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the man behind the camera

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March 9, 2011

{Photo taken last March 9, 2011. Mirror shot while I try on a hat.}

the man behind the camera

is the man behind my big appetite for life.

the man behind the most entertaining jokes hence the man behind my hysterical and roaring laughter.

the man behind mars that only makes me feel good even if i am from venus.

the man behind the creative world that invite the artsy in me.

the man behind the smiles, the laughter and the joy in my heart.

the man behind the hopes, the dreams and the aspirations i continue to nurture.

the man behind the inspiration to live a creative, happy and fulfilled life.

the man behind me when i’m badly down with an illness,

is the same man behind me when i’m bursting with love and energy i could not contain.

the man behind the camera is the man behind my wonderful life, my joyful heart and my sweet soul.

i will forever be grateful for sharing my everyday with you.

i love you, darling with all my heart.

P.S. I sneaky sneak into his photograph collections and took this photo.

Photo credit to you!

I have a blog!

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As I read my daily dose of inspirational quotes, I stumble upon a few lines from Napoleon Hill’s best-selling book, Think and Grow Rich.

8. PROCRASTINATION. This is one of the most common causes of failure. “Old Man Procrastination” stands within the shadow of every human being, waiting his opportunity to spoil one’s chances of success. Most of us go through life as failures, because we are waiting for the “time to be right” to start doing something worthwhile. Do not wait. The time will never be “just right.” Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along.

 

 

 

9. LACK OF PERSISTENCE. Most of us are good “starters” but poor “finishers” of everything we begin. Moreover, people are prone to give up at the first signs of defeat. There is no substitute for PERSISTENCE. The person, who makes PERSISTENCE his watch-word, discovers that “Old Man Failure” finally becomes tired, and makes his departure. Failure cannot cope with PERSISTENCE.

This got me – “…because we are waiting for the “time to be right” to start doing something worthwhile.” I have been stalling on something that I love doing – sharing stories in the hopes to inspire the creative and the positive in each and every one of us, including myself. I have managed to come up with all of the possible excuses to not post anything new, to post something; I don’t have the time, my laptop is broken, I haven’t exported the pictures so on and so forth.

Then one day it dawn on me, I’ve got so much stuff I want to share, so many things I want to contribute and it’s just piling up day after day after day.

I’d like to start anew and adopt a new motto: I love Nike’s slogan even more – “Just do it!

P.S. Thanks to all of you who keep on visiting this blog — you continue to inspire me. XOXO

Happy New Year!

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{ Meet my new friend, Daphne, from one of the Christmas parties we attended last December. Isn’t she pretty? 🙂 }

Hi friends! First of all, Happy new year! 2010 has been a good and exciting year and I look forward to more great happenings to share with you this year.

I apologize for being MIA for a month! Big changes knocked at my doorstep towards the end of the year and I could not resist to take on the challenge.

Holiday season have been hectic but so so fun! Eating lots of good food, spending time with family and cuddling with my darling.

{ love spending time with my darling B}

Christmas vacation is over, and it’s back to work for me. And I try to squeeze in a little blog post to say Hello to you, all!

I hope the holidays brought a lot of new memories for you to cherish this year.

And though I greet the year with a big sneeze (yes, my colds is back after the holidays) I still greet you with a big smile! I’ll share a lot with you one at a time.

Photos by: Brian Sahagun