Monthly Archives: February 2012

Reunion prep

Our FB thread is so busy right now as we prepare for our 25th year batch reunion in May. The organizing committee hasn’t come up with a final plan yet, a lot of things is needed to iron out including the food catering, the digitech whammy as part of the sound system, and the venue itself. I’m not sure if they have already chosen a place at this time.

One of my batchmates has proposed a few neat designs for souvenir shirts. Everyone wants a unique design for their shirt. But, I guess, majority always rules. The simple the shirt design is, the better it looks.

I’m not sure if I will be able to attend the occasion. I still have a few more months to decide. If I won’t be able to make it, I might just give my share to the group’s fund.

Lessons From Mom

We have learned most of the invaluable lessons about life and the world around us from our family. It is, after all, the most intrinsic part of our society and we learn most of what we know about relating to others from home. I bet most of you will agree that most of the lessons worth keeping, and worth teaching our children and their children after them, if we are lucky to live long enough to meet them, are taught by our mothers. They are our first teachers, disciplinarians, confidante, adviser, all rolled into one. I bet they would even go as far as telling you to get that samsonite briefcase from, where you can buy it at a more reasonable price, if they were given the chance.