It's Your Turn!

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Hi world! I'm a Mama's Boy. I'm not ashamed to admit that.

My Mom taught me a lot of things. She taught me how to read and write, even if it was a little traumatic to tie me up on a chair and write "The Quick Brown Fox" a thousand and one times, I got my handwriting to a T and learned a lot from that. I was always a "kumag" which means if they tell me to do one thing, I'd be doing the exact opposite and laugh about it afterwards. She got me to markets and lift heavy baskets, but that's where I learned to shop, for things at a reasonable price. Then when we got home, I always watched her how to cook. I've seen her cram every time she gets home late so she could get us dinner on the table. She was a magician, taking anything she can see on the refrigerator and whip up a dish with no name and it still tastes homey. I think that's where I got my style of cooking, a useful thing because I can cook practically anything from scratch now.

I do now have my own personal style but it all stemmed from what I learned from my parents. From tying my shoe, to talking to people, to being respectful and being brave when I see the need to... all that I learned from my folks. They're my inspiration, and I'm so lucky to have them til now and I could still show them how much I love them everyday.

They're non techies, but I sure tried to teach them what I can about mobile phones so they can still get in touch with my brother in Dublin, Ireland. I saw how special that moment was when I watched this video.

Touching right? But let me ask you, have you done the same thing to your parents too? Did you try to teach them how to use phones and stuff? If not, I think it's time you do something for them... even if it's a small thing. They'll love you for that.


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