HOW WAS YOUR TUESDAY?

HOW WAS YOUR TUESDAY?

Hi friends, how are you doing and how was your day? I hope you had a great one. My Tuesday was typically tiring. I just finished unpacking all boxes in the living room and kitchen areas. Thank God! The master bedroom is getting straightened a little. Sean and I were able to hang clothes in [...]

First Week In Our New Place

First Week In Our New Place

Yay, we finally moved into our new home! And it will be our first week tomorrow since we moved in. I'm sure you know moving is not an easy thing. It's very stressful and very tiring. Right now, we are trying to regain our strength back. Me, personally? I haven't had a nap for three [...]

Moving To A New Home

Few more days and we are moving to this beautiful home. Thank you, Lord! Of all the house listings we checked, this is the only home that Sean and I both admired so much. We both fell in love to this house since the very first time we found this house online. And usually, when [...]

THERE IS SOMETHING GOOD EVERYDAY

In this world of chaos, we are right now; I firmly believe that there is always something good every single day. There's still love, hope, faith, kindness, forgiveness, and a helping hand within us. The situation that we are dealing with right now in our everyday lives, we are all in this together. With this [...]

BE SAFE EVERYONE

BE SAFE EVERYONE

Hi friends, how are you doing? I hope you are all doing great. Happy Easter to you all! We canceled our Easter egg hunting due to the weather we had today. We had severe weather today - Sunday (April 12, 2020). Storms hit in Ouachita Parish (where we live), causing damages in the area. So [...]

Equate: Over-The-Counter Allergy Pill That Works For me

Equate: Over-The-Counter Allergy Pill That Works For me

The Spring season is also allergy season. Every Springtime, I always suffer from allergies, sneezing, itchy eyes, and nose—one of the reasons why I don't like Springtime. I can't go out even in my backyard without taking an allergy pill first. Sometimes I forget to take it, and sometimes I chose not to take it. [...]