It’s been a while since I have shared personal posts and updates here in any of my blogs because of professional tightness of schedule. I seldom share how my life has moved on and even mention how grateful, thankful and blessed I am.
Now, just give me a post to share my life’s gratefulness has been, that even in a most-single thing I had been very thankful, contented and happy with the things that God has provided to me and to my family.
People who knew me personally can attest how our lives been through. We are not rich, we do not have a golden spoon. But at least we can eat enough a day. Being on this situation does not mean I would be harrowed to face my future. But I rather chose to be accept what we had been through and promised to myself to at least become better compared to our past. I made sure that our past was a great lesson to learn and improve. And that is one thing I am very grateful for — grateful of our past that made me who I am now, to my parents and to my family, relatives and friends who up until now are still here to help and support me and my family to become better and to live this life more thankful and be blessed.
Indeed, I could say that thankful people are the happiest one. I never asked God for grandiose life way far from who we had been. But I only tried to become better and strive harder to provide more to my family. Although we really started from rags but I cannot say we are having the riches now, just at least we can buy what we needed more.
A good event planner will have the ability to turn your vision for your upcoming function into reality; ideally, he or she will also be able to do this within the budget that you have selected. Before hiring an event planner, it may be a good idea to consider the big questions surrounding the decision to ensure that both you and your guests have a great time at your next party.
1. First and foremost, an event planner should be passionate about his or her work. This is not a business that people typically enter just to make a decent living; if the event planner you are considering seems indifferent about the finer points of your function, keep looking.
2. Depending on the type of party you are planning, it may be a good idea to find an event planner who specializes in the type of function that you will be hosting. For example, a party planner for children may be great for your son’s first birthday, while a corporate event planner would be more appropriate for your company’s holiday gala.
3. Evaluate your potential event planner’s ability to organize and manage time before signing the contract; if he or she cannot handle dealing with the catering company, DJ, waitstaff and florist all at once, choose someone else. Similarly, your event planner should be able to demonstrate his or her resourcefulness; for example, if the caterer’s refrigeration system fails the night before your event, can the event planner be trusted to locate an alternative?
4. Once you have found several event planners who appear to be capable of handling the job, it is time to begin the process of interviewing each one. If possible, interview in person and ensure that you have the chance to look over each event planner’s total budget before signing a contract. As always, make sure that you check the references of your best prospect; after all, it is the best way to verify his or her reported experience.
Get Ready to Party
Assuming that your event planner is qualified to do the job, your party should go smoothly and you will have a stellar resource for future functions. Should you be dissatisfied with the event planner’s progress at any point, speak up; after all, misunderstandings over the details of your party do not have to sour this business relationship.
Listening to music offers us the best form of relaxation — it is easy and free! From classical to metal rock, these variety of music we listen to help us to be calm and tranquil at all times.
However, as much as we love to listen to music and enjoy its calming benefits, listening to music in loud volume is damages our hearing especially if in-earphones or earbuds are used. Any music resonating loudly from a fender t-bucket 300ce or even fom your ipod shuffle can both contribute to the loss of hearing.
Thus, it is important t control the volume in a minimal level.
Valentine’s day is just around the corner! This month of love, we must not only focus on the tangible gifts we can give to our significant other. Surely, the flowers, chocolates, teddy bears, and all the other stuff you could render as a present to your loved one are the easiest way to convey your unending love for them. You can communicate your feelings for them through all of these socially-constructed gifts. But do all of these matters? Well, for many, it could be a “yes,” since we are talking about yourself spending money to make someone happy. It could also be a “yes” because you just saved up all your allowance just to give your crush a beautiful bouquet of flowers. You could give a “yes” as an answer to this question due to many, probable reasons.
However, I personally think that your love for someone cannot be solely measured by the list of things you have given to him or her. The sacrifices you have secretly made for them are the best ones here you can offer. The effort you have exerted to put a smile on someone’s face is the best gift you could give. The understanding person you become when your significant other is down is also one way of telling them you are always there. All of these are more than enough to tell you really love someone. What really matters most is you knowing that you are trying to give your all just to make that special person happy.
It’s Mama Mary’s birthday today! A day to celebrate Her unending love and motherly care to us.
Mama Mary, I know I am not as often as I could pray for You but You know in my heart that You are always praised and loved. I will always be grateful and faithful of Your love to me.
Thank you so much Mama Mary for all the help and guidance to me and my family and friends.
Forever grateful, Gagay.