A Knight’s Love

Is the youngest child  in a family often naturally sweet and thoughtful?

Just a one-centavo query which may elicit different responses.
Before he was fetched for school today, I received  a personalized Valentine’s card from my youngest son, Lancelot.


A project in his grade two art subject, this brought tears to my eyes especially when I read his message which showed a lot of efforts in putting his thoughts in scribbled words.


I hugged and kissed him saying, “Thank you, Knight. I love you.”
Maganda po ba, Nanay?” (Is it beautiful, Mom?)  he asked and waited for my confirmation.
I hugged and kissed him again.
Napakaganda. The best!”  (Very beautiful.)
His eyes twinkled with pride and happiness.
For me who does not observe the celebration of Cupid’s Day from the start because I believe that a single day should not be picked in expressing and showing deep affection to someone, knight’s gesture is a good reminder in articulating the love of a son to his mother and vice versa.

I am blessed for I am loved by my son.

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