Tonette Fornillos

Call me Tonette, a Filipina. I'm an old-fashioned girl and I am for bringing back some lovely traditions of the 40s, 50s, and 60s. Wouldn't it be lovely to bring back the quite lost arts of long ago? I love things old-fashioned... even when I bake I still use my father's handmade wire whisk. You can imagine how I remained charmed with old Pillsbury and Peotraco :-)

I've been writing comic stories since age 9. Then I and my younger siblings would be waiting for rations of Reader's Digest, Time, and Columbia mags so we can cut out pictures and glue them on the comic books. Too late the mags were stripped off of lovely photos by the time my father gets a hold of them. Today, the memories make us all laugh and I find reminiscing those days most enjoyable of all.

Thanks to Hubpages, I can write things I'm inclined about -- beauty, love, children, to anything country, and things that begin at home. Through my writing, I wish I can raise people's spirits and help many women understand their true beauty and how little things can make a difference. Just a little of me to help make the world smile thiiiiiiisss BIG:=)