” In the end, maybe its wiser to surrender before the miraculous scope of human generosity and to just keep saying thank you, forever and sincerely, for as long as we have voices.” –Eat, Pray, Love
And that’s all I have to say as Blancnotes turns 1. One big THANK YOU. To you my dear readers, sponsors, and friends, thank you. Without your full support, Blancnotes will not be where it is right now.
This website is a dream come true. It ‘s everything that I wished for and hope for. My main goal when I started this was to make this little space a source of happiness and inspiration. I would like to think that I was able to achieve that goal on Blacnotes’ first year given its strong and steady following now. I won’t complicate things anymore, you can expect the same things from Blancnotes this year and maybe some.  I will continue to feature people, places, events, product reviews and giveaways, causes, and advocacies close to my heart that would incite you to think and do something. I will continue to share here things that will touch your heart or make you smile.
There are actually two persons behind Blancnotes. Me, the owner and writer and Mr. Marlon Cruz, Blancnotes’ website developer and SEO manager. I would like to virtually (as oppose to personally) thank Kuya  Marlon for keeping Blancnotes on its toes. I only know how to write, he’s the one who makes sure that Blancnotes is running without glitches.:)
Again, thank you from the bottom of my heart.  I hope you will continue to stick around as I have a couple of surprises in store for you especially on this anniversary month.;)

About Me

I am better known as Nan’s widow, Bianca Angela’s mom, and Woodrose’s Mrs. Dela Cruz.  I am a full time teacher and mentor, a freelance writer for various print and online publications, a marathoner, and a curator of inspiring faith stories.
I am also the author of the best selling book, Grace Upon Grace: A widow’s journey.:)


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