? You’ve been in labor for several hours, hoping and praying for the little one to come out…and finally, after three pushes, you hear your baby’s first cry. You cry too. They hand over the baby, right on your chest, all slimy and gooey-looking, but it doesn’t matter. You still kiss him anyway.. He searches…
I’ve been regularly following Ms. Joy Mendoza’s blog since I was linked to it while searching about homeschooling. And it has blessed me in many ways as I learned about the dynamics of relationships, family, commitment, and faith as she candidly and humbly shares about her life experiences.
Click on the link to land on her page and to read more about the topic. 🙂
The Habit of “I Love You”
This was drafted four years ago! I know, it’s very outdated, but the message, I believe, will still ring true up to this day. So I’m posting this anyway. And also for the reason below…
I had the desire to revive my online journal once again and to be able to read back from future years of what has transpired in my life, or better yet, to see how the Lord’s hands have worked in my life. Or maybe see if I have actually allowed Him to work in it (I pray so!)
So, I’m starting again…
This year’s Mother’s Day celebration is extra special for me since I now actually belong to the mom-group! Hehe. Before I share my own 7-month long motherhood story, let me share with you some good news brought to us by Church Strengthening Ministry. Treat your moms with great reads this Mother’s Day! The days are… Continue reading Mother’s Day Treat from CSM Publishing
It’s the first week of the new year! Our new year is also a good reminder that it’s also been a year into our marriage! We celebrated our first wedding anniversary on January 4, Sunday. I read from somewhere that the wedding day is fun (and yes, we enjoyed every bit of it), but marriage… it’s even… Continue reading Happy 1st Wedding Anniversary!
It was over an afternoon snack a few years ago with my close friends that I learned about noting your life’s Milestone Markers. These were events that left significant marks in our lives, the times when we learned, led to change and to take note of God’s sovereignty over our lives. This year was notably… Continue reading My 2014 Milestone Markers
Eat all you can dining is all over town, celebrating the Filipinos’ love for bountiful food and relaxing conversation. Restaurants offering this type of buffet meals give diners reasonable value for their money and serve as great venues for get-togethers and bonding times for families and friends. This concept inspired CSM Publishing to create a… Continue reading CSM Offers Books All You Can at the 35th Manila Int’l Book Fair