Old habits die hard. I'm glad that even if I stopped reading books for a while, I still find myself going back to reading. One of the newest books that I have is Better Than Jewels by Rica Peralejo, a weekly devotional. Each topic has questions for the readers and there's a space where you … Continue reading Voice Out Gratitude (Better Than Jewels 11-2)
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?
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
In these trying times, God's words are my comfort. I received a news that almost crushed me. My husband cried with me and shared my sorrow. I know that this test is a blessing in disguise. I may not understand it now but everything will make sense in the future. By God's grace, I will … Continue reading Through Pain and Faith
You know that I love Kdramas but I don't post anything about Korean series. Why? It's because I am not good at writing film or series reviews *LOL* But I have to make an exception this time as the last Kdrama that I finished reflects the truth about parenting and marriage, topics that are close … Continue reading 5 Realizations From Go Back Couple (A Kdrama)
Someone noticed that I only eat sandwich (wheat bread) during lunchtime and asked if I am on a diet and I said yes. She replied, " I think if someone is on a diet, it's because of the husband. My partner does not want me to get fat." When I heard this, I was like … Continue reading It’s Not Him, It’s Me ( For a Better Me)
Aside from knowing all the characters in Sing and Trolls and playing Moana's song in my head over and over again (read: LSS) getting excited when there's another cartoon movie released is what I acquired from my children. Just recently, we watched Coco (my little man loves skeleton and monsters) , a film about Miguel, … Continue reading 10 Things I Will Remember From Coco