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San Pablo Councilor Karla Adajar says goodbye to her office

Apr 29, 2022 @ 9:56

San Pablo Councilor Karla Adajar, who is completing her third term, has gone on senti mode as she prepares to say goodbye to her office of nine years.

In a Facebook post, Adajar said she would miss the office that served as her second home and comfort zone for nine years.

Not only does she have a lot of good memories in the place, it also served as the office of her late father, Councilor Egay Adajar.

She felt that he was with her as she made decisions and provided service to the people, she said.

She also said some items in the office hold sentimental value for her.

These are the plants of her father, her couch, and the portrait of Mama Mary that her father brought there from their home.

She can make new memories in her next office!

“At dahil throwback Thursday, mag sesenti muna ako ng very slight (in beki tone

)

Sa pagtatapos ng aking termino bilang konsehal, isa sa mga ma mi-miss ko ay ang opisina ko sa kapitolyo ng 9 na taon. Ito ang nagsilbing pangalawang tahanan ko at kanlungan sa mga panahong pinanghihinaan ako. Napakarami kong masasayang alaala dito sa opisina, alam nyo ba na ito rin ang opisina ng tatay ko kaya sa tuwing naroon ako ay pakiramdam ko ay kasama ko parin si Kon. Egay Adajar sa pag- iisip, pag-dedesisyon sa pulitika at humaharap sa mga tao ng marangal at matatag.

PS. Alam nyo ba na 3 bagay sa opisina na yan ang may sentimental value sa akin.

1. Yung halaman ni papa

2. Yung sofa na sasakit muna ang tuhod mo bago ka makatayo.

3. At yung portrait ni Mama Mary na bitbit ng tatay ko mula sa bahay namin. Good boy din kasi sya

Sa pagpasok ko sa bagong paglalakbay bilang boses nyo na sa Panlalawigan, BOKAL ng ikatlong distrito ng Laguna ay sisikapin ko na kasama nyo parin ako palagi sa Session sa San Pablo

Yan ay para hindi ako ma miss ni

25 KONSEHALA ANGIE YANG at ng mga dabarkads

,” Adajar posted.

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