Tuesday, September 15, 2009

7 Blissful Years

Hubby and I celebrated our 7th wedding anniversary last September 11. How time flies! It’s like it’s only been yesterday since we got married. Time flies so fast when you’re having fun. It doesn’t mean though that we didn’t have problems in our married life. Of course like all married couples, we had our ups and downs. There were some minor misunderstandings, trials, health and financial problems but we survived it all with God’s help. Interracial marriage needs a lot of adjustment especially we came from different culture and race. Being married with my hubby for the past 7 years, I got to know him a lot better and vice versa. I can’t thank God enough for giving my hubby to me who love me unconditionally. I pray to the good Lord to give us more years of being together because I want to grow old with him and he with me and together we will serve and worship the Lord all the days of our lives. Read about our wedding anniversary celebration here.

It’s Been Ages…

…since the last time I updated this blog. I know I have neglected posting here and the main reason is I just felt lazy updating this blog. I have 6 blogs and it’s time consuming updating all of them. I ran out of topic that I can write and it seems that my brain is not really working if I’m not in the mood to write.

We’ve been here in the Philippines for more than 8 months now and I’m loving it here. I get to eat all the foods that I’ve been craving when I was in the states. Vegetables here are cheap and the fish are fresh. My hubby and I have been enjoying all the foods here and we both gained weight already. This is the part that I don’t like. I hate to say that I’m 9 lbs heavier already. Blame it to the foods that are so yummy!!! No, I’m not the one cooking, it’s my brother Celso. He is such a good cook. My hubby’s favorites here are adobong pusit (squid), fried pusit, grilled pusit… As long as it’s pusit, he will eat it no matter how it’s cooked. Lately, string beans are so abundant here and if the supply is high, the price is low. So we’ve been buying it almost everyday and my brother cook it as dinengdeng mixed with other veggies and fried fish. Sometimes he cooked it as adobong sitaw. My hubby got tired eating it and he said how he wish they will increase the price so we will not buy it no more, he-he!