Tuesday, August 31, 2010


Here's a quick update of my life in the last few month:

1. I'm still working
2. Perry started walking at 10 month's old.. yehey!
3. My mom's visa was extended for another 6 months

Sunday, July 25, 2010

The best online school for a military wife

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ashworth College. All opinions are 100% mine.

It's a tough job being a military wife, we constantly move a lot and transfer to other places. There are many things that we experience on our daily life. My husband just came back from his deployment in Afghanistan, I was left with my two kids. I became independent, I did things that I didnt know I'm capable of doing.

There are also advantages of being a military family, aside from it's job stability and good benefits. I had the opportunity of studying online, through a scholarship given to  us, it was such a big blessing.
As of now, there are 4,000,000 students taking online classes, it is very convenient especially if you have kids. You can do your school work at home, thus, thus cutting the cost of childcare and commuting to a regular school.
Ashworth College is named the 2010 GI Jobs military friendly school , they offer more than 100 + accredited career diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree and many more. Plus, you don't have to worry about PSC'ing because all their classes are online, so you can take it with you everywhere. They participate in Military benefits and educational programs: DANTES, Service members Opportunity Colleges (SOC) , A.C.E. ,GI Bill, MyCAA .  I got my scholarship through MyCAA by the way, which was very easy to apply, and they approve me quickly. I dont have to worry about paying it back, it is absolutely free for active military spouses, if you qualify. Ashworth College offers, affordable tuition fee and zero interest payment scheme, there are no entrance exam to be accepted. They are  very military friendly school.

If you are a military wife, who is looking for a portable career, or a work at home job, then grab this opportunity to study, then choose a school that will cater to your needs . In this economic down turn, we all need to help out, to provide extra income to our family and taking extra step, will contribute to our families. My husband's paycheck is not a lot, that's why I have been working to help out with our expenses.

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I havent updated this blog in a while, ive been very busy with my work lately.
I didnt have enough time to think and sit down and blog anymore, I miss blogging and the friends that I met  here. It is just sad that my work take up all of my time, and I have to attend to my kids needs too.
There are many thing's that I did on my own when Jason left for Afghanistan. I got a drivers license , register my eldest son to part day pre school, and many more. I also met a lot of Filipina here on base which Im very thankful for, it's not so boring anymore because i get to hang out with them once in a while.

My husband just got back from his deployment, so we were able to visit NYC a few days ago and Im sharing some of our pictures.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

My husband is deployed and I got a job

As many of you noticed that I am not active in blogging anymore, my husband went to Afghanistan a few days ago and i got a job here on base at the BX/PX. When my mum came here last month I went on job hunting right away, luckily I got hired recently and has started working since last Wednesday. I also met a lot of Filipina here, they have been really nice and helpful to me, im so thankful that Im friends with them, im not so homesick anymore..

Anyways, Im going to share some our pictures  this month, Jaden won a prize during the easter egg hunt yesterday, Perry is 6 months old and my mum met a lot of friends here and I think she has adjusted very well to the environment as well. 

Friday, February 19, 2010

my mum is here

Yesterday my mom arrived from Pinas.. yehey... shes still adjusting to our time and i hope she will like it here!! here are some of mama's pics..



 snow on the ground

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

She's coming

We already bought my mom's ticket to come here  in the States. She will live on Feb.17 in Butuan to Manila via PAL then she will just wait at terminal 2 for a while for her international flight. She will arrive in BWI on Feb. 18 t around 10 AM. I just hope that next week we wont have any snow storm, there are already flight cancellation in BWI. We just had over 3 feet of snow last weekend and tonight looks like we are going to have 10-20 inches of  snow..
Anyway, Im quite excited that after a almost a year im going to see my "mama"... i hope she gets here safely!

Friday, February 5, 2010

Snowy Weekend!


taken last Dec. 19, 09 when we had a 22 inches of snow

We have a severe weather advisory here in Maryland, we have a snow storm today until tomorrow. It's already snowing right now, we should suppose to to have 16-24 inches of snow. A snow doesnt really bother me that much since I just stay at home most of the time. I really commend how how fast they clear up the road after a big storm, our local heroes here are the plow truck drivers, who works overtime to plow the roads every snow storm, the USPS mail man who deliver our mail even when its snowing. I noticed that we always have snow storm during weekends, which is good since most people do not have to go out and work.