I snatched this from a WhatsApp post. It looks like Talofofo Falls, isn’t it? Anyway this haole chick frees herself to feel the fresh God’s Country air.… Continue Reading “Scenic Talofofo Falls”
Dangkulu Na Si Yuus Maase to Shaibe Bok Pangelinan for his contributing to the Chamorro Christmas music collection.
05.Belen Noche Buena.mp3
06.Todos Ham Man Listo.mp3
09.Fan Matto Man Hengge.mp3
01.Sinantusan Na Puengi (O Holy Night).mp3
03.Nino… Continue Reading “Music collection adds”
The music page (the pulldown menu Media -Music) is now registration and login required access. We’ll see if riff raff gets in because of it and I’ll have to move it back to member group access…… Continue Reading “Music page access adjustment”
Someone posted this on social media. I thought it was captivating given my heart’s forever longing to be home…. and more so capturing my familiar part of the island…
Inbound mail package from Guam! Was it Donna Aguon (Teodosio) or Angie Duenas that sent, or one of them got them and the other mailed? Anyway, thank you! Now we can sport our reprezentin’ masks!Continue Reading “We got some Guam face masks!”
Everybody on FB gets it all the time, of anniversary posts from your timeline on what you posted or a memory posted xx years ago, with the opportunity to re-post/re-share. I got this one today and, the memories of the occasion itself as well as some it evoked. … Continue Reading “Those Facebook memory anniversaries”
I saw someone post this somewhere… snagged it because it just reached out to my heart and fuckin’ squeezed it until it hurt.
Should this be in Private Storage or no? Well, it was on social media and posted in our WhatsApp chats (SVS75 Alum and the SVS boys’ only one). So, harmless enough. Anyway.
Girl walking totally naked down the road, crossing the intersection of route 8 and route 1 (Marine Drive) in Hagatna. WTF is that about??… Continue Reading “Girl naked on Guam road”
Someone posted a pic of the long gone Corn Building in Anigua on Guam. Back in the day. Just thought I’d pull it down and save it. Memories of childhood home…
I haven’t seen this flower/plant since I was a small kid, growing up on Guam. I never knew why they call it Taki Biha. Maybe someone can comment and explain…
The one time I can almost vividly remember seeing and playing with them, I must have been no older than 5 years old. There was a wooden raised deck,… Continue Reading “Taki Biha”