We usually visit Inay and Itay on November 1. This year though, husband has an important work to do thus suggests we do the visit a day earlier than the usual. It’s seems a great idea as the memorial park may be slightly less crowded on October 31.After visiting and saying our prayers for our dearly departed, we headed to Tagaytay City for lunch and leisure. The boys have been to Sky Ranch before so we opt to spend the afternoon at this premiere park and enjoy its thrilling rides, sumptuous food, and magical ambiance. Luckily, we just came in time for its wickedly fun Halloween treat. My boys got to participate and enjoy various games, a real scavenger hunt included, plus the rides and even the various food kiosks. There was even a costume contest and sadly, we didn’t come prepared. Five participants dressed to impress — some funny, spooky, and magical — won special gifts. The event got a number of sponsors, thus the overflowing giveaways and prices. Funny that I have a teen boy already and two of my children are about to enter their teenage years in a few years and yet we haven’t been to any trick or treat event. I must have been a very busy working mom then, no time for such fun.
Thankfully though, we have Yael to awaken the kid in us and enjoy life’s surprises – that includes going out and joining mall, church or amusement park activities like the Wickedly Fun Halloween Treat at Sky Ranch in Tagaytay City.
We may have missed a lot from the many years that passed, but we still have the many more years to come to enjoy what the outside world has to offer.
Again, thank you, dear Lord, for this privilege to be home with my boys. And I thank husband for letting me be a full time mom. Despite the crazy schedule and chores, I feel more complete.