Philippine Fiesta and Home

Just last week, I got word from Dinnah San Pedro that Philippine Fiesta, the Fil-Am community newspaper based in Sacramento, California that I have been writing for, no longer needs a Philippine correspondent at this time. In her e-mail, Dinnah tells me that should they have a need for one in the future, she will just get in touch with me again.

I started writing for Philippine Fiesta in May 2004 if am not mistaken. Over the more than one year that I have contributed articles to them, I generally wrote 2 articles every 2 weeks and am really glad to have had that discipline of churning something out (whether I was in the mood or not) for Philippine Fiesta readers. To Dinnah and Dave San Pedro of Philippine Fiesta, thanks for the opportunity to reach out to a bigger readership by way of print media. I wish you, your family, and Philippine Fiesta all the best.

I do not know how many Philippine Fiesta readers have found this site through the paper. Dinnah found me through the web for one. Anyway, Halo-Halo Special and Salt and Paper will take a break for now but if you have access to this site, you always know where to find me.

As with houses, we may move from place to place but home will always be where we are. With Philippine Fiesta, I was glad to have found a place for my pieces for the more than a year that I was there. As for home, Philippine Fiesta and other readers are more than welcome to visit this site viloria.com to continue to read up on the Philippines and all the interesting things that make it the place where I will always be. =)

[By Angelica Viloria | Monday, December 12, 2005]


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