>CHILD SAFETY: DO NOT BE STUPID

>As parents we do everything in our power to protect our children. I myself wrack my brains out on thinking of ways to make Peaches safe wherever we are especially on times that I don’t have my eyes on her because most often than not it’s the time when something...

>BROKEN FRIENDSHIP III- LIVING

>The group then separated. I was with Janjan, Matet, and Masel. Dianne, Anne and Tamcin eventually found another group of friends. But all of us remained close.On our class retreat, Janina came up to me and asked if we could talk (that was the first time after a...

>BROKEN FRIENDSHIP II- SHATTERED

>It was one of our tambayan moments when Janina decided to bring along Ella. It was at first fine with us. We accepted Ella whole heartedly until such time she became a burden.She started to whine about feeling left out. She started to say she feels she doesn’t...

>BROKEN FRIENDSHIP

>I had my very first heartache when I was in high school. It was not because of a guy, it was because of my friends, my barkadas. Our friendship started early. We were in Kindergarten when I became friends with Janina and Dianne. It flourished and then in grade...

>AND SO THE STORY GOES

>It was pretty obvious now how desperate C is. We tried tracking down the guy through his friends but he was no where to be found. See, people can be invisible if they want to. I wonder why C was clinging to that guy when he was her total opposite. She was tall,...