Thursday, December 29, 2011

Christmas visit

It's not everyday that our sibling visits us from afar.

For starters, travels entail cost. Of course, you have to synchronize schedules. On top of that, you must be in top shape. Travel is always accompanied by stress so it is important to be physically and emotionally healthy.

I'm glad that my sister Delora and husband Daryl spent the Christmas holidays with us. Early this morning though, I drove them to the van station. They preferred the van over the bus. They have to return to Butuan City for a school activity tomorrow (read: Rizal Day).

We had bonding time and took many photos. Thanks to the inventor of the digital camera, we just point and shoot, so to speak.

Delora is impressed with the development of Gen. Santos City. She is often here but the last time she was here was in December 2007. Since then, it has grown, as she pointed out. We also drove to nearby Alabel, Sarangani.

That the city has grown as observed by a non-resident is wonderful to hear. Now, each Gen. Santos resident or General is duty bound to keep the moral fiber strong as the city is poised to grow even more in the upcoming months.

Like I said, "the best is yet to come".

Psalm 127:1
Unless the LORD builds the house, its builders labor in vain. Unless the LORD watches over the city, the watchmen stand guard in vain.

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