Day 6: A Moment You Wish You Could Relive

Ah, sort of time travelling, going back in time kind of a thing. Well, what do I want to relive? I don’t have any regrets in my life that I would like to go back to and correct. I strongly believe that everything in the past happened for a reason and that I won’t be what I am today if not for all that. I now I have learned a lot from experience. So if there is a moment that I would like to repeat and relive again, it would be the 8th of September 2012. I wouldn’t really change anything but rather I’d like to have the chance of having more pictures taken with my entourage and parents. Also I would really love to get married with my hubby again and again.

Yeah, I know, it’s mushy and cheesy. 

A specific moment during that day, I’d say the moment I started walking down the aisle. I can’t really explain how I felt specially when Ms. Kredz started the clapping. Unbelievable. I felt like I was just dreaming. Like I saw those moments only on movies and TV. I wanted to hug just everybody. Hahaha!

Another moment I’d like to relive would be our Cloud 9 trips. Any of those Cloud 9 trips would be great. It’s where we got to know each other, staying up late just sharing stories, listening to music, and most of all, laughing. 🙂 It was also there when he first held my hand, first kissed me and the first time I’ve felt the butterflies in the stomach cliché. That’s a lot of firsts!

Or it could be the 3rd of July 2011 when we were in Caleruega, laughing our brains to pieces, and while we take a moment of silence in the chapel, he proposed?

Well, what do you know.. It’s been one month but I think I’m still on a high.

Aside from the mushy part of my life, of course there is also the non-mushy moments. Like the moment when I received my college diploma. Although I did not graduate in the top list of our class, I am still proud to have finished my studies and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. Or the moment when I won Ms. PSD in high school. I know my parents are proud of me.

There’s also the moment when I used to sit beside my Papa (grandpa) after his first stroke and just talk to him, check if he’s okay and try to make him feel better. Or the moment when we told my Mama (grandma) that Laviel has proposed and she gave us her blessing, few advices and stuff. Okay, I guess this is also quite mushy.

Now I realize there are so many good moments in life that I’d like to relive. Moments that changed my life. Moments and memories that I keep in my heart. Moments and memories that makes me remember the people I love, people who are important to me. And I thought there was none. Indeed, I thank God for this gift of life.

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