Monday, April 13, 2020

New Year's Day 2020

Four months after, here's our New Year' day celebration. 

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No kidding yes, I am posting how we spent our New Year's day. This to remind everyone that amidst the health crisis we are going through right now, there are so many things to be grateful for. Like our family.

Let me start our story with this cute not so little boy who opened all his coin banks on New Year's day.

It has been our tradition to open his coin banks on the first day of the year. Daddy A helped him. He don't save that much as we don't give him money regularly. But at least he knows how to save and that's more important.

Also, every year, it's our tradition to take our first family picture of the year. Look who've got his first picture for the year.

He took advantage while we are still dressing up. Such a happy boy!

We did our best to get the best shots.

More photos of us.

But this is my favorite.

And it is also our tradition to hear a mass on the first day of the year.

We thank God for the year that was and for the new year that is about to start.

National Shrine of the Divine Mercy

By the way, that is the world’s tallest statue of the Divine Mercy.

The 100-feet tall monument stands atop a four-storey multipurpose building at the National Shrine of the Divine Mercy’s compound.

This photo is also my favorite. We tried to get the statue as background but it was still bright where he stood.

That's my quick story of how we started 2020. We may not doing good now because of the health pandemic we are battling, but let us remember that God is here. God is good, all the time.

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