Lynnie 's journey
How is everyone. As I promised, I will post a blog every wednesday, at least I will if I can remember the day! hehe. It's so difficult to be in this state at this time of year. It is worse than a war; we can't see our enemy! Let's be positive and help each other to move forward.
We should fight it together, support each other, help if we can, so we can defeat this pandemic worldwide virus. We all know that we're gonna win and the key is positiveness.
Here the the story of my husband Arthur. We met in Hong Kong April 10 2010, ten years now, in a train station well, not middle of the tracks and he's lucky he didn't pick me in a bar hehe. He saw me holding my big bag on the way to my new employer, and he ask me if he want to have a coffee, We didn't realize then that we are neighbors, so we are friends then, a month, then a year we loved, supported and we treasures each other.
It's not a perfect relation without the test of time; time will tell how strong we are. We are surrounded by bad and good people but is a choice to make. If we are lucky, people will be real and truthful. beware of people who will make a scapegoat of you to cover their own wrongs. My husband had a really difficult time before. He cried every night, he was depressed, stressed, and sad about what happened in his life, but i support him the best I can, show him how beautiful life can be, especially with the chance to live here. Acceptance is very important - is not easy but if you accept things that make you depressed or sad, you will feel better. Try to forget the bad things that happen and and carry on to move forward, I know it is really difficult but bit by bit you learn from it!
For me being a mother, wife and a bread a winner of the family, I'm lucky enough to support them, and I'm determined to make all my dreams come true. I'm looking forward to one day to helping more people and encouraging them to be positive in every way.
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Lynnie supported her elderly parents her working life – she still does. She’s the breadwinner of her family in the Philippines, Hard times and troubles have made her strong and determined and given her a really positive attitude. Now a fulltime housewife and a Mother, she still has time for her hobby, photography, and loves to share. She believes that being a positive thinker helps with stress management and can improve health. She is also member of the Rotary Inner Wheel Charity Organization in United Kingdom.