Wedding anniversary is a reminder of that love that sprouted years ago that is continuously growing and is bearing fruits.
Dear husband who is currently staying at home taking care of the kids, I do not intend that we'd be in this situation but life leads us here. You know that as a mom it is my job to be at home and I've been praying for that to happen. I am jealous of you. … Continue reading To my husband who “just” stays at home
It's very hard when one always sees what you're doing and how you're doing things. It's even harder when your silence means being stubborn to them. It's getting complicated when words are being spoken harshly. These are just few things that break my heart. Feeling lost and don't know what to do or think. … Continue reading Leave and Cleave
James 3:2 lays out the human condition as clearly and as succinctly as anyone can: “We all stumble in many ways.” Whether you are married for a month or a decade now, there are things that you'll continue learning. Once we fall in love, we give in to its ups and downs, imperfections and all. … Continue reading Rebirthing “our Love”
Me and my husband has been together for five years and married for 7 months. I am working full-time for paid job in an office and is still working unpaid at home. I won't say that our marriage is beautifully-lived and we don't argue, because we do. A LOT. I don't need to narrate what … Continue reading Overreacting Causes Arguments
So this is it, the 7 days love-reborn challenge! I was not able to post this last week because I felt sickly. But now that I'm up and active again, let me share you how a simple change of thought can revive a rusting relationship. I told you that we've been upside down recently. Me … Continue reading Love Reborn (from my Blogger account)