In a previous entry, I talked about how my in-laws discriminated me through the years and how they did the same to my sister-in-law's husband; to which they finally understood why I remained aloof to my husband's family all this time. In the height of that period, I told my husband: I bet, the moment … Continue reading Still Skeptic
When I absolutely lost my sense of smell and taste, I knew I had to take the dreaded swab test. This is because the hospital that I had to visit for my prenatal checkups have strict policies involving people that have at least one covid-related symptom - you are not allowed to enter their facility … Continue reading My CoVID Battle
Yesterday, after two weeks of literally morning sickness, drowsiness, and constant thoughts of food, I took a pregnancy test and confirmed my hunch that I was indeed pregnant. At first I was thrilled to see the results because I thought it was impossible given my husband's condition (he got mumps few years ago and we … Continue reading Pregnant and Anxious
Despite the differences in our schedules, proximity, my college buddies and I still manage to find a way to meet and hangout to catch up and celebrate life. This year was no exception. Photo c/o Nick Canoy We spent our much-awaited getaway at Canyon Cove in Batangas. Technically the hotel is closed but the apartments … Continue reading Weekend Vibes
So I turned 35 last month. This was my second year to celebrate my birthday in the midst of pandemic. Good thing I have my "family" to celebrate this day with me. We went swimming, had a great meal, good laugh as always, awesome day to unwind. I've been wanting to hit the beach, so … Continue reading Updates. Just Updates.