“I didn’t totally understand why things had to happen the way they did.”
This is from an entry to my blog’s 1st anniversary giveaway. If you’re going through some life/direction crisis, or a hodge podge of things dragging you down, I think you can well relate to this story. More than relating to it, I’m sure you’ll be encouraged and you can grab hold of a thing or two from here that can keep you going!
Good news and bad news from last week on #wGcbHd. Plus, what is the best book a grieving person can read?
I thought I was 6 weeks pregnant, but… Here’s announcement #2, as promised! 😉
As a post 1st anniversary thanks to all of you, I’m giving away freebies, which include an overnight stay with breakfast for two in a newly opened bed and breakfast in Tagaytay. ?
People who I’ve had the privilege of working with know that I’m pretty deliberate with almost everything (yup, #4 theme in Strengths Finder). My colleagues probably get tired of me asking them what’s the purpose or what’s the goal before giving my two cents on things. So let me share with you here the story…
On February 2016, days after I started blogging about the loss of our first child, an acquaintance from church got in touch with me. That time, it was almost 2 years since her and her husband lost their firstborn due to the same rare condition we lost ours.
UPDATE 2016-Oct-18: The books are now available! ? Check out this post to order. Hey everyone!!! I’m super excited to announce that the paperback edition of my book, “When God Could’ve But He Didn’t,” will soon be available! Since I’m self-publishing for now, I’ll be printing a limited quantity to start with. You can pre-order below.…
After more than a year from the time we lost our first child, I had a conversation with someone who has gone through a similar heart-shattering moment. I did meet some who had similar experiences and I greatly appreciate their wisdom, but theirs happened way back. It has only been around two months since our dear Berea…
When you’re in a place outside of your comfort zone, whether God has brought you to nice place (like a new job) or He allowed difficult times in your life (like the passing of a loved one), don’t let fear take hold of you.
Got sick this week. When I had symptoms, it was very easy to remember the doctor’s orders. But even when I’m still not done with the meds, just a little relief already made me forget. Enter life lesson.