Archive for December 27th, 2010

Thankful for the Blessings and The Gothic Niece

I supposed to go out today but I get too lazy when afternoon comes. Well, I must savor this moment of not being busy at all, while my daughter still has a school vacation, I should try to stay at home. I have done a good job today because I was able to finish all the jobs in the one day, I must thank to the one who keep on giving us blessings. And of course to the Lord Almighty for the chance to get me into blogging three years back.
Aside from blogging, I was able to upload pictures in Facebook too. My husband was able to view some pictures awhile ago. He was so happy to see his kids, my nieces and nephews. But he wonders what happen to Moreen’s face as she was already wearing a make up. Actually, it was only her eye lids; she puts on a black color pencil. She looks like a Gothic, or something I could not understand, it was too thick. Good thing, her Father noticed it already and advised her not to, otherwise he would chop her color pencil into pieces.

Blemishes and Blackheads

MJ will be a teenager soon and will have to deal with all those teenage problems. Boys, her little sister faith and unsightly blemishes are all things she will have to deal with. Well I can control two of them (I hope), the boys and faith, but for blemishes like pimples or blackheads, I need to find a good medication. Websites such as can give you recommendations on the best blackhead or pimple medication. I want my daughter to look good and not have to deal with the embarrassment blemishes can cause. I would not like her to be teased by her classmates just because she has a “zit.”

Congratulations Analyn!

My friend Analyn just gave birth on Christmas, December 25, 2010. It was a bouncing baby boy named Jezreel Cristian, she delivered him through CS. It was so funny because we had the same words when the Doctor decided for a Cesarean operation. My last words to my OB-Gyne were “Help me, Doc” and she uttered the same words as well.

To my friend, congratulations and welcome to the world of no sleep at night. Lol I am just kidding, what I mean to say is welcome to the world of sweetness, hugs, smiles and miracles, that’s simply being a Mom is. It is a combination of so many things.
Note: Finally Genny, the great Aunt sent me the picture. Hehehe

Skills That Keep You Employed

Sometimes a career change can keep you competitive on the job market. In a hard economy it’s important to acquire skills that are in demand. Computer school, medical assistant school and others can give you the skills and need to keep you employed. As the medical care improves and the age of the population increases, medical care has become more important, especially for the elderly.
A skilled medical assistant makes the doctor’s job easier and can help the patient feel at ease. If you know that the medical staff at the doctor’s office or medical facility you visit is well trained, doesn’t it make you feel more at ease on those occasions you have to visit your medical care professional?