Happy February everybody! I hope you are all doing well. I have been hard at work on little but important behind the scenes on the Dennis and Marites Project. If you visit our donations pages you will notice that our American friends now have a way to donate to the project and receive a tax receipt.
It is the big things which are so daunting and remaining positive while running into obstacles after obstacle is challenging. I know in my heart if presented with the right opportunity at the right time most people want to do the right kind thing. I also know in my heart we will get this project done.
Lately though I think my timing has been off.
I think it is time for me to refocus and hit the pavement and start door knocking, calling, messaging, and emailing again. I admire Elizabet and Flemming in their persistence and success at presenting right opportunities to people at the right time. Their success speaks volumes.
If anybody reading this knows how to get this project more exposure I would love some help. Please like our Facebook page and share it with your friends.
About the picture
During our time in Cebu Jessica and I visited The Yap Sandiego Hertige house which is the oldest standing residential structure in Cebu City, and maybe one of the oldest in the country. It is 340 years old and the structure is 95% original.
Our tour guide had me sit in one of the oldest “sun tanning chair” for a picture. When I commented that it was not very comfortable he gave me and Jessica a sly smile and said well it is actually for ladies to birth in. I love Filipino humor.