To my one & only supermom, this one’s for you. God prolly heard my prayer so that I can spend d whole day w/ u today 💕I always pray for ur health, genuine happiness & success in career. So many times have I failed to thank you for “literally” staying by my side, in all the impt events of my life. So today, I want u to know how I appreciate and how I feel so blessed having u as my Mom. U r everthing rolled into one, Mama! U r my idol (esp on how driven u are to ur goals), my source of strength (esp pag super stress nako, “Mama, call me”), my de-stressor, my mentor in life, my motivator lalo na pag super nega nako and my ultimate confidante, hihihi. Thank u for taking care of me and my sissies, loving us all equally & unconditionally. Lastly, thank you, Mama, for being there for me during my prep for d board exams, if not bec of u, I would have not made it, thank you so much for being my bestest companion that time. Idk how u divide urself into three, four or even more personas each day for d ppl u love. That’s why we adore u so much. We all love you, Mama! See you later, so excited to go home, again (kahit kakahatid mo lang sakin kanina). Happy, happy, happy birthday! God be with you always! 😘
Photos taken at Enchanted Kingdom
1st - Back in their courtship stage, my Dad’s promise to my Mama is to bring her to beautiful and different places someday where there is good scenery, romantic places, fun & excitement, and of course, good food. Now, whenever time permits, he fulfills his greatest promise (mostly good food and scenery) to my Mom, with her babies alongside with them as well. Haha!
2nd & 3rd - That’s me and my sisters, Charlene & Anne. The other one, obviously, are my parents. My Dad’s so funny because he’s so tensed and afraid that we might fall or that the ride would wobble. He tried to hide it but his hand grip & facial expression shows it all. Makes me smile when I try to remember. It’s called “Wheel of Fate”, which last word happened to be my first name.
7th - My sister, Anne, & I were very excited but at the same time hesitant to ride on that one. At first, we were not allowed by my Dad to push through it because he is afraid for us. Bravely as we can be, we waited for our turn, stayed in the middle seat, screamed our lungs out and retrieved our hearts back after the ride. Actually what’s memorable most about that event was the “waiting time”. My sister and I have talked about a lot of things about life before and now. From petty quarrels that we have before, it’s feels great that we can relate to each other now, sharing opinions and views in life.
8th- My favorite picture taken by my Mom. That’s my Daddy and my youngest sister. Since she cannot join her “Ate’s”, she asked either my Daddy or my Mama to accompany her with the rides she want to go to. What’s more funny is that even that ride where you just have to paddle with your feet made my Dad nervous for they might fall in the water. I know he was just acting it all out but when I remember him saying it, I could not help but smile!
9th - Last one, a photo with my sisters. Even if we grow older, we vowed to always be together, to bring our parents to trips and vacations, to all have a happy, God-oriented and contented lives; and that, even if we all found our special someone and eventually, have our own families, we will still be there for each other. No matter what it takes & with the help of God, nothing can break us apart as a family. That’s what our parents have taught us :-)
How I Miss Home & My Daddy
For quite a while now, I have experienced to be away from home; living in a girls dormitory with my cousin, Mia. I knew it would be advantageous and beneficial on my part due to life’s circumstances — rotational duties in nursing, board exam review days & of course, being a medical student. Indeed, it helped me greatly but these past few days, I’m missing a lot about home.
I miss the sound of my Mom’s voice; how she would ask me how my day went through, if I have eaten already or what my other schedules would be. I miss my younger sisters; how they make me laugh and remove my stress effortlessly. I miss my Daddy’s voice echoing wherever the phone of my Mom is, it’s as if he is also in the house with us. I miss having long dinner meals with “how-was-your-day” talks with my Mom and my siblings. I miss being with my sisters — studying together in the dining table, eating ice cream, chips, fries, ramen, sampaloc or whatever we crave for that moment, singing at our loudest, crazy dancing or just lying in the bed watching TV. I miss having random moments in our parents’ room doing crazy things, rest/sleep there and wake up late the next day.
Thank God, it’s Friday again tomorrow! My favorite part of the week. Contrary to other people who would have their night out on a friday night with friends or even a date with a special someone; on my part, I become the person who is very eager to fix her things and go straight home. Friday nights and weekends are exclusively for my family because they keep me recharged and regain strength to have energy for the coming week. I would rarely trade my weekends for else unless it is importantly important. So excited for tomorrow! 💕
PS: Oh btw, I’m not an anti-social person, I have a very very close friend, very close friends, close friends, and friends too! They have my weekdays, of course! :-)
gaeaisnowhere asked: I miss you
I miss you more and more and more
I want us to stay together, as long as we’re both existing.
I’m not sure until when I’m going to be here with you. I don’t know what lies ahead of us, too. Maybe you’ll meet someone new, maybe you won’t. Maybe I’ll find another, maybe I won’t. But let me tell you something:
As long as both we’re happy now, I’ll be staying with you. As long as you want to be with me, I’ll allow you to stay and hopingbe that you’ll be with me for the rest of our lives.
We don’t know what’s going to happen in the future, but I want you to know that for now, I’m glad I have you. And that, for as long as I’m assured by your love, I know, we’ll make it through…. everything. Okay? Okay. :-)