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Six Cents

It’s been another long time since I’ve done a PWP post. This one has more to do about the recent events that have occured at work over the past week.

If anything, I know that employers and/or future employers can very well decide to google me one day and I’d hate to have them stumble upon a post about my particular line of work.

So if you’d like to follow along (and perhaps offer some sage advice), please comment on the post below and I’ll email you the password.

For those of you that have read my other PWP posts, the password is the same one I’ve used in the past. But seeing that it’s been well over 6 months, I totally understand if you might have forgotten it. Comment below and I’ll hook you up.

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In the mean time, since the PWP post is a pretty detailed post, I might as well do my daily Lenten practice. And if you’re wondering how I’m actually writing in another language … it’s not that I’m multi-lingual. I’m just having fun with Google Translation! (Today, is Tagalog … and don’t ask me if it’s conversational, because I might be Filipino, but I’m an illiterate Filipino!)

Check out one of Hubby's *awesome* pieces of work!

Mabuting gawa ng araw: I think I may have found my new profession. I may not have the face of a Super Model (although Hubby begs to differ … he’s so sweet!), but apparently my hands are good for modeling Hubby’s designs for his portfolio. I posed my hands pro bono today … but if all goes well, I might have to wear hyperbaric chambers on my hands (a-la David Duchovny style in Zoolander) to prevent them from aging!

Pasasalamat ng Araw: Today I am grateful for living in a diverse city. Particularly because it’s much easier to find various ethnic foods around here than it was in Metro-Detroit. My aunt and cousins introduced Hubby & I to this tiny Chinese bakery that’s pretty close to our apartment. And mmmm … is it ever good, especially when it’s freshly made. Today we picked up some of my favorite baked BBQ pork buns, freshly made sesame seed balls, and moon cakes. Yummy!

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Okay, so that’s it for now … again feel free to comment below if you’d like the password to the following post …

Protected: Sole Trading

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Post Script

So there’s also another thing that has been bothering me lately. One that also requires being password protected (PWP). Hence the second PWP post in a matter of one week.

For those that followed along from the previous PWP post, the password remains the same. For those that might be vaguely interested in reading it, please comment below and I’ll respond to you via email.

Love …

Yep. It’s been awhile, but I’ve decided to PWP (password protect) the following post. For those that might be vaguely interested in reading it, please comment below and I’ll respond to you via email.

Protected: Quickly …

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Protected: Bone Tired

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Protected: "Registered" … Something or Another

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The Ball is Ceremoniously …

I am warning you now … If you haven’t gotten the gist from the title of this post, this is a lengthy one about the current “issues” I’ve been dealing with. If you haven’t enjoyed my apparent “angry tirades” that I’ve been posting for the past month … then it’s best you skip this one.

I’d PWP this post … but F*CK IT.

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Just kidding. If you want to read my latest post … the password remains the same (lowercase letter, by the way). If you’re interested in reading it and don’t have the password (or if you don’t remember it), feel free to comment below.

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