A group of people asked me a strange question. “Do you like it here in Canada?” Strange I say because they are fellow immigrants and we all came from the same country. I mean, why would we not like it Canada? Didn’t we all fervently prayed to our God as we know Him to grant our
Dear Singapore, Ok, I admit it. I miss you. For two years and four months, I started my days with calls from the ravens in the nearby park. At first I thought they were monkeys, but I realized I haven’t seen any in our neighborhood. The cheers and laughter of children playing in the activity area behind
Both hubby and I observed that most people in Singapore are usually in a hurry. They walk fast, talk fast, get into lines fast, or walk through doors fast. Even their escalators are fast, especially in MRT stations. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up. A local colleague of hubby explained to him that they call this
I am not negating the Bible verse Matthew 7:7, but I just have this theory that I don’t usually find the things I need/want when I actively look for them, but find them when I don’t need them. There were times in the past when I would stroll in the mall and find a nice pair
Selling a car in Manila may not be very easy. Aside from the specifications and the price, success probably also depends on the type of vehicle you are selling. After we’ve decided to move to SG, we posted an advertisement in two buy and sell portals in the Philippines to sell our Hyundai i10 GLS 1.2
We prayed for a sunny day last weekend to go to Pulau Ubin, but hubby read that the weather forecast is “rain with thunderstorms”. We decided to forego our trip to the island and instead went to Johor Bahru for a day trip. I heard of JB about 10 years ago on my first trip to Singapore.
Hubby came home the other day heartbroken. Foregoing a night at the gym with a can of beer, he ranted to me how he thought that all these years, he has mutual trust and respect with his colleagues. It pained him to realize that he is wrong and that he was naïve to think that