Gosh, it is the end of the month again and I’m like “where have all the days gone?” Time flies so fast and before we know it, another month is gone.
March has been a little active socially , that is. We’ve attended a wedding, Nate’s graduation and a dinner at Dampa Seaside. It is always a thrill to see relatives and friends who you haven’t gotten in touch with for quite a while. It is always nice to bond with one’s family and enjoy some moments singing together in a karaoke bar belting your heart out for a favorite song. It is always lovely to see other places aside from the four walls of the house. I am not complaining, it’s just that I seldom go out with friends nowadays. It is always church, market, grocery store, malls and a monthly visit to my internist. It is more on being online to update my blog on WordPress and to update my shout outs on Facebook. It is most of the time holding a book in my hands or reading a story on my tab. I do enjoy those quiet moments though, they are quite precious to me.
I am thinking of buying a camera. My recent Canon Ixus is dying. The screen is dark at the edges and I haven’t taken any photo for the last six months or so. It is always Nissa who sends me those lovely shots in her expensive cellphone. I miss taking shots of my garden blooms. I also miss gardening but sometimes it is so hot even in the late afternoon with nary a breeze to cool it off. It’s undoubtedly summer now.
It is almost April. Gone are those days when I used to blog about month endings and beginnings. It was a religious undertaking for quite a while. Blogging – sharing life and one’s thoughts in cyberspace. I’ve always enjoyed it, turning my thoughts into a few sentences and writing a post.
There are these apps on other sites linked at Facebook where you are asked to take (just for fun). They tell you who is your best friend in life, what will happen to you in 2017, what you will look like twenty years from now (if you are still alive, that is). Seems as though they know too much of your life based on the things and profile you share on Facebook. I tried one once, about Grammar and I got this result. “You are a PhD”. I laughed. Goodness, I haven’t even taken any graduate studies at that. I finished BSC Economics though almost forty years ago.
When tomorrow comes, we still have lots of thing to share and talk about. We still have those lovely moments to experience, we still have those days to look forward to.