The week passed by like a revolving-door that won’t turn. So many things happened. I was literally gasping for air to see the weekend. Finally I finished my Swimming Test. A month-long of preparation had paid the price. I am not a great swimmer as per my husband’s definition so it was really nerve-wracking to… Continue reading Drowning
I know it in my heart I need to get it. But I keep on getting rejected. Sometimes it’s my son not eating what I cook for him after spending two hours in the kitchen. Or that set of Red Velvet Cookies I baked that won’t turn red. Or those French Macarons that failed to… Continue reading Dancing with Fire : A Note on Rejection
He may have the makings of a model but limelight isn’t his thing. I kinda like that about him actually. He is one of those simple and humble folks who are irritatingly good-looking and expect NOT to ever brag about it, except maybe in the bedroom. But he knows that beauty is not forever. Although… Continue reading The $1000 Fitness Challenge With the Husband
The abs is nonexistent once again. No surprise there. Blame the Entertainer. Buy One get One Free. 50% off the next purchase. We devoured our pizza boxes in less than an hour, Extra Large, two boxes with all the glory of pepperoni and full-fat mozarella. We danced the night away after sitting in a buffet… Continue reading Battle of the Bulge
One of the things I like about my in-laws is that they are adventurous when it comes to food. They don’t shy away to try different dishes. No matter how spicy or weird-looking they may seem . One time, we brought them to an Indian Restaurant just near our place. We originally wanted them to… Continue reading Restaurant Hopping Part 2 and a Possible Career Shift
I don’t believe in regrets. I just Trust His Will. I gather and gather and kept nothing. It’s as if the bucket was leaking the whole time. I kept on fighting ang fighting ’til I wore myself out. I tried to search in all the places I’ve been and there was none. Until when I… Continue reading Hopelessly Optimistic
When nobody else celebrates you, learn to celebrate yourself. When nobody else compliments you, compliment yourself. It’s not up to other people to keep you encouraged. It’s up to you. Encouragement should come from the inside.