Dimples Romana gives thanks to all her school teachers

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6/27/2018 9:18 AM
Dimples Romana gives thanks to all her school teachers


Photo credit: @dimplesromana on IG

 

Last June 25, Bagani actress and TV host Dimples Romana shared a photo of over 100 school medals along with a sentimental caption about the memories those brought back for her. In her Instagram post, Dimples thanked all her previous teachers in school who helped shaped her into who she is today and who inspired her to become the best possible parent she can be. Dimples is a loving mom to her two children, Callie and Alonzo.

 

I have not seen these for so long. These stand for not only how blessed I have been with teachers who were very patient with me when I was in elementary and highschool but also the great influence my parents had on me as a child. How they encouraged me to be a good student who loved learning at a young age and challenging my abilities in Math, Science, Writing and Speech. My sister had leukemia then and my parents were always out with my sister but that didn't stop them from taking their time to see where I excelled and inspiring me to reach for my full potential. Little did I know that all the learnings and trainings I took after school then would make a great contribution to the kind of person I will be as an adult. I trusted my parents' guidance and joined every competition I could when I was in school, competed on interschool levels, district, division, municipal, regional and some even for national for both editorial writing and oratorical and declamation. All of which I get to utilize through my hosting and acting now. Seeing all these moves me to encourage my own children to be the best they can be. Shaping their God given gifts is my top priority. And we do this by providing our kids proper nutrition, proper care and proper parenting. How do you shape your children's gifts? #NurtureTheGift

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She wrote:
I have not seen these for so long. These stand for not only how blessed I have been with teachers who were very patient with me when I was in elementary and high school but also the great influence my parents had on me as a child. How they encouraged me to be a good student who loved learning at a young age and challenging my abilities in Math, Science, Writing, and Speech. My sister had leukemia then and my parents were always out with my sister but that didn't stop them from taking their time to see where I excelled and inspiring me to reach for my full potential. Little did I know that all the learnings and trainings I took after school then would make a great contribution to the kind of person I will be as an adult. I trusted my parents' guidance and joined every competition I could when I was in school, competed on interschool levels, district, division, municipal, regional and some even for national for both editorial writing and oratorical and declamation. All of which I get to utilize through my hosting and acting now. Seeing all these moves me to encourage my own children to be the best they can be. Shaping their God-given gifts is my top priority. And we do this by providing our kids proper nutrition, proper care and proper parenting. How do you shape your children's gifts? #NurtureTheGift