Jovanni de Jesus, You will always be in hour hearts as one of DHF pioneer ambassadors. I am so grateful to you for your support and so deeply saddened by your loss. I hope you are in a better place now. Rest in Peace!
Hi Jovanni. I read your blog...I really do hope you will feel better soon. Asthma sucks (i have it too) so as diabetes and all other health concerns. At least they caught the asthma before it exacerbated. You're one lucky guy... Youre right though...hospitals and much meds wear us down. Maybe the nice peaceful rest at home will help you...with your family's tender loving cares =) Take care...get stronger soon.
Ok lang yun Jovanni.Im sure you have been pretty busy. Im glad youre fine over there. We are doing well here too, thank you. I guess your dikes are holding up? I remember when flood there are pretty bad too. Or was it in another town? Oh well... keep in touch if you have time. Take care...
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