Monday, May 10, 2010

I love my country

Seeing these on different online sites (facebook, youtube...) made me teary eyed...

Coz above all political-divides these days due to people making their stand...and sometimes going overboard, in the end, it's all about hope for our Inang Bayan. (Motherland) 


How we’ve grown. For 100 days we were given a chance to microwave our frozen patriotic civic muscles. Mabuhay ang Pilipinong Botanteng nag isip bago pumili ng kandidato. Mabuhay ang malinaw.
-Gang Badoy, Rock Ed

I am praying with my country for HONEST CLEAN ELECTIONS. I read from an FB status of my contact who leads a Gabay Halalan group (Ate Iya) that:

"We're receiving many incident reports from all
over the country! vote-buying, hakot for flying voters, PCOS machines
tested counts all votes in favor of one candidate. we forward them
to PNP, COMELEC, and media partners. Glad that people are vigilant. Call 10149
via PLDT phone -- no long distance charges nationwide!"

At this very moment I don't care if my candidates will win as long as the results are real.

"I saw many friends last night. Gibo supporters, Noynoy supporters, Gordon supporters etc etc. We all wore white and we all shook hands. Then we all watched the sun set side by side and together said,Goodbye and thank you Mrs. Arroyo.” 

Sun set.  New day.  2010."

Credits: Photos and Red Texts above from Gang Badoy of Rock Ed. Her Tumblr is a new-found site to follow for me!

This is it! "A new day" for my country. 
Para sa iyo ito, Pilipinas kong mahal.


  1. Thank you for sharing this part of your life. It is so interesting to see politics from the point of view of the persons concerned. All the best!

  2. Thank you Nathalie! :) it will be the first for our country to have automated elections, hoping for the best! =D thankyou for your well-wishes!

  3. I hope all goes well :( God bless the philippines!

  4. sis may mga nag lealead ng race na "artistas" scary.. =/


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