An Afternoon Stroll

In the ten days that we waited for JG to come back from assisting in evacuating Filipinos in the Tunisian Libyan border, my MIL (Mother-in-Law) and I mostly stayed indoors. It was like I said before mostly quiet the whole time we were there; (except for one incident where we thought there was a gunfight … More An Afternoon Stroll

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The Hardest Part

  It has to be said how much of our darn luck, that JG and I find ourselves experiencing an unrest on our first assignment. Especially for JG, imagine, at 28 my husband who collects comic books and still has a Justice League poster hanging in our bedroom is currently living in a country under … More The Hardest Part

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The Christmas JG and I Will Never Forget…

… not because something amazing happened, in fact it’s the exact opposite. It’s the Christmas where absolutely nothing happened. One could say that this should be expected since Libya is after all a Muslim country, but I guess it could also be said that as Filipinos we are expected to make something out of it. … More The Christmas JG and I Will Never Forget…

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Friday at the Beach

Last Friday, the entire Embassy family went out for a team building by the beach. Back home, office outings would require you take a trip that is at least two hours away, where most of the good places are; if you wanted to go to the beach, somewhere farther, especially for us Manilenyos. But here … More Friday at the Beach

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