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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Exhausted And Missing My Mother Dear

Today is a very busy! I'm glad it's about to end. I'm just so tired and I miss my Mom.

I escorted my Mom to the airport for her 7 o'clock flight this morning. I still feel guilty that I'm not able to really spend a lot of time with her during her 1 week stay here in Manila. There were just a lot of things to do this week. There were job interviews and Church activities. I'm glad, though, that she understood the situation. I still wish that I have spent time a lot of time with her.

The Church activity that we have prepared for 2 weeks was successful. I'm glad I was able to do my Church responsibilities. I give back all the glory and honor to God, Almighty who have never forsaken me. Thank you, Lord, for everything.

I'll sleep tonight without my Mom by my side. I miss her. I hope she's doing fine back home. I hope the next she'll go back here to take a vacation, I would be able to spend more time with her and bring her to a place where she can really relax and enjoy. I'm still glad she was here the past days. I love you, Mother dear!

3 comments:

isp101 said...

Allena, I grew up more with my mom, because, my dad had to work in Saudi, Arabia when he was still alive. He had worked away from us for about 21 years, we just see him just once or twice a year. He became a Christian there, and was baptized in the Red Sea, and eventually, became a Pastor. Then, my mom was also converted, and we all became Christians. I grew up in Sunday schools. When I was still in College, after the September 11 World Trade Center attack, his Airline company that he managed, lost a lot of clients. He was sent back here in the Philippines, and spent the time with us. But, his time with us was really a disaster. Because, at that time, we still go to school, and none of us are working. So, he had to maximize the retirement money he had. My mom didn't save money, and our life became miserable. My dad had to sell food supplements and joined some networking, but, had no luck. He suffered from all of the persecutions of our relatives and the hardships in life, just to feed our family. He died a few years ago. I now blame myself, why I wasn't able to make him happy... I just wish I could bring him back to life, so I could hug him and tell him that He is the best dad in the world! I could have been a much better son, It's really bothering me until now. I wasn't able to give him the best in life, to pamper him with gifts, love and attention. There are just things that we realize when our loved ones are gone, that's the hard fact to accept. So, If I were you, make sure that you spend if not all, may be, most of your time with your mom If she's on a vacation. Make sure that you email her and text her from time to time. I am now doing the things to my mom, that I wasn't able to show or give to my late daddy.. I apologize for this very long comment, but, don't be alarmed, THIS IS NOT A SPAM! hehehe! If your dad is still with your family, Happy Father's day to him! Good Morning! =)

ally said...

haha! you made an article on my comment section. But it's alright. I appreciate it.

I also have regrets with not being able to get along with my Dad when he was alive. He died a long time ago. It's one of the saddest part of my life.

And I really feel guilty for also not spending quality time with my Mom when she was with me. As much as I love to spend time with her, my situation didn't allow me to. You're right, we don't know what's gonna happen in the future but I know my Mom understood the situation. I'll just make it up to her the next time we'll see each other.

Happy father's day to our Dads! :(

anne said...

Gurl bumalik ka na pala sa Maynila, anyway good luck to your new job. thanks for dropping by