Can you imagine a world without trust? A world where you constantly fear that you will get cheated on so you kind of decide that everything and everyone is just evil? Well, I did. I’ve lost my faith in humanity and I had to lose my dog to finally regain it. What I love the… Continue reading Lost My Dog, Found Some Friends.
My 8-year old daughter has a major problem… she’s a whiner. Not only she grumbles every time I would ask her to clean up after their mess but she also complains during meal time, bath time, nap time—okay you got me, ALL OF THE TIME! So I started complaining myself to my husband on how… Continue reading Chief of Complains; Major in Excuses
I remember this smile. This was from a day full of laughters during our prenup photo shoot. I needed those smile. I remember. I am a natural cheerful person. You can never see me with a long face that’s why I don’t understand when people judge me as snob because really, I am the most… Continue reading (a)part of the World
There are so many things to think about the morning after your wedding or after your honeymoon. Like, where do we live? How about our careers? Do we build a family immediately? Are we getting a house help? Genesis 2:24 “Therefore shall a man LEAVE his Father and his Mother and shall CLEAVE unto his… Continue reading Finances: After the Wedding
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
Do you ever feel like a day is never enough? Perhaps with work, with school, with the person you love the most, or simply with all your household chores. I do. The problem is not the time—it’s us. People do so much things in one go that they forget to pause for a while and… Continue reading How to Make it One Day at a Time