Showing posts with label Philippines. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Philippines. Show all posts

Meeting the Paris Family in Austin Texas

After visiting the Texas State Capitol Building today, we went to see my cousin Joyce and her family. Manang Joyce Wasit is a cousin of mine married to Manong Gilbert Paris. They have blessed with a with one and only daughter Gillean Paris. Manang Joyce came from a very wealthy family because her dad was a contractor. According to my Mom, Leather Coin Purses Prank Moves Handmade Leather Bullfrogs from Philippines

Ships from the United States.
Prank your relatives or family with this real frog. There is no smell or it doesn't stink. 
Eyeballs are plastic and it is perfect to prank your wife, your husband, or your kids.

Igorot People of Philippine Island

“Many desperate acts of courage and heroism have fallen under my observation on many fields of battle in many
parts of the world. I have seen last-ditch stands and
innumerable acts of personal heroism that defy description
but for sheer breathtaking and heart-stopping desperation,
I have never known the equal of those Igorots. Gentlemen,
when you tell that story, stand in tribute to these
gallant Igorots.” - Gen. Douglas MacArthur 

I was wearing a combined attire of the tribes of Igorot.
Have you heard the word "Igorot or Igorota" or a group of people called Igorot? If you didn't meet any Igorot yet,

The Pences-Day 4 in Texas

Living in a mobile house will be adventurous for our family. I think I kinda knew what is like because our very first house in the Philippines was a mobile home too but in Tagalog we call it "bahay-kubo" means nipa hut house. The nipa hut is made of bamboo walls, tucked leaves for a roof, and four-post on top of four flat stone foundations.

Being a Little Doctor to GrandMa Lucia

Today we visited Mom and the kids had fun checking on Mom's heart rate. Everybody thought that was a cute gesture. My little kiddos prayed for their grandma too and talked to her. But since my Mom has a stroke

First Time To The Philippines 2015-The Pences Filipino-American Kiddos

Little Adam and Sia enjoyed the Philippines despite Grand Ma Lucia's sad situation. My kiddos experienced wonderful things and they told me that they would love to come back again. The picture below is

Mom Lucia Made It-God Saw Our Tears and Heard Our Prayers

It was hopeless to see Mom in her ventilator and all of those tubes around her body to keep her alive. My Dad and my brothers and some of our relatives who helped us taking care of Mom manually pump the Ambu mask for her. Because her body cannot take the pressure of the ventilator herself. The doctors told us that she cannot make it so everybody was waiting on her to give up her ghost. Her body was so weak and fragile. Some of my Mom's relatives already said their goodbye to Mom Lucia but my family and I still have hope.

And you know during the time that my Mom needed the doctor, she was violated. I said violated because according to my Dad, one morning a group of practice students came and took Mom from her room. My Dad asked why and they said they are going to operate Mom. My Dad doesn't know that she was going to have an operation that day. Then after a few hours, they brought Mom with many tubes in her body. My Dad's suspicion was those students came and practice on their dying patient. This is the reason I don't trust doctors and nurses.

My heart was aching to see my beautiful Mom in a bed like that. I remembered what I said to my Mom before I left the Philippines seven years ago. I told her that next time when we play scrabble I will make sure that I will win. My Mom didn't step high school but she is very good at scrabble games. Now she cannot do it, ughhhh.

One of my brothers called me, I can't remember who (we were at home in Bilis, the Philippines that Mom opened her eyes many times. We were all relieved, this means! God saw our tears and He heard our prayers that He will extend Mom's Life. Praise the Lord!
Taking selfies inside the small hospital room of Mom Lucia.
That is why those doctors and nurses in that hospital and to all who saw my Mom dying were so surprise that my Mom was sitting down, alive, and well to undergo her dialysis. God is so good to Mom and to our family. Praise the Lord! He answers prayers.

“Mom is Dying, Please Come Home”

In June 2015, when my brother Lando called me that our mother was very weak, with severe kidney problems. She was against the idea of dialysis because she saw the fate of some of our neighbors who died after 5 years, some 7 and the longest life span is 10-15 years. One week before Halloween, this time I received an urgent call from my brother to come home urgent ASAP

Lyn Pence Biography

 My Real name is Rudelyn Pence. I am an Igorota, from the Philippines but currently living here in America. I am not seriously deaf, I can still hear when people talk to me face to face. I am a Mommy of two and a wife of a handsome man from Texas. I speak 5 languages but this doesn't make me a genius. My husband loves me being a short woman of 4 feet and 9 inches tall.

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