GIVEAWAY ALERT!!! Win 2 Leap Frog Educational DVDs!

I’m very excited to announce my very first Give-away contest. This is my way of blessing others for having been blessed by those who have been faithfully reading my blog and are following me on Facebook, Twitter and Google plus. The prize includes: 1 Leap Frog Talking Words Factory Video 1 Leap Frog Letter Factory Video 1 Lamaze Garden bug rattle 1 Leap Frog soft key chain According to my friend Phoebe, the Letter Factory has greatly helped her daughter Danae learn to read. So if you have kids 1 year old and above, these DVDs can help supplement your child’s reading […]

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Godiva Natural Skin Care happy li’l consumer

I have a confession to make: I know nothing much about skin care products. I just wasn’t exposed to them, I guess? I didn’t experience a zit phase and having dark spots on my face (other than my freckles) and body wasn’t something I had to contend with until I got pregnant with our youngest son, Judah at the age of 35. I practically got away using whatever soap there was on the soap dish although I did try a couple of local moisturizers, a toner, and (beats me why!) that peeling liquid you put on your face? I forgot […]

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Sharing my insight on Prophetic lullaby for babies

I grew up exposed to worship hymns. My parents were members of a Catholic charismatic community and they had weekly worship services and activities that used a lot of these songs. Being musically inclined even as a child, I easily absorbed the melodies and more importantly, the words. Traditional hymns were heavily based on the scriptures and unconsciously, I had memorized numerous verses to heart. Music stays in the heart Years gone by and those verses never left me. That time, despite having read all the stories in the bible at a young age, I wasn’t aware that I had […]

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Kasambahay Bill is now a Law

Kasambahay Bill is 2-way after all So, I’ve heard that the Kasambahay bill has now been made into a law. Many people have raised protests over the passing of the bill, seeing it as one-sided in favor of the helper (kasambahay). The truth is, there have been reports of abusive employers; you see it reported once in a while on the news. But the number of abusive helpers is bigger, as far as I have experienced.   Just recently, a post has been circulating about a maid who pushed her employer down the stairs and smashed her head bloody with a […]

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A year in exile

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged about my faith. I had some growing up to do. As people close to me know very well, I am very passionate by nature. I’m the crash and burn type. When I came to receive Jesus into my life, I pursued sharing the gospel to women, children and to those who have lost hope as I had, once. I still believe that the desires that I have, the dreams and ambitions that I have for our family and for the the ministry that I believe that we are called in are from God. […]

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