Take your time coming home.

04 June 2013

A couple of posts ago I told you about how one of my closest and oldest friends is leaving the country to work abroad. As a mini send-off party, my friends and I booked a room at La Breza Hotel after recommendations from other friends.

Well, I guess we had less luck as we received a less-than-stellar treatment when we stayed there the weekend after last but I don't want to spend energy telling you how much their service sucked. I don't want to bitch about how we needed to have the mini fridge replaced because the one in our room was not working. I don't want to grumble about how the vouchers for the extra people we paid for were not given at the onset and we still had to ask for it numerous times before they were handed to us. I am not even going to complain about how they wanted to charge us additional fees even after we have confirmed again and again that we didn't have to pay extra. Yes I know that it is not a five-star hotel, but being in the hospitality industry they should have been more accommodating. Nevertheless I am not going to whine about all of these. I'm just glad that my friends all know how to make the most out of even the, well, suckiest situations.
















So many memories, laughter, and stories from that weekend along with everything our group has experienced since we were kids. So many changes and transitions happening, but I have faith that we'll stay friends 'til we're old and gray. I know two years will just pass by in a flash, and before we know it Dianne will be back. I am just trying to stay optimistic about this because I will miss her so much. As I type, she is on her way to the airport, and I know that I could go on and on about how I am going to miss her, but it will never compare to what she's feeling right now because she will leave her daughter Kaylee behind.

Niel and I went to their house last night, and I made sure my hug for her as I said goodbye is worth at least two years.


Dear Dianne, Saturdays will never be the same without you, but take your time coming home. We love you and we will be here when you come back!

♥(οΎ‰´∀`)

3 comments:

Ennaid Eiram said...

Oh I'm so touched.. I love you teta..and I love u all guys!!! Hugs and kisses to all!!!!

Hazel said...

geez, sorry to hear about your bad experience! :| i agree, being in the hotel industry, they should have been more accommodating. Anyway, at least you and your friends enjoyed and made the most out of the situation ;)

Rick said...

Thinking about how fast the past two years have flown by, I'm surprised she's not back already!!! You're right, it will pass quickly.