Monday, July 25, 2005

busy...busy...busy...

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picture of me and hubert at the Mactan Int'l Airport

It's been a month since Hubert has left for China. And it's just now that I got the chance to sit down and tinker on the pc for a much longer time. Since the time Hubert went to Suzhou, life has been so busy on me. Now, I know how it feels to rear the kids alone. It's a real big sacrifice on both Hubert and me, but I know it's for our future. At least Jeremy looks forward to the time Papa Bert comes home with his new toy, his Gameboy or a PSP perhaps, hehe, and Frances Clare with her new pink room :)

As for me, I just keep myself busy, sending off the kids to school and also doing my presidential duties in school, hehe ( PTA President po ang beauty ko! "lol") and in the evening, after study time with the kids, I also work on the side by accepting tutorial services within the subdivision. Just trying to keep myself busy to fight off the loneliness of having my love far away from home. Hirap pala!

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Kawasan... I'm back...

Last July 17, we went to Kawasan Falls in Matutinao, Badian, Cebu. It's been 13 years since I last set foot on the trails towards Kawasan falls, and the thought of going back there, this time with two kids in tow has created mixed feelings in me. First, it got me so excited going back there since the last time I went to the falls was when I was yet in my sophomore year in high school. I was so eager to find out how Kawasan falls now looks like after all those years. At the same time,I was worried about the getting their by foot, one of my kids might surrender walking in the middle of our trek,and it's not easy carrying them on my back, oh my back... It's about 30-minute walk starting from the spot where we parked our service beside Badian church. What a relief when I found out that the paths leading to the falls have been improved from how it used to be, a sturdier foot bridge has replaced the rotten wooden one, and most of all, the kids Jeremy and Frances had the energy to really walk with us. Thanks God, what a relief, whew!! :)