We spent the Holy Week in the most relaxing resort, my mom’s hacienda.
Mother does not have a pool but she does have a lake. Hehe. While the aircon in the houses of the city folks were in full gear, we were happily enjoying the strong cool winds of Bayog
Franco and I always make plans of going out like a date night in Elbi Square ( I am not even sure if it is still open. The first and last time, we were there was in 2004) or eating in Isdaan, but none of those ever happen. It is always more fun to chillax in Dorie’s mansion. So what do we do in my mom’s house? Nothing! Just how we like it. Aki was far busier than Franco and I whenever we are home in Elbi
Here are some of his regular activities
Enviously watch the neighbors’ kids play with old rubber tires. I asked the kids why they have so many tires when they are only four in the group. One kid said they bring extras for those who would like to join them
Feed the chicken. Later on, chase them.
Marvel, inspect and take a bath at the poso
Enjoy the greens. That also means running and running and running and a couple of attempts at rolling. Aki could not figure out how to roll so he just crawled.
Swim with cousins!
Play his favorite toy, the tooompo! This deservers a separate post.
Oh I just remembered. We did go out although not with Franco. Aki and I were still recovering from the virus we caught so we did what a lot of Elbi families do in the morning, sun bathe in the UPLB Freedom park.