He’s Writing Your Story, and It Is Beautiful

Happy new year earthlings! This year, I commit to blogging more regularly. One of my mistakes last year was procrastinating and giving in to laziness. At times I really was busy and tired from finishing school requirements, but I knew deep in my heart that I could have updated my blog regularly. For that, I … Continue reading He’s Writing Your Story, and It Is Beautiful


Sunday’s Best: My New Nephew, New Books, and Lots of Seafood

Last Sunday, I finally saw the new and handsome addition to the Jarlego clan. World, meet my very first nephew, Lorenzo Jacob Jarlego Solomon! Jacob was born last February 21 to my cousin, Kuya Es, and his wife, Ate Hiyas. When they first broke the news that Ate Hiyas was preggers last year, we were … Continue reading Sunday’s Best: My New Nephew, New Books, and Lots of Seafood

Reflecting His Beauty: Shamcey Supsup

Towering at 5'7.25" and forming a smile that captured the hearts of many, Shamcey Supsup was expected to go home with a Miss Universe title on her right hand and all the privileges that come with it on the left. She surpassed the physical requirements: the crowd loved her, she was reputably and obviously intelligent … Continue reading Reflecting His Beauty: Shamcey Supsup

On Faith and Focus

About two weeks ago, a new show was introduced in the weekend schedule of Fox channel. The program showcased the world's greatest magicians and tricks that could be mistaken for miracles. I enjoyed watching the pilot episode, albeit several minutes late, because it was a show that needed only my eyes and awe and not … Continue reading On Faith and Focus

Highly Favored

"And Esther obtained favor in the sight of all who saw her. So Esther was taken to King Ahasuerus, into his royal palace....The king loved Esther more than all the other women, and she obtained grace and favor in his sight more than all the virgins...." - Esther 2:15b-17b, NKJV (emphases added) I love receiving … Continue reading Highly Favored

The Art of Being A Woman: What I Learned

I, along with thirteen hundred other women, braved the pouring rain and strong wind last Saturday to attend the single women's conference titled, "The Art of Being  A Woman and Other Lost Virtues," in CCF St. Francis. True to its title, the conference (or should I say, the God Who orchestrated the conference) helped me … Continue reading The Art of Being A Woman: What I Learned

Getting It

Reading a chapter or verse from the Bible does not automatically make you get it just as you can't fly a plane after a 2-hour, one-on-one session with a professional pilot. Getting it, really learning it, takes time and constant practice depending on the subject matter. I remember when I was a little girl, about … Continue reading Getting It

I Left My Heart (and Stomach) in Balay Indang

Two days ago my family and I, along with my paternal grandmother and aunt, visited a unique and beautiful house in Indang, Cavite. Just 90 minutes from Manila (although it took us 2 and a half hours to get there), Balay Indang ("House of Indang") or The Red Ginger Farm is a Filipino/Asian-inspired,  bed-and-breakfast destination. … Continue reading I Left My Heart (and Stomach) in Balay Indang

Disappointment is HisAppointment

Which hurts more: not getting what you expected to receive or getting something you did not want and expect to receive? Last time (the post before the most recent post) I mentioned about my exemption in my Chemistry finals. Well, guess what? I wasn't  exempted after all. When my professor showed me my real grade … Continue reading Disappointment is HisAppointment