6 Ideas on How to Use Emotion to Help You Change Your World

Live, love, and be caring as if it is your last day on earth!

Dream Big, Dream Often

I did not post my thoughts on Friday for the 9/11 memorial.  Every year I have paid my respects to the men and women that lost their lives that day by watching the replay of that morning in its entirety.  This past Friday was no exception.

It always brings back the emotion in its exactness and always puts life in perspective.  Life in the United States has changed dramatically since that day and I am sure will continue to change for quite sometime.  I hate seeing the people jumping from the Towers, I hate seeing the people running for their lives, I hate watching the buildings collapse.  It makes me sad, angry and motivated.

Featured Image -- 5816Many times in life it takes some type of ultra-emotional event to prompt us to take action.  Whether it is a heart attack that convinces us to finally shed a few pounds or someone…

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We Did It!

But I Smile Anyway...

We, seriously, WE did it… Actually YOU did it!

Thank you so much for helping to make my 40th birthday dream come true!

Over 30 of you reblogged my initial post, and so many people, new members of my Blogily, hit that follow button! You seriously made my day/week/month/birthday!!!

It’s times like this when I know our community is so strong, and if you do care for your blogily, they’ll look out for you too!
Huge thank you again to you all!

So, my dear new friends, what to expect from me…

I’m a wife, mum, daughter, sister, and teacher… Inspiration comes from all these roles, and I try to use my personal experience to write.

You will meet my Hubby Dearest, Lil Man, my 10 year old son, Lil Princess, my 7 year old daughter, and Sonu Singh, our Punjabi Kitty, among others along the way!

I am a…

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A Little a Request

But I Smile Anyway...


Hi there Peeps!

Hope you are gearing up for a great weekend!

I have a little request, just wanna see if something can be done….

It’s my biggie birthday (40! Eeeeek!) soon, in a couple of weeks, and I was thinking to myself how great a present it would be to hit 1000 followers on WP by then… (I’m a couple away from 900 at the moment…)

This is where you, my lovely Peeps, come in.

Could you share/re blog this post, and see how many new followers I can get, and see whether I can hit that target?

(But only if you wanna!)

Foor those contemplating hitting that ‘Follow’ button, let me tell you a bit about me… I’m a mum, wife, daughter, teacher…. Heck I’m a woman!

My mission in life is to keep smiling, and to hopefully bring smiles to your life too.

I like to post…

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Winter Outings – Australian Steam & Locomotive Museum Pt 2

For those of you who love locomotive toys and those whose hobby is to collect toy trains, you might want to check this out… the photos are really awesome.

Julie Powell - Photographer & Graphic Artist

Last week I did a post about the Australian Steam and Locomotive Museum,but I did not put in any images of the Model Railways, I just had so many. So this week I thought I would do another post just on the model railway. It has all been built by hand and there was such a collection. I do not really know anything about model trains, so I wont even try to dumb my way through it. However the gentleman was very helpful and let me over the railings with my tripod, he stopped and started the trains whenever I wish and placed various items as I wished – it was great. He patiently answered all of Moth’s questions, they happily chatted away, while I happily clicked away 🙂

Anyway not much more to say, so I will just leave you with a gallery of some of the images…

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The Full Moon Rising…

I saw the full moon tonight hiding under the cover of the clouds… And I remembered my “The Full Moon Rising” photo which I took last March of this year… 🙂

Photo ni Ompong

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The scene was magnificent… But mixed with an eerie color that seems to forebode horror!

It was about 6PM and I was at the Guadalupe Bridge in the City of Makati on my way home.

As the Sun was setting on the West, I saw the moon rising near the East. The reddish aura of the setting Sun made an eerie “blood red” color from where the moon was rising…

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