Based on my title you might think that this blog is about the third time I fell in love with a man. You might think that wow! I fall in love so many times. But first, look at this photo and you will understand why I am so in love. This photo is his actual… Continue reading The Third Time I Fell in Love
Motherhood brings out the greatest love. Being a mom stirs in mixed emotions within you that only you can truly understand. I am sure many from your family and friends would share the happiness with you once the good news –that you are pregnant, is out. What they don’t know, behind your innocent smile is… Continue reading A Mother’s Love
Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.” William Jennings Bryan My Life . . . I grew up believing that your choices in life defines your destiny. In my primary years in school,… Continue reading My Life… My Journey… The best is yet to come…
I am a mom of three, but only my eldest is living with us. His younger siblings never had the chance to grow and develop inside my womb to see the light outside this world. They have gone too soon! My husband and I were married in December 2008 and I got pregnant with my… Continue reading I Am a Mother of Three
" To the world you are a Mother, but to your family you are the World." Let me share my story. A Wife. Together is a beautiful place to be. I got married in December 2012. I resigned from my work in May 2013 and decided to be with my husband in a foreign country… Continue reading A Wife, a Mom and a Woman I want to be!
We met I and my husband, Russell, started our love story with this not so typical type of relationship, the Long Distance Relationship. Year 2013 when we first met at The SM Store Rosales here in Pangasinan, he was a phone sales agent and I was one of the shop's customers back then. We became… Continue reading Long Distance Relationship – Is it worth it?
I am a single mom to three young adults now. I have two boys and one girl who are only ten months apart. Hahaha! Yes, I gave birth to my eldest in January 1997. Then gave birth to my second son in November of the same year. The following year, in September, I gave birth… Continue reading A LITTLE PIECE OF ME
Have you tried setting expectations yet dismally failed? Recently, I drew my own timeline to see what have I done in my life so far: After college graduation and passing the boards, I worked for a few years, got married, and had children. A big chunk was also devoted to doing volunteer church work. Family… Continue reading 7 Ways to Cope with Failed Expectations
I always want to live abroad. Six years ago, we decided to move to the Middle East after my husband received a job offer from an airline company. I didn’t worry about anything before we left because all I felt was the excitement of living in another country. When you move somewhere, every day is… Continue reading Facts Nobody Told You About Living as an Expat
When President Rodrigo Duterte declared that Luzon-wide would be under Enhanced Community Quarantine, 360 degrees swift change in our lives happened. Works, Classes & suspension of mass transportation limit the movement of people to contain the spread of the virus. No work, no pay means no money for food and necessities. No mass transportation mean… Continue reading COVID-19 DISEASE PANDEMIC – A RESET BUTTON?