Tomorrow

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The month of August was not a good one for us in the Philippines.

We had incessant rainfall that resulted in a big disaster that affected almost two million people. The sun hardly shone the whole month and if you are like me, I hate gloomy weather.

But you know what? The good thing with gloomy weather is that, I am given a chance to hope.

Lil’ Orphan Annie said, “The sun will come out tomorrow… ” and Scarlett O’ Hara said, “… tomorrow is another day.”

Who am I to say otherwise?

My journey as a VA, thank God, is nothing like this unpredictable weather. In spite of the continuous rains and rotating brown outs, I was able to finish the tasks at hand. I have completed my oDesk.com profile and fulfilled the requirements like taking the necessary tests. I have also updated my profile at onlinejobs.ph and took exams to increase my chances of finding an employer.

I was doing all these, amidst literally overcast skies.

At the end of the day, I must say, that hope is powerful. Hope gives me a choice to look beyond where I am towards what I can become.

On a last note, today I received exciting news when I opened my email. An interested employer wrote me a letter.  I’m overjoyed to know what tomorrow may bring!

~ Marisa

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  1. Today,I went to the beachfrront with my kids. I found a sea shell and
    gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She puut thee
    shell to her ear aand screamed. There was a hermit craab inside and it
    pinchwd her ear. She never wants to go back!
    LoL I know this is completely offf topic
    but I hhad to tell someone!

    Reply
    • Hi! Thank you for your comment… I hope your daughter’s ear is now well 🙂 Don’t let the hermit crab discourage you from going on vacations with your daughter because the bonding moments and memories with you is something she will cherish for the rest of her life …. Enjoy your day!

      Reply

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