Working Mom

Pinky Shares #1



” I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me….Philippians 4:13″

I started to work at the young age of 5 years old, helping in my Mom and Dad in our family poultry supply… When most kids were out playing , I had to stay in our store, selling fighting cock medicines and grains and giving change to the customers… Growing up, this was my daily routine and it was these times I met several people who have inspired me growing up, the likes of the Late Louie Beltran and the funny Manong Monching Mitra and the best salesman: Mang Joven Cortez of Univet…

There was a time I really envied my classmates who goes out every Saturday and can watch a movie and go malling, while I had to stay in our store and work. When I got married and became pregnant with my eldest daughter, my parents were very generous and supportive and helped me build my dream laboratory because they saw that I was ready to have my own business.  My Mom said my years of hard work and training in our poultry supply made me ready to have my own business…

As of today, I have realized that our parents know best… Had it not been for teaching me the values of hard work at a very young age, I would have not been able to accept the challenges and hardships of handling my own business. My Dad will always tell me, it is not HOW HARD WE FALL, BUT LEARNING FROM THE LESSONS STANDING UP AGAIN…

It is the objective of this blog to inspire everyone to follow their dreams despite the challenges we face in life… There is no such thing as a small dream, every dream is an aspiration to grow and be a better person. Never give up and lose focus in our dreams and have a strong faith in the LORD…

NOTHING can ever replace VISION, PURPOSE, HARD WORK and a STRONG FAITH ( as I always tell my children)


To God be the praise and Glory.

(working mom blog)




13 thoughts on “Pinky Shares #1”

  1. If there is willingness , all possibilities are endless ❤️
    You did inspired me to have my own business Pinks 15 years ago. Thank you 😘


  2. Thanks for sharing your story, it’s really nice and inspiring. It is true that parents knows best. I 100% agree with that. We never know the love of a parent till we become parents ourselves. And as a mother now to an only child I have to protect my daughter against any harm and wrongdoings. At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parent. I will share your story to my daughter. Thanks and God bless. Looking forward to reading more inspiring stories from you.

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  3. This is a beautiful story which reminds us especially parents that the foundation of our children’s future starts at home.Giving them what they want sometimes aren’t the best them.Looking forward for more inspiring stories..

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  4. God allows hardship in our lives because it is when we grow and made complete until the coming of Christ. We need to accept it, fight it and face this difficulties! The good news is that God will give us the strength to overcome obstacles! God will never leave you nor forsake you! 🙂

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  5. Lahat ng pangaral at payo na sinabi ng aking mga magulang sa aming magkakapatid… ay binaon ko sa aking paglaki, upang ito rin ang ipapangaral at ipapayo ko sa aking anak at magiging anak pa.

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  6. It shows that your parents trained you up to the way that you should go and you became prosperous and successful becuase you showed respect to your parents that’s why you were blessed. Thanks for sharing your story


  7. A very interesting reAd. Yours is an inspiring story. If only chikdren these days have the same values about hardwork and perseverance, have the same drive and discipline as yours at an early age.. They will be assured of a happy and successful life in the future. Having this blog is a very good idea. Thanks for sharing your success story .. May you continue being a role model and source of inspiration to everyone.


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