My hopes of getting to Cebu are completely doomed. The organizer of the Isuzu Fiestacular, an event where I sidelined as a facilitator for all the saturdays of last month, Brand on Demand, didn't text me again after our last stint in North Avenue, QC. The supposed Cebu spectacular was dated May 20. Earning 700Php a day was highly acceptable if we were chosen to come with the group, but I guess they have found out a way to get their own PA's in Cebu even if it was us who were already masters of the trade after three consecutive events. I wished they didn't promise us the project, leaving me and my classmates, who came with me, baffled after not a single text was received by any one of us.
On the lighter side, I have finally reached my regularization in my job last May 26. Who could've thought I could last a year? Out of 14 who went to training in my batch, only three were left. Kat, who is now with the Equifax account, Armi with Washington Mutual, and finally me, with Chase Home Mortgage.
After all the confusion, yes I am now with Chase as my previous program, Dun and Bradstreet, where I stayed for almost a year, transferred to the new ICT branch in Marikina. I could've been titled now as a telebanker if we (part-timers) pushed through with the training for Washington Mutual. The superiors pulled us a out a week after we've started upon realizing that there are no available slots for us, thus we were transferred to Chase.
Now, being with Chase is not the only new thing. I have opened up myself to a new, but complicated relationship once again, I've been seeing Timmy, an office mate, exclusively for a while now. But here's the catch: she is a single mother of two.
What we have is not something that happened overnight. As she put it, she had a hard time in getting me, taking her about 2 months for me to notice her. And what amazes me is that despite the situation, I am happy with what we have right now. She says we should live for the moment, and that's what I've been trying to do since we've begun.