I’m popularly known here as Baby Rose. My mom gave that nickname to me. She told me that when she was pregnant, she loved holding small red roses. That’s how she decided to name me as Rosniha or Baby Rose. I love roses too and I wish we grow them here in our backyard. My brother encouraged me to do a vacation in Dumaguete 18 years ago. My impression then is that it is a peaceful and beautiful city. That has not changed. Since then, we haven’t left and just did occasional visits in Marawi City. I have a small business here in Dumaguete. We decided to build a life here. You’ll find me at home recently because it’s summer. There are less customers, so I have the chance to rest and if we have the extra money we go out of town or visit the beach. I mostly enjoy playing with my grandkids, reminds me of my children when they were still younger.
Ameerah,formerly Julie is a convert Muslim.Part of her practicing Islam is her choice to wear Niqab which covers the entire body, head and face having only her eyes shown. Hear her struggles in her . . . Read More
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