Another set of photos that I get to “capture” (word from my mini twin, Jankoi). I manage to set up two sessions in one go, despite the very hot day and hot body temperature (Just kidding! I was already feeling better that day.)
Meet the Rabayas. My little sister, Novie and the soft-spoken Andoi. ^_^
Warning: This is a long post, you have the option to leave or continue! Hahaha!
This 7 days long holiday from work, 7 days short to home, was planned since December last year. When my colleague told me that we have 7 days company shutdown for Chinese New Year, I immediately booked a ticket. I didn’t tell my parents about this, and that I have to act as if I will not be going home anytime soon. Few people knew my plans, my sisters, my cousin and my husband.
As the days were approaching, my husband suggested that we should just tell my parents that I will be going home since we were having some issues on how he will fetch me from the airport. I insisted on keeping it as a secret. There’s one time that my mom and I were talking about the Sinulog in San Roque, that I have to ask her if I have a t-shirt too, which as always, I am included even if I am not present, just so I have mine too. Well all of us, in the family have each.
Last Friday the whole family with Windy (my brother’s girlfriend) went to Simala, Sibonga to visit Mama Mary.
(The church is under construction when we got there..they expanded it to accommodate the growing numbers of pilgrims.)
April 4, 2010, Easter Sunday. My family and I went to Tungkop Beach in Minglanilla to celebrate the Easter Sunday. We planned this 4 days before and we even came up as suggested by my older sister to try another beach in Opon perhaps..but we ended up the same beach we used to go last December of 2008 and just last year as well. It’s not a bad beach after all. 🙂 It’s where my dad preferred to go than the other expensive and far away beaches.