It’s been quite a month, and months of me hibernating on my sanctuary. It’s sad I haven’t been updating this site lately. But anyways, this post is a focal point of everything underneath the why. :)
This photo sums it all up! I’ve been dreaming of this for the past five and a half years of study-struggle. And finally, God is so good He permitted me to be where I’m at.
The giving of certificates! We never expected we’d all be receiving this on stage since we’re about 2000+ scheduled for the morning program. It was abruptly done considering our number but still, it feels so good to be up there.
Then we embraced the chance to pose for a shot with our two Board Topnotchers. Accordingly, this is the first time in history of CPA Board Examination in the Philippines to have two passers who shared the top one spot, and this batch has apparently garnered the second highest passing percentage in its history as well. That sounds crazy, knowing I was a part of it. :)
My all-time college bud, Glecie! We’ve been sharing the same sentiments on accounting scrambles and ramblings since our freshmen year, then became dorm-mates during the review, and the best part was passing the board together. :)
We then headed to Century Park Hotel for PSBA’s and CPAR’s testimonial dinner for new CPAs.
Hence, my testimony. (Why the heck am I always the first one to do this stuff? I’m definitely cursing my surname -again- for that matter.)
A group photo with the most revered accountant, CPAR Director and my one of a kind inspiration, Atty. Conrado T. Valix, CPA.I guess every BSA student should’ve known his story, before taking the board.
With the all-time favorite CPAR Reviewer who has an extremely extraordinary humor and talent in green-joking (LOL), Atty. Dante Dela Cruz.
With the father & son tandem, Sir Conrado and Christian Valix.