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Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Updating myself on the current preoccupations of some friends and acquaintances

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February 1, 2006
Wednesday

I spent some time after lunch posting new blog entries and reading entries on friends' blog sites.

Emerging from cyber-hiatus, caused chiefly by my Ontario expedition, I updated myself on the lives and current preoccupations of some friends and fellow bloggers.

Ria went to Cambodia and will be going to Qatar.

Alain is coping in Italy.

Butch discusses about "Emancipation."

Cousin Junar is currently "paralyzed in midplea."

Danielle has just posted new awesome pictures of birds.

Danu posted pictures of his beloved family in New Zealand.

Derrick is back, but still bitin!

Gitz decided to clean her Yahoo inbox; hmm, gotta do the same soon.

Ina & her family in South Korea has just relocated to a new home in the booming metropolitan city of Ulsan.

Jayce's father died recently.

Jefu posted a poem by Tanikawa Shuntaro, "Secret."

Jennie in Australia is excited about the forthcoming movie adaptation of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code.

New thought-provoking questions from the blog site of former comrade John Ponsaran.

Leila is now teaching in middle school!

Mabel has finally returned from a deep slumber and is currently ecstatic and hopeful about her newfound love.

Mary recently saw Andy Warhol's art exhibit.

Meanne rants about her current disappointments at her office.

Melchie, yeah, keep your blog site!

Mica attended the wedding celebration of her friends Maiete and Geoff.

New hilarious short poems by Nic.

Nix blogs about her disappointment with the recently shown movie adaptation of the first book of C(live) S(taples) Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia.

Nono is holding a series of gatherings for his musical project Names Are for Tombstones.

Noreen's current favorite song is "Akin Ka Na Lang" by Itchyworms. And I learned why.

Penoi features my band Half Life Half Death on his blog site. Thanks! He also posted a picture of his officemate's impressive work of art which used staple wires.

Randy was featured in the November 2005 issue of Reader's Digest!

Retong shares his officemate's view about "life after the wedding day," that life went on
unchanged. Hmm.

Rona wrote a personal list of what were "The Best of 2005."

Sharima is still having the Holidays hangover.

Snoog writes meaty profiles of three of my most favorite British bands: The Smiths, Depeche Mode, and The Cure. He also included downloadable music files.

And last, and unfortunately the worst, Vayie got dumped! Oh well, think of the brighter side...New Year = new prospects!

The rest are yet to update their own blog sites. Busy! Busy! Busy!

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Oh well, I got to log off now. Time to study. And later, I'll be watching Corpse Bride (2005) on DVD.

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