Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Pretty Princess in Purple

Meet our daughter Eu-La.  I don't know what's with her that attracts a lot of people to like her.  She may get too quiet and shy on the first meeting.  Once she get acquainted you get to discover her talkativeness you'll hear her funny questions then shows up her beautiful smile.  She's friendly and says hello to almost every person she sees; sometimes even those she don't know.  I am also wondering why a lot of people would call her by name and greets her,  but I don't know them - she really has a lot of friends.  Without her presence, our house is so quiet that her Dad says, "our little girl is the life of a party".  Eu-La loves to be called a princess

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Day at the Park

Since pakner4lyf was not around I get to be responsible taking care of our car.  Every morning I have to move out the car and find another space to park so doesn't block the customer's way.  It is Eu-La who will usually accompany me in the morning to reposition the car and find a nice parking space in the market which is just across and JC will be with me during night time to have the car parked in front of the bakeshop or the pawnshop.  

We used to go to the park last summer we join pakner4lyf as he do his exercise.  It is where kids can freely run and drive their bicycles farther unlike in our place.  This is what the kids are missing lately.  Whenever I will have to change the parking position of the car, the children would ask me if we are going to the park - of course my definite answers is no.  For reasons that their Dad is not around I can't manage them alone and if their Dad is around, probably we can't go since most of the time it is raining.

Here are some photos of our days at the park - PPA Batangas City (Philippine Ports Authorities) which is just few meters away from our place.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

I am Surviving - Children's Day Out

Pakpak Lawin
It's been ten days now that Pakner4lyf is not around with us.  He left for his mission trip and we have been missing him so much.  I do feel his absence being him as my partner in everything, now I got to do everything and I have a lot of work to accomplish everyday.  With the previous church activities, bakeshop management, homeschooling and household work I am still surviving.  This is not easy but I am doing it all with smile, and everything seems to be manageable - still.  I am thankful that my younger brother stays with me now, even though he's in school most of the time, I get to have some help from him.