Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Nature's Gift to Mankind

During my trip back home, i was excited to see some changes or more changes in our place. More shopping malls are rising left and right with different establishments opened. Some were new and most of them are another branches of their business. It only shows that business is doing good and that people are more open to some alternatives and at least the consumers have more options and have variety of choices from food to clothing to entertainment. Since i live in the city i see all of those often and i feel like suffocated most of the time. The noise and haste of the city life are sometimes stressful and life seem so fast. Time run so fast and you are always in a hurry.

Good thing i had my break. Pack my things and the next thing i knew the plane just landed the airport. The feeling of going back home is really relaxing. I have seen the green mountains again. The view is magnificient! Wish i could see this everyday in the city but that is very impossible. The only way to make it possible is to store it in the computer and serve as a desk top background. This is a wonderful gift of nature to man kind.

One of my past time during my childhood days is swimming in the river banks. It was fun. I learned how to swim through my constant visit in the river. It wide and quite deep so i really learned to paddle my feet hard and fast. From this river i also learn how to float and sleep for like 20 mins in the water. I also learned how to dive and swim at the bottom for some minutes. I was really glad to know that it is still alive now and still looks very natural. Now, its my nephews time to invade the river for some wonderfula nd fun-filled swimming.

To add more what a farm life like is that you are able to see different kinds of animals and be friend with them. Infact, animals in the farm do love each other :). These are the things that makes farm-life wonderful. the bounty of food and fresh air and everything. Nature has a lot to offer to man kind only if we know how to take care of it and how to value it.







8 comments:

Joel said...

I love farmhouses! I remember as a kid I was chasing hens thinking you can catch them. Later I realized that it needs skills! :)

Anonymous said...

a place where u can take rest .... a place u can set aside ur problems and have a peace of mind for awhile.... labi na bukid area.... see the beautiful creation of our Almighty..

Lovelyn said...

Hi Joel, Thanks for dropping by again.

Yeah, i always miss teh life in the farm.. wish to have a farm of my own..

Lovelyn said...

Hi anonymous, thanks for dropping by. Yeah farm life is so much fun and peace. I live in the farm for like 15 years and i miss it now... miss the fresh air, food , fruits, everything...

Anonymous said...

wow! nice place.wish someday i have my own farm. i am comfortable to stay in there! less neighbor hehehehe....


/nanc

Lovelyn said...

Hi Nanc, thanks for dropping by again. You are right, the next house is like 50 meters away from our house. Hehehehe it's so spacious for me to move around, roll around, etc.

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Lovelyn said...

hello coupdecoeur, thanks for dropping i really do appreciate it. I hope you won't fail to visit next time. i rarely update my site for the moment because i'm really quite busy with work.. hope things will be more manageable very soon so i can offer you more interesting post.

God bless