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Thursday, September 28, 2006

Lady Diana and the Moss Etsy Shop

I was trying to check out where my visitors (old kusina, that is) most often come from, and I noticed this link, clicked on it, and lo! Was I surprised to see a very talented Filipina in Oregon! Check out her shop!

I am posting about her today because I admire (and envy) her talent and her capacity to earn income with what she enjoys most. Not only that, her husband is so supportive and brings out his talent as well to contribute to her work! What a team! She is currently preggy and this is an excellent way to earn some dough at home.

I hope some other Pinays will get ideas about their skills/talents to earn at home like Lady Diana does. (And this is another reason why I am posting about her here.)


  1. Awww, shucks!

    Salamat ng marami, manang. You're blog always makes me hungry...

    Thanks for the shout-out!

    Keep the recipes coming.

  2. ld, alang anuman. what u do is something that other talented at-home moms can emulate!


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