Unexpected love story


The more obvious change is how you’ve turned our living space to your living space. The living room has a pram across each end, the coffee table has a rocker for centerpiece, there’s a big box of an unopened high chair in the kitchen, and colorful clutter — rattles, blankies, milk bottles, small clothes — […]

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Day 285


We’ve been on the journey of battling PCOS for almost 2 years now, intermittently on the first year and religiously for the past 4 months. Despite having a number of people understand what we’re going through, there’s still a greater majority that don’t fully grasp the physical, emotional, and psychological impacts of it. There is still […]

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Day 165


I am absolutely miserable. No one would probably know how much but me. Perhaps it wasn’t really a surprise, I was already taking steps for it not to happen but maybe I wasn’t fast enough or urgent enough or sensitive enough. Now that it’s done, there might not even be any benefit of trying to […]

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Faith that transcends gender


It’s rare that I get to have meaningful conversations that do not involve work when at the office but today, I was lucky enough to have some downtime with very interesting people. A friend shared with us that he had prayed to God to give him a sign if being gay is really a sin. […]

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Health is wealth!


After a few days of not feeling well and more days of getting worse, I finally conceded to seeing a doctor. Now except for cough, occasional colds, and a really hoarse voice, I actually felt fine. Thankfully the Medical City ER was not so full when we went and it took only a few minutes […]

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I have great friends!


Someone made me realize that the I have great circles of friends — circles because I have more than one. They’re not afraid to tell the truth or to break bad news. Of course, this can be very uncomfortable at times but it keeps all of us grounded. They don’t take sides! Another great realization […]

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