Are you a "PROUDLY FILIPINA"?

@dong1970 (1573)
Philippines
November 7, 2008 8:50pm CST
I've watch a tv show in QTV 11 hosted by Ms Charlene Gonzales which featured filipino women that excel on their own rights,and i am just thinking that every filipino woman has her own story.You are one of them that can be called a "PROUDLY FILIPINA"
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@djoyce71 (2512)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
Because I am a loyal Kapamilya, I don't get to watch QTV 11 which is owned by GMA 7. But for your question, I can say that I am a proud Filipina. Even though I am just a simple woman with not much achievements and riches, I can still say I'm proud because I'm doing what I have to do without hurting or stepping others. I help people and try to make them happy in a way I can, and I'm proud of that. Every woman, Filipina or non-Filipina, should be proud of herself if she does good deeds to other people and does her duties, jobs and responsibilities well. Good day!
@cathya (705)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
same here with me , PROUDLY PINAY & PROUDLY KAPAMILYA
• Philippines
9 Nov 08
I'm a proud Filipina, an aspiring entrepreneur so that I can give jobs and have time for my family. I've always enjoyed living here in Manila and can't think of staying anywhere else ..=)
@Shar1979 (2723)
• United States
8 Nov 08
Yeah I am proud to be Pinay especially now that I am living in a country where caucasians are seen everywhere. Pinays really stand out. No matter what I've reached...I'm still proud.
@vanities (11387)
• Davao, Philippines
8 Nov 08
i could say that im proud to be a filipina regardless of what i have reached ..a successful career or just a plain housewife....but since i live and born here its a qualifying statement that i should be proud of..
@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
Yes, I know that show. I love watching it! Every Filipina must be proud of herself. Many may not be as popular as those featured on the show but each Filipina should do something she could be proud of herself. In fact even an ordinary housekeeper or a full time mother could very well proclaim she's "Proudly Filipina! No matter how insignificant a woman's role is, for as long as she is doing her duties to perform at her best then she should be proud of her achievements. As a mother and a careerwoman, I could proudly say I have all the reasons to be called "Proudly Filipina" in my own right!