The square root of 484

Never did I imagine that my birthday this year could still be special. The past few months were very tough and rough for me. I've encountered several trials and celebrating my birthday wasn't even on top of my mind; it didn't bring any excitement to me. It was as if it's just an ordinary day yet again. My birthday this year had a lot of firsts- first birthday without Daddy, first time not to celebrate it with my family and friends in Tarlac and first birthday on a working day.

However, I realized that even though there were a lot of things missing in my life, I still felt so loved and appreciated because people around me had their own ways of making my birthday a special and happy one.

I'd like to share some birthday greetings and some people who made me smile on my special day. :)

1. My workmates in Ateneo. I never expected anything from these people but I appreciate how they did everything to make me happy on my day. I have the best workmates ever!

I always acknowledge the first person to greet me on my birthday. For this year, my first birthday greeter was my colleague, Nico.

Besides his phone call, this bully greeted me on instagram and posted these pictures of mine. Thank you Nico ha?  -_-

My co-teachers in Araling Panlipunan (AP) Department

Some of my closest friends in AHS (and my fellow UP alumni) - Belle, Marv and Jam; My girl friends (Jam and Belle) even did an AVP for me. I just can't upload it here yet because the video was saved in a CD. Plus, the letters they gathered from some of my workmates in Ateneo brought me to tears. You girls are the sweetest that's why I love you to bits!

2. My students. My first year boys may be rowdy and silly at times but they are the sweetest! I am one lucky teacher for having them as my students. :)

1-D boys

1-H boys

thumbs up for my student from 1-H for the effort to do this :) 

1-K boys

1-M boys

One student from 1-M gave me these "birthday candies"

3. Also, I'd like you to meet my cutest birthday greeter in school - Zak Capinding (son of Mr. Ron Capinding, AHS' Associate Principal for Student Affairs). :))))

4. After school, I had a little celebration at home with my family in QC.

Our newest baby in QC, Coco! <3

5. My family and friends in Tarlac. Though I wasn't able to spend my birthday with my family and friends in Tarlac on the day of my birthday, I had to do some catching up when I got home from QC. We were still able to have a post-birthday celebration (and thanksgiving celebration too for passing LET).

To every single person who made my birthday a special one, I have nothing but grateful words to say to you. THANK YOUUUUUU!! REALLY!!! :)))

P.S. Go figure why the title of this blog post is "the square root of 484". :-p

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