latest from Davao Weekend
ONLY three hours left until the day ends but students were still gathering in the halls. Some of them were briskly going in and out of the student offices, and some were busy planning.
THEY say everything is different in the daylight and under the night sky, and some say images don't prove to the reality of things.
TIRED, the only feeling I got after surviving another long day of schoolwork. Still, I had to go to a coffee shop in order to continue working on requirements.
IT is always best to showcase a rich culture through arts. This is a belief, Gilbert A. Miraflor, a Dabawenyo artist strongly believes.
AT THE age of four, my father would take me to my kindergarten classroom.
I WAS 9 years old when Kuya Mai passed away. He was my uncle but we call him Kuya Mai. A month before he was sent to the hospital, a fish bone was stuck in his throat.
I ALWAYS use Facebook as my pastime, and I have a lot of friends, mutual, common, and random friends. Now I just want to share something. I have deep concern regarding the social media, especially this generation.
DEPRESSION is not easy to determine. You never know what lies underneath the facade of a person. It is no doubt that depression is one of the most dangerous illness a person can ever have.
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