Write to Me(i)

As you may guess based on the theme of this blog, I enjoy reading–and encouraging others to¬† write–letters. :) Therefore, I would enjoy hearing from you! You can send your letter through the comment field below or email me through the.meilbox.project@gmail.com.

Saying “thank you” seems easy but please know that these two words come deeply from my heart. Thank you for visiting and I hope you will drop by again soon! Here’s wishing you more joys and sources of inspiration!

With best wishes,

Mei

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6 thoughts on “Write to Me(i)”

  1. Hi Mei,

    I was impressed by your MeiLbox. I also like your paper posed in the WB e-course.
    I am from the Solomon Islands, been to the Philippines a couple of times and made very good friends (Roberta (Bobby) and Jenny from ADB), Rowena (Bing) from IFPRI…

    Salamat,

    Barnah

    1. Salamat rin, Barnah! :) I appreciate your visit and kind words! You can feel free to share the link to this site and the paper. The paper is also available here for download (see my latest post). I’m glad to know that you have been to the Philippines twice already! Send me an email in your next visit, maybe we can chat a bit. I’d also let you know should the universe allow me a visit to Solomon Islands in the future. I wish you all the best. See you soon in our WBI virtual classroom! :)

  2. Hello!

    I have read your post, “Little Prince and Climate Change”. I am also taking the same class in UPOU right now, and we also submitted the same paper to Dr. Serrano. I agree with your posts. Galing. Linking The Little Prince with climate change is brilliant. I never thought of that. :) Great job.

    1. Hi Jeri! Hope this reaches you well! Thanks so much for your very kind words and for taking the time to visit meiLBOX! I am humbled. :) I wish you all the best in your UPOU studies. Hope to meet you in the flesh one of these days. Have fun! God bless you!

  3. great blog po! :-) seems like there’s more to nueva vizcaya, why wont you feature some of its indigenous architecture. something big and original.Im sure meron dyan,. :-)

    1. Hello Rexer! Thank you so much for your visit and the very kind words! Nueva Vizcaya is certainly a special place. How I wish I can go back and be able to capture more. I will surely keep your suggestion in mind on my next trip/s. Thank you again! I wish you great moments in your own travels! God bless!

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