Sunday, August 8, 2010

30-Day Challenge: Day 30

Day 30 - Who are you?


I am a queen who loves her king and her prince and princess.


Saturday, August 7, 2010

30-day Challenge: Day 29

Day 29- In this past month, what have you learned?

The greatest form of hurt/hurting comes from persons who matter to you. While time may heal all wounds and you have learned to forgive, scars are left and you may never forget. I wish there's an "Undo" button. We need it sometimes, don't we? Unfortunately, reality sinks in. What has been done has been done and what has been said has been said. Sorry, but no "Undo" buttons for us. Not now, at least. Maybe in a couple of years. Maybe longer. Hopefully shorter. We are family, after all.

30-day Challenge: Day 28

Day 28- A picture of you last year and now, how have you changed since then?


With my sister, Chelly, @ Circle of Fun, December 2009.

Obviously, a lot has changed since then. First, I'm no longer pregnant., but weigh more or less the same. LOL Pretzel is almost 8 months old. Second, I've resigned na from Sutherland and presently working at the Commission on Audit. I regret resigning come payday, but I feel that I made the right choice in between. Third, the Mean Girls were just my friends, now they are my kumares. This seals our friendship. We are now committed to each other for life. Girls, tandaan ang sinabi ni father, ha? Tutulungan nyo ko mag-paaral sa Ateneo. Hahaha. Fourth, the gestational diabetes I had at that time, unfortunately, has turned into a full-blown diabetes. Tsk, tsk, tsk. Lastly, I used to be happy. Now, I'm happier.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

30-day Challenge: Day 27

Day 27- Why are you doing this 30 day challenge

First and foremost, I felt that my blog was pretty much neglected that I had to make it up with her. Yes, I consider my blog a "her". I needed to resurrect her.

Second, the challenge appeared to be interesting.

And lastly, it gave me other things to do while on the internet.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

30-day Challenge: Day 25

Day 25- What I would find in your bag


Let's take a look.


Top left: scrapbook letter sticker, my outdated mobile phone, office ID, eye glasses, a specimen container, and wallet
Top right: kikay kit, baby cologne, facial tissue, alcohol
Bottom left: Starbucks planner, HP planner, a small notebook

Monday, August 2, 2010

30-day Challenge: Day 24

Day 24- A letter to your parents

Warning: This could be too sentimental for your taste. ;)

Dear Papa and Mama,

Thank you is not enough to describe how grateful I am that God chose you to be my parents. Your love is immeasurable. Your kindness knows no boundaries. Your understanding is limitless. I am truly blessed.

You were my first friends. I shared my first tears and laughter with you. You were my first teachers. I learned sharing, trust, loyalty, integrity, and love from you. You were my first critics. I learned to laugh at my own mistakes and be better the next time around. I am what I am today because of you.

Papa, I have always wanted to marry someone like you. Someone who is strong on principles, but soft on children (and dogs). Someone who works hard to provide for our needs, but finds the time to take us to the park. Someone who is serious when dealing with important matters, but laughs the first during playtime. Jowell is close, but you'll forever be the number 1 man in my life.

Mama, I have always wanted to be like you. You have a successful career, a happy married life, and surrounded with lots of people who truly love you. You are a good lawyer, a better wife, and the best mother (and Mama Lola).

For all the good things you have shared with me, I'm going to pay it forward.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

30-day Challenge: Day 23

Day 23- Something you crave for a lot

Lately, I've been craving for...


Picture from http://www.carvel.com/products/products.htm

Can somebody indulge me? ;)

30-day Challenge: Day 22

Day 22- What makes you different from everyone else

This was supposed to be posted yesterday, but my DSL connection was at its worse. Anyway, I don't see my self any differently from every one. I'm fat, but so is my little brother Eboy. I'm 5'8" tall and so Rihanna. I've 2 kids, a boy and a girl, so does my colleague Jen. I'm not special, eh!

Oh, oh, oh!!! Now, I remember. I'm Mrs. Happy Hormones. I'm the silver lining after the storm, the one who sees the glass half-full, the one who says "2 oras na lng" instead of "2 oras pa" while waiting for the shift to end. I know there are other Miss/Mrs. Happy Hormones out there, but what makes me different from them are the people that I make happy with my disposition in life.

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