Head of the family: not just a provider but a father

Imagine working in a world where time seems to just past by and where almost everything changes instantly. Think of having to keep up with an environment where it costs a lot to stop or even slow down for a while. Sound taxing, right? What more of prioritizing the welfare of everybody in the household on top of it all.
But every head of the family doesn’t mind about it. Fathers are said to be the pillars of our homes. They toil sun up to sun down to give our needs and desires.

Some of them go abroad with tears in their eyes because they will be physically separated from their families. However, there is a certain joy in their hearts knowing that they will be able to provide for their loved ones back home.

To honor these gallant paternal men and let them feel how extraordinary they are and important their sacrifices are for their families, Father’s Day has been a yearly universal event. As we mark again this special occasion on Sunday, June 18, 2017, our applause and recognition will never be enough to show them how grateful we are to have them in our lives.

Our dads, together with our moms, take good care of us the moment we’re born. They are the ones who provide everything we need for our everyday lives. From infancy up to adulthood, they feed and clothe us.

As we take our initial baby steps, our patriarchs guide and lead us in the right direction. When we stumble and fall, they assist us to rise and move on. In times of danger or any threat, they shield us from any harm.

All of these, they do out of unconditional love. Their selflessness, though, has its own toll. Working tirelessly could lead to high levels of stress constantly and problems not only mentally, but physically, too. So better watch out for the signs.

 

Event: International Thyroid Awareness Week 2017 at Robinsons’ Novaliches

Hello Sweeties!

I spent a fruitful afternoon an informative event about Thyroid Awareness. As I mentioned in my previous post.  I was diagnose with HyperThyroidism a few years ago. I admit I have been lapse in going to my specialist. With this DOH and Merk`s Thyroid Awareness Campaign has opened my eyes and had me go back to my doctor.

Last Saturday, I traveled North to attend the Thyroid Awareness Week 2017 culminating activity at Robinson`s Novaliches.

The event venue opened around 2PM to the public. Everyone just had to register and get a Entrance Card which all the activities were written down.

Activities

Listed on the activity card all the activities the guest can avail. The top listing shows required one that you need finish before getting some of the free treatments that are complementary.

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