It's been more than a year since the last time I wrote in here. Back to 2018, I had a lot of happenings. I was pregnant and gave birth to my second child, a cute and super-easy baby girl. I was accepted into Doctoral degree program at QUT and finally, received a full scholarship from … Continue reading Retrieving My Blog!
I would say that I am blessed (or lucky) to be in my position. I am where I am with my hard work and support from special people in my inner circle. However, none of my friends nor family know that I have been holding onto fear for so long. I was always fearful and … Continue reading I was Fearful and I Enjoyed It
Is it possible to avoid the inevitable? That’s one question that most of us will answer with a certain No. That’s why the events are called inevitable. The day we born and (upcoming) death are the inevitable for each of us, including all the process in between the two final points. Scott Peck wrote about … Continue reading Avoid the Inevitable?
Have you heard that in every family there’s one or two who act ‘differently’, or being the outcast in the family? I’ve heard that a lot and for some times I’ve been thinking to myself, why. This morning as I took my breakfast, I got the answer. Every family owns the privilege to live together … Continue reading The Outcast
Merry Christmas, everyone! We wish you all the happiness and joyful season with your loved ones. I am writing this post as a way to share my reflection regarding Christmas this year. Some facts are: I didn't go for Christmas mass, I didn't go for confession and I spent Christmas day mingling around in Bali … Continue reading Reflection of Christmas 2013
With a blink of an eye, our marriage is now passing the first month. It is new, no doubt. But I'm in awe for every lesson that I've leaned within this month. Communication From saying greetings, sending text message or understanding the roll of an eye. Communication is about sending the message to your spouse … Continue reading From Our First Month of Marriage
Being hopeful is never been easy, especially when we see darkness in our surroundings. As a human being, it is typical to believe what our eyes see and what our ears hear. But if we go on with that typicality, we will find ourselves run out of hope soon enough. We see wars. We hear … Continue reading Where is Hope?
July 31st, 2013. Happy 62nd birthday, Dad! I wish I could run to you and kiss you first in the morning on your special day. But I won't be able to do it today - since I'm away from home. I write this letter to express my gratitude of having you as my Dad. Thank … Continue reading This is For You, Dad
Dear Mom and Dad, I have been waiting for a while to get myself altogether and enable myself to write everything down here. People said that children will never be able to choose their parents and vice versa. I believe that is true. I did not have any options on who my parent would be, … Continue reading Letter to Parents
Christmas is here!I used to spend Christmas day with my family back at my hometown. We had an annual visit to a Carmelites monastery about an hour driving from our house. We spent the Christmas eve there as a family and enjoying the abundant grace from the Lord for our family. I learned since very … Continue reading The Warmth of Christmas