Coworkers have fixed windows in the appointment book to hold each other

Coworkers have fixed windows in the appointment book to hold each other

Gilberto Du Vigor can currently be seen as a minor on the Globo network. However, the economist has promised himself that he will pursue a PhD in economics in the United States. Ever since he left the safest home in Brazil, the Pernambuco native said he was looking forward to completing another phase of his commercialization.

With the trip scheduled for California, Gil do Vigor and his fellow feedlot in Big Brother Brasil, Sarah Andrade, managed to reunite before the global departure. The meeting took place this Saturday (28), and was registered on the social network by two friends.

When I was traveling, he was traveling. The business was tough, but it worked. We get to meet each other a little bit before he leaves,” Sara said. Due to the scheduled appointment, both were not able to meet each other.

Gil met Sarah before traveling to the United States (Credits: Reproduction/Instagram)

“What a crazy feeling my people! Looks like I’m on the wall”, joked Julieter’s friend. Gill also took the opportunity to talk about the journey.

'I feel like I'm over the wall', says former BBB about PhD in economics in the United States (Credits: Reproduction/Instagram)

“I feel like I’m on the wall,” said BBB, a former PhD in economics in the United States (Credits: Reproduction/Instagram)

“My heart doesn’t stop beating as fast as a wall. Then one hour makes you want to cry, another wants to smile, another wants to cry, another wants to smile… That’s the spirit of the wall, my God in heaven. I thought I would never feel it again”, he said.



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About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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