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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Making Fun of Each Other

While DH was checking his social media, he came across my DN post about our island. I guessed he read it and ask me what is PAC-TOY. My initial reaction was "what?" Then he spelled it for me. "P-O-C-T-O-Y." I said, "it's POOKTOY, like BOOK, it's a town in my island." And he came back with, "It's not my fault your people doesn't not know how to spell." And I answered back with, "well it's not my fault your people doesn't know how to pronounce." hahaha

Anyway, here is the video he saw, and read the title I guessed because he can't understand tagalog language and the people in this video was speaking tagalog, except for a few second from one lady.



He also continue asking if we visited this beach. However, we visited the island thirteen years ago. A lot of -ism moved in since then. What -ism he asked. All the -ism that makes a place communist I answered. He started laughing because he said TOURISM is not bad. Yes, it depends whose point of view you are trying to look at.

I am proud on how quiet my province was before I left. Now a days, I don't have good words to say about it. I hate SOCIALISM, and that word is very popular over there.

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Saturday, February 28, 2015

More White Stuff On Monday?

Wow, talk about not having enough in the past years and now snow keep on coming in the month of February to March. This is way too much snow in a very short time, in my opinion. However, this is only PA. I wonder how much northern states and country gets. Though, I still prepare to live in the tropic, where I can grow vegetables all year long when the typhoon is not in season :D.

One of our neighbor knocked at our door while I was out yesterday. Well, actually not knocked. but came straight in, and peeked in our inside door. I was like, "REALLY!" I thought since we've been here for a year that they already knew that we are a private residence. The building was a commercial property when we bought it and turned into private residence because we are not running business here.

Anyway, an older than us man asked DH if he can plow his driveway. Well, DH and I checked it out, but the looks of it, his driveway has never seen a plow since the very first snow. Their driveway is very steep and narrow. There is a turn in the middle but DH plow truck is way too big and heavy, the truck just spins in four wheel drive. The truck probably softened it a bit, but we turned away not helping him. DH felt bad, because he understand why the man did what he did. He don't want to pay someone to plow because he own a four wheel drive SUV, just like his late father (may his soul rest in peace).

He stopped again today and gave DH his one unused tire. Now DH feel more bad, because on Monday more snow is in the forecast, and he will be able to do anything. His driveway is beyond plow. I think shoveling it little by little will do the trick. A very long driveway shovel by hand will take forever. He got out today, so he's not having problem going up and down his driveway. We can always pick him up from the bottom of his driveway and drive to grocery store if he needs to do so.


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Saturday, July 12, 2014

LATSOF/SKY WATCH Friday

Sky around Chestnut Ridge Farm yesterday while I'm trying to catch some tan next to my tiny vegetables garden.

East, where the road is

South, if you look closely you can see an airplane.

Southwest


Right on top of me

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