Monthly Archives: November 2014

Thank you November

Today is the last day for month of November. As i reviewed my post when November entered, it was somewhat…well., quite emotional??haha.! I didn’t notice it! I just wrote what I felt that time. Anyway, this month was significant to … Continue reading

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The power of universe

Tomorrow is my second day-off here in Qatar. Until now, I just can’t believe it myself that I am here. I dreamed of working abroad about 3 years ago, and this country was my option 2 if not in Singapore. … Continue reading

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My 29th Birthday!!!!

Today marks my extraordinary 29th year of existence in this world. I thank the Lord my creator for allowing me witnessed the beauty of His creation. I praise Him for giving me extraordinary families and friends who brought me inspiration … Continue reading

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Faith

These past week, two friends invited me to join their respective religions..or should I say, their group? whatever we call it. Anyway, what I can say is that…I was born Catholic and I will die Catholic. No one can ever … Continue reading

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Embracing Changes

I always believe that there is nothing constant in this world but change….. so always be prepare and do not be afraid to embrace it. Let me share to you few things that an OFW has to undergo to adjust … Continue reading

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Adjustments

Upon arrival here in Doha, I was so amazed by the infrastructures along the way from the airport to our accommodation. As if I was in the ancient times. I should know more about the history of Qatar anyway. But … Continue reading

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Philippines to Qatar

“Take care there” ” Bye” “Goodluck” ” Pray” ” Wishing your dream to come true” ” I love you” Those where short statements but meant a lot to people who are going abroad to try greener pasture. I thanked my … Continue reading

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