Tag: Lola Banayan

How Our Alal-apos Outwitted Headhunters

Author’s Note: The recent ‘panag-aapoy/panag-dedenet’ (literally translated to lighting of fires) to warm the gravestones of our dearly departed made me reminiscent of a couple of Lola Banayan’s stories. She recounted mini-tales of how some early village folks escaped the blades of imminent deaths… Continue Reading “How Our Alal-apos Outwitted Headhunters”

Calidad Humana; Living A Hundred Years and More

Living a Hundred Years and More Perhaps she didn’t like it as well. Her very long, silver-white hair had to be sheared, right above her ears. It had to be cut because she had to spend most of the hours lying down in bed,… Continue Reading “Calidad Humana; Living A Hundred Years and More”

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