Wednesday, April 28, 2010
"Yes, I have filed for divorce," the 45-year-old Oscar-winning actress said in an interview. "I'm sad and I am scared."
Bullock and James, 41, began the adoption process four years ago, the report said, and brought 3 1/2-month-old Louis Bardo Bullock home in January but decided to keep the news to themselves until after the Oscars. The baby was born in New Orleans, the story said.
James and Bullock separated in March after five years of marriage, following reports that James had been unfaithful.
Sunday, February 14, 2010
i now find the serenity to accept the things i cannot change, gather my courage to change just the things that i can as human and continue to pray for God's wisdom so I can see the difference..as what a famous prayer goes.
i am now happy as i trudge onward to the road less traveled. and whether i'll find the one in the near future or not at all- - the good thing about it is knowing i always have God with me to guide me to a life that is temporal and to a life that is everlasting.
happy valentine's day!:)
Saturday, January 23, 2010
but at times i am laxed...
there are times when i wanna feel like just laughing at things,
though there are times when it feels pathetic thinking 'bout them.
there are times when i feel like quitting,
though there are still moments when i wanna go on and keep believing..
i guess life's just like that...
there are times when i write crappy things like this..
though hoping it'll simply ease what i'm feelin'.
Sunday, January 10, 2010
Sometimes, when I feel like it's been months and I haven't got mails from people I expected to receive, I couldn't help but sigh. By the way, I thought it might also be better to avail new mail boxes and at the same time have it customized. I want something new this time. I thought of one that is rust free, even more durable or some sort of an aluminum type that's at least lasting. I tried to search online and found mailboxes that fit my want, they are Whitehall Mailboxes . I also thought of having my old version of whitehall mailbox customized. While I enjoy the search online, I wish also to consider some Custom Mailboxes from the same products. Just another way of updating our old mailboxes if ever they need already a replacement. But then this time, they are even more durable, more customized, more lasting, and with quality. However, if I want my mailboxes to be Personalized Mailboxes then for sure I now know where to avail them online.
Availing products online excites me this time. I don't need to go and sweat along downtown area to look for a new one. Just one click away from my pc and I'll get to avail my new mail boxes. I can't wait!
Friday, December 25, 2009
Monday, December 21, 2009
Ten years had passed when I first heard a good friend affirming on the old cliche about "teaching as the noblest of all professions". I honestly did not grasp the thought that goes with it at that time. I have always believed that no profession is far greater than the other. All works require the hearts of us all. All being noble. As I hold true to what I believe, I thought I have fully understood what it means to be giving your heart in what you do. As I venture now into this new discovery about teaching as a profession, I then slowly realize that what my friend said ten years ago may have been explaining it all at present. It took me years to realize that there is more to being in the teaching career. IN teaching, one does not deal with paper works or gadgets...one deals with humans. All come from different cultures, values and attitudes. And this is happening everyday as part of a teacher's lifestyle. The greatest challenge lies on the truth that a teacher does not only hone the minds of these individuals. Teachers don't simply teach and facilitate learning--- they affect lives.
BUT the big question here, is that "how far can a teacher go?" Not all in the profession are actually happy with what they do. Some stay in the teaching career because they're already there and they're simply afraid to lose their job or income. This truth however, does not happen only to those in the teaching profession but even to all forms of professions. Sometimes, when things don't seem to fall in places at the height of our responsibility as a worker, a daughter or a son, a brother or a sister, a wife or a husband, a mother or a father and even as a friend or companion, we also come to ask ourselves "how far can I still go?".
It's been years already, since I last read Rick Warren's Purpose Driven Life. Last night, as I scanned pages of it, I am once again reminded the essentials of things---and that all being performed for God through others and not for self-satisfaction.