My daughter went home from school last week with a consent form that says I am giving her the permission to attend Journalism class everyday at 10:50 am. I smiled because I was in Journalism class, too, when I was in elementary and high school. I wrote for our school paper. I asked her if … Continue reading 20 Reasons Why
Since I skipped this post last April, I would like to end May with LHD. Ang bilis ng pasukan! And I'm excited for my Ate to go back to school even if it means more assignments, reviews and projects are coming because she's in the fifth grade already. Wew, in two school years, P and … Continue reading Sando, Summer, School (LHD April and May)
To celebrate our bf-gf and wedding anniversary, P and I joined my highschool friends' trip to Calaguas Island. I was hesitant at first since there's no guarantee that by last week of April, my rest day would be Sat-Sun. Good thing it was still our training week and my boss allowed me to go on … Continue reading Nocturnal Mom Travels: Calaguas Island
A friend told me that the true test of faith is not when everything goes your way. It's actually the opposite. How long are you going to trust the Lord and His plans when what's happening in your life is not what you prayed for? Thoughts about quitting my job is making sleep quite impossible … Continue reading How Long Are You Going To Trust Him?
Whenever I see a new café that's accessible to our home, my heart skips a beat because I get so excited to visit it. After Z's second anti-rabies shot (he graduated already yay!) we noticed Pages and Lattes, a place perfect for students and book lovers. Thanks to my husband's libre, I have another Nocturnal … Continue reading Nocturnal Mom’s Eat and Run: Pages and Lattes
Even though the word Autism is commonly heard, still there are several speculations about Autism and of the people affected by it. In the Philippines, it is estimated that there are around 1 million people living with Autism, yet not everybody can understand what it it’s like. The Autism spectrum Disorder is a condition where … Continue reading Calel’s Wacky Art Shirts: Spreading Autism Awareness, 1 Shirt at a Time
Last Saturday night, we were at the hospital for Zady's 4th anti-rabies shot. A group of people talking in the middle of Emergency Room caught my attention. I overheard that one of their family members just passed away. Two women who were part of the circle sat in front of us. Disclaimer: Hindi ako tsismosa, … Continue reading The Pillow