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Throwback Photos

Facebook showed me some really nice memories yesterday. 🙂 My old shots. They were so inspiring, I wanted to go out with my camera and go shoot different things again.…

GUEST POST | Visit a US National Park For Free! by Carol Fisher

This article is a guest post by Carol Fisher where she shares her adventures in different US National parks. You will see God’s amazing creations by just looking at these…

Still Here =)

If you are wondering why there aren’t any updates on my blog… Okay, assuming (haha) that you are wondering…if this blog is still active…Yes, it still is. I’m still here.…

7 Things That Happen During a Sandstorm

Living in Saudi Arabia means you’ll have summer most of the year and a cool winter for maybe 3-4 months. 🙂 If other countries have rain, snow, or tornadoes, we…

cucumber mango salad

Cucumber Mango Salad

I love the Philippine mangoes. The riped ones are sweet and the unriped ones are tangy. Though, they almost look like the mangoes of the other countries, I just realized…

Inside Fakeeh Pediatrics

The pediatrics area of Dr.Soliman Fakeeh hospital in Jeddah is now open after months of renovation. It’s much wider and the waiting area is more convenient and comfortable for kids and parents…

The Red Sea

Behold, the great Red Sea…is not really red. Haha Still,  it is a great view. Red or blue, it still gives people happiness and a relaxing experience. Kids play here,…

Wilton Cake Decorating Course 1 in Jeddah

Happiness. 😘😘 Finally! Thank you Cake Arts/ Wilton for changing your schedule from 5:30 to 6:30pm. It perfectly suited my availability. Perfect timing because it’s already my son’s school vacation(School…

Make the Most of What You Have

“Now is no time to think of what you do not have. Think of what you can do with that there is.” – Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the…

Friday Finds: Photos, Baking Videos, and Tutorials

Two weeks ago, I posted a list of my Recent Finds: Worksheets, Websites, and Weddings  which I’ve found useful lately. Here’s another list, which I might do more often, as…

TRAVELS

Throwback Photos

Facebook showed me some really nice memories yesterday. 🙂 My old shots. They were so inspiring, I wanted to go out with my camera and go shoot different things again.…

Still Here =)

If you are wondering why there aren’t any updates on my blog… Okay, assuming (haha) that you are wondering…if this blog is still active…Yes, it still is. I’m still here.…

cucumber mango salad

Cucumber Mango Salad

I love the Philippine mangoes. The riped ones are sweet and the unriped ones are tangy. Though, they almost look like the mangoes of the other countries, I just realized…

Recent Finds: Worksheets, Websites, and Weddings

I love sharing some of the helpful sites I see on the web. There are just too many and I don’t want to flood my social media wall with them,…

Redefining Tagaytay

This place may not dance with the clouds, but it sings along the echo of the nature’s vastness. At any point in time, you can find yourself staring down at…

The Drive to Read

  What drives you to read?  I think my love for reading books started a bit late. I have loved picture books as a kid, but I eagerly wanted to…

Noodles & Expat Life

Yesterday,  I feasted with this Filipino-style chicken soup noodles with friends. In the Philippines,  it’s called chicken/beef mami. 🙂 Suddenly felt home. The bowl is usually stuffed with cooked noodles,…

Memories of Fall

It’s the changing of the season in other countries. From summer to fall. Meanwhile, where I am, it’s still summer. haha  We only have summer and winter (winter is when…

Messages in the Kites

Last week, I went to Jeddah Corniche (seaside) with my family. There were kids playing with kites and my kids were just so amazed at them that my husband decided…

What Traveling in the Desert Looks Like

This is the way going to Yanbu,  Saudi Arabia.  From Jeddah, Yanbu is around 3-4 hours away. The road is nice and smooth. No rough roads ahead.  It seems that…

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