Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Mango - P365 # 102

Mango is one of the most abundant fruit in a tropical country like Philippines. I was lucky when I was conceiving with my first child because I was still in my country and Mango is one of the fruits I ate a lot.  No wonder my daughter love this fruit very much.  
April 12, 2011:
  • It is cold and raining here at our end.  I am glad that I was able to finish  my vegetable garden yesterday.  My body is so sore right now but it was worth it.
  • Ms. Burrito did not go to school today.  We brought her to the doctor due to her pink eye.  It's looking well now compared yesterday when she arrived from school.  My daughter seldom got sick  with her 4 years of existence but she started going to school, that's when it started arrrghh..
  • We dropped by at my FIL after the the doctor.  Hubby talked to his brother on the phone and found out that the Mass he has  from his lung is indeed a cancer.  It is the same as what my MIL got  that took her life.  Please include my BIL in your prayer.  We don't want to tell my FIL about it because we don't want him to worry and get sick too.
  • We have fried chicken and vegetable salad for  dinner today.
  • I am on my last load  of the laundry.  Hubby started this morning and I am now finishing it.
  • Hopefully I could bloghop tonight after the kids goes to bed.  Thanks everyone for your visit and comments.

12 delicious comments:

Roger Owen Green said...

We had mango just this weekend!

Yes, pink eye is a pain, more for the parent who has to stay home - schools are terrified of iot, but the child (if my daughter's the gauge), doesn't feel that sick.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Verna Luga said...

ay oo.. ABC pala no.. geezz.. basta walang klase makalimutan ko na araw.. lolz.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Yes, mangoes are the sweetest and most delicious fruits in the world. Yes, I will pray for your BIL and also for Rylie. By the stripes of Jesus they are healed. Amen. Rylie must be getting the viruses in school that makes her sick. Your fried chicken and salad are just perfect for lunch. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Mangoes, papayas, and pineapples. I wish we could grow those in our backyard. Too cold....I wish your BIL the best in conquering the cancer. Take care.

w0rkingAth0mE said...

Nice shot of mangoes .. So sorry to hear about your BIL will pray for him .. And i hope Rylie will not sick again.

Diane said...

So sorry to hear the news of your BIL, very sad.

I love mango we had lots in S.Africa and I could eat them all day! Diane

Mia Dela Cruz-Soriano said...

I'm so very sorry, Rose. But there are ways and treatments pa naman. All is not lost. I will pray for your brother-in-law too. You all hang in there.

Dhemz said...

am glad rye is feeling well na sis...sarap naman tong pagka hiwa mo...yum!

oh my..wawa naman si BIL mo...nag smoke ba si BIL mo sis? treatable ba ang lung cancer....dko kasi alam.

dropping by here sis...mwah!

Wanda said...

Oh that Mango looks so good the way you have it cut. Very nice.

I remember when my children had pink eye...not fun. Hope she's better real son.

I will say prayers for your family as you requested.

Mel_Cole said...

Yummy Mango :) I had some today.

Jama said...

My favorite fruit!!

Rechie said...

season na ngayon ng mango dito sa Pinas sis Rose

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