Android phones, motherhood and growing old



Last night the kiddos weirdly chose to sleep beside each other instead of the younger one occupying the top of the double deck. 


I was wondering while overhearing their giggles and decided to investigate. Apparently they were reading a horror story using the teenage boy's android phone and needed each other's moral support haha. When I opened the door to their room they both looked as if a ghost just came to view hahaha...

I still haven't found the time to search for the application on F's phone but as he watches me typing right now while asking me whether there are people visiting my site I am glad that I still could communicate with him in a way that we could understand each other. I might be busier the coming days and I fear not being able to spend as much time with the reasons for my breathing. 

Motherhood is a calling that needs endless attention. I had a bad dream last night and vowed to myself to make it a point to balance work with parenthood. I am looking forward to that day when the kiddos have grown with families of their own, having good jobs and hearts that are compassionate. 

I am not apprehensive about growing old, it is waking up one day to find that my sons are already adults without me having had the time to treasure their every smile and frown that I fear most. 

So now while I have the time, I am closing this page to just watch them become....the best that they can be with my unconditional love embracing their souls....

 

and kissing their dreams....
may every child's good dream  in all the world come true....



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farm bench
from my humble world to yours
may your home be always filled with love, peace and happiness


                                                                           Kulasa

                            



6 comments

  1. Raw Thoughts And FeelingsJuly 29, 2012 at 2:26 AM

    Growing old was not on my list, but it is coming or maybe already here :-) I am fine with it and my wish for my children is the same as yours.

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  2. At may katabi pa talaga silang stuffed toy sa pagtulog. Sweet!

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  3. i was just telling Kyla yesterday that I wish to freeze 2012 forever because i want her to be forever 10 yr old and Gian, 1 year old. hehehe! love this post!

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  4. Sweet dreams to your boys....

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  5. What a fantastic story you share here. Reading a horror story and then seeing you suddenly enter the room must have been shocking for them... Wish you a Nice week ahead Kulasa :)

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  6. loving and letting go...it's not always easy!!

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