If Mondays are considered the riskiest day for heart ♥ attacks, then Friday should be tagged as the come what may day for passengers, especially during “uwian time” . As long as you can fit that butt of yours in a jeepney 🚙 and bus 🚍 , then be relieved. You can guarantee a seat 💺 on your way home 🏡 . But please, don’t forget to inform your parents that it will take longer for you to arrive home, otherwise, you’ll hear a seal bark and you definitely won’t like it.
Let me tell you some LESSONS I’ve learned while I’m on my way home today against the horrendous drop 💧 of the rain and the strong brush of the wind 🍃 in this Crazy Friday Night 🌃 .
1. Listen 👂 to your mother.
Sometimes, we ignore our parents because we thought 💭 we can handle every thing since we are not minors anymore. Oh no, think again. Mothers have the best instinct and when they tell you to go home 🏡 at 4 pm, then so be it. They have more experiences compared to us, and they knew how difficult it is to go home on Friday’s.
2. Always know the day of the week.
After praying 🙏 and doing your morning routine, it’s best to check what day of the week you are in. Days like time are uniquely engineered and they mean a thing. If Sundays are rest day and God’s day, Mondays are starters, then Fridays are the bottleneck 🍾 of the week. It’s the day when most people go home to rest after school and work so expect a stampede of passengers on bus 🚍 terminals.
3. Don’t put your phone 📱 on silent mode.
Phones are necessary during emergencies and highly important cases. Well, a mother miscalling 🤙 her daughter for the umpteenth time ⌚ but was unanswered because the cellphone was in a silent 😶 mode is worried to death. If you put your profiles in silent 🔕 mode, don’t forget to activate the vibrate alarm 📳 so you will know if someone is calling or texting you. You never know, it’s a highly classified information that needs urgent attention.
4. Always bring your umbrella ☔.
No one can predict 🔮 the exact weather of the day so be wise enough to bring an umbrella. It’s very handy for both sunny ☀ and rainy season and can also be used as a weapon. Lol. Just bring one. If the need arises, you’ll be thankful you have it kept in your bag 🛄.
PS. I had to type this against the overcrowded bus I’m riding right now. No complaints here. I believe I deserve such inconvenience because I failed to listen to my mother. I can’t wait to go out of the bus and rest my exhausted body.
Afterall, I’m praying 🙏 for our safe arrival to our destinations. May God bless us all.