It’s time to say goodbye to 2012. Thank you for a good year! There were moments of worries but I would like to look back with gratitude more than regret.
So from my family to yours…
Hello 2013!!! I pray we will all have a truly great, prosperous, productive and fruitful new year! Let’s focus on our health and well-being this coming year, quality of life more than anything.
Cheers to all!
God bless and stay safe!
Before I forget it, I am now going to wish you…
A Very Merry Christmas
I pray that the new year will be very productive for all of us and will be filled with so much blessings all year-round! As for myself, I am praying that 2013 will be the year to kick off a healthy lifestyle and a very active one at that.
One more day to go before November ends but I can already tell you it’s been good to me. I was able to earn more than enough to cover for the bills I’ve to pay today and the next few days. I was able to renew my web hosting account a month earlier(!) and some domains that are going to expire by the second week of January 2013. Whew!
I am grateful. I feel blessed when the payment I was waiting for came in on time. I am thankful that I was able to get some idle ones up and running!
Thank you, Lord! November 2012, you’ve been good to me and for that I am grateful.
Now I am praying hard that the next month will be just as good, if not better. Thank You!
Not only for this special occasion but on every single day that we are alive and breathing.
[photo via Pinterest]
My October 2013 hadn’t been that good. There were more downs than ups. There were more worries than peace of mind. I am praying that this month will be better, especially in terms of the flow of income. I believe we are one in saying that we need more income in the next three months primarily for the holiday season, right?
So my prayer is that…
Please be better than October!
November 1 and 2, All Saints’ Day and All Souls Day respectively, are days dedicated to the dearly departed ones in this side of the world. Majority of us troop to the cemeteries, columbariums, and other places built for the dead including churches. We bring flowers, candles, incense sticks and other stuff that remind us of the loved ones who already went ahead of us.
Now that the day for the dead is near, I am reminded of something one of my aunts told me. You know living the life you want others to remember you by when you’re gone. It just made me think if I am living that kind of life now. Am I?
Think about it.