I want to be a Professional Baker

Before the year ends I promised myself that I will develop a new skill. I have decided to finally learn how to bake.

I have been trying to find a great school here in Davao City that offers short courses and programs for pastry making. I have been envious of my friends who knows how to bake because aside from the fact that they are earning, it is also an edge for a girl to have this kind of skill. Fun fact about me: I tried making truffles by watching youtube video and guess what....it was an epic fail. The video-tutorial didn't work for me so I will go and seek some help from the professionals -- I must lol.

One of my best friends introduced me with the Philippine Baking Institute that is located at Ecoland Drive, Matina Davao City. Of course I did my thorough research and ended up discovering the gems of the school, by gems I mean the key points on why should I enroll here. Here are my top 5 rationale:
5. It fits with my schedule. Perfect for working girls like me and even for boys.
4. Hands-on mentoring program.
3. The materials and ingredients are already provided plus the classroom and equipment is top of the line and world class.
2. They have the best chef to mentor you. Mind you we are talking both local and international chef here.
1. They are TESDA accredited -- true to their slogan "Be A Professional Baker".

This coming Friday 27th of November will be that start of the cake decorating and fondant making that will be mentored by THE chef Hannah Granado and that's until the 29th of November.

I have always dreamed of making these kinds of things. Imagine I will be decorating the cakes of my loved ones from now on haha exciting. Everything will be extra special when it's personalized, and how much more if its their birthday cakes right? Sorry I'm just too excited for this experience -- I can't wait to learn and to apply this.

Wish me luck!

Also I have been eyeing on the pastry-making but they said they don't have a schedule for it yet since the chef that will be mentoring is from Belgium the great master baker chef Peter De Cauwer (how exciting!!!) and they still have to fix the schedule. I'll just update you guys with that or better yet try calling them yourself and let me know if you already have an answer for it. Students will be taught how to make truffles, cupcakes, crout dough, etc using the european technique. I need to be in that class ---hello truffles, cupcakes and the list goes on ughhh I badly need to learn how to make those.

You can contact them at (082) 286 - 8552, (0917) 684 7538, 09229145293.

How about you what skill/s do you want to learn before the year ends? Let me know and if you can't think of anything you might want to join me and let's bond together. :)

Have a great week guys, talk to you soon. :*

Sunday Summary (Last Full Show)

Hello there! It's time again to summarize my week. This is my second time that I am going to post a Sunday Summary and I'm just so excited to share to you about how jam-packed my week was.

Monday - Friday are given I'm at the office working.

Monday Night. My boss and I were kidnapped  by her friends Zoren and Pat. We watched a movie just like our usual de-stressing regimen. Initially we planned on watching Everest in Imax theater in Sm Lanang Premier but we weren't able to catch the last full show as we arrived there passed 9pm. So we transferred in NCCC Mall in Matina since the last full show starts at 10 pm. The mall only have 4 cinemas meaning we only have 4 choices. Sadly Everest is not part of the choices and since the two others Pat and Zee have seen Pan already so we ended up watching Etiquette of a Mistress. Kaloka na loka ako sa movie. I didn't expect so much but still I was disappointed. I'll just keep my mouth shut as negativity has no room in my blog. Moving on we had our usual routine which is having our late dessert night in Gangnam. Usually we go to the Gangnam store in Matina but we just had to try and pay visit in their newly opened store in Abreeza. What we love about Gangnam is that, as for their store in Matina they're open 24 hours and with their Abreeza branch they're open until 2am. Sorry we are night owls and it's so much struggle for us to find a decent store that's open that late.

Wednesday Night.We watched again a movie with the same gang plus with Mark and Brook this time. I forced them to come with us. I tricked Brook told her we will watch a love story so she rushed and joined us not even minding what's the title of the movie haha. We went again in Nccc Mall for the last full show. We were coming late as usual, but because of Zee's driving skills we were able to catch the movie. The ticket booth as has already closed but the cashier was kind enough to give us tickets and asked their supervisor that our tickets will be counted as part of the next day sales. The movie had started when we went in but we were just happy that we were able to watch the movie. Sobrang buwis buhay ginawa namin just to catch the movie promise. I thought that the movie is a horror-lovestory kind of genre, little did I know it will be one of the most morbid movie that I will ever get to watch in my entire life (nothing beats chainsaw massacre of course -- i hate that movie and final destination -- i like this one). Then we proceeded again to Gangnam in Abreeza, before we set foot in their place one crew member that was outside the store greeted us and said "Hello po Maam Sir, ganun ulit?" and all of us were looking to each other smiled and replied "yes ganun ulit" hahaha. We always find ourselves ordering the same thing at the same place and in the same time.

Thursday Night.I got out of the office earlier than the usual since I have a dinner party to attend to. It was my inaanak's birthday which happens to be Billy's niece. I wasn't able to buy a gift for her so I went straight to SM City that night just as I planned and bought her 2 dresses then went to their house right after. I just have to tell you a little story about SM City -- after I bought a gift for Riza I went to their gift wrapping station and just my luck there's lady with more than 30+ stuff waiting to be wrapped and only 1 guy on duty to do all those. Since I was running late I offered Mr. gift wrapper that I will just do mine, gladly he gave me a wrapper and I was able to do mine in 2 minutes only haha. After having a dinner with Billy's family I went back to the office since I received a text from Karen that we have to go somewhere.

The partners in crime Zee and Pat went again in the office and kidnapped us all again but this time Brook is absent and Hikki was the one who replaced her. We went again to NCCC Mall and watch the last full show (what's new?). We were torn between Pan but since a lot of them saw Pan already we ended up with Bridge of Spies. Oh goodness gracious the poster gave us the wrong expectation. I was laughing at some parts because I find myself thinking or more like directing for the next scene. As in bigla ko na lang maisip na gera na next tapos di pa din pala. Nonetheless the last part was heart-warming and for that I could safely say it was the most sensible movie I have watched this week. Stand on what you believe in, be that standing man -- and stand strong. After the movie we dropped Hikki near to her house and went to BarBQ Boss in Damosa, they ate there dinner there while I ordered fries and cheese sticks. After that I forced them to have our long-planned massage. We tried the Sweet Dreams massage in Damosa (it's one of the few spa that is operating 24 hours). Then we went back to the office and worked again.

Saturday. I had the whole day with myself catching up with all the sleepless nights. I was asleep most of the day. Around 8pm I got a call from my tita that my relatives from bohol are planning to go out. And since I can't think of anywhere else, we ended up going to SM City as it's the only mall that is open 'til midnight that day. I actually arrived 5 minutes before the closing time, ughhh the classic Dawn Marie. After that we went to San Perdo and ate at the barbq store there. And then we had a few walks down the street and took some photos, my closest is Aimae I'm fond of calling her Ting short for Pating haha. She's a solid admirer of Mayor Duterte so we went at the City hall and took some shots of her. She was so giddy and I had a great time with her and with ate Rona. Can't wait to visit Bohol again, it's one of my favorite place in the Philippines.

Sunday: I went to church alone as usual then went to Abreeza to have dinner with ate Rona and Pating. Initially we planned on watching movie but since they have a curfew we ended up eating at SnR, had a few chats, photo-spree and walks. By the way I saw one my davao fashion blogger friend Dane and we had a few talks -- love talking to her napakachill lang talaga niya kausap.

watched 3 movies on in a last full show (lfs). went to a birthday party. had a body massage. spent time with relatives. worked. blogged.

That's how I spent my week. How about yours? How did your week go?

This week I'm looking forward on seeing the main man Billyboy! He'll be arriving on Friday night. Can you feel my excitement? hahaha and oh he's turning 26 in 3weeks time. I'm planning on what gift would I give him. If you guys have an idea please email me, would love to have some of your advice.

Then when I went home I immediately went back working and now blogging.
My week was jam-packed as expected, full of rushing, running, hustling and late night adventures. It's official I am part of the team night owl haha.

Sunday Summary

How did my week go?

My week was a perfect balance of everything, I guess. I was able to work for almost 50 hours and managed to squeeze in extra curricular activities.

Mondays-Fridays are already given, I'm at the office working.

Wednesday night "De-stressing". I along with some of my officemates Brook and Mark, we watched movie "The Martian" (I really didn't like it but they did so I'm good with it) then we walked around downtown bought some food and desserts.

Friday night "catching up with the bffs". I and my bffs since high school surprised one of our bffs since its her birthday (Happy Birthday Cha!). It was so nice to be with them again. I heard they were feeling that I'm beginning to be aloof maybe because I don't communicate with them anymore that much -- No, I was just honestly busy with work lately. I know there's a lot of catching up to do and a lot of explanation to make but nevertheless oh well I'm just happy I had the time to be with them and to clear things out. It's always nice to be with them.

Saturday "me time". I stayed the whole day at home sleeping, watching movies on my laptop, reading blogs and making a blog entry.

Sunday "family time". I went to church attended the mass and lighted candles just like my usual Sunday routine then I went straight home. Some of my cousins were here so we made spaghetti for dinner paired with freshly baked garlic bread and an ice cream for dessert -- Plus point we all ate together on the dinning table.

I was pretty satisfied with my week. I'm so glad I was able to do all of it especially the catching up with my friends and spending time with family. It was a week well-spent! <3

Time check 1:20 am: It's Monday now and it's a brand new week. I have a feeling it's going to be great just like last week. And if ever it's not, well I'll do everything in my power to make it good at the very least haha. My relatives from Bohol are coming over and I'm just excited to tour them around Davao. Also one of my inaanak which is Billy's niece will be celebrating her birthday this week so I'll be heading to their house and bond with his family (it's been 10 years but I'm still shy to go there with or without Billy *pabebe face). Oh gosh nga pala I still have to buy a gift for her so there's a little shopping for this week (buying gifts really excites me *smiling right now) and I'm planning to do it in SM City -- grabe it's been awhile since I went there 'cause I live up north so I use to shop in *SM Lanang while Billy's house is on the other end down south near *Sm City. Also, my fashion blogger friends are inviting me for a dinner date some time this week, I just hope this pushes through because I miss talking to them big time. It is going to be hectic but surely a fun-filled week.

It's getting late,I have to hit the sack now. Talk to you next time. Hope you had a great week last week and wishing you'll have a great week ahead. Thank you for dropping by my blog =D

God bless

xoxo -dawny

Can't Feel My Face

Hello Guys! What's up? How was your Saturday night? Well as for me I was just on bed watching movie on my laptop, reading blogs and now ending my Saturday night blogging --- okay technically it's already Sunday since it's pass midnight. Nevertheless that's how I spent my Saturday and I like it that way. I'm probably that old already since nowadays I usually choose to stay at home during weekends even with all the left and right invitations (signs of aging haha).

You might be wondering why the title of today's blog post. Nothing really deep just listening to one of the playlists in spotify and currently that's what's playing "can't feel my face". It does fit with my pose and so with my feelings right now, so yeah I went for it --- as shallow as I can get haha.

Lately I have been having troubles making time for my friends, family and for myself. I am so busy at work I don't even have time check my phone nor to update any of them and even any of my social media accounts -- but gaaaah I'm trying you know. I'm trying to strike a balance in everything in my life: Career, family, love, friends and self "mid-twenties crisis".

My boss was out again for a couple of days, she went to Manila to process some documents. So yes it was a test of character again for me. Just last night I got a feedback from her that one of our big boss said I did great with how I handled things. I got so *kilig and I can't help it I went in front of the mirror and smiled to myself (I'm crazy like that haha or more like kawawa kasi walang mashare-an and that's probably the reason why I'm here blogging lol). I'm too shy to tell my parents or even billy about it, they'll probably just smile to me as this is just one minor thing.

Every night I pray that someday my family would be proud of me and most especially Billy. A lot of people think I'm a materialistic girl --- well I buy things but I don't pray for it, what I really pray for is to be successful in life and to make my loved ones proud of me. Just last week on the same day but different time, my mom and tita were asked about me regarding what's my work and where I am working. They both answered the same thing that I am a nurse and that I am working in SPMC, they said it even I was just beside them. It's right, it was the right thing to say a year ago. A year ago I practiced my profession, a year a go I am a nurse in SPMC. This year I chose to follow my heart, proceeded with writing. They just don't have any idea how it breaks my heart hearing that over and over again, it makes me think they are not proud of who I am now. With that I promised myself to be successful with my chosen career. Maybe that's the reason why I don't mind working long hours, I am driven by passion at the same time pride. I'm striving to be better in this league everyday, I'm trying to learn something new each day and I'm trying to keep up with every challenge that's been put up to me every single day. I have learned to love the company I'm at as well as the people in it, it pays to have an amazing sweet generous smart boss (bully nga lang most of the time. Itatago ko na lang sa pangalan Karen. I secretly call her aplha and of course I'm the beta! hahaha).

That compliment I got last night just made my week, I never saw it coming but I'm glad it did. Criticisms are my building blocks and compliments are food to my soul. I value both so much, it makes me better and stronger.

Note to self:
"Work for cause...not for applause
Live life to EXPRESS...not to impress
Don't strive to make your presence noticed...
Just make your absence felt
After all in the long journey of life YOU ALONE ARE YOUR COMPETITOR.....So, NEVER BELITTLE YOURSELF!"

Someday I will make something out of my name and not just "a former nurse" and "Billy's girl".

Sorry to keep you up with my drama. I'll try to post something light next time :)


Hi there! How are you guys doing so far in the first days of the week? Anyway I just want to share something to you guys. Last week I together with Billy and some of his college friends went out for dinner and had a few drinks right after (well for me I had water because I don't drink at all anymore hehe). We talked about various things, but the thing that I can recall the most was updating each other on what they are up to now "achievements". It was great hearing their throwbacks of hilarious moments then fast forward on who they are today respectively. By the way all the people in the photo are registered nurses; One practiced our profession, one is a supervisor of an international clothing line, other one followed her passion in teaching in one of the most expensive school I have ever heard of, the other one just got promoted to being a regular to the top hospital here in Mindanao, the other one is a big boss of one of the biggest call center here in Davao, other one is taking up med and probably gonna be a doctor by next year, while the other one got promoted in an airline company from cabin crew to a ground crew supervisor (Hi Billy haha) and list goes on. It makes me really proud seeing them and hearing their success stories. Gosh how time flies dati ako pa gumagawa ng readings ni Billy tapos ngayon he's a very successful man. He is one of the most responsible man of his age that I know and I can't be more proud of him.

In relation to the photo above, I found an article where it could help us understand more the journey towards career and life. Just last week when I was scanning over my facebook feed, I have spotted an article with a caption of "the speech that will be remembered for a long time" and that got me interested. It was the speech by the most famous ballerina in the Philippines Lisa Macuja Elizalde that she delivered in the Ateneo de Manila University Commencement Exercise. I am not that old but I have been to numerous events with different speakers and different speeches and I have got to say 'this one hit like a bullseye'.

There are times I get so lost and scared of where I am standing now. Questions just keep on coming and answers are can't be found anywhere -- I know that is not just the hormones, I guess it's the reality that bugs me on some random days and nights. After reading the speech of Ms. Elizalde it was so comforting that someone understands and that someone just have the right words for this ill-feeling of a mid-twenties crisis. I thought to myself I should make a space of her speech here on my blog, who knows that might help you as it helped me.

Here it is, btw I have highlighted some of my most favorite lines. It's lengthy but it's totally worth reading.

The full text of the speech follows:

You cannot imagine how great an honor it is for me to speak before you today. And that is certainly not a cliché or an exaggeration. Few people would ever guess that despite the many blessings I’ve received in over 30 years as a ballerina, most of my young life was spent pining for something that you all have and I don’t—a diploma from the Ateneo de Manila University.

You see, I come from a certified Blue Eagle family. My father, his brother and my siblings all graduated from the Ateneo, with all four men in my family in the Honors Class since their elementary grades. Although I married a magna cum laude from Harvard. (Sorry, my husband made sure that I stuck that in there somewhere.)

When I was seventeen, fresh out of high school, I found myself standing at a crossroad in my life: I was accepted in both the Ateneo and UP for college.

But I decided to go to Russia instead and pursue my dream of becoming a ballerina in the toughest ballet school in the world, as a cultural scholar of the former Soviet Union.

Given this opportunity, the diploma would have to wait. I struck a deal with my parents—I gave myself two years to devote to dancing, which was my first love. If it didn’t work out, I promised I would go back to school and become an accountant, which was what my grandparents wanted me to be.

That was the first big deadline I’ve ever set for myself.

When I told my parents I wanted to study ballet in Russia instead of enrolling in college like everyone else, my father’s reaction was: “What? So you will become a dancer and just learn to count to eight for the rest of your life?”   My mom, on the other hand, was very supportive. She herself wanted to become a ballerina but was forced to stop when a ban in the 1950s prohibited girls from Catholic schools to dance ballet. My grandparents? Well, they still wanted me to become an accountant.

My dad probably thought I would find life in Russia so hard that I would hurry back home anyway, so finally, he relented. I left right after my 18th birthday and was assigned to the 7th year level of the Russian Ballet Academy in St Petersburg. It was 1982 and the first snow had just fallen when our plane touched down in what was then a bastion of communism.

In a way, my father was right. That first year in Russia was indeed the hardest year of my life. It was a life that was filled with change and adaptation—new culture, new language, new dogmas, a new method of ballet training, new weather conditions… Then eventually, I had to make new friends and satisfy new mentors. Beginnings are difficult.

But I stayed. Sometimes being stubborn has its rewards. There were many days in those cold ballet studios in the dead of winter when my body was ready to collapse from sheer exhaustion and it was just my stubborn will that pushed me to continue doing those drills again and again, day in and day out. Even in the many nights when I cried myself to sleep from homesickness or from the soreness of an injury, the pain was gently but obstinately pushed aside the minute I focused on my dream – the dream of becoming not just a ballerina but the best ballerina I could ever become. I substituted the occasional feelings of helplessness and anxiety with visions of achieving that dream. This—plus an attitude of gratitude, an overwhelming sense of appreciation for being exactly where I was and the miracle of how I even got there.

Despite the many sacrifices, my being in Russia was a great blessing and I survived by putting all my energy in practicing, learning and following directions as I was being mentored in the very difficult Russian Vaganova system of classical ballet training. I was like a horse with blinders. Nothing else mattered but my art. The discipline first shaped my mind and spirit—then my body eventually followed. Not only did I stay to finish the two years of ballet training, I stayed on for two more, this time as the first foreigner to be invited as an artist of the 250-year-old Kirov Ballet.

This is where that crossroad of my life has brought me. The journey was challenging but it was well worth it because I pursued a path that brought me closer to my heart’s calling. And when your heart speaks to you, you can never go wrong because it never lies. And it will push you to go forward and excel because at a certain point, your dream becomes like oxygen. You need it to breathe. You need it to grow. You need it to live.

However, in today’s world, the standards of success have become a bit more complicated. You can’t just drill; you need to create. You can’t just learn; you need to innovate. You can’t just follow; you need to lead.

Today, you find yourself in that same crucial intersection in life that I myself crossed many years ago. What can I tell you now that will make your next steps easier, if not more meaningful?

My father was right in saying that ballet dancers are drilled to count to eight. It is in these classic eight counts that a segment of movement is born. Then we start all over again with one. From this repetitive drill, choreography is born. So they actually serve as building blocks for creating something new and creative.

In this fashion, allow me to share with you my own “eight counts” which I hope would serve as helpful references as you find your own rhythm and direction in life:


Decide and commit to something that you are passionate about. The earlier you do this, the better. Make a decision not just on what you want to do and what you want to achieve in the next few years, but try to picture where you want to be 20 years from now. This was something my father taught me. He was a very wise and logical man. After all, he was an Atenean right?  When I was 15, he made me write a list of what I wanted to be and should have done by the age of 35. I came up with the following: to get a degree from the Ateneo and become a teacher; to dance all the classical ballerina roles at least once in my career; to own and operate my own ballet school; to have my own family and be a mom. I committed myself to these long-term goals alongside my short term ones and looking back, I seem to have done everything before I reached 35 – except for the first one. But wait, since I am a ballet teacher, I guess it’s just a matter of getting a diploma then. Hmmm…


No pain, no gain. I cannot overemphasize this point. Nothing can take the place of hard work – not even talent. As they say, hard work beats talent when talent does not work hard. When my own daughter told me she wanted to become a ballerina, a part of me was excited for her and pleased that I could help her to achieve her dream. But part of me was also screaming NOOOOO because I wanted to protect her from all the blood, sweat, and tears that she would have to go through in order to achieve her dreams. In the end, she pursued her intention and now I know how my parents felt back then—extremely proud!


Whatever your goal, get good at it! Whatever it is you are passionate about, you need to keep at it and practice. Repeat. Practice. Repeat. While you are practicing and repeating, don’t forget the “and” count — the “one-and-a-two-and-a-three” connecting counts that link together connecting steps in ballet. Bear in mind that there are also connecting points in life that are just as important as its highs and lows. These are the periods of rest, recreation, and stillness. These in-between moments are just as important because they give you a chance to breathe, to balance and to center. So keep on practicing – but take vacations too. Keep your focus… but remember it’s the linking “ands” that keep you connected.


Honor your emotions and acknowledge your fears. It’s okay to be nervous, to feel anxious or to have stage fright. That means you care and that you want to excel. After three decades of dancing, I still gag before going onstage! That’s why I make sure to fast before every performance. Seriously, it’s when you stop feeling nervous that you should start to worry because that means you are becoming apathetic towards what you are doing. And that’s a scary place to be in. Your emotions are a part of who you are. Being emotional doesn’t mean you’re weak. Whether you need to deal with pressure, loss, failure, hurt or rejection, our emotions are not a baggage. Instead, they make us human. They make us whole. So cry, laugh, smile, scream… it’s okay!


For a performing artist, the performance is the product and thus, the most important part of your work. All the classes, rehearsals, warm-ups and preparation culminate into that one performance. That is what the audience sees and that is what they will take away with them. Treat every time you get to practice your profession as a performance. Don’t save your best effort for another day. Always give 100% so you never have to regret anything. But BE PREPARED. You know in jumping, the deeper you do this step called a “plié” which means to bend (in this case your knees) the higher you are able to propel yourself into the air. The plié is your preparation. The soaring into the air is the goal. The more prepared you are, whether for a presentation, a task or a performance, usually, the outcome is also better. Take this moment now to thank your parents, teachers, mentors, administrators, family, colleagues, your Manongs and Manangs and your friends. For they all helped out to prepare you well. And they will continue to support you in the years to come. Believe me, you will need their support.


Do something crazy.  Do something that defies all logic at least once in your life. You never know what could happen from there. I once found myself in Cuba and was asked to dance the full-length Swan Lake. Now you have to know something about Swan Lake—it has the most difficult ballerina role ever. In fact, in Russia, I was warned by my own teacher—who I loved and respected and trusted—that I should never do the roles of Odette/Odile. It’s true. She told me when I graduated that I was already equipped to dance any role out there—except Odette/Odile. “Because Lisa, you will never be a Swan Queen,” she said frankly but with every good intention. Well, my “something crazy” happened twice in my life. First, I accepted the challenge of performing Swan Lake in Cuba with only FOUR DAYS to learn and rehearse it. And I performed what was for me the WORST Swan Lake I have ever done in my career! Honestly, I still cringe when I watch the video. But I did it. No regrets. My second crazy moment was when I resigned from my former company, where I was principal dancer, and formed Ballet Manila in 1995 with 11 other young dancers. No money, no connections, just a lot of drive and dreams to begin with. Well, the company just celebrated its 20th anniversary last month with five times the number of dancers, plus a school and a scholarship foundation that promises a steady supply of well-trained ballet dancers to continue our mission of bringing ballet to the people and people to the ballet in the many years to come! Sometimes closing your eyes and taking that leap of faith will get you there—even if it makes you pass through a lot of heartaches and failure along the way.


This one is a quote I saw on social media but which I felt was truly valid and real:  “One of the hardest decisions you’ll ever face in life is choosing whether to walk away or try harder.” This is where setting a deadline for yourself is most important.  I gave myself two years to become a ballerina, although honestly I do not know what I would have done if it didn’t work out. (You see I hate accounting. Working with numbers was never my forte—unless of course it involves counting to 8).

So push yourself through self-doubts, for they will certainly come. Push yourself through rejection. But also know when it’s time to re-direct. Re-boot. And then decide and commit all over again.


Serve. Offer yourself to a cause bigger than your own needs or ambition. Find ways to make your dreams meaningful to others as well. One thing that I’ve learned from my family of Blue Eagles is that an Atenean means being a “man or woman for others.” You need to serve. Serve your whole life. Serve yourself sometimes. But serve others more often.

I met many of you during two separate visits to the Ateneo that have prepared me for today’s commencement speech. With today’s visit, I must say I haven’t been this often to Ateneo since I was in high school coming to watch Dulaang Sibol.

So what are my eight counts again?

Decide and commit

Work hard

Focus and get good

Honor your emotions

Prepare well

Take the leap

Set deadlines

and Serve.

Fly high Blue Eagle graduates! This is your time to soar!

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That is not the speech that I will remember for a long time, that is the speech that I will remember as long as I am living and I can see myself reading that to my children and grandchildren.
Hope this one helped you as it helped me with my crossroad in life :)

Have a happy and productive week everyone! =)