How Winter Taught Me To Be Thankful

It took days for it to sink in that I’m already here in Canada and finally with my husband. My first day didn’t start very well. When I landed in Toronto airport, I started to  have fever. I was already wearing a jacket but it was not enough to keep me warm, I was shivering.

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When I Am Full Of Myself

  When I was 9 years old, I got molested by my own uncle. I felt so helpless. The years after that incident, I slowly learned how to fight and defend myself. When I went to college, I was ready to fight for my right against any professor who abuses his authority and I was […]

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Photobook Philippines Review

Hi guys! I just wanna share about the promo that I availed from metrodeal.com which was the 40-page 6-in x 6-in. Mini Square Softcover Photobook from Photobook Philippines for just 20 pesos. For those who don’t have credit cards, please see my post about BPI ePrepaid Mastercard. Here are some of the pages of the […]

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Old vs. New Philippine Passport

At last, after months of waiting, I finally got my new passport!

Getting a passport appointment from the DFA website was a long wait. I was waiting for a slot since September to renew my passport, but the schedule was full until December! I made it a habit to check the website for a slot, but there was no luck, every time, not until I saw a post from an FB group which I am member of. In that post, it says that there is a site where you can access the DFA real time calendar.

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Updating Your Civil Status In Government IDs And Changing Your Last Name

Before updating your civil status, decide first if you’re going to change your last name. This is something that you and your husband should discuss. Changing your last name is not mandatory in the Philippines, so have a talk with your husband why you prefer or not prefer to take his last name. Bear in […]

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What A Beautiful Name Cover

My sister shared me this song yesterday. This is one of my favorite songs now. This is my version in ukulele. I hope you will be blessed. 🙂

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When other women flirt with your man

How do you react when other women flirt with your man? For my new followers, I’m in a long distance relationship with my husband. I live here in the Philippines while my husband lives in Canada. We dated online for a year and we’ve been married for 6 months now. We’ve been in a long […]

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Oh Canada

My husband is Canadian and likes to teach me about Canada. I learned about smarties, donair, poutine, beaver’s tail, child benefits, health care, Tommy Douglas, Terry Fox, and even the Bluenose. He would educate me about Canada’s geography and even give me quizzes about the provinces. I always tell him he should be a History […]

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Pamamanhikan (Supplication)

nThe Philippines has a rich tradition with regards to courtship. In old days, men court their maidens through songs, poems, and letters. Women are not allowed to entertain men outside the house. They must court the women inside the house. Women cannot go to a date without a chaperone. I have a lot of first-hand […]

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Honeymoon Part I

I’ve been wanting to blog about our honeymoon but I couldn’t do it because I was always lazy to do it. We have tons of photos and videos that I sorted after my husband went back to Canada but I haven’t written anything about them. So tonight finally, I am writing about it. I told […]

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