The day my father fell

8th of January, Sunday morning. It was probably the most traumatic sight I’ve ever seen in my life. I was in my room talking to our two older boys, when we heard a very loud thud on the roof. I am not easily reactive, so it took me a second before it dawned on me… Continue reading The day my father fell

A Frill-less Christmas Holiday Break for the Fam

It all started when my parents informed us that they made plans for themselves on Christmas eve. We’ve been living with them since October while we wait for the construction of our house to be complete. Christmas eve, Christmas day, New Year’s eve and the first day of the New Year 2023 all fell on… Continue reading A Frill-less Christmas Holiday Break for the Fam

Preparing for your children’s university plans

Our stand on university education is controversial to some. We have given our children the opportunity to decide for themselves how they want to pursue their education after high school. Are we against a university degree? Of course, not! If it were me, I would love for all my children to complete a bachelor’s degree,… Continue reading Preparing for your children’s university plans

REVIEW: ARDP’s Puso ng Pasko — A Christmas Ballet worth adding to your Christmas Traditions

Last night, December 2, Friday, was the opening of the first full-length Filipino Christmas ballet, Alice Reyes Dance Philippines’ Puso ng Pasko at the CCP, which is the perfect culminating show in the CCP Dance Series before the iconic theatre closes down for renovation in the next two years. A collaboration between two national artists… Continue reading REVIEW: ARDP’s Puso ng Pasko — A Christmas Ballet worth adding to your Christmas Traditions