Charlene emosyonal sa pag-alis ng anak: It was a very difficult decision to make
NAGLABAS ng kanyang saloobin si Charlene Gonzales-Muhlach sa kanyang Instagram account nitong Linggo ng gabi dahil paalis na ang anak nila ni Aga Muhlach na si Andres para mag-aral sa Spain.
Noon pa naman ito napagdesisyunan nina Charlene at Aga, na sa ibang bansa nila pag-aaralin ang kanilang mga anak at take note, hindi sila magkasama dahil gusto nilang matutong mamuhay mag-isa sina Andres at Atasha na hindi umaasa sa kaanak o magulang.
Ipinost ni Charlene ang iba’t ibang facial expression ni Andres na naka-shades at baseball cap habang nasa dagat sila na may caption na, “Flooding my feed with andres, @aagupy…
“The day has come were you are starting a new chapter in your life as you head out to college. As a mom, you imagine & know that someday, that day will come but you always think it’s too far away for it to be a reality.
(crying emoji). As you leave for college today in Spain, know that we love you very much and we are super proud of you Andres.
“It was a very difficult decision to make (especially during this global pandemic for you to be on campus) but you really wanted to continue your studies on campus and as parents we will be here to support & guide you every step of the way.
“We love you Andres & thank you for always being so kind & for continuously making us proud. Your dad, mama & sister love you so much.
“Have the best time of your life in Spain & continue to make lasting memories, that you will cherish forever.
“All these pictures I have taken of him are all stolen shots from our last beach trip. I could not resist. See you in a couple of months (may), my son loves you very much.”
Si Atasha naman ay sa UK mag-aaral pero dahil lockdown pa doon dulot ng bagong COVID-19 variant ay sa online muna niya ipagpapatuloy ang pag-aaral.
“As for Atasha. She currently is studying online in a UK university but due to the current lockdown in the UK. She will continue to study online this semester and Atasha will will be on campus the following school year in the UK.
“Ang hirap mag-let go for any mom but going off to college will be a wonderful experience for all children. As parents, we provided them wings, but now it’s their turn to fly.
“We love you so much #mymommyheart,” mensahe pa ni Charlene sa mga anak.
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