WorkadasI feel so blessed to have such friends who'd be there for you through thick and thin, have seen your worst, to whom you can be absolutely stupid with, and the only ones who has the license to punch or slap you at the back and you know it is still okay. I do have a lot of friends, but only three cliques are really close to my heart to which I consider my family:
Berchmans, my ever laagan, kalog, and fun barkada since high school:
|Berchmans Family ^_^|
And last but not the least, The Annoyings, my childhood church friends. These are the people who are anointed to bring catastrophe to the church. haha kidding.
And we have more silly photos here.
Anyway, the moment I stepped out from isolation, I thought I became introvert, shy and diffident. But I guess I'll never be one for I never thought I'd be able to rekindle the same old me: talkative, easygoing and amiable, to which I believe are the reasons why I can easily gain a lot of friends.
And so I quote Albert Schweitzer, "In everyone's life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit." The quote holds true because that indeed happened to me.
Today is exactly 5 months since I left my hermit life. And within that short span, I can't believe I'm blessed with new friends that I now consider my family: my workadas. It's a portmanteau of the words: work and barkada. Yep, they are my office mates.
|Our not-so-planned trip to Saranggani bay, Gumasa, Glan|
|At Seagull Mountain Resort|
|We braved floods and heavy rain just to have dinner at home. haha|
To all my friends out there, here's a song for you: