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Back in the blogging world. YES!

I am back. And I thank God!

There are so many things I would like to post about. Unable to blog for more than a month, eagerly gives me the momentum to lividly talk about the lessons I learned from moving our home.

But, perhaps, I'd like to reserve that for the coming days since I would like to stay in the path of positivity. And so, I am going to just say that I heard: our City's former mayor, Bayani Fernando plans to run for Philippine President. Hep Hep Hooray! Yes! Yes, And Yes!

I shall sign up to become one of BF's volunteers if indeed he makes his crucial and final decision to try his luck in the 2010 Philippine Presidential elections.


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