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McDonald’s Famous Twister Fries Is Making A Glorious Comeback!

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

Today : Compassion

D: Mama! Mama! Help! Hurry Hurry! A!

The kids were playing inside their room while I finish the chores downstairs. I keep them busy by letting them play inside their room for me to finish my chores. But because D’s voice was worried and was really calling for help, I hurriedly went to their room. When I opened the door, A approached me immediately and uttered gibberish language but the only discernible word was “ouch” then points to her eyes. D on the other hand was also worried and told me that his sister has ouch and that her eyes were red and he kept opening A’s mouth. A was quite puzzled as to why her brother is opening her mouth. That was the scenario. Based on my assessment and upon entering their room, A was holding an airplane and her eyes weren’t so red. Probably she accidentally poked her eyes with the toy airplane the reason why it turned irritated.


I am quite surprised how my son grows emotionally because he takes care of his little sister already. I would see him holding her hands while they go down the stairs and get something for her sister when it’s not within her reach. On the other hand, when A sees D got hurt or caught himself a boo-boo, she would pat him on his shoulder and wipe his tears! I love staring at their innocence and how they soothe themselves. I just hope that they would continue it until they grow old.  


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