The ending of a five month old
working contract was like having a
break up. Nakakalungkot, masaket,
nakakamiss. But you don’t have a
choice but to move on. Yes,
considering it was just five months
old, still, it would not change the
fact that the memories (happy, or
even the sad) would still remain and
forever be embelished in your heart.
Pero wala eh, you have to continue
on with your life. But it doesn’t
mean you’d learn to forget; but
rather learn to treasure.
What I love about this ending is that
you got to see how your workmates
saw you as a workmate; if they
would ever miss you, or appreciate
Sabi ko kanina, hindi ako iiyak. Pero
wala eh, UMIYAK AKO! the
overwhelming words of friends and
managers, the warm hugs and sweet
kisses. Even the sad tears too..
Sinong di maiiyak?? I never knew I
would make such plenty of friends;
kadepartment ko man or hindi; they
never knew how overwhelmed I am.
I may be good at hiding my real
feelings, or not even good on
showing it, BUT STILL.
I would never regret choosing that
second interview that one fateful
day over the first one who had
greater opportunities for me,
because if not, hindi ko
maeexperience ang mga ito.
Money is important, but for me, it’s
the lessons, the experiences, the
happiness, the friendship that
THANK YOU HOMEWORLD. MY
KITCHENWARE TEAM. I’d forever
be grateful for the chance you gave
me to be apart of this awesome
team. (and for teaching me more
about kitchen tools and for learning
how to use appliances. lol) Love
you! GOnna miss you.