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We ALWAYS have dinner together as a family our live-in helper, Lanie also joins us at the table every night before the girls head to bed by 8. We always cuddle and tuck them in… followed by our own time alone from 9pm onwards. Multitasking is a must. Always plan ahead and try to run all the errands at one go. My husband is usually asleep by Read more: Common Grounds: Doing it for the Kids.
We love going to exotic places where we can chill, swim, surf, dive and eat good local fare!
We frequent these restaurants on our date nights… we are boring that way and tend to be regulars at our fav haunts:. I was brought up by my amazing parents who are still my role models. My parents without a doubt. I grew up seeing what a loving relationship is and should be. My dad is 74 and still makes breakfasts for my mum every morning. They still hold hands everywhere they go. My brother and I grew up in a loving and secure environment that our parents have created. They are my inspiration because they led a life of example to those around them and never fail to leave their mark on the lives of those they know… they lead their lives with love, integrity, kindness and generosity.
I grew up following my parents on mission trips to help the less fortunate… opening their hearts to people in need. I see my parents choosing to spend their money on giving to families in need over buying material or branded goods.
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My parents are now in their 70s and being blessed with a good life. My daddy was one of the Ex-VPs of Bank of America in Singapore so I am pretty sure we had ample savings to lead a lavish life but we never did. My parents gave me and my brother an extremely comfortable life … however they never splurged on ANY luxury items but they chose to live simply and use their money for the greater good.
My brother too left a very successful career as one of the General Managers of Singapore Airlines to start a social enterprise with his Wife and my sister-in-law Cheryl. They now run a successful multi faceted social enterprise c ombining a cafe, nail spa and a shop selling eco-friendly and socially conscious brands to jewelry made by ex-human trafficking victims and hire only people who needs second chances in society.
We are a far cry from my parents but I believe what I am today is because of their example. In one of my recent conversations with my parents, I was complaining about why I was unable to get them on their mobile or at home that day. My parents make me so so proud. I am trying to bring up my girls with the same values of giving as I was brought up with. I felt that it was very important to get my girls involved so that they could learn important life lessons. Condition: G-VG. No Jacket. Charles A.
Federer illustrator. Nice color paste-on, on red brown cloth. Neat Christmas gift inscription ffep.
Size: 12mo. More information about this seller Contact this seller 3. First Edition. The story of a young girl, Jean, whose mother has passed away, her caretaker also passes away. Jean's aunt asks the Warners if they will take care of the child over the winter. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4.
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