A Dog’s Tale

I never really know how much losing a dog could actually hurt so much until I have lost one… I never liked dogs. Being near them could arose fear in me. But when you came into our lives 6 years ago, you had me realized that I could actually like dogs and take delight in them. I have loved you so much. When you were still a puppy, I thought of you as the youngest member of our family! I know dogs can only live for approximately 10 years. And I fear the day will come when you will have … Continue reading A Dog’s Tale

Farewell :(

Farewell message to a fellow blogger, former schoolmate, laag buddy and moreover a dear friend 😥 July 16, 2016. This was our last photo taken with you. Though naa nakay sakit nga na feel aning panahona, but you were still the Jovel I know nga energetic, lively, tabian, positive… You shared to us your struggles and how you fight back to overcome your sickness. You were the strongest person I know. December 11, 2016 when bisan lisud na sa imuha ang molakaw because you were bedridden for months, still you made it to our highschool reunion. And I appreciate you … Continue reading Farewell 😦

The Past

The Past     There is a part of me That I wanted to go back— Something deep and memorable Something that would fill-up The long-lost puzzle.     It was hidden, Burried long, long time ago. Sometimes it pass by me And creates fleeting joy in my heart.   I wanted the memories to stay, Of childhood joy and laughter But time only allows me short time And it’s all been gone… And tears continue to shed my eyes. For a short time recollection of bitter-sweet memories… Continue reading The Past

Grandma,

The craziest thing I did for love was to let go of my grandmother, She meant the world to me. When I was a child up to know, I always tell God do not take her away from me because losing her would tear my world apart. But then, she was so old and so weak. I can’t afford anymore to see her suffer more in this life so I came to the point that already I told God, I’m letting her go…  Because in another life, I know, it would be a better place. No more tears, no more … Continue reading Grandma,