How have your parents set you up for success? Young as Noah is, I already find myself conscious of how my actions (and words) affect his future. As a parent, I have this innate desire to set him up for success. I do believe that all parents have this heart. It can get physically draining, but in the recent years of my life, I’ve noticed that it’s usually those that drain us by hard work that are most fulfilling.
I am not fond of dining at Filipino restaurants as I’ve always felt I don’t get value for my money because I can eat the dishes at home. 😅 But Pao craved for sinigang on his birthday (super late post, diba?! But I drafted this last year. Hehe!!!) and we found this nice place near my…
She was 86.
Obviously, you’re my favorite person in the world! It’s about time I added you to my favorite persons list here in my blog. It took a while, and up to now there’s so much to say but I can’t find the words.
Eight weeks postpartum and a lot of online (window) shopping, here’s my top 5 must-haves first-time moms need to check out:
Pregnancy is an exciting journey in itself that leads to an even more exciting season when the baby comes out. I’ve been blessed to experience carrying inside me LIFE… twice! God is so good He has used me to bring forth life, and at both times without the feared discomforting symptoms such as nausea and vomiting.…
I have recently added another category in this blog for my favorite people. ? How timely as I’ve been wanting to write something about this person who has been in my life for about six years now. She’s a friend, officemate, and one of my role models for servanthood. Yesterday, we awarded her for her five years…
I think I found my favorite fish entrée! ?
“Sometimes I want to go out into the pool at night and challenge my faith to walk on water, literally,” I told the woman who was helping me in my walk with God. What she said I could never forget.
If you feel powerless over what’s happening, or if you’ve been told that what you wanted was close to impossible (or totally impossible), like having been medically diagnosed with a “sure” ending, take time to read this story that will help you dare to hope against the odds.