Monday, April 28, 2008

Winged Moment

It’s summer time! Wow! I never thought summer here in the US can be as hot as in the Philippines. It’s the same world, I think, lol! You know, one of the fondest memories I have while growing up was playing mud in the rice field. I remembered how scared we are when my young, little sister was kicked by the horse maybe because it was being invaded by our loud screaming. All of us sure loved playing in the rice field. There was no TV back then. In the afternoon, we just hang out together in the rice field like it’s some sort of a play ground to us. And when we get hungry, we just look for some fruits to eat. It’s either the green mango or papaya- we didn’t care. Sometimes, we just climb at our neighbor’s guava tree to satisfy our hunger, hahaha!
Our summer vacation (in school) starts in April to May. And that’s the harvest season for the rice too. One of our favorite chore then is to take care of the rice field. That is, to keep the bird from eating the almost ripen rice grains. Our Dad would let us stay in there to take care of the farm.

The main problem for the farmers during this season is the bird. They usually flock together to grab some food. If you don’t scare them away, they won’t left anything for you to harvest at all. So, we tag a thread together, put an empty can with some stone on it and it will go from one pole to another. So, when the birds will come to touch the hays of rice, we’ll just have to touch the pole that connected all the thread. It will make a noise to threaten the birds. Pretty easy job! But the easiest though is this ingenuity that the natives had created- the scarecrow. Some people had been very creative just like this:

(take a closer look to appreciate their efforts:)

Oh, I can still hear the echoes of laughter while running around, making our kite fly and stepping on the mud like it’s not going to end. I missed those days, really!

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Forbidden Voices

We went to the car wash today and happened to talk to a Cuban lady. She is my husband’s acquaintance then. She worked there as a cashier and her Mom was with her at the cash register. My husband was so curious about the politics in Cuba. He asked her Mom if she liked Fidel Castro, she just shakes her head. Then he asked her if she liked Bush- still the same answer, no. Finally, he asked her if she liked it here in the US better; she said not. She missed her hometown. She missed talking to the neighbors at the end of the day. It is some sort of social thing to them, she continued. I was so surprised because that was my Mom’s complain when she stayed here for over a month. She keeps complaining it’s so boring and lonely here. She can’t see any neighbor hanging around at night time. It’s pretty odd for her to go outside the house and see only cars passing by or maybe some people walking their dogs.

Things are very different from way back home. You will see a lot of bystanders hanging around alongside the roads. When I was a kid, I remembered how the neighbors gathered together in the streets as early as 5AM asking what the result of the lotto was. I remembered how my Aunt was so pissed at my Uncle because he was just scratching his rooster very early in the morning. Things are very slow way back there. There’s not much opportunity that people had nothing to do all day but wait. It’s even confusing to me at a young age, why people had nothing to do but just lurking, talking and dishing the dirt against their friends or whoever is absent in the group. It’s a very sad scenario where some mothers will just sit in there nursing the baby because they don’t want to miss the gossips, hahaha!

Anyway, I could go on and on with all my quetches but it’s not gonna change anything. Who knows, a good guy capable of being a President will soon rise and be a leader who will be of great service to the Filipino nation. I don’t know, it’s pretty hopeless though.

Friday, April 25, 2008

Let's Eat!

Food is probably the most popular topic in a Filipino community - either we are in our country or living outside the country. I remembered how skinny I was when I worked in Taiwan. I missed my Mom’s home cooking so terribly. Their foods are too exotic for me. Every time we got a chance to talk at work, we always count the number of foods we missed back home. It just goes on and on till we get hungry. Well, on any occasions, the best food you can eat is the lechon or the whole roasted pig. Hmmm, yum!

When Jim went to the Philippines and spent Christmas with my family, he was not eating at all. Yes, he jut missed his American food. He said, he felt sorry for the pig that was stuck in the butt, lols! I thought that was very funny because it’s our best cuisine. We all loved lechon.

It’s just amusing how cultures and lifestyle clashed sometimes. Some things can be fine in one culture but bad to some. Just like the way we prepare or eat fish. I for one just loved eating the eyeball part. I remembered how our father told us that he will just buy more eye balls next time because we were fighting for it. Or most of us do love the exotic food of dinuguan. It is a Filipino savory stew of blood and meat simmered in rich, spicy gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili and vinegar. The term dinuguan comes from the word dugo meaning "blood". Everytime, I mention these foods to my husband, he’ll just shake his head. It grossed him out, hahaha!

Hey! That’s our culture just like we are grossed at how the beef comes in rare, lols! Looking at it now, I felt like my husband is right- it seemed so brutal to cook a pig like that but then its how we are brought up with. Okay, that’s enough. It’s making me hungry.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008


Bitter are the tears of a child:
Sweeten them.
Deep are the thoughts of a child:
Quiet them.
Sharp is the grief of a child:
Take it from him.
Soft is the heart of a child:
Do not harden it.
-Pamela Glenconner

Education in the Philippines has a similar system to that of the United States. These days, Filipino children enter school at about age four, starting from Nursery up to Kindergarten. At about seven years of age, children enter a primary school.

During our time though, the pre-school is only optional. When I entered grade 1 at the age of 7, I already know the alphabet and how to write my name. I guess, my Mom is such a good teacher. I did well in school although I’m pretty shy. I remembered in grade 3, one of my teachers assigned me to teach another classmate who doesn’t know how to read. I thought that was a big responsibility. I felt sorry for my classmate because he really cannot read even a simple word. Very curious, I went to their house since we’re neighbors. His Mom asked me how her son doing in school. I just said- he’s learning just like me. Then, she mentioned she was not able to finish high school and she doesn’t want her kids to be like her who had a problem with reading. I felt so bad to realize how could a parent teach her kids and help with all their homework when she- herself doesn’t know how to read? I certainly understand her frustrations. If only she knew how her son was being bullied in school. I can still hear my teacher or my classmates teasing him that when a letter “A” comes in, it goes out to letter “O”- meaning, a zero score. I mean, it’s sad because it’s true. I just don’t understand why my classmates and even the teacher were so rude. It’s not his fault to be born not too smart.

But well, it’s how we are being measured in our society. If only his parents were rich although he’s dumb- it would have been different.

Monday, April 21, 2008

Charcoals and Woods

The smell of my Mom’s home cooking would wake me up early in the morning. The yummy fried, dried fish or scrambled eggs and hot cocoa are always ready in the table when we get up. That’s the best treat we can get before going to school. She wakes up early in the morning most of the time. I mean, as early as 4AM. When everybody is still snoring while she’s so busy watering the flowers in the garden.

I was not a kitchen slave when I was growing up. It’s my most hated chore then especially rainy days. You know why? Because of this:

One time, it took me an hour or so just to make a fire from wet woods. My eyes were sore and I was so frustrated I cannot boil water for the rice. Since then, I always choose some other family chores. I don’t care if I have to baby sit my younger brothers the whole day than cooking or clean the whole house! Oh boy, it really takes a lot of practice to prepare a whole good meal for just an hour. That's one thing I had never accomplished when I was a kid. Most of my friends are very good at it as early as 5 years old.

Oh well, I just told myself to work harder just so I won't end up cooking on the same pot over the next 20 years. I guess, I have been a big dreamer ever since.

Friday, April 18, 2008

Thoughts on Polygamy

There is just lot of things going on these past few days: the heated debate of the Democratic nominees, the raid of the FLDS Church regarding Polygamy in Texas and the first visit of the Pope to the US after heavy scandals on child molestation by some priests. In a nutshell, it is a question of faith, peace and being a brother’s keeper. A fallen leader or prophet, a President at stake, a Pope trying to iron the issues- is nothing surprising at all. The cycle of the generations in centuries and history just go back and forth. Are we just a generation of too much information, too much knowledge at hand and yet, forgot the basic?

My heart was completely torn for the Moms who were being separated from their kids. I just can’t believe that in an advanced civilization like America- such community would exist. It’s ridiculous to hear a Mom on TV kept asking for justice in “the Land of the Brave and the Land of Free”. While I may not be there to witness the situation first hand but then, I felt so desperate how all these kind of society or these people allow themselves to be a victim? I don’t even understand why these ladies are crying for justice without even knowing what they’re crying all about and use their religion or faith as an excuse? For me, it is the laziness of these people that have trapped themselves to a perpetual ignorance. I agree, it is not a question of religion- it is a question of awareness. They just fail to question their religious beliefs or even try to make an effort to understand the reason behind that law. A major form that laziness takes is FEAR. My take on this is: if they’re asking for justice and freedom, why would they allow their kids to be married as early as 13? Or let their leader control them by pulling out the head of the family or the Dad out from that household, leave and start another family in another city with a new wife?

Well, here's an insight from one of my favorite author, CS Lewis:
Of course, I quiet agree that the Christian religion is, in
the long run, a thing of unspeakable discomfort. But it does not begin in
comfort; it begins in the dismay and it is no use at all trying to go on to that
comfort without first going through that dismay. In religion, as in war and
everything else, comfort is one thing you cannot get looking for it. If you look
for the truth, you may find comfort in the end: if you look for comfort you will
not get either comfort or truth-only soft soap and wishful thinking to begin
with and the in the end, despair.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Where Do You Live?

Kahlil Gibran said on the “The Prophet” that your house is your larger body. It grows in the sun and sleeps in the stillness of the night.
In a tropical country like Philippines- it is very convenient to have a house made of Nipa or palm leaves or grass. It is, as the name implies, a hut, raised a few feet above the ground, sea or mud and constructed out of bamboo tied together, with a roof using dried grass. They were once the first houses of the Philippines before the Spaniards arrived. I liked the simplicity of its design basically because it’s very comfortable place to relax and stay. It provides very good ventilation and are made from very inexpensive materials. It is actually a basic shelter for the common Filipinos.

As you see, it is very different from a carpeted floor. It is pretty easy to maintain like for instance- after you eat your meal, you just have to let the leftover grains of rice pushed through the holes on the bamboo floor, lols! At night, since the silence is so maddening, you can just let the window open for some airconditioning, lols! Well, that's true. It's safe. Oh well, who will bother to steal your charcoal-coated pan anyway?

I still remember one time we had a big typhoon. Since we live in an island, it doesn’t have too much of covering from the strong winds. After a day of extremely cyclonic, powerful winds and torrential rain; most houses were devastated- leaving most of the residents a broken, messy house. It doesn’t have enough support and because it is easy to build, it’s easy to destroy too. One thing for sure that instill in my memory at that time was the true spirit of bayanihan. People help each other restore and build their houses again. Or even literally help each other carry the whole house to another location. The four large poles requires a lot of people. It is where the community members volunteer to help a family move to a new place.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Had Enough Sleep?

Sleep is one of those amusing things about being a human being -- you just have to do it. The sleep needs vary from person to person, and they change throughout the lifecycle. Most adults need 7–8 hours of sleep each night. Some people believe that adults need less sleep as they get older. But there is no evidence to show that older people can get by with less sleep than younger people. As people age, however, they often get less sleep or they tend to spend less time in the deep, restful stages of sleep. Older people are also more easily awakened.

There are many common myths about sleep. We hear them frequently especially when we were kids. Oh, our Mom always scatters the mat on the floor after lunch for us to get a nap. I really hated that. I can’t sleep at all. I can hear my playmates screaming, laughing and playing outside and too bad I can’t go and play with them. All these nap-ritual was implemented to us by our parents because they said; getting enough sleep will help us grow taller. Hmmm, am not sure about that.

As I grow older, I tend to sleep a lot. I always make it a point that I had 8-hour sleep at night and at least an hour nap in the afternoon. Wow, I’m such a sleeper, ain’t it? In our town, the most common scenario you will see is this:

It’s funny how everything just stopped for a while after lunch and wonder where everybody goes? It is part of our tradition- siesta. For me, naps planned as part of a regular daily routine can be useful in promoting wakefulness after you awaken. My husband doesn’t do that; so- he always tease me about getting a nap even when I’m already here in the US.

Okay, I guess am off for siesta now.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Enjoy Being A Woman

It’s great to be a woman. With so many things that you can do, wear and become, there’s no better time to live. In big cities, everywhere you turn- everybody is wearing the appropriate style or fashion. People in all walks of life struggle to live up to the standards of their lifestyle. When you’re in the plane, all you get are these fashion magazines filled with beauty tips and secrets or if not how to make love the right way, ugh! Okay, that’s enough.

Wait a minute…how about these ladies? How would you justify the extravagance of being simple? With all our preconceived notion of fashion as well as the lifestyle that we are aware of- of course, we would say they are just but primitive people.

I don’t have any intention to embarrass Indonesians as this picture was taken in Bali 15 years ago. Somehow, I was so bewildered to the extent of their health issues not on the fashion that they have come to know of. Just imagine how these people walk an extra mile too many times a day hauling home gallons of water in a container or sack of rice in their heads. In steep, remote highlands where they live- getting something to eat is a daily challenge. Their whole life is all about having a good meal and water to drink.

This picture have so much to teach us. Everytime we complain, everytime we only think of ourselves, everytime we are overwhelmed with pain. I sometimes wonder why and how they do it.

Monday, April 14, 2008

Only In the Philippines

On the day I left for Los Angeles about a year ago, I felt happy and at the same a little bit sad. Although the country has been so economically ill for such a long time still my heart goes to her.
I was observing these people going inside the mall, some are patiently waiting outside for the jeepney, while some just get out of the taxi. I have been to Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore and I never found anything like that- jeepney. Its amazing how this car has been the most popular transportation in the country for a long time. It is actually the most inexpensive public transportation.
Back to the times when the American troops started to leave the country at the end of World War II, a lot of excess jeeps were given to the Filipinos. Then being as creative as they are, the Filipinos altered, stripped the whole vehicle down and added some other chrome hood ornaments to be able to fit more passengers on it. It quickly developed to be a recognized public transportation.
The fare for going to school cost around 1 Peso- when I was in college. However, due to the fluctuations of oil prices, its rate would be the first to get affected with. People have no other choice but to deal with the fare increase every now and then.

I admit I have a lot of fun memories riding in a jeepney as well as horrible. There are some scenes inside the vehicle that may not be appropriate but has become acceptable. It’s either; you can hear somebody talking out so loud with a seatmate, or an old passenger asking the driver to turn down the volume of the stereo, or another passenger screaming that her necklace had just been snatched by another passenger, or a driver yelling out to the passengers waiting alongside the road. During college, most students always pick the good-looking jeepney. It should be new/well-decorated and with loud music on it. I know its ridiculous but if you will be riding for an hour or so, and then it would just be fun, lols!
Oh well, I could go on and on with all these since this is the culture that I had been brought up with. I still missed those days in the island where the jeepney will not run till it’s full- meaning, more passengers up in the roof, in the sides and in the middle aisle. This, they said- “only in the Philippines”. It has become the symbol of a Filipino culture.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

A Unity in Diversity

I have read quiet a few of Zen books. They fascinate me so much to realize how factual their teachings are. I agree that Zen indeed is more of a Science than a Religion. I still remember the meaning of Science when I was in grade school. It is a systematized body of knowledge based on facts, observation and experimentation. I consider Religion as one person’s world view. It is an understanding of what life is all about which includes embracing the reality of Mystery.

We all do have a religion. Some people say they are atheist, some are agnostic, Buddhists, Christians, etc. The moment you said you don’t believe in a God or Allah or Buddha or any Superior Being, then that very concept itself is a religion. We all develop a personal religion over our years of existence. Scientists have an enormous difficulty in believing the reality of God basically because they cannot measure it.

In my own culture, the phenomenon of a belief in God is not at all impressive. I see a lot of hypocrisy on it, just like the Pharisees in the Bible. I see dogmatism, ignorance, superstition, rigidity. Yet; however you look at all these infinite issues of whether there’s a God or not it will just lead you to endless questions with different answers and possibilities.

As what Michael Stark & Michael Washburn in “Beyond the Norm” had said.
"The true wonder of the world is available everywhere, in the minutest parts of our bodies, in the vast expanses of our cosmos, and in the intimate interconnectedness of these and all things… We are part of a connectedness of these and all things. We are part of a finely balanced ecosystem in which interdependency goes hand-in-hand with individuation. We are individuals, but we are also parts of a greater whole, united in something vast and beautiful beyond description."

Happy Sunday to all!

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Caught on Film

Every picture tells a story. I can’t help but stop and look at this picture of ladies doing the laundry. I was laughing hysterically when my husband told me the story behind this simple photo taken 10 years ago in Boracay.

He was looking around at the beach resort where he was staying at. Then, he was so surprised looking at these ladies. “What the hell are they doing to my clothes?” he wondered. The manager said that’s how they do the laundry. There’s no washer and dryer in that resort. It was pretty shocking to him then. But he said all the clothes came in clean, well-ironed and smelled fresh.

It very much reminded me of my childhood days. The whole supply of water is not enough for the whole community especially during summer. So, we have this place- a tank full of water with only one faucet. All neighbors go there to fetch water and do their laundry. Most housewives will do their laundry together and listen to the drama-series or some sort of soap opera in their favorite radio station. Eventually, every conversation will lead to gossips.
Oh well, what else can you expect from people who just lived all their lives in a small island with no TV?

Friday, April 11, 2008

The Enchanting Paradise

Let's take a look at Boracay. Though widely-known for its magnificent white sand and a pretty sunset over the ocean- I'm so curious about its history. I was even telling my husband if we can go there for the summer vacation. He just replied, it's not the same Boracay he had known 10 years ago. A very charming, virgin beaches and very natural. Here's what he got.

Okay, based on Wikipedia information- Boracay is a tropical island located approximately 315km (200 miles) south of Manila and 2km off the northwest tip of the island of Panay in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. The island was originally home to the Ati tribe. It is part of Aklan Province which became an independent province on April 25, 1956. Formerly undiscovered, it wasn't till the 1970s that tourism began to develop in Boracay, and the island became popular with backpackers in the 1980s.

Its pure, white and cottony-like sand had charmed the world and made it to be one of the world's finest beaches.

(See how that guy being carried to the shore coz he doesn't want his shoes to get wet? Take a closer look..)
Now, it is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. It has become well-commercialized. High-rise hotels, expensive restaurants and crowded beaches overwhelmed the whole idea of summer vacation in Boracay. It has helped the country economically but did it really help the residents? Yes, they got the jobs. But are their salaries good enough to survive from the high-priced prime commodities? Probably more pricey compared to the local grocery store in the other provinces.
Well, here's what Boracay looks like now. After all, I don't blame my husband. To each its own.

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Wednesday, April 9, 2008

A Song of Gratitude

I obtain so much happiness from just being able to see light in everyday,
I love to gaze at the dancing branches of the trees,
And realize how incredibly grateful I am for what I have been given,
And everything that YOU have unselfishly shared.
I just can’t stop smiling whenever I try to count all my blessings,
Knowing that I couldn’t count that much,
Even if I have forever with me.

I am eternally grateful on how you chased so many dark clouds away,
And given me days full of sunshine and tender warmth.
But until forever is here,
Until forever gives me another chance,
Till my whole life is lived,
I will eternally utter my praises to you, my God
I will constantly smile for every thought of you,
I will hold you in my heart as much as you hold mine,
I will feel blessed by your presence, in my mind, in my heart,
And it would be forever to give back all the happiness you’ve given me.
And it would take me forever to find the right words,
For all the thanks I would like to express
For all the profoundly comforts you have shared,
And for all the wonderful feelings of being loved and accepted.
Until forver is not enough, I will always love you.

Please join us in this love-link tagging. It's very inspirational.

1. Compose a "Statement of Gratitude" (Why are you grateful and what are you grateful for?)
2. Choose a graphic from
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On emailed statements, please include:
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3. Graphic (if you have one) as an attachment.
4. Your Site name (Anonymous will be be accepted.)
5. Your site's URL
6. Country / State / City where you reside (just the country will be okay)

Your "Statement of Gratitude" will have its own URL with a direct link back to your site, if you have one. It will be indexed on my sidebar by date, number, and your site name/your name/or Anonymous. Send in as many Expressions of Gratitude as you'd like. If you choose to remain anonymous, no identifying information will EVER be disclosed to anyone.You are encouraged to post the "Statement of Gratitude" on your own site and please copy the following statement at the end of your post, if you would be so kind. This does come with a generous helping of "link-love," and tagging is completely optional.

After all everyone has something to be grateful for and/or something to complain about. If you would like to share, please follow the appropriate link and do so: "Are You Grateful?", "Complain Complain Complain."Contributors to "Are You Grateful?" & "Complain Complain Complain.": 1-Attitude, the Ultimate Power 2-Max 3-DianaCA's Metamorphoses 4-Mental Poo 5-My Thoughts 6-Baba Doodlius 7-Wake Up America 8-Life is a Roller Coaster 9-Life is Beautiful 10-pinay mommy's love blog 11-My Happiness Haven 12-And Life Goes On for a Filipino Mom 13-Blessed Sanctuary 14-Expressions And Thoughts 15-Memories by Jenn 16-Reminiscence of My Adventures 17-In the Life of Mne 18-Juliana's Lair 19-Pinay Wahm 20-Lucid Creativity 21-Winged Words 22-Irresistible Fascinations 23-A Little Time 24-See Me For What You Will 25-Greatest Reviews 26-ETC ATBP 27-Gandacious 28-We Are Family 29-Journey to this thing called LIFE 32-BaReFooTeD Me 33-Uncomplicated 34-Points of View 35-Pride & Prejudice 36-Colorful World 37-Nora's Notes 38-A Daily Walk With Bill & Gina 39-Strange but True 40-Everything Under The Sun ( Beth Rebokon ) 41-Kaleidoscope 42-Fil-Oz Blog 43-By Osc@r Luiz 44-Comedy Plus 45-Blogging by Sandee 46-Soul Meets World 47-Mae's Memoirs 48-Beyond the Rave Reality 49-Amori, poesie, arte, chat by Hanna 50-Attached at the Hip 51-Carver's Sight or is that Site? 52-Empress Reviews 53-Simple Pleasures In My Heart 54-Lourdes' mia 55-A Grateful Heart 56-YOU


Monday, April 7, 2008

"Big Bang" Link Explosion

This is the big bang link explosion. The Big Bang will go on as long as sites are being added.

You do not have to be tagged to play along. This game is simple and so are the rules.
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