From the Lady who Left


Apparently, Β change is always coming. Its inevitable nature keeps you from yearning what is unknown. No matter what, whether you are doomed for disappointments or unexpected success, I always told myself that life will always be just fine in the end.

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On how I became ready to face the real world has something to do with my more than two years of experience as a working student. It was indeed one of the toughest phases on my life. But with it- a bold, confident and determined young woman came out.

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Untold Stories

I decided to take on few breaks of my #MTDoV Series today as I have some heartwarming stories to share. Perhaps, I just don’t want to leave moments like this to be taken for granted. Instead, I want to put it right here. ❀
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#MTDoV Series: Touchdown Iloilo

It’s 8th of June, 2015. This is my second post for the series I called #MTDoV orΒ My Thirty-Day on Vacay! ❀

If there’s anyone who couldn’t be any happier on that day, it could be me!

I started that day waking up at 4 am hoping to catch an early morning mass. Even though I technically “celebrated” my birthday a day before (e.g. attending Sunday Mass and had a simple celebration at home), going to a Eucharistic Celebration right on the actual date had been my way of celebrating my day for the past years. Unfortunately, I never heard a single bell ringing! 😦
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Double Surprise: Mother’s Day and Thanksgiving Celebration

Hey, hey! I’m totally back after being a procrastinator this past few days. But hey, blame me after reading this post, ok? πŸ˜› Getting back only means posting lots and lots and a whole lot more entries before my time runs out this week. Geez, I’ve got a lot of things to do (in order to secure my future πŸ˜€ ) when I’ll come back to Davao so you see, clocks ticking all the time. I need to chase it right away! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

And I really sound like a freak here, don’t you think? πŸ˜€ πŸ˜›
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