PHOTO Grabbed from Rappler.com They say that we must let go and must go on. They also said that the problem with Filipino people is that we do not know how to forgive, saying that the lack of clemency is a big hindrance to our country’s progress. I say the problem with us is that … Continue reading RANT: #MarcosIsNotAHero
According to a DISC personality test I just took few days ago, I scored comparatively high in dominance.I pasted the results of this test below, indicating some of the traits and behaviors that usually describe people who scored high in this aspect. When I saw these results, I immediately thought about my marriage, and how … Continue reading Dominance in Marriage
My Dearest Elijah, Few days ago, you were brave enough to make your first step. You did it confidently on your own and we couldn't be any prouder. Congratulations, you strived hard and you finally succeeded. The first step is always the hardest, same goes with life. But once you decided to make that first step, the next one will just be a breeze. As they … Continue reading Letters To Elijah: Wear Your Courage
After my husband's wedding proposal last June 2014 (you can read about it on my previous blog post), our family decided to have a short getaway in the South. It was early morning when we headed to Calatagan, Batangas. We were already in Maragondon, Cavite the night before that so it just was less than two-hours … Continue reading Hidden Gem in Batangas: Burot Beach
Originally written last September 25, 2016 For quite some time, I have been thinking of writing about my husband and I's first official date. But I've been captivated by the story of Harvey Specter and Mike Ross for about five days now, and all of my spare time has been consumed by them. So here I am, just expressing my heart out while … Continue reading Revisiting Memories: Our First Date
First of the many spontaneous letters I will write for my beloved son, based on what I feel at this very moment.
"...The great joy of collecting wasn't in the art itself... but in the person i collected it with, my beloved Ruth. The happiness these paintings brought her was immeasurable. And sharing that happiness... was the great privilege of my life. We celebrated, we achieved. We endured, we compromised. And above all.. We loved. The true … Continue reading Fresh From The Heart: The Longest Ride