I was abruptly quiet yesterday of all days. It’s Valentine’s Day and the world is full of flowers and reds and chocolates and kisses and Mike and I are fighting. Well to be fair, we have been fighting a lot lately for some of my selfish reasons which the Lord has been disciplining me. For… Continue reading Valentine’s Bae
All I ever wanted in our marriage is for Mike to surrender his life to Jesus and to live like Christ. Surrender – check! Christ-like living – I have a lot of doubts! This morning I felt like I have won the lottery. As Mike decided to have his haircut before going to work, I… Continue reading Winner Wife
Christmas of 2007, I was 19 years old when my then boyfriend, Mike, knew he wanted to marry me. Instead of giving me what most teenage girls would like to get as a gift, probably shoes, make-up or a bag, he gave me an old book. There I was thinking I should break up with… Continue reading The Promised Spouse
Every marriage has its bumpy roads. Our parents can easily say “we’ve been there!” without you even finishing your story as to why you were crashing on their couch one weekend. Mike and I had a bad start this 2017 too. After being tired during the holidays, he got sick for days and got sour… Continue reading Have a New Husband in 14 Days!
What do parents feel when it’s time to send their kids to college or when their kids decide to get their own place and they no longer see them everyday? Moreover, how does it feel to give away your child in marriage? I am way far from this scenario but just this weekend my 7-year-old daughter brought… Continue reading You Can’t Keep Them Forever
Spirit lead me where my trust is without borders The first time I heard this song was the very first time I lifted my hands high over the many years I have been worshipping. On my 18th birthday, my dad gave me cold cash as a present and the freedom to do whatever I want with… Continue reading Faithful Twenty Eight
It’s been six months since I wrote a lament about God putting me on hold for the things I have been dreaming of. Six months of waiting for the light to go green. One, two, three … six months and I’ve somehow forgotten what my dream was. But the plans of the Lord stand firm for ever, the… Continue reading The Greenlight