Laguna BM Angelica Jones Alarva receives a teddy bear from her son on Father’s Day
Father’s Day was also a day for Laguna Board Member Angelica Jones Alarva, who has been standing as solo parent to her son Angelo.
Alarva received a teddy bear from Angelo as his Father’s Day gift to her.
This made her very happy and grateful, Alarva said on Facebook.
She was touched that her son Angelo used his allowance to buy her a gift.
She also said she had to celebrate Father’s Day at the hospital because her doctor had her do some tests.
As a result, she was unable to visit her father’s grave.
But she knows he would want her to take care of her health, she said.
As a mother and father to her son, she has to remain healthy!
“Thank you very much my son Angelo Alday
with your teddy bear gift
you said Happy Fathers day Mommy
you know I have been your mother and father as a solo parent for almost 10 yrs
I gave you 500 for your pocket money instead you bought for yourself you bought 200 pesos of Teddy Bear
for I always carry and accompany me when I go global st lukes for 17 testing pathology , Heart Institute and Radiology today .
after I went to Boracay last night and had dinner with my Family at Dampa Resto. the next day (sun) I went to Global St lukes because my dra called me
I was suddenly sent to global st lukes for 17 test Pathology, Heart institute, Radiology after result I need to have surgery next week.
Last week i went to Global st lukes and Im still waiting the biopsy
I came home on saturday night to visit my father’s grave on Sunday because Fathers day
instead celebrate fathers day
from morning till night i am at global st lukes hosp.
I know papa Rodel you want me to fix my health
I know wherever I am, papa, you are there to watch over me
Happy Fathers day to my Father Papa Rodel in heaven
I love you so much anak Angelo thank you for the Teddy Bear Gift
,.” Alarva posted.
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