This is a little girl in the Philippines who sorta
“adopted me” during my last visit there.
I was there for 35 days from early December 2019
through early January 2020.
While there every time that she came over she sought
me out and followed me about every where that I went.
She was constantly holding my hand and since I was
also going through a bit of a personal (mental) struggle,
she noticed that I had been drinking a little too much.
In fact, one day when I was shaking just a little
she looked deep in my eyes and asked if I was cold.
I wasn’t… I was having withdrawls from drinking a
little too much the night before.
Another time, she looked at me and asked why I was
so sad. I didn’t feel sad sitting one a VERY beautiful
beach overlooking the South China Sea, but she felt
that I was.
After I left the Philippines, she actually made a
short video appealing to me to stop drinking and
“come back to live in the Philippines so that she could
take care of me” 🙂
She will be 7 years old on November 24th, and I’d
like to surprise her by having her receive a few
birthday cards from total strangers.
To send her a card, all that you need to do is
visit this link:
That link shows how to send a card right over the
internet. However, all that you need to do is
click the link beneath the video that says “Send A
free Card” and it should drop you right into the
backend of my personal account.
From there you can select and compose a card, adding
any photo that you would like on the inside and or
outside, address it, and then send it.
Since the card is being sent from inside my personal
account it is already paid for and when you get to
the checkout, it will tell you that the card is FREE.
I have an account that allows me to send an
UNLIMITED number of cards, anywhere in the world for
just $97… and that price INCLUDES the First Class
Postage. So, your sending the card isn’t costing me
anything extra. I’ve had an account with company
since 2004, and am getting ready to use this very
same account to send ALL of my personalized holiday
Ask me if you’d like to know more about getting
your own account, and you can get one for free. My
account just gives me cards at a much lower rate.
Here is the address to send the card to:
Brien Pol E. Yanilla
C-601 Purok 4
Brien Pol is actually the father of Savannah, who
is the 7 year old. I first met Brien Pol when he
was only perhaps 3 years old and I was stationed
at Clark Air Base in the Philippines.
I plan a visit back to the Philippines in late 2021,
and would love to spend time with her actually going
through the cards and showing her where each one was
I also plan on building a second home in the Philippines
some time next year, and provided Covid-19 cooperates,
if you visit during one of the times when I’m there
instead of in Florida, you’re more than welcome to
drop by… and you’ll have a place to stay for a few
Thank you VERY much for this favor.