As the year comes to an end, I just want to express my gratitude to all the people that came and went by my life. You gave and left a lot of memorable life’s lessons that definitely made me a better person. I do not regret the people that left my life. Your graced my life in such a way that probably no other person could do. One way or the other you all made an impact in my life, good or bad. But as they always say, there are people in your life who are not meant to stay and just passed by to leave a lesson or two for me to learn. For that, I’m grateful.
My life wouldn’t be as colorful and challenging if I didn’t get to experience things that made me laugh, cry and think. I have become a better person experiencing life as we all know it.
Despite all the trials that life presented to me this year, I still feel blessed. I am blessed in more ways than one. That is more than enough reason for me to celebrate the year that will be.
Basti and Mommy
It was Family Day at Basti’s school earlier today. We had photos from their photo booth but I’ll need to wait before it gets uploaded. Every department had their presentation…from The Twist to Gangnam Style, name it the kids with their parents and teachers danced it. It was a fun-filled morning with my Sweetheart.
Basti just had his first communion this morning. Another milestone in his life. So proud of you, Basti! Mommy loves you very much.
It frustrates me that after doing every single thing possible to make you speak, you said nothing. All I wanted was to hear what you had to say and answer the questions I’ve thrown at you.
It’s sad that I am not really worth a piece of you, more so, I am not worth the truth.
But I guess, it’s all for the best.
I have been under God’s tests the past couple of weeks. It’s hard having to start all over again. I’m just glad that He was there to lead me and be my guiding light all this time.
I am still blessed after all. Thank you, Lord!
Sharing with you a very timely SMS from a new friend:
“Letting go means to come to the realization that some people are a part of your history, but not part of your destiny. – Steve Maraboli”
And yes…I’ve already realized and accepted that. And I know it’s just a matter of time when I would be able to say: “Finally, I’m free and you’re forever gone in my life…“