I stay at home most of these days. My youthful days are over, it’s time I spend it with my family. My everyday routine involves taking care of my four grandchildren and helping them prepare for school. As their grandma, I still want to support them financially especially for school projects. This is why, I prepare snacks to sell. I make hotcakes in the morning, spring rolls for lunch, and buchi for afternoon snacks. I usually go around the community with my youngest grandson to sell them. There are days where sales are low but there are also days where customers demand for more. Through this, I can give extra money for my grandchildren. I don’t know how they spend the extra money but as long as I can give what they need, I am happy. I hope they are too.
- Dianne Kathryn Datu
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