Oh! so I have a blog pala... (*wink) Guess, I totally forgot about this (*sigh). Things hadn't really been easy for me. I had so many things to attend to. The previous months had been a whole lot busier than I thought. I had the production of the hardbound yearbook to focus on, my classes aren't that easy to handle either, my on-the-job-training has started and I need to complete 200 hours of duty for me to graduate this March, I had IPRs, team-building activities, and parties to organize for Pylon, plus this little raket raket stuffs which consumed my remaining available time. Whew! Imagine that? And mind you, I still was able to spend time with my loved ones.
Three more months, and my life would undergo a total restructuring. A change in everything is something that I still cannot accept right now. For now, my whole time and attention is focused on the present.
There had been a lot of changes in my life this year. Good thing, the yearbook production didn't give me a lot of headaches and heartaches this year. Well, thanks to my staff who made things easier for me, this year. I guess, the biggest contributing factor of my despair, agony and sadness last year was the people themselves. Yep, sad to say that. It wasn't that I never had any idea of the yearbook-making process, it wasn't that I did not know how to lead at first, it wasn't that I did not know anything about the bidding, the papers, the printing stuffs... The right people could have helped me on that, I could have managed those things with everybody's help and cooperation. Well, I don't really want to elaborate on that. We were able to produce the yearbook with positive feedback from everybody anyway. All in all, I can confidently say that my staff this year is way too easier to handle than that of last year's. Boongga!
Hmmn... My recap for my 2009 would be for another post na lang... I have a raket stuff to finish now, and I'm also waiting for a call para sa isa pang raket (*laughs). Boongga, di ba?
Oh, by the way, Merry Christmas to everybody! My christmas is a bit different this year. My 24th is spent shopping with Bea (Char! shopping daw...) Shopping goods for the workaholic people of Pylon, who spent the holidays doing their tasks (*bason naa tay bonus ani, guys.. hehe...) Okey, back to my christmas. Did I say it's a bit different? Yep. I went to church with my family and ate noche buena with them, but at around one o'clock in the morning, I had to transfer to another house and spend the remaining hours with Jheck and eat another set of noche buena with him. (mao ra toy naka different. bow!)
A few more days, and classes will start once again. Ugh! I just remembered... that the first day of classes for 2010 is also my birthday. Whew! I will be turning a year older. I hope twenty-one isn't that old yet because I don't really feel like becoming older (awh?). Still, I have my classes to attend to, my duty hours at DBP isn't even halfway the required hours yet, and the interactive yearbook making continues. More busy days are yet to come.
For now, I am really hoping that we could go to our planned trip to Siquijor tomorrow. I need to unwind, rejuvenate, restore my lost energy, and give my mind a break for a while.
Happy New Year, everyone. I wish everybody love, joy and world peace. We can do this, people! We can always hurdle everything and continue with life's race. I hope everybody will have a joyous 2010.
Here are some random pictures of my 2009.