Oh yes! If in doubt, ask my kiddos!
My kiddos regularly say I am the best mom.
I know I am not but still I accept with deep thanks their love for me – it’s God’s gift.
I know it is the adult me and other adults who say I am not the best mom, or them not the best mom, or them not the best person.
But my kiddos know better. They appreciate who I am and not look for who I am not compared to others; they appreciate what I can do and not look for what I do imperfectly compared to others; they appreciate my love and not look for another mom.
The more they appreciate me regardless of the condition we are in, the more I feel their overflowing love. The more thankful and happier I am!
We adults have a lot to learn from the kids.
– No comparing. Appreciate the person who loves you.
– The best doesn’t mean perfect.
– No need to focus on imperfection, love instead.
– There can be a billion bests. It only needs people who are grateful enough.
Happy mother’s day to the best mom — YOU ARE THE BEST MOM!
If in doubt, be kiddolike.
“Do you hear what these children are saying?” they asked him. “Yes,” replied Jesus, “have you never read, “‘From the lips of children and infants you, Lord, have called forth your praise’?” – Matthew 21:16
I love this day. And yesterday. And the day before yesterday.
I had breakfast with my hubby – home made daing na bangus (dried milkfish).
Fresh from yesterday’s catch from Aling Nene’s Pond in Valenzuela.
My angler boys made another trip to the pond sans the girls. Could they be challenged from our earlier visit where our one and only take home fish is caught by the mom (that’s me!)?
Here are the photos of the fishing trip 2 days ago and yes, let’s define ‘caught’ later on.
Here’s the first catch of the day! The fish is not big enough to take home so back to the water. And the triumphant smile goes to my heart!
Here’s the 2nd catch of the day! The fish is not big enough to take home so again back to the water. And the happy smile goes to my heart!
Here’s the 3rd catch of the day! The fish is too small to take home so again back to the water. And yes, the grateful smile goes to my heart! Finally, he caught one after several fishes got away from the hook.
Here’s the big catch of the day! Just big enough to take home for sinigang 🙂
And yes, I caught it and here’s how:
- The boys have been convincing me to fish instead of roaming around and so I agreed.
- My son put the mashed flour bait in the hook and cast it to the direction I pointed.
- I held the rod, occasionally looking at the floater, while I read a home magazine.
- Then I felt something is pulling my rod and so I screamed. I screamed!
- The boys saved me from the struggling fish!
It’s obvious I caught the fish, right?
Hurray for the girls!
And so the next day – that was yesterday, the boys were determined to beat the record. And they succeeded with 18 take home fishes! They were so excited that they forgot to take photos but it’s alright, I’m enjoying the daing na bangus. Not even the vinegar can stop me from smiling sweetly 🙂
There is so much to thank for…
And hey, don’t be disappointed with the small fish catch because there are large ones meant for the seasoned angler — 10 kilos and above.
As for the family, the priority is to catch smiles and we did!
Now going? Aling Nene has cottages on the side.
And in the middle — go rafting!
And yes, you can fish without renting a cottage.
Enjoy the day!
Which of you fathers, if your son asks for a fish, will give him a snake instead?
– Luke 11:11
Yes we’re going to talk about blah blah blah. Nothing but blah blah blah.
Tired of blah blah blah? Then let’s check another B word – BATTOLOGIST. Nope this isn’t the person who study about bats or batman.
Battologist is a person who unnecessarily repeats the same words, phrases, or ideas. I repeat it is a person who repeats the same thing unnecessarily.
Battologist, are you?
Me? Without a doubt I am not. Yes never doubt it. Believe me I am not.
Why don’t you ask my kiddos? On second thought, please do not.
At home there is a mom battologist
Remind her kiddos, she cannot resist
Everyday she says
Do not forget this .
Do not forget that. Obey, she insist.
For Luna’s Poetry Month Clambake! Let’s have some fun! Please share your poems too.
Battologist, are you? Are you?
C you on Monday!
I AM AN EAT GIRL, THAT’S THE TRUTH.
This post is an acceptance to SuperGoddess Me invitation for a game of tag. Once tagged, I am supposed to answer 8 given questions and tag 8 people, afterwards.
But I really want to know 8 more things from everyone reading this. Please join the fun by either answering the 8 questions on your site or in the comments portion. You will all make my day I am sure of that!
So here are the questions with my most sincere answers:
1. If you could have any superpower, which one would you have and why?
The power to grant 1 wish each for everyone!
SO WHAT’S YOUR WISH? Don’t forget to thank me once granted. Ok?
2. Who is your style icon?
No one. That explains why I’m styleLESSh.
3. What is your favorite quote?
“Today you are YOU, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than YOU.” by Dr. Seuss
4. What is the best compliment you’ve ever received?
Those sincerely given are always the best for me. Now, how would I know that? I simply trust and APPRECIATE. Here’s one from my son:
5. What playlist/cd is in your CD player/iPod right now?
Mostly Christian songs and meditation music. Here is SOMETHING beautiful.
6. Are you a night owl or a morning person?
I am a night owl who tries hard in the morning to open my eyes. hoot hootZZZZ
7. Do you prefer dogs or cats?
Dog. It looks BETTER in chain while walking. Meow!
8. What is the meaning behind your blog name?
Bite-size servings from imperfect BEING.
PLEASE JOIN THE FUN! COME ON COME ON!