Thursday, July 04, 2013

I love my new job.

They say waking up in the morning, really early in the morning, is one of the most noble thing a person can do. I agree! It's one of the hardest things to do. Though I already consider myself a morning person, if I hit the sack later than my usual sleeping time (which is at 8:00pm), waking me up before 5:00am the next day will mean war. I'm serious.

But all that changed when this "marriage" thing disturbed my then stable and comfortable life. In fact, this thing might actually have changed a LOOOOT of things about me drastically. Today, I'd like to share a part of this overwhelming transition. 

I have a new job. And it's called wifehood. Yes, I call it a job because it's not easy and just like any other, it needs serious work, great effort, passion, motivation, time management, patience, et cetera. It's been barely two months since I landed this position yet I can already and sincerely say how much I'm loving it just because it's rewarding and I feel that it changed me into a better person.

One responsibility that is part of my job description is to prepare breakfast and baon (packed lunch) for the husband so even though we usually retire at 9-10 in the evening, I have to wake up at 4am the next day. He has to be at work at 6:00am. Never mind that I myself have to be at work at 8am. I usually go back to bed for a 45-minute sleep once the husband has left anyway. So I have been doing this torturing heroic routine for weeks now and I didn't know I was doing great until this email woke up the zombie-mode corporate soldier in me upon checking my office email.

OK this might look trivial to you but this to me is like winning the Ms. Universe crown. Haha. Seriously. Not that I rarely receive any kind words or thoughtful appreciation from my husband because that is the opposite of true. He actually shows gratefulness to me every single day. Aside from quality time, I think his other main love language is affirmation as I am given my daily dose of that. Minsan nga overdose pa. I'm just so used to hearing it that seeing it written somewhere makes it a different story altogether. Knowing that your efforts are appreciated by the one person you truly love gives you a really wonderful feeling and makes you forget about the torture labor you had to go through to serve them.

Guess what? I got another one today.

Virtual boquet of roses! I thank God for giving me a resourceful, sweet, and very appreciative husband. Pagbigyan niyo na ang mga bagong kasal. :)

Hope you're having a fantastic almost-weekend.


  1. Aw! sweet! I miss being a newlywed!

  2. very sweet and thoughtful, kainggit naman :)


    1. I know. Thanks for dropping by :)

  3. Wow! Ang sweet! Nung nagpasabog si God ng ka-sweetan, yung hubby mo gising na gising! Hahaha! Habang yung bf ko, ayun natutulog. Hahaha!

    1. Haha bigyan mo nalang ng hint hint si bf para makaramdam :) I believe every man has a sweet bone in his body :)

  4. Awww you're hubby is sooo sweeet!!!

  5. Inspiring!I pray I will be able to do those stuffs as well when the right time comes...And i know na mlapit na un.Na-excite tuloy ako and at the same time na challenge!Oh my Ven!I salute you!Namamanage mu yung time mu..God bless your marriage!

    Ngaun ko lng nlmn ung blog mu.So far 2 na babasa ako and I'm starting to love your blog!♡♥♡

    1. Hey pretty! :) Wow, what can I say? I'm honored nandito ka! Thank you. Haha.

      I'm sure you'll be able to pull it off when the time comes. Do not underestimate God's grace. Remember it's sufficient. He won't allow you to be in a situation you can't handle.


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