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While I'm away from the online universe, away from the platform which gives me a rare opportunity to save, I am here, busy with the real-life I have.
It's not fresh to everyone, I'm a mother, and I have two kids to take care of, but they say if you have to choose between family and your “niche”, you should choose your family over anything else. I am very grateful and pleased, I made to save my earnings from here and let my children and the people around me have a taste of it.
I'm just a nobody here on this platform so I guess, no one's interested to know why I wasn't so active these days, but then let me share here the happenings I faced these past few days.
My time was consumed by my responsibilities at home, my boys, especially my youngest son, Damien.
He turned two years old last Friday, it was September 3, and I am thankful I was able to give him a decent celebration from the BCH I received from Rusty and the other users here.
Bitcoin Cash has been a huge help especially in these pandemic times, it doesn't only helps from the needs but even for special events too.
Last September 3 was a very special occasion in the family, finally, our little boy was baptized and was now a legal Christian. It's our (Roman Catholics) tradition, to be blessed by the holy water, and by God's trinity, accepting and bringing the faith and serve God as we grow old. So, aside from his Birthday, we also celebrated his Christening.
At last! After how many months of postponed plans, I achieved to organized his celebration with the help of the Bitcoin Cash I save in my wallet.
Honestly, I already saved and kept $100 worth of BCH for his birthday and Christening, I even made it as a goal here, but I failed to make an update about it, I forgot. But then, it wasn't enough. I paid $20 for the church, I already mentioned it in my last article too.
Then, I bought him his "paraphernalia” for his birthday celebration. I'm not rooting for a grand festivity, all I want is to give him a proper and decent gathering among the closest family members since it's prohibited to have huge gatherings these days.
As I gradually sent some of the funds I kept in my Bitcoin.com wallet, at first, I felt discouraged. As I don't want to touch some of my reserves there, but then, I remember the warm smile of my son, it's for him. Also, my husband, I don't want him to be miserable or feel he's unfortunate, so I still sent another to be added for Damien's budget.
You see, I'm not active for a couple of days or almost a week now, and my wallets got no improvements.
And now, I'm suffering the consequences of my sleepless nights, staying late for days for the preparation of my son's event. Though I could buy stuff for his birthday, like a banner or tarpaulin, I wanted to make it unique in a way I could give a touch.
So, I decided to do some “Do it yourself” stuff just like how I used to do before. It was time-consuming and tiring but I know it'll be worth it, and I guess, it was.
Out of empty cardboard, I cut out his name and covered it with black cartolina paper, I also cut a mustache and a hat out of it.
I decided to make a “Little Man” theme this time, since Damien is very talkative, at the age of one, he can pronounce words and even speak one sentence just like an old man.
He's our source of happiness in the compound today, he's very jolly and I know he's excited about his birthday too.
Last September 1, we went out and bought the things and ingredients needed for his day, and I was so tired like it was my first time buying the groceries again. 😅 I almost forgot the feeling of being in line next to the cashier holding my cart, since I am now fond of buying stuff online.
But I have no choice, I need to buy the ingredients and most of them could be found in the supermarket in town.
To be honest, I now don't feel any guiltiness looking at my wallet's current status. What I could feel is gratefulness, instead of regretting and wishing I haven't touched my funds, I am just thankful, that my BCH savings saved my little boy's event this year.
I am just blessed with the BCH I have, though I don't have much this time, though my wallets are presently hungry and scarce, I know I could still make ways to save again.
Today (September 5), I am having a fever due to the sleepless nights I had for consecutive days before and after my son's celebration. But it's fine, I know I'll get sooner, what's important for me is that his occasion is now over. I still have enough days to rest again and go back here when I have enough time.
School days are here again too, so I'll be the one to accompany my eldest son to school for his reviews and for his modular lessons too, so I'll have a hectic schedule further. But I know, with proper time management, everything will fall into place. I just have to plan and work on it to see its effectiveness.
I just want to write this article, to show you guys how Bitcoin Cash helped me in so many ways I never expected. I was stressed and anxiety almost attacked me, but my BCH savings saved me and my hopes.
I almost forgot that the main reason why I saved and kept some of my funds is for my family. It's especially for my sons who are still young, it's for their future. So, I never regretted spending some of those for my little one.
My BCH is meant to spend, but I will never fail to replenish it. I will continue to save until I can, spend some with no guilt feelings if needed again.
To show you how happy I am with the recent event we had, I'll just publish a new article about my son's birthday, the reason for my hungry wallets but made my heart full of love and gratefulness. 💚