My due date is coming soon. Only 5 days more to go! I’m so full of mixed feelings but I’m eager to hold my baby in my arms. Hubby felt nervous too, but we are longing for the day that he is finally born in this world.
I felt hard contractions lately, it’s like your uterus is becoming woody hard. I hope and I will do my best on the very most peak of it, anytime this week.
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Here is an icon of my Holy patroness, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. She is very well known for the Marian title as “Refuge of all sinners”, especially for the poor souls in Purgatory as well as living souls too. In purgatory, it is very possible that some of our own nearest and closest ones are still suffering the excruciating pains and calling on us piteously for help… read more
“The most important person on earth is a mother. She cannot claim the honor of having Notre Dame Cathedral. She need not. She has built something more magnifecent than any cathedral—dwelling for an immortal soul, the tiny perfection of her baby’s body. The angels have not been blessed with such grace. They cannot share in God’s creative miracle to bring new saints to Heaven. Only a human mother can. Mothers are closer to God the Creator than any other creature:… read more
It’s Saturday! Oh I love the feeling of Saturday! Who would not be happy if it’s already the weekend? Probably others had their works but for me, it’s a special day…I will talk to my family in the morning through internet, and then I will plant some Lady’s mantle, raspberries and a few plant that i don’t know but they were given to us when we had a gardening class last Saturday. Another thing is that my mother-in-law and her… read more
I am still up late tonight. I am just bedazzled by my moody thoughts. They are coming like rain in my head. I can’t stop lingering and running it in my head. For a while, I came to open my blog. Just wanted to express my thoughts, though. I just miss my whole family in Philippines. My parents, younger brother and sister. Our pet dogs, cat, chicken and pigs. I just can’t stop thinking for a while about them. I… read more
I was really excited when I took this class with my husband last May 2, 2009. It was held at Mayville, New York State at one of the well known horticulturist there, Ms. Adrienne J. Ploss. It was wonderful to see her acre landscape which she had her native plants there for many years that she and her family inherited. When it comes to perennials subject, flowers all about flowers comes to a woman’s mind. But actually it will also… read more