I noticed that ever since I decided to transform this blog into an informational-travel-site, it seemed to lose the personal touch. My posts were – yes, informational – with a slight touch on myself, C, and the people around me. But I suddenly missed those days when I’d treat this blog as my own personal journal and just express all my happiness, my woes, and anger – without worrying what my readers would say.

So let me try to write something that way again…

I’m happy. Since the year started, things are going as I planned/wished/prayer for. I’m happy with C. In fact, I couldn’t even wish for anyone else. We complement each other very well. He goes along very well with my little angel. He’s the most supportive boyfriend ever. I can talk to him about anything under the sun. I know he loves me… and will never mistreat me. 🙂 On Sunday, we will celebrate our first anniversary in a private island in Puerto Galera. And I’m so excited! Three days all alone with him! That’s heaven!

I’ve also travelled since the year started. C and I explored Mindanao via Cagayan de Oro-Camiguin; and I just came back with my sisters from a four-day Singapore adventure. I’m still hoping it would be Cambodia next time. Or Kota Kinabalu.

In spite of everything though… I feel a twinge of sadness deep inside. A few days ago, I tendered my resignation here in my current company. I’ve grown so much here professionally after 6 years and now I leaving. I’ve received a very good offer from my dream company and will be given a regional role – and it’s a no-brainer: I just have to accept it. It’s hard for me to leave because I have a lot of good memories here. The four walls of our office have seen me grow and transform and fall in love. Most especially, our Managing Director is like my father. That’s the reason why I cried so much tears the whole time I was talking to him when I handed to him my resignation letter.

But I know I just have to do it. I have to prove to myself that I can succeed in any given situation.

I still pray… though I feel like He has already granted all my prayers during the first quarter of this year. The unexpected profit share was a plus. The laptop my Dad gave me as pasalubong last December wasn’t even expected. And the iTouch that I bought from my sister was a nice gift for myself. And I have my new domain name now!

I feel so blessed. I think this year’s my ultimate time to shine. 🙂 Prayers really do work wonders.

5 comments on “Para Maiba Naman”

  1. Congratulations and good luck on your new job. 🙂 I know how you feel about finding it difficult to leave your comfort zone. But I guess we can never grow if we don’t do it, right? 🙂

  2. bru, Moldex friends went in Kota Kinabalu last Xmas 2k9 and went back here in the Phils unhappy with their trip. They don’t like the humid temp and I saw their pics and it was ordinary.

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