Lunes, Enero 12, 2009
My name is Givenchi
Life to me means living for the glory of God and consistently loving my family and friends. I am pretty much on the happy side of life, I try to have a positive outlook and focus on the things that matter most. Yes, I do have some sad days or depressed days. But I know I have the Lord, my family and friends to stay with me and make me feel everything’s going to be alright. I know I’ll always have someone to talk to. I am not perfect. I have done a lot of mistakes in the past but I know I am forgiven because the Bible says that if we confess our sins to God, He is faithful and just to forgive us of our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness. I know my life had been redeemed from the power of sin and God’s love and forgiveness rule within me.
Five to ten years from now, I think I will probably be living in the states near my family of origin. I will be comfortable with my living situation, meaning that I will be financially stable and I will be living in my own house. I plan to have one more child. I also would want to put up a restaurant with my husband, we will make it grow and make it our primary source of income. I want to continue serving God by living a life that would make a difference. It is my heart’s desire that people see His love through me.
Sabado, Enero 10, 2009
June 2-3, 2006. We went to All Hands Beach in Subic, Zambales. We stayed there overnight together with our friends from church. It was a fun trip and Gerard enjoyed a lot because as far as I can remember, that was his first time to swim in the beach. Digi and Gerard enjoyed playing with each other under the sun. They ran around, collected some seashells and ate grilled pork for lunch. I enjoyed the picture taking sessions we had! You can view all our pictures in my multiply account.
February 2008. I forgot the exact date but this was taken in Iba, Zambales. Digi and Gerard went there to attend the Transformer Youth Camp and they went out of the camp site with the staff and camp organizers to swim in the beach. I super like this shot. I wasn't able to go with them because of school but I also got the chance to go there first week of April.
May 2007. Club Morocco Beach Resort and Country Club. It's a very beautiful place! Very nice ocean and mountain views, elegant swimming pool, relaxing landscape, modern and convenient rooms for the guests. We went there with the Botbydblud Barkada. The resort food is quite expensive so we brought our own food and we all had a great time! I hope to go back there soon.
December 30, 2008. ABC's Year Planning and Outing at Villa Concepcion Wet and Wild Waves, Inc. The resort is in Pandi, Bulacan. We went there with the church leaders. The hubby and I took tons of pictures of ourselves because we didn't want to swim. We enjoyed the food and the company of our churchmates.
November 1, 2004. This is just one of the many EK (Enchanted Kingdom) trips we had. We're riding the Wheel of Fate and I was giving a fake smile in this picture because I'm acrophobic and I resent the hubby's habit of scaring me when we're on top. We went to Enchanted Kingdom so many times and the experience it gives us never fails to make us happy everytime.
Biyernes, Enero 9, 2009
Your Fashion Style is Sporty
You're a natural beauty who doesn't need fancy clothes to look good. You prefer your clothes to be comfortable, so you can stay on the go. For you, femininity is not how you wear - but how you wear it. Still, don't be afraid to show off that great body in a dress or skirt!
Biyernes, Enero 2, 2009
Anyway, this post is about Hamsty. That's the name we gave to this cute little hamster that my son bought almost a week ago. The hubby and I were out of town when our son bought Hamsty so when I arrived home and saw this tiny creature, I admit, I was very skeptical. We only have a limited space here at home so for me, having pets is not at all a bright idea. Besides that, I personally do not know anything about hamsters. So, I am making a sort of research about how to care for our pet hamster.
Hamsters are omnivorous. Their diet consists mostly of grains (such as whole grain oats and corn) but also includes fresh fruit, roots such as carrots, green parts of plants. Hamsters carry food in their spacious cheek pouches to a cache in the burrow. We tried feeding Hamsty with taco shells last night. In the picture above, you can see how Hamsty excitedly grabs the taco shell from Digi's hand.