With “The Tour of Hope”, a cycling tour event which aims to spread cervical cancer awareness, individuals from different walks of life are rallying to stop the spread of one of the leading women killers here in the country. And with sufficient awareness, surveillance, advocacy and prevention, twelve Filipinas today, tomorrow, and the days to come will be spared from the fatal grip of this female disease. Continue reading
No I’m not yet pregnant.. But I’m really thinking that maybe this is the year to have another baby. Continue reading
RENT is set in New York City’s gritty East Village, and this revolutionary rock musical is an imaginative retelling of the classic Puccini opera, La Boheme. This unforgettable and timeless story of a group of starving artists, who, despite poverty and illness, learn to fall in love and find their voices, brings a universal message of hope for everyone. Continue reading
Yes you read it right this is Grape Carbonara.I took this photo in Goodles located in Robinson’s Galleria. They put grape halves in with the carbonara. According to the owner Sharleen Tan the carbonara, which oftentimes comes out too creamy and rich, is complemented by the taste of the grapes which tempers the richness of the carbonara sauce.Totally loved it!!!
1. Organize our stuff.
2. Search for great buy online and learn to use Online Coupons.
3. Look for Disney Princess Items for Adee.
4. Buy clothes and shoes the year ahead.This tip might not fly with teenagers, but for little kids it is great. All of the main mall-type stores do end-of-season clearances you just need to watch for them. My daughter is a 2T this summer and you can reasonably guess that she’ll be a 3T next summer, stock up. The items that I know that I can’t use. I can give away as gifts for sudden birthday emergencies.
5.Donate more on community-based services like the Freecycle Network, where people in your area post items they want to give away. The caveat: This setup isn’t a one-way street — you are expected to post your goodies for swap, too.
Dear Family and Friends:
I understand that sometimes you find me to be strange and things are awkward between us.Especially when I meet you for the first time. Sometimes these meetings can be very hard for me. But here is an information that might help our first meeting to be more successful. As you probably know, a hidden disability called autism, or what some people refer to as a Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), challenges me. Autism/PDD is a neurodevelopment disorder, which makes it hard for me to understand the environment around me. I have barriers in my brain that you can’t see, but which make it difficult for me to adapt to my surroundings.
I found this article here and I want to post this here.
Raising a child with autism places some extraordinary demands on parents as individuals and on the family as a whole. Prime among these demands is the lack of enough hours in the day to do all one wishes. The time involved in meeting the needs of a family member with autism may leave parents with little time for their other children. Continue reading