Yeay, I have long neglected this blog, same with visiting the posts of those bloggers I follow here. Eight blog posts for the month of April, make it nine including this one. Though I haven’t been active here this month and even set aside my reading challenge, April is a good month. I’ve been actively campaigning the last few days on Facebook. It’s my only way of helping Roxas and Robredo team win without taxing my health. I have just posted and shared this at The Silent Majority page and I was surprised of the more than 200 likes an hour after I posted it and tremendous response praying for me and my health. I felt I really have an online family in their midst. I was teary-eyed to see and read their comments. Allow me to share it with you too (it’s my last political blog post maybe until election day which is nine days from now). The future of the Philippines is in our hands now.
I have long wanted to go out and campaign for RORO but since I have low immunity (I am a cancer survivor), I try to avoid crowds. This is actually my first time to be actively campaigning for a vice-presidential and a presidential candidate online. I posted some political blogs on my WordPress site since the first political debate was held. This morning, my daughter and her family came over to join us for lunch and they brought with them campaign materials for RORO. Yehey, I finally have my baller. We touched on politics (what else) and we are happy that all of us will be voting for Mar and Leni. I am concerned about the future of my four-year old grandson and the future of my kids and we just can’t ignore what is happening right now in our country. From the start, I have decided to vote for RORO. They are the epitome of good governance and I am sure they have nothing but a sincere desire to truly serve and help in making the Philippines something we could all be proud of.
A happy retired BPI unibanker here. I am proud to have worked in an institution with 165 years of banking leadership.
I am happy to see that I have finally reached more than 401,735 hits as of this writing. This is when blogging gives that kind of happiness and sense of fulfillment.
April is about to end. I am very optimistic that the rule of law and the choice of the majority will win. Come what May (pun intended) I look forward to celebrating with the Filipino people when we finally cast our votes on May 09. Maybe after May 09, I could happily go back to reading again and enjoy reading blog entries here and hopefully add more posts.
I always smile every time I hear the song First of May. It brings back memories. Happy first of May everyone.