But there’s a story behind everything. How a picture got on a wall. How a scar got on your face. Sometimes the stories are simple, and sometimes they are hard and heartbreaking. But behind all your stories is always your mother’s story, because hers is where yours begin. —Mitch Albom, For One More Day
It’s that time again where we all celebrate mother’s day and however we will spend the day with them today, let’s make it extra special. Let’s remind them again how they mean so much to us. It’s the least we can do for them.Read More »
It wasn’t a Friday but, Wendy and I were too hungry after work that we decided to have dinner at Chowking – one of my favorite fast food chains. Especially their pancit canton and chicharap. 😍
It was a dinner full of stories shared and I thought it was great to end the day with good vibes.
Going home, I have to ride a jeepney (one of the public transportations here) and then a bus. It was rush hour and buses are packed. I didn’t know someone opened my bag and got my phone already. I only learned when I alighted on my bus stop. I felt so bad. 😣 That phone was with me for almost 1½ years and was a graduation gift from my family. And then someone with a stone heart just stole it from me.
I didn’t went home immediately, I stopped by an internet café and logged on in my Gmail to erase my data from my old phone. I wish it was effective, though. I hope all my files, passwords and whatnot got deleted so he/she can’t access them. I also changed my passwords in all my accounts.
I went home and when I told my family what happened only did I cry. LOL. I just really felt bad.
Days later, I was able to move on from what happened. I don’t have a plan to buy a new one before that incident happened as I’m saving money for other things and it was still a good phone but since things happened already and I need another phone, I bought a new one. This time, I’m doing all the precautions I know so it won’t happen again.
I hope what happened to me, won’t happen to you. Be watchful of your belongings. 🙂
Few days ago, I saw a hairstyle tutorial and decided to recreate it on my niece’s hair this morning before she went to school. It’s easy to do and not time-consuming. But it was a little tricky to put an accent braid on top of her head because her hair was still wet. Nevertheless, she’s happy with the result. 🙂
One of my favorite moments this week is meeting my friend, Alona, again. It’s always fun with her. I love her and I really treasure our friendship.
The last time we met, it was before I went to Taiwan. So when we met again last Thursday, I was asked with a lot of questions about my trip with Andy and of course, I was happy reliving my happy days there to her.Read More »