Monthly Archives: February, 2013

Thought I Quote #1

A young mother approached Aristotle and asked, “When should I begin training my child?” “How old is your child?” Aristotle wanted to know. “He is five.” was the mother’s reply. Whereupon the great philosopher cried out: “Hurry home! You’re five years late already.” Advertisements

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Happily Ever After!

Who among us don’t want to have a “happily ever after”? Well, I guess everyone wants to have a fairy tale ending. As for me to have a house I can call my own where I can create a home and to march down the aisle to make God witness my solemn vow to my …

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Teaching our Kids to Serve

Being a mom, it is one of my primary goals to promote wholesome children that will someday help and be a part of the nation building. I, for one believed that training our children in their early years would mean a lot as they grow up. These values that we impart to them will serve …

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A Glass Window

A Glass Window           I dreamt of a house with a glass window,          Of grotesque form and architectural design.           The world outside I can quickly peek through,           A creation of wonders – marvelous and one of a kind.             Yesterday, in closed windows was where I dwelt.           Asked myself, “Why …

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A Newfound Home

I’m just about a couple of weeks old on this blog site. This is my very first blog and i felt clumsy because I’m so far from being a perfect blogger yet, but I felt like I found my home in this thing called blogging. WordPress itself is like home to me because I can …

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Embracing Incompatibility Issue

I have come across a dueling proverb from reading a certain book some time ago. It reads that two heads are better than one but two is a crowd. While thinking about something perfect to post for Valentine’s day, incompatibility issue between couple struck me the most. And that’s what brought me to remember of …

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Just about anything

Just about anything.

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Love is for love.

Whew! Everyday is such a long day for a super mom like me. From waking up early in the morning to sleeping late at night. Making sure that my kid’s school home works are reviewed before saying my nightly prayer and putting my world into slumber. I’m like a little bit of everything all rolled …

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