‘ano’

This post was revised and published in the YoungBlood section of the Philippine Daily Inquirer. To read article online, click here. Article will probably be moved to ‘archives’ of inquirer.net after date of publication.

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7 thoughts on “‘ano’

  1. oo na, oo na. di ko napigilan, naluha ako sa post na ‘to!
    such closeness is rare na sa family kasi… and i’m glad you have it. 😉

    thanks for sharing this wento, kuya. 🙂 inspiring sya for me, as a person. hehe 🙂

  2. Just blog hopping. I’ve been living in Sydney for more than a year and I only call my mom on the weekends because I don’t want to get homesick but your post made me miss my mom.

  3. mayari – yup, that’s mi mama! 😉

    glad this one inspired you, glads, as a person. hehe. there are no perfect families, but there surely are perfect family moments 🙂

    hey, swipe – i live away from home too and i also just call my ma on weekends. but i guess the homesickness is more intense for you because u’re overseas. it’s alright to miss your ma; i’m sure she misses you, too, perhaps even more. call her on a week day? 🙂

  4. Grabe, naano, tuloy ako, I mean, na senti…Moms are great–even greater for putting up with (and loving)us(adorable)misfits.

    NY resolution mo ba to blog more regularly? That’s great news, if ever! 🙂

  5. gypsy – hmm, maybe a sub-conscious resolution (it sounds oymoronic, doesn’t it?) 🙂

    hey jenny – thanks for dropping by. great singing at aldo and bubot’s wedding! *clap, clap*

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