Sunday, March 25, 2012



SOME (So Others Might Eats) is a non-profit organization was located in Washington, DC. This organization is service to support and nourish the homeless to comfort their life by giving them the nourishment.
Please find and read about this organization by clicking

In this picture is a group from our office that we share our love to do volunteer to service on the lunch time. Indeed more than 1,000 people everyday this organization serve the people since morning for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011


A month dedicated to the Holy Rosary and Respect for Life.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Let's do a simple thing: make God's love visible everyday

Rosaries for Sister Anna Wiwiek in Fiji Island

My brother in Australia, Andreas Susilo, introduced me to Sister Anna Wiwiek. She is from the Congregation of Daughter of Charity, located in the deep village of Fiji Island.

Even though we just became friends, she had already shown me through her personality that she is a humble daughter of God.

She is truly a delightful person.

She said, "For me, being a missionary is about building a relationship with each we can transform people's lives by listening to their struggles, hurts, pains, dreams, hopes and most importanly, by sharing the way they express their faith. It's really grace moment. Each day I learn new things. I don't know what the future holds for me but I am enjoying the present moment. This is an experience that I will never forget".

I've sent her bunches of rosaries for Fiji Island school's first Communion and Baptism.
She said that all the children who received my rosaries were very happy to pray with them.

May the Lord blessed Sister Anna on her mission.

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Wow, how wonderful are they? With wide and bright smiles, they are showing the rosaries hanging around their necks. I am glad our Lord is present in their hearts to make them happy..

May God bless all the girls and Sister Anna.

Love in Christ.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

My Mission

I have been blessed to work under the Glory of God through prayer, service, and sacrifice since the year 2000.

Living in Woodbridge, Virginia, I make rosaries and sell kits for rosaries supplies. I focus on making and shipping boxes of rosaries all around the states in addition to third world countries. Depending on the current financial ability, I am able to afford enough supplies to make at least 100 rosaries a box.

If you would like to be a part of this mission, I welcome all donations and your name will be included ( unless you specify request ) on the letter inside the box shipped out. Once the specific person/organization receive the package, I will send you a copy of the notification and thank you letter so we can share the good news together. 

I will not included your address, so they will not attempt to contact you for donations directly.

Unfortunately, this is not a charitable organization, so donations are not tax deductible. I do this out of charity myself and can not afford all the costs involved in becoming a registered charity.

Your repayment will be from God Himself and through the prayers of the very grateful recipients.

Through the intercession our blessed Mother and may Lord, Jesus Christ blessed you and your family forever.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Receiving the Award Mary Pages 2011-2012

Today, I opened an email that told me I had received a New Year's present from Grandpa Leo de Bondt: Award Mary Pages for 2011 - 2012.

This is a precious blessings from God and Mother Mary.

Many thanks to Grandpa Leo de Bondt who chose me and may God bless you and your family,Grandpa Leo. 

Monday, July 5, 2010

A Witness to the Beautiful Power of Mother Mary

My Holy Mary Statue

In 1999, my family and I had scheduled a flight to fly to America. The day before I asked my sister in law who lived in Yogyakarta to send me a Holy Mary statue to be put in my new home in America.

My husband, Nico, told my sister in law to deliver the statue in a truck from Yogayakrta to Jakarta, where my family lived. The truck that delivered the statue was the same truck that delivered heavy machinary used by my husband's father. 

One morning, the Holy Mary statue was making its way from Yogyakarta to Jakarta in a truck filled with heavy machinaries.

Unfortunately, at 4am that morning, the truck got into an accident in the middle of the highway and the truck rolled over along with the drivers. The police called my family and informed us about the accident; thankfully, the 2 drivers that were inside the truck were alive. The remaining of the truck, the machinaries, and other contents were spread out on the road, broken down in pieces.

The police said that this specific area of the highway were known for having accidents that led to many deaths so it was a miracle that the 2 drivers weren't harm.

Other than the drivers, the Holy Mary statue also made it through the accident with only a small broken piece off her golden crown.

So how could it be that the truck itself, the machines, and every other contents that were in that truck got shattered into pieces and the two drivers and the Holy Mary statue survived?

Police say that the statue saved the driver and when the driver heard about the Holy Mary statue not being broken, they cried.

Now, Holy Mary is placed in our home here in America.

I will keep praying to Holy Mary and all to my family, friend and others to support me and hope my planning will continue according to God's will.