Some major changes are going to happen soon. Nope, it’s not only about the Liquified Petroleum Gas Marketer’s Association party list (LPGMA), but somehow related to what’s going to happen soon.

I guess the photo collage on the left says it all. Yup, we’re moving out from my parents’ house, finally. But wait, don’t get too excited. The house that you see doesn’t belong to us. We don’t own it. We will be renting it. Last touches are being done and hopefully shifting before the end of this month. It’s located next street where my parents live. It’s the same street where I grew up. And since the apartment belongs to my Uncle, the rental fee is fair. Yet, I still forecast big changes. Major changes I would say. First thing is, expenses will go overhead, a pre-schooler and a baby in the family explains well.

With the cost of the commodities going up, I’m sure there will be a big adjustment as soon as we stepped in to this new house. That’s why I’m going pro LPGMA. Registered voter or not, still am a pro LPGMA! By preventing the possible LPG price hike will make a big difference on my monthly budget.

If LPG prices go unchecked, more people will resort to using alternative cooking methods. These include cooking with wood, especially in rural areas, where it contributes to the continued denudation of the forest, adds Arnel Ty.

Need I say more about this party list? Let FB and Twitter help you comprehend its purpose. Catch LPGMA 161 on Twitter and LPGMA 161 on Facebook.

Back to what I was saying, few of the many major changes will be:

  • I’ll be doing full time at work starting July 2010.
  • This only means, my girls have no other choice but to spend most of their time with the yaya.
  • Since my new job post requires numbers of traveling, I need to give my daughter a very good excuse why she has to sleep with her grandparents without me for at least 2 days, minimum.
  • Bills! Bills! Bills! And more bills! That obviously includes the house rent and the cost of new furniture and appliances I’ve just pre-ordered yesterday.

That’s about it, well, for now….

Mitch Carvalho

A full-time home-based Marketing Manager by day, 24/7 Mom, and a Blogger at any time. I’m 43 and proud. Mom of Derelle & Erchelle, sharing my adventures as I walk through motherhood and having to do most things on my own while my Indian national husband works miles away from home.