"You never lose by loving. You always lose by holding back." Barbara DeAngelis My take: Holding back – for fear of getting stumped and drowned in a sea of anti-climactic people. Holding back what you feel would only cause pain and sorrow to your soul. If it ain’t gonna push through, it ain’t love at … Continue reading my points of view on Love
It's the New Year and I'm happy to know that you are all still here with me.. So thankful to everyone who continues to inspire me, to everyone who makes time to read my posts and book reviews and share their thoughts with me. 2016 was a blast.. and hopefully, 2017 will be so much … Continue reading Change Is Coming…
I am writing a letter to my 10-year old self. I know there’s a book entitled Dear Me: A Letter To My Sixteen-Year Old Self and I just felt inspired to create one for my own. But instead of writing a missive to my Sweet 16 alter-ego, I opted to write one for my 10 year old self. … Continue reading A Letter to a 10-year old Me…
I was completely stoked after I read & reviewed A Thirty Something Girl by Lisa M. Gott. While her story was more about Hope's battling depression, I realized there's something that always been niggling inside of me. My fears. I've asked myself this question before.. yes, what am I afraid of? Is it (my)death? Or … Continue reading My Innermost Fears – a Guest Post for Lisa M. Gott
Big thanks to Dr Babus Ahmed of Ajoobacats Blog for nominating me for The Versatile Blogger Award. It's been a long time since I got tagged with these awards/memes. Here are the rules: 1. Show the award on your blog 2. Thank the person that has nominated you. 3. Share 7 different facts about yourself. … Continue reading The Versatile Blogger Award
I found a stash of old high school love letters and friendly snail mails from my ex-boyfriends and past "secret admirers" (I'm talking about my past - which can be basically traced back to the 1990s. Yeah, I'm that old and no, I'm not complaining about my age. Anyway, I just realized that long … Continue reading #flashback loveletters
I think of life itself now as a wonderful play that I've written for myself, and so my purpose is to have the utmost fun playing my part.
As a mom, I always see to it that my kids are disciplined and properly taken care of so they would grow to be well-mannered & well-behaved kids. When my first-born Kyle graduated from KinderGarten & Prep 3 years ago, I was a beaming mom because Kyle got the Most Behaved Student Citation (among other … Continue reading trouble & me