One More Year of Life

One more Christmas is passing by us this week. The excitement that was building up since the beginning of December has come to an end. Gifts has been given and received, Christmas dinners were prepared and enjoyed as one happy family and the believers among us have visited the church and participated in Christmas masses. Now, the clock is ticking away to put an end to this year and bring in an ever hopeful new year! I cannot believe that 2012 is ending this soon. I feel that I am still not ready to welcome another year yet. Bringing in the new year means many things when I think about it. I am in a mood to make a list today. So, here we go:


    1. Thanks for your valuable comment. Yeah, I am not sure what I want with my kids 🙂 But I guess every mom go through it, right? I am just going to head over to your blog and will be a about 5 minutes. Thanks again. Have a Wonderful Year ahead!

    1. Thank you for visiting and following me via Twitter. I am following you as well now. Wish you all the best for the coming year!

  1. Good luck with deciding on going back to school and changing jobs. I was lucky that both my husband and I finished our Master’s degrees before kids. My husband has thought about going back to law school, but I agree that with two kids it is a hard decision deciding to go back to school. Good luck with everything in the New Year!

    1. Thank you. It is really hard to take on studies but for now I am just going to sleep on it until the situation becomes a bit more easier. And I also want to tell you that you are such an amazing cook! All your recipes look awesome! I am glad that we are getting to know each other through blogging and continue the friendship/’blogship’ for the years to come!Have a Happy New Year!

  2. I admire so working moms; I’ve managed to avoid it, though there are certainly moments when I miss getting up and dressed into something besides the same old jeans. But I don’t miss the pressure I know comes wiht having to work and also keep up a family; Daddy’s are great but I do believe it’s the mom who finally keeps all the pieces together. Enjoy the rest of your maternity leave!

  3. Thanks for your valuable comment. yes, it is hard to work and to take care of the kids at the same time. Some of us do it out of necessity and some I guess to keep their normalcy. At times, I would think I want to stay at home with kids but sometimes I want to go out some where and ‘work’. I have heard very recently that a survey was taken among moms- which ones of them are more happy? -SAHM or a working mom? Surprisingly,turns out, working moms are happier and balance their life with kids better than vice versa. I don’t know- it is different for everybody. I also checked out your blog and now following you by email subscription. Feel free to stay connected with me as well. Thanks again. have a wonderful year ahead!

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