New Year, new life?! Are you sure? Well, just learned that one of our cousins file a Motion for Reconsideration at the court for the injunction case and the hearing will be tomorrow at 8:30AM. You might remember, that I posted here a couple of months ago that we won the injunction case that was filed against us by our cousins in my father side. That’s the same case they want to open for consideration. They can’t seem to accept the fact that the place where we live was given to us by our aunt. They really want us to go homeless. Gosh! To think that we are a close knit family before my aunt died and all of a sudden they don’t want us there.
I’m just hoping and praying that the court will grant us the finally decision again. We are not fighting this case for our own interest but for the family as a whole. What our aunt told us before she died are the things we are doing now and much more. We just want to keep our family and the business intact so we could help everyone. Unlike someone I know who just want the place solely for her own benefit.
To go or not to go? I’ve been asking myself that question for days. I can’t seem to decide if I’ll be going to Manila this end of January or first week of February. I’ve been looking for the cheapest fare online and the perfect time to go is the end of January but unfortunately, I don’t have a budget for it. I mean, I need a bigger budget in order to buy a lot of stocks. It’s just a waste if I can’t buy stocks more than I used to. My stocks should be x4 than the previous trip. I don’t want to go back again on February just to buy new stocks. Need to save up to pay all my bills and my capital. Hays! What to do, what to do?!?
I need a sign. I hate the traffic in Manila but I can’t avoid that since I need to buy new stocks. Most of my suppliers don’t want to send their items directly. They want the customers to personally get it at their stores. Hays! I’m so lazy. Anyone can help me?! Know any RTW suppliers that I can just call?
Wishing everyone a happy NEW YEAR! May your wishes and dreams come true this 2016.
Filed under: Rants, Raves & Musings| October 1st, 2015
Good day everyone! It’s been a while since I last posted here at dbuzztoday.com. I’ve been very busy with my new project, family happenings, and the trade fair. I’m not complaining, okay. I’m actually very happy with all the blessings that God showered me. And I’m happy to share this with you.
I finally got good news from the Organizer of 888, Madam C told us that the soft opening of the 888 Chinatown Square Premier will be this coming Oct 16,2015. Yahoo! After 29 years of waiting and wasting our time, they finally decided to launch their soft opening during the highlights of the Masskara Festival. I just hope that it will not be rescheduled again, like what happened last August and then September.
Anyways, this new endeavor is an RTW store called GellyVee’s Closet located at BR34, 2nd Fl 888 Chinatown Square Premier in Bacolod City. And it will never happen without my family’s’ help and support, especially financially. Thank you very much Mom, bro and to my 2 sisters. Love you! I’m praying and hoping that dizizrelyizit! Sis S, what do you think?
So, if your in Bacolod and If you want to be on trend at an affordable price, please like and visit GellyVee’s Closet!
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