My Archives: May 2010

Sunday, May 16, 2010

It is six days after the Philippine presidential elections as I write this and from the looks of the results and how the politicians have conducted themselves during the campaign and after the elections, I have personally concluded that the road to change is going to be a long one. Like most of the Filipinos who cast their votes (a reported 75% out of 50 million registered voters) last May 10, 2010 though, I was happy with little victories. [more]
08:29 AM GMT+8

Monday, May 10, 2010

It is election day in my one and only, beloved country, the Philippines, and I have already cast my vote for whom I think will make the best leaders in the next six years. My husband and I were at our precinct at 9:15 am and from the time we lined up to the time we left the polling place, it took one hour and ten minutes. [more]
01:58 PM GMT+8

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Happy Mother's Day to all the loving and hardworking mothers out there! Today, May 9, 2010, the world celebrates Mother's Day and despite the commercialization of the event which can sometimes be downright sickening, I do agree that we need to pay tribute to the women who have given so much of themselves to make us who we are today. [more]
08:05 AM GMT+8

Saturday, May 1, 2010

The Philippine presidential elections are just nine days away. We hope we will all make the best choice but sometimes, we also need to relax and not take things so seriously. [more]
08:17 AM GMT+8

It is only about nine days to the Philippine presidential elections and I am excited. It is interesting to see how the elections will turn out although from the way that the campaign has been conducted so far, things do not look very promising. [more]
08:04 AM GMT+8

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