Thoughtsoftheday: Parents should be regarded as superheroes because they sure have it tough

Hey, there everyone. Sorry for not posting for the past few days. It has been somewhat hectic and I impulsively took a mini break without letting anyone know. Sorry for that. 😛 Today’s post will be a combination of my What is Angie up to Mondays and my Thoughts of the Day Wednesdays.

Anyway, if you read my blog last week Monday you would know the reason why I have been so very busy lately. And the reason revolves around two pint sized humans who nowadays take up much of my time. :’D

After having spend much of my time with with these two kids (I am caring for) and their mother, I have a renewed respect for parents and parenting as a whole. Because, Lord have mercy, it is not an easy job at all. It makes me seriously consider if I ever want to have any kids of my own in the future. 

As sweet and adorable as they can be they can be just as troublesome and tiring. Not to mention, you have to be attentive at all times and having kids can cause lots of financial burdens. Of course, mentally I always knew this and I also knew parenting was not an easy job but to personally experience what it meant to be a parent was kind of overwelming sometimes. 

This experience has truly opened my eyes even though they are not mine and I can always return them to their mother when my job is done I will always have these experiences. And I think these experiences has also allowed me to understand kids just a little better. Especially, if from now on I want to continue writing children’s stories and books they would enjoy.

Thoughtsoftheday: Be patient

Hello, everyone. Today’s Thoughts of the day is all about: having patience.

There are people who have an almost  unlimited supply of patience, those who have some patience and those who have very little patience. I fall into the category of having some patience and once that limit is reached I become very irritated. Which category would you say you fall into?

Anyone can become impatient once their level of patience is reached, but as the saying goes “Rome was not built in a day”. Nothing much comes out of things acquired easily. It is always the hard and nearly impossible things that take a long time to achieve or acquire. And that is usually worth the wait.

Even I have ambitions and wants that I fully aware will require me to have patience for a long. Such as one day becoming a bestselling author. But that does not mean I have to quit when things are not going my way or when it takes too long time to fulfil. That is because I want it bad enough that I can wait for now at least.My time will surely come. It may not be now or it may not even be tomorrow but it will surely come. Always remember that: every small step eventually leads you to your goals. Just sit back and enjoy the ride.