Thursday, September 9, 2010

A New Calling : Whom The Lord Calls He Qualifies

A new beginning for us as a family. My husband was called as a bishop in our ward. I'm her "first lady" as they call me. It's a great opportunity and a challenge for us as a family to serve in the church and to labor together with the members in our ward. I feel good and I know the Lord expects so much from us. I know the Lord loves us so much. He gave His only Begotten Son to atoned for our sins. I know that The Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is the only true church on earth today. We are guided by Prophets and leaders of the church. I know that the four standard books are true. It is written in the hands of God. Our Bishop is called of God and the leaders of the church as well.

Our Loving Bishop and His Two Councilors


High Priest

Elders Quorum

Young Men

Young Women

Primary Organization

Relief Society Organization

Friday, June 11, 2010

Family Bonding

Take time to have a recreational activities as a family. Family can develop love and care for each other. Even in a busy week, take time to live, laugh and love.


Live life to the fullest


Laughter is the best medicine. It can transform almost unbearable tears into something bearable, even hopeful.



Love makes the world go round.

We dont see things as they are, we see them as we are.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

I'm Back After A Long Busy Work

I missed this time.... Blogging is one of my favorite time to unwind but because of my busy schedule I can't get the time. Time flies so fast.People change, priorities also change but one thing never change my commitment to what I love and what I do.... It's so nice to back!

Thursday, September 17, 2009

The Secret To A Lasting Marriage

A friend of mine, Jonna send me this wonderful story. I hope this will help you to deal with your married life.

When I was a little girl, my mom liked to make breakfast food for dinner
every now and then. And I remember one night in particular when she had
made breakfast after a long, hard day at work.

On that evening so long ago, my mom placed a plate of eggs, sausage,
and extremely burned toast in front of my dad. I remember waiting to see
if anyone noticed! Yet all my dad did was reach for his toast, smile at my
mom, and ask me how my day was at school. I don't remember what I told him
that night, but I do remember Watching him smear butter and jelly on that
toast and eat every bite!

When I got Up from the table that evening, I remember hearing my mom
apologize to my dad For burning the toast. And I'll never forget what he
said: 'Baby, I love burned toast.'

Later that night, I went to kiss Daddy good night and I asked him if He
really liked his toast burned. He wrapped me in his arms and said,
Debbie, your momma put in a hard day at work today and she's real tired.
And besides-a little burnt toast never hurt anyone!'

In bed that night, I thought about that scene at dinner...and the kindness
my daddy showed my mom. To this day, it's a cherished memory from my
childhood that I'll never forget. And it's one that came to mind just
recently when Jack and I sat down to eat dinner.

I had arrived home usual...and decided we would have breakfast
food for dinner. Some things never change, I suppose!

To my amazement, I found the ingredients I needed, and quickly began

To cook eggs, turkey sausage, and buttered toast. Thinking I had things
Under control, I glanced through the mail for the day. It was only a fewMinutes later that I remembered that I had forgotten to take the toast out
of The oven!

Now, had it been any other day -- and had we had more than two pieces Of
bread in the entire house -- I would have started all over. But it had
been one of those days and I had just used up the last two pieces of
So burnt toast it was!

As I set the plate down in front of Jack, I waited for a comment about
the toast. But all I got was a 'Thank you!' I watched as he ate bite by
bite, all the time waiting for some comment about the toast. But instead,
all Jack said was, 'Babe, this is great. Thanks for cooking tonight. I
know you had a hard day.'

As I took a bite of my charred toast that night, I thought about my Mom
and burnt toast hadn't been a deal-breaker for them. And I
quietly thanked God for giving me a marriage where burnt toast wasn't a
deal-breaker either!

You know, life is full of imperfect things...and imperfect people. I'm not
the best housekeeper or cook. And you might be surprised to find out that
Jack isn't the perfect husband! He likes to play his music too loud. He
will always find a way to avoid yard work, and he watches far too many
sports. Believe it or not, watching ' GolfAcademy' is not my idea of a
great night at home!

But somehow in the past 37 years Jack and I have learned to accept the
imperfections in each other. Over time, we have stopped trying to make
each other in our own mold and have learned to celebrate our differences.

You might say that we've learned to love each other for who we really are!

For example, I like to take my time, I'm a perfectionist, and I'm
even-tempered. I tend to work too much and sleep too little. Jack, on the
other hand, is disciplined, studious, an early riser, and is a marketer's
dream consumer. I count pennies and Jack could care less! Where he is
strong, I am weak, and vice versa.

And while you might say that Jack and I are opposites, we're also very
much alike.. I can look at him and tell you what he's thinking. I can
predict these actions before he finalizes his plans. On the other hand, he
knows whether I'm troubled or not the moment I enter a room.

We share the same goals. We love the same things. And we are still best
friends. We've traveled through many valleys and enjoyed m many mountain
tops. And yet, at the same time, Jack and I must work every minute of
every day to make this thing called 'marriage' work!

What I've learned over the years is that learning to accept each other's
faults - and choosing to celebrate each other's differences - is the one
of the most important keys to creating a healthy, growing, and lasting
marriage relationship.

And that's my prayer for you today. That you will learn to take the good,
the bad, and the ugly parts of your married life and lay them at the
feet of GOD. Because in the end, He's the only One who will be able to
give you a marriage where burnt toast isn't a deal-breaker!

We could extend this to any relationship in fact - as understanding is the base of any relationship, be it a husband-wife or parent - child or friendship!!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Finally, I have found time to post this award given by my dearest friend Ate Ces of Down Home With Kenyons in Small and Simple Things. Thank you so much. You're such a wonderful friend to me and to my family. Have a Great Labor Day, Everyone!

Award above implies :
Green: symbolizes the new buddies
Yellow: represents the guys who are always active
Blue: symbolizes the bloggers with PR
Platform Red: symbolizes that we are all equal and that we are brothers and sisters
Prerequisite retrieval AWARD:
1. Create a post as above.
2. Include the link Giver Award.
3. For colleagues who have not followed this site or not exchange links, please follow or exchange links with me.
4. Copy-paste the image above or DOWNLOAD

I am passing this to all my blog friendz and blog lists.

Those who wish to grab this award, feel free to do so. Thank You!

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Happy Father's Day!

Happy Father's Day To All Father's Out There

As you have loved me, so have I loved you,
Pleased to tell you, now that words are due,
Pleased to have this chance to make you glad.
Your years of love and sacrifice have had
For me the force that you would wish them to,
A wind that takes me home to harbors new,
The inner voice in clothes familiar clad.
How might I be myself, except I see
Each gesture in the mirror of your grace,
Remembered as it was when long ago,
Were I knew why, I looked to you for love?
So am I of you inextricably,
Defined by trends not difficult to trace
As I grow into someone that I know,
Yet myself in ways that time will prove.

To My Dad On His Day

To my dad on his day,
Of whom I am a living will:
May your happiness fulfill
Your goodness, as is just and right.
Deeds are seeds upon the night
As wind and wonder have their way,
Delivering the destined light. I love you Dad!

To My Man On Father's Day

To my man on Father's Day,
On whom my life depends,
My children's cheerful champion:
You are where yearning ends.
My paramour and harlequin,
All I want, and all I can
Not want and be OK. I love you Honey!

One World Meme

Thanks, Ate Ces, for tagging me with this one. I want to share this to my blogger friends as a sign of my gratitude and friendship.

USING ONLY ONE WORD! It’s not as easy as you might think! Copy and change the answers to suit you and pass it on. It’s really hard to use only one-word answers. Be sure to tag the person who sent it to you!

1. Where is your cell phone? Desk
2. Your hair? Brown
3. Your mother? Patient
4. Your father? Unique
5. Your favorite food? Kaldereta
6. Your dream last night? Nightmare
7. Your favorite drink? Juice
8. Your dream/goal? Stewardess
9. What room you are in? Bedroom
10. Your hobby? Reading
11. Your fear? Height
12. Where do you want to be in 6 years? Utah
13. Where were you last night? Home
14. Something that you aren’t? Backfighter
15. Muffins? Delicious
16. Wish list item? Microwave
17. Where you grew up? Manila
18. Last thing you did? Sleep
19. What are you wearing? Eyeglasses
20. Your TV? Flat
21. Your pets? Cat
22. Friends? Lots
23. Your life? Happy
24. Your mood? Pretty
25. Missing someone? Parents
26. Car? Vios
27. Something you’re not wearing? Stocking
28. Your favorite store? SM
29. Your favorite color? Red
30. When is the last time you laughed? Yesterday
31. Last time you cried? July
32. Who will resend this? Myself
33. One place that I go to over and over? Church
34. One person who emails me regularly? Friends
35. My favorite place to eat? KFC

Now, I'm tagging my friends: who haven't been tag yet....and all those who want to participate.