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Buy 14-inch Capiz Parol in Metro Vancouver

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We are offering  limited quantities of high-quality Parol (Christmas Lantern) from the Philippines. Special Sale of 14-inch Capiz Parol from the Philippines - only $150 CAD. By September 2021, the price of each Capiz Parol will be $200 CAD. 14-inch Boungavillae Capiz Parol (Christmas Lantern) 14-inch Boungavillae Capiz Parol (Christmas Lantern) from the Philippines available now in Metro Vancouver 14-inch Starlight Capiz Parol (Christmas Lantern) 14-inch Starlight Capiz Parol (Christmas Lantern) from the Philippines available now in Metro Vancouver How to order Capiz Parol in Metro Vancouver? Complete this order form . Pick-up only in Richmond, BC. Payment will be cash  (exact amount only) on pick-up or prepaid using Interac E-Transfer . Visit the

Two countries at once

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Have you watched the movie "A Walk to Remember" or have read the book? I will never forget one of Jamie's wishes, to be in two places at once. Landon made this happen by bringing her to a boundary of two states (North Carolina and Virginia). Ever since seeing that movie, I thought to myself, I should do that. Dramatic Sunset at the border Last Sunday, my parents and I went to Seattle to buy Jollibee, visit Pike Market, and attend Sunday Mass at St. James Cathedral. On our way back to Canada, there was a long line of cars at the border. Border We were right at the Peace Arch. I told my parents I will go down to stretch my legs and to take photos. I was so giddy since I felt like this is the only chance I have to be at this park. This is from the US side. This is the Canada side. I did what Jamie did, I placed my right foot on Canada while my left foot is still in the US. I was smiling from ear to ear, thanking God for the opportunity to do that.

My Canadian Dream

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My mom wanted our family to migrate to Canada for a better life, better compared to our already good life back in Philippines. Personally, I moved to Canada for three things: To be reunited with my parents and siblings (they moved here 2 years before I got here) and For the "free" healthcare. It's not really free but it's feels secure to know that when you go to a clinic, you don't have to pay anything. My "Canadian" dream. For this post, I would like to share more about my Canadian dream. Okay. It's not really a "Canadian" dream since I have been dreaming and planning all these things back when I was still in Philippines but somehow, I am able to achieve more of my dreams here than when I was there. One of my biggest dream is to sponsor a child's education. I really wanted to sponsor a child through World Vision or any other organization. Last month, when I celebrated my 1st year Anniversary at Gumstix , I decided that