Passing thru our living room, I noticed a book on the table top by the side of the favorite sofa chair of my mom.
Wednesday morning last week witnessed a handful of workers set up a huge Philippine flag on the front wall of our First Balfour office in Sucat. I commended our Admin head, Mr. Yanga, for an early display of nationalistic fervor. He smiled and shared that our company is joining the whole country celebrate the National Flag Day period which starts May 28.
Millennial I am not.
“Lefto” as in leftover.
“Thanks for your support! Wr nbr 2 n dyaryo drive n nbr 1 in 1st yr!”
This was the text I got Tuesday morning from Popi Gorospe, a co-parent at the Ateneo de Manila High School and one of our hard-working class parent officers for Section 1A of which my son Marcel and her son Mio belong. I immediately texted back – “Wow. That is great news.”
Basketball is the favorite sports in the Philippines. It is not just a sports. It is a religion in our country.