Tuesday, December 16, 2008

The Three Trees Presentation

Zaki and the rest of the Bridge School kids had their Christmas presentation last week, a play entitled, The Three Trees.

To say that all parents (and grandparents) were excited would be an understatement. There were lots of singing and two Beatles' songs in there, too. Zaki and the rest of the Younger Pre-school kids sang, Georgies' Here Comes the Sun and All You Need is Love.

And yes, it's alright.

Grainy vid below. Would love to see other vids since there were plenty jockeying for space to get their shots off. Paging other parents who have awesome vids of the show.

Some pics here and more vids, too.

Friday, December 12, 2008

A Few Hours from Now ...

It has been a really busy week already at Morph Labs and at the same time with all the preparations for the school's Christmas' presentation. Nevertheless, it looks to be fun even if we're a bit late with handing out the gifts to the other kids and missing a few ones still for tomorrow is gonna be the last day.

Strange to hear Zaki asking me a a bunch of times if I'm coming to watch her presentation - last one while she was almost half asleep. Must be because for the longest time - 4 days, I wasn't the one bringing her to school and instead went to office earlier (and coming home late even) and adding to the transgression, even missing her birthday party :)

Also got a 'luv u daddy' from her twice this evening. Sob. Lots of making up to do ...

Love you, too Zaki!

Monday, December 08, 2008

Thankful for Another Dec 8 Birthday!

I do admit that there are times when it just gets so difficult writing week after week. Not that there are no special things to speak of nor shout about but it must be the grind that is getting to me coupled with my health not cooperating as it had in the past. This isn't exactly how blogging should be for me (and this is exactly where the paths diverge between revered journalists and people such as myself).

Yet today is a special day! Zaki is turning four (or as she pronounces, "foy").

Year three was a blast (as we got blasted, too). School, being on TV and just everyday being terrible! But at least we get to leave her now with her yaya for the first time in her life and still be fine.

Hopefully, her fourth year will be nothing short of fantastic!
[Dad promises to be better; too much of a grouch this year I admit and really sorry for it]

Here's some pics taken from my cellphone to celebrate the last few days of her as a
twee year old! Just in case your memory fails you, PacMan won yesterday against Dela Hoya but it doesn't mean that punching people is right!