Monday, March 10, 2014

Seniors Night

March is the busiest month for graduating students. There are projects and events left and right as graduation day approaches. I rarely talk to my youngest sister anymore as she is so busy with her practice teaching. Luckily, I have a very good friend whom I trust and she always update me with what's going on with my sister.  I sent her the money that she needs for tuition and other  fees that involves in the graduation process.  I took a chunk from our budget this month and glad that hubby is always willing to support my sister.  We have been financing her education since  her freshman years and it's a great feeling to know that she  made it all the way to senior year.

I grabbed these photos from her friend Isabelle's page in Facebook when they  had their Senior's Night on March 7th at La Pizza Hotel and Convention Center.  My sister is  the one in blue dress.
I wish that I could go home to witness her graduation but I can't afford it.  My husband wants me to go but I  don't want to go alone, I want them to go with me.  Right now, it is not possible for us to leave since my children's school  is not over yet until May.  I told my sister that we might come home next year.  Living so far away from your family is so hard sometimes.  I feel so homesick right now. 

12 comments:

  1. Congratulations to your sister! :)

    Aww, I do know how it is to live so far from home, but just think about how awesome it'll be when you do get to come home. :)

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  2. i can only imagine how much you miss your sister. it would really be very depressing to not see her in person as often as you like. kudos to you + your sister, all your sacrifices will be paid off once she get her diploma + this early i congratulate you both!

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  3. It's hard din kasi to travel alone - I just realized how gutsy I was to travel alone if a lot of people are scared to travel alone lol. Anyway, that's okay sis. There is a right time for everything.

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  4. I'm sure your sister appreciates your effort even if you won't be at her graduation.

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  5. Your sister looks pretty! Someday you’ll meet her again and have fun.

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  6. Congrats to your sis! <3 Nakakamiss ang seniors night!

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  7. Congrats to your younger sister. She is so bless to have a loving and supportive sister like you and also your whole family are blessing too.

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  8. Senior Night is indeed a memorable. Congrats to your sister.

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  9. A future educator is among our midst :) May she touch plenty of lives with her passion to provide good and quality and very meaningful education to the youth of today.

    I feel your sentiment sis. I think, I just got lucky because I am working in the airline industry. Even then, I often get homesick and I don't know how I managed all these years...

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  10. WOW! congratulations to your sister! and congratulations to you, too, of course!

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  11. Congratulations to your sis!!!! It's nice how you and your husband are willing to support her with all your might :)

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