Hello, hello, hello!
I’ve been gone for quite sometime and now, I’m happy to be back from my hiatus.
There are a lot of good things and some not so good things that took place 🙂 Let us start with those ‘not so good things’.
First, I found out that there was a random somebody who created a page using my blog pictures. At first I didn’t know if I’ll feel angry or flattered by what that person did. I am quite unknown in this vast universe of blogging but why on earth would somebody waste his/her net credits and time just to pretend to be me. Anyway, that has been addressed and hopefully it will not happen again.
Another ‘not so good stuff’ is that I got sick. Well, with the bipolar kind of weather that we are experiencing right now (iinit-lalamig-iinit-lalamig), I’ve been nursing colds and cough for more than a week. When I visited the doctor, I realized na hindi pala ako nag-iisa. The lobby of Makati Medical Center is like a mall full of people – most of them are either coughing or nursing a bad sniffles too! Boooo!
Now, let us get to the good and positive side of the story. 🙂
Since I did not go to work for two days, I was able to go back to arts and crafts… I was not able to take pictures of the crafting part but I checked my phone and found two pictures of the art part! hahaha!
Since we are already talking about arts and crafts, I also attended another crafternoon of Alessa. If you would recall, I started attending crafternoons since last year. However, this time I chose to attend a calligraphy and lettering crafternoon.
Speaking of friends…
Our friends from the First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities invited me to be a part of their Reading Camp in Tanauan, Batangas.
We left Manila early in the morning and we were able to witness this beautiful sunrise on the road.
As part of their outreach program, they opened their doors to around 750 Day Care Center students and their parents.
It was such a delight to spend time with the kiddos and their parents!
…and of course, the administration of FAITH…
It was truly a delight to be able to spend time with wonderful people!