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Dingdong Dantes

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  • Ang malupet na Moscow Mule ni Marian. Baw.
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    Ang malupet na Moscow Mule ni Marian. Baw.

  •  26,000  164  1 week ago
  • Refill muna bago puntahan ang mga katropa ko sa MARCSSBN na assigned sa Pasay. Bitbit ko ang ilang goodies from @wilkinsph, PPEs, at higit sa lahat— ang mainit na chibog mula sa aming tahanan. Isang pagpupugay at pasasalamat sa lahat ng reservists na volunteers at ilang linggo nang naka-deploy sa iba’t ibang lugar sa Luzon para tumulong sa ating mga kababayan.
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    Refill muna bago puntahan ang mga katropa ko sa MARCSSBN na assigned sa Pasay. Bitbit ko ang ilang goodies from @wilkinsph, PPEs, at higit sa lahat— ang mainit na chibog mula sa aming tahanan. Isang pagpupugay at pasasalamat sa lahat ng reservists na volunteers at ilang linggo nang naka-deploy sa iba’t ibang lugar sa Luzon para tumulong sa ating mga kababayan.

  •  40,000  246  2 weeks ago
  • Pause muna sa mga pinagkakaabalahan para makakuha ng good vibes mula sa mainam na paandar ni Misis. Gràcias! @marianrivera
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    Pause muna sa mga pinagkakaabalahan para makakuha ng good vibes mula sa mainam na paandar ni Misis. Gràcias! @marianrivera

  •  110,000  492  2 weeks ago
  • Sharing my 6-2-7 routine so we can all work together to keep our loved ones strong— inside and out. #StayStrong
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    Sharing my 6-2-7 routine so we can all work together to keep our loved ones strong— inside and out. #StayStrong

  •  9,000  70  2 weeks ago
  • Diyan din naman ang punta niyan...eh di sige na nga! 😆 081800hMAY20
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    Diyan din naman ang punta niyan...eh di sige na nga! 😆 081800hMAY20

  •  160,000  583  3 weeks ago
  • Part 3  I am leaving some of the memorabilia inside the bag. These items may stay there physically but I know that the feeling, like how the sling touched my shoulders because of its heaviness and the memories of that landmark gathering for climate action, will not be forgotten.  Okay... tama na ang drama! We still have lots of work to do during this crisis and to make this world a sustainable place to live in. 🇵🇭 @andrewsfundph
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    Part 3 I am leaving some of the memorabilia inside the bag. These items may stay there physically but I know that the feeling, like how the sling touched my shoulders because of its heaviness and the memories of that landmark gathering for climate action, will not be forgotten. Okay... tama na ang drama! We still have lots of work to do during this crisis and to make this world a sustainable place to live in. 🇵🇭 @andrewsfundph

  •  19,000  103  4 weeks ago
  • Part 2  And when it was already my chance to speak, i suddenly felt a jolt in my chest. I started getting warm and red, and, as soon as i opened my mouth, it was as if a spirit entered into me and took over. This feeling spilled over to the official turn over of that big beautiful mosaic, which Pebbles Badillo Sanchez-Ogang, who now is Yespinoy’s Executive Director (yes, dito kami unang nagkatrabaho) had handed over to me.  The feeling was so magical that i couldn’t explain where the adrenalin was coming from. As Nick Perlas put it, it probably was because i had tapped my “creative self”, a part of us that we disregard 99 percent of the time, but when used, could bring us to unimaginable places.  That was where i was. Unimaginable, surreal, pumped up, and hopeful.  And for all these reasons, i said, “hell no, ‘di ko na ipamimigay ito”. Haha. Sentimental reasons baga.  But thinking deeper, i believe there was a reason why i chose this item.  Drew said, “Paps, let’s auction your pre loved items.’ But I ended up selecting items that are not pre loved, but very well loved, valued and treasured, especially this bag.  Madalas, sinasabi ko na ‘yung mga gamit ko, ipamamana ko sa anak ko. Ang tanong kasi, kailan? But with this decision, i am sure that these items will serve a more purposeful need than just leaving them inside boxes for years.  Besides, i know that while we have physical or material things, we don’t own them forever— what we only own are the memories, learnings and the emotions that we felt when we put these things into good use.  This bag has served its purpose. Today, i am turning it over to a new owner who had won a bid for 20,000 Pesos - money that will be used to help communities in a time where material wealth seems insufficient in handling an invisible enemy that maybe humanity too had created.  Grace Salvador, thank you and please take care of this bag just as how I value it. Drew, thank you for facilitating this cause. ...
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    Part 2 And when it was already my chance to speak, i suddenly felt a jolt in my chest. I started getting warm and red, and, as soon as i opened my mouth, it was as if a spirit entered into me and took over. This feeling spilled over to the official turn over of that big beautiful mosaic, which Pebbles Badillo Sanchez-Ogang, who now is Yespinoy’s Executive Director (yes, dito kami unang nagkatrabaho) had handed over to me. The feeling was so magical that i couldn’t explain where the adrenalin was coming from. As Nick Perlas put it, it probably was because i had tapped my “creative self”, a part of us that we disregard 99 percent of the time, but when used, could bring us to unimaginable places. That was where i was. Unimaginable, surreal, pumped up, and hopeful. And for all these reasons, i said, “hell no, ‘di ko na ipamimigay ito”. Haha. Sentimental reasons baga. But thinking deeper, i believe there was a reason why i chose this item. Drew said, “Paps, let’s auction your pre loved items.’ But I ended up selecting items that are not pre loved, but very well loved, valued and treasured, especially this bag. Madalas, sinasabi ko na ‘yung mga gamit ko, ipamamana ko sa anak ko. Ang tanong kasi, kailan? But with this decision, i am sure that these items will serve a more purposeful need than just leaving them inside boxes for years. Besides, i know that while we have physical or material things, we don’t own them forever— what we only own are the memories, learnings and the emotions that we felt when we put these things into good use. This bag has served its purpose. Today, i am turning it over to a new owner who had won a bid for 20,000 Pesos - money that will be used to help communities in a time where material wealth seems insufficient in handling an invisible enemy that maybe humanity too had created. Grace Salvador, thank you and please take care of this bag just as how I value it. Drew, thank you for facilitating this cause. ...

  •  17,000  75  4 weeks ago
  • I decided to take a break from my morning exercise today. Mabuti na lang because @drewarellano said that the rider would pick up our auctioned items before lunch and deliver them to their new owners. With much excitement (probably because of that Barako coffee gifted to me by...di ko na maalala, pero salamat), i gathered the items and prepared them one by one.  And as I was looking at the last item— the TUMI Ducati edition bag— i kinda felt something and said to myself, while nodding, “pucha ang ganda talaga nito.” So, i opened it and started to take out the remaining things inside.  A boarding pass, the PMS protocol and itinerary booklet, toothbrush, some paracetamol, a small Philippine flag pin, etc... Flashbacks started to come in. It is true that the mind mostly remembers the moments with very high emotion: happy, sad, inspired, fulfilled, or exactly what i felt during that afternoon of December 30, 2015 in Paris, France— hopeful.  We were part of the Philippine Delegation to the historic 2015 United Nations Paris Climate Change Conference. I had the honor and humbling opportunity to represent the Filipino people as a National Youth Commissioner.  The TUMI bag came with me all the way to Paris. I even almost left it at the lobby of our hotel because i was rushing to the train station to meet the other delagates. Mabuti na lang pinaalala ni Kuya Argaño Elmer sa akin, “yung bag mo!” “Oh shit!” I said, running back to get it.  But I clearly recall that whole morning where I arranged my speech, had it printed out, and was just generally very anxious and excited because it will be my first time to speak in front of world leaders in a very important forum for the world.  During that forum of leaders of Climate Vulnerable countries, everything occurred as planned, well prepared and professional in the manner. So, there i was, a newbie, seated right in the middle of our decision makers, all geared up to deliver those 3.6 M signatures to the plenary, praying that i wouldn’t stutter. (to be continued)
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    I decided to take a break from my morning exercise today. Mabuti na lang because @drewarellano said that the rider would pick up our auctioned items before lunch and deliver them to their new owners. With much excitement (probably because of that Barako coffee gifted to me by...di ko na maalala, pero salamat), i gathered the items and prepared them one by one. And as I was looking at the last item— the TUMI Ducati edition bag— i kinda felt something and said to myself, while nodding, “pucha ang ganda talaga nito.” So, i opened it and started to take out the remaining things inside. A boarding pass, the PMS protocol and itinerary booklet, toothbrush, some paracetamol, a small Philippine flag pin, etc... Flashbacks started to come in. It is true that the mind mostly remembers the moments with very high emotion: happy, sad, inspired, fulfilled, or exactly what i felt during that afternoon of December 30, 2015 in Paris, France— hopeful. We were part of the Philippine Delegation to the historic 2015 United Nations Paris Climate Change Conference. I had the honor and humbling opportunity to represent the Filipino people as a National Youth Commissioner. The TUMI bag came with me all the way to Paris. I even almost left it at the lobby of our hotel because i was rushing to the train station to meet the other delagates. Mabuti na lang pinaalala ni Kuya Argaño Elmer sa akin, “yung bag mo!” “Oh shit!” I said, running back to get it. But I clearly recall that whole morning where I arranged my speech, had it printed out, and was just generally very anxious and excited because it will be my first time to speak in front of world leaders in a very important forum for the world. During that forum of leaders of Climate Vulnerable countries, everything occurred as planned, well prepared and professional in the manner. So, there i was, a newbie, seated right in the middle of our decision makers, all geared up to deliver those 3.6 M signatures to the plenary, praying that i wouldn’t stutter. (to be continued)

  •  12,000  66  4 weeks ago
  • Caltex recognizes the heroic efforts of our frontliner drivers and motorists na patuloy na nagseserbisyo sa ating mga kababayan during the quarantine period.  Kaya naman, Caltex is offering special fuel discounts for our frontliners! Just visit the Caltex Philippines Facebook page for the mechanics and list of participating stations. Salamat at saludo po kami sa inyo! @caltexph
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    Caltex recognizes the heroic efforts of our frontliner drivers and motorists na patuloy na nagseserbisyo sa ating mga kababayan during the quarantine period. Kaya naman, Caltex is offering special fuel discounts for our frontliners! Just visit the Caltex Philippines Facebook page for the mechanics and list of participating stations. Salamat at saludo po kami sa inyo! @caltexph

  •  7,000  56  1 month ago
  • From my wife’s humble perspective, here’s a short thank you video to all the mothers and Frontliners out there as she shares her own stories about her nanay(s). Thank you @yanyuzon and @evan.aranas for helping me put this  together.  PS: I am starting to enjoy this shoot-from-home setup. 😄
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    From my wife’s humble perspective, here’s a short thank you video to all the mothers and Frontliners out there as she shares her own stories about her nanay(s). Thank you @yanyuzon and @evan.aranas for helping me put this together. PS: I am starting to enjoy this shoot-from-home setup. 😄

  •  47,000  359  1 month ago
  • Sa ating pagharap sa COVID-19, nakita natin ang kabayanihan ng marami sa ating mga manggagawang Pilipino mula sa ating health workers, military and police force, media, delivery men, fast food crew members, sales clerk, volunteers at iba pang frontliners.  That’s why, on behalf of the YesPinoy Foundation and Andrew’s Fund PH Family, we would like to honor our workers who dedicate their time and effort, and risk their safety to not only provide for their loved ones but also keep our communities and this country healthy and secure.  We would also like to thank the Philippine Navy, our community and church leaders and volunteers, hospital partners, logistics and service providers, donors, and our Operations Team for making the third wave of our food and PPE distribution possible.  1800 packs of 5 kilos of rice, 1800 packs of assorted vegetables, and 500 boxes of Nido 3+ Milk were distributed to marginalized families in Payatas, Smokey Mountain, Maisan in Sampaloc Manila, Brgy. 149 and 154 in Pasay, and Brgy. Longos in Malabon; and to far-flung communities of the Dioceses of Novaliches, Cubao, Malolos, and Antipolo with Marikina.  350 sets of PPEs were also given to our frontliners in Quezon City General Hospital, Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital, Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center, Don Manuel Lopez Memorial District Hospital in Balayan, Batangas, and the Philippine Navy. 200 merienda packs were also shared with the UP National Institutes of Health and the National Center for Mental Health.  To help, you may send your contribution to:  Paymaya Link: donate.paymaya.com Choose: YESPINOY FOUNDATION INC.  and send a screenshot of your Paymaya transaction to our IG & FB accounts @yespinoy.  Muli, mabuhay ang ating mga masisipag at matatapang na essential workers at frontliners! We salute you!  #andrewsfundph #oneincrisis #unitedincharity  @andrewsfundph  @dongdantes  @marianrivera  @titocaluag  @donamariarice  @paymayaofficial  Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Command Naval Reserve Center - NCR Civil Military Operations Group - PN Peace and Reconciliation Urban Manila (PARUM) @nestle Nido @beautedermcorporation @missrheatan @emil_ong @joywrustia  @jaywam28
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    Sa ating pagharap sa COVID-19, nakita natin ang kabayanihan ng marami sa ating mga manggagawang Pilipino mula sa ating health workers, military and police force, media, delivery men, fast food crew members, sales clerk, volunteers at iba pang frontliners. That’s why, on behalf of the YesPinoy Foundation and Andrew’s Fund PH Family, we would like to honor our workers who dedicate their time and effort, and risk their safety to not only provide for their loved ones but also keep our communities and this country healthy and secure. We would also like to thank the Philippine Navy, our community and church leaders and volunteers, hospital partners, logistics and service providers, donors, and our Operations Team for making the third wave of our food and PPE distribution possible. 1800 packs of 5 kilos of rice, 1800 packs of assorted vegetables, and 500 boxes of Nido 3+ Milk were distributed to marginalized families in Payatas, Smokey Mountain, Maisan in Sampaloc Manila, Brgy. 149 and 154 in Pasay, and Brgy. Longos in Malabon; and to far-flung communities of the Dioceses of Novaliches, Cubao, Malolos, and Antipolo with Marikina. 350 sets of PPEs were also given to our frontliners in Quezon City General Hospital, Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital, Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center, Don Manuel Lopez Memorial District Hospital in Balayan, Batangas, and the Philippine Navy. 200 merienda packs were also shared with the UP National Institutes of Health and the National Center for Mental Health. To help, you may send your contribution to: Paymaya Link: donate.paymaya.com Choose: YESPINOY FOUNDATION INC. and send a screenshot of your Paymaya transaction to our IG & FB accounts @yespinoy. Muli, mabuhay ang ating mga masisipag at matatapang na essential workers at frontliners! We salute you! #andrewsfundph #oneincrisis #unitedincharity @andrewsfundph @dongdantes @marianrivera @titocaluag @donamariarice @paymayaofficial Philippine Navy Naval Reserve Command Naval Reserve Center - NCR Civil Military Operations Group - PN Peace and Reconciliation Urban Manila (PARUM) @nestle Nido @beautedermcorporation @missrheatan @emil_ong @joywrustia @jaywam28

  •  4,000  27  1 month ago
  • In my mind: “We will fix this, hermano.” #ZandX
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    In my mind: “We will fix this, hermano.” #ZandX

  •  208,000  628  1 month ago
  • When it comes to our frontliners, there are a lot of reasons why we should be thankful for. Everyday, they are doing everything they can for every Filipino family out there. Salamat, frontliners! Your service is something we’re all definitely #GratefulTogether for! @dunkin_ph
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    When it comes to our frontliners, there are a lot of reasons why we should be thankful for. Everyday, they are doing everything they can for every Filipino family out there. Salamat, frontliners! Your service is something we’re all definitely #GratefulTogether for! @dunkin_ph

  •  4,000  30  1 month ago
  • Pag-asa sa Panahon ng COVID-19  People all over the world are adapting to the many changes in their daily lives caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Adjusting to the new normal is not easy, but the Istorya ng Pag-asa team believes that we can all help one another, by doing whatever we can during and even after this crisis.  We all have a part to play — may it be in a hospital, behind a cashier, security post, garbage collection truck, food delivery service, or at home with our families. No part is too small. In this global pandemic, it is important to understand that we can effect change simply by what we say, what we do and how we act. In our own small way, we too can help and create positive change. In our own way, we can be a source of kindness, inspiration and hope.  Join us in spreading love, kindness and hope with #SulatNgPagasa and #SalamatSaPagasa
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    Pag-asa sa Panahon ng COVID-19 People all over the world are adapting to the many changes in their daily lives caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Adjusting to the new normal is not easy, but the Istorya ng Pag-asa team believes that we can all help one another, by doing whatever we can during and even after this crisis. We all have a part to play — may it be in a hospital, behind a cashier, security post, garbage collection truck, food delivery service, or at home with our families. No part is too small. In this global pandemic, it is important to understand that we can effect change simply by what we say, what we do and how we act. In our own small way, we too can help and create positive change. In our own way, we can be a source of kindness, inspiration and hope. Join us in spreading love, kindness and hope with #SulatNgPagasa and #SalamatSaPagasa

  •  6,000  31  1 month ago