Bye, Ortigas & Company
Over the course of my life, I always strived for excellence and the pursuit for taste, justice, freedom of expression, value for money w/o compensating the quality. Ive been in real estate for exactly around 2 years. I got hired March 28, 2017
My life has prettty much changed, since then. Life has its own echoes of survival we all follow, mine I think has reached its fullest capacitty. I mean, nobodys perfect, but I was having a hard time early Jan and Feb. Chased 8 bosses and got blindsided by the mafia.
I always had whims inside of me that my biological parents will get jailed. I almost had to go to the Emergency room or have some heart defribilator or something pump out my angst.
I have taken out my anger through dance.
Am quite the dancer not chosen for wild performances, Lord knows that is my number 1 passion
Earlier my slippers broke in public.
I calmy crossed the street to and from with just my left feet dangling around my headspace
So to be honest, i cannot always record my thoughts.
I know what I have produced and it has been such difficulty trying and carving my way being a proper lady, without fear of being catcalled。
My room has so much spacious mess that outer space cannot bend back time for me to go back to my previous employer.
I always had the best intentions in my mind helping out my former team.
The resignation was bad but Ortigas is my passion and lifeblood.
I was losing oxygen but still fancied giving out my business card to rich people.
I always dreamed of living in the suburbs
Quite the peaceful life—
My idea of a routine is absurd since I have worked irregular shifts since my graduation
2014, nobody acknowledged it as it was quite uneventful.
I will always treasure the gift of life though, despite my many fears
Living in the Philippines has taught me more than enough skills to become assertive, independent, fearless, faithful, humble, integrity driven, style, class, frugal, patient with myself
Tolerance is my best weapon, the economy may falter but my heart won’t