The Season of Coffee & Manuals

The Season of Coffee & Manuals

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Hello, everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful merriment with your family and friends this season. I wasn’t able to receive a lot of toy gifts this year as I used to when I was a kid. Rather as I grew old, gifts perspectively became more of the nontangible — the gift of life, wisdom, peace and spirit within.
To God be the glory of our high spirits! After all, this season is a very significant part of my life as this is the time we remember the coming of Jesus, our Savior! That is the most precious gift I received this year! 🙂

Life doesn’t stop from here tho; We’ll be back to our daily routine soon and as the saying goes, what a man reaps, he shall also sow. So, you got to do what you got to do! Currently keeping up with the duties hoping that one day all the hard work would pay off with the help of His Grace; Went to a nearby coffee place for a day with high hopes of finishing at least a quarter or a half of what was needed to be done this Christmas break. I prolly would say this has been one fine, productive day as compared to my couch potato self at home! Haha.

Few days to go until the new year… I wish that we all have a very meaningful year-ender and welcome the new year 2016 with open arms as it unfolds! Toodles! ❤

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Who's in for a ride to a balanced life? I guess we all do! Hi! I'm Sandra — a medical doctor from the Philippines and this is my humble abode in the WWW. Here you will find anything rad — from stories about health, lifestyle, productivity hacks, to study tips, food, travel, and even snippets of my so-called Med Life. know more →

One thought on “The Season of Coffee & Manuals

  1. I strongly agree with he change of perspective about gifts as we grow older. I haven't really had a lot of tangible gifts this Christmas as well, but I'm thankful I was able to spend it with my family.

    Are you back to your regular routine by next year? If so, you're one lucky girl. I need to get back to work 28,29,31 then resume Jan 4. I wouldn't be spending New Year's Eve wih the family cos I work at night. So sad.

    You have a Happy New Year, S.

    – Clint |

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