The highlight of this year’s Boracay trip. I’ll probably have to go back for the 15 meter dive (only one army girl in our group of 50 was able to do it!) but I’m happy to report I was still able to jump off a cliff. Bucket list #095: cliff dive (check)
Every weekend, I walk my dog to a nearby lake and on the way home, I always buy some flowers.
My P130 (about $3) cafeteria food from the office. Jealous? :) I always have to remember how blessed I am to be working at my office. It’s the little things.
LIMITLESS FAITH. My prayer this year combined with action. Scary yes but where He will guide, He will provide & sustain.
(lyrics from the song Oceans)
By the way, did you know that Hillsong’s The White Album, which includes a version of Oceans, was number one in Billboard’s Dance/electronic category, besting Daft Punk & Avicii? Amazing!!!
Jared and I have the same photo. Mine was taken last January in Korea, his in Finland early March.
I’ve shared before how the song ‘Oceans’ spoke to me before about me belonging to Him and Him in I. This time around, His message for me through the same song is ‘He has never failed and He won’t start now.’
So even though I am facing so many trials and fears right now, I only need to think of the past times when He was faithful. And He will remain faithful. And He won’t stop being faithful.
My dates with God are usually in the early morning in the solitude of my room or in a quiet corner at home.
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CAFETERIA FOOD. Meet my P130 lunch: Chicken laksa & matcha cake.
Must remember to be thankful for the little things at work - the international buffet, the new workload my boss gives me which *gasps* involves calculations, our discounted Watsons & Starbucks, the manong guards’ cheerful ‘good morning!’ & even that lady shooting me nasty glances because she makes me exercise patience & flash my pearly whites. Thank you, Lord.
A quaint little cafe in the middle of Grove street near UPLB, Laguna beckoned me to go in and try their coffee and pastries. First off, their interior is quite lovely, dominated by dark wood giving it a rustic yet surprisingly homey feeling. I love how their ceiling is high which gives it a refreshing ambiance. Plus, all the seats and tables are wood. Plenty of room for big groups of people. The…