To all my Ortodox friends...
...Hristos a Inviat!
Christ has Risen!
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PCID# RU-1527424 Another long overdue post for the postcard that I recieved last March. It is from Robinovi,a fellow postcrosser and this card was sent thru official postcrossing site. Here is their very short message; Greeting from St. Petersburg. We hope that you enjoy card.Good Luck! Rubinovi I always received a lot of postcard featuring [...] read more »
Ive been having a so much fun joining a game of Round Robin at Postcrossing forum and here is my latest received card from an RR Game were the theme is about churches and cathedrals. Heres the message from the sender; Hello Willa, Greetings from China! Im Jessie and my chinese name is Liu Jie. [...] read more »
President Obama was the voice of change in the 2008 Presidential Campaign. However, in 2012, the African-American community have divided on some policies. Will this effect Obama 2012? read more »
Wow, Ouro Preto is amazing with history around every corner and although I have no connection with the afterlife, I get the feeling a psychic would be extremely busy here. If I remember correctly, on our visit to the city of black gold we had just gotten toTiradentes square and left the car. I shared about the beautiful buildings which line the square and how I wanted to explore them some more. However, today the clouds continue to get darker and I know there are many interesting things to see so we wil... read more »
Today was not what I would call even full I did some writing and a lot of thinking again. For some reason I have been getting stuck in thought a lot lately I’m not sure why I may be getting worst but I hope not. So anyway I did some work on the sites because
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I was listening to your Christmas heres your sign song again, just randomly going through stuff on my iPod. Its funny you call it that, when on the CD it is labeled Heres your Sign Christmas. Anyway, your Midnight Mass bit, Midnight Mass is sometimes a misnomer. The woman wasnt entirely wrong in asking that question, [...] read more »
If Jaro Cathedral serves as the Alpha Male Church of Iloilo City, Molo Church or St. Anne is definitely the Queen church. Standing sexy and tall in the heart of Molo town, with its two red-roofed belfry tower stretching high in the heavens, it is the only Gothic church in the whole country that is located outside of Manila. It is a must for all visitors to see this white church. And, yes, I said it right, it is not typo-error, this church is actually white by nature. Its walls are made up of tons of whit... read more »
I first saw this town's well-kept plaza and its church's belfry tower from a distance while riding a jeepney on our way to see Miag-ao church. After passing the public market and reading "Guimbal" on its sign, I tugged my husband's sleeves and whispered to him - "we have to stop here if we still have time". Luckily, we were able to get back right before sundown. And, after getting off the market and passing the town's municipal hall, wewalked directly towards another historical and unique Spanish church.... read more »
Before I describe many things I've observed about this charming little sitio in the south, let me tell you about one of the iconic structure in this town that we've visited. It is the Campo Santo that stood in the heart of San Joaquin's cemetery; the first thing that can be seen off the road coming from Miag-ao church. My husband was not expecting that included in our itinerary to this small town is a visit to its cemetery so he was totally caught off guard when I suddenly shouted "para" (stop) to the je... read more »