We Love You Tatay

Β The video shown on the last night of Tatay’s wake.

A big thanks to everyone who have extended their condolences to the whole family. Last Sunday, we bid our final goodbyes to Tatay (my dad’s father). It’s comforting to see people who want to spend time with the family on the last night of his wake and even until the funeral.

We still praise God in times like this. His promise keeps us encouraged.

Our friends, we want you to know the truth about those who have died, so that you will not be sad, as those who have no hope. We believe that Jesus died and rose again, so we believe that God will take back with Jesus those who have died believing in Him.
– 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14

We all have our fond memories of Tatay. And even though he’s no longer with us, we are confident that one day we will see him again in heaven. Last weekend was a celebration of his life, his love, and his faith.

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It was a fine afternoon. Perfect weather. Darel and I took turns in taking these photos (and videos! — soon). Btw, the photos showing Rafa crying doesn’t have anything to do with the funeral. He cried because the maintenance personnel was done with the lawn mower. Haha.

Travelogue: Baguio 2017

Took me longer than the usual to finish editing this video (including the teaser) because I used a different camera this time (that’s why it’s no longer crappy hahaha). The thing is, all footages were recorded in 4:3 setting but Youtube only supports 16:9, so I had to tweak everything and export it again. Unless I want to have black bars on the side of my video. Whew. Na-stress ako ng slight but it’s all good!

Here’s the video of our Baguio trip last weekend. Making videos is so much fun with Rafa as my main content. Hahaha.

Don’t forget to watch in HD! :)

Rafa Plays Taguan

Yesterday, I taught Rafa how to play hide and seek. He still doesn’t know how to count but he seems to be getting the point of “seeking”. Yay! Although we still need to practice the “hiding” part because he just imitates where I previously hid. Haha. Today, I was busy working on my laptop when he came inside the room and started to distract me. I thought maybe I should rest for a bit and play with him. I said, “Taguan?” and he immediately smiled.

Here’s a video of Β us playing taguan / hide and seek. Hindi ko nga alam bakit hindi nya napapansin yung phone ko as I try to take a video of him. Hahaha!

Don’t forget to watch it in HD!