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how was your weekend?

Was it a happy wash day?

Or did you go bird watching?

Or maybe spent it with your very best friend?

Or did you have some bonding time with dad at the movies? 42 more words

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rushing to meet the water

I almost missed the tiny figure amid the ruins of a once beautiful beach house if not for the bright yellow vest as I sped past on my Sunday photo drive. 20 more words

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shopping in the dark

The Tacloban public shopping center used to be a bright place with many small shops.  It is almost a city block in size and features a wide open grassy space in the middle that was accessible through 4 passages, one on each side of the complex.   168 more words

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I have shied away from visiting temporary relocation shelters for many reasons, one of them being the lack of dignity afforded to the residents in these communities. 402 more words

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fun day

I took a stroll along Magallanes Street today and found myself chatting with this kind lady who will be turning 80 in a few weeks.  She was finishing her early morning chores of washing dishes and utensils, and very much thankful for being able to do these tasks at her age. 63 more words

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It just doesn’t feel like a weekend is complete without a photo walk but there are times when we can’t do anything about it.  One day is just not enough to do everything I want to do, especially when it involves hitting the snooze button a hundred times before getting out of bed and catching an afternoon flight.   269 more words

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Palm Sunday

It’s that time of the year again when the pious gather around church altars to have their palm frond crosses blessed by priests.  It’s also a time when enterprising people get to share in some of the blessings by way of selling palm frond crosses outside these churches. 139 more words

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