Posts Tagged ‘marriage’

A Braid of Three Strands

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It’s Valentines on Sunday and I had no intention of writing a love-themed post…Until our 9-year-old daughter asked me to take a photo of the bracelets she created. What do these bracelets had to do with Valentines? Let me explain… Her Papa taught her how to braid using three different colored yarns. She tried and eventually […] Read more…

What’s My Role as a Wife?

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Last week, I shared with you some insights from a recent couple’s retreat my husband and I attended. If you missed the first part you can read it our here. Now I’d like to share the second installment of the Inseparable series. What is our Role as a Wife? 1. Our role is to be […] Read more…

Married to Mr. Clean

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Ages ago, when I was in hot pursuit of Mr. Right, I read a magazine article that suggested to envision “the one” and list down specific details about his looks. Write down every thing you want him to be, from the color of his hair to his shoe size. Being the hopeless romantic that I was then, that really got me […] Read more…

If Only…

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Yesterday, I bid farewell to my mommy who went back to her temporary home in the US. She came back to Manila last month after finding out that her half-brother was dying of cancer. She, together with her father (my grandfather) came to attend to a family emergency. Though my mom’s stay was short, we […] Read more…

Level 2 Completed

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Last Wednesday, March 13, my husband and I finally completed Level 2 of our Global Leadership Center Courses in church! All the late night walking from my father’s house to our home paid off. You see, our class was scheduled Wednesday nights from 7 to about 9:30 PM. Before heading to class, we leave our […] Read more…

Marriage Mystery Revealed Part 2

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This is the second installment of the entry I posted recently on marriage. Again, these are the highlights of the marriage retreat my husband and I attended recently in a sister church, CCF Las Pinas.   Mending the Gaps A study was conducted regarding the differences between men and women. The study also revealed the […] Read more…

Marriage Mystery Revealed Part 1

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Living with a person who is an opposite of me is  not easy. Imagine putting two different individuals in one roof. Two individuals each with their own unique characteristics who came from different family backgrounds and make them stick together till forever. My husband and I have been married for ten years and we have […] Read more…