Hello September. Hoping that this will be a month that’s worth-remembering. Looking forward for great haps, I know it’s just around the corner.
- September 1 - my Mom’s birthday. She’s turning 44 this year.
- September 7 to 14 - it’s our palaro week. Oh, september 8 *smirks*
Let me insert here the 9th of September. It’s exactly the first anniversary of the Zamboanga siege. It happened to be the first war here in our City and hopefully the last. I can’t believe that it’s been a year already. Yes, there are improvements but unfortunately, the turtles are way too faster than our city’s progress.
- September 18 - my friends and I are celebrating our monthsary. We’ve been together for a year and a month yet we’ve been through many silly exploits already.
Moreover, let me share this on the little corner of my blog.
Happiest and sweetest birthday, Mother! It’s my Mom’s birthday and I’m thanking God for giving her another year to enjoy life.
"Hi, Mama! I couldn’t imagine life without you, you brought me into this world and raised me well. If it wasn’t because of you, I would’ve never experienced life. We may have rows and fights but you never failed on instilling me good values and giving me the best that you could… and with that, I thank you. You are the most kindest and caring mother I know. You wake up so early to cook and prepare everything that we need. From our bath essentials, laundered and ironed clothes and to the table setting - where you never failed to include fruits and vitamins. You are a beyond-perfect-mother for me. You always put us first in everything that you do even though I tell you that you shouldn’t, because we are okay, but still, you insist because you want what is best for us. You are also a mother to your nephews/nieces and to your siblings though you are the youngest. That’s why you gained so much love from all of us. When I’ll graduate and earn on my own, I’ll give you everything that you desire. With all my heart, I’ll be pleased to give you back all that you’ve given me. I love you more than anything and everything in this world, Mamang!"
She never wished for a big celebration ever since because she prefer small gatherings. We cooked macaroni salad, gulaman, spaghetti, fried chicken and pancit. I bought her a black forest cake from Tsokolate. I still think that small celebrations with the whole family matters a lot. I’m glad that we are complete!
Thank you for reading this far! Have a great September ahead of you, Sweeties!