Insert the following HTML code onto your page(s) between the and tags. His Unfailing Love

Credits

Femikey

Thursday, June 30, 2011

"An Impossible Dream Becomes a Reality.."

Marcelito Pomoy was the grand winner of the season 2 - Pilipinas Got Talent (PGT). He displayed a very unique presentation of "My prayer," where he sing both the female and the male parts superbly.

He came from a very humble beginning, and could be said that he reached his dreams - where the impossible became possible. He had hitched his dreams upon a star and he had taken grasp of it. One of his desires is to look for his lost family, which he had never seen for a long time. So through the PGT he got the opportunity to meet his own biological parents (he was adopted by a policeman).

Marcelito's story is so inspiring and encouraging that lots of Filipinos really chose his talent over the "Happy Feet," (two brothers who had the most amazing skills of displaying a tap dance). I am also glad that this man received the grand prize winner, I know his example will greatly encourage other Filipinos never to give up, nor lose faith. For as long as one perseveres and has the character to face the challenges that life can bring - one is a sure winner!

Read more...

The Dragon Fruit Lady

Few years ago we were still in Thailand, we saw many fruits that we haven't tried yet. We saw in the wet market, in the supermarket or even in malls. I was tempted to buy since I love to eat fruits and vegetables. However, I'm scared of the taste. After few months, hubby and I were doing some window shopping and while looking at the different kinds and colors of the fruits placed in the fruit stand we were tempted to take a look and bought one which we haven't tried for the rest of our lives.

We're scared of that fruit because of the name. It sounds dangerous and I'm scared of the name itself. Anyhow, we bought and tried at home. That was known as dragon fruit. For many years we saw it but we hadn't tried to taste. We even didn't know of the benefit it may give to our body. When I checked yahoo news I discovered the benefits. Wow! It's something you need to consider and try.

There was a retired woman and a mother of 4 was a planter and a producer of dragon fruit in Ilocos Norte, Phil. She was a former manager of an insurance company and a graduate of Psychology at the University of the Philippines in Dalian, Quezon City. Now, at the age of 66 she is producing dragon fruits and was awarded by Malacanang last May 23. She received a presidential award as this year's most outstanding high-value commercial crop farmer. The award came with P100,000 prize. This is something, right?

She only thought of the benefit it may give to her special child who had been suffering from a cerebral palsy. According to Dacuycuy, the lady producer of dragon fruit and I quote, "her first dragon fruit came from a friend who came from Macau who has heard of the fruit as good for those suffering from frequent constipation problem, common among cerebral palsy patients." Then she planted the vine that she got in their backyard, that was 6 years ago. Even their neighbors were wondering of what they're doing but they never told them that they were planting dragon fruit. Because according to them (the family) they were doing a trial and error method of planting.

The lady's library was the internet during that time. She was checking the internet from time to time, every now and then on what to do about it. She even found out that the exotic dragon fruit is rich in fiber that helps in the elimination of wastes. It contains high levels of vitamin C, calcium and phosphorous, including other nutritional benefits such as high levels of antioxidants that can help prevent cancer, high blood pressure, rheumatism and urinary tract infection.

I firmly agree that Thailand has many plantations of this fruit because I saw it with my own eyes on how they sell the fruits anywhere in the country. We were wondering why many people young and old love the fruit. It is also being cultivated in Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Taiwan as what the lady producer said. Now, I am starting to love the fruit and wanted to eat it, huh! Try to look at the picture of the lady producer below.



Read more...

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Time Together

Last Sunday, our church celebrated “Father’s Day.” A special time dedicated to all the fathers. Our young people and young adults group prepared a short presentation for all the fathers in the church. Sweetie was not able to attend the special activity because he was invited to speak in another church. He just received the gift (from Starbucks) that they were giving out to fathers. In my heart, I am thankful for an opportunity to be a part of a family that values intimate relationships.
My sons and their father shared a strong bond together. There might be tihttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifmes that due to busyness, my husband forgot to spend some time with them. Both of them will surely complaint. Then theihttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifr father will find some ways to make up to them. Sometimes, the three of them will just go out together for what they call, “boy’s day out.” Or even just spend time together watching their favorite movie: Lord of the Rings, even tho’ they have seen it a hundred times over, having a good laugh together or simply having some wrestling matches, pillow fights and tussles in the bedroom. I am at peace, knowing my husband take time to be with our kids.
It is really true that for children, love is spelled T.I.M.E. All the riches of this world could never buy back the time you lose. One need simply to be there! To experience the delight and pleasures of seeing your children grow. I am so glad, we decided not to stay longer in Thailand – but to be with them. They are growing fast and we saw their growing up together and spending time with them is somewhat special for our sons.

Read more...
 

Bookmark and Share ss_blog_claim=c3d9402a6eb7dc54fae330deaf8a1f39 ss_blog_claim=c3d9402a6eb7dc54fae330deaf8a1f39