Taytay Councilor Pia Cabral wishes younger sis a lot of happy trips
Taytay Councilor Pia Cabral is bidding goodbye to her younger sis Steph, and rather than be sad, she is excited for her new journey.
In a Facebook post, Pia said Steph has been traveling to different places at a young age because of her talent as a ballerina.
But now Steph is trying a new career as a flight attendant which will have her traveling all over the world and accompanying people up in the skies.
Pia said this was God’s way of using Steph’s talent to carry out his best plans for her. She also reminded her sister that God is always on her side and will be all she would ever need.
The konsehala also said all she wishes is for her sister to enjoy her new journey and to be a blessing to others.
Of course, Pia did not forget her constituents. She jokingly told Steph that if a Taytay resident gets on her flight, she should give this passenger all the perks.
We’re sure anybody from Taytay will be happy to get on Steph’s flight!
“Since then, during your childhood days, God trained and prepared you to travel different places to show, inspire people with your talent and passion in dancing ballet. And now, with your beauty, finesse and personality, you will be traveling all over the world to assist and accompany people up in the skies literally. God is always faithful with His promises. He used your talent to be the stepping stone to His best plans for you. We may not see each other more often than the usual but always remember that if God is on your side, He will be everything that you will ever need. See you soon! And enjoy the new journey God has given you. Always be a blessing and remember your purpose. Ate always love you! 😘💕❤️
P.S: pag may tga Taytay na nasa flight mo bigyan mo lahat ng libreng perks 😁,” Pia posted on Faceboook.
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