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Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Insta Scoop: Bianca Rogoff Writes Heartfelt Letter to Mom Cherie Gil


Images courtesy of Instagram: bianca.rogoff

25 comments:

  1. I musy say that shes a cool mom. Mukhang striktang kontrabidang nanay pero opposite pala. Rest well Cherie. Gonna miss you in all teleseryes

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  2. I used to write lengthy posts but when my father passed, I couldn't write any. It's been 2 years and still I couldn't put my emotions into words.

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    1. @12:26 I feel you ka-FP! Ganyan na ganyan din ako, mahaba mag post sa FB and all. When my grandma passed away, I couldn't even post a word. Family and extended relatives posted their own memories of/with her, as well as their condolences but not one from me. All my heart could feel was pain, my lola was and still an angel for me. It took me 4 years just to post our photo and captioned it with "I miss you so much 'la".

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    2. Same here, it's been years since I posted something about anything. Ironies a couple of years prior to my father's passing a great-aunt died and her children asked me to write a simple thank you/dedication for them to post on their own accounts to address the condolences that came their way. They liked what I did which came complete with some artwork. When my father's time came — VACCUUM — It's beyond loss for words, it's that feeling I think I refuse to relive, to finally acknowledge that he us gone. But I have long accepted it now, the "there's nothing worth posting" just remains.

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  3. I’m crying right now. Losing someone you really love will leave a scar in your heart forever. You will never move on but instead, you will get use to the pain and will learn to live without them.

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  4. naiyak ako 😭 sobrang miss nya siguro mom nya hayyy

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  5. Anyone here lost a parent and never felt them? I lost mine 5 months ago. It's depressing and di ko accept na parang ako lang ang walang nararamdaman when I was very much loved nun buhay pa tatay ko.

    Bakit kaya ganon? It breaks my heart not seeing him in my dreams. Not even once.

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    1. Same din tayo. I miss my dad so much and hindi din sya nagpapakira sa panaginip ko.

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    2. parehas tayo.. lost my mom just last April and 'til now hndi sya nagpaparamdam sakin. feeling ko tuloy masama akong anak kht na ako yung sumalo sa mga responsibilidad nya nung maliliit pa kami. smantalang ung mga kptid ko na halos hndi sya natulungan nkpagparamdam na sya

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    3. Me here, close as I was to my late father, I haven't dreamt of him like what we hear from other people when their love ones pass on. Dreaming of the lived ine looking at them, giving a last "message" or smiling at them, etc. Mine were scenarios of normal day to day living in our old house and when I wake up (because this is the part of a dream that people say one remembers, when one is about to wake up) I realize that he was supoosed to be there sitting/standing/interacting w/ someone else, etc. But I didn't really "see" him. And this was just recently. Months or immediate years after he passed — NOTHING. Then I realized during the time I longed for my father's presence, I felt I was ready to "go with him" if ever I saw him. I don't know maybe it's their (dearly departed) way of saying "NO it's not your time to leave I won't even visit you in your dreams until you accept that I am gone and you still have to remain here on Earth for a reason or several reasons still." Sounds weird especially for those who do not believe in the Afterlife but that's how I feel, my realization.

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    4. Nung namatay tatay ko hindi ako umiyak. we felt relieved kasi hindi na niya dadanasin ang sakit dahil sa illness niya. then tanggap na kasi namin. Comatose siya for almost 1 week. Himala na lang daw ang makapagising sa kanya. Napaghandaan na namin na iiwan na kami ng father namin. nakatulong din na yung outlook ko sa death ay hindi dapat katakotan kundi iembrace siya because its a natural process.

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  6. Ang bigat nmn nito... grabe silang magkapatid emotionally matured sila they can put words to their emotions which is very hard for some people. Naiyak ako sa msg nya

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  7. I don’t know them but I cried reading this.

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  8. Napakahirap mawalan ng NANAY sa totoo lang. Iba ang pagka-warak ng puso sa pagkawala ng may-ari ng sinapupunang pinanggalingan mo! The one who nursed you, nag-subo ng pagkain, nag-aalaga at natataranta pag maysakit ka, nagpa-ka-OA sa concern sa iyo, naghatid at sundo sa school, um-attend sa PTA, sa graduation sa lahat ..... para kang na disconnect na ewan pag nawala ang INA ... kaya oy! ipakita niyong mahal niyo nanay niyo!

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  9. ♥️♥️♥️

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  10. How this young lady was criticized for keeping her mood up at a difficult time was cruel. It will never be not heartbreaking. It will never be not painful. Her mom will be her Guiding Light.

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  11. when my mom passed, I couldn’t even say a eulogy on her wake. ive tried to write something pero wala talaga akong ma compose. my heart was broken into pieces and it took me years to pick up it up and put it back together again. i can still hear her voice in my head and see her smiles in my dreams.

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  12. When my dad passed lahat ng funerals na inattendan ko after, iyak ako ng iyak. I just now realized na tuwing nasa funeral ako ng ibang tao, bumabalik pala lahat ng sakit na na feel ko noong ili bing namin si Dad. Feeling ko, nagpapa-alam na naman ako sa kanya na kahit na 10 years ago na, may kurot pa rin sa puso

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  13. ouch....crying here.

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