Don't worry, this is the last part of the kidnap story! At the end of this blog, I won't make you wait `til tomorrow for what's gonna happen next! 🙂 If this is the first time you're reading my blog, or at least the kidnap story, I strongly suggest you start from the...start! You can… Continue reading I was kidnapped!!! Part 4!!!
Day 5 = Card #5!!! For those who have no clue whatsoever what this equation is about, well, I've been showing the world a birthday card or letter each day. Instead of it just sitting in my plastic box, I decided to take `em out and share the LOVE 🙂 If you want a more detailed… Continue reading card#5: The Top 10 list of Tried-and-True Ways to Happy Up Your Birthday…plus, Your Love Language 🙂
You're reading my blog at a perfect time! I'm doing a seven-day special! I'm counting down to 20.08.2009 -- the day I turn 28! To celebrate, I've gone thru the birthday cards and letters I've received thruout the years and I chose 7 cards I want to share with everyone. You'll get to see one… Continue reading Mom’s super Filipino card, my debut pictures & tips for planning your own debut dinner dance party!!!
It's a TOTALLY different ballgame now, when it comes to my four and a half year old son Kristo... This is what it's been like with my little man... Yeah, he still likes it when we read his favorite books at night - BUT he'd rather give me characters and ask me to make-up stories… Continue reading Help needed on the games boys play!!!
We've got another baby boy!!!!! My cousin-in-law gave birth two weeks ago!!! woohooo! Finally, we've got another baby in the house and it's just such a joy to hold a baby in my arms again. Every morning before I go to work, I get to talk to him and hug him! I sooooo love babies!!!… Continue reading On babies and conversations with Kristo…
If you read my previous blog, you'd know that one of my childhood dreams is to teach. What I didn't mention are the specifics. I want it to be in a classroom. Chalk and board or whiteboard and marker and all. I want to able to make tests, check exam papers and grade my students.… Continue reading On teaching and learning (part 2)
I've always wanted to be a teacher. When I was in either 5th or 6th grade, I'd gather my nephews and nieces into a room, they were between 3-6 years old, and I'd pretend to be their teacher. I'd have this long wooden stick (something similar to what my gradeschool teachers had) and I'd also prepare… Continue reading On teaching and learning….