Pinoy Pride

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I am from the Philippines (thus my Find a Grave name) and a devout Roman Catholic Christian. Although I have been a Find a Grave member since mid-2002, I never became fully active until early 2013, shortly before my 35th birthday. Work, past priorities and personal issues have a lot to do with it. This explains why nearly everything I have ever accomplished here at Find a Grave happened from 2013 onward.

I devote most of my time at Find a Grave to my virtual cemetery group Children Who Never Made It Home, which to date I consider my ultimate crowning achievement and labor of love as a Find a Grave member. Although most if not all of these children are not related to me by blood or marriage, I genuinely love them and treat them like my very own extended family in Heaven. They serve as my unofficial stress-relievers (sorry if I couldn't find a better term) as well as my constant source of pride, strength and inspiration, especially during difficult times like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

In case you find any errors or objectionable content in my memorials, please don't hesitate to message me through the Edit tab button of the memorial in question and please provide me a reference through email for the errors in question. Maraming salamat po (Thank you very much in my native Filipino language).

UPDATE: After months of hard work, I was finally able to subdivide all of the child angels in Children Who Never Made It Home alphabetically according to last name (or first name for those children with no last names). I hope this should make searching for them a little easier than ever before. Next up for me is the removal of multiple enshrinements (i.e. angel kids who have more than one memorial on Children Who Never Made It Home) and replacement of some out-of-place tokens which I have unfortunately left on a number of memorials during my early years as a graver. I expect this process would also take me months to complete, so patience once again would be necessary for this matter.

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