Archive for November, 2008


I was supposed to meet my childhood friend Joy tonight.  When I told my hubby about it, he asked a lot of nonsense questions.  Hello??!!! It’s been years since the last time I went out with friends.  I was really upset and hurt.  He makes me feel like I don’t have the right to enjoy my life with friends anymore because I am already married and with kids.  He makes me feel guilty that I should be spending every minute of my life with my kids instead of going out.



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Last Thursday, I was dumbfounded by the news that my 2 year old son Ythan, who is in Davao, was hospitalized.  There were just visiting his pedia for a check up because of fever.  The next thing they know, my son no longer respond and was acting weak.  Fortunately, his pedia’s clinic is located inside the hospital so my father in law immediately carried my son and ran to the emergency room when Ythan suffered convulsion.  My son was also given oxygen because he turned pale blue.  Upon hearing the news, I just cried.  I was so helpless because I was not there to take care of him.  It was really heartbreaking.  But he is okay now.  He was discharged from the hospital a day after his admission.

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Do you ever wonder what it would be like to grow old alone?  Your partner is no longer with you and your children live their lives with their respective families.  If given a chance, would you live with one of your children or live in a nursing home?

Sometimes, we tend to forget the feelings and importance of our elders because of our busy lives.  Some would even see them as a burden.  Have you seen an old man cry?  I just did and it broke my heart.  They may be old and needy but they still need some affection.  They want to feel that they are still important in our lives.  If your parents and grandparents are living with you, show to them that they are loved and their presence is very much appreciated.  Talk to them even just for a couple of minutes in a day.  Hear their stories.  When you grow old, you also want your children and grandchildren to do the same.

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