I totally forgot how it felt like.
my family was once big and got smaller. All I need is my mom, my dad, my sister, and my grandma. :)
I am so happy at the fact that I started out not planning to have any adings (little bros/sisters) and now finding out that I got both the people I wanted. Hehehe. I am real happy with both these two people’s personalities—- Tina, my girl-ading-to-be, who surprisingly looks as young or younger than me, is so incandescently positive, sweet, and bubbly! As of Aaron, my boy-ading-to-be, is such a gentleman. :) He is a smart, nice boy. I really hope to develop a wonderful relationship with these two little ones,
Who would’ve thought this ading would get adings?!
I can’t wait till I get the body of Vanessa Hudgens.
I can’t wait till I be as motivated as—-
I can’t wait to be as confident as—-
I believe in God because he answers my prayers. I am not over exaggerating by saying that he answers all of them. There have been many times when he probably said, “I’ll say yes to that and grant your prayer”. But there are also times when he says no to the things I ask and there are times when he says ‘no for now, but maybe later’. Regardless, he answers all of them.
I think for most of my life I’ve practice and believed but I never took it to heart. Recently though, my faith has strengthen. And ever since then I’ve been happier and more content. Definitely no Jesus freak because I have sinned over&over&over. But I’m working on opening my heart, being less judgmental, and letting His will be done. :)
Christine was driving through an intersection when she accidentally turned too sharmply and sidewiped another car. Worse yet, she was driving her brand-new car, a wedding gift from her husband Eric. Christine pulled over to the side of the road and the driver of the other car, an older gentleman, got out of hiscar and began to examine his severely damaged front bumper. Then he stepped over to where Christine was sitting in her car, crying.
“Are you okay, young lady?” He asked kindly.
“I’m fine,” Christine sobbed, “but I just got married and my husband gave me this car as a weding gift, he is going to be so upset. I don’t know what I’m going to do.”
“Oh, I’m sure it will be okay.” The older gentleman tried to console her. “Your husband will understand.” They talked for a few minutes before he said, “If O could get your insurance information, we’ll exchange that, and be on our way.”
“I don’t even know if I have an insurance card, Christine said through her tears.
“Well, it is usually in the glove compartment,” the man suggested. “Why don’t you check there?”
Christine opened the glove compartment and found the owner’s registration and insurance information. Attached to the envelope containing the insurance card was a note that read, “Honey, just in case you ever have an accident, please remember I love you and not the car.”
That’s the kind of person I want to be— a person who shows mercy, even in advance of a mistake or a wrong action. Rather than flaunting somebody’s failure, learn to cover some of those weakness in the people who are close to you.
One chance, two chances, three chances, four chances, five chances, and I must be stupid beyond reason if I give a sixth chance.
I refuse to feel the same pain I felt last year and I must detach myself from the future that I fantasize, because as of right now I know I wouldn’t want to be in a friendship or relationship or companionship who will continue to hurt me with the same reason.
There will be no sixth chance.
I pray morning and night.
I pray for what I am thankful for and I can’t lie— I pray for God to grant me the things I want.
Sometimes he does, sometimes he doesn’t. But that’s all part of his plan right?
Work isn’t going that great for me. One of my managers isn’t exactly the nicest, and considering the fact that I’m really slow I find myself getting hot in embarrassment because I can’t catch on. I tell myself, only five more weeks and I’ll be done and I can focus on my studies.
I have been living in the shadows of fear. I find myself being scared to do something even though I know that by being that someone, I’ll be a better person. I need to overcome that fear.
Just a jumble of thoughts.