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My Mommy Make-Up List

I have been meaning to share with you the beauty products that I use for the longest time but I never had the chance to write about it until now. Thank heavens its the a holiday today and I was able to squeeze in writing a post in between my rests. I don't find much time to post stuff on my blog cause I'm always tired from work and I usually spend my free time sleeping in and resting. I never thought that pregnancy can really consume a number of your energy. As they say, nakakatamad kumilos on your third... read more »

Beauty Review: Human Nature Mineral ColorCreme ...

It's been nearly a couple of months since I've been on bedrest, thus the inactivity here on my blog. I don't have much to post here on my blog since I don't go out and dress up so I decided to just share some beauty reviews in exchange. Anyway, ever since I got pregnant, I've been very picky when it comes to cosmetics to use in my face and body. I wanted to use something that has no harmful chemicals that may affect the growth of my baby, hence my discovery of different products that are safe for pregn... read more »

Useful Lessons I learned In Church

For the most part, I dont really give much thought to the time I spent in church as a child.  I cant honestly say that I have more than a handful of good memories from my church-going days, and Im certain that the many bad memories outweigh the few good ones.  (Although, I fully admit that much of this may be due to the fact that I was an all-around miserable child most of the time back then.) While the overall church experience didnt leave me with any warm fuzzy feelings, I can say that I did learn som... read more »

Just Because.....

Earlier this evening I read a wonderfully unapologetic rant, and I wanted to share it here. I can say that it mirrors many of my own feelings these days, which is why I wanted to share it. It was written by someone as fed up as I am with being negatively stereotyped. [Some of the language contained within is not the sort of stuff I usually post on this blog. I have semi-censored some of the text, but you'll still be able to tell what the original words were.] =========================================... read more »

Women Who Want Equality But Won't Live It

To my fellow American women: If you're going to keep demanding equality, it's time you start living it! Let's face facts: It's simply not fair for us, as modern American women, to demand chivalry and equality. The two are almost entirely contradictory. You cannot expect a man to think of you as strong when you cry out for help every time you are faced with a task that requires a tiny bit of grit. You cannot expect a man to think of you as independent if you get visibly offended when he doesn't open the... read more »

The Wisdom of the Heart

Throughout my teen years and on into my early adulthood, I was on an on-again/off-again search for something that would show itself to be spiritual truth. Every step I took in researching various religions of the world too me farther and farther from the narcissistic, dictatorial, puppet master God of the Bible and closer to the ancient spiritualities of Europe and Asia. While my studies of Buddhism were merely a stop-off on my journey, I find that many of the teachings of Buddhist leaders still hold, ... read more »

Accepting Un-Pretty

I spent most of my childhood being teased mercilessly by my peers, both at school and at church. I have always been the fat, freckle-faced, redheaded, unpopular kid. I didn't play sports. I didn't have any particularly enviable talents I didn't come from a "rich" family. I rarely ever had more than one or two "friends" at any given time. It didn't take me long to understand that I have never fit into the mold of what common society considers to be physically beautiful. I probably understood this fact by ... read more »

Remembering Bob

At some point, some person will become a part of your life for a short time, but will leave a very lasting impression on your heart.  This is an experience that most everyone will have, and it can be a unique experience, to be so affected by someone youve barely gotten to know. This is the story of the brief time that Bob* was a part of my life. From October 2006 to October 2007, I worked in the administration and monitoring positions at a residential facility here in Pensacola where newly-released inm... read more »

A Bit of Truth

Hello, neglected readers. I realize it has been far too long since I have been here faithfully, and I am preparing for a proper return to regular writing. However, just for today, I have found this little picture item while browsing a series of websites, and I wanted to share it with you all. I "found" (translation: stole) this image on another blog called Analyfe, and I do not know if it was original to that blog or if that blog's author also "found" the image as I did. It's the type of thing you come... read more »

That's the Thing About Having Friends...

I've never been the kind of person who had—or wanted—bunches and bunches of friends. I've always preferred to keep one or two close friends and simply maintain others at the level of friendly acquaintances. I know this might not be typical for a woman, but there's a reason behind it. You see, there's this thing about having friends: you have to open yourself up emotionally. It doesn't sound like anything big or scary, but opening up emotionally leaves you open to being hurt or disappointed or mislead... read more »

Weeds

I'm not a person who expects to be surrounded by perfection all the time. I mean, perfection is nice, but it's just not realistic to expect it all the time. The yard at our house is a perfect example of this: the weeds that pop up in the yard don't bother me a bit. But the last few days, as I would come and go from the house, I noticed that a rather large green weed was pushing it's way up through a crack in the sidewalk right beside my rose vine. It bothered me, but I never noticed it at a time when I a... read more »

A Beautiful Dream

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For the past couple of weeks, Ive been having the same recurring dream every night.  It has even popped up the couple of times Ive gotten the chance at a daytime nap.  Ive never really been... read more »

A Servant's Heart....?

Ive been hearing—more accurately, reading—more and more people lately labeling themselves as having a servants heart, and it got me thinking about what that really means.  In the days before internet, such a curiosity could have meant days of research in a library.  Now, however, Google and I can team up to find answers to many of my queries in only minutes....or at least to find some validations for thoughts I might already be having. Two nights ago, I stumbled across a post that echoed many of the thi... read more »

Simplify

Sometimes, we all have those days where everything is ridiculously complicated. Wednesday, my life was one of those days. So, rather than compose a long, ironically-complicated post on simplicity, I'll leave you with this simple thought: As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler; solitude will not be solitude, poverty will not be poverty, nor weakness weakness. ~Henry David Thoreau read more »

Fad Activism

A few days ago, a friend posted an observation online about the sudden disappearance of all the Kony videos and other posts.  They have vanished from common conversation as quickly as they appeared.  The Kony hysteria was a wave that passed over us all, then dissipated without effect. So, that must mean that this Kony guy has been stopped from continuing to commit further atrocities, right?  Well, no.  It just means that the media hype and activism fad have ended. In our world these days, billions of p... read more »

Human Nature

If you think about human nature, our favorite pair of shoes is the one we bought yesterday. Our favorite thing is the newest thing that we have, and if you think about the thing that we’ve seen the most and for the longest period of time is our reflection in the mirror. So obviously that [...] read more »




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