Our lives changed by the pandemic

I am quickly writing this while assisting my eldest daughter Kyrzten and planning my day for work at home. She’s listening to Teacher Rose, her Civics teacher. They are talking about maps and its different kinds. Gone are the days where I drop off the kids to school in the morning and pick them upContinue reading “Our lives changed by the pandemic”

Who says you can’t swim before you can walk?

We used to live around the coastal area of Cebu City. I was born into a family of fish porters. We were partially a floating village. My grandfather’s main source of income was carrying heavy loads of fishes inside a huge steel basin on his head from the coast to the market, which was onlyContinue reading “Who says you can’t swim before you can walk?”

Children and Solving Problems

My almost 6-year old daughter is out on the streets today with her 3-wheeler small bike. It took her 2 years to figure out how to paddle and finally be able to enjoy it. She was then approached by 7-year old Eya, a neighbor who has been interested with her and wanted to be friendsContinue reading “Children and Solving Problems”

Tagalog & Bisaya- The good, the bad and the stigma

Branding and judgment, we cannot put those two in separate bowls. Simply because when we brand we judge and vice versa. We have brands of clothes, medicines, and food because we mark each of them lesser or greater than the others. It has become human nature to put a wall and differentiate ourselves from theContinue reading “Tagalog & Bisaya- The good, the bad and the stigma”

That afternoon of surprise driving lesson

We were out to pick up some groceries today. The past days have been full of doubts and almost unbearable. My back’s aching, my heart on a sudden searing pain. It’s as if anxiety is almost engulfing everything in- deep, hollow, and scary. But as what I always say, these days are not common, yetContinue reading “That afternoon of surprise driving lesson”

Living with kids and more

We were out yesterday to accompany a friend going to Hinagdanan Cave, a famous tourist spot in the heart of Panglao Island, Bohol. We accompanied a friend and her visitors from Mindoro. Though it was a long drive, it was all worth it. Also, the last time I was there was like five or sixContinue reading “Living with kids and more”

A taste of Manila, destined and blessed-1st Day

I have heard so many things about Manila, and majority were negative descriptions. From traffic to rising numbers of informal settlers congesting Manila, to crimes and road accidents and Manila’s biggest challenge, floods. And like many people, I had a feeling of disgust towards going to Manila hearing this and that and I humbly sayContinue reading “A taste of Manila, destined and blessed-1st Day”

#tbt childhood extravaganza- my brother broke my face

I am writing this story on a moving boat boarding again to Cebu. There’s an event that I have to help prep and attend. The past days has been crazy, new therapists, internet connection downtime, budget went haywire as I have to take over grocery and food buying again because they bought too many driedContinue reading “#tbt childhood extravaganza- my brother broke my face”

#tbt childhood extravaganza-the royal baby

I have started this #throwbackthursday -my version last week, and I am sure having fun at this. At least, for now. <—- that statement is in total reference to my short interest span. Is there such a thing? Okay, so well. This whole commotion about the royal baby who almost everyone is so excited about;Continue reading “#tbt childhood extravaganza-the royal baby”

Bohol, Philippines!!! A day tour

Just last Sunday we had an opportunity of yet again visiting local places and tourist spots. It was an invitation from a friend and we heeded because it will be good for us and for our daughter. Just 4 days ago we watched Dianne (my friend’s daughter) compete for their Sports Fest. A beauty andContinue reading “Bohol, Philippines!!! A day tour”

Stuff I Run Out Of When The Kids are Here

When my nephew and nieces are here, it’s total chaos. But they are the happy kind of chaos, they bring laughter and adventure. They bring love and inspiration. Their noise is music to my ears, and they make wonderful playmates/babysitter to Blyf. Yesterday, they came here without notice. Their dad is running an errand. LaterContinue reading “Stuff I Run Out Of When The Kids are Here”

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