Top Ten Thursday: 10 Things I Learned from Misha Pallorina-Enriquez

18 Nov

10 Things I Learned from the birthday girl Misha

1. Sandwiches can be exciting. They’re not just limited to two pieces of bread and whatever spread is available in your ref. You can create the most delicious sammiches with just a little imagination (and maybe a recipe book if needed)

2. A hug a day can keep depression away. No matter how down you feel, once you receive an extra super duper tight hug from a friend, your day can just be a little bit brighter. And Misha gives the best, tightest hugs

3. If you’re a true-blue book lover, you don’t need a bookmark to remember where you last stopped reading. Bookmarks hurt books. So just remember the page (which I never do, hence, my books are in constant pain)

4. Don’t be afraid to contradict the norm. Express your opinions, even if you’re in the minority. Maybe people can learn something from you

5. Girls have a secret weapon to get some guys to do what they want. But I won’t divulge it here or it won’t be a secret anymore

6. Ziplocks are the bomb

7. Third world literature should be taught to high school students because it opens your mind in a way that first world classics just can’t

8. Even the most seemingly cynical and unromantic people can fall in love

9. The OMF Literature family is indeed the best and I, too, would always be protective of the product and the people

10. You can turn your life around with the all-consuming love and grace and peace that can only come from Him

Happy birthday Mish! Even though you are a few continents away, I can still feel your presence here in the office and in my life. Haha. Love you Mish


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