Yesterday, Kristofer and I headed for a little trip to Divisoria in search of suppliers and materials for the wedding souvenirs we will be making for the cousin of a dear friend of ours.
We wanted to create something as close to what they wanted as possible, and within the budget limit we were provided.
Golden tricycle + Wood flowers + Red ribbon! Oh, I can’t wait for the result! :)
Later, we will be working on quite a number of these! I’m all fired up because this is one of my dream jobs. SOUVENIR-MAKING!!!
Hoping it will turn out well(or superb)! :)
Filled with excitement,
Well you might think this too late for a post about the new year, but for me March is just the beginning of my 2014.
I left my previous job last December and from then on my mind has been exploding with ideas of what I would like to do next. I felt giddy. I found it hard to catch sleep. It also feels liberating. Almost everyday, I looked up on Pinterest, Etsy, Facebook, and numerous blogs until I came up with an idea of starting my own business.
I thought I might as well get risky and start a business now when I have little to lose, rather than later when I already have a family of my own. If I fail now, I’ll learn how to deal with it and won’t have regrets because I tried, and there are a lot more things that I am capable of doing.
The borders of entrepreneurship are endless.
I’d like to live my life artistically so I want my tiny business to have something to do with art and fun.
This March, I re-opened MA-ARTSY SHOP
And will go out on a venture with LIGHT SPARKLE PHOTOBOOTH
Also, this coming April with my mom
Everybody’s welcome to drop by and check us out!
Yes, I’m elated even if right now I’m still broke. I’m enjoying my time as a free spirit. Hehe. How about you, my friend, are you enjoying what you are doing?
At the end of the day, let’s make sure we keep this in mind(and heart):
"Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the LORD that will stand."
Something to remember my “first” with.
At first I got so freaked out I can’t even believe I signed up for this. Haha!
So, the company that I used to work for had a bloodletting activity last December. Since I had nothing much to do that day at work, I decided to give it a try. Prior to collection, we were screened for good health (and good blood). Well, the truth is that I was slightly not qualified for the weight requirement BUT the volunteer was kind enough to consider my desire to donate blood.
Here you see me as the needle is being inserted. Seems to look painful but it wasn’t. The volunteer had an awesomely light hand I didn’t feel pain.
Photo by Nurse Abbie
To cut the story short, I was able to fill one bag of blood. No sweat!
I am certain this won’t be my last.
Hooray for birthdays! I at least had a valid reason to bring together my family which happens only once in a blue moon.
L-R: My father Jun, brothers Mico and Popo, sister Baj, myself, and our dear princess Daynee.
My wish has been granted for which I am truly grateful to You, Lord!