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About Dine Racoma

Dine Racoma known also as Sexy Mom is a Filipina, doing what she likes best—writing, her passion. She writes freelance, does research, advises on new media, and manages a virtual assistance office for home-based jobs. A mother of 7 (what joy!) foremost, a wife, MIL, grandma to 2 pretty girls and an angel in heaven, sister, daughter, friend. Was in the corporate world for 27 years, the first 5 as Executive Secretary to an affiliate of the country’s biggest drug chain, and the last 22 as an international civil servant in an international development bank with HQ in Manila. Traveled extensively to many countries bringing about rich experiences and lessons learned to share with dear Readers, all these she shares with her dear Readers in The D Spot.

Dine Racoma known also as Sexy Mom is a Filipina, doing what she likes best—writing, her passion. She writes freelance, does research, advises on new media, and manages a virtual assistance office for home-based jobs. A mother of 7 (what joy!) foremost, a wife, MIL, grandma to 2 pretty girls and an angel in heaven, sister, daughter, friend. Was in the corporate world for 27 years, the first 5 as Executive Secretary to an affiliate of the country’s biggest drug chain, and the last 22 as an international civil servant in an international development bank with HQ in Manila. Traveled extensively to many countries bringing about rich experiences and lessons learned to share with dear Readers, all these she shares with her dear Readers in The D Spot.

Dine Racoma shares her poems at Poems from the Heart, her gastronomic experiences here at Dine-a-Bite, her parenting experiences at Parenting–Pinoy Moms Network, and her advocacies at The Filipina Images and The CRIBS Blog.

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1. Tess Marasigan - July 20, 2008

Hi,

As I was read some of your peoms, I can’t help myself fascinating a good work that you do….it’s really great…a good inspiration…..

Keep up the good work….GOd bless….

2. Dine Racoma - August 2, 2008

Thank you, Tess. Comments like this are inspiration enough to write more. God bless you, too.

3. Jonell - September 18, 2008

It is so nice to see someone like you, being the Sexy Mom, writing poems that truly inspires us, the young. Keep it up.

4. Tet de Vera - October 8, 2008

Hi Ateng been reading your poems, how inspiring talaga, luv u .

5. Rody Silva - October 8, 2008

“So live that when your summons comes to join the innumerable caravan which moves to that mysterious place where each shall have his chamber in the silent halls of death, Thou go not as the quarry slave at night, scourged to his dungeon; But, sustained and soothed by an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave like one who wraps the drapery of his couch about him, and lies down to pleasant dreams.” from William Cullen Bryant’s “Thanatopsis”. Just that, to share a favorite piece of poetry.


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