Nung napanuod ko ‘tong video na ito, hindi ko alam kung makakatawa pa ako ulit pagkatapos. Nihindi na nga ako makahinga, akala ko ikamamatay ko. No offense kay Mommy Dionisia. Effort din yun eh. Simula nung lumipat ako dito sa Switzerland, halos nawala na koneksyon ko sa mga balita jan at kung anu ano pa.. Pero dahil kay Vice Ganda, naalala ko na yung pakiramdam nuong nakatira pa ako sa Pilipinas.
Madlang People: Naisip mo din bang magkaroon ng pamilya someday?
Vice Ganda: May pamilya naman ako ah… Ano akala mo? Nakikishare lang ako?
Cheers to loving! For those who are in the love bubble then you know how I feel now that my hubby has gone back to the army. I know it shouldn’t be a problem and it isn’t really since he’s there for only a month. I can’t help but miss the cuddles, hugs and kisses. It’ll pass by quickly.
Taking place at the Hotel Marriotte in Zürich, we served our guests from the beginning up to the end. Imagine having to be at the location of the event hours before to prep and welcoming them upon arrival, I felt as if I was still working at the restaurant.
I felt a rush because it was the first time I’ve been a part of organizing such an event. The success of the event from the feedback of the guests is a definite sign of achievement for me personally.
The best part about SPEC 2014 is that I was able to be a part of it. From having a chance to use my knowledge and skills from school to mingling with LPs and GPs has been worthwhile. Their insights are definitely worth remembering that I ended up annotating my info booklet when I had a break from my post during the conference. There’s no doubt that I would opt to do it again next year.