Homemaking

Bigger Dining Table

Our family is getting bigger, from two (me and hubby) to three, now we are four. But currently we are six in the house, we have two additional household members, both are young people from the church. Our dining table is only good for four people and when we eat all together we are crowded. Ironic because when hubby and…

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Homemaking

Bike for Short Distance Errands

In this time that the price of gasoline is not stable, sometimes it’s low but oftentimes it’s high, Husband and I are thinking of buying a bike to save some money on gasoline. We can use the bike instead of the motorbike if the distance we need to travel is not that long like doing an errand in the market.…

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Homemaking

Steel Residential Buildings – Uncommon Here In Philippines

Steel residential buildings are not common here in the Philippines. As a matter of fact, I haven’t seen one yet. ┬áThe affluent families prefer mansions made with bricks and cement. While those who belongs to the lowest class stratum could not only afford a hut. Aside from the cost, Philippines is too saturated for this kind of dwelling place. I…

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Homemaking, Womanhood

Furniture Preferences

When it comes to home furniture, I prefer the furniture made of wood or log than steel. It brings a more natural and relaxing feeling to the occupants. No wonder many beach resorts also opt for rustic furniture than modern furniture. It gives their guests the feeling of being close to nature. As of now, we don’t have any plan…

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Homemaking

I Need a Truck

Malabon, the place I grew up with, is known for always being flooded, whether there’s a typhoon or not. No ordinary cars could pass when there’s high tide unless it’s a truck. But even so, I consider it my home town and I miss going there. The last time I was able to go back was January 2010. I can’t…

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