"Being a full-time mother is one of the highest salaried jobs in my field, since the payment is pure love." ~Mildred B. Vermont~

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Trials and Tribulations are Life's Blessings

I have been very occupied with lots of things in my life that I have lost track of my blogs. I thought I still have six blogs and have forgotten my two new blogs! This is one of the two :-(. Shame on me. Can you blame me? With our recent trip to the Philippines and my health, I think those who really know me and love me will understand what I am going through. They would say that my health and family is more important than anything in this world. Life is still hard after we got back from our trip, but it has to go on. Trials and tribulations are part of life...they will help mold me into a better and stronger person....for me these are blessings for I can learn from them. I love my life even with those trials. They make my life better and happier!

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Getting to Know Me

I am a wife, mother, believer, daughter, dreamer, sister, friend, achiever, servant, and a blogger. A carefree individual safeguarded by limits...which for is good. Without limit, I could be in danger! I do believe that writing is an art and it soothes the spirit and mind.

No matter how high the level of your intellectual capacity is, you will still end up a mediocre if you will not exert a consistent effort in studying and doing the best you can to excel. There’s nothing insurmountable in this life when you let faith or prayer prevails over pride or pessimism. There’s nothing wrong in wearing make up and dressing fabulously as long as it’s within the Lord’s standard and not for worldly gratification. Remember, physical beauty fades, but inner beauty and intelligence will be carried out to the highest realm. I’m a believer of inner beauty! Learning does not stop when a degree is earned, because every ending is always a beginning of a new knowledge and wisdom venture. Having a loving and supportive family, amazing husband or companion and good friends define the best support system.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

My Son's Artwork

This is my very first entry for Willa's new meme "kids in doodles." Here are few of my son's artworks; aside from reading and math, my son loves to draw and color. I was surprise when he showed me this drawings one day! I am impressed! For a six year old boy, these photos are amazing...and he is awesome. We are very proud of you, Son!

Anyway, click the badge below to share your kid's doodles or artwork... :-)! We'd love to see them, too! Thanks Willa for hosting/creating this fun meme.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Things Worth Thinking

One time while I was reading my niece's blog, I came across this post. After reading it...I paused for a while and think.....What would you think if you were me? Share us you thoughts if you may; thank you :-)!

In a crowd, a man cracked a joke. The people laughed hard.
After a moment, he cracked the same joke again and a little less people laughed this time.

He cracked the same joke again and very few laughed this time.

When there was no laughter in the crowd, he smiled and said,

"When you can't laugh on the same joke again and again then why do you keep crying over the same thing over and over again?"

The question made me think harder and harder; my answer was...it is a matter of choice. You can choose to cry and make yourself miserable or laugh because you chose to be happy and not because whatever that is you were crying about "will pass" as well.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Playing Baseball at the Park

We had a busy weekend last week. On Saturday, we went to a friend's son's birthday at Chuck E Cheeses where the boys had a blast! After the party, we headed to the park and let the kids play baseball with their father's while I acted like a photographer as usual. At around 8pm since it was still bright we went to continue the birthday celebration at Freddy's house where we ate dinner, cake and more fun times with the kids.

Jacob and his friend, Charles love to play baseball with their Dads and they actually did a good job considering they don't practice often. Impressive! Anyway, my share on KID.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

What Do You Think?

While I was looking for some images at Google, I came across the photo below. I thought I read it wrong so I re read it again; I read it right and it says " a clean house is a sign of a wasted life." I don't agree with it....maybe to those who live in a messy house it is a waste of life cleaning their abode. To me, I am sorry to say, but this statement means---laziness. The statement should be read like this: "a clean house is a sign of a happy homemaker/wife/mother."

Personally, I love a clean house; so I clean my house...and I am happy doing it. I feel organized, at peace and comfortable when my house is clean and in order. How about you? What do you think of this sign or statement. To some it means a great excuse not to clean...and to me...that is pathetic!