Flipping Through 2012

As I rummage through my bag, I can’t help but to take notice of my oak wood-bound organizer. I forgot to write my activities for the past several days as I was quite busy during the holidays. I decided to write about how I spent my Christmas and some out of town trips with friends and family. My December entries were on the last six pages of my little brown book. All of the pages are on the verge of being field. Days from now, I would be keeping my organizer into my stash. So while it’s still serving it’s worth for this year, I turned the pages back to January and recollected 2012.

 

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I went through my January entries and saw that it was one of the most jam-packed months I’ve had this year. I was still active in the EMS. My body was still aching from our extensive trainings we’ve had last year but we needed to return to our base and complete our duty hours. It was also my birth month but I celebrated my 21st birthday away from home. I enjoyed sharing my two caked with the groups though before we had another bone-breaking emergency drill.

 
February came and I was still quite busy with the EMS during the first half of the month. We had a chance to go to one of my hometowns, Sagada, to volunteer as medical standbys for the mountain bike race during the Lang-ay Festival. Valentine’s Day came and I let it pass by with the company of my EMS pals. I sometimes drop by my sister’s shop and help get orders and deliveries. I’ve tried hanging out at a new coffee spot, the Ebai’s.

March was the start of the summer in the Philippines. I got addicted to the tanning mousse and hot iron curlers! It was my first time to have a coffee date with my friend, Bebet, this year being away from Baguio for several months. Glenn also passed their MedTech board exams! Aunt Melba got home from Canada for a several weeks vacation. I was quite her constant companion which I very much enjoyed doing! Lots of receiving hand downs and eating out. Our friends also introduced me to a very potential hang-out—The Fireplace at Villa Cordillera. It was also the start of Casey’s KTV addiction. LOL!

April, the month I started to be homebound. I still got to meet up with friends over coffee and KTV. Aunt Melba was still here so there were more night outs. My grandma got hospitalized and so I had to turn myself back into becoming a nurse. My EMS pals thought we missed each other so we organized a get together. My first godson, Luis Ezekiel, was born. I had my first haircut this year. The last time I had one was December last year.

I’ve turned into a total bum by the month of May. There were many blank spaces in my May calendar. I practically spent my days reading books and watching TV series. Casey and Jeff’s addiction to KTV became worse. We frequented Kalei’s Grill, Roof Garden and The Fireplace.

Rainy June came. I dunno what got into my friends’ mind that made them want to camp in the middle of a storm. We had a photo shoot under the rain which was quite fun. We went home to Mt. Province to celebrate our grandma’s Diamond birthday. Casey, Rozen and I became quite a fixture in Villa Cordillera. Haha. I also enrolled in a driving school.

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July was the start of the second half of the year. It was my mother’s birth month and I bought her a bag. My Uncle Nestor continued teaching me driving for weeks. I noticed we haven’t been to Starbucks lately. We got caffeinated at The Fireplace, Kalei’s Grill and Session Cafe. We thought we wanted a different coffee spot so we tried PNKY. I was also back to Kaffee Klatsch after several years. I continued reading the second book of Percy Jackson, the first one I read last year. I got so engrossed that I read the sequels one book a day. I finished the ten seasons of Friends.

August was quite busy for me. I got my first traffic violation resulting to minor injuries of two persons and a damaged motorcycle! It was so nerve-racking but thanks to Casey for bringing me to the spa to relax. I, Casey, and Rozen hung-out at The Fireplace for like on a weekly basis. We also went to La Union to celebrate another grandma’s birthday. Our baking class started. I finished watching three different DVD series. It was also Jhen and Bebet’s birthdays. I also got a new crush—but ONLY FOR ONE NIGHT! Casey, don’t get me started on that again. Haha!

The Ber months started with September. Lots celebrated their birthdays this month- Casey, Karen, Glenn, my grandma, etc. It was also my parents’ wedding anniversary. There were more hanging out at The Fireplace again. It was also when I fell in love with Mr. Christian Grey. My grandaunt died which was sad. I got to have a coffee at Starbucks again after several months. God, I missed saying “venti”! We had an assessment on our baking class in which I failed. It was depressing as it was only my second time to fail! The first time was on our Chemistry subject during college sophomore. Casey told my crush that I got a crush on him. She failed to tell that it was FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! Aldrin got home from Australia and he treated us to Army Navy, The Fireplace and Pizza Hut.

It was only on its 2nd day that I realized that it was already October. I made lots of cakes, pies, and cookies which, luckily, the kids liked. I had the chance to drive again. I started womanning Liza’s shop again. My mother got her gallbladder removed. I turned into a Starbucks junkie again!

My November calendar was definitely the most filled one. 28 boxes out of the 30. I lost weight after 3 days of upset tummy. I changed into my geeky mode while doing Sarah’s essay. There were more coffee dates because we were collecting stickers for the 2013 Starbucks planner. I had my second haircut of the year. I turned into a bookworm again. I finished 2-3 books a week. I completed my sticker card and got my green 2013 planner with just 6 coffee dates. It was my most caffeinated month.

And here comes the last month of the year- December. We still go to Starbucks a lot. I am planning to complete another sticker card. I’ve been downloading lots of movies lately. My college blockmate, Lanie, got married. I also happened to have my first fever for years. The last one was when I was in grade school. We also frequented Chairman’s KTV. Sarah, Bradley and Ashi came for the holidays. We also stayed at a resort in Bolinao for two days with my sisters and their friends. It was supposed to be the end of the world as the Mayans predicted. I was waiting for a tsunami to wash us away but nothing happened. Then the next day, we went to Sea Park Resort in La Union, this time, with the family. Talk about getting tanned in December! I dropped two of my phones into the water. At least the better of the two is still quite functional. Ashi returned to Hong Kong. At least we’ve got to spend another Christmas together. I also got my Starbucks pen sans the 100 pesos discount. I am also making another essay for Sarah which I am taking a break from just to write this one. Haha

So that pretty much summarizes my 2012. I’m not sure if it was that exciting but at least I got over it with lesser drama. I have met new people, been to new places, felt and done something new. It was a year of new discoveries. I now have a bigger, more spacious 2013 day planner. Will I get to fill all of the calendar entries, list more songs to sing in the KTV, more coffee dates or maybe travel abroad and meet new boyfriends? Well, let’s see.

:)

 

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Lanie’s Wedding

Another wedding happens! One night, Lanie texted me to save a date, December 12, 2012. Apparently, she’s going to get married! She formally gave the invites over coffee at Starbucks Technohub Camp John Hay. Finally, 12/12/12 came and we witnessed the ceremony at Baguio Palace Hotel along Legarda Road. It’s just sad that only 5 of us from Block 16 were able to go- Cherith, Casey, Jhen, Allysa and I. The others were at work or somewhere else.

It was a happy event though. I love the couple’s attires which came from India. We also got to taste some Indian cuisines and have lots of picture taking at the hallways and the gray-tiled restroom! :)

Congratulations Lanie and Harris!

No….Yes

I couldn’t help but but feel nostalgic as I stood in front of my favorite restaurant. It was an Italian restaurant where Evan took me on our first date and on our three anniversaries of being together. It is where we head out when we wanted something edible besides the Chinese and Indian food we take out from the store across our apartment. I’ve practically tasted everything on their menu. I wonder if they’ve added something new. It’s been a while.

“Good evening Miss Margaret.” the familiar doorman politely greeted me. I nodded and smiled in return. I scanned the room for my date. Luckily, I found him immediately. He looked dapper in his three-piece suit. His tie was slightly loosed around his neck. He might have noticed someone staring at him  and so he turned his face towards me. He stood up as he waited for me to reach out table.

“You look gorgeous tonight, as always.” He put a light peck on my cheek then he moved to help me sit on my chair. “I would look more gorgeous if I was given another half an hour to fix my hair but I was afraid I’m going to be late if that happened.” I joked.

He chuckled, “It was good then that you were short of time or I would have died out of hunger.” Then he stared at me with adoring eyes, “But no matter how you dressed or styled your hair tonight, you are perfect.”

I just smiled back at him. I remember those times when Evan would compliment the way I look, the way I move, the way I do everything. I didn’t believe him at first but he kept on telling it again and again that I believed him. It’s one of the many things I loved about him. he made me feel good even at my worst.

A waiter tended us and we gave our orders. The sommelier approached our table with an expensive bottle of Marsala and poured our glasses. Evan taught me the art of wine-tasting. I actually enjoyed it. We had so much fun that night that we became tipsy because we downed three different wines. We ended up leaving his car on the parking lot an hailing a cab home. But tonight, I refused to drink and opted the sparkling water instead.

Our food came which we ate in between exchanging stories. The dishes were cleared out before the waiters came back to set the platters and cutlery for our dessert. It was tiramisu which I loved. Evan was the one who enlightened me that tiramisu is an Italian dessert. I really thought it was Japanese before!

I started with my dessert when the good-looking man in front of me asked, “Did you know that tiramisu means pick me up?“Before saying “I know”, he stood from his chair and walked towards me. He kneeled at the side of my chair. Is he doing what I think he is doing? In answer to my question, he got something from his breast pocket. A small velvet box. He opened it then just before my eyes was an enormous diamond ring. It was breath taking. “Margaret, we’ve been together for quite some time now and I just feel that this is the right moment to say this. I love you. Will you pick me up from here? Will you marry me?”

Memories of my time with Evan sprang out from the back of my mind. We were happy together. I never thought I could be that happy being with someone. We were happy but there were also moments that were a big let down. Like when we got pregnant but I miscarried on the 8th week. There was that moment when we haven’t had a real conversation for days. The doctor said my uterus was not a conducive place for the baby to grow but it doesn’t mean I can’t carry a full-term baby. I just need to take some medications and take are of my health. Evan didn’t say anything bad towards me. It’s like we had a mutual silent agreement not to talk about what happened. But I still felt he is blaming me or was it my guilt making me feel that? After that, everything between us changed.

I go back to the present and to the question. Will you marry me? How do I answer that ? It’s the second time I’ve been asked with the same question. I hated close-ended question types. I cannot reason out, I cannot give excuses. I remember the first time I was asked with the same question. It was also in this restaurant. I said “yes” simply because I loved the one who asked it. Somehow, I think to myself, I wouldn’t want to dine here anymore. What am I going to say this time? I noticed that the other tables were staring at us, or at me, waiting for my response. I look back at the man kneeling in front of me. I don’t love him. But before I gave him my honest answer, my attention was caught by a couple who just entered the restaurant that my mouth was left gaping. They were holding hands, the guy was whispering something to the girl as she giggled. They stopped their tracks as they noticed the situation going on. I stared at their intertwined fingers and didn’t fail to see a big diamond ring on the girl’s finger. So it’s true, he proposed to her. He asked her to marry him. To have his babies. To spend her life with him,like, forever. Realization dawned to me. I am hopeless. I  felt my heart constrict as my mouth dried. I just felt tears running through my eyes. I stared at the man who just entered, the man who asked the first “Will you marry me?”. I mentally sent him a message. I hate you. I hate you. I hate you.

Then I turned to the man proposing to me. I changed my mind. I said, “Yes Noah, I want you to make me your wife. You’re going to be a father after all. I’m 9 weeks pregnant.”

The crowd cheered while I died inside. Goodbye Evan.

November Get-Together

 

It’s already November and Starbucks is already giving out their stickers for the 2013 planners. And being coffeeholics and planner savvies, we started going out to our fave coffeeshop weekly. And since some of our friends are in the city this week, we planned another nightout. Glenn’s stayed here for a while after coming from a seminar in La Union. You’d be surprised to know that it’s a rare case for here to go home at 3 AM sober! Lanie and her fiancé, Harris also dropped by to give out their invites for their December wedding. Jhen came with her mom and sister, which I am thankful for for the stickers! Then after taking some photos, we decided we were hungry so we headed out for dinner. Casey,  Jhen, Jhen’s mom and sister stayed though and waited for May. Casey said she’d meet up with us later so we have to dine nearby the coffee shop. We were’nt interested with any of the food around Cap John Hay so we went back to town. Sorry Casey! We had our dinner at Zola where we all ordered baby back ribs and shakes. Jeff had to hit the road earlier than us because of work.  Kim and Jopat also showed up straight from the bus terminal, after coming from Manila which is very thoughtful of them. At least we had some photos taken together with them. Casey and her cousin and a friend came minutes just before we are about to leave. It was 12 when we left the resto. The couple headed home to rest and Cherith went to work. That left Me, Glenn, Casey and her company. They wanted to go to a karaoke bar so we tagged along with them. We headed out to Chairman’s which thankful, upgraded their karaoke machine and playlist (some of the songs are still on Billboard Top 100). After two hours of singing, we decided to end the night, sober.

A Table for Two

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She was wearing her favorite pastel blue dress when she entered the restaurant. The maître d’ knowingly welcomed and led her to her reserved table. A table for two. It’s not her first time to come here after all. A young waiter approached her with the menu on his hands. She smiled at him and lifted her palm to stop him before he presented her the menu. “Don’t bother. Just a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon please.” she said with a smile instead. The waiter politely nodded then set off. Her eyes travelled around at the amazing interior. It seems like nothing has changed in the past months. It has been four months since the last time she went here. The waiter arrived with the chilled wine bottle in a bucket of ice followed by another familiar waitress with a tray off wine glasses. The waitress smiled at her. “Good evening Madame Jacob. It’s nice seeing you again. I’m surprised!Will your husband be running late tonight?” the middle-aged waitress asked her. She smiled and nodded meekly in answer before the two left her after the glasses were filled with the wine.

She didn’t bother to tell the familiar staff that she would be dining alone tonight. Didn’t even bother telling them that she won’t be needing the extra glass placed opposite her. She just let them think she was waiting for her husband. With her well manicured hand, she reached for the glass in front of her and lifted it. She let the rim of the glass touch the tip of her lower lip as she smelled the pungent aroma. She liked the smell as she liked her wine, bittersweet. She took her first sip, indulging into the rush of warm sensation that ran through her body. “I can get used to drinking this.” she silently told herself.

Mrs. Jacob ordered a Waldorf salad. She didn’t want to down the whole bottle with an empty stomach. She wanted to be sober at least for a little longer. She wanted to remember the details of her marriage vividly. She smiled. It’s their fourth wedding anniversary tonight. Oh how she wanted to recall the times.

She remembered their first anniversary. She was so happy to wake up beside him that morning. Beatriz couldn’t believe that she had been Mrs. Jacob for exactly a year that day. Beatriz stared at the face of her sleeping husband. She kissed him and whispered, “I love you.”

Her husband stirred and woke up. “I’m not Sleeping Beauty, but thank you for that wake up kiss.”, he said smilingly. Beatriz giggled as her husband cuddled and kissed her.

They were out of breath when they stopped. “Dress up nicely later. I’m taking you somewhere fancy tonight. Happy anniversary, Bee.” he said as he kissed her again.

On their second anniversary, she woke up with a breakfast tray on her bedside table. A cup of coffee, orange, bacon, waffle, and a stem of tulip. She read the note attached to the flower. Good morning Mrs. Jacob. I’m out for work early. Pick you up at 7-ish? Two years and forever. Love, Your Mr. Jacob.  She was surprised with the breakfast in bed. She can’t help but be touched by the gesture since her husband didn’t know the map of their kitchen. She finished all the served food. Later that night, Mr. Jacob brought her to the same restaurant where he brought her on their first anniversary date.

On their third anniversary, she thought of doing something naughty. She woke up earlier than her husband and stuck a note on the alarm clock on the bedside table saying, Skip breakfast, maybe? There’s something or SOMEONE more delectable in the bathroom. She donned her Victoria’s Secret lingerie she bought the day before. She placed her iPod, filled with sexy songs she searched over the internet, and speakers on the sink counter. She waited for some minutes and chose to sit in the bathtub. She ended up sleeping instead and was woken up by a blasting “My Sharona” from the speakers. Then she saw her husband with his hip resting on the counter, arms crossed, watching her amusingly with a grin on his face.

“I wanted to eat something or someone delectable but I found out she was sleeping.”  Bee frowned, feeling disappointed by her failed seduction. Her husband laughed at her as she walked towards her and helped her stand up.

“I’m sorry, I’m not really a good seductress.” she said embarrassingly, blushing.

“Said who? I find you sexy. The sexiest, in fact.”, he chuckled as he reached and enclosed her in her arms.

“I will make it up to you tonight. Wear something nice, I’m taking you somewhere fancy.” she hugged him back, saying the words he said to her on their first anniversary.

“It’s a date then.” he chided. He released her and looked at her face with glint in his eyes, “But I’m already hungry. Is your offer of something or someone delectable still up?”

Bee remembered all those dates together with all the memories that happened in between them. All their lovemaking, their silence, the fights, the make-ups, the love. Then she noticed, she almost downed the whole bottle alone for herself. She was feeling tipsy already and didn’t want to finish the one-third left. She raised her hand to catch the attention of a waiter passing by and asked for the bill. After she paid and left a big amount of stood from her seat. She felt the head rush so she placed her arms on the table for support. The waiter kindly offered to guide her to the doorway but she declined. “Oh no need. I can manage. I will just ask the doorman to hail me a cab. Besides, it’s a busy night for you. Thank you for the kind offer.”, she said sincerely. The waiter didn’t sound convinced but didn’t bother to ask her again. Mrs. Jacob picked her purse and started to head to the door. With a slow and straight gait, she was surprised to know that she was not that intoxicated after having several glasses of wine. The doorman was busy talking to a newly arrived group of diners which she was glad about. She didn’t want anyone to offer to usher her. She reached the parking lot and got in to her car. She turned the radio on and tuned it to a Blues station. She rested her head on the headrest and stared at the green dashboard clock. It’s two hours and several minutes before twelve. She continued sitting idly as Ella Fitzgerald sang in the background. The day of their wedding anniversary is not yet over. It’s her first time to spend this day alone, no conversations. They usually lasted this day with lovemaking in their apartment. Then realization dawned that that would never happen again. “Never again,” she closed her eyes as tears streamed from her eyes, “never again.”

”Y-you are so unfair Eric. I-I hate you right now. You are very unfair.” she said faintly as tears continued pouring down her cheeks. Her silent cry turned to sobbing. She rested her arms and head forward to the steering wheel. Just tonight, let me cry again. She cannot believe that in just one night, she remembered almost the whole of the four years they’ve been together. The sadness felt heavier as she realized that the four years they have been together was not enough for her. She wanted more. Wanted forever. But she knew it’s impossible. He is gone and not coming back. The flashback of the four years of companionship was indeed a flash. Just like their marriage, it started but suddenly ended. Just like how fast his husband’s life was taken. She remembered that night four months ago…
She received a call telling her that her husband had a car accident. She rushed into the hospital, praying and hoping that everything will turn out fine. She arrived at the hospital, six minutes after Eric’s life was gone. Then everything weren’t the same.

She snapped back to the present time, inside her car. She wiped her wet cheeks with her hands. The sobbing stopped. It’s time to go home, she told herself. She started her car and exited to the main road. Billie Holiday is serenading, singing “Without Your Love” on the background .

“I miss you, Eric. I love you.”she said. Tears started coming out again. She wanted to stop crying but she just can’t. I’m tired and sleepy, damn that wine, she thought, as gravity pulled down her eyelids. Billie Holiday was still singing, with car horns joining the jazzy band. “In another life, Mr. Jacob.”

What Writers Dread: The Block

I wish that my mind is like a lemon– juicy. Because nowadays, I’ve been missing my tall glass of creative juices. I’ve been having this writer’s block for months already that’s why I haven’t clicked the “New Post” tab just yet. I mean, I am writing a new post now but this is different. I miss writing fiction! The last time I’ve written a short story was like two months ago. I tried making a new one and I actually started writing. I already have names for the main characters and have conceptualized on their personalities. Hell, I already knew how to end it but the only thing missing is how to thicken the plot! How do I make it exciting or how do I even make someone read it through the end? I thought I should read other books or watch movies or TV series to gain inspiration but still, my brain is idle! Well, I think I should continue reading and watching before I come up with a decent story. Ta-ta for now.

March 2012 Medical Technology Board Exam Passers

I got to make this post quick cuz I know many are now looking for their names. My friend, Glenn Rudolph Domingo Gacutan, took the exam and we’ve been waiting for the results for days. Some sites which posted the results are down so I’m making one right now. CONGRATULATIONS blood suckers!

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 533 out of 804 passed the Medical Technologist Licensure Examination given by the Board of Medical Technology in the cities of Manila, Baguio and Cebu this March 2012.

The successful examinees in the March 2012 Medical Technologist Licensure Examination who garnered the ten (10) highest places are the following:

RANK NAME SCHOOL %
1 VINCENT EDOUARD ANTHONY RETARDO GULLAS VELEZ COLLEGE 92.50
2 NIKKI GIGI AYTONA LEGASPI SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 89.30
3 TRIXIA MARIE VERGARA ELLADO SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 89.20
4 TRINA PILANDO IBIS SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 89.00
5 DALE IVAN AURIGUE BRUEL ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES 88.30
6 FRANZ LENARD DAYAG BARRETO REMEDIOS T. ROMUALDEZ MEDICAL FOUNDATION 87.80
7 ABIGAIL MAYLED LAUS ANGELES UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION 87.70
8 KATHLENE JOY LAYUG LABRADOR FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-NICANOR REYES MEDICAL FOUNDATION 87.60
9 GLASELLE JOY MURCIA BENDOL NOTRE DAME OF MARBEL UNIVERSITY 87.40
10 SHANNEN KAYE BUMALAY APOLINARIO ADVENTIST UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES 87.30
10 GAYLE IVON BROSAS BONZO UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM DALTA-LAS PIÑAS 87.30

Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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1 ABACO, GENEVIEVE BANTA
2 ABAIGAR, RANDY ROSALES
3 ABALAJON, MERRY ROSE ENAGUAS
4 ABALAJON, MICHELLE DALDE
5 ABARQUEZ, LUCILLE MAE GONZALES
6 ABDULHAKIM, SURHANA SANAANI
7 ABELLERA, ANNA KRISTINE GALVEZ
8 ABIERA, JENNEY LYN PELICANO
9 ABILLE, TAYLOR ASHLEY TAVORA
10 ABLAO, ESTEPHANIE APLACADOR
11 ABLAZA, LOURDES LOPEZ
12 ACERO, JHO-ANN SANTOS
13 ACIERTO, KATRINA JOY GALANO
14 ACOT, ANNA LIZA IBE
15 ADDUN, TATIANA MARI NARAG
16 ADRIANO, JAN JERICHA CRISTOBAL
17 AGABE, JONNA ESPADA
18 AGAGON, MIRACLE JOY DANGATAN
19 AGOJO, BIANCA MARIE RAÑO
20 AGONIAS, JANICE BALISACAN
21 AGUINALDO, RICHELLE FERNANDEZ
22 AGYAO, MARIVIC ABANNAG
23 ALABAN, STEFFANY ELLO
24 ALBINA, JERLIN COBONG
25 ALCANTARA, ANA KATRINA BALDOPEÑA
26 ALCANTARA, EDISON GARCIA
27 ALCANTARA, EDRANDOLF VELASQUEZ
28 ALFAJORA, DANICA IRENE GULAR
29 ALICBUSAN, APRIL ORGANO
30 ALIMA, UZCIL BUHIA
31 ALMERINO, ALVIN JIM GALVEZ
32 ALMOCERA, MERCY SHEENA WALES
33 ALONZO, MEGAN KAYE RAMOS
34 ALQUISALAS, GERWIN MATHEW DOROY
35 ALTO, JAYSON ALPUERTO
36 AMANSEC, KHEUS JANE ROMERO
37 AMOROSO, ANGELITA ESCALAMBRE
38 ANDES, JUDY FRANCIS SOLOMON
39 ANDRADA, JEAN BAPTISTA
40 ANDRADE, ARVIN DELA CRUZ
41 ANG, ERWINE RIVERA
42 ANGELES, KATRINA ANGELIQUE AUSTRIA
43 ANGELES, MAUREEN HIPOLITO
44 ANUDDIN, KEA KORINA GONZALES
45 APOLINARIO, SHANNEN KAYE BUMALAY
46 APOLONIO, MAYCHELLE DE CASTRO
47 APOSTOL, AARON JAN LACSINA
48 AQUINO, MARIA CHRISTALYN POL SANGIL
49 ARABE, ALEVIL PAJE
50 ARGUELLES, DENS JEFF RIZADA

Roll of Successful Examinees in the
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51 ARNAIZ, KRIZZIA LAGSUB
52 ARPILLEDA, ROXANNE MATANDAC
53 ARTIAGA, NARLOU MOLDE
54 ATIENZA, DON ROGER ARRABE
55 BACOLOD, CHRISTINA
56 BAGSIC, MARY JOY ALICUM
57 BAGTUNA, BRIGITTE ALBERTO
58 BAJADA, EUNICE BAJANDE
59 BALBADA, EMILIANA CATORCE
60 BALBERONA, MARK AARON BOLLOSO
61 BALORIA, JAILIAN ZEA MANLANGIT
62 BALUMA, RONYANN MATABALAN
63 BALUYOT, LOU JOSEFF MILAN
64 BANAL, GERALDINE BURGOS
65 BANDIES, IAN JOHN SALVADOR
66 BARBA, KEVIN GEORGE ESQUIVEL
67 BARBASA, LEOGEL ALLEN RESCATE
68 BARCENILLA, AIREEN TINGSON
69 BARRAMEDA, HAIDELYN UNGRIA
70 BARRERAS, JAYFORD BIO
71 BARRETO, FRANZ LENARD DAYAG
72 BARRIENTOS, JACKIE LOU OMONGOS
73 BASCAR, EUNICE PUTIS
74 BATULA, MARIA CHARLITA DALINA
75 BAUTISTA, EMILY HAMILI
76 BAUTISTA, MARK ZYON CAIRO
77 BAYAG, ELLEN GRACE SUSTITUIDO
78 BEDAYO, JASHEN JABONETE
79 BENDOL, GLASELLE JOY MURCIA
80 BENITEZ, BAMBI ZULUETA
81 BENTICAN, JOEFRY PANABE
82 BERDEN, JEZER NERJ PAQUIT
83 BERON, REY NIÑO BABIDA
84 BESA, HAYDEE FELICIANO
85 BOCLONGAN, DOLCE AMOR VICENTE
86 BOLAÑOS, MARY DETECIO
87 BONOTAN, JUBERT JAY SANDIGAN
88 BONZO, GAYLE IVON BROSAS
89 BRUEL, DALE IVAN AURIGUE
90 BUADA, KATRINA SANDRA ANINIAS
91 BUCLAO, ALSANIE TAHIL
92 BULUSAN, MICK KELVIN KING
93 BUMALAY, ROEL MARTIN ANG
94 BUSTAMANTE, JORDAN JAVIER
95 BUSTOS, MARIA ABEGAIL CRISTINA MENDOZA
96 CAABAY, CRISTINA ESPIRITU
97 CABALLERO, MELODEE JOYCE NAGAYA
98 CABALLES, RANIER SHERWIN LAZO
99 CABALUNA, CATHERINE CLAVIS
100 CABARO, SOFIA KEZIA APOSTOL

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101 CABATU, VIVIAN TADILI
102 CABILLA, DAN CLIFFORD AVERGONZADO
103 CACHAPERO, MARK PAJARILLO
104 CAGAS, MA LUNA ALABA
105 CAGUIMBAY, ELLINE LOUISE ONG
106 CAGUITLA, SYRYLL AMBAT
107 CALAM-ANG, JASTINE SAB-IT
108 CALINDAS, MARIE FE GALINDO
109 CALIVO, MEDDIE DOLOR
110 CALIXTO, FRANNIE GAWIDEN
111 CALMA, JASMIN SANTOS
112 CALO, DIONALYN DAQUIPIL
113 CAMAGANACAN, JETHRO DOMINADO
114 CAMTUGAN, ALWIN DAPYUSIN
115 CANDAROMA, MA JEANNINE DIMALANTA
116 CANDOG, LYZA GARINGARAO
117 CANDOLE, DESIREE JUNE MADJOS
118 CANTARA, PATRICK DALE SUMANG
119 CAPIROL, JEZEBEL CUIZON
120 CARANDANG, REVELEEN MAJA LUGO
121 CARONAN, CAREN CABBANGAN
122 CARUNUNGAN, MARION TRINIDAD
123 CASESERANO, CONNIE ROSE ERNA
124 CASTIGADOR, SHERMINE BLANCADA
125 CASTILLO, MYRA DEL ROSARIO
126 CASTRES, ALEXIS TORIO
127 CATAMORA, EDRALYN SOLOMON
128 CATINDIG, AMARIE LIBERTY FLORES
129 CAÑIZARES, CHARMAINE MENDAROS
130 CELEDONIO, LEAH MARIE LABASBAS
131 CELIS, VENICE ANN KAYE RAMIREZ
132 CELON, PELITA NUEVA LAMORIN
133 CHIQUILLO, JADE CLARENCE CUIZON
134 CIANO, MARIA LEAH ROSE GRANADA
135 CLAUDIO, MA LOCELY ABELLAR
136 CLEMENTE, JELLICA BALTAZAR
137 COLANTA, JESSICA JOY REALINO
138 CONSTANTINO, MA ANNA KATRINA SEVILLA
139 CORNELL, NAFISA SAIVE BUTANAS
140 CORONACION, KRISTINE AYESSA ELAINE BUERANO
141 COTINGJO, KRIZZIA ALLYSSA SANTOS
142 CREDO, BREEZE MARATAS
143 CRUZ, DON RUPERT HERRERA
144 CUAYCONG, SEAN MICHAEL LEGASPINA
145 CUE, REBEKAH OROLAZA
146 CUENCO, BEA CELINA SOLANO
147 CUETO, LEAH ANGELA PAJARILLO
148 CUISON, HAROLD CALAPATIA
149 CUNANAN, GRACE CAPUA
150 DACANAY, GLENDALYN ARGETE

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151 DACUDAG, FAYE CONCEPCION RAMOS
152 DAEP, DIANNE FAYE TUBLE
153 DAGA, JOVIT ECALDRE
154 DAGUINOTNOT, HILARIO MANZANO
155 DANAQUE, KAREN FAITH CANG
156 DATU-HARON, HALIMAIDA BABAO
157 DATUGAN, RALPH DOUGLAS GADDAO
158 DAVIDON, JAYPEE VILLAMIL
159 DE GUZMAN, APRIL JOY TITAN
160 DE GUZMAN, NINA PAULA YUMUL
161 DE LA CRUZ, ERWIN BUAN
162 DE LA CRUZ, MARY JANE MEJIA
163 DE LEON, ERIC BALLEZA
164 DE LEON, MANUEL CAINTIC
165 DE LEON, STEPHANIE RAE JUANILLO
166 DE LIMA, ELYN DUMAQUITA
167 DE LUNA, NORILEEN IKAN
168 DE MARIANO, SHENNA HOPE IRABON
169 DE TORRES, DARREL HONRADE
170 DE VERA, MA GRACE MODELO
171 DE VILLA, MARA ABEL
172 DECILIO, ROBBIE IRA
173 DEL ROSARIO, ANNA KARENINA MALAZO
174 DEL ROSARIO, NICOLE BANZON
175 DELA CRUZ, RONALD RHEY DEL CASTILLO
176 DELA RAMA, ARTEMIO JR RAMIREZ
177 DELOS REYES, CHRYSA MICLAT
178 DELOS SANTOS, JERAMY ABENIR
179 DELOS SANTOS, RITCHE URIARTE
180 DEOLINO, ANTHEA ESCRIBIR
181 DEPUSOY, MARC LOIE LACAP
182 DEQUIÑA, SACRY BENITO
183 DIALA, CARISSA SOL
184 DILAY, DANICA PAULINE DALOPE
185 DIMATULAC, MA CRISELDA MENDERICO
186 DIONALDO, RUSSELLE ROSE GO
187 DIZON, JAN MARK BAQUIRAN
188 DODOY, MARGARETTE CODOD
189 DOMINGO, ARNELYN DARADAR
190 DONAYRE, SHERILYN GENCONO
191 DUCAY, JENNY ARRANGUEZ
192 DULAWAN, CHARLES BRUCE BAGUYA
193 DUMAAN, KRESTYL REA SABRIDO
194 DUMALANTA, BLESSIE GRACE EUSEBIO
195 DUMLAO, MARIE ANGELI ESPIRITU
196 DUQUE, MA GENNETTE DOLLY CATILOGO
197 DY, KRISTINE JEANE GENERAL
198 EBORA, FE YUMI ESGUERRA
199 EBRON, JAMES ZEBEDEE CAIPANG
200 EDQUILA, MARIA TERESA ESTEVES

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201 EDRADA, CARINA MONICA LUMAWIG
202 ELBO, MARY JOY AMAHAN
203 ELEDIA, LAARNE MAE NAPALLACAN
204 ELLADO, TRIXIA MARIE VERGARA
205 ELMENZO, EDILBERT DEL ROSARIO
206 ENCALLADO, KARREN CUSTODIO
207 EROA, JOY KRISTINE SOLEDAD
208 ESGUERRA, MARIE JEENE VELASQUEZ
209 ESPERAS, MARY LOUISE AIZA CONTILLO
210 ESPINOSA, BRYAN MUYONG
211 ESTEMBER, VINCENNESS LEGARIO
212 ESTERBAN, SHANE RICHEL JIMENEZ
213 ESTIALBO, CHARMANE DIANE GONZALES
214 EUGENIO, KARLSON DALE FACUN
215 FABILA, IAN LESTER RAPADAS
216 FELIPAS, KARLINE MAE MAGLUNOB
217 FELIX, CZARINA NAVAL
218 FELIX, LEVY JAEDICKE PE BENITO
219 FERNANDO, MARIA LANI BELEN BERNABE
220 FERRER, RAFAEL LEONARDO CRUZ
221 FIESTA, CRISTETA ALINDADA
222 FIGURACION, VERON MARDEL DELA CRUZ
223 FLORES, KENNETH MICHAEL ELEAZAR
224 FLORES, MARIA ANDREA EBDANI
225 FRIAS, CESAR GABRYL DOMINIQUE MAPILI
226 FRINCILLO, MICHAEL ANTHONY HERMANO
227 FUDALAN, PRECIOUS OSORIO
228 GABUTAN, REYNA MAY VILLARINO
229 GABUTERO, PRINCESS RED ROSE PAMISA
230 GACOT, MARY GESTINE ALEXANDRA CRISTOBAL
231 GACUTAN, GLENN RUDOLPH DOMINGO
232 GALLEMIT, MARC JOSEPH SARMIENTO
233 GALVEZ, CRISTIAN MICHAEL FERNANDEZ
234 GAMBOA, LORENA PARIAL
235 GANITNIT, CHRISTIAN ED CAMUMUT
236 GARCIA, IVAN NICOLAI PAREDES
237 GARCIA, JEAN ESTIRA
238 GARCIA, JOLLY GALANG
239 GARCIA, KARL ALLAN VENERACION
240 GEQUIÑANA, APPLE JOY FILLOGAN
241 GERNALE, JUBEELYNE FUENTES
242 GERONIMO, JEROME SAMIA
243 GOROSPE, RAQUEL LUZANO
244 GUBATAN, PAULO MIGUEL BISCOCHO
245 GUERRERO, CHRISTINE RODRIGUEZ
246 GUIAMLOD, CHRISTINE RAMOS
247 GUIRUELA, MA KATHLEEN LODANGCO
248 GULFAN, MILA CORINNE BANATE
249 GULLAS, VINCENT EDOUARD ANTHONY RETARDO
250 GUSI, JUVILYN MANALOTO

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251 GUZMAN, ANNA THERESE JALAGAT
252 GUZON, KATRINA REBECCA GOMEZ
253 HAGOSOJOS, BERNARDINO MANIKIS
254 HAUTEA, HUMBELINE SIMPAS
255 HILONGO, EMERALDINE BARING
256 HORTALEZA, DELFIN JR OCAMPO
257 IBASCO, ADELTRUDIS VENIEGAS
258 IBAÑEZ, JENWARD MACROHON
259 IBAÑEZ, JOSEPHINE BUYA
260 IBIS, TRINA PILANDO
261 IGNACIO, EUGENE SALONOY
262 ILAGAN, CHRISTINE GEM MARQUEZ
263 ILAGAN, MIGUEL GREGORIO AMURAO
264 ILUL, KAYE SARAH MUDDALAN
265 ISNANI, APRYL ZSAREEN ALIH
266 JALOCON, DIANA ACE DELA CRUZ
267 JANIOLA, JANE KIMBERLY OFAMIN
268 JARAVATA, JESSICA MARIE AQUISAY
269 JAVELLANA, KRIZEL KHO
270 JAVIER, JUAN PAOLO CASANTOSAN
271 JIMENEZ, INGER LIA GONZALES
272 JOSE, MAUREEN JOY MORDENO
273 JUMAMOY, ANELLA SUZANNE QUIAO
274 JUMAWID, MICHAEL SABADO
275 JUNIO, RAFAEL JAMES AGLES
276 JURILLA, EUNICE ANN SORONGON
277 KAWAKAMI, KEN ROSHNI SAJULAN
278 KHAN, SAMINA COUSIR AGUILAR
279 KHO, FREDELOR BUGHAO
280 LABRADOR, KATHLENE JOY LAYUG
281 LACAYANGA, ESTELA MARIE VENTURA
282 LACEDA, PAUL BLANCO
283 LACSON, KRYSTEL SIENNA BAUTISTA
284 LAGO, CHERRY ANN AMEN
285 LANNAON, ARIEL TAPO
286 LAROCO, JOEL ESTUPIGAN
287 LATOJA, KENO VALENCIA
288 LAUS, ABIGAIL MAYLED
289 LAUZON, BENEDICTA ANDOQUE
290 LAYON, KENT JAN CALAMDAG
291 LAZA, ADOLFO III TACDERAS
292 LAZALETA, XED VINCENT LATAÑAFRANCIA
293 LAZARTE, MELLOWYNE (OWEN) ANIBAN
294 LEDOUX, ISABELLA MARIE ANAS
295 LEGASPI, NIKKI GIGI AYTONA
296 LEVARDO, KIM TESALONIKA DOMONDON
297 LEYESA, MARY GRACE SANTOS
298 LIM, JAMES ANTHONY OROZCO
299 LIM, RADZHATA MIJAN
300 LIMPAO, SOWAIB LIDANGAN

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301 LINDET, ASTRA MUDJALLA
302 LINZO, MARIA GERALYN CLAVERIA
303 LOCSON, MICHAEL KRISTOFFER ARANETA
304 LOPEZ, CHRISTMAY VALERIE CADORNIGARA
305 LOZADA, GENALYN BILLON
306 LOZADA, JOSEPHINE HERNANDEZ
307 LUCINE, JOEYZA BULOSAN
308 LUMAMPAO, LB JOY BABUNAS
309 LUNA, ELLEN GRACE DELA PEÑA
310 LUNA, MARIA RICA JOY TORRES
311 LUSTAÑAS, GERWIN PEÑASCOSAS
312 MAAÑO, KATHYREEN PULIDO
313 MACANIP, REX DE VEYRA
314 MACARAEG, DAN JEROME GO
315 MACASAYON, ABDULMANAF ABUBAKAR
316 MACUA, JOSEPH PELIÑO
317 MADERA, JOHN HOMER SAYO
318 MADERAZO, LEONEL PILAPIL
319 MADRIAL, VALERIE MAE SERNEO
320 MAGLALANG, NEIL ALLEN CASTRO
321 MAGNO, JONI EREL JAVA
322 MAGNO, STEVE DELA CALZADA
323 MAGNO, TERESA JOY JAVA
324 MAGSINO, JOLLY MICAH VIRAY
325 MAMAAT, JOSE EDWARDO ROMERO
326 MANAIG, JC REYES
327 MANALO, ANGELINE GALGO
328 MANEJERO, NESTOR JR VENTURA
329 MANGENTE, MYREL DEL PRADO
330 MANGUERRA, JOAN MATALOG
331 MANTIL, NORALBASSER BIANG
332 MANZANILLA, JOANA MARIE VILLASTER
333 MARIANO, ELAINE KRIS CORPUZ
334 MARIANO, MARIKRIS NUAL
335 MARINO, CHARMAINE JOY JABONETE
336 MARTIREZ, CRISTINE RAMORAN
337 MARZO, ARIZZA ROSEANNE HALASAN
338 MATEO, MA ERIKA BISDA
339 MATIAS, AHRIAN CARLA DISONO
340 MATORRE, PRECIOUS JOY ABAYA
341 MAYOL, CIELO MARIZ SIDAMON
342 MIGRIÑO, LACE OPAY
343 MIGUEL, RIA BATALON
344 MIGUEL, RONNIE JAY AMBAS
345 MIJARES, HIJI LUMAGUE
346 MINGUITO, GEMMAVIEVE KEIRT REMEGIO
347 MINOR, NICA ALEXIS GUTIERREZ
348 MIRALLES, MARY GRACE HUERVANA
349 MOHAMMED, OMAR SAM DACURRO
350 MOLLAZEHI, FATIMA IGNACIO

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351 MONTEGREJO, MA KRISTEL MARQUEZ
352 MORALES, CHARLOTTE FLORIBEL BALCANAO
353 MORALES, KAREN JOY PLACIDO
354 MORALLO, KERES KHAN BATOCTOY
355 MORANO, MARIAN CRISTINE MUTA
356 MORONG, PEALLEN TOBIAS
357 MOSUELA, ANGELYN CASTILLO
358 MUNAR, JANICE SIBAYAN
359 MUSA, NUR-ZEHAM AILUL
360 MUTIA, ULYSSES JR HORTILANO
361 NALANGAN, MARY JOY ORIENDO
362 NARAG, GREG BRYAN AROCENA
363 NATIVIDAD, REYLEN OCAMPO
364 NAWANG, MADZNUR HAJULA
365 NICOL, KIM ALEXIS TORRENTE
366 NILO, SHERELLE GERONA
367 NOEL, STENNETTE LEE MAE ALTE
368 NOGRALES, JORDILIZA ABELLANOSA
369 NONAN, RIO BAGAINDOC
370 OCAMPO, TONI JERICO PINLAC
371 OLIVA, RL JERLYN HERNANDO
372 ONG, ASHLEY CYNNA LOPEZ
373 ONIA, MAY VIRGINIA CRUZ
374 OPEN, GISELLE BASALLO
375 OPERAÑA, CYNTHIA MANDEGASIA
376 ORLANDA, GIANNE MARIE HABAN
377 ORTEGA, EUDRICH YOUNG
378 ORZALES, KRIS ALISON CORTES
379 OSOP, NASROL HATTAH SAMPORNA
380 PACLIBAR, APRIL JOY SINGSON
381 PACRES, CHARLMAE SUNGA
382 PACULAN, MARTIN CACAYURAN
383 PADACA, LOVE LYN SALES
384 PADRILLAN, MA THERESA BACALING
385 PADRO, GIORDAN GEE RUBENECIA
386 PALARION, MARLON JR LEGASPI
387 PALEJO, MARY ANN BAYUBAY
388 PALISOC, MARA ALVINA DELOS REYES
389 PALOMO, ABRAHAM JR PULIDO
390 PANALIGAN, REGINE PACETE
391 PANO, CARLOU SANTELLA
392 PAPAS, MARGOT DAÑO
393 PASCUA, KENNA CALUMBA
394 PATIGA, MEZAEL SOBEL ANTHONY ORAIS
395 PECENIO, ALETHA JEAN RAMIS
396 PEDIENGCO, LOVELYN CLAR
397 PEDRAJAS, CHARISSE AMBER LEABAN
398 PEDROSO, JOCELYN ADATO
399 PELARO, MARY JOY CORDOVA
400 PELAUSA, MARIA ROXANNE BORJA

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401 PERALTA, REULYSSA AQUINO
402 PEREZ, EUNICE MARIE FULLOSO
403 PEREZ, KRYSTHIA ISOBEL MANRIQUE
404 PEREZ, RHONA FLORIDA
405 PEREZ, VIANNEY JOVILYN BANDOY
406 PETRAS, KRISTINE CUDAL
407 PIALA, HAZEL MAE ANG-UG
408 PITOY, BEA MARNELLI PINEDA
409 PONCIANO, MARK ALBEN BAGASALA
410 PRODIGO, MARICRIS VILLARUEL
411 PUBLICO, FRANCIS DAVE ESTEVA
412 QUIJALVO, KATRINA KAY REMIGIO
413 QUIMADO, JULIE ANTONETTE BADE
414 QUINTANA, RAEL DOLORES
415 QUITORIANO, ARLENE GOMEZ
416 RAGUINE, JULIE ANNE ARSUA
417 RALLOS, REUEL JR VILLANUEVA
418 RAMIREZ, CAREAN KENAR MATE
419 RAMIREZ, KAYCEE ANN BERINGA
420 RAMIREZ, MAYCEBEL CALUMPANG
421 RAMOS, JOCELYN PERA
422 RAMOS, MARY KRISTINE RAMOS
423 RAMOS, RONALD BALDOS
424 RASA, THERESA GRACE RIGONAN
425 RASONABLE, SHILLONE LARGO
426 RASUL, JALINAH MUTIA
427 RAZ, GENN CHARMIE DELA CRUZ
428 REATE, SONNALIE PESINABLE
429 RECTO, JOANNA CARLA ALALAY
430 REGONDOLA, SHERWIN MANIGBAS
431 REMANDABAN, RUBY LONGAZA
432 RETIRADO, ROCHELLE AGABIN
433 REYES, IAN KENNETH PADRE
434 REYES, MARIE ROSE BANQUILLES
435 REYES, MARK LAWRENCE BERBER
436 RICO, SIMEON RAPHAEL III SANTOS
437 RIEL, ELAINE BERNARDO
438 RIMANDO, JESSICA JOY GOMEZ
439 RIODIQUE, SHANNAH LAYNE CORTEZ
440 RODRIGUEZ, LEONEDAS BALANDO
441 ROMERO, JASON CEDULA
442 ROSAL, MARCELLE ANN BULALACAO
443 ROSETE, ARLENE VALDEZ
444 ROÑO, ELIZA MAE DU
445 RUBIO, ZYNGENE MARK UY
446 RUIZ, TERI LOU DOMINIQUE MORGIA
447 SABADO, RHIZA ROSE BOMBAY
448 SABADO, VICTOR MARI BENJAMIN ESTRELLA
449 SABAN, SHOUALIN SORATOS
450 SABRI, MARDIYA ABDULHALIM

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451 SALIK, FAYDHAL AMPATUAN
452 SALUCON, RHEA CODIYON
453 SALVEDIA, LOUCITA MAY PERALTA
454 SAMBOLLEDO, ERVIN EMMETT PAGUIBITAN
455 SAN MIGUEL, AARON EMBER AGUINALDO
456 SAN VICENTE, EMERIZA SENEDRIN
457 SANCHEZ, DONNA NORIEGA
458 SANCHEZ, JENNIFER THERESE ARREOLA
459 SANDIGAN, BETHANY FRANCISCO
460 SANDOVAL, NOEL LANOPA
461 SANGCA, NAJMAH DIMAAMPAO
462 SANIDAD, LESLIE TANDEC
463 SANILLA, MARK ANTHONY LACANARIA
464 SANTACERA, MILROSE LEPROSO
465 SANTOS, ROY VINCENT AMADOR
466 SARMIENTO, ARVIN MENDIOLA
467 SARZA, ELMIRA CRESENCIO
468 SEGISMUNDO, JENINE JOY CAPISTRANO
469 SELIA, MOHAMMAD KHALID HASSAN
470 SEVILLA, KARLOS MICHAEL ADEFUIN
471 SILVA, R M LINGAYA
472 SINGCO, SHERA EFRAIM DANUCO
473 SINGSON, LEOMER JOSE DARIO
474 SOBRINO, ANNA MARIA DIANA ALMERO
475 SORIANO, MARYANNE TAMONDONG
476 SORIANO, RAEZEL JONN LIGUTAN
477 STO DOMINGO, MARIA SHERRA IGNACIO
478 SUICO, TERALD DUMANJUG
479 SULANG, JUDYLYN BANG-OG
480 SUMALINOG, AMY BALCITA
481 SY, SHYRA LEE GERVACIO
482 TABUA, MARY BETH LEDESM
483 TAGOLIMOT, ROFIL CARIÑO
484 TALAOC, GLENN HECTOR SALIDO
485 TALENS, CARLA MARIE MIANO
486 TAN, GOLDA BLESS GABUTAN
487 TEE, JONATHAN ASHLEY PROCIANOS
488 TIMBREZA, JULIUS CEAZAR BATALON
489 TINGZON, JONNEL WATIWAT
490 TIU, ARLENE GALLANO
491 TOLDO, SHEENA ROSE GOLO
492 TOLENTINO, GERLY APOLONIO
493 TOLENTINO, JOHN PAUL FAVOR
494 TOLENTINO, RICHIE BUYCO
495 TOMONGHA, KIMBERLEY ROSE ABELLA
496 TONGCO, LIMAR JAY MARANGA
497 TONGIO, MAICA CASTAÑEDA
498 TORREBLANCA, SHEENA ALORRO
499 TORREJOS, MARIA ANITA AGUILON
500 TUANQUI, MONIQUE ALLAINE LOUISE BONDOC

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501 TUAZON, EMERANDO MONSALUD
502 TUGAS, DYANA MAE CAMBA
503 TUGON, RENE LUIS RIOBUYA
504 UCHI, MELISSA ANN AGRICULA
505 UEDA, DEBORAH OSBOKEN
506 UGALE, MARY JANE MAGALLANES
507 UY, CAMILLE ANTONETTE SETENTA
508 VALDEZ, CHERY ANN CRUZ
509 VALENCIA, MARSHELLE JULIENE OANES
510 VALENTINO, JENNICA ROSE MARASIGAN
511 VANGUARDIA, ANN MARIE DOMO
512 VARQUEZ, ESTHER SANDY COMEDIA
513 VASQUEZ, GLODECE SISON
514 VEGA, MC HENRY ABAYAN
515 VELASCO, MA DARA MAE MORALLO
516 VERDEJO, YOLANDA LEE
517 VERGARA, CHARMAGNE RAMOS
518 VIASON, JEREMIAH II VIÑAS
519 VICENTE, HAROLD JAY PASCUA
520 VILI, ROCHELLE MARTINEZ
521 VILLACAMPA, ROMINA JOYCE CAUSING
522 VILLONES, MAY ANN MALLO
523 VILLORDON, GABRIELA OYAO
524 VIRAY, CHERRY ANN GUTIERREZ
525 VITALES, RICHELLE GUILLERMO
526 VUELTA, REINALIN CASIANO
527 YAH, DARYL TRIMOR
528 YANGCO, GERANYL ROSE TABLICO
529 YANUARIA, KEIL ANN GASPAR
530 YAP, MARIA LORNA CHRISTY CELESTIAL
531 YAP, ROSZAR IAN UY
532 YU, JUVY ANN LIOK
533 YUZON, ROSELINI GRACE VALENCIA
NOTHING FOLLOWS———————-
Manila, Philippines
MARCH 12, 2012
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Chairman
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APPROVED:
TERESITA R. MANZALA
Chairperson

Sagada: Chills and Sunburns

You know what I hate the most about out of town trips? It’s the packing up. Or maybe it just comes second after splurging! Anyway, I just grabbed random clean washed clothes from my closet and stuffed them in the vacuum bags. Those bulky bubble jackets are just so stressful to bring even after all the vacuum sucking. So, to save space in my big back pack, I just brought inflatable pillows. Just so you know, preparing and packing up makes me anxious. You know the feeling that you would miss to bring something important? And when I thought I was done, I went to my bed which I’ll be missing for the following days. Little did I know that I really forgot to bring one very important stuff—my toothbrush.

FEBRUARY 3 (Day 1) Homecoming Queen

“You know what’s hard in playing Hansel and Gretel? Having your cookie trail washed up by the waters.”
-Fritz inside the cave

I woke up at around 3:30 am and I got to applaud myself for not abusing the snooze button. The first alarm worked effectively. Though I hated going out from my bed, I still went to the kitchen to prepare my coffee and heat something edible in the microwave which in this situation was the corned beef. I took a hot shower then changed into some warmer clothes. And then with two bags killing my back and a travel pillow on my neck, I took off and met my friends at the Lizardo bus terminal.
The bus took twists and turns along Halsema highway as the sun rose over the mountain horizons. After around 6 hours of travel, we finally arrived at Sagada – my grandmother’s hometown. We went to the Reyes (my grandma’s brother) family house, where will be staying for the whole duration of this getaway, and fixed our room. I also met my cousin Shayla who also was having a vacation. She went home for her dad’s, Uncle Roscoe, death anniversary last January 19. There were still no clear agendas for the day so we asked or trainer Sir Sean to contact some Sagada Genuine Guides Association (SaGGAs) tour guide for our caving.
It was my second time to go spelunking in the Sumaguing Cave but a first time for the most of my group mates. The rock formations were very astonishing that we always stop to take pictures. Every rock formation seems to tell a story. It’s amazing how they are accurately formed into something. Some of the most popular formations are the curtains, king, queen, princess, rice terraces and grizzly bear. The waters were also chilly but nice to swim into. It took us 3 hours going in and out of the cave.
We walked back into the town with hungry tummies. We had our “lunch” (at 5pm?) in Dap-Ayan restaurant located at the ground floor of the Centrum.
It was already dark when we went home. My uncles already prepared pinikpikan with etag for dinner. We took our showers, still with chilly waters coming from the spring then slept through our first night.

FEBRUARY 4 (Day 2) Offtrack

“When you can’t beat them, leave them, look for your friends and go eat somewhere.”
- Fritz on the dead-tired and hungry mode

It’s chillier in the morning! And yet we had to take our morning shower because we will have to meet the Bike Race coordinators at 7:30 am. We donned our “Emergency Responder” uniforms and jackets atop. As we wait for the race to start, we watched the parade and went around the fair to check on the thingamabobs they were selling.

By 11:30am, with some high school marshals, we were brought to some mountainous area where the bike race will be held. We were singly deployed on the critical places. It was quite a wait before the race started so Casey and I picked up some wild berries. We were in the middle of taking funny videos when suddenly, the racers started passing. Casey had to run back to her post while I gave directions to the mountain bikers. It was downhill and very steep so I was nervous for them! They were running their bikes very fast so I just told them to carry them when going down. And some did. Haha. So much for telling them what to do! Thank God there were no one acquired serious injuries.

After the sweeper told us that there we no more racers coming up, we started following their tracks. The finish line is still 16 kilometers away. How are we going to do that on foot under the scorching sun? It was a good thing I brought a cracker, a Snickers bar, a Twix and 1.5 liters water with me which we shared with. That is one perk of being a foodie! LOL.
We kept on walking until we saw the group of high school marshals resting. We called one of the race coordinators and asked if they’re going to send a vehicle to pick us up. We don’t want to walk anymore and follow the bikes running at whatever kph. He gave us a awful answer saying no, they’re not going to. So rather than going after the group of bikers with no single cute face among them, we’d rather enjoy our tour. We walked down going to Lake Danum which was very relaxing with the blue skies and cool wind blowing. At last we got to massage our tired feet and legs before walking back to town.
Just like yesterday, we had a VERY late lunch before going back home. We took shower then had a nap. With an unplanned night out, we went to the Kimchi Bar and Resto in our PJs and thick sweatshirts and jackets. We had 1 round of beer session while sharing stories with our new and old acquaintances. And before any of us gets tanked, we headed home.
P.S. Bondie and I still managed to have a midnight meal after brushing our teeth. Takaw!
P.P.S Our seniors arrived today!

FEBRUARY 5 (DAY 3) Free Spirits
“Dear Sir, Please excuse us for being absent today because we are sick of you and we need to have a good rest and sleep after having a fun trip from Bumod-ok Falls. Thank you for your consideration.”
-Fritz’s excuse letter

When you sleep late, expect the greater chance of you waking up late. Needless to say, that happened to us. We made a false excuse to Sir Sean saying that we won’t be able to join the Medics team because we have to tour Ate Ice around before leaving earlier than expected coz she has to go back to Baguio for a hospital duty as an on-call nurse. Of course he bought it and said that he doesn’t own our time and so now, we are free to go wherever we want to go. Not guilty at all.
After eating and taking shower, we went back to our room for a short nap then prepared to go to Bumod-ok Falls. We rode on the top of jeep from the plaza going to Bangaan. There was an Information Center there where we will get a guide to take us to the falls. We didn’t know why we needed to get one when going there is easy as ABC. All she did was take nice-NOT pictures. Haha.
Anyway, after almost an hour of walking steep steps and rice paddies, we arrived at the great falls. The water was even colder than that in the cave. There’s a great difference during rainy and dry seasons and it’s a good thing it’s the dry season since I am afraid to tread strong currents. After acclimatizing to the water temp, we tried enjoying the chill for an hour before hiking 2 kilometers uphill. A total leg killer! Then we rode another jeep going back to town again.
Then we met up with our seniors went to have dinner at Sir Sean’s parents’ place. The dinner turned out to be a “lunch” as Sir Jowe said because it was nearly 12AM when we had it. And needless to say, pinikpikan ulit ang ulam! We were already sleepy and ready to go home but Daddy Bhoodz won’t let us. He said that we should empty the bottle of brandy first! And of course not all of us are drinkers or should I say, not in the mood for booze guzzling. But thanks to Bondie, she gulped the Empoy lights with T-Ice as her chaser. STRONG!!
It was past 2AM when we got home. Our bladders were all full but the toilet was locked up for quite a while but with someone inside. We peeped through the window glass to see what might be happening inside and found my cousin Shayla lying on the toilet floor. We knocked and knocked til she opened it. Her hair was disheveled and smelled of alcohol. We assisted her going to the cabin where she was sleeping. The best bit of this mayhem was when she crawled upstairs to her room like Sadako. That cracked me up, ha-ha. And then we went back to our business—getting a bit of sleep.

FEBRUARY 6 (Day 4) Lazy Bones

“I’m always sleepy and tired. Maybe I’m just tired because of the escapades. Or maybe I’m pregnant! Gee! What’s a good baby name?”
-Fritz on the first trimester of freaknancy.

We woke up late again. Well, what do you expect?! We had our brunch at around 11AM. It seems like we’re getting used to the 2-meals-a-day routine. We invited Shayla to join us and she thanked us for helping her last night. Then moments after putting food on her plate, she was called because her bus is leaving. She’s going to Baguio then to Manila then back to Tokyo.
Then the narcoleptic Justene or Aldrina lead us back to the room and slept again. We planned to buy souvenirs this day but it took hours for the others to take their shower so I just slumbered. And just when I was in the zenith of a lovely somnolence, they woke me up! And so we went out and went store to store to buy souvenirs. I bought Sagada Coffee, etag, and a shirt.
We went to meet the others at the Yoghurt House and had of course, yoghurt. Then we went to see the Echo Valley where we took numerous photos and of course shouted and shouted (and shouted and shouted) ßnoticed the echo?
Rhougina texted and told us to meet her at the Echo Valley Inn and Resto Bar. We thought it was a cozy place but it turned out to be… hmpf, nevermind. It has a karaoke though. I wanted to stay for a while and sing but they called out for me. We met up with Sir John Justo, our tour guide, and gave us our Sagada adventure certificates. No night out for our last night and so we headed home.
Time to pack up! There’s no vacuum around so I had to sit on the vacuum bags to let the air out. Alarm set on 3:30 AM.

February 7 (Last Day) Homeward
“Maykan, Fritz. Agawid tayo’n.”
- Superstitious Fritz

The third thing I hate the most during out of town trips, it’s waking up too early to catch your ride. It was too cold and no time to make coffee. Uncle Pancho was still asleep. Bet he had a few drinks last night. With all our stuff prepared, we left the always unlocked house before 5AM. And exactly after waiting for a minute or two, the bus passed by and then we set off. Got to catch another sleep!
Sagada, the best ever!