I demand a quiet morning!!! It's not an option, it's a requirement for my sanity. My sanity is important to me as I already underwent depression. Yes you read it right DEPRESSION. There was a time that depression and I were bedmates for more than a week and it was no fun! I felt so… Continue reading I need my sanity!
I am my father’s daughter, I realized. My work ethics is an extension of my parents work view. My parent worked for a beverage Company that operates twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week. They have work on holidays and even on Christmas day. I remember when I was younger; my… Continue reading My Father’s Daughter
During our first year anniversary, I asked my husband what he saw in me that made him decide that l am the one. He said, I am AMIABLE. I Googled amiable and dictionary.com says it is having or showing pleasant, good-natured personal qualities; agreeable; willing to accept the wishes, decisions, or suggestions of another or… Continue reading Marcopper
Earthlings, let's unite and make caring pandemic! The Earth is sometimes referred to as mother earth and all of us inhabiting her are all her children. I know, I know it is just a line taken from a speech of an environmentalist, but if you try to look at world as one big nation, then… Continue reading We are all EARTHLINGS!
As part of my Ethics and Corporate Service Responsivity (CSR) course, we are required to render at least six hours of Service Learning Activity (SLA). Our group agreed on a book drive for the children being ministered by Doulos for Christ World Harvest Ministry (DFC). Every Saturday they have J12 Kids Service, 5:30 PM at… Continue reading I dream with their children . . .
I feel old in my forties. Don’t get me wrong, I am not depressed, burned-out or feeling defeated. Neither am I sick or dying. On the contrary, I feel more alive and blessed now. There is sense of purpose and meaning into my life. These days, I am seeing how good the Lord has been… Continue reading Feeling OLD at 40’s++
I was talking to several friends a week ago. As always, the topic is our children, work and married life. While reviewing for my class, I still could not shake-off in my mind the stories we shared. Funny how some terminologies I encounter can be explained by our life story. I have interwoven our stories… Continue reading Nina & Ben