Friday, December 30, 2011

Reviewing my 2011 plans, projects, and dreams

I don’t normally created New Year’s resolutions each year because I always failed or sometimes things went different along the way. Most of all, I just get frustrated of not achieving the things as I have expected especially for myself. Instead, I outlined plans, projects, and dreams – a total of 20 of them. It sounds very subtle and appears manageable for me. In this way, I can also include my family and other aspects that I believe have contributed so much in attaining my desired goals.

A year to remember

Year 2011 is about to end. Two days left and we will be welcoming 2012. But for me I’d like to recap the things that happened this year, especially those that have a bigger impact in my life. Here are the things that made 2011 a year to remember.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

A surprising year-end gift

On Christmas day and while at work, my husband Jesse received an anonymous call. The man on the phone was congratulating him and had asked him to go to the Ministry of Manpower to claim his CHEQUE. Being astonished, Jesse verified the number on my mobile phone and surprisingly it was registered to our company’s senior recruitment officer.

Monday, December 26, 2011

How to Cook Lechon Manok at Home, the Pinoy Style

yummylicious lechon manok (photo courtesy of my BFF evelyn)

Most of Filipinos love to eat chicken. No one can resist the mouth-watering roasted chicken famously known as "lechon manok" stuffed with loads of spices and  giving a truly tempting scent.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

All I want for Christmas...

i wanna come home on christmas day!

Tonight will be Christmas! I believed each one of us are occupied with the last minute Christmas preparations – wrapping up gifts, cooking “Noche Buena” meals, phoning and texting friends and families, visiting love ones, and waiting for the clock to strike 12 midnight – then the normal tradition begins.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

A merry family snaps for Christmas

now, we are four in the family
Every Christmases, we love to take snaps for our family portrait. It is and will always be our family tradition since Jesse and Andrei got to Oman in 2009. I simply choose the concept while Jesse makes the choreography and artistry.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

12 pieces of "Christmas Inspirations" - rekindle the spirit of love and hope

Our first christmas tree in Oman

Oh, I love Christmas! It is and always will be my favorite time of the year. It is a time for rejoicing and merry making. I remember when i was a kid, my family always have the tradition of celebrating Christmas whether it was through decorating the tree, giving of gifts, making christmas arts, and preparing food for "Noche Buena".

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