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Turn the Page

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We turn the page of a book or a magazine when we have skimmed through it…when we have read and absorbed everything we need to get out of it or at times we turn the page when we don’t like what we read and we just want to skip that page.  We also turn the […] Read more…

How to Preserve your Kids’ Artwork

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This week has been quite a busy one.  Coby and I are finishing the last quarter of homeschool, at the same time I am still completing my writing job.  To top it all, we are moving out of my parents’ house and venturing out on our own.  And, and, not to mention a writing workshop […] Read more…

To Multi-task or Not to Multi-task

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Women, or more precisely, moms have been known to be great at the science of multitasking.  I for one has succumb to the call of the times to do hundreds of things all at the same time.  In my pursuit to juggle the daunting task of raising kids, managing a household, loving a husband, not […] Read more…

When I Grow Up I Want to Be…

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As a little girl, I would enjoy trips to the supermarket.  I do not think there is a single child in the world who would not want to ride that stainless, cold, and huge (well, for kids, it is) shopping cart.  My younger brother and I would take turns riding it every time we visit […] Read more…

I pray for me

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Today, I humbly approached God’s throne and sought his guidance for the day. Lord, I thank you for this day.  I thank you for allowing me to still be alive up to this day.  I am thankful for the gift of life, the gift of family and the gift of friendship. I plan each day […] Read more…

Thoughts on Paper

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blog created October 17, 2005 I was introduced to Nancy Drew books at age 9 or 10. I was influenced by her love for mystery. In hindsight, I guess that is why I get glued at Disovery Channel’s Crime Night and New Detectives, not to mention CSI–Las Vegas and NY only please!  Sorry CSI Miami […] Read more…

Ode to Young Love

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blog written December 26, 2005 Memories of my childhood springs back to life during the Holidays.  I have only fond memories of my childhood in our ancestral home in Quezon City. Every summer, my brother and I would spend our vacation in my grandfather’s house.  I enjoyed my stay there a lot.  Not only do we […] Read more…

Mother’s Milk

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Mother’s Milk  (blog created November 25, 2007) Breastfeeding is still best for babies… I was a young girl when I first saw our helper breastfeed her baby boy.  Shocked by the exposed mammary gland, I tried to figure out what she was doing.  Oh, feeding her baby boy! I did not know that those two frontal […] Read more…

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