so the guinea pig, without hair, does look like a pig.
Something triggered a painful memory and stirred doubt in me. I am reminded that it’s still a long way away from the grey clouds. Anxiety has crept in again.
Just when I thought that my day was gonna end with a tinge of sadness, I heard ‘TRUST’ in the midst of the many disturbing thoughts in my head. And I knew what it meant.
I will sleep in the happy thought that there’s a Divine Being up there Whom I should place my trust on, Who holds my heart like a precious jewel and will protect it no matter what. #100happydaysofisawgirl
Happy to have tep-tep blessed. Happy to be able to finish the last half of the newly-laundered clothes. Happy to have godmothers who are godmothers in every sense of the word. Happy to see a beautiful friendship that has lasted about half a century. Happy to be back at one of my favorite places. Happy for delicious carrot cupcakes compliments of @14fourcafe :) #100happydaysofisawgirl
A family that goes to gigs together, stays together.
From the 10 year old to the 76 (we weren’t even complete yet), we filled up probably a third of Saguijo. Surreal, as @thisis_julianne said.
I missed Saguijo.
Good dinner. Good music. Good company. All love. #100happydaysofisawgirl
According to TODAY.com, the Surrey, British Columbia student was inspired to create her own prom dress following a shopping trip with her mother. Despite finding a special dress to wear for the big night at a store, she was put off by its $700 price tag.
"We were driving in the car and I felt kind of selfish for how much it cost,” the 18-year-old told the news site. "My mom said, ‘You would look good in anything, even a garbage bag or a potato sack.’ And the idea kind of grew from there.”
Ditching the fancy gown, Barich announced she would make her own dress out of burlap if she could raise $10,000 to support an orphanage in the Philippines, where she will be traveling to with classmates in September.
"While I would love to join my peers and dress up in a glitzy dress for grad, I feel we are so spoiled as Canadian children and the need to wear that glitzy dress is not important," wrote Barich on her fundraising site.
Good job ka diyan, girl.
Source: The Huffington Post