I had my Prebirthday celebration yesterday at Tagaytay but before that I also see to it to visit my Alma Mater. The school that molded me to become I am today. The place where I learn so much values that I am most grateful for.
The Sisters of Mary Girlstown Cavite.
I am graduate of Sisters of Mary Cebu.
When I entered the Museum:
Sister Mau: Hi Ate, kumusta na po.
Me: Ok lang naman. Dumalaw lang ako. Namiss ko to.
Sister: 10th batch po ba kayo?
Me: ha? hindi… 3rd batch ako.
Sister: Naku Ate, ang bata mo pa kasi.
o diba.. nakalimutan ko tuloy na 35 na ako.
Pumunta kami sa Museum ni Fr. Al. He was the founder of Sisters of Mary. He is really a good man. Sayang lang talaga kasi hindi ko sya naabutan nong pumasok ako sa SOM.
Meron din don mga souvenir items. I bought books, prayer guide and bookmark.
That is where Fr. Al buried. I went to him everytime I have wishes and everytime I don’t feel good or I need spiritual help. He never failed to help me. He is truly our father. I love how he teaches us and I can’t wait to read all his books because I wanted to know him more. I can’t wait na maging Santo na si Fr. Al. Ako siguro ang isa sa pinakamasaya kapag nangyari yon.
Sr. Riza with Gareth, I am thankful for all the prayers of the nuns for me during those times when I was so down. During those times when my faith was deeply affected, Sr. Riza is the one who helped me back my faith.
After our tour at SOM we went to Tagaytay to visit Our Lady of Lourdes.
The Church is so nice.
Then we had our dinner at Antonio’s Grill in Tagaytay.
Nong dumating kami wala pang tao, nong paalis na kami medyo madami dami na rin.
Grabe sobrang busog na busog ako. Medyo napasarap ang kain kasi nalipasan. Naligaw pa kami kasi hinanap namin ang Antonio’s Restaurant. Nakakaloka umabot yata kami don sa kasulok sulokan. As always, ang google maps minsan mali mali ang tinuturong direction sa amin.