View from our room…
but this is a better view…
Summer is finally here!
My entry for Jake’s Sunday Post
My family and I just got off the plane, finally arrived safely back to Clark International Airport from Hong Kong. We were so looking forward to go home. It is so true that
“A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it”
– George A. Moore
My entry for Weekly Photo Challenge: Forward.
I can’t think of any better pictures than the ones above. Perfect white dress with lovely red roses. Standing beside my mom is what makes it even more special.
Have a lovely week ahead.
My entry for Cee’s Challenge.
Oh, by the way, how do you like my new theme?
Finally, I have my first every entry for Cee’s Challenge. I don’t have to put much effort to this aged picture. That little girl is ME some yearssss ago. Hope you like it.
Sea Play Photography
joseph elon lillie
I can’t help it, I have to add another entry. I dedicate this to my dad.
I mentioned at my previous post that he already passed away. For the last 13 years, we always think and pray for him. I don’t see him that often in my dreams anymore, but he’s never forgotten. I think he is already in a much safer, peaceful place now that’s why.
I remember they, together with my mom, were away for a vacation in Dumaguete. Imagine they were away to have fun but it turned out the most unexpected way. My mom couldn’t tell to us what happened to dad straight over the phone. She asked my aunt to do it for her. She said, while crying, he had a heart attack and lost breath straight away. He was rushed to the hospital but really did not make it. His body was transferred from Dumaguete to Cebu where he lived. We all flew there to bid our last farewell.
We were always there every year for the past 5 years or so after the incident. But now, only if time permits.
I still remember how hard-working, responsible father he was. He’s a doctor, a dietitian. His clinic was just built inside our house. He doesn’t want to work in the hospital as he wants to stay close to us all the time. He was very generous not only to us but to everyone, even to his friends. He has this big heart that’s always open to reach out.
He must be happy and proud seeing his grand children. I always wish you are here to guide me through, but I know you are just there watching.
Next month, March 20th, marks his 13th anniversary. You are missed and we’ll see you soon.
He was a great pianist.
My three brothers. Can you see me?
My second entry for SUNDAY POST : Unforgettable.