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samo't sari

hubby's bday is so near....june 3 to be exact...though i gave him a pre bday gift already ( a dress watch)...am still thinking of giving him a gift on his special day....think.....think!...think!....think!

there are changes in our plans for his bday-- at first, we wanted to celebrate it in tagaytay but since we are pre occupied by the renovations we are making in our humble abode....hubby decided that we just check-in at fiesta hotel (thunderbird resort) in binangonan.....anyway, on the third week of june we will be flying off to the happiest place on earth! hongkong-disneyland......and we are really looking forward to this since this will be our first time to travel with the kids......we've been waiting for this moment since kids are now 6 and 5 we believe that this is the best time that they appreciate the beauty of travelling outside our country and their first destination is of course......disneyland! at first, hubby wanted to take the kids to singapore and malaysia (gentin…

emotional affair

during some chit chat with my girlfriends many topics have been discussed.....one of these is the so-called "emotional affair"..........while browsing the net, i saw this site talking about emo affair.

10RedFlags of anEmotional Affair.

1) Thinking or saying, "We're just friends."

If you have caught yourself thinking or saying, "but we're just friends," you are probably already in trouble. "But we're just friends" are four of the most dangerous words for a relationship. These words are usually said to rationalize something you know is wrong. Rationalize is also spelled "rational lies."

2) Thinking and daydreaming about the person more and more often.

This should be a loud, screaming clue. Do you think and day dream about your regular friends in this way?

3) Looking forward to the next time you can see and/or talk to the person.

If you feel excitement and anticipation, a quickening of your pulse, as you get ready to see this person,…

tala's recital

during my kids' recital i was kinda nervous thinking are they gonna play their piece right?....honestly, i don't know how to play any instruments....my hope of playing those things was passed on to my kids....seeing them holding and playing those musical instruments gave me hope.....hope of what i have missed when i was a kid will be experienced by my children.....here's ate tala with her violin playing the chopsticks ....

yumi's recital

sharing with you mayumi's recital last may 23....she was supposed to play the grasshopper only but a few minutes before the program she asked her teacher if she could also play twinkle, twinkle little star, her reason....her grasshopper piece is too short and she wanted to stay long in the stage...hahahaha!here's my bunso.....mayumi playing the keyboard...enjoy:)so proud of you ading mayumi!

back!

i was so busy these past few days.........wasn't able to update my site....hopefully, i can blog something tomorrow:)

hope all is well with you guys!

the perfect quote

Here's the perfect quote (for me) about mothers...


" A mother understands what a child does not say" -- jewish proverbs


perfect isn't it? :)

Mother's day history

I was wondering what is the story behind mother's day....so i browsed the net and found this site for mothers. And here's the Mother's day history....

The history of Mother's Day is centuries old and goes back to the times of ancient Greeks, who held festivities to honor Rhea, the mother of the gods. The early Christians celebrated the Mother's festival on the fourth Sunday of Lent to honor Mary, the mother of Christ. Interestingly, later on a religious order stretched the holiday to include all mothers, and named it as the Mothering Sunday. The English colonists settled in America discontinued the tradition of Mothering Sunday because of lack of time. In 1872 Julia Ward Howe organized a day for mothers dedicated to peace. It is a landmark in the history of Mother's Day.

In 1907, Anna M. Jarvis (1864-1948), a Philadelphia schoolteacher, began a movement to set up a national Mother's Day in honor of her mother, Ann Maria Reeves Jarvis. She solicited the help o…

to a very special mom.....

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this one is for my mom...............



Myspace Mothers Day Commentsi love you mommy! i owe you a lot!

i remember you- skid row

i turned on my ym music launchcast and chose the powerballads station.....the song that played first was "i remember you" by skid row......i kinda liked this song...actually, it was the 2nd time i heard it....i put on the speaker so i can hear the lyrics well.....

without knowing that my hubby was listening too....he then told me.....nay, favorite ko yan....he gave me a big smile:) and hugged me as if i was on vacation for so long!

music really sometimes connect two souls.....

here's the lyrics of i remember you by skid row......

Woke up to the sound of pouring rain
The wind would whisper and I'd think of you
And all the tears you cried, that called my name
And when you needed me I came through

I paint a picture of the days gone by
When love went blind and you would make me see
I'd stare a lifetime into your eyes
So that I knew you were there for me
Time after time you were there for me

Remember yesterday - walking hand in hand
Love letters in the sand - I remember yo…

james blunt live in manila...yoooohooooo!!!

yooohoooooo!!!!! ...james blunt....one of my fave male singers is coming to town....yessss!!!!

i love his voice and i love his music......this guy sings with soul and passion....

i asked hubby if we can watch blunt 's concert and he said...YESSS!....already made reservations at http://www.ticketnet.com.ph/. ticket price is reasonable, i guess! unlike the tickets of maroon 5...though i want to watch them, it made me think twice...so i ended up listening to their cd! hahahaha!

can't wait to see him on may 19 at the araneta coliseum.....

check this video of him:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fox-ja7YDSw