My Personal Philippine Travel Grade is D

Now, I am not one who is an advocate of Philippine tourism but the disappointing result serves as a personal wake up call. With 7,107 islands dispersed on the Pacific Ocean, I would need to sell an arm and a leg, and perhaps a kidney to be able to set foot on at least half of… Continue reading My Personal Philippine Travel Grade is D

Log #01

Here’s my first attempt at recording the relatively interesting events of my life. A little background on last week’s activities… I was involved in another film production for my friend’s M.A. class in Film. It was my second time already. Although, this one was much more interesting, since a green screen was used. As a… Continue reading Log #01

Comparing May Scar Children

Disclaimer: I am not a child psychologist or any kind of psychologist for that matter, so the statements below are of my opinion only. I did graduate with a bachelors degree majoring in Psychology if that helps… which I doubt. And, as we are of different personalities and temperaments, the assumptions below may vary from… Continue reading Comparing May Scar Children