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A Year of Blessings

Jose Mari Chan definitely had the right idea when he sang the Christmas song Count your Blessings (Instead of Sheep).  The year 2010, although stressful, has indeed reminded me that despite the everyday challenges, there are still a lot of things to be thankful for.  Here are just a few...

1. Months of preparation have finally led to my being wed to one of the greatest guys on earth last January 2010.  Looking back at all the headaches and fights done during the preparation was all worth it in the end.  We are happily married and plan to stay that way til forever.

2. After 4 years, I was finally able to graduate and obtain my Master's degree last September 2010.  It has been one grueling ride, but well worth seeing that diploma in my hand.

3. From September to December 2010, I spent these 4 glorious months with my Hubby, an OFW in Singapore.  We had late night movie marathons, I cooked and cleaned for him, he took me out on special dates.  It was blissful as we had always been in a long distance relationship even before.  It was nice to have a normal relationship for once.

4. Hubby and I found out we were expecting our own little bundle of joy last November 2010.  We are excited and cannot wait to welcome the Little One to our small family.

This is just the tip of the iceberg.  In life, although tragic, there is always that ray of light that makes us smile.  So cheer up!  And when you find yourself losing sleep over life's issues, count your blessings instead of sheep.  =)


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