- Vivoree Esclito penned a lengthy social media post about her struggles to finish high school with flying colors
- In an Instagram post, the young actress also showed glimpses of their virtual graduation ceremony
- She received “Character Award: Generosity” and the “Academic Award: Philippine Politics and Governance”
- Vivoree then expressed gratitude to the people who helped her with these achievements
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Vivoree Esclito penned a lengthy post on social media to share her journey and struggles to finish high school with flying colors.
In an Instagram post on May 31, the young actress also showed glimpses of their virtual graduation rite where she received “Character Award: Generosity” and the “Academic Award: Philippine Politics and Governance.”
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She then wrote in the caption some challenges she went through to juggle between her schooling and her acting career.
Vivoree also expressed gratitude to the people who helped her with these achievements.
“This journey and I had a love-hate relationship; it was never easy. With all the other things I did for my career habang hinahabol ‘yung deadline sa homework, natutulala na lang ako minsan sa kakaisip kung ano ba ang uunahin ko. “
“Napa ‘ayoko na’ at ‘bahala na’ na lang ako. Hindi ko naman akalaing malalagpasan ko rin pala ‘to. Pero honestly, I would NEVER have made it if it weren’t for the people who helped me throughout the school years.”
“Napaka understanding and considerate ng mga teachers ko sa CFA, ang pamilya ko— na malaking motivation ko—at barkada ko na tanggap pa rin ako maka graduate man o hindi, si Ma’am @shengderellaaa at ate Sab na pinupuntahan ako to wake me back to my senses kapag nawawalan na ako ng ganang ipagpatuloy ‘yung studies ko, OFC ko na pinapadalhan ako ng comfort food kapag alam nilang kelangang kelangan ko ng comfort, ang mga nag-volunteer (ate April, tita Marlyn, ate Sab, ate Sheng, ate Chai, at ate Wilms lol special mention kayo ah).”
“When I need more people in my videos, sa supervisors ko (Ma’am Geng, Ma’am Tere, at Ma’am Boi) sa Civil Service Commission na napaka approachable at saya katrabaho kahit saglit lang, at pati na rin syempre ‘yung mga taga suporta ko na isa sa mga naging motivation ko. Kung ‘di po talaga dahil sa mga taong ‘to, balikbayan ako HEHE.”
“Alam n’yo, gabi-gabi ko sinabi kay Lord na nahirapan na ako tas may sabay pang iyak ‘yun haha tas sabi ko sa Kanya, ‘Lord, Kayo na po bahala’ tapos ayun nga. Nairaos din ang 2 years of uncertainty ko. Naiyak ako nung tinawag pangalan ko kasi ang hirap para sa’kin emotionally at mentally ‘yung napagdaanan ko, hindi kahanga-hanga ‘yung pagiging unmotivated ko minsan, at pakiramdam ko, ‘ hindi ko naman siguro deserve ‘to’.”
“Naisip ko na lang na para sa mga taong tumulong sakin ang success na ‘to. Tsaka syempre kasabay na dun ‘yung laking pasasalamat ko kay Lord kasi hindi Nya talaga ako pinabayaan. Alam ko namang hindi pa dito nagtatapos ang kalbaryo kasi may college life pa pero gusto ko lang ibahagi sa inyo ‘to para malaman ninyo na hindi kayo nag-iisa.”
“Basta Lord, sisipagan ko na po talaga sa susunod na kabanata hehe ALL GLORY IS YOURS!”
In a previous report by KAMI, Vivoree Esclito's stylist Van Mercado unfolded the real story behind her unfinished gown at ABS-CBN Ball 2019.
Vivoree Esclito, born on August 3, 2000, was a teen housemate in "Pinoy Big Brother 7". Before joining PBB Season 7, Vivoree, is a regular Grade 10 student in Bohol. Her mother is a public elementary school teacher while her father is a seaman.
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