Friday, May 23, 2008

My Most Memorable Moment

Daiz tagged me!

1. Answer the question below:

If you are to leave an important memory, what would that be?

You can answer the question either by posting a picture, a video, writing a poem or whatever you think would best describe the memory that you want to share.

I thought, that was hard. My wedding day and the arrival of my princess come to mind. Both are a wonderful events in my life. However another moment stands out in my mind. It was my dream to be really close to my father, in fact, he was the reason why I didn't pursue my career to be a nurse. He didn't want me to work somewhere else so he offered me to work for them, to help them in managing the family business. I agreed because I wanted him to see my efforts of trying to be close to him. Don't get me wrong, he was a good man, a good provider and I know how much he loves us, maybe he's just not the "sweet father" type and he was too busy with the business then that he doesn't realized it was eating much of his time.

Christmas of 2001, we were at Fontana in Angeles City, that was one of the few times that he became a playful and very funny dad, one thing that we always look forward to. We had a wonderful time there because those were the very few times that we could call a quality time with our dad. So there, my most memorable moment with him was the last Christmas he spent with us...

2. Copy the entire list and add your name below the person who tagged you. Then tag at least 5 friends (But you can tag as many as you like) and visit their blog to let them know you tagged them.

Bloggers who shared their important memories 1.)Kaptyurd 2.)and so I am 3.)Princess Vien 4.)Princess Bela 5.)Our Journey to Life 6.)My Planet Purple 7.)Women Xplore 8.)Crazy, Happy Arevalos 9.)MEComposing 10.)Hope This Helps You 11.)Raising Riel 12.)My Life... My Thoughts... 13.)add your site here.

Now I'm tagging Lang, Chats , Jing, and Christianne

1 comment:

chateau aka imom said...

That must be such a dear memory, Len. My dad isn't the sweet type too, but as he got older, he has mellowed down a bit. I guess having grandchildren changes them too.

Daiz tagged me with this also. I'll let you know once done. :)