavy accent and mispronouncing words (Dadde, git samteng por
mee, place!). Got my point? As you see, when one communicates, one has
to EXPRESS and not IMPRESS. To express is to communicate in a manner
that is normal and respectful of other people's sensibilities. Humility
is a virtue. Surely, those braggarts are not humble.
From the point of view of the
gentlemen, women whether they have the fortune or the misfortune of
having caucasian husbands should not allow air to puff their heads by
the mere fact that they've married somebody who is not colored. The
experience of Mr. Bustamante having flown with pinays who acted strange
being with their white husbands is an experience he alone can speak with
authority. I wasn't there when he felt that these pinays were
disrespectful to other pinoys, too mayabang, and pa English-english pa
even if they are speaking to another brown-skinned brother or sister.
But again, English in itself is not offensive. I would even rejoice to
know that somebody could speak multiple languages. In fact, the emphasis
of the government to promote English as a medium of instruction in our
classrooms is worthy of our support. We should learn more about other
languages of the world. Spanish, French, Japanese, Chinese, Italian,
etc. What is offensive, I believe, is when it is being used as a tool to
brag about their lofty situation in life. There is always a wrong
impression among Filipinos that when one is married to a caucasian that
everything will be a bed of roses. There are also thorns in those
relationships similar to any other relationship. As a suggestion to Mr.
Bustamante, he should never be intimidated by somebody whose skin is
paler than his'. The color of one's skin does not measure the quality of
On the issue of women working
abroad to support their husbands, that to me is a personal matter that
individuals have to contend with. Remember that there is always dignity
in labor and a sweat to earn one's wheat is noble even before the eyes
of God. While we have this notion in the Philippines that women stays at
home to take care of kids, the other side of the world values the
contributions of women to the economy. In fact, economic freedom (being
free from the bondage of poverty) is the springboard of all other
freedoms like political freedom, freedom from violence, etc. So for
these able women to work is not bad at all. What is bad is when they
work using their honor, dignity, and body as capital like selling them
for the highest bidder in Ermita, Japan, and over the internet.
Again, you have all raised
points worth considering. Just a reminder to stick to the issues at hand
and do not engage in 'argumentum ad hominem' or labelling or
Address: Trautmannstr 16, Memmelsdorf 96117, Germany
Date: June 09, 2007
Kumusta ha iyo dida mga taga
Talaloranhons ngatanan, ngan maupay nala nga tiarabot nga patron July
25, kumusta liwat an election dida ano hino an na magdaog, congrats to
the winner and hope to have a good government for the next years to
come. God bless to all of you, kumusta nala han mga relatives, best
friend and my brother and family.
Address: San Policarpo, Calbayog City 6710, Samar
Date: June 9, 2007
Good day mga Samarnon. Si
Mayor Sarmiento naawa magin city an Catbalogan kay maiibanan kuno an
internal revenue allotment (IRA) san mga ciudad. May concern pa lugod
san mga ciudad naiba kumpara san iya igkasi Samarnon.
An ungod gud la na kay
maiibanan an IRA san ciudad sa Calbayog na kun diin gutiay nala ira
bahin bahinon... GRABE AN CORRUPTION SAN KAN Mel Sarmiento Administrayon...
kalolooy san Calbayognon nga nagpapauwat la...KADUKO SAN KWARTA NA
NAWAWARA SAN CALBAYOG. DIRI INI PAKARAUT KAY DIRI AK POLITIKO NGAN DIRI
AK NAMUMULITIKO KAY TAPOS NA AN PINILI-AY (AW PINALITAY NGAY AN BOTOS)
NGAN WARAY AK POLITICAL AFFILIATION.
Didi sa Calbayog mga talawan,
guin aantos la an mga malain nga binuhatan san mga politiko didi. Si
Mayor Mel Maupay la magyakan pero sa buhat corruption an katugbang sa
taga proyekto na bubuhaton. Mayor Mel Sarmiento…maski mo nano paniguro
magasenso an Calbayog kun ada imo pangurakot...waray la guihapon kakadto-an.
Date: June 9, 2007
I fully appreciate your
message concerning the "winning" of Mr. Dodoy Coquilla. In fact, I fully
agree on what you said on that article. Please give alternatives as to
how people will also be "educated" knowing that whether you like it or
not, politicians, congressmen for that matter, receive 70 million pesos
annually from our government in the guise of "pork barrel".
One member of the Phil. senate
2004-2007 did not receive his pork barrel. Reason perhaps why he won
again for this term. Let's just hope that a better future lies ahead of
Name: Mr. W.A.
Address: Villareal, Samar
Date: 8 June 2007
Good Day to Marvin Bustamante.
It such a shame that Mrs. Spillane and Mrs. Clark failed to perfectly
read (or even accurately read) what you raised in your message re:
Engliserang Pinay. If they would again read your message, I'm sure they
will agree that there are still some kababayans of ours whose "small
town, big town" attitude hasn't changed. What these two women (Mrs.
Spillane and Clark) should do is relearn their own language to
understand what you were pointing about in your message, Marvin. True
enough, they have been out of the country for so long that they seem to
have lost their sensitivity.
It is so sad that Mrs.
Spillane and Clark have reduced your observations to mere envy, gender
bias and one's inadequacy in proper social decorum. We should not be
contented and complacent with what material things we have achieved in
search for a good life. There is nothing better that looking back and
planting your feet firmly on the ground, the same ground that has
nurtured you and your dreams as Samarenos. Sad to say, even the names of
these "defenders" are so foreign sounding that they leave us with a
feeling that we are visiting Disneyland. Need I say more? Once in a
while, read the message twice (or even thrice) and brush up your
indigenous language before "violently reacting" to an otherwise innocent
observation. Thanks to Mr. Gaspay and good day to you Marvin.
Address: Atlanta, GA, USA
Hello Alona M. Strand: Thank
you for responding.... since April 3 pa gad la ako didi...ginmingaw ako
dayon ha Samar asya nagbrowse ako samarnews... nakikichika kon hira hino
na liwat an mga nagdaog nga mga politiko...
Regards to your kids and to
your husband... I've seen them in Catbalogan…remember?
Name: Jener A.
Address: 1062 D. Gomez St., Barrio Obrero, Tondo Mla.
Date: june 6 2007
Hola! to all the people of
My dear Laila, musta kana,
wala ka man dito sa alumni natin nag attend kami ni Archie, masaya naman
kaso lang di kompleto wala ka naman di katulad nong previous na alumni
natin na kompleto ang friends. Pero ok na rin masaya din naman kami
nandoon sila Benedicto, marami pang iba, kilala mo si Donato San Pedro?
He was there together with Maritess from Australia. Hope this coming
alumni youll be her para kompleto na naman tayo. Miss u. Reply ka ha?
Waiting for your reply.
Address: Skarvet 29, Tyssedal 5770, Norway
HALLO LAILA, Kumusta? Ako
waray mag-attend han aton alumni kay adi man ako harayo. Sonia
nag-attend hiya lugod. Sana ano sa "host ng batch naton maka-attend kita....
kumusta pala maiha ka na ba dida? My anak ka na ba? Ako 7yrs na didi ha
Norway, my 2 na anak, 1 boy 6 and girl na 4 y.o. Sarap ano pag may
nakita kita nakakilala dinhi! Hope na mag-reply ka rin sa akin… here or
sa email ko...