Marriage Markers Pasko sa Agosto 2013 Giveaway

I and a group of bloggers are going to hold our early Christmas giveaway entitled Pasko sa Agosto 2013. This is my first time to join and I am pretty excited. I have had this blog for a long time now and I think it is time for me to promote it through a contest. This is my thrust because I would like to encourage more married couples in their marriages through my own experiences. I am no expert–I am just a wife who is not perfect but who loves her husband and who has a husband who is equally, if not more, devoted to me and our family.

A Victoria’s Secret Beauty Rush Body Mist is up for grabs. πŸ˜€

There is only one (1) prize that I am going to give away for this contest and that is one (1) Victoria’s Secret Beauty Rush Strawberry Fizz Body Mist (250 ml). So would you like to have this? Are you interested? Join easily with the Rafflectopter form below. The only mandatory task in order to have an entry is to like the FB page of Marriage Markers. All the rest are optional. Contest begins on August 7 and ends on August 28, 2013. Good luck! πŸ˜€

Terms and conditions:
* Open to Philippine residents only and those expats who have a Philippine address where I can send your prize.
* Contest ends on August 28. Winner to be announced on August 31.
* Winner will be notified via email. Result will also be posted on my FB page,, and this blog.

Don’t forget to join the other Pasko sa Agosto Giveaways:

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  • The Late Bloomer
  • When Silence Speaks
  • Stylish Voyager
  • ZoWanderer
  • IchaDalawaTatlo
  • Tweenteen Mom
  • Marriage Markers
  • Beauty and Fashion Diva
  • Mum Writes
  • Mai Thankful Heart
  • Green Home Elements
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  • Woman Elan Vital
  • It’s All About Me, Mommy Kat
  • Bits-en-Pieces
  • My Tummy Calls
  • Fashion. Beauty. Expert
  • The Imperishable Beauty
  • Chic n Fab
  • TLE Desk
  • Mary Narvasa
  • Life on Lens
  • Classy Sweets
  • Fashion Passion Online
  • Jared’s Little Corner

143 thoughts on “Marriage Markers Pasko sa Agosto 2013 Giveaway

  1. This is your first time pa lang gale mommy? I thought nka join ka last 2011. Hihi. Excited nko mag join sa Pasko sa Agosto na mga giveaways! πŸ™‚

  2. Married life is tough but you have to gather all your patience, trust & most specially your LOVE. Marriage won’t work if these three is not present. Make the most of everything. Bond always, talk more & share everything. God Bless on your married life.

  3. yes im excited joining Pasko Sa Agosto again hehe sana this time LUCKY na talaga ako.. Keep it up and congrats..

  4. Always tell your loved one you love them at least once a day, even though they already know it sometimes they need that little bit of encouragement and hear it.

  5. Marriage is not always about rainbows and butterflies, sometimes, there’ll be rain and pain. Just take time to understand your partner and always and them feel loved.

  6. Marriage is not always about rainbows and butterflies, sometimes, there’ll be rain and pain. Just take time to understand your partner and always and them feel loved… β™₯

  7. Be bestfriends with your husband. Marriage is not just about wedding rings and signed commitments but rather its the best relationship you will ever have. Enjoy every moment whether its good or bad.

  8. Marriage is commitment and sacrifice. But it’s also the best, most wild ride you will ever have with your best friend.

  9. always trust and keep your love for your partner,what ever problems may come through the years of marriage

  10. Keep on loving each other and be patient. Say I love you to each other before going to sleep. I am not married yet but hopefully one day I will be… Thank you for the promo! God bless.

  11. This moment is as it should be. Whatever relationships you have attracted in your life at this moment are precisely the ones you need in your life at this moment. There is a hidden meaning behind all events and this hidden meaning is serving your own evolution.”

  12. Mhirap pumasok sa isang pagsasama na pang habang buhay, so when you’re there eh ala ng atrasan, ika nga till death do us part. My mga bagay na mdidiscover ka na di kaaya-aya but you have to accept it, kc pinili mo sya at minahal.Always be friends with each other. Iyon ang pinakabest way to be together.

  13. Getting married according to the our Catholic Church is a very sacred thing- a holy one. I don’t know anything about getting married because I haven’t journeyed there yet. But as I have heard friends sharing there stories, getting married grows to be more serious and mature. Well, here is what I got: keep the friendship, maintain an open communication relationship and let God be the center for the both of you.

    I wish you the very best sa bagong journey nyo!

  14. Getting married is like permanently grafting your hand to the cookie jar. No matter how sweet those cookies may taste, you can’t help but wonder what would have happened if you’d chosen some other dessert–brownies, for instance … or frozen yogurt … or maybe chocolate strude

  15. Marriage is not the end but the beginning of a special commitment. It is not always of being together in the happiest moment of time but also in the worst. Every marriage is special, each has unique ways to make it strong,different overviews…What important was that you had been married because you felt he or she was the one you will love forever…

  16. When the storm of argument calms down learn to keep silent for a minute and let each person collect themselves again.

  17. Hello Couples out there! Marriage is the best part of our life!! Specially the Church Wedding. For you to have a shower of blessings from our dearest GOD, a happy and strong relationship.

  18. Respect,Trust,Appreciate even the little things he/she does. These are the things I learned to keep our marriage alive and now We are celebrating our 25th Wedding Anniversary this coming Oct. 21.

  19. Getting married is one of the biggest gift of god because you are choosing your partner to be with you for a lifetime and a commitment that need trust,loyalty and love to each other.Always be your partner as your no.1 fan.

  20. Marriage is a lifetime commitment. I know I’m too young(I’m 20) to offer my views or message for marriage or married couples, but living in this world where I see or hear separation everywhere, I feel sad and scared for my future. All I can say is that, marry someone because you want to spend the rest of your life with your partner, be there always for each other, understand each other and trust each other.

    1. You have a reason to be scared. But the best thing to do is to pray for your future husband. Start praying now in preparation for the future. πŸ˜€

  21. Marriage is the most interesting event of one’s life. To make it happy and succesful we need to trust each other what ever it happens, Love that never faids instead it blooms every seconds and every minute of your life.

  22. Marriage is a lifetime commitment. You are united to be as one so you should always support, respect and love one another.

  23. 16 years married to my one only…. Secret is just be yourself! Trust ,Honesty, Love should always be there,,, Make your partner always feel loved everyday….

  24. Love, trust and respect to eachother and with the Guidance of the Lord is the key of successful relationship. No matter what tragedy or problems occur, if you want to settle it down talk heart to heart.

  25. I am not yet married..but I can say that for a marriage to last forever..aside from having trust, being honest, and loving one another..both partners should never lose their “SWEETNESS” with each other..they should always remember to make their partner smile even with small things..and don’t lose the “SPARK” in your relationship..

  26. I had been married for 20 years now and I can say that there is no easy hway for it. It is a life with many crossroads, it has many twist and turns. Aside of course from God being the center of the relationship. We must always remember to have that “Special Time” for you and your partner although you already have kids,because when the cup is overflowing with LOVE, it will easily be pass on the the entire family.

  27. together you have to be open, no keeping of secrets,in short you have to be honest,yes there are ups and downs but its normal, its just that you have to control your emotion.and most especially you have to put God as the center of your relationship.

  28. The best way to keep the relationship is to always remember to hold on to each other no matter what trials might come your way. If one seems to slip away from holding on, never ever let go, one should remain strong to make that other half realize that he/she is worth fighting for. πŸ™‚

  29. My mom and dad has been married for 24 years now and they say that the secret for having a meaningful relationship is that you have to let God to be your center of your relationship! There will be many trials that you may have to undergo but keep in mind that with God makakaraos rin kayo! πŸ™‚ I am 23 years old (although 24 na ako sa september) I still have no boyfriend and I know in God’s perfect time makikilala ko rin si Mr. Right! For all the young couples out there, wag padalos dalos dahil ang marriage ay hindi isang laro! πŸ™‚ Happy Wedding!

  30. Always communicate w/ each other even if your busy. Talk and give solution when you have misundrestanding…

  31. talk it over. don’t make your partner or yourself a manghuhula. let it be know whatever it is that’s bothering you and ask if you feel something’s bothering your partner.

  32. β€œMarriage: Love is the reason. Lifelong friendship is the gift. Kindness is the cause. Til’ death do us part is the length.” -Fawn Weaver

  33. Married couples should have a date without the kids once in a while so as to strengthen the bond between them.

  34. When I decided to get married, I knew there were many things about married life I didn’t yet understand. I was blessed to have a mother who gave me some good advice. I took her words to my heart. To get married and to stay happily married, know that marriage will entail hard work. πŸ™‚

  35. Marriage has its ups and downs. I know ’cause I’m married. But what matters most is that you love each other and you know how to deal with the downs. Communication. Giving and taking/sharing. Loving. πŸ™‚

  36. Marriage needs a lifetime of nurturing, giving a full commitment and holding hands until your last breath.

  37. Communication is a must.Its never an option that when the going gets though the other will leave.
    Appreciate each other even the flaws at kahit kulubot na.

  38. marriage for me is like what the old saying says “ang pag aasawa ay di prang kaning isusubo na kapag napaso ka eh pde mu iluwa” when you took your marriage vows you promised to love each other for better or worst for richer and for poorer, till death do you part.. learn to accept the shortcomings of each other for me thats d key for a succesful marriage.

  39. DO NOT take your lifetime couple for granted. Saying a simple ‘I love you’ or ‘I’m happy to be with you’ every once in a while will definitely keep the both of you going. God bless all couples πŸ™‚ β™₯

  40. In every married life, trust, respect and love should always be present. And of course, having GOD as the center of every relationships.

  41. Hubby and I had been together for 6 years as a married couple plus 8 years as boyfriend/girlfriend. We’ve had our share of ups and downs. If there’s one thing I would advice married couple, it’s being open to each other. Everything can be settled if the couples willingly talk things out.

  42. Just love each other, kapag may problema ianalyze muna wag basta basta gagawa ng desisyon dahil maaari itong makasira sa inyong relasyon. Panatilihin ang pagmamahal ninyo sa isa’t isa sa kabila ng mga problema at siguradong mas magiging matatag pa ang pagsasama ninyo. πŸ™‚

  43. Temptation is just around so you have to always show your partner how much you love him/her.
    And always pray together. Share your thoughts and always make them your priority.
    You may encounter a lot of problems being together so be sure to talk about it. Be patient and understanding.

  44. Most of us think that in a marriage it is always 50/50. Truth is someone will always give more and take less. It’s 60/40.

    1. That is true. We should get into it with the thinking of giving more. If it gets reciprocated then it is a good thing. If not, then let us consider just doing things for the one we love. πŸ˜€

  45. Always trust each other , make your kids your inspiration . Don’t mind those home wreckers and always trust God , because he bonded you together . Your a match made in heaven .

  46. To all marriage couple,this isn’t a fairy tale anymore,if you want to experience the happily ever after you have to work on it, practice the give and take process.Keep the love alive and put the Lord in the center.

  47. Married couple should always have an open communications. Talk about everything. Settle any argument before it blow out of proportion. Always put God in to the center of your life. Always take consideration, put trust, understanding, support and love to each other.

  48. Someone has to be humble enough to give in. πŸ™‚ It’s not about winning the argument, but saving the relationship.

  49. We’ve only been married for five years so I’m really in no position to give advice but what I have learned from our five not-so-blissful-wedded-years is that there would be bumps on the roads some deep enough to make you really topple like crazy but you have to hold on tight to each other coz the road gets much smoother along the way.

  50. never loose communication, as much as possible try to make kwentuhan everyday before going tosleep kahit sandali lang… and when someone is angry don’t make sabay na.. it’s okey to shut up for the sake of ur family. πŸ™‚

  51. just be patient with your partner, consider his decisions, respect each other, remember that you love each other so dearly that if you fight over matters, your love will prevail

  52. Keeping the love line open
    Do busy days keep you and your spouse from finding time to talk and pray together? Take a moment or two throughout the day to briefly call, email or text message your spouse. Quickly share your prayer requests, praises and assurances of love. Make sure you end the day together in prayer.

  53. im not yet married but maybe love and trust is what couples need to stay until the end,plus friendship πŸ™‚

  54. Hi everyone! newbie here, Though I am not yet married, but I can see it in my parents that open communication and God in center of relationship is the best ingredient.

  55. This is one of mah favorite quotes since I got married..

    “Never go to sleep angry. Because you never know if you or the person you’re mad at will wake up the next morning. Always forgive someone. Because you never know if you’ll talk to them again. Things happen. Get over it. Always forgive. You may not forget. But it’s better than knowing you’ll never get to say sorry or I love you again. ”

    Trulilly naman ‘di ba?. ‘wag matutulog ng magkaaway pa kayo ni wifey or ni hubby! πŸ˜‰

  56. My 4 years of marriage had really been a tough one. The most wonderful gift I probably received during this entire duration of relationship is forgiveness and acceptance. You have to realize that all love stories are never the same and that each person in a relationship are just human– they make mistakes. You have to learn to forgive and accept that you cannot anymore change what happened in the past but you can make your future brighter. πŸ™‚

  57. There is no perfect marriage like us human being we sometimes commit mistake but the important thing is we know how to forgive and forget. One thing i learned in Marriage is trust, patience this is important and most of all Faith in GOD, HE is always at the center in every relationship.

  58. Actually, I’m still very single, but that doesn’t except me from having a little knowledge about marriage life.. I believe, in marriage, quarrels are given, but as long as you two have open communication and learning to accept each other’s differences and live with it, it will work-out for a lifetime. πŸ™‚

  59. I’m not married but all I can say is that the couple must put God first and everything else will follow. Love and trust towards each other will follow as long as they are bonded by God.

  60. Marriage is a lifetime commitment so you should think first before entering on it if you are ready for this so that u and ur partner have a happy marriage and live happily ever after.

  61. A lot of factors are involve for keeping marriages alive. There’s trust, honesty, open communication, time, and love to name a few. Also, listening to our parents and in-laws’ advices on how to deal with the ups and downs during our first years really helped me.. coupled with prayers and keeping the faith! God Bless!

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