At the airport, I was surprised and happy to meet Mr. and Dr. Villareal who attended a retreat in Tagaytay. Before we boarded on our plane, I had the chance to have a little chat with them about Enfant Cheri and the kids. They made me even excited to see my former students.
|Dr. Joy Villareal and Paul at Bancasi Airport|
At Bancasi Airport, my very good friend Jinky was already there waiting for me and I was even more touched of Ate Lotlot's gesture to pick me up with her car. Of course, I was more than happy to see the kids - Ronron (whom God has gifted with a very good singing voice already), Izza, Ate CK and Tsoktsok. These children have made me realized how time flies for they have grown so faster than I thought.
|Ronron, Izza, Tsoktsok and CK|
More about Butuan:
|Jinky, Junar, Sir Reggie|
|Foodies at The Islands|
Because Junar (the principal) had to travel back to San Francisco (Agusan del Sur), we had to cut our neverending conversation while Sir Reggie, Jinky and I had to walk back to our places hoping to digest what we had just eaten while bringing memories back during when G1 was a complete force.
And before we called it a night, we dropped by outside Enfant Cheri's walls to take a pose with Jinky's congratulatory tarpaulin for her being an Outstanding Teacher of 2011.