There was a moment in time when I fasted from using the computer and opted to write traditionally in paper using a marker pen. I was sick at that time and I got inspiration from words I would read from the Bible and devotional books. I needed to remind myself of God’s goodness and healing grace that I posted my sticky notes on the wall of our room. These notes of grace kept me going till I got fully healed.
Take a look at what inspired me back then. Nuggets of truth we all must live by. The notes are still posted in our room. 🙂
Post in response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters
Last Holy Week, our cat Snow gave birth to four cute, little kittens. One was orange, another white, another black, and the last one was black and white.
I wasn’t able to take pictures of them immediately because Snow needed some privacy with her newborn kittens. We were careful not to touch the kittens, for if we did, Snow wouldn’t care for the kittens anymore. Just like what happened when she gave birth before.
We hadn’t named the kittens just yet. We’d like to make sure that they would live before we name them and call them our own. 🙂
So, here are Snow’s family of kittens:
The Daily Post’s challenge is to “share a photo that captures the threshold — that point just before the action happens, that oh-so-sweet moment of anticipation before that new beginning.”
When I learned about this challenge, I quickly remembered our pet cat Snow who is pregnant! What a good example of anticipation of the coming of kittens. Will the kittens be white, orange, black, spotted or something else?
Here’s our pregnant Snow!
Post in response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold
Spending some time with my mom and sis (not in picture) savoring the yummy vegetarian and seafood offerings at Likha Diwa located near University of the Philippines in Diliman.
My mom had an accident a year ago and it is only now that she gets to go out and have leisure time with family again. 🙂
Next to God and my immediate family, my husband is my dearest treasure. He’s seen me at my best. He’s loved me at my worst.
Photo credited to Gary Albano and Kimberly Hung