There is no law that requires a woman to use her husband's surname...
At exactly 4:39 PM, Scarlet was born. All the challenges I faced during my pregnancy and the pain that I felt during labour paid off when I heard Scarlet's first cry.
... many couple are making a mistake (or some might be just really a fan of luxury or perhaps just simply very rich) by spending thousands and thousands of cash for things that can be bought in a reasonable price.
I do not have any constructive criticism to give the restaurant because they exceeded our expectations.
... for most Filipinos, Civil Wedding (some opt to get married via "Kasalang Bayan") is the best option especially for those who are on strict budget.
It might be simple but we got tired entertaining the guests and the preparation for the wedding itself was already exhausting but what matters is I got married to my one true love.
... heartbreak needs to be felt and lessons had to be learned to prepare us for the right one. God has a way and His timing is always perfect.
... even in today's world of instant coffee, instant noodles, and everything instant, one thing that remained "un-instant" is success.
... I also prepared myself for any negative news--that regardless, I will still accept our baby with open arms. Anyway, that is what parents should be, right? To be accepting.
I started to believe that all men are the same; that I will never find a man who is loving, caring, and faithful. I already prepared myself to grow old alone. Until God proved me wrong and that He have better plans for me.