Rungi Recap May 2014: Silver Linings
Now let see, what did I do this month, nothing much I guess. Personally it was a slow and yet another hard month for me, but it does have its silver lining. Hopefully the end of month of May would also mark the end of my struggle times and get back on track quickly.
I didn’t make it to KDCA for Kaamatan celebration finale, that is the biggest bummer I had for that month. Shoes worn off to its limit, got to get a new pair. My belt is also at its limit, got to get a new one. My side-pack is very much damaged and rendered unusable, got to get a new one. I have a series of wardrobe malfunction on my work trousers, zipper malfunction to be precise, got to get that fixed (the duct tape was only temporary solution). Phone line got barred, I got to pay them bills. My DSLR camera lens is somewhat faulty, producing unsatisfactory end results in my photographs, really gonna fix that soon.
Man, everything is at its limit! But as I mentioned earlier, every dark cloud has its silver lining.
I had much fun with fellow bloggers on our trip to Coral Flyer, it was very cool experience for me, will post about it real soon! I finally got my postcards from fellow postcrossers and from postcrossing.com, I’m very happy for this, too happy! I thought I would never receive any postcards in the month of May. Celebrated mom’s 50th birthday with a surprise, it turned out well and everyone had a good time. And finally, I’m currently seeing someone right now, the experience is way different from my previous encounters, and thats what makes it so interesting.
Ah, those little things that makes me happy. 🙂
Today marks 6 years since the passing of my late father, I did a little prayer this morning and went through memories of him in the rainy Sunday afternoon.
Remembering his last advice fuels up my drive to make the month of June a better one. Lets do this!
I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love. ~ Leo Buscaglia