God, I thank you for this day.
I know I have not accomplished as yet all you expect of me,
and if that is your reason for bathing me in the fresh dew of another dawn,
I am most grateful.
I am prepared, at last, to make you proud of me.
Tsamba Pic: Sunrise! Club Paradise, Coron Palawan
Today I will start my “Today” blog-series, featuring bits from Og Mandino’s “Seeds of Success” from the book “Mission:Success”…
this is my sort of scroll of prayers (with 20 resolutions and lots of appreciation for Today’s gift from God), this I recite almost every morning, and almost know by heart, this prayer guides me through my day (and life)!…
I want now to share this with you!
Today Series 1/22
another series of boracay pictures!
look at the beach, so pristine, so pure, so inviting….
this is nature, this is blessing, this is just so gratifying!
Thank you, Lord, for this wonderful earth!
it was a 4-day stay at boracay (May 2009) and it was very refreshing, fun, relaxed and haaay sarap! Esp when it was spent with family!
Im beginning to love the place (this is our second visit), it seems that the world is created for my own pleasure and awe. I remembered to thank God for again touching me with His amazing blessings! I will treasure my moment with His “sunsets” (on all different colors), with His “sunrises” (even when it rains), His fine sand (cant get enough of it). Looking at it, feeling it, makes me feel blessed. It reminds me to feel grateful, that this is a reward. that this are my bonus days!
I soooo love it….
I loooove the memorable moments with the kids and papi. Saya, no pressure, no schedule, no time (literally no watch, we just rely on our shadows), no hang-ups! Just living for that moment only!
Feeling ko, when in Boracay, it doesnt matter what shape or size you are, whatever attire you’re in, in shorts, in bare-all, or conceal-some… nobody mind… (at least to me…. I think they dont mind me, as there are other shapely girls around!)
Anyway, “feeling at home” talaga when you are in boracay, as if you are a native, a familiar folk, or frequent visitors. No inhibitions, no pakialam, no boundaries, no discrimination (again, i think on women’s point of view, since men tend to look the other way). As if your in commune with everything and everyone! Awesome feeling!
Just love boracay! (and im not even a “beach” person)!
Obvious ba, im still in bora blog… sa susunod uli!