Of all the people, kayo pa?
Hay naman talaga…
Hope you can drop by @ Kidsahoy this Saturday, February 28, 2009 and check out our stuff. Dada Marcelle and I are bringing all of our toys from Cavite to Quezon City hehe so everything must go as we don’t want to bring it all back again
Expect super, super, super, low prices 🙂 And I’ll be giving freebies, too!
plus may libreng picture taking with me hahaha
We’ll be there 10am to 5pm.
Hope to see you there!
I found this entry on my highschool diary. I was in my Sophomore year when I wrote this.
So timely kasi I just realized that some people will choose to ignore you, ignore you to death not knowing that they’d been offered a great friendship beyond anything. I don’t really mind it if we just become friends online, basta for me – you are a friend and I value you like I value my gradeschool, highschool, college, close or best friend.
February 27, 1994
I am a sucker for friendship
That fact I don’t deny
Like jewels, you are valued
In my life you bring the sunshine
It’s just sad that some don’t see
The person that I really am
The jewel, the real me
Nobody dared to see
I think it’s time to say goodbye
and travel this path alone
Just meet new friends along the way
it’s better if you’re gone…
She does this if she’s with people she seldom see. From a bubbly tot she suddenly becomes shy and clingy – the “stay with me here mommy” type.
I received this through email from Armi this morning and it’s really worth sharing.
I was upset again yesterday with a client who closed a big deal with me, asked for samples only to find out in the end that she was not getting any. I don’t usually get mad at clients who do this, they’re not even worth blogging but this situation’s different (Mommy AC and Mommy Mhellai, you both know about this, the P2.50 thing.) It has caused me too much stress last week. I was upset, hurt and disappointed but glad at the same time as I was not dealing with her anymore. I did not bother to reply to her texts as it would only worsen the situation.
I think I did the right thing. She’s not worth any of my precious time.
Not every battle is worth fighting. Many of the challenges that come our way are simply distractions trying to lure us from our destiny. When we have opportunities to get upset, maybe somebody is talking about us, or a competitor at work is spreading rumors, or our spouse says something that they shouldn’t have, we ought to stop and ask ourselves, “If I engage in this battle and spend my time and energy trying to straighten somebody out, defending myself, arguing with a family member, trying to prove that I’m right, even if I win this battle what is the prize going to be? What is this fight going to accomplish?”
You see, there are a lot of battles that come across our lives each day, but they simply aren’t worth the fight. The end result is strife and disharmony.
Proverbs 20:3 says, “Avoiding a fight is mark of honor.” If you want to honor God and enjoy your life, decide to be a peacemaker. Be the kind of person that will avoid an unnecessary fight.
If you’ll be disciplined to fight the battles that do matter, and take the focus off of those that are less important, not only will your relationships be better and your home full of peace, but God will bless you because where there is peace and unity, God commands a blessing.