Monday, November 9, 2009

Greatest gift!

I always knew I'd be a mom
since I was just a girl.
And when God blessed me with you four
you each became my world.
He said now take these precious gifts
and show them greatest love.
Because he gave them here to me
from Heaven up above.
He said to teach them what is right
by what you do and say.
And please remember as a mom
to teach them how to pray.
The years go by so fast you know
no matter what we do.
And wherever that your paths may lead
my heart will go with you.
I only hope I served you well
and showed you greatest love.
I hope I taught you how to pray
and thank your God above.
Always remember,
to be your mom
is a blessing everyday.
For to me God sent a precious gift....

You maybe hardheaded sometimes but it's ok
it is still a part of growing up.
I am here always.

Rafael,John Kenneth, Tj and Augustine Kevin
Mama will always love you!

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Relief Operations 2

typhoon's work
the group
me and my group
people waiting for their turn....
me and Princess, daughter of our secretary......
me, Princess and Randell..bro and sis tandem....good job kids!

We just had our relief operation last saturday, the one that i have mentioned last time.We went to Ternate and Bacoor, Cavite. It was successful although i felt a bit depressed for what we have seen. Heart wrenching, as i have told to my friend, because she was about to cry, , just be strong and don't mixed emotions here. If not, we can not do our job. Much as we want to give more, but our resources were limited. It was sad to see these people and their plight.
First stop,we went to the families that were affected by the cyclone. Their houses were totally damaged. It was good though because no casualties. Second to the families that were affected by the fire, houses were totally burnt. The people are slowly getting back to their feet. Thank be to GOD!
Lastly, to the community who were affected by the typhoons, we were there till sunset.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

I would like to thank this person who is always beside me even during my most darkest moment, only that i need to keep his identity for he is a very private person. So i am trying to keep my promise,Mr. D, thank you so much,for being so understanding and patient, never i realized how much you really care for me, even at times i am so mean to you.
You always understand my feelings towards all these events that is happening to my life. Words are not enough to express how much i am grateful in knowing a person like you.
Thank you so much!

A poem for you. But i guess more appropriate for me.

So this is for both of us.

It takes a knock to open a door.
A "knock" to open your eyes:
It takes a "knock" to open the way,
That we may realize our goal,
That the dream is won because we try,
though a "knock" may spur on us,
Life is made up of joys and "knocks"
And each day begins with the dawn.

Had this poem ring a bell?

Project was successful

Hello to all my friends here at bloglandia, sorry for not being with you these past few days. Been awhile since i last posted.
Reporting for what we had done during the relief operation. It was done successfully although i was not able to be with the team for a reason that i need to attend to a very important matter, i missed this event. The team pursued as scheduled.
you will see from these pictures how the people and their places had been totally devastated.
Coming November, we will be having our second part of the relief operation, many people are still giving support for PINOY FORUMERS SOCIETY FOUNDATION,INC., so we decided to have a second round. Thank you to all those who are supporting our projects.
I will keep you posted again about this relief operation.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Will there be a morning?

It is depressing to know the effect of the calamity,done with one and still trying to recover from the devastation, here came another one.....strong typhoon again. When can we get this over with?
Feeling so tired of all these......added by the inadequacy and political will of our leaders. I am mad right now!
Sorry friends, just pouring out my sentiments over all these events that had been experiencing by our people. I still want to feel that there is hope over all these. Our people are suffering so much right now. Will there be still future for us?
Right now we are very busy preparing the things we need to give to our citizens, on saturday we will be heading towards one of the many places that had been severely affected by the calamity.

I would like to be optimistic(?).

A song..........

Will there really be a morning
When the night is gone
Will there be a dawn
To greet me urge me to go on
Is there no home for me
To even love again

Will there really be a morning
Or is this the end
Will there really be a sunrise when
The darkness dies
Will the strength to last'll be there
To fight the fears inside
The nights are so endless
Endless as it seems

Will there really be a morning or
Is this a dream
Days have come and days have passed
I wish the morning stayed
I pray that they would last
For in those mornings I
Could see what it meant to be free
Will there really be light again
When this tunnel fades
Will I reach out and touch it
Ir will I be afraid
I just hoped that
I'll still be there just that
I may see
Will there really be a morning to
Come for me
For in those mornings
I could see what it meant
To be free

Will there really be a morning to
Come for me?

.............bear with me friends.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Wrath of 'Ondoy'

Ondoy was a typhoon that raked almost all the houses, properties and lives of many residents in the affected places. Some of these parts are in Manila and its neighboring cities and provinces
It was a non-stop and so heavy downpour of rains last Saturday.
The sky was so dark and winds blowing stronger each minutes, my children were so afraid.
My youngest Kevin were crying while saying a prayer because, he was so touched by what he was seeing on television. We were monitoring it.
More gruesome the day after, when we see the effect of the typhoon. Feelings were undescribable.

To all my blogger family, i am appealing to you to please pray for our country and our citizens.
Wish that we can get through it soon.
But whoever wishes to donate, we gladly appreciate it thank you so much!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

My angel

For us Catholics, we are now celebrating the feast day of our Archangels St. Rafael, St. Michael and St. Gabriel. In connection with this we are holding daily novena prayers and masses.

We are always reminded that we have our own angels that keep protecting us from harm and temptations. Since childhood we were told that we should ask their help whenever we need them and they will respond. I believed that they are our intercessors to the Lord.

In honor with them, i would like to share this poem.

My angel
by: Thomas G. Huckaby Jr.

From the moment I came into this world, and opened my big brown eyes. I knew that I was looking at an Angel, because the heart it never lies.

Through all of life's hard struggles, this Angel has always been there. Always hanging on when the ride got rough, always showing how much she cares.

For life is a constant struggle, more now than ever before. Much too hard for an Angel, oh how I wish I could give her more.

The days they pass so quickly. Each one faster than the last. But we know that we must go forward, and not dwell on mistakes of the past.

And so we venture on through this hateful world, though my Angel she is always calm. So I'll follow on always together with this Angel that I call mom.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

The Taxi

I arrived at the address where someone had requested a taxi. I honked but no one came
out. I honked again,nothing. So I walked to the door and knocked. 'Just a
minute', answered a frail, elderly voice. I could hear something being
dragged across the floor.

After a long pause, the door opened. A small woman in her
90's stood before me. She was wearing a print dress and a pillbox hat with
a veil pinned on it,like somebody out of a 1940s movie.

By her side was a small nylon suitcase. The apartment
looked as if no one had
lived in it for years. All the furniture was covered with
There were no clocks on the walls, no knickknacks or
utensils on the counters. In the corner was a cardboard box filled with
photos and glassware. 'Would you carry my bag out to the car?' she
said. I took the suitcase to the cab, and then returned to assist the woman.
She took my arm and we walked slowly toward the curb.
She kept thanking me for my kindness. 'It's nothing', I told her. 'I just try
to treat my passengers the way I would want my mother treated'..

'Oh, you're such a good boy', she said. When we got in the cab, she gave me
an address, and then asked, 'Could you drive through downtown?'
'It's not the shortest way,' I answered quickly.

'Oh, I don't mind,' she said. 'I'm in no hurry. I'm on my way to a hospice'.
I looked in the rear-view mirror. Her eyes were glistening. 'I don't have any
family left,' she continued. 'The doctor says I don't have very long.' I
quietly reached over and shut off the meter.
'What route would you like me to take?' I asked.
For the next two hours, we drove through the city. She showed me the building
where she had once worked as an elevator operator.

We drove through the neighborhood where she and her husband had lived when
they were newlyweds. She had me pull up in front of a furniture warehouse that had once been a ballroom where she had gone dancing as a girl. Sometimes she'd ask me to slow in front of a
particular building or corner and would sit staring into the darkness, saying nothing.
As the first hint of sun was creasing the horizon, she
suddenly said, 'I'm tired. Let's go now'

We drove in silence to the address she had given me. It was a low building,
like a small convalescent home, with a driveway that passed under a portico.
Two orderlies came out to the cab as soon as we pulled up. They were
solicitous and intent, watching her every move. They must have been expecting her.

I opened the trunk and took the small suitcase to the door. The woman was
already seated in a wheelchair. 'How much do I owe you?' she asked, reaching into
her purse.

'Nothing,' I said.
'You have to make a living,' she answered.
'There are other passengers,' I responded.
Almost without thinking, I bent and gave her a hug. She held onto me tightly.
'You gave an old woman a little moment of joy,'she said.
'Thank you.'
I squeezed her hand, and then walked into the dim morning
light. Behind me, a door shut. It was the sound of the closing of a life.
I didn't pick up any more passengers that shift. I drove aimlessly lost in
thought. For the rest of that day, I could hardly talk.
What if that woman had gotten an angry driver, or one who was impatient to
end his shift?

What if I had refused to take the run, or had honked
once, then driven away?

On a quick review, I don't think that I have done anything more important in
my life.
We're conditioned to think that our lives revolve around great moments.

But great moments often catch us unaware-beautifully
wrapped in what others may consider a small one.





Friday, September 18, 2009

i'm back!

Hello to all my friends , i missed everyone here. Thank you to all of you who kept sending messages. I guess i have to work double time to read back all your posts.

I am really happy!

Friday, August 14, 2009

internet problem....

To all my blogger friends, i am experiencing internet connection, please bear with me, i may not be able to be with you for a while. Soon as i get back i will visit all of you, thank you for your understanding.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

This is a reflection for the busy people. WE should give time to praise and thank the LORD for whatever graces we received for the day no matter how small it is.

Dedicated to all of us:

A Psalm for busy People
The Lord is my Patience
I will not rush
He makes me stop and rest
for quite intervals
He provides me with
images and stillness
which restore my sincerity.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Paging Wives!

To make this fair to husbands, i'd rather share some tips too for wives out there.

Men love independent and confident women.
- Husbands want to see that their wives could work independently,not too much relying on them.

Men love to be with a happy companion and a woman who looks at things positively.
- Husband like to have a wife who always have a positive outlook in life, this outweighs the negative.

Men want great sex.
-It is not just by choice or what. Men by nature have higher libido than women, so they often want a partner in life that is compatible with them sexually. Men most often express love through sex that they tend to look for a woman who can also take care of their needs when it comes to that aspect. Women just have to realize that when it comes to physical intimacies, what men want in a wife is not just sex but great sex.

Men want to feel loved and cared for.
- We may tend to ignore our husband because we are too busy with taking care of our household chores and for the kids as well. Husband wants to feel they are around too. Oftentimes we think it is ok with them,but deep inside they are rebelling(sad).

Men want to be appreciated.
-If we women love to be appreciated, men do too. They want to be appreciated for what they have contributed in building a good family. Don't try to think on his negative sides that hinders you to become appreciative of him,instead look at the better side of him.

Men love a woman who knows how to listen and understand.
- Husband hates a nagging wife, they appreciate more a wife who knows how to listen and understanding as well.

Your turn on it!

Paging Husbands!

I am curious how husbands react on this:

Five Golden Rules of the Doting Husbands

  • Get home by 8 p.m.

  • Eat dinner with your family.

  • Say thanks to your wife for all that she does.

  • Call your wife by name rather than saying "you" or grunting at her.

  • Look your wife in the eyes when talking to her.
Conclusions to all of these and to have a successful marriage. I believe...RESPECT,TRUST AND LOVE are the keys. Do you agree?

Saturday, August 8, 2009

"end of the world"

Women in my age may start wondering how to overcome premenopausal syndrome. Is there really like premenopausal syndrome? You might be asking why i came to discuss this topic? Most women i think(and i agree) that we are afraid to face and come to terms with this topic, i don't know, but it is for me a sort of "end of the world" . For one, gone are the days the i could still do things like younger ones do. So physical activities are lessened, because i believe body strength is no longer the same. To understand about more of it
I began to understand that slowly this matter as i believe i am already going through the sign and symptoms of it(sad). With no apparent reason, i feel depressed, sad, irritable and impatient to small things. In retrospect, i should be more aware of it now. So it is a fact that all women must understand and accept the reality that we all come and face the reality! ouch! Not yet!

Saturday, August 1, 2009

so proud of you!

Just so happy and touched by my youngest Kevin did for me tonight. After my whole day of performing my duties as mom,i started feeling tired and i said my back is aching. What he did was,he got my pain reliever oil and started massaging my hand, then head and back. I felt so delighted and teary eyed. He is so sweet , caring and loving child. Stay sweet,bubly and thank you for making my day always happy and life more easier. I am so proud of you!

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Budgeting tips for moms

I would like to share these tips for a stay home mom like me especially in our present financial difficulties. It is a challenge that all moms must face sooner or later,preparing affordable meals that are at the same time good for the family's health.
Here they are:

Plan you meals
Always plan meals for the entire week,this makes shopping easier and prevents unnecessary spendings. Create a meal planner so you know ahead of time what food items you need to buy even before you go to the market.

Shop at a wet market
Looking for more affordable food items? Wet market is the best place,here you can make a lot of choices and can even bargain to the lowest price. Lots of choices too.

Eat home-cooked meals
Eating home-cooked meals is a lot cheaper than eating outside. Preparing food at home allows you to have complete control of the cooking process and the ingredients you put in your food. It also helps you estimate how much food you need to cook for the particular meal.

Reduce food waste
Before throwing out leftover foods,consider first how you can recycle them,convert in another more palatable meal or snacks. Just make sure that leftover foods are stored properly. Do not reheat food more than once, reheating destroys nutritional content of the food.

Grow your own
It is nice to take time and think of trying to plant in your backyard,let's go organic,that means more safer to eat.
It also develop bonding and camaraderie among your kids.

Eating healthy foods need not be expensive,once you learned careful meal planning,shopping,and cooking. It is much easier to give your family good,nutritious, and healthy food while following your budget.

Monday, July 27, 2009

My moments

This is a usual day for me, waking up every 3:00am Monday thru Friday. For 21 years of being a full time mother,in general i am enjoying it. Although sometimes i feel tired of doing the same things all the time,24/7. There are times that i feel i am not effective anymore as a mother,because at times kids act differently to what i am saying or negating what i want them to do, or maybe it is also the dynamic world that affects their attitudes(still justifying),i am not sure of course. But don't get me wrong, i am a liberated mother only that whenever i need to scold them for wrongdoing i do so. I am their best friend i think, we can talk about anything under the sun.

Wheeew! change the topic,lol. Yesterday just when i got home, i opened my email and i got a good news regarding my ongoing application to Canada,my employer promised to work on the documents needed to submit to the Canadian embassy here in Manila. These are the only ones needed to know the verdict,lol. So this keeps me inspired and less stressful day ahead for me now,again keep praying for me friends, thank you so much.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Twitter Fast Follower

I came across to one of my favorite blog today (Rose's Obstacles and Glories) and i found this new coolest site in town,here you can increase your followers on twitter by registering on this site.You can try this out too get more twitter followers so you will see it by yourself. Follow me and i will follow you too,join us now!

just sharing all these thoughts today.....nice to be reflected upon.

We are told that people stay in love because of chemistry or because they remain intrigued with each other, because of many kindnesses, because of luck... But part of it has got to be forgiveness and gratefulness.
Ellen Goodman
American journalist (1941 - )

All the arts we practice are apprenticeship. The big art is our life.
M. C. Richards

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
Martin Luther King Jr. (1929 - 1968)

Accustom yourself continually to make many acts of love, for they enkindle and melt the soul.
Saint Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582)

If you observe a really happy man, you will find... that he is happy in the course of living life twenty-four crowded hours each day.
W. Beran Wolfe

We allow our ignorance to prevail upon us and make us think we can survive alone, alone in patches, alone in groups, alone in races, even alone in genders.
Maya Angelou
US author & poet (1928 - )

The really potent part of love is that it allows you to carry around beliefs about yourself that make you feel special, desirable, precious, innately good. Your lover couldn't have seen [these qualities] in you, even temporarily, if they weren't part of your essential being.
Martha Beck, O Magazine, February 2003

When you helped somebody, right away you were responsible for that person. And things always followed for which you were never prepared.
Martha Brooks, True Confessions of a Heartless Girl

Happiness often sneaks in through a door you didn't know you left open.
John Barrymore (1882 - 1942)

Learn the art of patience. Apply discipline to your thoughts when they become anxious over the outcome of a goal. Impatience breeds anxiety, fear, discouragement and failure. Patience creates confidence, decisiveness, and a rational outlook, which eventually leads to success.
Brian Adams

Saturday, July 18, 2009

So happy

Happiness uplifts me
Happiness fills my heart, my mind, and my soul
Happiness gives me the strength I need
Happiness is a good feeling that enters my mind each day
Happiness takes my sadness away
Happiness fills my eyes with joy
Happines makes me excited and thrilled
Happines warms my heart and soul each day
Happiness gives me a sense of relief each day
Happiness welcomes me each morning when I get up
Happiness can be seen in my eyes

Aldo Kraas

You always give me the courage to go on, find your way to make me happy.
Thank you so much my love!

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

My new baby

Good day to all my friends here at blogland,you might wondering what i am doing all this time. From being absent from our haven(that is what i call it). I have not mentioned to you about my another baby....the foundation which i have recently joined,new for it was only running for 9mos now. I am one of the officers so, given this big responsibility, i am obliged to do my duties.

Let me give you first an insight how and what this foundation is all about. This is an organization mainly formed thru forum called POEA forum(PHILIPPINE OVERSEAS AND EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION) an agency which facilitates our citizens who wish to go abroad and work. Since i am one of the aspirants so i came to know this forum. From this forum you will meet people who are already out of the country who likes to help those aspiring to work abroad. Help in terms of advises and tips onced you get to your destinations and other things. Then,from there a foundation was formed it is called PINOY FORUMERS SOCIETY FOUNDATIONS INC.(PINOY is a colloquial term for FILIPINOS). Even before it was officially registered in the SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION we are already giving donations to the benificiaries, we've done it to school,we donated chairs, tables, trash bins,blackboards and electric fans. Another one was in a house for the abandoned children and for girls who were abused physically,mentally and sexually. We donated some of their personal needs and among other things.

You might again wondering where we get our funds.Considering the facts that the things being donated requires a large amount of money. The money is being donated by our members who are working abroad or even for non-members who are willing to share their blessings. If we are going to have an upcoming project we tell them, then we start asking for help. I salute them for their great contributions to make all our projects feasible. Considering the fact that we have not seen each other personally, only on the net. That is how they trusted the organization. I am so proud of these people!

Recently, July 11, 2009, we had our first grand reunion of all the officers and other members too. Our chairwoman came home from United Arab Emirates to personally meet us and plan for another project.

I am praying that this will be another fruitful one. Sharing some of the pictures during the grand reunion.

Saturday, June 20, 2009


I would like to give tribute to my everdearest husband.
Today is your special day.
I want to thank you for all your sacrifices.
You are my strength, my shock absorber,my power and my life, without you, i am nothing. With you i feel secured and feel all things are easy to handle.
For you nothing seems impossible,you always make things easy.
Thank you for loving me.
Thank you for always making me special
Thank you for taking care of me

Always be with you till the end,I LOVE YOU!

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

>There was a time when I couldn’t go on,

when nothing was right and all were gone.

I stared at nothingness with no will to fight,

I have to give up, I know I was right.

Everybody seems to desert me’coz no one was left,

Nobody heard me, to my shouts they were deaf.

How could I go on, how could I stay?

When they were all gone, when they all went away.

Life was empty, it was dark and cold,

Who will warm me to life? To my hands who will hold?

Who will push me when I’m tired? Who will catch me when I fall?

Who will listen to my woes? Who will answer when I call?

No one will ‘coz no one stayed,

They all went away, they all have fade.

It was a time when my life was black,

but you came along and you help me come back.

You taught me to love again,

you taught me to live again.

You were all smiles and soft tender words,

You freed me from my murky past, freed me like a bird.

I came across this poem today, i just though this is nice to have it posted here and share.

I would like to dedicate this one also to my husband,lover,mentor and best friend. Thank you for being always there for me. Thank you for the guidance,prayers, patience and understanding for my mood swings.

This is not my Father's day tribute yet,lol. I LOVE YOU!

Tuesday, June 9, 2009


We are now officially celebrating WORLD OCEANS DAY. As an individual, my simple way of contributing the preservation of our ocean is to keep it clean, join caused oriented groups in their efforts to preserve it and to help increase awareness.

Visit Discovery Education’s Planet Ocean website. You find fun facts and lessons about the ocean.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Honesty is beautiful
Kindness is beautiful
Intelligence is beautiful
Talent is beautiful

Beautiful is a romance with such abundance
Beautiful are the flowers that roam the earth
Beautiful is awaking to the sound of singing birds
Beautiful is a disguise
Playing hide and seek inside and outside
Beautiful is as naked as the rising sun
Beautiful is delightful and truthful
Beautiful is the golden daylight that shines
And the taste of sweet colored red wine
Beautiful was never ever created by mistake
Beautiful is the ingredient we bake life’s cake
When all or nothing is at stake

I am beautiful
You are beautiful
We are beautiful

Beautiful is great
Beautiful is sweet
Beautiful is love
Beautiful is power

Come to me Mr. & Mrs. Beautiful
Let me into your little secret
Of why you are so obedient and dutiful

by Slyvia Chidi

this is how i see my life is,full of hope and optimism. We always come to a point when we think life is not fair for us. But after that we see the sun shines again.
I am so happy today, actually since yesterday because i was able to talk to you and happy to see you as well.

Sunday, May 17, 2009


   It was my birthday yesterday, sadly  my migraine was hitting me badly  since morning till evening.  I could not get up from my bed.  The medicines did not work, so i was on bed till this morning.  
   I am a bit okay now, so had this chance of opening my mails and blogs.  I am happy  my inbox is full of birthday greetings, great feelings that people you loved did not forget this day.
    I thank God because i have reached this age and all the blessings i have received all this time. Got only one wish to Canada dream!

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

I am back!

       I am here again, after two weeks of silence, although i kept coming to check and made comments on to my favorites blogs.  
        Two weeks was a torture for me, trying very hard to get my brain  back to working...literally! So my exam has done yesterday,i hope i made it.  I want to think that i really did my job.  Hoping to have a positive result......soon!
         Thank you to all my friends here who wished me luck,you inspired me guys!  
          I guess i need to catch up and i will. thanks again.

Mom Happy Mother's Day!

     I hope i am not yet late on greeting you on this very special occasion.  You called me over the phone to greet me, felt ashamed because whenever we have an occasion you will be the first to greet and you make me feel guilty.
      Mom, seldom we talk brought by the distance....Hawaii is miles and miles away from the Philippines.  You've been there almost two decades now, despite that you never let  me feel being  deprived of your love and affection. You are always there for me.     
 I was 4 when Dad passed away, since then you stood by our side, gave yourself unselfishly for us.  You never thought of looking after your personal gains, instead you played your role as the mother and father at the same time.  I admire you so much for that. 

      Thank you for giving me the chance to see the world!
      Thank you for loving me and nurturing me!
      Thank you for showing me how to become a good mother too to 
       my children!
      Thank you for teaching me to become patient in dealing with 
       my kids!
      Thank you for teaching me to be GOD fearing person!
      Thank you for being so understanding!
      Most of all thank you for being there for me always!
      There are so many thank yous i want to say to you, but time is 
       not enough to say it all. 

     As i always tell you that if God permits, I want to go and die first than me seeing you gone first.  You get mad when i say that, it's okay, i still mean it and always will.


Wednesday, April 29, 2009

studying and ageing.......

     I  have not been into blogging these days but i kept constantly reading all the updates from the blogs i followed.  Made comments here and there, i can not help it. I love your blogs, it is somehow my "get-away" from  reviewing. 
Ah, now i realized that being stocked at home and not trying to at least refresh my mind from time to time is really a disaster( hello! what year is it now?).  See!  even us mom should never stop from getting in touch with the outside world,never stop learning, i hope it is  not too late for me (whew!). Taking this review feels,  i am out of this already, but i have no choice. My memory is not sharp anymore compared to 20 years ago, that is a matter of fact!
    So to my friends,  just keep posting and i will surely be on it.  For the meantime let me concentrate here on my review until  i get through with this on May 11.  
    Wish me luck! Thank you.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Kevin made it!

       We had a follow up check up today, had some laboratory tests, at last traces of blood in his urine has gone, meaning medecines responded so well on him.  Yes!  I am relieved and worry no more.   I  can concentrate again for my review.  
       Thanks to all my friends here who wished Kevin to get well...thanks to Mom E, shades, Deena and Beth, you helped me uplift my spirit during this down moments. To all those silently reading my blog,love you guys!

Monday, April 20, 2009

Get well soon Kevin!

     While i am busy reviewing,  problems come here and there..... yesterday my youngest son Kevin has diagnosed  with kidney infections, i don't understand much of all those medical terms told by his pediatrician. I am trying very hard to comprehend all those terms.  He got high fever and blood stains in his urine, and few lymph nodes on the left side of his neck.  So i had to rushed him to the hospital,it was alarming!  He underwent some laboratory tests....urine, blood and lung x-rays  now he is at home for observation and medication, and be back on wednesday for a follow up check up and another laboratory tests.  I hope and pray the medicines will respond.
    I am  closely monitoring him, and i am glad he acts normally and seems not sick at all, still hyperactive, not heeding the advise of his pedia......he is a kid indeed!  Somehow it is also a relief for me it is less stressful.  Get well soon my baby!   I LOVE YOU!!!

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Wish to see you!

      I am busy preparing for my upcoming exam at the embassy of Canada,this is what i am waiting for barely a year now.  I hope i can make it so i can eventually go and work there.  
I have been contemplating on it long time ago, for the future of my kids.  At last i got a chance, so now my turn to either make it or break it at this time.  I chose Canada because this is one of the best place to live in, so many praises and beautiful stories about the people, the environment, all things in general.  So wish me luck guys and please help pray for this.