This morning I was so thrilled that September is finally here. I got busy about the projects and the plans that I have for my blog readers and friends. I was engrossed… Couple of hours later, my smile faded and and it turned upside down. Life indeed has its ways on how to make you appreciate the simple things and joy that we felt by giving us a little tug in the heart.
Hello birth month! I am so thrilled and excited because August sucked the life out of me, and September is something that will regain my life. Well you know what they say, “New Month, New Life”.
Anyway, since this is my birth month, I have come up with an idea to have a little game for you my dear readers. This game gained its popularity couple of years back and has improved with the power of social media. Say hello to *drum rolls please* The Tequila Dramedy’s 30-Day Photo Challenge!!! *applause*applause*and all that sound effects*.
For once, I wanna be the reason why he cuts his hair
The reason why he eats something just because its my favorite food.
The reason why he buys a shirt because its my favorite color.
The reason why he falls asleep while holding his phone at night.
The reason why he loves something he used to hate because I love it.
And lastly, I wanna be the reason why he smiles, laughs.
I wanna be the BECAUSE of his every WHYS..
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For giving me a dad like you, I thank my stars every day. I love you dad.
Sixteen years ago, I planned my own wedding. I remember very well what my color scheme would be, and what my order of ceremony would be. I remember I wanted to be married at the age of 24. Unlike any other girls, I never want it to be grandiose. I wanted mine to be simple, solemn, and private. My guest list was short for all I wanted is to share that special moment with my family and closest friends, and future hubby’s as well. I was thrilled by the thought that my marriage will be the same like my parent’s unbreakable vow.