Tag Archives: Philippines

What’s Good

Mark and Cindy were visiting the Philippines for the first time. As they walked along the waterfront of Cebu City, Mark complained, “Can’t we just get a hamburger?” “Honey,” sighed Cindy. “We should at least try the native food!” “How … Continue reading

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The Upgrades

The small nation of Pandayan, located in the South China Sea, was so tiny it rarely made the news in small countries. Much to their surprise, the island archipelago found itself targeted far too much Chinese interest. Mere months after … Continue reading

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Cee’s Fun Foto: Buildings and Trees

This week and Cee’s Fun Foto challenge: we’re looking for buildings and trees. That’s one of my favorite things. Whatever building I’m living in, there’s got to be trees nearby. Here’s my pics for the week: Palace of Fine Arts, … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Muse

This time at the weekly photo challenge, we’re looking for our own muse. That one particular thing inspires us over and over again. Well, in this case I think I am blessed with many muses. In fact you could put … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Motion

This week’s photo challenge is: Motion. That’s pretty self explanatory. But this week, we’re asked to explain what was happening as well. Here are my answers to the challenge. When Shey goes home to the Philippines, she feels so good … Continue reading

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Tradition – Sunday Photo Fiction

Tradition Manolito received the figurine in a little town outside Tulancingo. He stopped there for juice to cool down, but also he sought happiness. With luck, he might at last find a woman he could love. Looking back, he realized, … Continue reading

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The Wealth of Ordinary Food – YeahWrite Fiction

The Wealth of Ordinary Food Administrator Idalya Lu Almidien shoved the empty plate aside. It seems I’ve eaten the Earth, she mused. It was a silly notion, of course. She looked up. The Earth would actually be consumed by the … Continue reading

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