67/365 A wind chime can bring a relaxing sound at home.
68/365 Every night, I offer a prayer for the day that was, for the gift of life and for the blessing of anothe beautiful day.
69/365 Reading in the dark? Well, if the rotational brownout continues, this will be a common sight with the kids.
70/365 Dementia cake from Kooky & Luscious. This cake is truly a chocolate lover’s delight. A truffle cake white chocolate almond pastille, dark chocolate mousse and ganache. Yummy!
71/365 Last hoorah for this school year. These are my son’s reviewer, ready and waiting for him this weekend.
Marahil isa sa mga katangian ng mga Pinoy na tunay kong hinahangaan ay ang pagiging likas na madasalin. Kahapon lamang ay nagsimba ako at pinagmasdan ko ang iba’t ibang uri ng tao na dumalo sa misa. Napansin ko na ang karamihan ay mga taong nag-oopisina. Nakakabilib kung paanong isinasakripisyo ng mga taong ito ang oras ng kanilang pananghalian upang makinig ng misa.
Kaya naman siguro kahit anong hirap ng bansa natin ay nakakaraos tayo. Sa harap ng krisis na pang- ekonomiya at politikal at ang mga kalamidad ng dumarating, ang lahat ng ito ay ipinagpapasa-Diyos na lamang natin. Di ba’t naipakita rin natin ito noong nakaraang EDSA People Power Revolution kung saan ay rosaryo at dasal ang iniharap ng mga tao sa mga nakabalandrang tanke ng mga militar?
Isa sa pagpapatunay ng pagkamadasalin ng mga Pilipino ay pagkakaroon ng simbahan at kapilya saan ka man dumako. At kahit sa mga mall ngayon ay nagdaraos na ng misa para di na makaligtaan ng mga tao ang pagsisimba lalo na tuwing araw ng linggo.
Magandang Huwebes sa inyong lahat!
(Probably one of the characteristics that I like most about Filipinos is that they are prayerful by nature. Just yesterday I attended mass and was able to observe people who attended — most of them are office workers. I can’t help but feel astonished at these people who have sacrificed an hour (which is their lunchtime) to be able to hear mass.
Perhaps this is the reason why we are able to overcome all the hardships that our country is experiencing. Be it economic crisis, political crisis and even in the face of natural calamities, we have learned to trust in the Lord. Didn’t we just demonstrate that during EDSA People Power Revolution? That despite the blockade of military tanks, people were there to face them prayers and rosary?
The fact that you can find chapels and churches everywhere you go, is an indication that Filipinos are prayerful. Now even in the malls, priests celebrate mass so that people won’t have any excuse of not hearing mass especially during Sundays.
42/365 My favorite quote from St. Francis of Assisi.
43/365 Stargazer Lily — flowers are everywhere especially during Valentine’s Day…
44/465 This Jollibee mascot really has a character, he even posed for me
45/365 Love is patient, Love is Kind, Love envies no one…..
46/365 Getting fruity — everyone seems to be health conscious nowadays, even my teenage daughter. She requested to include more fruits in the grocery. I just can’t complain
21/365 – Seashells… I might not be able to go out nowadays and savor the sun. I still have these seashells to remind me how refreshing it is to be by the beach.
22/365 – Lotto Playslips
23/365 – Heart Bling – belongs to my daughter which I bought for her during one of our road trips.
24/365 – Bible – Praying has become second nature to me and the Bible is one of the books that I read to inspire me.
25/365 – Bills – one thing you can’t escape from every month, that’s why we need to work hard!