It’s my son’s first ever semester break. School is off for a week to give way to the holidays! Yipeeee! 🙂
It has always been a part of the Filipino tradition that every 1st and 2nd of November families visit their departed loved ones at their resting places. Family members remember the dead by lighting up candles in their niche and offering prayers. Some even bring food to share among those who visited. Lately, this tradition has transformed into a festivity in itself. Aside from the customary beliefs, some have brought revelry into it by bringing loud music into the cemeteries, some people are even partying on these tranquil places, more foods are being brought, and so much more.
Today I decided to stop playing CafeWorld. I have been addicted to this online game since October last year and have reached level 128 already. But since the game is taking so slow to load, plus there are more tasks to complete and etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. There are actually so many glitches in the game, and I just couldn’t believe that I have survived one year playing it.