Ang PAG-ASA AY UMAAGOS SA PASIG. 🙏 Ang PASIG ay LUMABAN! 🎊 HOPE FOR THE PINK FLOWERS. 🌸 Today was Vice President Leni Robredo‘s campaign sortie here in my hometown, Pasig City. At first, I wasn’t so sure if I would go. As much as I’m at awe of the different rallies that happened in different cities and provinces in the last few weeks, I didn’t know if I am brave enough to set aside my fears from getting Covid-19 again. But then again, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to take a stand for our future. Let’s just hope and pray that our fighting spirit is stronger than the virus.
It is not my first time to vote for a presidential candidate, but this is my first time to join a political rally to show my support to the one who SHOWED UP during our dark times. I SHOWED UP for the ONE who MANNED UP despite of what other people are saying, despite of the mockery, despite of disinformation, despite of all the derogatory marks received, she is still fighting for the people who believe in her, as well as the people who doesn’t like her.
My son’s future is at stake here, your children’s too. I believe that our “busy president (bise or vice president)” can give the future generation the life they truly deserve. If it won’t happen in the next 6 years that she will be officially a servant-leader to our country, it will be the stepping stone for the change that we have been longing that we may have in the decades to come.
My family arrived really early, they were near the stage area. I can’t because of another commitment. It was already dark when I arrived my home awhile ago. But I still went to the rally. Kahit late na ako, sinabi kong pupunta ako, pupunta ako kasi yung president ko, pag sinabi niya na gagawin niya, gagawin niya. I was alone. I dived into the the crowd despite the fear of the virus. I was alone but I am one with everyone. I was in the middle of a huge high spirited crowd whom I am sharing the stand with whom we are voting for the 17th president of the Philippines and whom I share the desire for good governance with. What awespired me was how everyone was so willing to give and share food, water, fans, flyers, shirts, ecobags, props, banners, and a lot more. My mom actually experienced kindness. She was already feeling thirsty, and I guess, someone heard her mumbling. Suddenly, someone from the crown gave her ice cold water to relieve her thirst. How cool is that? How people acted in the rally was . It is the first time that I’m immersed in a setting where it was literally jampacked, but I never got hurt nor felt violated, despite the fact that we were so closed to each other. No one was rude, no pushing and everyone was giving way to one another. People where all decent despite the fact that we all came from different walks of life. No offense meant to anyone, but I’m pretty sure you know how it goes with some. It was really overwhelming. The bayanihan spirit is at large. The chants came from the heart, full of hope. It was a tear-jerking moment. I am proud to be part of the 137,000 sibuyas or pink balloons!!!
If you aren’t decided yet, I tell you – read more about VP Leni and Sen Kiko’s platforms, watch their debates. Don’t just watch tiktok videos. Research, fact check and no to fake news. Visit www.lenirobredo.com to read the information that you need to know about her. Pray and vote wisely this coming May 9, 2022 elections.
The Future is Bright. The Future is a Woman. The best man for the job is a woman. The woman who manned up! The last man standing is a farmer. IpanaloNa10to! LeniKiko2022. Gobyernong Tapat, Angat Buhay Lahat! Pasig, Laban!
Most photos were taken from the VP Leni Robredo Facebook Page.