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Supportive Dad Accompanies Wheelchair-Bound Son, Provides Support as He Takes LET

Netizens are praising a supportive dad who loves his son so much that even if the young man is having trouble walking, he became his son’s feet as he provides mobility support and accompanies him to take the Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET).

Sheila Mae Estrañero Glor was also taking the same exam when he noticed the old man waiting outside the room.

She detailed that the exam was to start at 6:30 AM; thus, everyone was there by 5:30 AM. With so many exam takers milling around, she did not notice the older man until she completed taking the first subject.

Photo credit: Sheila Mae Estrañero Glor / Facebook

According to Sheila, the old man was outside the classroom and was obviously waiting for someone taking the test. He would smile at passersby.

Sa isip ko, napakasupportive naman ni Tatay,” she shared.

Photo credit: Sheila Mae Estrañero Glor / Facebook

She added that though the LET is scheduled from 6:30 AM to 6:30 PM, most of the examinees were finished by 5 PM. Inside the room, only four of them were left, including a man in a wheelchair.

At 5:30 PM, Sheila was finally finished. As she went outside, this old man smiled at her and proudly said that he’s waiting for his child who was taking the test, too. Curious, she asked which one of the remaining three examinees it was, not connecting at all that he was there with the guy in the wheelchair until this proud dad pointed him out.

Photo credit: Sheila Mae Estrañero Glor / Facebook

He proudly added that since his son started his studies, he was always there to send him off and pick him up. As his son takes the LET, he’s there to provide his full support!

Photo credit: Sheila Mae Estrañero Glor / Facebook

Gusto kong maiyak. Dama ko yung sakripisyo ni Tatay at ng lahat ng mga magulang para sa mga anak nila. Yung kaya nilang gawin ang lahat nang walang pagkapagod o pagkainip,” Sheila posted.

Isinama ko po kayo sa prayer ko, Tay. Na nawa bigyan ka pa ng mas mahaba pang buhay at mas malakas na katawan. At nawa din makapasa ang anak n’yo.

Netizens express amazement over this proud dad’s dedication and love for his son.

Photo credit: Sheila Mae Estrañero Glor / Facebook

LET Coverage and Passing Score

According to the PRC Board, the exam for the elementary level covers the following: 40% General Education (GenEd) and 60% Professional Education (ProfEd); meanwhile, the secondary level coveres the following: 20% GenEd, 40% ProfEd, and 40% area of specialization.

To pass the exam, an examinee must have an average rating of not less than 75% and must have no rating of lower than 50% in any of the test.

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3-Year-Old Kid Wows with Savings of Php77k, Parents Claim They Don’t Spend His Gifts

It is a common joke that parents often ‘keep’ their children’s monetary gifts, but actually spend it for food or something else! But a nearly 3-year-old kid wows with savings of Php77k because his parents claimed that they don’t spend his gifts at all. Wow.

Kid Saves Php77k from Gifts

A lot of ninongs, ninangs, and even family members prefer to give monetary gifts instead of buying something because they have a hard time picking the right gift that the receiver might like. After all, kids (and even adults!) can be so picky when it comes to things they want.

But it is also a common joke (and reality) that parents tell the kids they will ‘keep’ the money but actually spend it for the household needs, such as food or paying for bills.

While that’s a worthwhile way of spending the money, there are also parents who disagree with this arrangement. After all, the giver had given the money for the child/receiver to buy something that he/she wanted.

Photo credit: Jarlo Manalad / Facebook

Jarlo Manalad recently shared how their nearly 3-year-old son has Php77k in savings because they don’t spend any of the monetary gifts that he received. The money came from so many people who love the kid – ninongs, ninangs, relatives, and family friends.

Even if someone gave them something for the child’s birthday or special event, the couple decided to keep the money as the child’s savings. Manalad promised that any money given by anyone in the future will also go to this savings fund.

Aside from this money, the couple also saves Php200 per pay day for the child’s future educational funds. They hope that they could fund the child’s college education with their salaries but might use the money they saved for it.

The post has gone viral, with many people expressing admiration to these parents for the kind of attitude they have for their son’s money.

Building an Educational Fund

It is a big reality that college education can be so expensive. That’s why it is best to start saving for it when your kids are still small.

First, set your tuition fund goals. Create a savings strategy such as setting aside the money for savings before budgeting the rest of your salary. Some would suggest investing the money to grow it but others believe it is best to put it in the bank. Make sure to track your progress to inspire you to continue saving.

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Teacher Goes Viral after Replying to Student Before Going to Her Wedding

We all know that most teachers are dedicated to their jobs and are often spending a lot of overtime work to finish lessons, grades, and various reports. But one teacher recently went viral after replying to a student before going to her wedding! Now, that’s truly dedication…

Teacher Replies to Student Before Her Wedding

It is said that teaching is a noble job because their work does not stop when they go out of the classroom.

More often than not, they still spend lots of hours after school is done because there are still a lot of lessons to prepares, papers and projects to check, assignments and seatworks to be corrected, grades to be made, reports to be submitted, and so much more. Even during weekends, teachers still have a lot of things to do.

Photo credit: Irish Jeanne Bautista / Facebook

Recently, a teacher showed that their work really isn’t done even outside their duties inside the school. Irish Jeanne Bautista wowed netizens after she replied to a student’s message even if she was busy preparing for her wedding.

The student was asking about something related to a submission of a paper; though it was not indicated whether the paper was an assignment, test paper, or project. Apparently, the teacher was able to check this student’s paper but the others were reportedly not there. However, the student was puzzled because the paper was submitted along with the others.

Photo credit: Irish Jeanne Bautista / Facebook

Though she was already busy at the time with wedding preparations, the teacher took time to reply to the student. She was not able to resolve the girl’s query, but the teacher made sure that the student did not feel that she was being ignored.

Wait lang, Larah… Ikakasal lang si Ma’am. Replyan kita later,” the teacher replied, with matching emojis.

What are Emojis?

Emojis are digital icons or images that convey an emotion, idea, profession, logo, animals, expressions, buildings and places, etc.

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Vendor Goes Viral for Bringing Pet Dog on Bike While Selling Peanuts

A vendor recently went viral for bringing his beloved pet dog on a bike while he is selling peanuts.

The dog might be having a difficult time in that makeshift basket and the man is also having a hard time pushing the broken bike, yet they seem to enjoy their life together – and the vendor wants to continue bringing his dog along while roams around the city to sell his peanuts.

Peanut Vendor Brings Pet Dog on Bike

A lot of animal lovers treat their pets as part of the family, not just as dogs or cats in the house. That’s why an elderly vendor in Cebu City brings his pet dog along, even if that meant that the animal is tied on a leash and goes with him on a makeshift basket he placed on his bike.

Photo credit: Franklin Ramos Mariscal / Facebook

Netizen Franklin Ramos Mariscal shared photos of the peanut vendor and his dog, narrating how he met them by chance while he was walking along the South Bus Terminal on his way home. At first, Franklin thought that the man was strolling along with his dog, but he would later meet them again after he crossed the street.

Photo credit: Franklin Ramos Mariscal / Facebook

According to the peanut vendor, his pet is a puppy Golden Retriever. He brings the dog along because he enjoys the dog’s company and is clearly an animal lover, Franklin observed. However, pushing that broken bike with the heavy dog made his back ache, the old man added.

Photo credit: Franklin Ramos Mariscal / Facebook

Taking pity on the old man, Franklin decided to share his story so that netizens could also help him by buying from him when they happen to see him.

But the story would soon go viral, with netizens from faraway places also offering help. So, Franklin decided to accept donations for the old man so they can send him some groceries. Some netizens also suggested getting the old man a bike with sidecar so the dog will be more comfortable while the old man will be safer riding the bike.

Photo credit: Franklin Ramos Mariscal / Facebook

Sidecar for Bikes and Motorcycles

Most bicycles and motorcycles are sold as they are, with just two wheels, but people in places like the Philippines have made modifications to add a sidecar and a third wheel to make these vehicles more serviceable. The sidecar allows the user to bring more goods on the vehicle or even have more passengers.

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