Dale Faith , my youngest daughter is such an inquisitive girl. Every now and then she’s asking me and her father about things or terminologies she can not understand.
When we had our vacation in manila last week, she can not stop inquiring about everything she saw at the International Airport. Why do we need to take off our shoes in passing through the xray door? Does our airport have the best metal detectors ? Why do we have to pay taxes and terminal fees? Why should we turn-off our cellular phones during each flight? How much is the pilot’s salary? etc…. Whew! I guess she will be a scientist someday! What do you think?
March is coming to conclusion and so is the journey of our seniors through their drama filled high school life. There are so many gifts to be bought by this time because we Filipinos love to celebrate with a bang. It’s a good thing my son is still a junior and the gift showering will have to wait until next year. But we can see that the spirit of giving is still at large. As a matter of fact, my son bought his band mate a pair of drumsticks as his graduation gift , they’re no Vater Drumsticks but they’ll do. As what my husband and I have inculcated in our children’s hearts, it’s the thought that counts.
I know Daniel, the band’s drummer will surely love his new drumsticks. My son’s wishing for a new rhythm guitar, but that can wait till next year on his graduation.
Today is our 16th wedding Anniversary!
I greatly Thank God for his love that binds us together.
For the strength in times of weakness & hope in times of despair .
For the challenges we passed through.
For my being in love and staying in love with each other.