Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Finition (fin)

Thanks to Google Translate... hahaha! :))

I finally finished the latest 30-day challenge. YESSSSSSS!!!!!!

Thank you to those who have been very patient in reading my blog, who have been patronizing it, who have been peeking through it... I appreciate it and I do hope you get to do the challenge with me. (I feel like I just received an award... LOL!)

This has been the most uncomfortable challenge I have done. I almost gave up. I really do not like taking pictures but challenge is a challenge and I have to push myself. It took me a while to finish it but it was all worth it.

Reading and looking back at my posts, I enjoyed writing and reading them again. Reminiscing.

I do hope you stick with me while I look for another 30-day challenge.  Just in case, I don't find any... I'll just make one myself and post it here... See  you around! :)

NC30: A Picture

I don't have a fun picture nor something that would probably wow all of you. But I just want to share what I have been doing lately. I discovered writing in my native language (Tagalog) and I find it more relaxing and fun. Not that I don't like writing in English. It is just easier for me to relay my thoughts in my own language.

Anyway I have been busy writing most of my thoughts in my very own - Tagalog Blog.

Pano Ba Mag-Blog Screen Shot

Blog Name:  Pano ba mag-blog? (how to blog?)

It is not much and most of you may not relate. For one, I do not expect everyone to understand Tagalog. I just feel it is an accomplishment. Filipinos are very critical and particular when it comes to spelling, to grammar, punctuations, pronunciations, etc...That's probably why we are conscious. We don't like talking in English. We're too critical of ourselves.

This site actually is an outlet for me to vent and to push myself to write... in English. So, blogging in Tagalog is a relief. I thought writing in Tagalog would be a breeze, apparently not. I write in English most of the time, that I go blank writing in Tagalog. But enough of that.

I am just happy that I finally get to speak my mind in whatever language. Being bilingual really has its perks! :)