Are you proud of what we've become?

Imagebis mine...during one smoky and not foggy morning. Haha
@Lucky15 (33423)
Philippines
February 18, 2016 3:14pm CST
Our parents might have gone, still, i can feel how proud they are, to the results of what they implanted to us. Last Saturday, i saw many post on facebook where one of my brother was tagged. Confused and curious of why that there were so many congratulations on his wall. I just let it pass, then someone posted a grabbed-screen photo of his name and being number 5 on the list, now even more curious, so i asked another male sibling of ours. This brother of ours, took another exam last October. An exam for his promotion. And i felt proud of him, yey! Few days after, i saw him on tv--local regional news, being interviewed. He was one of the leader of the operation on a raid. Who can not be proud of? Last night, while getting my back relax a bit, stared at the pictures of our parents and asked them, are you proud of what your children has become? Though it is just sad that they didn't had enjoyed every fruit of the tree they planted on us.
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@whiteream (3527)
• United States
18 Feb 16
With both of my parents being gone. I do hope, they look down from Heaven with pride in all that me and my sisters have become. They taught us well.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
18 Feb 16
they are reaping the of what they sow :) i know you, they are ma'am :)
@Corbin5 (102847)
• United States
18 Feb 16
Your parents did do a wonderful job raising their children. They definitely would be proud.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
18 Feb 16
they are ma'am, maybe smiling from ear to ear up there :)
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@amadeo (63855)
• United States
18 Feb 16
well sort of.Wanted to become more.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
18 Feb 16
glad to know that sir :) how are you now sir? :)
@JudyEv (121004)
• Bunbury, Australia
18 Feb 16
I'm sure your parents would have been proud of all of you. What most parents want is for their children to do well.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
18 Feb 16
thinking how they handled 13 children, i know they really are very much proud ma'am
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@JudyEv (121004)
• Bunbury, Australia
19 Feb 16
@Lucky15 That is a big family to raise. They did very well. You must be really proud of them too.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
@JudyEv their story..raising us was tough. Hearing stories from my older siblings. And i am just one happy and proud daughter.
• Bloomington, Illinois
19 Feb 16
My parents tell me how proud of the young woman i have become all the time. I live about 4 hours away from them, but i talk to them at least 3-5 times a week. They are always encouraging me to keep going and that they are proud of me no matter what. I love them so much and i am so grateful for everything that they have taught me and how much time they spent building me up. If i become half the parent that one of them is i will definitely be a blessed woman
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
You are raised do well
@AnneEJ (5023)
• Dollard-Des-Ormeaux, Quebec
19 Feb 16
I am sure my parents were proud of the people we became. I am very proud of my children and the fine adults they have become.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
Seeing them growing up and everything and they has been good...you ma'am have really did great :)
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@antonbunot (9512)
• Calgary, Alberta
18 Feb 16
So, your brother is a cop! He is a good cop. Anyway, priests and cops have one thing in common. They are protectors. A cop protects the human body, the priest protects the soul of the human body. In some cases, some cops and priests overdo the protecting process by entertaining the human bodies of the ones they are protecting . . . . hehehehe!
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
18 Feb 16
yes sir, got three of them ahaha, *P.S. am still thinking about what food will i post
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@antonbunot (9512)
• Calgary, Alberta
18 Feb 16
@Lucky15 . . . This is a good question that deserves a good answer (from me). Well, honestly, I am not very proud of what I eventually turned out in life. I wanted to be a priest to save souls including yours from hell. But I had and still have doubts about my ability to saving souls from hell's inferno. Why? Most of my contemporaries in the seminary who were ordained priests had so many extracurricular activities in their convents that they eventually left the church and followed God's holy words - - "Go on earth and multiply!" Some of them even overdid their multiplication process. They multiplied in every place they went. I would have done the same or even worse considering the fact that my testosterone-count was much higher than theirs! . . . . to be continued.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
18 Feb 16
share sir, hahaha
• Philippines
18 Feb 16
I believe your parents are very proud to both of you and to where you are right now.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
18 Feb 16
i know, like they are smiling now from ear to ear :)) and remembering how they smile, it made me smile too :)
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@garymarsh6 (13458)
• United Kingdom
18 Feb 16
I would like to think that they are proud of what we all have achieved.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
18 Feb 16
yes, they surely are sir :)
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@brokenbee (7811)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
I am sure they are so proud of what all of you have become. Congrats to your bro!
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
i will tell him if he comes home, hehe. he is still on duty
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@brokenbee (7811)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
@Lucky15 hmmmm and your photo reminds me of the mornings here at home, the smoky mornings when we clean our backyard then burn those leaves. Ahahahaha
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
@brokenbee you guess it right. the smoke is really smoke from burning leaves from our neighbor, hahaha
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• United States
24 Mar 16
I am sure they are proud of the family, this was good to read and congrats on your brother helping
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
24 Mar 16
thank you ma'am, maybe they are celebrating up there, maybe having a feast ;)
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• United States
24 Mar 16
@Lucky15 that would be an interesting subject to look into-- feasts in the after life . . .
@cherriefic (4393)
• Baguio, Philippines
19 Feb 16
Good thing that my Mom was still alive when I started working and I know how proud she was seeing me like that. I'm still trying to make sure that she will still be proud of me even she is no longer with us.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
21 Feb 16
making them proud is like the answer of every hardship that they have gone through
• Baguio, Philippines
21 Feb 16
@Lucky15 I agree. It seems like that's all they want.
@LadyDuck (151795)
• Switzerland
19 Feb 16
I hope that my Mother is proud of me, my father has gone many many years ago. I have no children.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
21 Feb 16
i know she is ma'am :)
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@LadyDuck (151795)
• Switzerland
21 Feb 16
@Lucky15 Thank you, I hope. I am sure that we all want to please our parents.
@SIMPLYD (78616)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
Congratulations to your brother . Was it shown on national TV news ?
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
Local news. Haha. The regional one.
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@SIMPLYD (78616)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
@Lucky15 Oh i though on national TV . But anyway , he really is somebody one should be proud of .
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• Surrey, British Columbia
6 May 16
i'm sure they were proud of your bro.congratulations and Wish you all the best.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
6 May 16
Thanks ;)
@Kboy26 (147)
• Columbia, South Carolina
19 Feb 16
Your parents is looking down on you all with bright smiles on their faces.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
21 Feb 16
yes they are :)
@KristenH (23672)
• Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
19 Feb 16
I feel the same way. My mother have been gone for almost two years next month. I know she's proud of me for living on my own, being independent, and making my dreams come true. I still have my father who's still living though.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
21 Feb 16
i bet she really is ma'am :)
@Shiva49 (12578)
• Singapore
19 Feb 16
We live on due to their blessings and we make them happy too with our lifestyle - siva
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
21 Feb 16
Agree sir :)
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@Scindhia (1958)
• Chennai, India
19 Feb 16
Your parents would have definitely been proud of you. They are watching and protecting you always.
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@Lucky15 (33423)
• Philippines
19 Feb 16
Indeed :)
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