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AND it’s been a week since I wrote anything here. When you start not writing everyday, sometimes you just get lazy even visiting your blog. And it holds true for me. Did I miss blogging? I did of course but not as much as before. I think I have exhausted every subject that I could think of blogging about.

IF I were to collate all the blog entries I wrote on my five existing blogs, it would probably reach more than 4,000 posts. I seldom get to update the other four, my blog about Nate’s growing up years, my photo blog, blog about my garden and another one I started three years ago just in case I get to use up my remaining free usage. Yes, I am still on the free format.

MAYBE, I need to take a break for a while and blog again when I find a nice subject to blog about.

I am on my 36th book at Goodreads’ 2021 reading challenge. Talk about ghosts and hauntings, that’s what I am reading now. We’ll be celebrating 500 years of Christianity in the Philippines and Pope Francis will celebrate a mass intended for the Philippine Catholic Church.

May your weekdays be blessed and fruitful.

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First time I’ve met this multi-talented Filipino artist – painter, sculptor, printmaker, writer and book illustrator. He has contributed many designs for reproduction on UNICEF’s Christmas greeting cards. He has held several one-man exhibits in various museums and galleries not only in the Philippines but in cities around the world. His paintings depict scenes in simplified geometric forms with a folk art character. He recently designed the Greenbags being used by SM Supermalls. In 2007, together with Eduardo Castrillo, he received the Thomasian Meritorious Achievement Award given by his alma mater, Univ. of Santo Tomas. Wow, proud Thomasian.

Two of his paintings, Fruits of Labor and Good Harvest were reproduced in cross stitch arts by DMC in their exhibit entitled Out of the Box held at the Atrium, 2nd flr., SM Megamall last March 25, 2009.

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