Yesterday was the final one of my three-day stint as a NAIA Buyer Services Representative. I watched the sunrise at the airport while knitting.
Then, I manned our booth and welcomed arrivals with a smile.
I had Jollibee’s halo-halo sundae and brewed coffee for dessert during lunch.
I attended mass during my break at the airport chapel.
Then, I got to finish crocheting this scarf during my shift.
I had maruya (fried sweet bananas) and brewed coffee at the cafeteria before close of business.
Then, I rode the bus to World Trade Center.
We had our debriefing at the venue itself. I was giddy to be back at Manila FAME.
After our meeting, we got to explore the fair.
All our hard work for the past three days was worth it once I saw the fair. I was blown away by the astounding exhibitors and the artistry of the Philippines.
I am proud to be part of this event, and I have a renewed love for country after this.
For dinner, I grabbed a beef bowl at Yoshinoya before calling it a day.
It was an honor to serve our country and witness the capability of our artists. I am proud to be Filipino!