Sheltering in place in the USA is one thing but I cannot imagine doing so in the Philippines. IF you are in the Philippines; let us know how COVID-19 has changed your day to day life. In the meantime, you are always in our prayers. – PJJP
For the past week, I have been missing the Philippines. I was not born there but its where my families history started and in time, I have been very affectionate to the country.
While searching Apple Music, I came across an artist, TALA. Normally, I skip new artist and go striaght to the hitmakers of my time like RIVERMAYA, ERASERHEADS, ETC. but this time i decided to click on it. Boy was i glad i did.
A song called Labi played and within the first 10 seconds, i was hooked. It was like hearing Erykah Badu singing filipino.
Needless to say, i will definitely be listening to her other songs. Have a blessed day everyone.
Off topic from this blog but i had to share this as coin collecting is such a passion of mine.
It took almost a year to finally find one but today in an Antique store in Atlanta, I finally found a USA – Philippine Peso. First thing I noticed is how heave it is. It feels like a barber half dollar. This is a beautiful coin to add to the collection.
According to PCGS, this coin is The Only Dual-Nationality Coins in U.S. History.
I woke up this morning and saw this post on my Facebook wall. Reading the comments, it seems that a lot of people were suffering cell phone service outages. Some even thought that is was due to a fully SIM and were removing and inserting the sim. This morning, my cousin received this alert from SMART Communications in the Philippines.