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    Observed Earth Hour for the 8th Time

    We observed Earth Hour for the 8th time. My kids and I started participating every Earth Hour since 2009. I remembered the first time we participated in 2009. Our family shared a discussion over dinner why we were turning off the lights. During that time, it was already the second year since Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia. The mission of this movement is to unite the people around the world in protecting our planet, Earth.   Earth Hour is observed yearly one Saturday every March from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. As a family, we make it like an everyday thing. Not that we turn off the lights one…

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    Learning Aikido

    Just today, my two eldest children started their Aikido class. I decided to send them there as part of my personal concocted gadget detox program (to lessen their dependency on gadgets). I want them to learn different things aside from entertaining themselves with their gadgets all summer long. As I observed, both are a little awkward at first but they got settled in despite being the youngest learners in the class. I am hoping that as months fly by, they appreciate the arts even more. 21 total views, no views today Hits: 173

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    Family Bonding In Front of the TV

    Now that children take a break from school and get to spend most of their days at home, one perfect bonding activity for the whole family to try is to spend time catching up on all your favorite movies and series on TV! It is something everyone, child and child-at-heart alike, will enjoy. It is a perfect thing to do on a hot summer day when you do not want to leave the cool and comfort of your home. And you do not even have to break the bank. All you have to do is check out the cheapest sky package and get one for the family, that is if you haven’t got…

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    Congratulations to Micah Izabel!

    Today, another milestone happened. My eldest daughter, Micah Izabel, graduated from grade school! She didn’t bag any honors but she got the most creative ribbon. Honestly, I am so happy that she graduated. She never complained transferring four times in a span of six years. She just followed us wherever life takes us. She is brave, strong and very intelligent. To my beautiful daughter, congratulations for a job well done! Continue to be a good daughter! High School is another challenge but I am sure you won’t have any problem because you are already equipped with the charisma, intelligence and wisdom God has bestowed on you. I love you so…