Midlife Mysteries by Cathy Babao-Guballa
Cathy Babao Guballa writes a column called Roots and Wings for the Philippine Daily Inquirer. The column appears on Sundays.
She also maintains a blog called Midlife Mysteries: Musings and Ramblings at 40something. So, if you are in your 40s, like me, you may want to check out her blog where she writes about anything under the sun: from politics to stories about family and friends, not to mention Ateneo-La Salle basketball games.
Cathy Babao Guballa is also the daughter of Caridad Sanchez.
It's interesting that the name of her blog is www.nancydrewandme.blogspot.com
When I was growing up (yes, I guess we belong to the same generation), I read a lot of Nancy Drew books. And Hardy Boys. There were lesser known characters like Trixie Belden, the Dana Girls, and the much-younger Bobsie (did I spell that correctly?) Twins or the Secret Seven and the Famous Five. Those were interesting reads then. It was exciting to see how each story would turn out. Turns out that how our life stories would go as we age would prove to be more exciting and mysterious. But definitely fun.[By Angelica Viloria | Wednesday, October 1, 2008]
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