Last weekend I accompanied my daughters to watch the concert of their favorite British Pop Band, The Vamps, at the Kia Theater in Quezon City. For Gaby, this is her second time and a first for Adi. Gaby, lucky girl that she is, managed to snag a Meet & Greet pass from her Ninong. So while Adi and I stayed in line, she was fortunate to be able to enter the venue way ahead of us….alone. Let me make this very clear, this was Gaby’s 2nd time to watch them and also her 2nd Meet and Greet. Since her 1st Meet and Greet went without hitches, I was confident that the same would happen. Before I allowed her to go on this Meet and Greet, I asked her if she was confident enough to take […] Continue Reading
Yesterday, we woke up to dark skies and torrential rains. Apparently, it was raining the entire night and I slept through it. To be honest, I even forgot to set my phone’s alarm and if it wasn’t for my kid’s frantic nudging, I would’ve slept even more.
But when I opened my eyes I was surprised to see complete darkness outside my window. As is the usual practice on similar days, I quickly opened the TV to check if classes were suspended.
What I saw was panic. The news was all about flooded streets, stranded vehicles, and heavy downpour. And as is the usual practice of our stupid local officials…no suspensions. I knew that it was up to the mayors (or the school officials) […] Continue Reading