Being a Mom is my life long dream.
Now that it’s so close to fulfillment, I still couldn’t consider myself to be 100% qualified for the job. I just haven’t figured it out yet. Was there anyone ever prepared for this?
“God is in the details.”
– Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Little did I know that a famous architect’s dictum I followed when I was young now speaks to my dialogues to our dear Father.
“It is like a mustard seed, which is the smallest of all seeds on earth.
Yet when planted, it grows and becomes the largest of all garden plants,
with such big branches that the birds can perch in its shade.”
We’ll be handed with our own tiny seed very soon. We’re not completely sure if our garden is ready, but we are always, always asking for guidance to enable us to become gardeners worthy of a fruitful tree.
This year is for Selfless Discoveries.
I never considered myself as a volunteer-type, never ever comfortable to be the first person to raise my hand when someone asks for help, unless personally approached. I’d always take time to test the waters before jumping in.
This 2018 will be very different.
Hot or cold, stepping back is not an option.
You Only Live Once
The famous mantra most of the young generation believe in is true. Best moments shared with family, friends, and significant people only comes in a spark of time. Your memory catches some specks only your physical mind can contain.
Nothing more, nothing less, let them see whom they loved.
As I begin to prepare the special day of my life, I was luckily, a part of an organizing committee for a national convention for professionals. It was obvious that I worked with the pros and one of which I acknowledge as my events mentor. He was behind a lot of successful massive gatherings, not to mention he is an Architect too. That is why I look up to his skills and great passion in what he does. So, the first question I heard from him was, “What is your wedding theme?” oh yes, haven’t thought of that yet. My mind played a quick flashback about my Dreamy Childhood Wedding… Continue reading “Leave A Mark”
Moms make it hard to leave home.
One Pinoy saying that I once believed was “mahirap magpalaki ng matatanda”, (it’s hard to raise the elderly) most especially when it applies to your parents. Suddenly, roles switch, we are now held responsible to take care of them. Nevertheless, they are still the experts and will always be the best. Just like my Mom, a master to the noblest profession, being a mother.
RECEIVE. LET GO. GIVE BACK.
Fill your heart with so much love
and when it pours, give it away.
I believe to be a semi-introvert when it comes to making friends or acquaintances. I tend to wait for people to approach me or choose someone that I think would understand my
weirdness uniqueness. Things changed when I gradually went out of the shell, why?