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2015: A Year I'm Most Thankful For

Today is the last day of 2015 and looking back this year is probably the most amazing year of my life.  In comparison, last year this time was the lowest point in my life. I cannot be more Grateful to God for turning my situation around and showering me with so much more than I could ever ask or imagine this year. I still remember listening to Pastor Prince's sermon on the year of restoration continuously in January and trying to believe that things will be better this year, and now I'm typing this out as a reminder of how God came through for me at my weakest. 

A long time ago, I heard pastor talk about how God will turn your weaknesses into strengths. I never truly understood that until now, to be honest I am really really really weak at cooking. In secondary school, my home economics teacher actually offered me the sample dish to bring home because mine was too horrible lol. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would ever be in the F&B industry. But now I actually own 2 churro shops (and I do love my job haha), definitely could not have done this without Him. 

Most importantly I am most grateful for having Kayla and D in my life. D and I have our ups and downs (a lot of downs actually lol), but we somehow always manage to make it through and still be a pillar of support to each other. I'm not sure about the future but at least for now I'm glad that he is both a friend and husband to me ♥︎ And of course, my Kayla bee is the best best thing that happened to me this year! She has taught me what true love and joy means, and because of her everyday I strive to be a better person because I hope that one day I can be someone worth her looking up to. 

Truly Thankful for everything good in my life this year, and looking forward to a wonderful 2016 ♥︎

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2015: A Year I'm Most Thankful For


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