Helping my sister in the State elections of California

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I arrived in the United States three days ago, to help my sister campaign for a seat at the city council. It’s been so chilly the past few days. I regret not bringing more of my denim pants.

This will also be our first sibling reunion. I am just waiting for my brother in Missouri, my younger sister from Denver and another sister from Chicago. By October 25, all four sisters will be together.

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Mumble. Grumble. Complain. Wallow. Hope. Despair. Worry. Vote (Just a reminder. The one on the bottom changes things a lot faster)

While the state elections will be held on November 2, the Philippines will have its own Barangay elections on October 25. Don’t forget to vote and I wrote an article why you should vote on October 25 just to remind you.

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It’s too bad my husband is left in the Philippines. Before I left, I taught him how to make a video call via Skye. He is a fast learner. We have been talking the past two days. At least he gets to see me and it won’t make him lonely. That’s the reason I am only staying till November 5 so I can be back home. I’ll post more photos but not too much because this loser Gross stalker is just pathetic.

Till then. Don’t forget to vote.

Noemi Lardizabal-Dado (1354 Posts)

You may contact Noemi (noemidado @ gmail.com) for speaking and consultancy services in the following areas: Parenting in the Digital Age (includes pro-active parenting on cyber-bullying and bullying) ; Social Business ; Reinventing One’s Life; and social media engagement. Our parenting workshop is called "Prep to Prime (P2P): Parenting in the Digital Age (An Un­Workshop)" P2P Un­Workshops are conducted by two golden women in their prime, Noemi and Jane, who have a century’s worth of experience between them. They are both accomplished professionals who chose to become homemakers. This 180­degree turn also put them on a different life course which includes blogging, social media engagement and citizen advocacy. They call their un­workshops Prep to Prime or P2P, for short, to emphasize the breadth of their parenting experience. They tackle different aspects and issues of parenting ­­ from managing pregnancies, prepping for the school years of children, dealing with househelp, managing the household budget, to maximizing one’s prime life and staying healthy through the senior years.


About Noemi Lardizabal-Dado

You may contact Noemi (noemidado @ gmail.com) for speaking and consultancy services in the following areas: Parenting in the Digital Age (includes pro-active parenting on cyber-bullying and bullying) ; Social Business ; Reinventing One’s Life; and social media engagement. Our parenting workshop is called "Prep to Prime (P2P): Parenting in the Digital Age (An Un­Workshop)" P2P Un­Workshops are conducted by two golden women in their prime, Noemi and Jane, who have a century’s worth of experience between them. They are both accomplished professionals who chose to become homemakers. This 180­degree turn also put them on a different life course which includes blogging, social media engagement and citizen advocacy. They call their un­workshops Prep to Prime or P2P, for short, to emphasize the breadth of their parenting experience. They tackle different aspects and issues of parenting ­­ from managing pregnancies, prepping for the school years of children, dealing with househelp, managing the household budget, to maximizing one’s prime life and staying healthy through the senior years.

  • awwww that’s so sweet! at least he knows how to make a video call now 🙂

    good luck with your sister’s campaign! 🙂 have a great time with your siblings
    .-= Smarla´s last blog ..Dream for an Insomniac- Mad- Passionate- Extraordinary Love =-.

  • vanessav

    wow! how bongga is your sister to be in a city council, in case she’ll make it! it implies a lot of things to Filipinos being able to shine in foreign lands! and the supportive spirits you siblings have just also manifest the good side of the Filipino “close family ties” value system. kudos!