Hi all! I’m back in the Philippines for my 1 month annual vacation.
I’m staying right now at the Mabuhay Manor a few meters away from the airport. It’s a little past 2AM now and here I am still… BLOGGING!!! Anyways, I’ll be travelling by bus later today up north to Pangasinan province to be with my wifey and kids and spend our much needed time together.
Thank God for every favor He’s been showering me every step of the way from Dubai to Hong Kong to the Philippines.
Love You Lord!
I’m here at the Dubai International Airport… wadayaknow… I’M BLOGGING!!!
On my way to the Philippines via Hong Kong. 1 month of vacation is not enough…but heck… gotta have it!
God is good all the time and all the time God is good.
After a few months of struggling within, now I’m going back home to the Philippines for a 1-month vacation. It’ll be my 2nd in 2 years… nice huh?
No work, all play.
No bosses, all kids.
No worries, all fun.
Praise God! Praise God! Praise God!
I was with a handful of friends at the airport very early this morning to see off a dear brother-in-Christ go back to our homeland. The Lord’s favor was with us as we were allowed to stay inside the receiving room and spend time with him, unlike the other nationalities around who were driven out immediately after they did what they came for. We also had the opportunity to utter a prayer, mainly, of gratitude, and of praise!
Finally, the victory that was the Lord’s became manifest this morning. Sweet it is indeed!
Glory to You oh God! Glory to You!
Thank You Lord Jesus!
After a day of more staring at photos, finally, it’s finished. Arnold and I trimmed down the selection and hand-picked the best photos among the better pictures. From almost a thousand shots, we now have a little more than 300 of them.
Guess what? Most probably, I will do the visual concept of this project in the next few weeks. There’s a probable bonus: I might go to Syria with him to visit Dar Atiah. That is after the July vacation, and provided the big boss gives it a nod.
Arnold, our editor-in-chief went back from Syria 2 days ago. He brought with him hundreds of photos in DVDs of an old town in Syria – Dar Atiah. My initial task? To pick the best photos from similar shots of the various sceneries and subjects taken in that town.
My head burned yesterday as the day ended with me staring at each photograph, looking for differences, picking out the better ones.
What are these for? That will be the next attraction.
As for now, I continue today with still a couple of hundreds left to stare at.
One day more.
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