On my pinay expat site, I wrote before that my twin granddaughters were very uncomfortable wearing their seatbelts. Most of the time they would scream when it was time for us to buckle them up.
And now as you can see, they are very comfortable with their seatbelts. At their age of 2 years and 1 month 19 days, they already found the naturalness of buckling up once they enter the car.
And that is what is so wonderful with children, they learn easily. At first they will try to defy adults rules but then as days passed by, they will follow the routine naturally.
You may wonder why I revived this blog site of mine too. I feel I owe it to AnP to state here why I am with Blogger again. I feel that I have to protect her and me as well from negative perceptions.
Well, when I got so affected of an entry I wrote that sparked misconception, I told her that I wanted to be on temporary hiatus which she did for me. After a few weeks, I wrote her that I was ready to post entry again. After 2 or 3 posts in a span of 1 week, I could not access the site anymore. As AnP explained something got wrong and she wrote: "Sorry! Mea culpa, mea culpa... when I transferred the database of Ruth's blog to her new domain, I made a mistake and somehow changed the name and code for yours, as well." She asked me how she could be of help. And since my youngest daughter initiated my return to Blogger, I decided and informed her that I'll just continue with Blogger. And this is the reason why I am with Blogger again.
I am proud that AnP invited me to join her pinayexpat. Now, I understand the situation . Anyhow, I am contented and comfortable with Blogger. Since AnP wrote that our relationship remain the same and wish to meet me once she visits Justice here makes me glad.
And that's it. AnP and me are in good terms. And I respect her as one of the first I met in blogosphere.
So like my twin grand daughters, I also learnt how to be comfortable and be natural of my present situation and make the most of it. This is applicable to all adults too. May we adults, learn from children how to be contented on following present routines and or rules with a happy heart.