I was for the underdog, Croatia but I guess it's France' Pogba's time.
Day 1 7:00 AM Already by the highway waiting for a ride. That means bus. My first day of non-comissioned work so I'm kinda anxious to show up early. 7:15 AM My first sighting of a Manila-bound bus. It stops a few meters from where I am and I quickly walk toward it. A passenger... Continue Reading →
FINALLY, the much-awaited UN Volunteers flagship report 2018 State of the World Volunteerism Report (SWVR) with the theme Building Community Resilience in a Turbulent World which "sets out the value of volunteerism in relation to other types of resilience interventions" will be launched during the UN High Level Political Forum (HLPF) on the Sustainable Development Goals on 9 to... Continue Reading →
I was in bed one Sunday morning when my aunt showed up on my front door. She came to get me to attend church service at ten. She came fifteen to ten. "You still sleeping?," she said through the windows on the veranda. I winced wondering if my neighbors heard that. Folks in the province,... Continue Reading →
Friday and the weekend isn't all TGIF. What's not usually mentioned in the anticipation of fun on Friday is...more work but on the home front, and I mean the dreaded laundry. Where we are now, if there was a black out and I've nothing on me that can light the path, I could navigate my... Continue Reading →
Growing up, I was told that the NCR has that culture we always wanted. I was told that this is the only place we might love and curse at the same time. The city of dreams—where budding fashionistas get the spotlight, writers get to publish their works, artists get to sell their art, actors were... Continue Reading →
Earlier this year, the Criterion Collection, which is “dedicated to gathering the greatest films from around the world,” released a restored version of “Breakfast Club" a film written and directed by John Hughes that I acted in, more than three decades ago. For this edition, I participated in an interview about the movie, as did... Continue Reading →