Month: December 2010


The day felt so short. It’s almost ending and I wonder whatever did I do today. The day was heavy, it felt like a dull ache, barely there but one that I could feel nonetheless. I remember two moments of happy- reading a book on a mouse who snuck up Santa’s sack and another moment […]


Take a Break

My children snatched me and took me to the park today, to listen to the Madrigal Singers. Pure voices all in harmony, serenading us with Christmas carols under a tree of lights. Thank goodness for children and their sixth sense. They knew I needed to return to innocence, when I can hearken to the voice […]