Until now, the memories of sand dunes is here with.. it’s where I drew my strength.. that experience taught me a lo.. about family, letting go and moving on. Let me quote some of the words from the blog post I wrote last year:
“Each grain of sand that hit our body melts the hatred, the stress and the heart aches my father gave us. Every fall and roll makes us stronger and gave us strength to stand up again. And though some grains landed straight to our eyes and hurt us so much, it give us hope that all will end and that there will come a time that our family will be happy. Just like taking off the grain sand in the eye, you have to cry to let it out.”
You know it was the hardest thing for us.. but with my mom’s love and guidance we were able to get out of it alive and uh normal.
Of course as a mom, I have so many unforgettable experience, such as giving birth to all them.. knowing that I will have a little girl finally.. and a lot more.. but the sand dune experience top it all. That experience defined who I am today. And that.. I have my mom to thank for.