Erwin Lazaro Angels Among Us
Belated Birthday Wishes 'young man' .
Many, Many more .. I'm sure.
I have read, viewed and listened to everything you have posted on your website.... what talented offspring ! ... and how do you manage to keep so trim when your lovely wife sets before you such scrumptious meals ?.... Heck, you may even end up with your own family TV show at this rate. :) I'm sure I speak for all when I say what a wonderful delight you all are.....God bless you and your entire family my friend..... M
Thank you very much, Monica! I'm young at heart! =)
I'm very happy that you spent so much time on my family website!
Yes. Ever, Emersen, and Cara, have the potential to do anything and everything they want to be or do! My wife and I are doing everything we can to nurture them. We also encourage them to shoot for the stars, as it should be for all children!
Also, yes. It's a constant battle between my opportunity to enjoy the most delicious food versus the potential for uncontrolled weight gain. Thankfully, my wife always has the healthiest intentions when she creates her meals ... ehmmm, except for the fried foods! It's virtually impossible to make fried foods healthy, but she does use canola oil. That helps! =D
Thanks for suggesting that my family would be worthy of TV time! LOL! I'm not sure we would make for entertaining TV though. It seems that contemporary reality TV shows promote the drama and eccentric volatilty. We don't have much of that going on. It's too bad that major networks don't invest time and money in promoting healthy family values and lifestyles. Wholesomeness just doesn't make money. Money tends to promote the worst of society. It's really sad because children are being desensitized by the media. My family watches very little TV. Dancing with the Stars (DWTS) is the only program we watch and that competition only happens for ten weeks, twice a year. Our TV time would become zero if DWTS no longer produces shows. PBS is the only network that airs anything with sound family values, but the presentation is more informative. In the past, I've stopped on cable channels that show documentaries about human nature, but that's it. Don't laugh, but I was a fan of Little House on the Prairie and Growing Pains and The Cosby Show and others like them that interweaved strong family values within their programming. During the few times our TV is on, I see ads for scandalous or gossip or hateful TV programs. It's really discouraging. Sorry, I went off on a tangent there, but I have a strong opinion about "popular" TV programming. There must be some decent programs out there, but I'm overwhelmed by the negative material being aired nowadays. This is another reason to share what I'm sharing. I want to attract people who share similar values and who will truly appreciate the love that my family shares. At any rate, my family wouldn't work within today's programming, but if a network is willing to invest in what we have to offer, I'd be willing to discuss that opportunity wiht my family and potentially help evolve the media in promoting healthy and valuable living conditions. I do have to clarify that every family has some form of adversity to overcome. No one is perfect. Therefore, no family is perfect, but we certainly overcome our imperfections with the unconditional love that my wife and I endlessly share with each other and with our children.
Okay, I better stop here before I put you to sleep. That is, if you're not already drifting off. Hehehe. Again, thank you for your wonderful kindness and for taking much of your valuable time on my family website. I also pray that our Lord God in Heaven will Bless you and yours, for Always!!!
My thoughts here will be the seeds for what may blossom ...