No. 15 of 100 Happy Days

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Being with friends, meeting old friends and meeting new friends. 

No. 14 of 100 Happy Days

Monday, April 21, 2014

For birthdays, cakes and candles and families that gather. 

No. 13 of 100 Happy Days

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Had another round of Easter egg hunt. The kids had fun and so did the adults. 

No. 12 of 100 Happy Days

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Fun time with family, relatives and friends. Good foods, great conversations, great surprises for both adults and kids plus sun,sea and sand. Thank you Lord for your sacrifice. 

The Bucket List Movie

I've been told that this one is a must-see movie. But for some reason I've hesitated countless times to watch it. I knew what it was about but I couldn't get myself to watch it until yesterday. I knew I wanted my mama to see it. But I never pushed her into watching the movie because I didn't know how it would affect her.

Yesterday, I took the guts to watch it. And thoughts came back. Now I remember why I didn't wanna watch it. For one, it was about dying, second it involved cancer and third, I knew they were dying. I remember my mama as if it was only yesterday. But then again, who could ever get used to losing a loved one.

I laughed, I cried and I loved the movie so much. I wished my mama had seen it. For me, what was important was perhaps the ultimate acceptance of dying and how we face each trials. I've learned yesterday to change my perception of dying. One way of thinking about it is that perhaps mama didn't deserve the rotten body that she had for her perfect soul. And that probably to encourage the soul to look into the light and never to come back. But then again, it is always easier said than done.

Again it was truly a must-see movie.