Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Private Places

               I super love this book (Private Places) and the best part is I bought it on sale for only P83.00 from a P415.00 value. Hihihi, amazing right?. This book talks about how you can have a private space in your very own  house, only a minimal space is required. The book teaches you how to arrange furniture, how to place them according to your style and comfort.

               The pictures are great too, by just looking at them it gives me tons of ideas how to make a little space for my own crafts, and that I can call it my little private place.

               I believe Judith Wilson the author, knows me somehow, and understands my needs. I, being a person with so many things and with little space she somehow came up with great ideas how to keep them stored in  a way that they still look great.  Like for instance in her book the spaces for the bookshelves are thin but not to the extent that it can no longer hold thick and large books. She is a bit minimalist I guess, in a very good way.

               The designs of the bedrooms in this book are also beautiful. The book caters different personalities too, like for instance if you are into Victorian design, country or even eclectic there are explanations and photos in the book which explains how it is done.

              Anyway, I guess I have to stop here for now, I've gotta read some more hihihhihi(",)...take care....

Monday, July 23, 2012

Peine de coeur

            They say that words are more real, coming from a heart that is broken. There will always be a time in our lives when sad thoughts seemed to stay longer engulfing our very self. Motionless, breathless, hopeless, everything seemed so bleak and sad. Don't we hate this feeling? I know I do.We just cannot help it, it is not sunny all the time. But of course the optimist will always have a say on this. Like, " How can we appreciate the glory of life if we are always happy? How can we value happiness, if it is consistent? It would seem so dull and lifeless."

   Yeah right?!, I do not know what to believe anymore, the moment I feel happy, I am scared because I am well aware that there is this other side of the coin. And I will be facing it soon. I know I am right because it is happening again. We are like bunch of clowns doing our own little tricks to make people laugh, but underneath that thick make up is a sad face that nobody will ever know. Unless you tell them of course.

    How tiring!, I cannot just explain everything to everybody all the time. And besides I do  not owe anybody any explanation. Maybe, I will learn to like this feeling, the feeling of sadness. How selfish of me, you say, amidst the calamity(fire) and crime(multiple killings in the theater) I still feel this way. I do not have any explanation to what I am feeling right now. I just feel like writing about it. Random thoughts, words running in my head. I want to get them all out. I feel like my head is going to burst.

     Human as I am, I still pray for those who are in pain because of the incidents, yet still as a human being I also need to deal with my own problem. It is almost evening, the sun is almost down. The more depress I get viewing this sight from where I am sitting. Sadness is my blanket, and pain is my bed. What a lovely feeling. Usually when I am feeling down, I sing a song to perk me up, but right now there are no notes to sing, no hymns and no lyrics.

      Let us leave it this way for a moment, let my pain linger. My mind is now empty, it is blank. I guess, it is enough for the day.

Monday, July 16, 2012

Our Pre-nup(",)

Hi there, I would like to share with you guys our pre-nup photos(",). This was done at Playa Azalea, Garden City of Samal. A 15 minute barge ride from Davao City. It was super fun because, me and my hubby was accompanied by people who are close to us, my side of the family and our friends. 

Here goes nothing, hope you'll like it!(",)....


Thursday, July 5, 2012

Finally Tied The Knot

      As my title for this blog would suggest I am finally married. This happened last June 28, 2012, Thursday at around 3:30pm. It was a very simple, light and warm wedding. We were accompanied by our families, relatives and closest friends.

    We have been together for so long now, roughly 7years, we have a handsome little boy. After all these years I never imagined getting married. I was just comfortable for us 3 to be together, never really thinking of making it formal. And yet the day just came, when we both said, "let's get married". I do not know exactly what the reason is. It could be because we wanted our son to be legitimated, we wanted everything to be in its right place or we just cannot came up of anything else to do other than getting married, hahaha. Yet still I am glad we did, got married.

   If you ask me, nothing much have changed except for the fact that we are wearing rings, saying mom and dad to the other partner's birth parents, and our relationship is on paper. That's practically it. We still do the same thing everyday, keep on loving, surviving and believing in this relationship.

        Being in a relationship is never an easy thing. Both of the parties should work together, putting pride aside. If you live with pride then it is as if you are not living at all. You can never have a perfect soul mate, for  a perfect partner does not exist. But love, understanding, trust, PATIENCE, these are your "baon" to your trip to love and marriage. Always nurture these "baon" of yours, not too little, never too much, just enough to make your relationship healthy.

        Just to make it clear, we had a wonderful boy first before getting married, having a child or getting pregnant is not an excuse to tie the knot. You have to know your partner thoroughly in order to understand him or her and to really know if you are ready to accept him or her forever.


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