Mother’s Day and barangay elections, two of the things that made the long weekend for most of us. In our family, Mother’s Day is celebrated without much fanfare and this time around, it was through a dinner on Sunday night at Conti’s Robinsons Magnolia, one of the malls we favor because it’s not always too crowded like other commercial centers. In our side of town, the elections went smoothly and peacefully last Monday, thank goodness.
The hubby and I opted to stay in Manila the entire long weekend and it proved to be a good decision because we got to finish some errands and bond with our family. Below are some photos:
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The barangay elections in our side of town have ended peacefully today. I’m glad to have had the chance to vote with my two siblings. It was my second time. We arrived at our designated poll precincts a little past 1pm. I heard voting would officially close at 3pm and it did.
By the time we went home, I immediately turned on the TV and got glued on the news. There were still some voting issues and concerns that cropped up (as usual), unfortunately. I’m not sure but I think I heard there were some unsecured ballot boxes reported somewhere in QC. The election officials should really consider using some Military Foot Locker to secure the people’s votes. Haha. Seriously, I can only hope things will get better in the future.
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