Seasons of Love: Seeing God in the Ordinary
I played the role of an exotic dancer back in high school.
We were in our senior year and one of our major requirements for our Music class that year was to do a small musical production. The heads of the class gathered and they turned to me and said, “You’re going to be Mimi from Rent.”
Hope for the Helpless
I am guilty. Guilty of being inconsistent. Guilty of not being able to commit to a good habit. There are moments when I feel as if I’m just being drifted along the waves and motions of a busy corporate life that I just forget about everything else and I have no excuse. I know that. My husband knows that. God knows that.
God Put a New Song in My Mouth
I like keeping journals and/or updating my social media with photos or quotes that fancy my whim. What’s interesting is that when I get back to these little snippets of my life, I’m often blown away whenever I come across something I never thought I’d […]
To live is Christ; to die is gain
Those closest to me would know that I have great reverence for Nanay Norma, my maternal grandmother. We shared the same room and she would be the one to wake me up for school and prepare my breakfast and some hot water for bath. We had […]
Of Love, Miracles, and A Walk to Remember
A few hours after my previous post was made public, a friend who had read my blog sent me a text asking what led me to find Jesus despite all the feeling of inadequacy and crippling self-doubt that I am struggling with from time to […]