Monthly Archives: July 2012

Impact of new social media

In today’s era of social media, Twitter, Facebook and blogs have impacted the way people channel information.In Twitter, there’s a limit of 140 characters which forces me to get to the point quickly with the goal of getting ‘my followers’ … Continue reading

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A cup of Facebook rewards

Good day, friends, bright sunshine in my side of the world of Facebook. Yesterday, I caught one of the ‘shares’ from my niece Theresa about how Facebook enabled us to meet every day – family that we rarely see are now … Continue reading

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My town, my community

Today I’m writing about my community, surrounded by loving people at home and around the world, guided by the legacy of our faith, bound by a common thread of cultures and traditions, connected by the memories of youth, and inspired … Continue reading

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A moment of reverence

Normita Fenn I was invited by Bobby Soriano, the coordinator of the National Annual Filipino Pilgrimage for Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage (Our Lady of Antipolo), to be a lector at the pilgrimage mass on June 26, 2010.  … Continue reading

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My dream fulfilled

This was the very first blog entry, dated August 6, 2010 – read on… Normita Fenn I am writing this on the first day as a matriculated student at UMass Amherst – School of Journalism’s Certificate in Journalism Program. Thanks … Continue reading

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My treasure box

Normita Fenn Whether we care to admit it or not, we all have a treasure box of  ‘worldly’ possessions prominently stored somewhere in the house. Inside every box are favorite jewelries, designer clothes with matching purses, shoes in every style … Continue reading

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Reflections on my brother

Normita Fenn Life’s challenges come in many different forms – poor health, death in the family, lack of money, family issues, loss of a friend, career changes – these are challenges that have touched me with varying intensity. Every day … Continue reading

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