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Thursday, November 24, 2005

need to move

You Belong in Rome
You're a big city girl with a small town heart. Which is why you're attracted to the romance of Rome--strolling down picture-perfect streets, cappuccino in hand, and gorgeous Italian men - could life get any better?

Friday, November 18, 2005

truly grateful for...

1. My relationship w/Jesus Christ...I am nothing without Him.
2. My daughter Skye. She's the greatest gift God has given me here on earth.
3. My family. I don't tell them often enough but I am so grateful to them for helping me raise Skye. There's no way I could survive being a single mom without them.
4. Excellent health
5. The Bible...God's heart communicated to us.

Friday, November 11, 2005

i wish, i wish...

...i could have this phone!
I had wanted a digital camera AND an ipod nano, but i think this is a fair compromise :p

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

a lasting impression

"People might forget what you said, people might forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
--Maya Angelou
(borrowed from P's blog)

Friday, November 04, 2005

the fellowship of the beans

Skye and I are such big fans of VeggieTales. It's one of the few shows I actually enjoy watching with her. It has lots of musical numbers, and it's so well-written that the humor of the show appeals to grown-ups as well. They do their own versions of popular stories like Madame Blueberry (Madame Bovary), Prince Omelette (Hamlet) and now, the Lord of the Beans (based on you know what!) . The main character is a Flobbit named Toto Baggypants and there's also Ear-a-Corn, Leg-o-Lamb, and the dwarf Grumpy...hahaha. Am sure this is going to be hilarious. And what I like about VeggieTales is all the stories have a value lesson from the Bible in the end. Mommies looking for good videos to get for their kids should check out VeggieTales . This is a totally unsolicited plug. We just really like it!

'want to ride the horsey!'

Was able to bring Skye to Tiendesitas for her first calesa ride ever. Turns out the ride is free if you buy at least P100 worth from any of the stalls there. And with just one ticket, 5 of us got to ride. Since we were a bigger group, we got to go on the biggest calesa. It was more like a calesa jeep. It coud probably fit at least 8 people.
Me, Skye, Papa, Mama, Yaya
Our calesa driver was cooperative. He let us stop at one point so we could take pics. Put Skye in the driver's seat beside the calesa guy but he got conscious and got off and didn't want to be in the pic. So when Skye realized she was alone near the horse, she got scared na. Ergo, no pics with the horse in sight. She enjoyed the calesa ride though. Kept saying 'want to ride the horsey!' Ya right, skye.
Anyway, here are more pics ...some new, some not so new.