It was a busy two weeks and I am still catching up with my backlog.
Alumni homecoming is a big deal in this city. Three high schools had their homecoming in one day. The thing is, I did not graduate high school in any of these schools so whenever May comes, I am always stuck at home while everyone else went to their high school reunion. My aunt celebrated her golden jubilee and I joined her this time so that I would experience it at least once in my lifetime. (Mama was not able to reach her golden jubilee.)
The day started with a motorcade. It is was a pretty morning.
When the guests were all gone, my cousins and I decided to go out of town and check out the swimming pool in Cabadbaran. The sun was already setting.
This was a mini-reunion of sorts. My cousins and I seldom get together. It was also our little boy‘s first out-of-town trip. He loves the water.
My cousin, who is a wonderful photographer, enhanced my photo. Now it looks like this.
I was supposed to checkout the annular solar eclipse last Monday but I went to church early in the morning because it was my mother’s 7th death anniversary. I can’t believe it has been seven years and I still miss her dearly.
I was not able to witness the eclipse. Besides, I do not have the special viewing glasses. I took the photo of the sun at 6:30 AM using my phone’s camera. The sun was so bright. No eclipse. (Or maybe I just did not see it. )
It was a good two weeks. Now I wish for this one.