Crescent, Translucent

My grandmother’s name was Cresencia Cruz, which I always thought was divine. We called her “nanay.” Nanay Enciang. She was born in 1919, April 19th. She would’ve turned 101 years old last week.

She used to live with my aunt in Seattle for many years, and she only temporarily came back to Manila for a few times. I couldn’t remember the exact last time I saw her, but whenever she did, she never failed to make me bawl with…

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fka Erin Cross. Based in Tokyo, Japan. Black and white visual storyteller.

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fka Erin Cross. Based in Tokyo, Japan. Black and white visual storyteller.

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