December 1, 2021

9 thoughts on “Metamorphosis of a Kano Part 2

    1. It is a pretty good story. Have you seen part 1? It’s pretty good too, but not as heart touching as this one.
      Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment on it Donna. How are things going with your house hunt in Ormoc?

  1. Thank you for your service and for the positive image of Americans you have cultivated in the Philippines.

    1. Your welcome Mike. Even though I did retire from the military, I sometimes wish I would have stayed longer. I do (or I did) miss it. As for showing a positive image, well I’m just me, being me here, so it’s easy for me to do. Thanks for stopping by the website. From your statement, I take it that you are from the Philippines? Or maybe you just like it when Americans show respect for other countries, I know I do. Please let me know your opinion on whatever it is that I write on here. I can take it, so please tell me your honest opinion.
      Oh, and by the way, that’s not me in this story. It was sent to me by someone still in the military. But we both are good ambassadors for our birth country.

    1. Winda did you read his first one? I personally think the 2nd one is better, but the first one was good too. I think I put a link on the 2nd one for the 1st one and vice versa.

      1. Yes I did, JJ. Can’t imagine why I didn’t leave a comment after I read it since I liked that as well. Something must’ve came up and I had to log off. Couldn’t wait to dig into this one when I saw his by line. 🙂

  2. Once again Scott, you have made my day! In the eyes of the common folks in Barangay Basita, you have set an outstanding example of a good wholesome Kano and a devoted man of the faith. You may stand out because of your physical attraction (tall and caucasian) but the folks know you for your sacrifice and the love for your family. Well done sir!

    Respectfully — Jake

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