Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Kahit Ulitin Pa Man

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Sa gabi ay dalangin na
Sa araw namay pangarap ka
Ito ang damdamin ko
Mula ng lumisan ka

Kahit malayo man
Laging hiling sa Maykapal
Damhin ang paglinga ko
Hangga't magbalik mahal

Kahit na ulitin pa ma
Ang panahong nilalaan
Sa paghihintay, hindi mapapagal

Batid ng Diyos ang nilalaman
Pag-ibig ko'y sayo lamang
Di magbabago, magpakailan pa man..

Patuloy ingatan ka
Pag-ibig natin sa isat isa
Ito ang dalangin ko
Sa bawat gabi, Sinta

At pagbalik mong muli
Hindi namuling mawalay pa
Ito ang pangarap ko
Bawat araw, Sinta

Kahit na ulitin pa ma
Ang panahong nilalaan
Sa paghihintay, hindi mapapagal

Batid ng Diyos ang nilalaman
Pag-ibig ko'y sayo lamang
Di magbabago, magpakailan pa man..

Nasaana ka man
Dalanging sa'yo ilalaan

Kahit na ulitin pa ma
Ang panahong nilalaan
Sa paghihintay, hindi mapapagal

Batid ng Diyos ang nilalaman
Pag-ibig ko'y sayo lamang
Di magbabago, magpakailan pa man..

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas

I had a very interesting Christmas eve party last night.

Days before the Christmas eve, my friends and family have been reminding me to be strong and not to cry - they were all worried about me.

My new friends here in Singapore invited me to go with them since they will have a party at home.

But, I have decided to stay at home. I'd rather stay online and watch my family via webcam and wait with them until midnight.

Been surrounded by too many people but I still feel all alone inside the mall.

I am currently under OJT, and we closed at 5:00 pm. It was still too early so I went to malls first and ate my dinner. I went home at around 7:00. Since, I knew I will be alone at home, I just bought "prata" and Spam for my noche buena.

With my new friend, Cris at Beyond Beauty. I am on training as a Front Desk Executive.

I waited and stayed online. My husband asked me to teach him how to cook Baked Macaroni.

My kids showed me the gifts they received and I saw the excitement in their faces while they opened the gifts one by one.

They played music and we sang songs. I even asked them to key in "Hinahanap hanap Kita" by regine and I sang with them.

My sister sang an upbeat song and I danced with them. LOL. I am just glad I was alone at house!

My sisters with niece and nephew.

I heared my little girl's giggle while I was dancing with them. She kept laughing and kept saying, "Mommy". After our "dance number", my little girl got tired and fell asleep. I was lucky to even see her closed her eyes while my husband sent her to bed.

We then continued - singing and dancing, joking and laughing. I felt like I was really there. It was about 2 am when I decided I had to go to sleep. It was a fun party.

Thanks to technology, I was able to enjoy Cyber Christmas celebration with my family at home. Merry Christmas everyone!!!

Monday, December 14, 2009

Should I celebrate Christmas?

It’s Christmas once again. I bet most of us are excited about this. Most of us have decorated our homes, set up Christmas Tree and underneath it are gifts for our loved ones. Almost everyone had prepared the recipes for the food on the table on that special day.

A lot of things happened to me in time for the Christmas celebration. I would like to list them down so I wouldn’t forget.

1. I am away from my family.
2. First time to be away from my kids and my husband on a very special day.
3. I have lost a niece. My sister gave birth last December 9 but the baby didn’t make it.
4. My nephew fell down and hit his head and needed a CT scan.
5. I will be alone on Christmas eve; my housemates will either go to home to the Philippines or will stay at their friend’s house.
6. I still couldn’t afford to send big amount of money since I have not started working yet.
7. I couldn’t afford to give gifts for my loved ones.
8. My son is sick (hopefully he gets well before Christmas).
9. I miss my husband and my kids.
10. My application for an Employment pass has been rejected. My employer had to make an appeal and I have to wait for 3 weeks more for the result.

But despite everything, I know I still have to celebrate Christmas. Why? Because Christmas is not dependent on what I am going through right now. Because Christmas brings hope. Because Christmas is a celebration of the love of God - that a Messiah was born to save us. It is the sole reason why I need to celebrate.

Friday, November 20, 2009

What a Compassionate God He is.

I never had any doubt that God loves me so. However, there are times when it's really hard to just live by faith. Christianity is not hard - it's impossible. But as long as we believe in a living God nothing will be impossible for us.

I was reminded by God again and again of much He cares and how much He loves me. I was reading the word earlier and I was on John 11:32-35.

"32 When Mary reached the place where Jesus was and saw him, she fell at his feet and said, "Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died."
33 When Jesus saw her weeping, the Jews who had come along with her also weeping, he was deeply moved in spirit and troubled. 34 "Where have you laid him?" he asked. "Come and see, Lord," they replied. "35 Then Jesus wept.

These verses reminded me that God really cares for each of us. Jesus sacrificed His life for us. He cries when we cry too.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Bread of Life Singapore

It was Sunday once again. A very special day for me. I am in a new place now, but I had to make sure I still attend the Sunday service. I forgot to ask the brethren for the address of our church here in Singapore, so I just searched online and with God's grace, I was able to find it. However, it was a totally different church. This a Singaporean church. They are the same in a way that our church and this church both believe in the same God.

It was a good thing I have attended the English service. It was also good since the praise and worship songs are familiar. These are the same songs we sing in our church.

Below is Pastor Sin Liak Oon and the other is his interpreter.

This is their banner.

This is the projector showing the Scripture Reference for the sermon today.

I was really blessed with this service. It was very good experience. Indeed God is great and His name is blessed among all nations. We worship with different tongues but was blessed with the One True God.

The Praise and Worship Team also introduced a new song called My Abba. Here is the lyrics of that song.

My Abba My Father
Copyright 2008 New Creation Church

You know the plans you have for me
You will complete your work in me

My name's engraved upon your heart
Because of Christ, I am your child

I'll be still know that you are God
By your Spirit, l cry

My Abba, My Father
You'll love me forever
My future's secure in your hand

You've crowned me with glory
to worship you only
To none else will I bow my heart

For you are my Abba, My God

Sunday, November 8, 2009

My Family

I really love Sunday, because it's the day when I can recharge my spirit by attending Sunday Services and it is also a day when I can get to spend time with my family.

Here are just some pictures taken today.

On our way to church, I heard my daughter said, "Wow, moon!" It was a great reminder for me to know that nothing is impossible with God. It was just nice to see the moon at daytime.

After church we ate at Kenny Roger's.

On our way home we passed by a Studio and we decided to take a family picture. :)

On the van going home. My hand locked with my daughter's hand.

My husband and I.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Lovely Blog Award

I was given this award now by Mommy Amor.

Thanks Mommy Amor. I really appreciate this from the bottom of my heart.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Cupcake and Baby Bear

I fetch my son at school earlier. It was the last day of their examinations. It's their sembreak now. They'll come back on November 05.

As we left the school, my son saw one of his classmates and he said goodbye. The cutie girl replied, "Bye, Baby Bear."

I smiled and then asked my son why did she call him Baby Bear. He said it was just because he said goodbye to her. I then asked him if he calls her "Cupcake". My son just looked at me with confused eyes and then frowned.

So cute.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Educational or not?

Just like my son, Seandy, my daughter who is now 19 months loves to watch DVD. Her favorite now is Barney. Every morning when she wakes up she would always ask me to open the DVD to watch Barney. I love it since she gets to learn a lot of things. She can sing a lot of songs now. That's one thing we enjoyed doing together - singing.

But now, I got confused when I read the article that Walt Disney Company is now offering refunds for all those “Baby Einstein” videos that did not make children into geniuses.

It says in the article that the "Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood" group went to the Federal Trade Commission to complain about the educational claims made by the distributor of the videos. They said that the full refund offered by the company is already an acknowledgment for their complaint. It also said that the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends no screen time at all for children under 2. They said this could hurt children’s physical and mental health. And, could also create attention problems by the time they reach age 7.

I remember my college days when we used to have debates about the Television being an Idiot Box.

I think moderation is always best.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Coming Soon

I was so excited to buy my own domain from Pinoy Domain Store. I bought one yesterday without thinking and now I still don't know how to make it work.

I have tried to follow the instructions given but I still don't get it. Poor, poor me. i don't want to contact their support because they might give me too technical answers too. Sigh.

Help please.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Ito na Sana ang Simula

Mayo 2010, eleksiyon na naman. Ang daming pumapasok sa isip ko. Sinu sino kaya ang siguradong tatakbo. Sinu sino kaya ang mananalo.

Dati akong registrado sa Makati, pero nung lumipat kami sa Cavite kinailangan kong magparegistro dito. Pati na rin ang iba kong kapatid.

Naaalala ko, nagkwento sakin ang kapatid na dating botante sa Bicol. Marami daw pera ang mga tao dun tuwing eleksiyon. Naikwento pa niya yung huling pagkakataon na bumoto siya dun. Natutulog lang siya at paggising nya para bomoto binigyan na lang siya ng pera at ng papel kung sino ang iboboto nya. Magkabilang partido daw ang nagpamahagi ng pera para "tulungan" silang magpasya kung sino ang iboboto nila. Mas madali nga naman sigurong magpasya kung sino ang iboboto mo kung makikita mong may perang kalakip ang bawat pangalan na maaari mong isulat sa balota. Tama ba?!?

Pero naiisip niya di naman siya nagpapabayad. Di naman niya binebenta ang boto niya. Pero parang natatakot na rin siya dahil sa simpleng bayad na binigay sa kanya na hindi naman niya hiningi o hinangad naramdaman niyang nawalan na siya agad ng karapatan para pumili ng tamang kandidato. Tinanggalan na siya agad ng karapatan bomoto.

Alam ko ganito din ang nararamdaman ng karamihan. Marami nga naman talaga ang bumili ng boto sa mga taong di naman ibenebenta ito. At kapag nagkataon para na rin silang tinutukan ng baril at kinuha ang karapatan nilang pumili ng taong gusto nila.

Nakakatuwang isipin na marami - rami na rin naman ngayon ang mga organisasyon na handang tumulong para maproteksiyunan ang bawat boto ng mamamayan. Lagi kong naririnig sa anak kong limang taon ang mga katagang “Ako ang Simula”. Parati niya kasi itong binabasa tuwing kinokomersial sa TV. Tanging panalangin ko ay lumakas ang loob ng mga kabataan at ng iba pang mamamayan para bantayan ang kanilang boto at wag magpadala sa mga politikong namimili ng boto.

Sana rin bukod sa pagbabantay ng boto at matututo tayong ipanalangin sa Diyos na liwanagan ang isip natin kung sino talaga ang karapat dapat na iboto natin. Kahit ang Bibliya (Roma 13) naman ay nagtututuro na kailangan nating igalang ang mga may kapangyarihan dito sa lupa.

Nanood ako ng balita nung mga nakaraang araw, napanood ko na si Estrada pala ay tatakbo ulit bilang president. Kailangan niya raw kasing linisin ang pangalan niya.

Kailangan niya pa bang maging president ulit para linisin ang pangalan niya? Paano naman ang pangalan ng bansa?

Natatandaan mo pa ba yung kontorbersiya sa pagitan ng Pilipinas at sa palabas na “Desperate Housewives” kung saan isang actress ang kumuwestiyon sa mga nurses na gradweyt ng Pilipinas? Eh, yung sinabi ni alec Baldwin tungkol sa mga Mail Order Brides?

Maraming mga bansa ngayon na di na maganda ang tingin sa mga Filipino. Ito na ang sana ang simula para maipagmalaki natin ang bansa natin. Bangon Pinoy, kaya natin ‘to.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

A new Beginning

It was my last day at work last Sunday. I have decided I have to move on and try a different path. I've loved my job and it pays good - the highest compensation I ever had since I started working. And, the work load is easy. It was really my comfort zone.

But I felt God is leading me somewhere else. Somewhere I can be more blessed. It was a hard decision since I had to consider the welfare of my kids. However, I also know I have to obey.

Jeremiah 29

11 For I know the plans I have for you," says the LORD. "They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.

I may not know the future but I am glad I know who holds the future. I just need to have faith and be strong. I know a better future is ahead.

A simple keepsake from my friends in the office.

Thank you very much for the memories. I hope to see you all again.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Laughing in the rain.

I was to buy my son, Seandy, pencils, pen and crayon earlier. I asked my son to come with me. Since I know we will just be quick, i did not bring an umbrella. But half way back to our home, it started drizzling. My son panicked and since we bought his pad papers, I told him to run.

We ran and reached our house in 2 to 3 minutes, but my son was already crying. He seemed so frightened. I got out of the house to be soaked by the rain. I then asked him to get out so we could play in the rain. He was hesitant at first but when he got the feel of it, he started laughing. It was fun seeing my kid danced and played in the rain like that.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Do Not Lose Heart

God has promised to answer our prayers.

In my quiet time earlier, I was reading Luke 18. And, I am reminded that we should not lose heart when praying because God answers prayers especially if we pray earnestly.

I had a note posted on this page and it was dated January 25, 1999 - ten years ago.

I remember that was the time when I was still struggling about my break up with my first boyfriend. It just made me laugh since on my note I highlighted the word "earnestly", not because I was praying earnestly then, but because the name of my ex was "Ernest". LOL.

Well, when we parted we hold hands and prayed that God will lead us to where He thinks is best for us. Both of us are happily married now and I know God answered both of our prayers.

God is so wonderful and His love is so amazing. I still can't grasped how a person like me could deserve His love. Blessed be His name.

Please take time to listen to this song by Chris Tomlin. Thanks to Danielmoviesinc for posting this video.

My Alma Mater

I went to my Alma Mater yesterday. I was there to take some papers that I need. The school was different from when I used to study there.

After I got the papers I need, I went down to the Cafeteria to eat.

I watched all the other students there. I remembered my college days. I didn't enjoy much of it since I was a workings student then. I was asked to join several organizations but I couldn't since, I got limited time.

I remember my tuition fee was only Php500.00 then. I have to make sure I got into the Dean's list for another 50% discount! Now, my son is in Preparatory and his tuition fee is more than PhP. 10,000!

I didn't have my digital camera with me but I couldn't help to take pictures, so I just used my phone to do the job.

Here are some pictures that I took.

This is our building back then.

Now, here is the new building that looks like a mall. LOL.

The inside of the new building is impressive, I must say. It doesn't look like the same Public University where I spent my college days.

These pictures show the Cafeteria and the elevator.

I went down to the basement and I was glad to find a chapel there. I went inside the Chapel and I was surprised to see a familiar face there. Well, the faces of all the students are all new to me. A familiar face could only be a Professor I've known from before.

The man in blue is Sir Tobie. He never became my professor but I knew him. He was the one who encouraged me to join the Ms. CAS (College of Arts and Sciences) Pageant when I was in First Year College. I never really wanted to join because I was afraid it would me vain. But, I am glad I joined. It was an achievement that I will forever treasure in my heart.

Here are other things that can now be found in the school.

This is the new Track and Field inside the campus ground.

This is the Makati Park in front of the school and the Overpass pass just outside the campus.

I can say the improvement was good. I just hope that the education system improved as well.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Pano Na?

Madalas mas gusto ko na lang na wag na lang makinig ng balita sa telebisyon. Nakakalungkot lang kasi na makita at marinig ang mga patuloy na nangyayayari sa bansa natin.

Tatlong linggo matapos dumaan ang bagyong Ondoy sa bansa, at ilang araw pa pagkaalis ng Bagyong Pepeng, madami pa rin tayong mga kababayan ang hindi pa nakakabangon hanggang ngayon.

Marami pa ring mga lugar ang lubog pa rin sa baha hanggang sa kasalukuyan. Minsan nanood ako ng balita, may isang ina na natrauma sa nagdaang pagbaha dala ng bagyong Ondoy. Nang mabalitaan nyang darating na naman ang isa pang bagyo (Pepeng), bigla na lang bumigay ang pag-iisip nya.

Sa kabila ng mga nangyayari sa ating bansa, di ito ang panahon para panghinaan tayo ng loob. Ito pa nga ang panahon upang lalo pa tayong magbuklod buklod at magkaisa.

Sana lang, natuto na rin ang ating Gobyerno sa mga nangyari. Sana maisip ng mga namamahala sa ating bansa na mas itigil na ang pagiging makasarili, ang pagnanakaw ng pera sa kaban ng bayan.

Sana maisip na ng mga opisyal ng Godyerno natin na maghanda para sa hinaharap.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Flood of Life

So many things happened in so little time. A lot of people who were affected by typhoon Ondoy has not recovered yet.

And, there goes Pepeng. Another Super Typhoon who hit northern part of the country. I listened to news yesterday and I heard how strong Pepeng is, its tail hit Cagayan Valley part.

I was just talking to my friend, Utchie, the night before. I asked her about her mom who live in Tugegarao. I asked if they were affected by Typhoon Ondoy last Saturday. She said they were lucky it never rained that hard. She even said it was just drizzling in their place.

But a week after Typhoon Ondoy, Typhoon Pepeng hit them big time. I texted Utchie and asked how her mom is doing and she said that they cannot get out of the house and the wind was so strong that roofs are flying. Good thing nobody was hurt.

I heard about a lady who allegedly said something nasty about the Philippines when we were hit by Ondoy. It was a shout out posted in Facebook. She said something like, the Filipinos here in the Philippines deserved what happened because there are a lot of sinners here. But she claimed she was just a victim of an identity theft so let's all leave it that way.

I was studying the life of Job and I was humbled when I read Job 38.

" The LORD Challenges Job
1 Then the LORD answered Job from the whirlwind:

2 "Who is this that questions my wisdom
with such ignorant words?
3 Brace yourself like a man,
because I have some questions for you,
and you must answer them...

25 "Who created a channel for the torrents of rain?
Who laid out the path for the lightning?
26 Who makes the rain fall on barren land,
in a desert where no one lives?

Another Passage that I heard that could be applied to the situation that we have right now.

It reads in Luke Chapter 13.

A Call to Repentance

1 About this time Jesus was informed that Pilate had murdered some people from Galilee as they were offering sacrifices at the Temple.

2 "Do you think those Galileans were worse sinners than all the other people from Galilee?" Jesus asked. "Is that why they suffered?

3Not at all! And you will perish, too, unless you repent of your sins and turn to God.

4 And what about the eighteen people who died when the tower in Siloam fell on them? Were they the worst sinners in Jerusalem?5 No, and I tell you again that unless you repent, you will perish, too."

God is an Omniscient God. We should never question Him nor doubt His love for us. He is dealing with each and everyone of us.

I pray that what happened recently would us help us grow deeper into the love of God.

Prayer for the victims of the typhoon Ondoy (Ketsana)

I was tagged by my friend Amor who was also affected by the Typhoon Ondoy. Their house had been submerged in a knee-deep water.

I was to pass this prayer started by Fr. Stephen Cuyos of Happy Faith.

Prayer for the victims of the typhoon Ondoy (Ketsana)

Loving Father, you are our shelter and our hope. We come to you with hearts full of trust in your love and mercy.

We pray for the victims of tropical storm Ondoy. May those who have lost homes and properties find shelter, enough food and clean water. Comfort those who are traumatized and those who are grieving for the loss of their families, neighbors and friends. Bless those who are sick and those who are injured that their health may be restored and their wounds cured. May you lead all who are stranded or lost back to those who love them. Guide the hands of the rescuers, the doctors and nurses and other volunteers and give them strength as they serve others with joy.

May this calamity bring people closer together, to help each other and to care for the environment. Give us the faith, the hope and the love to carry on. This we ask through Jesus Christ, Our Lord.

I am tagging some blogger friends to pass this prayer too. Please pass on this prayer Etcetera,Etcetera,and Fit4all

Let us be still and know that He is God.

Hide me now under Your wings
Cover me within Your mighty hand
When the oceans rise and thunders roar
I will soar with You above the storm
Father You are King over the flood
I will be still and know You are God

Find rest my soul in Christ alone
Know His power in quietness and trust
When the oceans rise and thunders roar
I will soar with You above the storm

Father You are King over the flood
I will be still and know You are God

Monday, September 28, 2009

Typhoon Ondoy

I went out of the house an hour earlier than my usual schedule last Saturday. I was supposed to go to work. I had anticipated traffic so I decided I would rather left early.

I thought I got lucky a van came at once. I was thinking there won’t be any vehicle to ride on.

But as I ride the van, the driver immediately told me we will try to go through Bacoor but not sure if we can pass through it.

The van has radio on so he can monitor the situation. We have reached St. Dominic Hospital in Bacoor but that was it; he could no longer move further. He asked all the passengers to get off since there was no way he's letting the van cross the almost waist-high flood. He apologized to all the passengers and gave the money back.

I decided I will just go home. I may have gotten the work, but definitely not on time, and I am not sure there would be transportation available for me when I come back home.

I reached home and just watched the news. There were lots of people affected by flood and many had died. While writing this many people are still stuck on the roof of their houses and needed to be rescued.

I was supposed to post this entry last Sunday, but the internet connection was also down.

Here are some pictures that I saw while browsing the net.

I hope that those who are able to help will help. God bless us all.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Count your Blessings

I was off for 4 days at work last week when I came back so much has changed. I heard the company had to down size. Several people were laid off 6 of them from our department.

It was a sad day. But no one complained aloud. Everyone cried inside. I have made a decision and I know it was called for. I texted our Head Manager ( an Israeli) and asked him if I could just take the place of Ms. Terry whom they removed from her post. She has two kids and is a single parent. I know she needs the job more than I do. Not that I don’t need the job but I know I can find one in no time and I believe God will provide.

My Boss replied and said it was not possible. I just thank him and told him that it was worth the shot. When I came to the office, my Department Manager approached me and asked me if I wanted us to talk. He was called by the Head Manager and told him that he just received the weirdest text ever.

I just laughed and told him I only wanted to help. I also saw Terry in the office that day, her eyes still red from crying. I approached her and told her everything will be okay. She just nodded and left.

As the song goes “when God closes the door He opens a window so I can see He’s working it out the very best for me.”

Me and my office mates who were left were just happy we still got our jobs.

Modern Days

Technology works wonder now a days. I get to contact my friends and love ones in other parts of the world anytime. We can chat, email, call. I get to see them and they get to see me via webcam. It’s like they are just near.

But for those people who want to go abroad, I was surprised to know that there are job interviews that are done via webcam. The webcam interview may be set by the agency. It can be done in the office or you can be interviewed at the comfort of your own home or if you do not have an internet you can just go to a computer shop and be ready for the interview.

Cool. No need for agencies here in the Philippines to spend lots of money in a hotel for accommodations or food for the employer. It can really save time and money.

Good thing for those applicants since the pressure is less because they will not have to face the employer personally. The only thing they need to work on is how to look good in the camera and sound good over the phone, of course the employer will also check how you look and may ask you to stand to see how you look from head to toe, so it is important that you wear business attire too much like in a real personal interview.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

That's my Favorite

Time flies so fast. It's friday once again and this means Mommy Moments. Today's topic is about the kids with any of their favorites.

Here are some pictures:

Here is my baby girl eating his favorite cookies.

Here are my kids eating their favorite snack - Popcorn.

Pictures of them doing their favorite past time.

Happy Mommy Moments.

Monday, September 21, 2009

September 21

It was a long weekend again. Today was declared holiday due to the celebration of the end of Ramadan. On the other hand this day also marked the 37th year when Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law (1972-1981)in the Philippines.

It was on September 21, 1972 when Martial Law, also known as Proclamation 1081, was allegedly declared to protect the country from the threat of a Communist Insurgency. Before the declaration, Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile was supposed to be ambushed by these communists. But after he withdrew his loyalty from the Marcoses, he admitted that his own men showered bullets on his empty car.

Many of today’s generation are no longer aware of the things that happened then. I myself, was not born yet when it was proclaimed.

From the stories that I’ve heard, from the books that I have read, from documentaries that I have watched I wish that my kids can no longer experience those times.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

My Treasured Photos

These are just few of the photos that I treasured. These were taken when I was not a Mom yet, except for one. These pictures made me who I am today. This is my entry for our Mommy Moments for today. These pictures were taken too many years ago.

Happy Mommy Moments to all.

This picture was taken during our retreat in High School.

A picture taken from a seminar at church in Hotel Intercon Makati.

This was me back in 1997. I was about 18 years old. One of the happiest moments in my life. Why? LOL.

A climb in Mt. Maculot, Cuenca Batangas.

I couldn't believe it myself, but I joined a Pageant(Ms. CAS) when I was in College. This was during the time when we introduced ourselves. LOL.

I treasure this picture because this is the last picture I had with my grandma. I miss her so much.

Picture during the “baptism” of my son, Seandy. This is with Samuel Butcher the creator of Precious Moments – the button I chose for Mommy Moments is from Precious Moments.

To find more Treasured Photos from other Mommies, click here.