Thank you ulit baby ha? Nakalkal ko yung picture tapos naalala ko tuloy yung birthday ko dati. Sooooobrang maraming salamat ulit baby. Sana makasama kita hanggang sa huling birthday ko. :D Mahal na mahal po kita!
- Far Eastern UniversityBachelor of Science in Medical Technology, 2010 - 2014My stepping stone to medschool. It has been a very hard journey. Nonetheless, it has made me the man that I have ought to become. If you are plannning to become a doctor, it will save you a lot of hardships on medschool. BTW, I have met my wife during my school days here. (Actually, this is to be posted on ~2018. I just got too excited. HAHA.)
I come from a family of four that resides in Mapalad, Arayat, Pampanga. It is headed by my father, Dionicio M. Puyat. He used to be a farmer when he was young. At present, as a man with 80 years of age he is incapable of doing laborious works; he now stays at home. Occasionally, he goes to our farm to manage and to instruct the people working on it. More important, he inculcated many values and characteristics that I should personally possess to be a good child, good sibling, good citizen, and good follower of God. Emma S. Puyat, my biggest inspiration, is the mother of our family. She inspires me to strive harder and to push myself toward the limits. I may be facing hardships during my stay here as a medical technology student, but my mother had to endure more when she was on college. She had to work as a helper for a family in order to study in college. Fortunately, she had endured such difficulties and finished as a teacher. Currently, she’s like doubling herself just to provide our needs – especially our education. Thus to show her my overflowing gratitude, I try to make the best out of me through the opportunities provided by the different institutions that I have undergone to. My younger sibling, Diosa Marie S. Puyat, is a 3rd year Bachelor of Science student at Far Eastern University Manila. Being kind-hearted and hardworking, I can see a younger version of my mother on her. She’s hard-headed at certain times though. We occasionally had had fights, sometimes about nothing that really matters, which were resolved with talks.
Our family may not be as rich as the families of our 2nd and 3rd degree relatives, yet we have always found ourselves satisfied with what we have. We are also fond of cheering up the entire family. Diosa is exceptionally great at this. On the other hand, we are divided in terms of religious preferences. But even though such situation is present, our parents have always kept the solidarity of our family. They made sure that our family always stays together. In fact, we seldom see them having a fight. They’ve always showed us how to be good to each other. My parents have done so many great things to make us how they want us to become, and I’m very grateful that I am what I’ve become. I just hope that when time comes, I’ll be able to surpass what they did as our parents. I will - that’s my goal in life.
Note: I actually wrote this to comply with the 'Family Decription' requirement for the intership program next semester.
Written on: July 11, 2013