I don’t know about you but I’m feeling 22
Everything will be alright, if you keep me next to you
You don’t know about me, but I bet you want to
Everything will be alright, if we just keep dancing like we’re 22, 22
Celebrated my 22nd birthday with a crazy schedule of meetings and bonding all in one day. It was as crazy as another year gone by just that fast.
Had my 1st year anniversary on my job.
Attended a fair.
Attended a Church Conference with my siblings.
Had the chance to be with and experience Operations with the two best team of Ortigas Area.
Passed the Mentor’s Interview.
Lead my first ever store, Citadines.
Learned my limits and opportunities.
Had “somehow” more time with my family and celebrated Sundays with them.
Saw my VG growing in their workplace. (Hope to meet them soon.)
Evaluated my strengths.
Still not finish reading a book. (Slow reader probs)
Laughed during the crucial-est time of my life.
Witnessed a lot of the baristas bravely took the next step on their career.
Lost some loved ones and some friends.
Procrastinated. (What’s new?)
Strive to get back up again and let the show go on.
Planning and not following it.
Creatively and pushing-ly fill out my journals.
Braved the world.
And all these moments were I witnessed God’s faithfulness in my life.
All those low and high moments, the people that I met and the people that I had time to catch up on life with, the given tasks that were far for me to think of and do, the trust that was built and they gave me, all the challenges of leading people and managing a store, the struggle between sleeping and following my schedule, all the learned moments. Thank you for that one whole year. I cried out a million times to Jesus and went on my own way and get back to Him again knowing that I CANNOT REALLY DO LIFE ON MY OWN.
Looking forward to my 22nd year— for a more focused Mica, more time with the Lover of my soul, more knowledge to pass around people, share my life with my family, friends, church mates and work mates, be bold sharing the Good News, learn to stick to the most important thing on my schedule,/ time management, to be more prayerful and enhance discernment, to volunteer actively, to be more financially literate and be consistent in saving, to mature while having fun, to go beyond what I can do, to stretch out faith and patience, to genuinely love, to be organized, to invest and finish a book, be more or frequent in blogging, to develop excellence and enthusiasm, to have a side line or business while doing my job… and the list will go on and on.
I hope to see the people around me last year, this year and to gain more.
See you around!
Sharing you photos on how I celebrated the day: from 1pm of May 5- 2am of May 6.
Meeting with Ortigas District’s store leaders.