Tuburan Mountain Resort
“The family has the duty to care for its elderly members but the State may also do so through just programs of social security.” Sec.4, Art.XV, Philippines Constitution.
|Granny & Browie|
It will be the new theme of my blog, as I travel and eat around, I will also be talking about the law.
Sometimes it is better not to plan anything, like the swimming activity I have with cousins; Maya, Deo & Ryner, my browie, Mama & Lola Auring. Yes I started this blog talking about the elderly, I found it fitting to be talking about them, most often than not with our work and other activities we tend to forget about them.
I take Lola Auring for one, for six days she will be left alone at home and on Sundays she’ll have the company of my Tito & some cousins only for a few hours. I myself get to see her during Sunday’s church service, with the long weekends I decided to bring her along in our swimming escapade.
The little moments we spent with our grandparents, I believe, are precious moments in their lives. Lola may have stayed in the cottage and can’t even see us clearly as we play around in the pool, but I know, seeing her smile as she listen to our laughter made her happy that day.
|our attempts to have under water shoots........sitting under water|
|with wowa, mama & deo|
Tuburan Mountain Resort is located in Sitio San Roque, Bololmala, Tupi, South Cotabato. One can pass through Brgy. Palian or Brgy. Bololmala.