I would like to give thanks to all these products for the high quality they serve to us. A mother is a mother. All we want is the best for our family.
Contadina. Yummy! Pasta! Noche Buena would not be complete without pasta!
Tupperware is our favorite plastic-ware. Sturdy, strong and its plastic doesn't smell bad, Tupperware is the best to serve all the food in for everyday use and for all occassions. Yes, all of us moms admit we have at least three Tupperware plasticwares we use at home.
Lorenzana Lorins Patis and Lorins Bagoong Alamang Guisado, ahhhh my favorite! I can eat rice with just patis or fish sauce as my "rice flavoring"! And add up Lorins Bagoong Alamang Guisado. Yummy!!!
myPhone watch. Cute and sporty watch from myPhone, a mobile phone brand that doesn't costs too much, and yet gives the quality we want and need.
VillaDelConte chocolates is perfect to give to everyone, especially their dark chocolate. What I love about Villa Del Conte is that they have their chocolates in "Thank You" and "Merry Christmas" packaging, perfect for Christmas and other occassion giveaways and as a special gift.
Arla. I love Arla! Their cheese spread and milk tastes different from others. Quality product indeed!
Poetry Magnets would surely make us busy creating and looking for those magnet words to make poems, sayings and those "hugot" lines. This is the perfect gift to your friends. Very unique! Take note, they also have Tagalog words!!! I love their "hugot" magnets.
And what's more special about this Christmas? I got a gift from Mommy Eli of http://www.mywondermom.com. Mommy Eli is a wife and a new mom. I didn't expect to receive books. But yes, I did receive books. I am not fond of reading books. But when I saw the title of the books, I like to ask Mommy Eli, "Hey Eli! Do you have ESP?"
The books are "The One Lesson That Changed My Marriage" and "The 5 Love Languages". I did some quick turns on some of the pages of the books and thought of if I can only throw those books to my husband right into his head and tell him to read those. But wait. I remembered he doesn't know English.
We've been married for exactly 10 years and he is still clueless on how to respect me as his wife and as a person, although I can see that he has slowly changed to better. Age has to do with it I guess. And on the exact 10th year which is just last month, I noticed that he has changed a lot. We're even in a conversation wherein he told me, "That was before." Did he loeers down his pride? I do not know. Country, generation, culture, environment, upbringing, genes and his own self molds him into what kind of person he is before. But he changed because of experience, maybe. Or is it because I am earning a lot since last month??? I do not know.
But it's a long span of time before I am getting my respect. Everything has already changed me. I became so strong that I felt I am a single mom even with him. It feels like I only have a partner in bed only whenever he wants it (because that's how he wants it before), and I have a partner wherein we are supporting each other financially for us and the kids. Whenever I am outside the house, I felt "alone" with no husband and kids. I am ready to leave my kids to him to save my sanity. That's how worse my sitiation before. And that thinking didn't leave me up to now.
So I guess the books are meant for me after all. Writing this posts is making me cry. I would really like Eli for the books. I would read them word per word. Thank you very much. And I would like to ask you again, do you have ESP? :)
All those products, Contadina, Tupperware, Lorenzana Lorins Patis and Lorins Bagoong Alamang Guisado, myPhone watch, VillaDelConte chocolates, Arla, Poetry Magnets, and of course the books I got from Eli, are wonderful gifts to me this Christmas.