May 14 Realizations

Good Deeds Do Not Come Unrewarded



By 2:30 PM I went to the nearby public school in my home town to vote. So I went straight up to the second floor where I usually vote. To my surprise my name wasn't there. Then the poll watchers told me that I could go downstairs and ask for the right precint number that I should go to at the stage.
As I went to the stage, a familiar face took my attention. It was my bestfriend from college! Julius Mitiam.


Well we haven't talked to each other for quite sometime already and he changed a lot (physically). As we were talking he explained to me that he is part wait, let me rephrase that he is the chairman of the PPCRVY, the youth arm of the Parish Pastoral Council on Responisble Voting that helps voters locate their precint number.


He wrote my name in piece of paper and gave to one of his staff so that they could look for my precint number. As they came up with the information I knew that I went to the right room. As i tried to depart from the conversation so that I could go to the precint again he uttered "Sandali samahan nakita para madali, minsan lang ako makabawi" and then every thing went back to me.


I remember the time when I used to help this kid with school stuff. I realized that I did made good relationships with my calssmates in way back. It was really nice to see the people that has been part of my life and to feel that everything you do for good is not in vain.
The Vote

So here's how I voted today


1 Trillanes, Antonio IV
2 Arroyo, Joker
3 Zubiri, Migz
4 Escudero, Chiz
5 Recto, Ralph
6 Lacson, Panfilo,
7 Pangilinan, Francis
8 Villar, Manuel Jr


So far all of my candidates are still in the running and not trailing behind the others. Yup you are seeing just 8 cnadidates. That is because they are the only ones whom I think that should be in office..... the others they can think about what they have done.... well I'm still thinking about loren legarda.

2 comments:

dodongflores said...

I felt envious to people who didn't lose their right to vote. I mean, nobody else take away from me my right to vote but somehow I lost it along the way since I was moving from one place to another.
I hope your choices of candidates win. I know you have a keen sense of judgment whom to elect.
Good luck!

dodongflores said...

I felt envious to people who didn't lose their right to vote. I mean, nobody else take away from me my right to vote but somehow I lost it along the way since I was moving from one place to another.
I hope your choices of candidates win. I know you have a keen sense of judgment whom to elect.
Good luck!