Please do, grandma! I'd love to taste your cooking again!
The food was delicious! Salamat po!
Aww, thank you everybody. I'll be sure to make more!
Thank you for the food and stay grandma! We'll promise to keep in touch!
I'll be expecting it. See you soon and take care on your way home!
One day, after attending church, a Christian tradition of Filipino families, the Dela Cruz family decided to visit Nathan's grandmother. As they arrived, Nathan immediately kissed his grandma's hand using his forehead, or "mano" in Filipino, in form of respect for the elderly.
Nathan's grandmother invited them for a lunch, as Filipinos are naturally hospitable, especially to visitors. They accepted the request and ate at their place. While eating, they had a conversation, where the younger ones show utmost respect to their parents/ grandparents by saying please, po and opo.
After eating, they bade farewell to their grandmother, and promised to see her again. It shows how strong are the ties between Filipino families and how quality time between members is strictly observed.