Friday, December 18, 2009

Friday Fill-ins #155



1. No, we will NOT having grand Christmas vacation but instead we'll go to a villa forest resort for a four-day camp meeting fellowship for the holidays.
2. I love having coffee at the old kitchen table.
3. I watched the steam rising from the hot cup of coffee (or tea) and thought: This will gonna be a relaxing day for me free of stress and work deadlines
4. I know everything is going to be okay as long as we care for each other.
5. I'll take care of your remembrance gifts to me.
6. It's only fair to give them their dues at least from my point of view.
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to finishing my house chores, tomorrow my plans include meeting up my high school friends at our Grand Alumni and Sunday, I want to check my brother's car for our travel next week!


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Changes in Budgetary Expenses

Time flies so fast and another year will soon be on its way. Come next year we’re readying ourselves for our dear daughter’s primary graduation on March and her entry on a Christian high school that we’ve selected for her. There’s so much to prepare and save for especially that her school fees are a lot higher than now. Our youngest will also graduate from preparatory school and will enroll in another school for primary education but with just a little increase in tuition fee.

As early as now DH and I are planning our financial expenses to cover all major changes in our budgetary allocation. It’s better to plan ahead of time so we’ll not be caught unprepared. Just like preparing ourselves for a cheaper car insurance on March in time for our car’s registration too. I know we can handle our financial income properly if we will have our list of things that we should prioritize.

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