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First let me tell you that I am not a fan of tattoos, I have never liked to get one on my body and I think it is because of those beliefs that made us believe since we were kids, that tattoos are related to bad things and to complete, in many jobs they do not accept people with this ink on their skin.
When I met my first husband, the father of my daughter Orismar, he only had a very small tattoo on his hand, he had gotten it during his military service, he told me that he liked tattoos, but his parents did not; however, he got that one.
Hello my dear readers, today I want to share with you an exciting experience that I have lived recently, after a long time, I have decided to dedicate a space for myself, beyond being just a mother, as a woman, I feel the need to keep learning and growing and that is exactly what I have been doing.
Sunday afternoon, when I decided to do an outdoor painting, and since I didn't have anything to do on Monday, I grabbed my camping equipment tho there was a typhoon on that day my eager self didn't hesitate. I said to myself that "There's no going back now"
My niece's first job after graduating from college was as part of the bar crew at one of Cebu's famous restaurants & bakeries, Dessert Factory. Do you know why she was so happy when she got this job? The reason was not solely about monetary gain, experience, and career growth, but also the restaurant's uniform color. She likes purple, and that's why she immediately grabbed this opportunity. I tried not to laugh when she shared this with me.
Allow me to shed light on the profound concept of ikigai, as I, Cmmndrbawang, share my personal insights into finding purpose and fulfillment in our professional responsibilities. Ikigai, originating from Japanese culture, refers to "a reason for being" or "a reason to wake up in the morning." As part of the Quality Assurance and Change Management Team, I am tasked with consolidating documents and serving as the all-around tech guy during our institution's Annual Planning. I find immense joy and fulfillment in my work, and it aligns perfectly with my ikigai.
As a result, what looked like a normal day turned into a day of laughter and smiles. We had a blast, letting our inner child come out in full and with the complicity of Íker, as soon as we arrived at the mall, we decided to let loose and have fun with all the attractions of the premiere of the aforementioned movie. Well, for my part I even dressed in pink.
First of all I want you to know that I had never been to a biker event, I didn't know what it was like, the only thing I knew was that it was an event about motorcycles and biker club and up to that point, but I was totally in the dark about it.
It should be noted that this was the second consecutive year that the event was held in the city, the first year I was going to go and we could not, so in this year I asked my husband how was it, when was it, how many people would attend, I never saw any publicity about it, so I did not know how it was handled.
As you could read in the title today I am going to talk about my friend Corina's 15th birthday party. Here in Latin America it is customary to have a big party when girls turn 15. And this was no exception, because my friend Corina had a big party, to which she invited me and I was able to enjoy a lot.
The setting is idyllic. In the heart of the Quénécan forest, on the banks of the Blavet, the Cistercian abbey of Bon-Repos raises its proud silhouette. Do you know his legend? It is said that, hunting in the region, Alain III de Rohan had an apparition of the Virgin who asked him to create an abbey on this site. He complied and founded Bon-Repos in 1184. Sold as national property during the Revolution, it was in ruins when a group of enthusiasts decided to bring it back to life in 1986.
when we arrive at our indian house there are plenty of coconuts awaiting us. from the oldest dry ones we make cocnut oil. this process requires many steps, none are particularly difficult but it is quite time consuming.