Why Today is Special

My birthday is just a normal day for the rest of the billion people on earth. It is a regular day for me too, except that I have greetings to attend to. Just last year I decided to like and reply every single person’s greeting on my wall. Midnight stroke of June 6, 2013, IContinue reading “Why Today is Special”

Happy 31st

Probably the highlight of my birthday last year was a poem from a wonderful friend. This year, I might also receive something spectacular like a Projector, maybe?! Lol! Now, let me tell you the story of the projector. We are movie fans, we love watching any kind of flick, except that hubby hates horror films.Continue reading “Happy 31st”

Random “Mommy”

When my daughter was diagnosed with a GDD, I had so many questions. And I stopped seeking for answers. I just told myself to get through things as we go along. At 2 years old Blyf never utter a word Mommy or Daddy. That made me wonder if she has an idea that I amContinue reading “Random “Mommy””

The Good Old Potato Salad

Our local culture are not potato salad fanatic. Not for anything else, this is only because of a struggling economy. Because we can’t be picky in terms of food, we eat what is being served to us. Our definition of food hasn’t gone beyond taste and so our imagination is only limited to what weContinue reading “The Good Old Potato Salad”

It’s My First Time

I had to stay up late to catch up with work last night. My work week has always been hectic. I often wonder when the time would come when I can count the hours and smile like there’s plenty still. Often I wonder if I can survive through motherhood and having my hands and feetContinue reading “It’s My First Time”

Fear for Dear Life: Why Politicians Rule the World

I was told today that I should just accept how our government/politics work or risk being hurt by an Official’s assassin. This made my blood boil. My daughter was diagnosed with a GDD (Global Developmental Delay) months back. At 2 years old, she only babbles. Together with my husband, we moved to the province andContinue reading “Fear for Dear Life: Why Politicians Rule the World”

We Live to Love

With the growing tension between China and the Philippines, I witnessed a human kindness beyond borders. We were boarding a small vessel on our way back to Bohol, yesterday. The tickets sold were more than the seating capacity. The MV Starcraft crew pointed fingers at each other and for an hour they could not figureContinue reading “We Live to Love”

Wisdom Worthy to Pass Around

TWENTY THINGS A DAD SHOULD TELL HIS DAUGHTER 1) Pay attention to the way a man loves his mother. That is the way he will love you. 2) You can do anything a man can do, including organic chemistry, un-clogging toilets and assembling IKEA furniture. 3) Older women wear makeup so THEY can look likeContinue reading “Wisdom Worthy to Pass Around”

Life Comes Full Circle

When I was younger, I love my friends more than my family. How I hated to be constantly reminded, scolded of the things that I did and did not do. All sorts of phrases trying to teach me what life is and what life will be. I wanted to be with friends all the timeContinue reading “Life Comes Full Circle”

The Senses in the Morning

The beauty of the morning…the beauty of the dawn Those strange sounds, those strange songs Are they birds or bats?  Nevertheless they are equally mesmerizing to hear The aroma of coffee, the morning dew The smell of grasses leaving a scent so easy to forget, and they shouldn’t be The gentle breeze, the oh soContinue reading “The Senses in the Morning”

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Dr. Eric Perry

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