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to the canon photomarathon 2010, manila leg. Great shot, B. *grin green*

hello, everyone! i. miss. you. and our regular blog post (which i hope to resume starting this week) *here’s to a more organize blog regimen*

B and i spent the weekend in the white house, helping out plan an adventure-filled Dora-themed birthday party for Jajie (a literally pretty little bouncing baby girl who will turn 1 year old on February 2011), tasting Tita Vilma’s uber delicious Picadillo (which i plan on attempting to cook at home. yum!) , a day (more like an afternoon) trip to Island Cove, almost getting too close to a parrot, having the pleasure of meeting new French friends (and learning some French word or two, which I will share with you very soon!) and a surprise creative project that i will be doing for a friend (details soon).

i can’t believe we’re already on the first half of the month! it’s only a little over a month shy away from everybody’s favorite season — christmas but.. i couldn’t be more excited with my birthday coming up real soon. we’re planning on some little pretty celebration. *blush*

lots of exciting events and creative projects to look forward to. and to those who are facing fears in their journey towards their creative life, i share this with you.

“Get on with your own creative life. Ideas are free. They don’t cost you a thing. You can live in the world of thought all the days of your life and never go broke.

You will also die unfulfilled, because an idea that never incarnates, that never becomes physical and grounded in this world, will eventually feel like the most painful burden you ever had to carry – one that you can never put down.

People who have had near death experiences report that there is indeed a life review that happens upon our death, and that a part of that life review is to make note of what could have been in our lives had we chose otherwise.

Falling into that category are all the creative opportunities the universe provided for us that we let fall by the wayside because our fears carried more authority within us than our faith.

Trust in the life support system that is inherent in your creative spirit. You will draw to yourself all that you need as you need it, but you must first be willing to risk it all.”

– Caroline Myss, best-selling author & speaker.

Photo credits: Brian Sahagun


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