Sunday, February 24, 2008

Five Years a go this is what I look like

Bring back in memories five years a go I was just 100 lbs and now twenty pounds added to my weight. I'm trying my best to lost some weight by doing natural diet, meaning no rice at all and It's really works. Now I am 110 lbs and just one week I lost 10 lbs.

More picture of Betty

Another year's old

My youngest daughter Betty turned two last February 5 and here she is wondering around with one of the gift of her Grandparents Mommy Betty & Daddy Ted Matson. They also give her a Cheer Leader outfit which really look good on her. Thank you Mom & Dad for all the gifts. We love you very much Betty.
I had also celebrate my 38th Birthday last February 16, and I would like to thank all my friends who came just to be with me that day. Special thanks goes to Madam Cinta Kaipat, Brother Gus Kaipat and Family. It' really a blessing having you all in life and I've always thank God for all the moment that I have spent time with you all. I also thank my family for always being supportive.
It's really hard for me to hide my emotional feelings now a days. I've received a text messages from my brother back in Manila a few days ago, saying that "I should be strong because of our mother situation is never get better and she might leave us anytime soon", the moment that I've received and read the text, I just don't know what to say, I could not talk and all I did was Prayed to the Lord asking if he could give more time for my mother to live, I never stop Praying for my mother and never ask anything at all for my self on my birthday but instead ask for my mother's life back to normal. I had to say that I am very bless with the Lord because now my mother is waiting for me to go back home, Thank God she is a live!

Friday, February 22, 2008

Art Appreciation

Sometimes when I look at my life It seems like a homespun Patch-work quilt...
Quaint, but not quite "together"! There are bits and pieces of Cloths and colors, Scraps of material, The days of my life...

When you began to put together the days of my life you must have known where each piece would go... You've told me that I am fearfully and wonderfully made....
and I believe you, Lord, I do!
I may not be a velvet tapestry, but even crazy-quilts have purpose, To give warmth and color to a room!

Whatever I am, Lord,
You made me...
and exactly right!

No Secrets

I'm trying to enter into a relationship with God, and as is true with any relationship, I must bring a vulnerable openness to it. I cannot partition off from him certain frustrations or disappointments, my happy plans for the evening or my schedule for the workweek ahead. My ideas and thoughts, hopes, ambitions, feelings and dreams. To begin a relationship and allow it to deepen, each of these aspects of my life must not be hiden, but be ready to be presented to God.
This open sense of sharing is another way of saying that I truly trust God. I'm not afraid to rely upon him. I do so willingly, with no hidden secrets. With such trust, I till the soil of my soul for devotion.
I give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his Love endures forever.