Tomorrow, a lot of creatures will visit your door. Be open minded. The child who is grabbing more than one piece of candy might have poor fine motor skills. The child who takes forever to pick out one piece of candy might have motor planning issues. The child who does not say "trick or treat" or "thank you" might be painfully shy, non-verbal, or selectively mute. If you cannot understand their words
, they may struggle with developmental apraxia of speech. They are thankful in their hearts and minds. The child who looks disappointed when he sees your bowl might have a life-threatening allergy. The child who isn't wearing a costume at all might have SPD or autism. Be kind, be patient, smile, pretend you understand. It's everyone's Halloween. Make a parent feel good by making a big deal of their special child.
One month from now we will be able to see our house and the excitement it's giving me is indescribable. I almost see it, touch it and feel it. My prayer now is... that I may fall in love with our house and that every corner of it is beautiful to me. This become my prayer because when we were about to get the house we we're arguing a lot. I keep on telling him that I don't like the house and that his faith is too little. Hubby was mad at me for telling him that. But then I finally accepted the house wholeheartedly reason why my prayers is like that.
I hope I I have loads of space to do whatever I want to do, and hopefully too I'll be able to have a space for work out. I'm thinking of buying a bike (the one you use at the gym) for work out and who knows I might able to get a wrestling equipment too. It would be fun for friends and us to do such things together, or what I am hoping really is that "lancaster" will provide a gym area and would put a wrestling or boxing area too.
I can't help myself but holding my breath from excitements. Hubby and I went to the office requesting for a first visit and they scheduled it on the 15th of November. I really can't wait to finally moved to our dream house. Praying that it will soon be occupied with more people and not just us because it would creepy and super lonely if the other houses won't have people that lives in.
I remember when I was the secretary of our church before, my boss would asked me to put labels on our chairs so that we won't lost any chairs whenever we lend it to church members. But this was one of my problems before because I haven't found any blank label sticker and every time that I was being asked I've got reprimanded.
If those things happen this time only, I guess I will fall in love with my job, but I dreaded it before (I mean my being the secretary) I actually felt that I've even cursed for being such. hahaha.
Those were crazy times, times that I don't want to remember, specially with church members that are too perfect for me as secretary.
Saw "masarap diva" show of regine velasquez on gma 7 this morning. I was just surprised to know that regine came from not a well off family and her manager has even to asked pilita corales some dress for regine to use for some show. I've heard that she even cried once because it's almost her time to go up to the stage but she was not ready yet for her dress is late. So a singer friend lend her her dress.
My point here is... poverty is not indeed a reason for us to just embrace nothingness, co's if we only strive harder.. good thing happens.
Hubby and I went to a home depot store with a friend, of course the reason why we went there was because we were looking for some good granite and good tiles for our house (good but not expensive one). Looking at those good house stuff made me wish I have a big house (not that big big though) but just enough space a family of three (for now) but hoping we become a family of five.
How I wish I could get those beautiful lights, beautiful chandeliers and other really beautiful house stuff. Actually getting a plastic hinge for doors and cabinets is was one of our option to get for our doors and cabinets actually, because with plastic hinges it won't rust.
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