A (literally) Sunny Day for a VA

My husband and I woke up to a sunny morning, with sheer delight!

It’s the first time in almost a month that the sun has come out smiling. The birds are chirping out loud. The neighbors are washing clothes and hanging them on clotheslines, eager and longing for that elusive sun.

I live in Baguio City. We are 240 kilometers north of Metro Manila, where lies the capital of the Philippines.  Baguio City is commonly called the summer capital of the Philippines because of our cool climate. We sit high in the Cordillera Mountain Ranges, 1,500 above sea level. That’s pretty cool, isn’t it? No pun intended. On the down side, Baguio gets largely affected by heavy rainfall during the rainy season of July to October. That’s why, a sunny day like today is something to celebrate about.

Working as a VA is quite advantageous for me. No need to brave the storm to get to work. No need to dress us very early to catch a good ride going to the office. No need to worry about domestic concerns because I’m at home, working. The wonders of technology!

~ Marisa