I was able to reach some 40 memories, but I let the pictures do the rest of the talking. =)
On another story, something unusual happened today. My wife greeted me at 5am and I replied greeting her the same. And I don’t know what came to my mind that I also told her that I didn’t sleep yet. Then she told me to take an SL or else I shouldn’t text anymore for the entire week. Lol. So there, SL taken even if I wasn’t that sick. Hehe.
I am posting this experience in relevance to my daughter who is having dengue fever right now =(. I hope she’ll recover soon.
I had an H-fever back when I was in grade 1. It was awful. I was weak and couldn’t move my arms and legs normally. Every part of my body is in pain. I was absent for a few days (3 days I believe). Good thing my mom is there to take care of me. That’s why I know my daughter will recover well because she’s being taken care of by her mother =).
This one just recently happened.
Me, my wife and the kids were in SM City Davao at that time. My wife’s holding the hand of Myles while we were walking and he was whispering “bumbum” which is what he names a car.Before that day, my wife told me to remind her that she won’t be buying Myles anymore because he just destroys them or throw them at people especially Jan2x. But that moment, like every mother, she gave in to our son’s request and off we go to the toy section of SM department store. We didn’t go to Toy Kingdom because it would be harder to get our son out of there.
I can still remember my first impression of my wife when I met her way back during our college orientation. It was the summer of 2002. When I saw her, I immediately introduced myself to her and the first thing that came in my mind was, “naku, baka magkagusto ako sa kanya.” 1 year and 3 months after, she became my girlfriend and we were best friends before that happened. 4 years later we got married in her hometown in Kidapawan.
Looking back, my first impression of her is one of those hunches or instincts that I know deep inside will likely happen but I try to ignore not because I don’t want it to happen but because it’s just too good to be true most of the time. What makes me say this is because when I saw her, time stood still and she really took my breath away. That’s why it pushed me to introduce myself and know her name even though I’m not that really sociable. It’s a good thing that I did it.
Back in college, when my girlfriend (who’s now my wife) and I have fights, she can really ignore me as if I don’t exist. There was this one time that she was really mad and we were on our way home. She was walking so fast and though I can walk way faster than her I don’t want too because she might stop or take another route. I was making “lambing” and kept on saying sorry from the moment we got out of the school gate.
And since I’m not walking my usual pace, it really put me in a disadvantage. We were crossing the street and I was a few feet behind her. She didn’t notice that there was a jeepney speeding up a couple of meters from our way so she just breezed through the street. And me? I almost got hit. I could even say I barely got away if I didn’t take a small hop in my last step. I only realized how lucky I was when I got home and really swore that I’ll never do that again. What’s worst, she didn’t hear me out until the following day, when she finally forgave me.
Lesson learned on that day: don’t ever have fights on the way home. Do it when both of you are stationary.