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Coming through! The return of the iconic and long-awaited crowd favorite comfort snack is finally here! The McDonald’s Twister Fries is making its way back to the spotlight and we know you won’t be able to resist these delicious, perfectly seasoned, crispy, and golden curly fries!  With the Twister Fries making a comeback to McDonald’s stores on September 15, you’ll be able to get the same great-tasting fries you love and missed. Savor the flavor and let it fill your tummy when you order it on its own or as an add-on to your McDo favorites like the Big Mac or Coke McFloat. As all good things come to an end, the Twister Fries will be available for a limited time only and will be retreating backstage before you know it. So don’t miss you r chance and be sure to make the most out of this glorious comeback! Level up all your McDo meals with this mouthwatering snack, which will be available in Regular and Sharing sizes! What are you waiting for? You already know the drill! Get McDonald’s gr

Reflective Tuesday : Optimism

The past days/weeks hasn't been looking up. Side by side frustrations, exhaustion and delay of some things that needs to be done. I am not a big fan of mañana habit and I hate delaying things especially if the major cause is a crappy one. I don't wanna spread the virus of frustration here but I just want to share my reflections.

I remember my mom used to tell me, "If things aren't looking up the way you expected it to be, it may have a big reason behind. You just have to open up your mind and heart for it." Then again, it dawned on me that maybe He has brighter plans other than me feeling frustrated. 


Aside from the exhaustion that unfolds frustrations, I have to consider that I am a MOM and I have my tots that depends mainly on my mood. If I get cranky all the time, they would also absorb the negative effects of my being. Pretty bad I know. I may be a SAHM yet it wouldn't serve it's purpose if I continue to sulk into frustrations and be pre occupied with it. But instead, I should savor every single moment with my kids after all, they are the reason why I get up even if I fall. 





Mom would also tell me, "Don't let your burden/trials overpower you, you should be the one to take control." I never knew how to deal with my burden before but I did learn to carry and control them the hard way. Yes, I stumble, fall and shed a lot of tears but I did get up. That's what makes it more worthwhile. Now that I have lot more reasons to fight and take control, let me say, "BRING IT ON!"

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