Mapanghingi ka ba?

That’s a question I would gladly answer.  Yes, I am.  In fact i remember my childhood days when i always ask my grandmother for anything that came out of my mind, a simple candy, a toy perhaps, jack stones, rubber band and i even cried so she would buy me a yoyo because all my neighbor friends has one.    Maybe, it’s a part of being a child that we always wanted something even if it’s not really important.

I even remember always visiting the image of  St. Anthony , the patron saint for lost person and keep on asking him to let me see my long lost biological mother. As I grow old, i still keep on dreaming what i wanted in life and asking the Good Lord to fulfill my dreams and wishes.  Sometimes, it do happens but sometimes it does not.

my childhood memories

I remember praying and asking Him to heal my father and gave him another chance to live but maybe it was his time and I could not do anything about it. (he died two months after my wedding day)

I asked and asked for a child to come and after two miscarriages and lost hopes to bear a child she gave me one adorable daughter who helped me cope up with the lost of my father and to bind my marriage.

something to live by

and now even i’m not asking He gave me a reason to ask for good health, happy life,  safe delivery and a healthy child.

a mother's wish

Mapanghingi ba ako? What do you think, the answer will be a big YES!

This is my official entry to Mapanghingi ka ba 1′st anniversary giveaway!