Last night was one of those nights that reminded me that life is full of challenges
There are incidents in my life that I wish didn’t happen,
but I can’t change time and undo the wrong paths we’ve taken;
Sometimes there seems to be crosses that I have to bear.
At times I question, why us, why them, why me?
Can I blame all that to a greedy lawyer that took hundreds of thousands of dollars, or can the blame be on us for trusting those who gave us false hopes?
Back then, we weren’t google-ing for information that would have prevented such tragedy in our lives.
Life is unfair sometimes… or is it – life is what we made it to be.
I'm definitely stressed out when I woke up because I ate 3 cupcakes, half of the blueberry pound cake, portabella and goat cheese panini and banana bread
(compliments of my daughter's bf's bakery).
I lost my zen last night that prompted my 8yo to ask questions he wouldn't understand the answers for.
When he was asked, "What are you waiting for?"
He answered slowly inunciating every word, "I am waiting for nothing"
And in his 8yo wisdom, he suggested, "Mom, you should write to the Governor.
I can't let my family in the Philippines wait for nothing, so maybe I should do just that.
I don’t know if I can handle such responsibility and last night’s overseas phone call is a reminder of such a hefty task.
Please do pray that my family and I continue to have the faith and strength to get through these challenges.
When I opened my email Monday morning, I was pleased and surprised by 2 thoughtful bloggers who were sweet enough to share their awards with me.
1) Dee of “A Mom’s Journey”, thank you for the Lovely Blog Award;
2) Ty of “Mama of 3 Munchkin”, thank you for the Kreativ Blog Award;
Most friendships begin with a compliment. - Peter M. Brown
“Good friends are like stars, you don’t always see them, but you know they are always there.” - Anonymous
"There is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it's going to be a butterfly." – Buckminster Fuller"Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties." – Erich Fromm
"The world is but a canvas to the imagination." - Henry David Thoreau:
There are a few “pals” I’ve made online that have always brightened my day – by their visits, sweet thoughts, witty blogs and always thinking of me by sharing their awards.
I would like to share these awards with them and to new pal-bloggers that will definitely put a smile on your faces and artists that will make you go WOW!
So hope you go take time to visit:
Veronica Lee of Of Mice and Ramen
Tami of Diary of a Mad Woman
Felicia Kramer of Another Bright Idea
Jodi of A Beaded Path Chris of Prayer
Alicia of More Than Words
Paula – A party of six
Leyda of From Mom to Mom
Suzanne of Shabby Chicks
Sandy of Momisodes -
Jennifer of It’s a Beauty Filled Life -
Buckeroomama of Mamahood, Among OtherThings
Nikki of Crazy Times of Being a Mom
Marla of Green Adoptions
Mara of LetKidsPlay -
Pam of Mom’s Mutterings
Brandie of A Journey of 1000 Stitches
Helene of I’m a Living Proof that God Has A Sense of Humor
Deb of Life with Birk -
Anita of Anita McCants
Lori of When We Listen
Cluck and Tweet
Brown Eyed Gal Steph of Furious Five
Moderm Mom of How to Survive LIfe In Suburbs
Melinda of Coming Clean: Confessions of an Imperfect Mom
Thank you all for making me smile with your sweet thoughts!
Excuse me if I'm not going to be around to visit for a while, I'll be here and remember that you have already made a difference in my life!
Please do take the time to visit these wonderful pals - they made time for me and hopefully you will, too.
Keep smiling =D