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Celebrate Life


In the middle of this oh-so-busy life, take time to slow down. Smell the roses. Appreciate NOW. Live in the moment. No more obsessing about the past, and try not to stress about the future. Be in the moment and live for today.
No matter where you are at in this lifetime, you are where you are supposed to be. There are no accidents, enjoy your journey. And know in your heart, that everything is going to be A-OK.



Hello love,
    It's Spring Time and wild dlowers are out and looking sooooo pretty. They make me so happy. The weather is so beautiful that makes me want to go out and truly enjoy my day. I still can't believe sometimez, that our business is part of the paper crafting community. I feel so humble with this experience and our Journey. I will be forever grateful for our customers, amazing business owners that offered and still ofders their guidance and support. I sit here sometimes still trying to pinch myself. I am so grateful. Life is so good. We are working on some new products that we are hoping our customers will love. I am so scared but very excited at the same. And again, I still can't believe that it will be a reality anytime soon. 😊

My Prima Traveler's Journal


Chicago Adventures


Another roadtrip for the Ralston family. We had  a mini getaway to the Windy City. It was quick and sweet. The main purpose is because I needed to renew my passport and Chicago is where the closest Philippine embassy from where we live.

It was still surprisingly chilly. And for both days that we were there, it was rainy and yucky.

We stayed in the downtown area. Traffic and parking can be quite difficult in big cities. So we ended up parking our van in the hotel valet (cost $60 per night!) And used uber as our main source of transportation.

We didn't really get a chance to roam around the city because of the weather. But we managed to do a little bit of shopping, well just the kids really. Zyon wanted to go to Jordan's store and picked up some tennis
shoes for both of them.

We had lunch at Giordano's..Lesson learned, next time, go there an hour before you start getting really hungry. Because they are really busy. The food take forever. And with two stinky kiddos forever meant a d felt like forever. Ha!

But it was fun, although we were missing our eldest daughter Jazzle who stayed with my mother in law.

Until next time,

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