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... time off blogging I'm afraid :( My monitor is still broken, but I hope I can have time to get a new one next week. I miss blogging and my bloggy friends. The Red Shirts, and now multi-colored shirts, they say rage on - perfect time to get out as I am headed to Hong Kong in a few hours. Then Philippines six days after.

Well, see yah!

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nuts said…
hi, dropped by here..
Ebie said…
Enjoy your trip...Magkita kits napud mo ni Arlene...
Anya said…
Thanks for this post Hazel
I was worried :(
Hugs from us
:)
:)
Anonymous said…
I've missed you a great deal. :) I hope all is well. Safe travels to you and CJ. I hope you have a wonderful time my friend. Much Aloha to you both.

Me Ke Aloha
Chris said…
you are coming to Pinas? :)
Hazel said…
nuts, thanks

Ate Ebs, kung makahapit sa Iligan magkita jud :)

Anya, we're fine, thanks. hugs!

Thom, I miss you too! thanks for the great wishes

Chris, for a visit, yes :)
Sh@KiR@ CK said…
Happy Mother's Day,my friend!
You look BEAUTIFUL, then and NOW!
You are such a wonderful friend and MOTHER!
May this Mother's Day be one of the best with more to come in years!
YOU ROCK, MOMMY!
hugs
shakira
Sh@KiR@ CK said…
Hazel, when are you coming back?
missing you....
Indrani said…
Have a great trip Hazel! :)
Genejosh said…
sis are you still in Philippines? Hope you're OK...I heard that Bangkok isn't safe and the photos are very disturbing as the city looks like hell with smokes and fire...

stay safe sis...
Anonymous said…
My dearest Hazel and CJ. I hope you both are a okay. I've been thinking of you both and have missed you and with all the turmoil going on I do hope all is well. And I hope you had a great trip :)
Ebie said…
Just checking how you are doing. I hope you had a wonderful time off.

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