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My full name is Sharmaine Agabas Banania. I've got tons of nicknames for you to choose from though: sha, maine, rica, ning, and Shanania. :P

A simple but an example of a strong woman. Born in a beautiful land,surrounded by mountain "BOLINEY ABRA". I was born as, a half blooded tinguian. From the sight of Bao-yan. The indigenous,people in Abra,and I am proud of having this blood running into me.

"Malalim magisip pero mababaw ang kaligayahan"--that's me in a nutshell. I laugh at the corniest jokes and I will laugh if someone trips or falls (i'm sorry, I can't stop it), just like how I laugh when I fall.

Yes, I'm an SSB (Single Since Birth). By choice of course. I prioritize my family, studies, and career first.

If you want to know more don't be afraid to ask! I don't bite! (I think.)

I love music.(diff. kinds of music). I Love ,my BAND.! my Family and My BFF (Best Friend Forever). Mr. Arjay Valera...

.. It's food for my soul. It is a part of me that I can't ever erase. I don't really have preferences since my mood dictates my music. And speaking of "food for the soul", I love love love FOOD. Yummm... My dad' is a chef in our house so it's only natural that food is part of my passions. I don't have a favorite. I love everything from Filipino to Mexican to Tinguian to Bicol Express to Whatever! And I'm not picky with food. If it's edible, I'll eat it.... Hmm... If it doesn't move I'll eat it... okay fine... If I can catch it then I'll eat it! :))

Reading and writing is also a favorite of mine. I can't imagine a day where I don't write about SOMETHING. And no, Facebook isn't the only book I read…...

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