Cutting Ties …

« The great thing about new friends is that they bring new energy to your soul » – Shanna Rodriguez

I guess that’s one way of seeing it. Personally, I think making friends as adults is a bit tricky. My childhood friends are gems because no matter how long we don’t see each other, when we do, it doesn’t feel like time has passed. Somehow, we are able to pick up where we left off.

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Moving to France … (7th year anniversary)

When Baby Girl was born, the Husband and I decided to move to France. The obvious reasons were first financially, of course. Why else do so many Filipinos move to other countries, right?!  Second, I’m half-French and so is Baby Girl. I wanted her to grow up and know the French culture first-hand. Kinda like I did many years ago. As far as I can remember, my childhood years in France were some of the best years of my life. But that might also be because my mom wasn’t sick yet. My dad used to work a lot, so it was just me and her. I’ll always be thankful for those years because that’s how I like to remember my mom.

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A Friendship Breakup: Cutting Him Out of My Life

Any break-up is tough. We’ve all been through them. You cry, you eat a little too much ice cream and chocolate, you get a horrible haircut, and you spend what little money you have left shopping for things you absolutely have no use for. Eventually, you tell yourself you’re an amazing person who deserves someone equally as amazing.

But what do you do when it comes to a friendship? Most cases people naturally drift away from each other. We blame life, work, or responsibilities. But let’s be honest if you let these things come in the way, then perhaps the friendship was just not worth it.

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