Right Here Waiting For You!

Honey I understand the things you say,

Even though it makes me sad.

We sat and had a talk that day,

I gave you everything I had,

 Just to prove my love to you.

Even if you’re so far away,

Will wait you till eternity.

Can’t wait to build my dreams around you,

right here waiting for you…

Being with you for a while,

 gives happiness inside ,

Know that I am glad,

that our paths collide.

Taste of your kiss , touch of your skin,

It makes my life so gleam.

I will continue to love you

 and keep our memories within.

Can’t wait to build my dreams around you,

 right here waiting for you…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreaming

Throughout my childhood and well into my teenage years, I would fantasize and dream about being a famous singer.  I could be Lea Salonga or Celine Dion.  I have such an intense connection and love for music. I wanted so badly for that to be my destiny.  Yet  last night, I was dreaming of myself singing in front of many people, singing a duet with an International singer  Charice Pempengco. In my dream we sang her song ‘’One Day’’ and that was one of my dream to have a duet with Charice.  When I woke up this morning, these questions appeared in my mind. What does my dream mean? At my age of 27, will it still be possible for me to pursue that dream? Hahaha!  sounds funny though but who knows? Hahaha again, slap me! pinch me! I might still dreaming again! 

You Are Wonderful

There’s nothing wrong with pursuing success, or the power to influence society and the world around us. But it’s wrong to pursue success in a way which cuts yourself off from yourself or in a way which isolates you from other people because you view them simply as obstacles and competitors.When we compare ourselves to others, we only diminish ourselves and our own possibilities. We can instead focus on own unique and beautiful selves, and we can revel in the fabric of our shared humanity.
Life is not a competition. Don’t compare yourself to others. Other people are not our standard. Your journey is different from mine, and our journeys are different from that of any other person. It’s all too easy to spend much of our time keeping track of what other people are up to and finding ourselves wanting. Failing, even. Stop comparing yourself to others. Instead, begin to discover what’s truly important to you. You have more time and energy to devote to your own creative journey, feel FAR better about yourself, be able to be inspired by others’ work rather than dragged down by it.
One of the dangers of comparing ourselves with others is that it can lead to jealousy and envy- two  negative attitudes that are detestable in God‘s sight. Scripture says: ” Let’s just go ahead and be what we were made to be, without enviously or pridefully comparing ourselves with each other or trying to be something we aren’t. Romans 12:6 If we will concentrate on becoming who God created us to be, instead of who we think we ought to be or who someone else wants us to be, we will experience a sense of peace and security that will enable us to resist focusing on what those around us are doing.
You are unique! God is fitting you for a purpose like no one else’s. Cooperate with Him and His plans for you, and you can rightfully declare as King David did. ” The Lord will fulfill His purpose for me” Psalm 138:8

Remembering My Childhood Buddy/Hobby

My love of horses came at the tender age of 8. I was living in a small bario of Saliducon called Tibaol where my parents raised me. My lolo had a horse and gave me a foal as his Christmas gift for me. I named her Nacky Junior. Sound’s funny though. LOL!Whatever…! OK let’s be serious. Do you  want to know more about horseback riding? Alright, I’ll share you some hints.

  • BALANCED SEAT OR THE CORRECT POSTURE. Still makes all the difference in a safe, comfortable ride for both the horse and the rider. Riders not only learn the correct way to sit upon the horse, they also learn about horsemanship, etiquette and the overall terminology associated with riding a horse properly.When balanced seat riding is mastered, the rider will have exercised every muscle, tendon and ligament, from their head to their toes. Being a correctly balanced seat rider is equivalent to doing a triathlon.
  •  KEEP YOUR HEELS DOWN. Why? Because not only does it make you more secure, but it also stops your foot from being caught in the stirrup should the horse spook. Always ride in complete control. As with cars or bikes, the faster you go the faster things can go wrong.
  • PERSONALITY. Personalities play the main role when I put myself as rider and horse together. An outgoing person will usually be paired with an outgoing horse. The horse has to complete the rider, and the rider has to complete the horse. One is not more important than the other. It’s all about the safety of the pair. Personalities have to match. They need to be a good fit.

Riding for me has always been somewhat of a fantasy. It’s my way of catching dreams while leaving the rest of the world behind. ”It’s magical” Problems just seem to disappear. I miss those simple days of laughter, fun, and joy.  I miss my horse, I miss my childhood! I also miss my Lolo, he taught me everything I needed to know about horses. I owe it all to him.

Knowing Suffering Can Be Knowing Truth


In my life I have found one simple thing that rings true. Without pain and suffering there is no growth. You cannot help others if you’ve never experienced anything yourself. This is why Jesus wandered  in the desert to be tested. Why did He die a horrible painful death? It was to show us the truth. Like so many of you, I have been searching for the truth. Rummaging through the rubble of contradiction and beneath the ruins of my own experiences. I was tossed about on the raging sea of confusion and turmoil for so very long. What is the truth? The TRUTH is…  you can’t get to or appreciate the good times without going through the bad. If you’d never been through trials that seemed to beat you down repeatedly how can you truly say you understand someone else’s situation? How would you be able to give them Christ‘s message? The bottom line is, You couldn’t!