I know one day, you will miss them.
You’re going to miss their deafening loudness and innocence hassles and the peak of their dirty shirts and countless toys.
You will miss them in your room while hanging out, watching you dress and crying out loud.
Soon you will miss them when they grow up and you get the break you want.
You will miss them needing you all the time because they’ll find comforts with friends or other people whom they liked.
You’re going to miss everything because when they own their freedom, you didn’t own their time.
So while still possible, enjoy their childhood and bear the hardship. Never say “hope you will grow up fast” because surely, one day, you will miss them, you will miss your little ones.
Don’t be grumpy
Forget to worry
Here comes the Friday.
Please take me out from this cage
Sunshine and air I must breath.
Don’t be grumpy my master
Let’s be happy this coming break.
When I saw this kid playing on the ground, I smiled with delight. I watched them till the game was over. It was good to see children enjoying the freedom of their time and hearing the ordinary laughter from them.
I was in the generation that stays in the street to play all kinds of games, roam around with rented bicycle, record songs on the cassettes, watch movies on VHS and appreciates small, black and white TV screen.
I had a great time back when everything was so simple and just hated the noon time NAP.
At present, I pity those kids who can’t be able to connect without using the social network and lacking of personal interaction, who never experience the real fun behind the wide screen of expensive PlayStation and Xbox, those who have never covered their faces with dirt and sweat. I feel sympathy for those who will only remember their childhood as a mere shadow of growing than joy and pleasure.
Who’s to be blamed then?
To the parents who thought that setting rules, conditions and guidelines will make their children look disciplined and controlled?
Who became lost in nostalgia and wanted their kids to accomplish what they have not achieved, then sheltered them only in the four corners?
To the parents who are more involved in career than their children’s emotional needs, tend to drown them with materials consolation?
Parents who don’t want to disturb by their children, raised them by TV set, electronics & gadgets and continuously disconnected to peers?
Are we the worst generation parents ever?
Let’s give our children space to find their spot in our society. Allow them to make a childhood bruises and blunders. Let them have their “own” success and failures. Help them to identify who they are. Loose them a little, but not too much.
Please let them play outside, literally.
“They said, there is no better and another way to show your friends that they are valuable people than valuing them. The more these people feel valuable the more they will begin to say things of value. The more you listen to them, the more you will realize that they are an extraordinary individual. The more your friends know that you value them, that you consider them extraordinary people, the more they feel the importance of life..”
“It is one of the blessings of friends that you can afford to be stupid with them.”
Deadpool: You’re probably thinking “This is a superhero movie, but that guy in the suit just turned that other guy into a fucking kebab.” Surprise, this is a different kind of superhero story.
It was fun watching this movie. I forgot I was mad at the person watching beside me, I kept on beating him with an excitement.
One love is looking at your children’s laughter.
What was the last thing that gave you a real, authentic, tearful, hearty belly laugh? Why was it so funny?
It was the last time when my father sent his message mistakenly to my mother saying “honey, Goodnight, please lock all your doors.”
He was beside her at that time and there’s no way the message was for her. My mom was just so cool that we just kept laughing about it.
After I overcome the hangover & sleepiness from yesterday’s occasion, I found myself again busy assisting the 2nd birthday celebration for my God Child, Ethan. It was again a festivity with catching up, fun and laughter with people we’re good at with.
Happy Birthday to our bunny boy!
Who is cuter than a teddy or toy
We love watching you grow
and see what you can become through
- Always save for a rainy season.
- There’s nothing wrong to ask help.
- Leave your credit cards at home, especially if you don’t have important things to buy. If you have money, pay all the dues and not only the minimum amount.
- Try always to be positive. Don’t talk to person who will drag you down.
- Don’t post everything on the Facebook, you might be misunderstood.
- Never say anything when you are angry, you might regret it afterwards.
- Always, always be grateful.
Happiness…is a smile from a child.
Will certainly miss this cute little boy. We might not see each other everyday but I will definitely visit you.
There are no faster or firmer friendships than those formed between people who love the same stories.
I just notice we didn’t sing along because we enjoyed talking & sharing anything under this lightning roof. It’s good to see you guys; seeing Mae & Bel got pregnant, Sheina’s kids have grown up and Dean’s funny stories ever! hahaha.
Six years of spending Christmas away from home is insufferable to imagine. As much as I would like to spend it with them there are some situation that cannot be forced.
Because Christmas is not supposed to be lonely, I always make it sure that I would celebrate it with fun despite of my family’s absence. And the best way to make merry is to be with my FRIENDS.
“FRIENDS ARE THE FAMILY WE CHOOSE FOR OURSELVES.”
We had a great Christmas together. We laughed, smiled, danced and drunk.
Merry Christmas to all. xoxo “,)
A lot of people go through life with only a few friends. It seems that some have less than that. They have no one on whom they can call in good times or bad. There is no one with whom to bounce ideas around, or to talk about deep and troubling subjects. They have no one to call in times of need or difficulty. They are at the mercy of life, standing alone.
Friendship is a blessing. Friends will cheer us when we’re sorrowful or depressed. Friends will challenge us to attain our original limits with encouragement when we allow ourselves not to go beyond our reasonable boundaries. Friends will motivate us when we’re ready to give in, and they can provide for us when life falls apart.
Friends are there when all is well, and we want someone with whom to share life’s pleasant and memorable moments.
We often just want them around, to have a good time, to laugh, to act silly, to enjoy some mutually liked activity. In many ways have friends enriched our lives and made us feel loved, accepted, respected and cared . Probably, too many to list, and the list grows daily.