"...Forensic specialist with a penchant for …….shooting, and sometime stunt-woman, Mary Grace Ocampo, ‘The Nun’. Born in the Philippines in 1999. Her family moved out of Quezon City in 2001. She’s the fifth of five children, three brothers and a sister. Her complexion and body language make her out to appear as the innocence and tranquility of a devout Catholic nun. Even her family thinks that Mary Grace is a nun. Her petite stature of four feet eleven inches, as well weighing a light ninety-nine pounds no one would ever suspect she could do such damage to a man. Let alone a man with a gun, as she was barely armed."
“When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.” ---Ralph Waldo Emerson There are many ways to shed light on seemingly impossible situations or what we would consider obstacles to our daily living. It is not always in our daily intake and output that is the measurement of a human being. It is the grind. Some people struggle with miniscule grinds; while others have bus loads to grind through. Some don’t make it. Few do. Making it, is not, not dying. It’s progressing through even when there appears no light at the end of the tunnel. That there may not even be a twinkle of a star in the nights ahead. And the human that faces that, knowing full well that they can’t change the ending to their earthly story. Yet, they consciously go through the process, has made it. They’ve lived. No matter their age, I believe that, to be one of Life’s truths. As this year has progressed, the pandemic actually blessed us. Yep. Many would not agree with that. But then, they weren’t us. They weren’t our