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A Happy Grown Up, I am!

It's my birthday!!! Hahaha. Talk about self-love, right?

Anyways, for yet another year I am spending my birthday working my arse off because I couldn't get time off of work. And it was a good day until the powerpoint file I was editing decided to make my life a living hell. Thanks for sending me a corrupted file to start with operations office! Sheesh.

So much drama there because I truly was enjoying my day today.

Whoawell, it's now no longer in my court because I've sent the editted file to them to do whatever they want. See... that's probably why I should have just gone to the operations office this week instead of staying behind. At least there'd be a win-win situation created. They'd get the 'problem' with the slides fixed there and then AND I'd get my date with my eye-candy. Hahaha!

Okay, since it's almost 5pm now, which marks the END OF THE OFFICIAL WORK DAY, I think I'm going to decide that today is a GREAT day despite the tech drama. I'd say more than 70% of it was a great day at work. I honestly could not stop being happy because there's just positivity all around.

Managed to catch a few goss with Alphatin and Makbed dearie after what seems like aeons! And we discussed my eye-candy. Wahoo!! So I decided to grab the bull by the balls and make the move that I was so chicken shit about - CALL HIM! Muahahaha. That's what I did and I have to say, it was the best thing I did for myself today because it has been rewarding ever since. :)

Did I mention that Alphatin gave me a birthday dinner last night? SO MUCH FUN and I also had cake and a chorus of birthday singers. YAYY!! Am lucky or what...

Me and my cake! :D

Making faces

Magnifying our making faces session. Haha!

Plus, not to mention the ABUNDANCE of birthday wishes from my friends and family. Even though my birthday this year falls right smack in the middle of the work week, I am transported to my birthday weekend fantasy thanks to all my lovely people. Even food boy (who btw, I have decided to shelf again) sent some well wishes via FB. Well, most of the birthday wish are from FB anyways. Sigh... Happy! *beams*

A lovely birthday card from my parents <3
Hope everyone had as much a great day as I have. *Muahs & hugs*


Makbed said…
ngape beso bebeno gambo tuhhh

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