She lost herself in the trees, among the ever-changing leaves. She wept beneath the wild sky as stars told stories of ancient times. The flowers grew towards her light, the river called her name at night. She could not live an ordinary life with the mysteries of the universe hidden in her eyes. —… Continue reading Wild
Like the Israelites who were lost in the wilderness for 40 years, some of us felt the same way at one point in our lives. I my myself can tell you that. I know some people as well who are close to my heart who experienced/ and still experiencing the wandering. It’s as if no… Continue reading Crossing the Promised Land
I don’t want to rant here again. Haha. But we find eating out with a toddler always a bad idea, unless it’s McDonald’s with Play Place. Sure. Let’s go. But fine dining? buffet? romantic setting? Forget it. We’d rather stay home. The last time we took out our little one with us for a great… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Eating Out with a Toddler is Always a Bad Idea
This weekend was pretty hectic for us. The hubby has so many layover flights and minimum rest day. When the weather is this hot, Sasha and I gets the minimum option of just waiting for his dad’s day off to be able to go out. As much as I just want to take a taxi… Continue reading The Story of Us
Whenever it’s Thursday I get all emotional. I miss living in a suitcase somehow. But not everyday. Mostly Thursdays. I always find it fascinating to be a tourist for a day in a foreign city. A 24-hour layover is sometimes enough. Travel is like flirting with life, you want to stay but you know you… Continue reading I do.
Last Friday I attended a worship-concert of Hillsong. It was inexplicable. I know most of their songs by heart. I do my worship at night before bed and in most times I just breakdown and cry when I can’t seem to put words in my prayers while a Hillsong song was being played. That Friday… Continue reading Hillsong Concert