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Monthly Archive for June, 2010

major stress

PARENTS face two major stressful events each year – one is the Christmas season, and the other is the start of the school year. Both are stressful not only on account of the expenses we incur during these times, but more so because of the madding crowd found in the malls, shops and bookstores coinciding […]

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pain & glory 2

Thanks to “A Brain Wider than the Sky” (Andrew Levy, 2009, Simon & Schuster), I was able to understand what goes on inside a migraineur’s head, even though he had also excellently explained how there are really no words to express the pain and agony being felt when a really bad case of migraine hits […]

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lovin’ juno

Over the weekend, knowing that classes will be starting soon, I had an extra fun weekend with my daughters. Hubby was out of town on an office summer party-slash-team building bit and I took the chance to have some girl/ “sleepover” party with the “tres mikaelas” – that’s how I refer to our three lovely […]

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steel dragon

That great poet Rainier Maria Rilke once wrote: “…If only we arrange our life according to that principle which counsels us that we must always hold to the difficult, then that which now still seems to us the most alien will become what we most trust and find most faithful. How should we be able […]

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