My dearest Joaquin,
How time flies, it’s been 11 years and how you’ve grown! In just a few years, I’ll be having my own teenager.
I’m so proud on how you’ve turned out to be, being your own individual person. And I’m so thankful for you because you have taught me so much about life; you gave me a darn good reason to live; you showed me my purpose on this earth and yielded me towards the right direction.
And I am forever thankful to God because not everyone is as lucky as me to be blessed with a son like you. I know sometimes I may be a little too hard but I only want you to understand your mistakes so that you learn from them. I want you to see that you can dream big and I will always be here for you, to walk with you in every step you make to fulfilling those dreams.
Manong, you are loved. Don’t ever think otherwise. You and your brothers are my world and I would do anything, everything, to give you the best life you could possibly have.
I love you beyond words. Always remember that. Happy 11th birthday!
My cousin’s painting up at the new Gallery Orange .
Matt Yrad “Transcendence” 2014
The Gallery is now much bigger and has a very artist-y feel to it.
And yes, my cousin’s painting is in good company.
In an often misunderstood world, these artists have found their home.
Our happy chipmunk can now sit on his own at six months!
Don’t grow up so fast…nevertheless Mama is so proud!
I love you Juanchito 😄😘😊👏❤️👍
Move rhythmically to music, typically following a set sequence of steps: “their cheeks were pressed together as they danced”.
A series of movements that match the speed and rhythm of a piece of music.
Haven’t posted anything for soooo long it seems..Been quite busy for the upcoming Provincial festival we’ll be having on April.
Anyways, I’m not sure what day exactly but last week (I think it was a Friday…) my kids had their MAPEH culminating activity in the form of dances. If you ask me what MAPEH stands for, I’m not sure if it’s M-usic, A-rts, P-hysical E-ducation, H-ealth. I think, I THINK that is what it stands for.
And it was so much fun watching my kids dance! My younger son, Jyuan danced with ribbons and my elder son, Joaquin danced a native dance. I don’t really know what the dances were called but I was just really happy to watch how well they did!
I was sitting really far, like up the bleachers, because the school assigned us parents that seating designation considering the number of students they have (from Prep to Grade 12).
The kids all readied up before the presentation. 🙂
Full house at the Coliseum!
The pics are blurry because of my location, i had to zoom in just to not get an ant like picture of my kids that’s why it’s pixelized. iPhone cam not good 😦
These simple priceless moments. Fun day at school. 🙂
Again I have clips of the dances, I just don’t know how to upload it here..so sad 😦