I don’t know where it came from or when it started, but there has been some uneasiness in my heart.Continue reading On Being Brave
Towards the end of 2019, I realized I was developing a sense of resignation. I waved the white flag of surrender, not because I was relinquishing control but because I was tired. I was tired of fighting, I was tired of hoping, I was tired of waiting expectantly for something I now wasn’t sure of. It was a myriad of things actually, but for all intents and purposes, of course I meant it with respect to my love life.Continue reading 2020 Word: Delight
I turned 30 in 2019, and all I can say is that how it turned out was definitely NOT what I had imagined.Continue reading I turned 30 in 2019: A recap of sorts
This week was crazy.Continue reading Second Wind
It’s been a month, to the day, when I lost my grandpa. Lolo was how I referred to him. We’re trying to adapt to our new normal, with extra care for my grandma (Lola), and their children, my mom included. Continue reading Remembering
I have never been one to take risks. I’d rather go with my status quo, my normal, because I would end up disappointed if I didn’t do so. Slowly but surely, 2017 was about exploration, and about enjoying myself, no matter the circumstances. And I move onward with the same things in mind. This new perspective will allow me to create my own list of resolutions and know that by God’s grace, I will be able to complete them by the end of the year.
So without further adieu, I welcome you 2018. On to bigger and brighter things! 🎉
This is my first time to celebrate with an online presence, and even if this is fairly new and no one is here yet, here’s wishing you and your family a merry Christmas!
May this day be filled with unspeakable joy, overflowing peace, and unending reason to point back to the true One we celebrate today.
From my family to yours, Merry Christmas!