Tag Archive: home and family

Sep 20 2013

For Another Year, Another Blessing

Today is the 20th of September, a day to celebrate the life of the most important man in my life (aside from my Dad). Mark, my husband is celebrating his 3_th birthday. More than enough, I am so thankful to God for bringing him into the world (or else I would be a lonely spinster!). After we met, …

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Sep 12 2013

5 Tips For Traveling With Family

Moms and dads traveling with children have to wear many hats as they occupy the role of travel agent, babysitter, bodyguard, and entertainer all in one. It doesn’t matter if you’re going to the in-laws for Thanksgiving dinner or traveling the world on the vacation of a lifetime — you’re bound to hit speed bumps …

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Sep 11 2013

Ride the Ducks San Francisco : Fun, Informative and Quack-tastic

* I was provided complimentary passes to Ride the Ducks San Francisco so that I can share my experience with my readers, however all thoughts are my own.    I've been looking forward to this Ride the Ducks experience, when we were finally able to set the date last month, I was more than excited to …

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Sep 11 2013

Thinking Ahead and Planning a Winter Vacation for the Family

*This is a guest post.  The pressure of the school year is upon families now.  Since summer vacation ended, the daily chaotic family routine returned and so does the stress involved. Instead of dwelling on whether or not the kids are doing homework at this moment, find a little time to look ahead at the …

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Jul 20 2013

Looking Ahead, Moving Forward

It has been more than a month since we moved into our new home. For the regular readers of MCM, you will remember that I have been talking about finding a new (mobile) home for the past months and just last month we finally moved into our new abode. I can really say now, MOVING …

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Jun 08 2013

How to Check Your Hotel Rooms for Bed Bugs

After what seemed like a never-ending winter for some parts of the country, more than three-quarters of Americans are planning to take a summer vacation. Now that summer is approaching, I know that most of us are planning our long-awaited getaways. Some people are really looking forward for this time of the year to take a …

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Jun 07 2013

Do you need air conditioner at home?

So this is the question : Do you need air conditioner at home? Here in San Jose, the weather has been hot for the past days averaging around 77 degrees and still getting hotter. I was able to tell the difference because I sweat now with just a little movement, and also my daughter who …

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Jun 06 2013

AMF Bowling's Summer Unplugged Program

Summer is here! Have you planned for the activities you and your kids will enjoy? Here’s another great event from AMF. KIDS BOWL FREE ALL SUMMER! Summer fun is just around the corner, and so are we. Sign-up for Summer Unplugged and Summer Pass now! Free bowling for kids all summer long! Kids registered in …

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Jun 05 2013

Teach your children about home security

*This is a guest post by Supercircuits. Home is supposed to be the safest place in the world for children. Unfortunately, it can become unsafe fast with an intruder or house fire. You can cut some of the danger by teaching your child how to be safe at home  If you’ve been putting off speaking …

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May 21 2013

In Service

I might have mentioned this a few times but I am proud of my husband. who has walked a long way to be where he is now in his faith. Below are his guitars during one night of tune up. He plays the bass in our church’s music ministry and in the absence of the …

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May 14 2013

Mother’s Day Aftermath

Mother's Day have always been sentimental for me even before I became a mom. It must have been because I know how a mother painstakingly endures everything and makes all the sacrifices in order to raise a child. The sentimentality intensified much more when I became a mom myself. This year is actually a year of …

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